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Coudln fc Lnpham, Editors and Publishers. MICHIGAN. r-g DELDINQ, The Alaskan boundary question may be settled Skyway. For disobedience the small boy fre quently takes the palm. The automobile never gets Its tall over the reins In fly time. A Whole Regiment of News Items From Michigan Towns CAPTURED FOR BRIEF READING. Th lly City Manufacturer . " Sugar Will I)oubtle Apply to the Courts to Obtain Ilounty A Io.t Watch Stolen by a Hurelar. The man who goes through life alone generally has poor company. Many a man who seems dead to the world is only burled in thought. You can't always tell the amount of gas the poet consumes by his meter. The luck of the fool is proverbial, but you never hear a lucky man speak of it. Life is a peculiar thing. Three miarters of it is a "lie" and half of it is an "If." The proudest moment in the average man's life is when he is telling how it happened afterward. Flies seem to know that a red-nosea man is liable to make something with sugar in it at any moment. When a bachelor declares that he is verified to his profession the right woman can make him commit bigamy Miss S. 1j. Kendall has set about to evangelize the New York police force When converted, the force should start in on the town. 'IS 1 Mil GAB Will Have to be Settled In the CourU. The Michigan Sugar Co., of Day City, maintains that the bounty law 01 ioj is constitutional, but Atty.-t.en. Oren says It is not. Two weeks ago, Land Commissioner French Issuea a ceruu cate sho.ving that S24.OO0 was due for sugar manufactured in January and February of this year, Uix reierreu the matter to the attorney-generai ior an opinion as to his right to draw a warrant forthe payment ol tne amount from the general fund. The attorney treneral has concluded that me cx- . .in.. w.nnC te f o rrorwriii expense 01 mo state rovernment on which the lcgisla lure can predicate a tax under section 1, article 14, of the constitution, wmcn MVS that "The leirislature shall pro vide for an annual tax, sufficient with other resources, to nay the estimated expenses of the state government, the interest of the state debt, and such de ficiency as mav occur in the resources This squarely raises the question as to the constitutionality of the law. Little surprise was expressed at wording in English, Instead of French, of the invitations issued by the Brit ish ambassador at Paris to his ban quet in commemoration of the queen's eightieth birthday anniversary. Yet there was a time when such a pro ceeding would have be?n tantamount to a rupture of diplomatic relations. In these days there is no longer any one court or diplomatic language, while the English language is stead ily and swiftly moving forward toward universal usage. Ilurclar Uncovered an Old Crime. During the last presidential cam- baiom Mrs. R. A. Mylcr, of Duehanan, attended a political meeting in the onera house, and on leaving the build ing left her purse containing a gold 9i hill on the chair she occupied. No clue to the under was discovered until a few days ago, and then it came about in a peculiar man ner. On July 4, while the family was away from home, the house of a farmer residing southwest of Buchanan, was burglarized and among the booty se cured were two gold watches. The burglar was captured and the goods recovered. Among them was lounu the watch of Mrs. Myler. It now comes out that the farmer picked up the purse and kept it, an 1 he was nr rested and will doubtless suffer for his crime. A Had Caie or llydropiila Mrs. John Edgett, living three miles east of Laueviue, uegan to ueveiop symptoms of hydrophobia on the 12th and the following morning sue was raging mad. Mrs. Edgett is but 10 years old and has been married less than a year. home time alter ner marriage she was bitten by a little "whiffet" dog, but experienced no pain or evil effects from the bite. The first noticed of this terrible malady was the queer action of Mrs. Edgett on the above date. She had harnessed herself to a rig, taken the bits in her mouth and had drawn the buggy about a quarter of a mile. Several neighbors took her home and locketl her in the barn, where she began to eat hay in a ravenous manner. Doctors pronounce it a clear case of hydrophobia. The patient barks, spits and foams at the mouth, and her sulrering Is terrible to witness. The physicians have strapped her on a bed, in which position she will probably remain until death comes to relieve her of her terrible agony. SIOO.000,000 Worth of Untaxed Property One of the duties of the state tax commission is to reach the vast amount of personal property which now es capes taxation. In order to do this cx perts must be employed. The coin mission predicts that with an expen diture of from $25,000 to 830,000, in eluding the salaries of the coinmis doners, not less than S100.000.000 of property will be added to the assess ment rolls of the state for