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T'f Times, FRIDAY, FEBKUARY 26, 1897. There Is Nothing So Good. There U nothing just a good as Dr. King'a New Discovery for consumption, coughs and colds, so demand it and do not permit the dealer t Hell you some sub stitute. He will not claim there Is any thin? belter, but in order to muku more profit he may claim suuiethlnur else tn be just as good. You wiuit Dr. King's New Discovery bcaue you know It to be wife and reliable, ahd guaiauteed to do good or money refunrid. For roughs, colds, eon sumption and for all tuYctioii of throat, chest "nd lungs, then Im nothing ho good f Is Dr. King's New Discovery. Trial hot tles free at Will Coiiun Sc (Vs drug store. Regular sizes 50c cent it.ti $1 00 Probate Court. Last wills and testament of Calvin M. Craig and Elizabeth IJurdett deceased, admitted to probate. Order made assigning residue of estate in the matter of estate of Leonard F. Kingsley, deceased. Henry Dowding having resigned as guardian of Leroy Walter, a minor, said minor nominated Edward Leland as his guardian. Appointment made. Estate of Joseph E Olrich, deceased E. F. Joslyn and L. C. Kanouso appoint ed commissioners to eet off dower interest of widow in the real estate of deceased. On Monday, March 15th, final accounts to be heard in the matter of the estates of Wm. Merridth and John T. Cooper deceased. Petitions for probate of will, and for license to tell real estate to be Ikcard in the ma'ter of the estates of Martin Welch deceased, and of Leroy Walter, a minor, resp.ctively. An account to be rendered by Andrew J. VauWormer, guardian of Frances. E. VanWormer, a mentally incompetent person, on Tuesday, March 16th. Katuerine E. Kelsev, Probate Register. $ioo Reward, $106. The reader of this paper will be pleased to learn that there, is at lea-it odo dreaded dis ease that science has been able to cure in all its stages, and that is catarrh. 11 all's Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cure known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional di ease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally, actiDg directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the sys tem, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assist ing nature in doing its work. The pro prietors have so much faith in its curative powers, that they oiler One Hundred Dol lars for any case that it falls to cure. Send tor list of testimonials Address, F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. t3TaoId by druggists, 75c. , Terrible Uxploa! on of Gasollno. Cleveland, Feb. 20. Jacob Sterzellac arose at & a. m. yesterday to light a fire and mistook a gasoline lamp for one of kerosene. An explosion occurred, setting the house on fire and before the family could get out of bed all were terribly burned, together with Albert Jemo and Joseph Jerga, two boarders. In all eight were burned and of the eight Agnes Sterzellac, aged 2; John Sterzellac, and Victoria Sterzellac, the latter aged 3, have since died. Two ethers may die. ' Bope Walker lllondln Dead. 7.bndon, Feb.. 23. Blondln, the rope walker, is dead. CARTERS ITIITTLE SVER PILLS SICK &1H0M1 Positively cured by theso Utile rills. They also relieve Distress from Dyspepsia, Indigestion and Too Hearty Eating. A per fect rcmctly lor Dizziness, Nausea, Drowsl ncss, Cad Tatein the Mouth, Coated Tonjuc Tain In the Side, TORHD LIVER. They Regulate the 13owc!s. Purely Vegetable. Cmal! Pin, Cm all Dcso. Cmrji! Prlco. l A Real Estate Transfers. Corunna Tod Kineaid to Minnie Young lot 3 hlk 51, Mo Vrthure'add 8 0 Caledonia J. 11. Wheeler to Tod Kin eaid, pt ej c 22, $175. New Haven J. A. and L. A. Ritjiard- eon to it. II. Richardson, pf sejsec 4, f30 Owosso City D. G. Newsom to E i Robinson, I t on sec 18, f "00. Owosso L. L. & F. Co. to W. II. Devoe, lot 33 Oak Grove, $100 E. Geeck to B. (J. Miller, e lot 2, b!k 11, J. 11. Kelly's add, 10d.20. Rush J. H. Robson by exr. to E. J. Durtum, gel .of nwj- sec 17, $300. Venice R. N. Hanna to C. S. liingham 80a on ec 18, 300. , C. S. liingham to Wm. A. Derham, same, ?22()0. Vernon E, Barnes to P. Schad, pt se see 33, $1000. Rheumatism Cured in a Day. "MjbMc Cure" for rheumatlmii and neu- nlgia radically cures in 1 to 3 days. It action upon the hyutem is remarkable and mBterious. It removes at once the caune, "d the distM-e, immediately dlnappears. Ihe fiit d-is greatly tetie(itti; 75 cents. T F Anthony, ex Postmaster of Promise City, Iowa, s ijn: ' 1 bought one bottle of 'Mystic ('uie' lor rheiimaiiiu and two doses or it old trie more good than any medicine 1 ever took." ' Sold by Johnson & Henderson, druiac'ibtn, UwoshO. 