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THE OWOSSO TIMES.
TEN PAGES. EDMUND 0. DEWEY, Editor. OWOSSO, FRIDAY. FED. 28. 1897. Republican Ticket. For Justice of the Supreme Court, CHARLES D. tONO, of Genesee. For Resents of the University, WILLIAM J. COCKER, of lnawee; CHARLES D. LAWTON. v of Van Buren. of Perry. the room being concealed behind a plate of gold bronzing, shedding their light through circular holes. Faims naa Deeo piaccu iu the aisles, the pots being tied with pink rib bon, a mass of palms concealing in tne Dai cony the Cadlllao hotel orchestra, which en tertained with mott entrancing music aunuK the serrlng of the banquet The room had been arranged to seat 213 persons ana au but two chairs were taken. The epreaa was one of which any hotel man or caterer In the country could well be proud ana me serving was never excelled. The literary part of the feast was especially Interesting to the editors and their wives, ana to say that no more eloquence, wu, gooa eenoe and valuable suggestions, were ever Tbk Times Is pleased to publish today In Btrnne sermon delivered en Sunday inD. last bv Rev. J. C. Cromer on the oK.n nation. The sentiments expressed received the hearty approval of those who were present and we believe they will of the entire community when the sermon u Th announcement made by Gov. Bush n that he will appoint Hon. Marcus A, n.nn ii. S. Senator to succeed Senator Sherman, when the latter retires to enter w-irioi,'o rabinet. was hailed with JUBJ. J"-"'"'-J - uohhvthreDubllcansthe nation over. Mr. IJanna bas proven himself a manor t. PTPontlve ability and as he is a splen did business man there Is every reason why ho should prove to be an excellent senator, The Michigan Tress Association held four very Interesting sessions in the parlors of th nntAi Cadillac Monday and Tuesday, and much good should come to the people r Miohizan and to the live newspaper men r .h state from it A 11 branches of the busineES were thoroughly end carefully dis nid and many heirs to the mating oi good paper brought out. We trust we have profited by it and that we may give some new life to The Owosso iimes xnruuKu .u Fi-fiov. Horace Boles, of Iowa, hits W J. Bryan equarely between the eyes in a letter written to the Chicago Tribune, and practically abandons the 16 to 1 idea. Read what he saj s: "Last fall's election was not a victory for a gold standard. The party that so interprets it makes a mistake. It was a protest against silver monometallism, against a possible unsound currency, against unqualified 16 to 1. The party that fails to recognize this, in my Judgment, will make a greater mistake. Those who coun eel a continuance of this controversy until on nartv or the other is so overwhelmed with defeat that further resistance isim- rtih1f. are no champions of their coun whether thev realize it or HJ o nciBi-i " not" . AN ASTiNIIG FACT. One-half Our Imports Agricul ture Products. The enterln wedge, of a fatal com- Ml have taken a great aeajoi meuicm plaint is often a slight cold, which a dose or for Uver complaint, rheumatism, near two of Ayer' Cherry Pectoral might have trouble and nervous prostration, but noin cured at the commencement Therefore, it log bas done me as much good as Hood a I- .Hi..Kia Ah.ihi. nrnmnt and aura SarsaDarl a Mrs. A. A. juaa, veruuu, A TALK WITH SECKETABY MORTON. remedv always at band to meet an emergen- cy. Letters uncalled for at Owosso postofflce Feb. 20th: Mrs. J. D. Smith, Mrs. T. L. Stone, Wm. Meredith, W. U. Ingram, Hen ry Johnson, Mrs. Maggie Gray, Mrs. Mattle Mich. Hood's rills are reliable, sure. There Is no excuse for any man to ap pear in society with a grizzly beard since the introduction of Buckingham's Dye, which colors a natural brown or black. . . I 1 -4- Aa a n Cooper. . J. Even,. WW E.H., Mr. Berth. "HaHiS My husband bad two cancers taken from hi face, ana anoiuer wo uiiUft uu Uis So He took two bottles of Burdock Blood mttersana u o wj""1"' '"""t"" S welU" Mrs. Wo. Klrby. Akron, Erie Co.. N. Y. .it ihMA creeping, crawling, stinging sensations that combine to nuke ap the tortures of any Itching disease of the skin ara Instantly reiirveu uu nuaucuu, cured by Doan's Ointment Take no sub stitute. Doan s never muo Senator Chandler's Memory General Mile and Hie Friends