the year lono. If this shall be the result, and the average rate of taxation paid by the other property of the state is col lected thereon, the returns for the ex penditure noted will be Dot less than 2,000,000, and the other property now hein assessed therefor will be re lieved to a like extent. Of the expected influx of American capital into Japan when the new treaty goes into effect this month, a native Japanese paper says: "Japan may be overreaching herself in inviting Amer ican capital to invest in our fair coun try. The financiers in the United States are far too clever for the Japanese with his slack business methods and scanty experience. Then the Ameri can moneyed men are consolidating their -various Interests luu ti usts." After commenting, on Uie evils of trusts, the editorial says: "Japan can not be too careful about keeping out foreign capital that places her thor oughly under control." ; 1 "The Chicago Evening Post prints, as a humorous paragraph, the following: ."Progress In Indiana. From Jay County (Ind.) Republican: George Smith's house, in West Arch street, is moving along nicely." The Post should rather "point with pride" to the item, for it Indicates one of the many advan tages that an Indiana town has over Chicago. How many people there are in Chicago who would like to see their houses "moving along nicely," away from the effluvium of the river; away from some of the grotesque statues which In Chicago pass for works of -rt, and away from many of the Ills, and immovable, they have to endure as best thev may. The Post evidently does not understand that Mr. George Smith has found West Arch street un comfortable or not to his liking, and so is moving along to a more congenial neighborhood. A Destructive Smudge. Richard Foote, a farmer near Stand ish, started a fire to keep away mos quitoes, and the blaze spread to his barn, which was totally destroyed, to gether with the horses inside it. An other occurrence of a similar nature Inst week was at Mason, where a man started a smudge in his chicken house to drive out the chicken lice. The barn r'" fire, and while the man was vlJfr"nd to put out the fire he fell'0 llivtfa 02jtatrstind broke his wVist. The' fire department put out the fire before the barn was burned, but they also put out the smudge, so that the chicken lice are still doing business at the old stand. A Ills Iron Ore lied Found. The largest iron ore find reported this year has been made by Pickamis, Mather & Co., the Cleveland, O., iron ore men, upon the land of John Grin- ninf?er in Stambaugh township, in Iron countv. The property is located about two miles south of the village of KfnmViniitrh nrwl adioins the Dober mine and Oliver mining property on the south. The discovery was made with a diamond drill, a hole having penetrated over 200 feet of the forma tlon; 00 feet of clean ore was found that rives 00 per cent in metallic iron, and an average of the whole length of the hole gives nearly 50 per cent iron. For a National Filter. The fact that in the near future a filtering plant to cost $30,000 will be a j necessity at Lake (Joguac, the source of Rattle Creek's water supply, has caused a novel suggestion. In the lake, near pumping station, is Ward's sland, composed of sand and gravel. The suggested experiment is that a reservoir be dug in the center of this island, and the water be allowed to filter naturally through the sand from the lake, which process, it is claimed, would purify it, and save the expense of the proposed plant. CaM County' Sea Serpent. The Indian lake sea serpent has been . iL!. T seen several times mis sumiuvi. appears to be about 12 feet long and can propel itself through the water like an arrow. Thus far very few have been able to get a close view of it, owing to its shyness. The only danger to be felt is that it might sud denly rise some time under a boat, capsize the occupants and possibly kill some of them with its tail in its effort to get away. . t - -4 , N S10Q.000 Libel Suit. The limit of endurance was reached when the Detroit Evening News pub lished an article alluding- that it was Gov. II. S. Pingree's intention to fasten a 48-year street railway franchise on the city of Detroit, get a million dol lars for it, and then retire from poli tics. Accordingly the governor has commenced a libel suit against that paper for 100,000. STATE GOSSIP. Professor Worcester, one of our commissioners to the Philippines, con vincingly disposes of the stories re flecting upon the humanity of our sol diers. Women and children were not ruthlessly slaughtered at Malabon aft r Its bombardment because there was no bombardment. The town was abandoned before our approach, and "there were no women and children there to be killed." Furthermore, Pro fessor Worcester has personally exam ined every battlefield from Caloocan to Malolos once before the wounded were removed, and often before the inad u-prp buried and women