6, 19. '97. Fir IVip.-a nf n Clnt'.tnir Store. Iron River, Mich., Feb. 23. J. W. Stein & Sons' dry goods and clothing Btore was almost entirely consumed by fire Sunday evening. The loss is $15,000, partly covered by insurance. The fire caught from a defective stovepipe. At one time it looked as though the entire block would ba consumed, but fortunate. ly the wind was not blowing and the extra exertion of the Are company and citizens prevented a serious conflagra tion. English Spavin Liniment removes all Hard, Soft or Calloused Lumps and lilem- lshes from horses. Blood Spavins, Curbs, Spltnt8,Sweeney, King bone.SUfles, Sprains ait Swollen l tiroats, Coughs, etc. Save $50 by use of one bottle. Warranted tlx n. t' wonderful Blemish Cure ever knowc, c "cv by Johnson & Henderson, druggists. 0:'.'. . so, Mich. !'( MlltTJ MJt;V4. A. D. Aclrles of Parma, Mich., com mitted f.uiciile by hanging, because he failed to recure an Increase of pension. The r.tock of manufactured goods be longing to the Wilt & Uirnes Furniture company of Stun;1.', Mich., amounting to about 5S.0OO, v.aa sold at chattel mortarye rale and bIJ in by the National bank of Sturgls. Nehr & Hughes, boot and shoe deal ers at liig Uapida, Mich., have given a trust mortirapro to secure creditors. The firm is tha largest creditor of the broken Mecosta County Savings bank. The M. G. Peters Salt and Lumber company, and R. O. Peters, of Manistee, which failed six years ago, have paid all their Cebts and the receiver has been discharged. Rupert Jones, William Larklna and Edward Lyons of Plymouth. Mich., were held without bail, accused of the murder of Hermit James iucharda. the Washtenaw county miser. , Bucklen's Arnica Salye. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sore's, ulcers, salt rheum, feves eores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions and positively cures piles, or no pay-required. It Is guar anteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents. WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY. nil Memory Honored In Fitting Manner at Chicago. Chicago, Feb. 23. The annual cele bration of the anniversary of the birth of Washington under the auspices of the Union League club was held In the Au ditorium yesterday afternoon. The great hall was filled to Its utmost capacity. the stage being occupied by a large chorus of children from the high schools of the city, which, In company with the great organ In the hall, fur nished music for the occasion. The ora tion of the day was delivered by Hon. Frederic R. Coudert, of New York, who epoke on "War and Arbitration. In the evening a banquet waa held at the home of. the Union League club, at which the ppcakers were CoucV?rt, Rev. Charles F. Jefferson, A. B. Cummins. James R. Garfield and Colonel Henry L. Turner. All the schools in the city held anni versary exercises yesterday and the na tional ensign floated everywhere. OASTOHIA. FIT5. All Fits ntoppd free by Dr-KlX r Oreat Nerv Restorer. No Fit after first (ft j r use. Marvelous euros. Treattce and IJ.GG liii I bottle fre to Fit cnios. Snnd to Dr. Kline, 193 Arch at. Philadelphia. Pa. Pioneer Meeting. The Tioneer Society met at the Baptist church, Corunna, Monday morning at 11 o'ol-ck. After elerting officers for the ensuing year and transactirg business of minor importance, the meeting adjourn ed until 2 o'cWk. The following fdTicers were fleeted: Presid nt, J. E. Sloan, Corunna; 1st riee president, J II. Howe, Owosso; 2d vice pret-i dent, A. II. Owen, Wnice, pec ret a ry, Mrs A. II Park ill, Owohkj; treas urer, Mrs II. M. Howe, Owosso. Th aftenoon fesMon opened with the sirfgiriirof "Auld ljing Syne." Minutes f morning session read." A pong was then rendered by a quartette consisting f Vlesdarafs Kell-gg and McBr'nte, and Messrs. i lutterbuck and Colby; Mrs. Jar via, organist .Mr. 