English ae "She i- Wrote" Tne Ex-Queen of the Ha waiian Island The Loss of Her Throne. Washington. Feb. 18. f Special. Sec retary Morton, tho retiring chief of the nut into two hours talking than that by the I BgriCultural department, has had many v ... . ,n.ki..n tnnlr nart 1 VnhioA lint nono more valuable to tho lnarl no Anlioni OI JUlCUiKnu nu r i . . . . . ... .w- v. f nnnntrv than nis euons wprumuiu In the program, wnwm - dcman'd for the produce of American remembered by those present and the lame farm8 ln conversation today Secretary of this most admirably conducted hostlery Morton called my attention to a remark- will erow as it should, making It a leaaer Oblo fact, ono wmcn causeu wuuu will grow as buu 1 doubt wU1 gur. in the country. rjriso most readers of this dispatch. "Just about one-half of all tho imports to this country." said Secretary Morton, "are Smith, Mr. M. M. That the blood should -perform Its vital functions, it is absolutely necessary it should not only be pure and rich ln life-giving elements. These results are best effected by the use of that well known standard blood-purifier, Ayer's Sarsaparlila, D. J. iicCrohan has closed out his mer chant tailoring business and removed to Indianapolis. Dr. Wood's Norway Tine Syrup seems sent as a special providence to little folks. rieaeant to take, perfectly harmless, ana absolutely sure to give Instant relief in all cases of cold or lung trouble. to the human body, Dr. Thomas' Eclectrlc Oil gives almost Instant relief. Probate Older. STATE OF MICniO AN, rvtrtNTV nw sntiwiftHiR. I it & amtHinn of the Probate Court for the County of Shiawassee, holden at the Probate rmo in h. rnt n tt Hnnmnft. on Tuesday. the 23d day of Feburary In the year one thousand eitftat hundred and ninety seven Pre Chancery Sale. STATE OF MICHIGAN. in thb CiBCtrrr Cockt fob th Coustt of SH1AWABSM, If Republican State Convention. That the republican party of Michigan is alive to the great responsibility, placed upon it. and that the people are proud of the un precedented and wonderful victory of last fall, was In Detroit which was auenueu uj mi deleeates than any convention ever held ln Michigan, the enthusiasm was extreme, tne eagerness to again cut down the hosts ot credit destroyer and makers of idleness ana poverty was apparent on every hana. Round after round of applause greeted the convention speakers, and a united band came forth prepared to show the misguided democrats that the people will not sanction ih Pfrnrta of visionlsts to slide into "Turn 'em loose." This we'll do with the dry goods, clothing, shoes, rubbers, hats. caps, underwear, flannels, laces, em- agricultural products. This may appear InoiWHhlr. t)Ut It IS true. X11K1DK m ocrriniiHiiralimnorts. Including articles not broideries, silks, ribbons, notions, and nn American farms, and tho ler- ..vprvthlnc In stock at 204 N. Wash. St, for ed ana wonaenui Scntago of all our agricultural imports in next so days. Choice of any suit or over- shown by the convention this ween B2 or ntti0 ,n0re than one-half ; cnat. 58: cnolce of any ladles' shoe, 98c; In 1803 it was 48; In 184, nearly oo, iu 1895, 50, und in 1890, 49." buffar, Coffee and W'oot "You do not mean to say that one-half of all tho imports of tho greatest agricui choice of any mens' shoe, $1.60; choice of any child, Misses or boys shoe. 75c. The life cut out of everything they must and will be sold, call and see for yourself. Th Fnrnm for March contains a dozen said day of hearing. tural country in tho world are agricultural tim1jy and important articles. The Arbl- nr mnrse tration treaty Is discussed by two competent nt Matihw Hush. Judire of Probate In tne matter of the estate of Arthur D. Pat fled, of Mrs. Thlrza fatterson praying amongst ihlrnra fnr thA nrnlintA thA instrument now filed in this court, purporting to be the last will and testament of said deceased. Thereupon it is ordered, That Monday the 29th day ot March next, at ten o'ciocit in tne forenoon, be assigned for tho hearing of said .otitinn .nil that th hir at law of said de ceased, and all otber person interested in said estate, are required to appear at a session of said Court, then to be holden in the Probate Office in the City of Corunna, and show cause, if any there be, why the prayer of