or children, whether wounded, dead or living, he never discovered. No pris oners were ever killed, whether by or ders of officers or otherwise; wounded Insurgents have been tenderly cared for and removed to our hospitals. In short, the American soldier has shown humanity, discretion and self-control, as hi3 friends at home would have ex pected. It seems to u.s that "a serious responsibility rests upon the persons and papers that have been so prompt to picture him as delighting in meth ods of warfare which only ravages pur sue. It Is not paradoxical, as It might seem, to call the ending of the college or Fchool course commencement. Every ending is also a beginning. Theory ends, practice begins. War ends, peace begin3. Life in one form end.-, life in another form begins. Night ends, day begins. So study of books ends, and the application of that study to the wider study of the world and to the task of Ufa begins. The schoolboy ends, the scholarly man be gins. That Is the purport of com mencement, and for It no fitter name could be devised. A Very Clever Game. Here is the very latest game gotten up by promissovy note swindlers ana worked in southwestern Michigan, a well dressed man of clerical appear ance drives up to a farmhouse and asks permission to stay for the night, lie fore the family and their guest retire for the night a man and woman stop at the house and inquire the way to the nearest minister, saying they wish to get married. The guest says he is a clergyman and offers his services. A "marriage certificate" is filled out after the eeremonv has been gone through with, and the farmer and his wife are asked to sign it as witnesses. They do so, and a few weeks after !ward the certificate turns up as a promissory note for several hundred dollars which has been sold to some bank which proceeds to collect. Indians Looking After Their Cah. A band of 20 Pottawatomie Indians went to Kalamazoo recently from southwestern Michigan to make affida vits to establish claims for money j which had once been granted them by J the courts but was either mislaid or misappropriated. The lands lor wnicii ;they were to receive pay were 4'J sec tions near Niles, 10 near Mcndon and ;91 around Schoolcraft. I no monej, ;S1C0,000, it is claimed was paid accord ing to an old census roll, consequently !3G2 members of the tribe received no !pay and 272 received the money. It is so dry in Cass county farmers ;have been obliged to stop cultivating !corn. I The overflowing of the Muskegon irivcr has caused great damage to eel cry beds. One man estimates his loss : at S3, ooo. i Farmers in the vicinity of Three I Oaks say that few of their wheat fields I will ny for harvesting. Other crops are all right. The city fathers at Albion believe in good roads, and have purchase.! a !rrraTPl nit in mnnlv the material for .PI- -" I -- ""II -J 1 improving the streets. Sanilac county a poor house shelters 20 inmates. A new electric line from Adrian to Toledo is practically assured. Waldron, in Hillsdale county, is go ing to have a new hotel this season. Grand Ilapids now has a population of 100.000 according to the new city directory. The celery crop around Kalamazoo this year promises to exceed any of previous years. An empty mail bag which had been cut open was found near Niles on the 15th. No clue. A fine gypsum mine is said to have been struck by Joe Clotckey one mile east of Turner. It cost Jackson county $770.90 for the ctre of its indigent insane at Kala mazoo during the last three months. The inmates of Oakland county's poor house averaged 48 during the past year. The county's poor people cost SI 5,1 S3. 70. The annual reunion of the soldiers and sailors of Allegan county will be held at Otsego, Aug. 8-10. Hon. Wash ington Gardner will be the orator. While the wheat crop now being harvested In Hillsdale county is the lightest in years, the yield of oats will be enormous, with corn a close second. Twice every six months burglars visit P.riirhton. This time M. Kyan's ireneral store was raided and a large 1 111. Ill II t. of merchandise taken. No clue. The McVoy Mining Co. has been or- r-anized at Carney with a capital stock n( sin on,). The company will conduct explorations for cooper near that vil lace. A cat at Otsego recently gave birth to two kittens that have six legs each. In walking they do not use their extra legs, although they are as long as the others. The owner of the big peach orchard on the island in Coldwater lake will reap no harvest this year, as 350 trees have been killed and the rest will not bear fruit. The demand for iron ore is very heavy and during the past 00 days, 32 idle mines have been started up near Ishpeming, giving employment to 2,000 men. The firm of Clayton fc Inmbert, of Ypsilantl, manufacturers of plumbers' supplies, an moving their plant to De troit. Withilu-m eljjht families and 20 men will g. Gladstone county Is having a boom n farniiDir