'urtiss, of Oaohho, gave a reading, "To a shred of linen." Another sot g by quart tt "Give m my own natir isle ' Te president then introduced Mr. Ka nouse, of Livii gst"ti county, who gave reminefeencpH ofpioneer days connected with the same. Mr. Knnoune said he only cam to w iindiic 8 en, but gave a Bh -rt'alk which included an .exciting wolf etty. Uev. Riley C. CrHwford, of Grand Rap ids, nave a talk. He was a pioneer circuit preacher in this county. He came into thecoun'yin 18:10, settled near Bjron. His sister Adelaide was the firtt white child born in the county. He paid a tribute to the memories of Deacons Com- B'ock, Itames and Rutan, otOw- eso. Mr. Cniwford epoke of the beginnings of the village of Byron. A plat of the proposed village was made on paper, and with that representation its promoters secured cred it f r a stock of goods and estab'isned a store in the to be village. Mr. Kanouso said there was about a cart load of the stock. He went there to buy a pound of lea, couldn't get trusted, so went home and drank crust colTee. A. B Chipman asked Mr. Crawford about his soldier experience, which re vealed the fact that they were both in the loledo war, and brought out some laughable incidents of their soldier expe rience. Mr. Cliipmau spoke of early times and told of some of his experiences as justice of the pace. Jas. N. Mc Bride gavo an impromptu talk on his pioneer days iu this county; then spoke of the present troublous times, said the pre-ent generation had as hard a" problem before them as the earlier ones had. They had cleared the land, devel oped the farms, and now the question was, "What to do with them?" Advised the taking up the beet sugar industry. Mesdames Kellogg and McBride Bang "The Old Red Cradle." Mr. Young, of Owosso, said he came into this county in 1855 and came afoot; spoke of his pioneer life and drew some comparisons of past and present. Mr. Barber, president of the Livingston County Pioneer Asswiation, responded to a call for a speech. Told of pioneer frolics, husking bees, etc., and furnished a paper giving a history of. the Toledo war, which waa not really a war but a make-believe. He gave impressions that prevailed abroad as to the worthlessnesg of Michigan as an agricultural state. He eaid in the early days there were no gold bugs or silver bugs but all were neighbors. Mr. Brown said he had lived in this county sixty years; told of the efforts made in esrly days to navigate the Shia wassee river, the attempt to build aplank road from Corunna to Chesaning, gave his experience as stockholder in the D. & M. railroad. Exercises closed with the quartette singing "Going Back to Dixie" Almost every man in America has some digestive trouble. When men meet, the greeting usually Is, "Well, how are you?" That develops health talk. The man who as no bowel ot stomach trouble is almost a curlonlty. Trouble Is men take no care of themselves. They eat as though they had cupper stomachs and bowels of brass. By and by, overworked nature rebels. Then come headaches, nervousness, bad blood, liver and kidney troubles Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets furnish help for constipa tion and topid liver, sick and billons head ache, dizziness, sour stomch, loss r? appe tite, Indigestion, or dyspepsia, windy belch logs, "heartburn," pain and distress after eating, and kindred derangements of the liver, stomach and bowels. Accept no substitute. Mortice Fields. One of the most brilliant social events of the reason occurred Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock, at the homo of F. G. Mor rice, northwest of this place, when his daughter, Miss Amy, was united in mar riage to Mr. Geo. S