the petitioner should not bo granted. And it is further ordered, That said petitioner give notice to the persons Interested in said es tate, ot the pendency of said petition, and the bearing thereof, by causing a copy of this order to be published in Thb Times, a newspaper printed and eirculated ln said county of Shla wasssee. three successive weeks previous to MATTHEW UUhM, Judge of Probate. I The Shiawassee Saving Society, Complainant, OpdyUe,Cha.1Quigley, defendant Fes dent of this State but resides at Toledo.ln the state of OhioTon motion of W.M. KllpatrlcW.Com. plSiSait's solicitor. It is ordered that the said de fendant. Mary Farrell, cause her appearance to he i entered herein, within 4 months from the dSte of tnis order, and ln case ot her appearance that she cause her answer to the complainant's bill of complaint to be filed, and a copy thereof r VL nn ftld complainant's solicitor. within twenty days after service on her ot a 7nnr of said bill; and notice ot this order; and ?na?indea ault thereof, said bill be taken as ronfessed bv the said non-resident defendant. And it lsYurther ordered, that within twenty davs the said complainant cause a notice of & order to bo published in Thb Tmsa, a newspaper printed: published and circulating fnlaFd county, and that such publication be continued there at least once in each week, for six weeksln succession, or that It cause a copy of this order to be personally served on said non resident defendant, at let twenty day. before the time above prescribed for herap pearance. PikBpont. Circuit Court Commissioner. W. M. KIUATBICK, . ,, Comp lainnnt's Solicitor. Drodncts?' That ia lust what I do say. Tinrt of these importations is repro- wmrnl bv sueh articles as tea and coffee, not uroduco. but they are agricultural products just the same. Lot mn rtvn vnil 8Om0 interesting figures. Our good places through their misfortunes and iroports in 1896 wero in wundnunj . , j v.i i nrrs 8iu.wu,uw. wuiuwwi.,.,.--,--- At 11 o'clock Tuesday, Chairman D. M. Fprrv called the convention to oiaer in tu t:tntl9 Tho larccst item was sug- auditorlum, with every county in fliicnigan f uo.000,000, and sugar is a iarm prou- renresented, and almost every one by a lull uct in our country. The next largest item represent, uu u , lerto was coffee. 185,000,000. Next in order was delegation, lie called Gen. R. A. Alger to va i coiroe, lo, , f f32 M0 000 Tbe the chair and tho usual committees were ourth bldeg nnd pklngj wh.ch rpnch tbe appointed, tbe convention then adjourning cnormous total of $:i0,G0O,000. Fifth is until after dinner. ellk, with f 7,wu,wu. cuui - K),i,w,BEpn rnnntv deleeatlon selecting and nuts, fiy.uuu.uuu-, - . Tbe Michigan League of Republican Clubs Ham us annual meeting in Detroit, Monday, nwr 200 clubs being represented. The work which the clubs accomplished In the last campaign was reviewed and it Is the ' reneral opinion that next to the republican nfiwsnanew these organizations did most to round up to 60,000 the' party's majority last tall. Ex-president V. T. Colgrove, or uasi Imrs. made a short speech of congratulation Attorney General Fred Maynard urged the elnbs to renewed efforts this spring; and Hon. James O'Donnell cheered the hearts hv one of bis ever pleasing talks. 1 he na tional leairue of republican clubs will hold its annual meeting ln Detroit in July, and It Is expected that it will be one of the largest aatherings of politicians ever held In the United States. Six delegates at large were elected and four from each congressional district, Geo. M. Dewey, Jr., being chosen as one from the eighth, with utto u. Sprague as alternate. The Michigan Club's annual Washlng- authorltle8 the lion. Frederic R. Coudert, tbe eminent International lawyer and ex member ot the Behrlng Sea arbitration com mission, and Theodore S. Woolsey, profes sor of international law at Yale. Each bas I a few criticisms to make, but both agree lu I of these wcro agricultural products, or $5.60 declaring the treaty to be a considerable for every man, woman ana cnua in . toward a better order of things. Ap ropos of the recent report of the comptroller nf thn state of New York in which he ad vances some rather startling theories of tax ation, the Hon. Perry Belmont, the well known politician and