lands. One man sold 000 acres recently to prospective settlers from Detroit and Three Klvers. The street car fight at Kalamazoo Is ended, the company navmg accepieu the city's terms relative to the laying of grooved rails and paying its share of the paving tax. The big marsh just north of Chesan rr will be drained and reclaimed. Promoters of the scheme expect to get fancy prices for the land when it is placed on the market. From his strawberry patch of one- quarter of an acre, a Paw l'aw man this season cleared 574 over ami aoove all expenses connected with the raising and marketing ol the crop. The wheat harvest in Van Uuren county is completed. The oldest set tlers say that it is the poorest crop ever irrown there. The average yield is from 2 to 5 bushels per acre. One day recently 20 children from the state public schools at Coldwater were sent to homes in different parts of th state. This number exceeded that of any day in the history of the school. Cass county isn't a very populous county, having only 21,000 people in its borders, but prosperity appears to reign there. The four banks in the county hold over 5780,000 in savings deposits. The special election to bond the vil lage of Northville for 527,500 for the purpose of a municipal electric light ing plant resulted In favor of the plan, of the 344 votes cast, but 12 were against it. The grand jury examined 31 wit nesses in the Cross lloads Weekly case of Metamora and concluded its labors on the 15th, returning a bill of indict ment, which will not be made known at present. The first spike of the new Detroit & Toledo Shore Line electric railway was iri.7,n lv President llasucu near Toledo on the morning of the 17th. The road will be rapidly pushed to completion. Another batch of Chicago lovers were made one at St. Joseph on the IGth, when 15 couples were married. This swells the list to 270 participants from Chicago, all of whom were joined together this season. The steel range swindlers who have worked nearly every part of the state are now doing Eaton county, nnd de spite the fact that the game has been shown up by the papers for the past year or more, are finding lots of victims. State Treasurer Steel has been ad vised that eight peddlers have been ar rested in Clinton county for failure to take out peddlers' licenses. The ques tion of the constitutionality of the present peddlers' license law, which has long been a mooted one, will now be settled. J Three children In a copper country family were lying in one bed during a I recent thunderstorm when a bolt of r . . . . . . lightning came Into the room uy way of the chimney, struck one of the little ones on the breast and killed her in stantly. Neither of the other two was ihjurcd in the least. Horace A. Wilkerson, a wealthy mill owner, a 33d degree Mason, a member of the Oddfellows for 25 years and a prominent resident of Dundee, commit ted suicide on the 14th by shooting himself in the head. Temporary insan ity was the cause of his act. This is the time of the year when farmers are putting in 19 hours of hard work a day because they are unable to get sufiicient farm help to secure their crops, while the corner loafer is still holding down a dry goods box and la menting over the hard times that make it impossible for the laboring man to find employment. A young fellow in the Eaton county jail, liked prison life so well that he wanted more of it, and to insure get tin.' it without delay he stole a watch chain from a fellow prisoner while still in jail and was promptly arrested when his terra was out and sent up for another two months. Tim mnntrir around Vernon and Shiawassee county in general, is nav inn- one of the wettest harvests known for many years past. Hundreds of acres of hay, wheat and barley arc be- inf daraaired by the continued wet V 1 i weather. The farmers are unaoie vu crw.,, tlwir prons on account ol the daily showers of rain. Plain well expects a boom in the near future. The damming at the Kal amazoo river at that place is said to be nssured and 2.200 hor.,e power will be developed. A large paper mill will be built, it is said, and other factories are tn fnllow. Electricity wil IAJIVV.IV" - " i. t,,nliod to neighboring towns Eastern capitalists are interested A reception was given at the llaptist ehnreh in Plainwcll on the evening o the 10th, in honor of the pastor, Ucv, Fletcher, who the day celebrated his C7th birthday. This is his 31th year of continuous service, lie began preaching in a small pcIiooI hou .e 31 year3 ago where he stayed ti, nmu-nt lSantist church was UUIII Hly t - ... built. H's congregation presented him with a purse containing a dollar for every vcar of his age and the G. A. It. gave him $20. There were 392 births in Isabella county in 189, of which 207 were boys and 185 were girls. IIBOHtiUHl News of the Day as Told Over the Slender Wires. DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN NEWS A Texan