field, a rising young lawyer of Detroit. At the appointed hour the bridal party marched into the parlors, which were decorated with cream bunting and cut flowers and smilax, to the ftrains of the wedding march, played by Miss Effie Manning, of Owosso, a cousin of the bride. Miss Morrice was accompanied by Miss Fannie Cook, of Corunna, and Mr. Field by Dr. Bentley, of Detroit The bride wore, white satin, with chiffon and pearl trimmings, and the groom the usual black. Rev. John Claflin, of Leslie, performed the marriage ceremony, after which light refreshments were served. Guests to the number of eighty were present from Bay City, Sagi naw, Owopso, Corunna and Detroit. Mr. and Mrs. Field left on the evening train for their future home on 25th ttrcet, De troit. Mrs. FieM is a graduate of Iho Corunna high school and has pi nee taught at the same place, where she was loved by all who knew her. Mr. FieM also finished the courne in the same school and after wards graduated from the U, of M. May joy attend them. EASY TO GET FAT. If Your Drink is Right. Skinny people generally are so, because of their Inability to digest the food which Is passed from the stomach Into the bowels. The bowel digestion Is weakened. Starches of the grains make fat tissue, but If the bow el digestion It weakened by coffee, tobacco, whiskey, etc. the person remains bklnny. Ltave off the weakening habits and use In place of coffee, Post urn Cereal, the health coffee. It Is made by the Postum Cereal Co., (Llm ), Battle Creek, Mich., entirely of grains, and is fattening. It looks like the finest Mocha coffee. Persons who care to lay aside their hurtful habits and eat plain well cooked food and soma fruit, and drink IVbtum Cereal Food Coffee, will feel a great improvement in a week's time. Nat ure is a poweiful builder If left free to work without drugs and poisons. It should not be forgotten that 60 per cent of the body is liquid, therefore a healthful liquid is of the greatest necessity. Wily grocers sometimes work In -cheap Imitations of Postum Cereal Coffee If the cof-tomer will stand it. For sale by Duff & Detwilor and Hall Brothers. Marriage Licenses. GeotgeU. Wright, Owosso 26 Bessie Douglas, Owosho 25 John W. Kelley, Owosso 27 Abbie E. Hamilton, Owosso 20 Chas. W. Starr, Owosso 40 Lavina Hunter, Owosso '.. 2!) John Flynn, Sciota 30 Maggie Fenigan, Woodhull 23 Jake II. Benson, Woodhull 21 Eva Crane, Fenton IS Bert Arthur Fil linger, Henderson 25 Ethel E. Caldwell, Rush 18 John Mulcahv, Hazel ton 29 Mary Hart, New Haven... 29 Joseph Riley, New Haven 30 lUinnie Liagan, ouiuvvasscu - James Ferguson, Durand 29 Anna Collins, Games 2.3 Wm. A.Turner, Perry 25 Anna L. Brendahl, Sciota 17 Robert Smith, Bancroft 22 Ida Wrigglesworth, Hazelton 19 LA GRIPPE. Some Recent Reports Concerning the Ravages of this Prevalent Disease. Dr. Uartmau is constantly receiving let ters from ail parts of the United States from people who have suffered from La grippe or are suffering from It. The Doc tor's remedy, Pe-ru na is found to be of great value in the treatmeut of this disease N. N. Coons, Monmouth, III., writes: "Last fall I was taken with la grippe and was unable to do my work. I consult ed several of our best doctors but found very little relief. I saw one of your ad vertisements and concluded to give your Pe ruana a trial. I bought two bottles and was surprised at the good it did me. I used it all and bought six more bottles and was soon able to go back to my work. 1 think your Pe ru-na is an excellent medi cine and I have recommended it to others." (ieo. W. NortLan, 2531 Nicollet Avenue Minneapolis, Minn., was also cured of la grippe with Pe-ru-na. Many cases of cures of la grippe are re corded in Dr. llart man's latest book on chronic catarrh and catarrhal diseases. The book contains 64 pages. Instructively illus trated. It will sent free for a 6hort time by The Pe-ru-ua Drug Manufacturing Com pany, Columbus, Ohio. Tarllf on Lumber, Detroit, Feb. 20. A meeting was held here Thursday of many Michigan lum bermen who have money Invested in Canadian pine and who object to letting the $2 per 1,000 tariff go through con gress aa decided upon by the house ways and means committee. A commit tee of a dozen leadln.T lumbermen was appointed to visit Washington again and endeavor to influence the house to refuse to adopt the recommendations of the ways and means committee and to enact instead the McKlnley rate of $1 per 1,000. Mennre of Retaliation. Detroit, Feb. 20. Citizens of Windsor, Ont., are agitating a movement for the enactment of a law for an export duty on natural gas as a means of retaliation against the amendment of Congressman Corliss of this city to the immigration bill, which is designed to prohibit resi dents of Canada from working on this side. An export duty would 6hut off Detroit's natural gas supply. This Is Your Opportunity. On receipt of ten cents, cash or stamps, a generous sample will be mailed of the most popular Catarrh and (lay Fever Cure (Ely's Cream Balm) sufficient to demon strate its srreat merit. Full size 50c. ELY BROTHERS. 56 Warren St, New York City. Rev. John Reld, Jr., of Great Falls, Mont, recommended Ely's Cream Balm to roe. I can emphasize his statement, "It Is a positive cure for catarrh If used as direct ed." Rev. Francis W. Toole, Pastor Cen tral Pres. Church, Helena, Mont. Freight Handlers on Strike. Ludlngton. Mich., Feb. 24. The freight handlers of the Flint and Pere Marquette dock struck Monday night for a restoratoln of their pay to 20 cents per hour. Those opposed to working longer at the old rate of 15 cents com pelled others to Join their ranks, and four steamers remained at the dock un til Tuesday morning, when a force of men brought from Saginaw by rpecial train begun the discharge of their car goes under the protection of the sheriff and a force of deputies. The strikers number about 400. ' Relief in Six Hours. Distressing Kidney and Bladder diseases relieved in six hours by -the "New Great South American Kidney Cure." This new remedy Is a great surprise on account of Its exceeding promptness In relieving pain In the bladder, kidney, back and every part of the unlnary parages In male and female. It relieves retention of water and pain In passing It almost Immediately. If you want quick relief and cure this Is your remedy. Sold by Johnson & Henderson, druggists, Owosso, Mich. , THE WEEK IN CONGRESS. Sywpsla f the rroroedlaic of tb Washington, Feb. 20. After eight hours In executive session the nena.te adjourned yesterday without a vote on the arbitration treaty, the oppopltlon lllbustering to prevent action. Sher man and Lodge pleaded with those op posed to action to tak a vote or agree to take a vote, but the minority was unyielding and forced an adjournment Teller and Daniel spoke against the treaty and Lindsay for it. Nothing else was done in the senate. In the house there vras a long debate over the general deficiency bill, during which Walker of Massachusetts de nounced the rules committee for its alleged "tryanny." The bill was not completed. Grow made a speech for the free homes bill. Nothing waa done at the night session. Washington, Feb. 22. The senate Sat urday adopted a resolution of sympathy with Greece in the present dispute In Europe over Crete. Quay tried to get up the bill for a commission to look Into labor troubles, but after a brief talk It was displaced by the Indian appro priatlon bill. This gave rise to a Ions debate In which the silver question cropped out and also the old dispute about granting money to churches for Indian education, the senate committee having added a clause to continue that practice. The bill was not acted uoon at adjournment. A bill was passed giv ing the wldpw of General Cifrr $60 a month pension. The house put in the day on the gen eral deficiency bill, striking out an item of $12,000 to pay members who had bsen "docked" for non-attendance by a rule of the Fifty-third congress. McMillan made a hot speech against the Buprema court for deciding against the income tax referring to the "thick hide" of Justice Shlras, .who changed his opinion on that