Town the Scene of One of the Wont Street Hattle Ever WltneMed There The Samoan CommlMlon It ion a Proclamation. Sarooan Illeli CommlMlon' Proclamation. The high commission at Samoa has issued the following proclamation: "The high commission appointed by the three great powers to talk over the government of the Samoan islands, having, by virtue of the supreme pow ers in them invested, and in order to maintain peace and to establish a firm and staple government, required na tive Samoans to surrender their arms and ammunition, and such require ments having been in part complied with, notices is hereby given that all arms and ammunition still remaining in the hands of the native Samoans must be delivered to the commission ers at their rooms in the international hotel, in Apia before June 20, 1899. That receipts will be given for all arras and ammunition so received and the Minn will me returned to the owners after the restoration of peace, or full compensation made therefor, but all arms and ammunition remaining in the possession of native Samoans after June 20, 1899, will be confiscated and persons in whosa possessions they may be found will be puulshed by a fine not exceeding S100, or by imprisonment not exceeding 30 days, or by such fine and imprisonmen. (Signed.) "IlAKTI.KTT TlUl'l", "II. STKUMIKKC, "C. N. Eliot."' 44 d Lies if-e Ke.ad That Wears a Crown." Bui such are not the ctJy vnetsy hexds. Overworked, himssed. Anxious people of lU Ages And both sexes Are uneAsy tvith Aches, pAtns, impure blood, disordered stomAchs, derAnged kidneys And liver. For aU such. Hood's SArsApArilU is the effective And fAultless cure. It infuses fresh life through purified blood Moiler Manna. In Arabia, tays a writer in La Nature, the Arabs sometimes find In the sandy deserts a kind of fungus which apparently resembles the man na of the Bible, and which serves su food for both men and camels when no better Is to be had. It appears upon the sand after very rain, sometimes in little heap3. It is cf a grayish color and the separate masses are about as big as peas. It has a sweetish taste, and i3 nutritious. The Pope Approves Iecltloni of IlUhop. The pope is reported as much pleased at the success of the council of the bishops of the Latin-American church, which has just concluded its delibera tions at Home. Subjects which were expected to show differences of opin ion almost impossible to reconcile were disposed of with a minimum of friction. Perhaps the most important was the scheme for serving the Latin-American episcopate from the jurisdiction and control of the Spanish primate. This was finally imposed, despite ve hement protests from the Spanish church. Henceforth the church of South America will have an American born primate chosen by the pope him self. In the future, also, there will be an identical liturgy, ecclesiastical code, etc.. for the South American churches, irrespective of the states wherein they are located. The council's report was submitted to the pope and was form ally approved. The new primate will be nominated at the next consistory. nd will be immediately raised to the dignity of cardinal. Three Killed and Several Wounded. At New Boston, Tex., on the 14th there occurred one of the wildest and most desperate street battles that has yet been recorded in the fighting his tory of that town, lhe trouble eman ated from a fuss over a barbed wire fence which separated the farms of Ira Smith and W. I). Hays. The dimculty was brought before the peace officers and the men were arrested. At their trial while a recess was on, the difli- culty was reopened. Smith went into a saloon. W. D. Hays and his broth ers, Hall and S. J. Hays followed him. Shooting began at once, bmith, who is said to have been unarmed, was killed outright. His friends came upon the scene and took part in the conflict. They were Jack, John and Hill Fricks. A general battle then en sued When their revolvers were emp tied, the participants used the butt ends of their weapons with deadly ef fect. The two Mr. Hays were killed and several bystanders, not partici pants, were wounded. Through Colorado. The Denver & Uio Grande Railroad, with its numerous branches penetrat ing the Rockies, has two distinct and separate llne3 across the mountains. Tickets reading via the "Scenic Line" (between Denvei and Grand junction, n rnnneMlorf with the Uio Granae Western Ry. between Grand Junction and Ogden, are available over tno Denver & Rio Grande cither via it3 main line through Leadvllle and Glen- wood Sm-ings or via the line over Marshall Pass and through the Black Canon. Tourists to and from Salt Lake City, Ogden or San Francisco will find i: to their advantage to nave men tickets read in both direction via "The Scenic Line of the World:' thus being able to use one of the above routes go ing and the other returning. Vvrite b. K. Hooper. G. I. & I. A., uenvei. Colo., for illustrated pampniets. The man who tries to deceive others is himself deceived by the devil. A lie feels easy only when it forgets. that it has a truth on its track Are You I'nlnR Allen Toot-Ine? It is the only cure for Swollen, Smarting. Burning, Sweating leet, Corns and Bunions. Ask for Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder to be shaken into the shoes. At all Druggists and Shoo Stores. 