case and calling the majority opinion "slush." No action on the bill. The bill for an International commission was reported favorably. Washington, Feb. 23. After Washing ton's Farewell Address bad been read In the senate by Daniel the Indian ap propriation was taken up and the clause for further help to sectarian Idian schools adoDted with a proviso that this would be the last. The president sent In two vetoes of private pension bills, and it was agreed, beginning tomorrow, to meet at 11 a. m. Tho Indian appro priation is still pending. The house passed the general defl ency bill, retaining the appropriation clency bill, retaining the appropriation propriation waa taken up and good progress made on the bill. Washington, Feb. 24. The senata made very slow progress on appropria tion bill?, -disposing of only one Item of the Indian bill, that directing the open ing cf the Uncompahgre Indian reser vation in Utah. It involved a conflict with the executive branch which has eteadily resisted opening these lands on the ground that they contained valuable mineral deposits. Vilas endeavored to have a royalty reserved to the govern ment, but was defeated in this and the clause wap agreed to after an all-day debate. During the day a resolution by Mills was adopted, asking the president for information as to the death of Dr. Ruiz at Guanabacoa, Cuba. Morrill an nounced a Cuban speech tomorrow. Washington, Feb. 24. The house sent the naval bill, the last of the appro priation bills, to the senate yesterday. For more than a hundred jears the Sha kers have been studying the remedial pro perties of plants They have made many dli-coverles, but their greatest achievement was made last year. It is a cordial that contains already digested food and Is a digester of food. It H effective in removing distress af er eating, and creates an appetlto for more food t-o that eating becm s a pleasure. Pale, thtn people become plump and healthy under its use. It arrests the wastlnir of consumption. There never has been such a step forward in the cure of indigestion as this Shaker Cordial. Your druggist will be glad to plve ynu a little bood descriptive of the product. Give the babies Laxol, which is Caster Oil made as palatable as honey. Ministers, Lawyer, Teachers and others whose occuptlon gives little exercise, (should use Carter's Little Liver Pills for torpid liver and billourness. Thnrber Bays It Is All a Lie. Washington, Feb. 24. Inquiry waa made at the White House yesterday as to the foundation for the published story which has been reported In vari ous forms within the past few days to the effect that General Lee,, consul gen eral at Havana, has resigned or intends to resign if he cannot secure certain demands he has made upon the state department, and also that he has called for an American warship to support him. In reply Thurber, secretary to the president, stated positively that there was not a scintilla of truth In the story, either as to the resignation or the call tor a war ship. For tho Michigan Farmers' Institute "Round Up" at St. Louis, Mich., March 2d to 5th. the Ann Arbor Ry. will sell ex cursion tickets fiom all Its stations to St. Louis and return at one and one-third fare for the round trip on the certificate plan. Made and Merit Maintains the confidence of the people in Hood's Sarsaparilla. I f a medicine cures you when sick; if it makes wonderful cures everywhere, then beyond all question that medicine possesses merit. That is Just the truth about nood's Sar saparilla. We know It possesses merit because it cures, not once or twice or a hundred times, but in thousands and thousands of cases. We know it cures, absolutely, permanently, when all others fail to do any good whatever. We repeat Lry Sarsaparilla Is the best-n fact tho One True Mood Turlner. WAi r:il cure nausea, Indigestion, liOOU'S PUIS biliousness. Scents. Did You Ever Try Elfctrle Blttfrs as a remedy for your trouble? If not. get a bottle now and get relief. This medicine has been found to be peculiarly adapted to the relief and cure of all female