2."e. Sample sent FREE. Ad dress, Allen S. Olmsted, Lelloy, N. Y. A drop of dew tries us hard to do God's will as a thunderstorm. Most people believe in the total de pravity of somebody else. God's peace is only for those who do not fear the devil's war. To the Itcckle and Ilcyond! Hours are saved when you take the Missouri Pacific-Rock Island through sleeping car leaving St. Louis 9 a, ra., arriving Denver 11 o'clock next morn ing. ' . The day that does not begin with prayer does not begin right. There is nothing the devil is so much afraid of as the truth. Unrepented sin is a promissory note to the devil. wkSmmi ft Mrs. Lester Lyke, of Northville, was knocked down by a tramp on the IGth because she refused the fellow admit tance to her house while she went to ff..t him something to eat. Mrs. Lyke wns felled to the floor from the effects f tfio blow, but her little daughter cams to her rescue with a revolver, which the mother used and was sue rsfnl in frightening the tramp away. Mr Lvke thinks the bullets must hninken some effect as the tramp fell at each shot, but he finally sue ceeded in reaching ti c woods and dis appeared from view. Statement of Kiporti. The monthly statement of the ex ports for June', 1899, of domestic bread stuffs, provisions, cotton and mineral oiis, issued by the bureau of statistics, shows as follows: Breadstuffs, $91,731, 057, decrease as compared with June, 189S, about $9,321,000; cotton, 9,073, 70G, increase S."47,000; cattle and hogs, S2.C)H,41G, decrease.$K.).:00; provisions, 1.05G,02S, increase $2.2(:.,000; mineral oils, S'),4S1,991, increase $.V)9,000; total, $51,037,74$, net decrease, $0,215,000. For the last month the statement is as follows: Breadstuff, $203,055,103, against $321,700,000 last year; tattle and hogs, $23,005,079, last year $30, 910,432; provisions, $1(?.G18,773, last year $ 158.090. 5)1; cotton, $208,743.9i9, last year 229,9 10,477; mineral oils, $55,317,209, last year $55,171,000. Total, before j $718,910,201, last year jmm.!ms,o3i. A Klch Cold Find. News of the discovery of rich beach .li;., nt Wreck bav. hve miles from - . . , , Ucluclct on the west coasi ox an nnlirnf 1 vlnn.l has been received. With the crudest appliance $9 a day is be in washed out. One prospector took n nan to the beach and washed out $2.50, Great excitement prevails and farmers nre abandoning their farms to en gage in gold washing. Fatal Family Kow. Following a family quarrel on the urn. m- Ccnrfrp Treider shot and killed her mother, wounded her hus 1.0...1 o,t UIIp.I herself. The shoot ing occurred at the home of the Trcid n ,ti nn.l n half northwest o I.on Grove, a village near Liberty -in,, in Trader was shot three time's, but it is thought will recover. An Excellent Combination. The pleasant method and beneficial effects of the well known remedy, Syrup of Fios, manufactured by the California Fia svr.ur co., musiraw the value of obtaining the nquiu laxa tive principles of plants known to be medicinally laxative mm "i them in tho form most refreshing to the taste and acceptable to the system. a is the one perfect strengthening laxa tive, cleansing tho system effectuall, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers gently yet prompwy u vimu to overcome habitual constipation per manently. Its perfect freedom from every objecuonauio qumuy uu stance, and its r.ctinr cn the kidneys, liver and bowels, wiuwui wcau uu or irritating them, make it tho ideal laxative. . . , . In the process of munuiaciuring uk are used, as xney mu i'iv-v" :r taste, but the-medicinal qualities of the remedy are obtained from senna and other aromatic piui:i, j "y": known to the California Ho Rtr Co. only. In order to get us uene iuu; effects and to avoid imitations, pleaso remember the full name oi incwmmaujr printed on the front of every package. CALIFORNIA. FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FHANCIE-O. CAI T.OUI3V1LT.E. KY. PEW YORK. N. T. For sale by all DnipRi-.tn.-1-rioe sue. per"' Fverv newspaper in the country U1 l,n (f'.rcn an opportunity to partic u's reception to Ad 111 Alt" - " miral Dewey. DYED ml A Uatisvr l Cacr by e 3 ingHam s Dye. rrlco 50 Cnt o( rU "f K- V. HaII A Cj KILL THEM ti Those peace (Vcfroyers, the peace destroyers. household rues. vX uuicnsrs My iiiiisr rl'T t 'l only th p.uent fly. r t'S'A prrvrnH P'roductiou. A hhi fatf Vh Will kill aiu:;rt. , f V AU vour lru'f 1st or Grocer but Lett jjlJcst ti.U I. fciTCSEa HZi CO. .S:. l.U-.t. Tt LUKLS :h.ti(t All tilt lXv. j Unuli Kynip. Tatei Uk1. Cael'i In time. Snl1 hf rtrnptfUf. T