complaints, exerting a wonoerful direct Influence In giving utrengtk and tone to the organs. If you have loss of appetite, constipation, headache, fainting ppells, or are nervous, sleepless, excitable, melancholy or troubled with dtzzy t-pells. Electric Bitters is the. medicine you need. Health and strength are guaranteed by Its use. Firty cents and $1.00 at Will E. Collins Jc Co's drug store. Two Children Smothered. Iron River, Mich., Feb. 19. The resi dence of Thomas Brosnowskl, In this village, was destroyed by fire. Two chil dren were in tho house at the time ana were smothered to death. The mother went away, leaving the children locked tn the house. , To Care a Cold in One Day Take Warner's White Wine of Tar Syrup, tho best cough remedy on earth. 25 and 50 cts. All druggists. I'iftliPrmen i i Iftirr. Gladstone, Mich.. Feb. 24. A blizzard from the northeast is raging here and fears are entertained for the fisher men on the bay. Over twelve inches cf now has fallen in twenty-four houra. CASTOR f A For Infants and Children. VSfo- timila ' Isn trtry sigMtnra OX TurliiNli Troops Cut Up. Rerlin, Feb. 24. A dispatch received here from Constantlnopla says that the Turkish government has Informed tho ambassadors that two companies of Turkish trcopa were cut up by the in- eurgents at Voukolics and that only one officer and sixty men cscapc-d. Pile' lle ji Iccainff Piles! SYMPTOMS-Mmsturr . intense itching and st.ntflDK: most at night; worse by scratching, it allowed to oontime tumor form, wnicn often bleed and uU:erat, becoming verj sore. Swayne'b Ointment atop the Itching and bleeding, bealti ulceration, and in mont cuHea re moves the tumors. At dniRRlBts, or by mall, for ocents. Dr. Cwavne &son I'hiiaaeipma. Unknown DIucrjih Amotijj Cattle. Menominee, Mich., Feb. 20. President Hinds of Stanton.' Secretary Woodman of Pawpaw, State Veterinarian Grange of Lanslncr. and J. E. Barrlnger of Ar- manda. comDrlslnff the state live stock sanitary commission, are inspecting the cattle and horses at the Fine Hill Stock farm and testing them for an unknown disease among the cattle. Ann Arbor'a Junior Hop. Ann Arbor, Mich., Feb. 22. The Jun ior hop Friday night was the largest and most successful In the history of the university's social events. Two hun dred and 3eventy-flve couples attended. The grand march began at 9:30 and was led by C. E. Groesbeck, Alpha Delta Phi, of Grand Rapids, Mich., and Miss Mabel Field of Detroit. Consumption CureWarner's White Wine of Tar Syrup, tho best cough remedy on earth, cures a cold in one day if taken in time. 25 and 50 cts. All druggists. KlrctT'c IJrllvry for Ilontrliiori. Houghton, Mich., Feb. 23. A com pany Is being organized auletlv bv 1 cal capital to build a complete electric street car system for Houghton and Hancock. The lines will nrobahlv a reach the mining locations on the-high hills back of each city as well as cover ing the towns and their suburbs on the lake shore. Wanted An Idea Who mm thlfitr of some almpto thing to patent uiiuk m paten sr Protect your laa? thrTnay brln you wealth. Write JOHN W KDDEKBu RN ft CO.. Patent Attor- "vjm. NuianHiii, it. v., ir lurir ai.ouu prize go iut lut of two hundred Lureutlooa wanted. On Trin' f-.- U X .VSnrder. Bessemer, Ml'.h., Feb. 24. The ease f the people against - Duncan Beveridge came up for trial in the circuit court for Gogebcc county in this city. Judge Steer, of Sault Ste. Marie, presiding. The day was devoted to preliminaries. Beveridge Is charged with the murder, of his wife, Mollle Beveridge. ... 'j C3 v. , 'iry JUlUor'M Son Trie Suiehlo. Boston, Feb. 24. John Lewis Roche, a son of James Jeffrey Roche, the ed-' ltor of the Boston Pilot, 6hot himself in the right lung while standing in the doorway of the Castle Square hotel. Ills wound is dangeroua. A love affair It thought to be the cause of Mr. RochVi: act. Halttacks.fU!toacks & weak-backs are relieved by IT TOUCHES THE SPOT. of aix tub nnnifc thMMlrixrat UUUlVd BEAUTIFUL FLOWERS At stiff-half rfvUr prtrot. 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