millionaire, criticises Mr. Roberts' views in a paper entitled "Tax ation: It Sum. Justification and Methods." j V 72 THB Labor Kg Time Cost Geo. M. Dewey. Jr., as an assistant secre tary from the eighth district for the state convention, and Odell Chapman as a mem ber of the committee on resolutions. At the district convention Uon. F. M. bhepard was made chairman, Mr. Chapman taking a place on the credentials committee and giv ing the membership on the resolutions com mittee to Saginaw. At 2:00 o'clock the work was again taken un and Judge O. D. Long re-nominaiea Dy acclamation as the republican canaiaaie for justice of the supreme court. Regent Wm. J. Cocker was also re-nomlnated by acclamation. Tbe nomination of a regent to succeed Levi L. Barbour, brought out five candidates, all ably presented and each nomination receiving the approval of the convention. They were L. L. Barbour and J. R. McLaughlin, of Detroit; C. D. Law- tiR.Rno.Q00: ciehth, tea, JBia.uuu.uuy. m,ocn nmtho Wi?o items, comprising more than $800,000,000. It will bo noticed that tips nno.000 of this total is represent-1 ed by articles which American farmers do "What was the remaining Hcventy odd "Well, you will be surprised at eomo of tho items. Cattle, live, $1,509,000; horses, rro niin. bVippti. 8853.000: bristle, $1,435,- OOOj'cbccso, $1,491,000; feathers and down, $2,880,000; glue, $550,000; grease, $1.-44,-ftnn. v,ait. l. 244.000: meat products, 052,000; sausages and sausage skins, 6CV 000; ln all, animaia anu vmur iwv, ak nnn nnn Whv. wo imported nearly $3,- OOoloOo'of breadatuffs, Including $317,000 In barley, $1,380,000 in wheat and $1,050,- 000 of macaroni ana otner xuuu, posi tions of wheat. nint-v,ta ia nnt. ftll." continued Secre tary Morton. "We Imported last ycai '$6,- Tir 578.000 worth of cotton and nearly $12,- L 000.000 of flax, homp, juto, manilia, sisai SAVED BY GREAT ENGLISH SPtlSIHLlSI Washing PovoHk What More Can be Asked? Only UJs : asU your grocer for it, and Insist on trying It. Lurgest puckar -greatest economy. THE IX. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, Chicago, w. l-". Nrw York- Boston, Pulladaphia, I &7. .r tniii.in.,An I ' j .ivfllMi Think of this COUn S?r--Sr2S Dv. Holman S. Humphrey r :"T' r. . . m. bay in a single year ami ocr . MsnU ton's birthday banquet was one of the most successful In the history of thlspoweiful social and political organization. The un precedented crowd of party leaders and workers from tbe interior of the state made the sale of seats nn high, while the gallery tickets were at a premium. At 7 o'clock Monday evening, after the mammoth audi torium had been turned Into one vast dining loom and brilliantly lighted and draped with the flags of nations and state emblems, the sneakers led by Ex Gov. R. A. Alger and S. S. Babcock, marched to the platform and the banqueting began, lasting about one and a half hours. President Babcock Introduced R. A. Alger as toastmaster, who presented Governor Tingree for an address of welcome, which the mayor-governor read rather perplexedly, then followed toasts by some of the very eloquent and learned men of the nation, the efforts of Editor Curtis Guild, of Boston, Judge Albion W. Tour- ree. of New York, aud Senator-Elect Boise Tenrose, of Pennsylvania, being worthy of mention as some of the best toasts ever heard by the club, the list of whose speak- ' ers at the annual banquet has included the most prominent statesmen, soldiers, divines and citizens of the country. Gen. Walker, enreppdrd "Stonewall" Jackson ln command of the Confederate army, was one of the speakers and was given a glorious re ception, his subject 'Virginia, the Mother of Presidents," furnishing a Geld for talk that made bis efforts eloquent and his pat riotism plain. It is an extraordinary privi lege to bear and see these great men and the republicans of the state appreciate it. E. P. Waldron, of St. Johns, waselected a club director J r Swart Bros., ot the Uotel Cadillac, De troit, tendered a complimentary banquet to the Michigan Press Association, luesaay evening, the occasion being the dedication f the new dining room of this most popular and well-known house. The dining room is the finest one in decoration west of New - York city. It has a 20 foot ceiling, large supporting pillars, Immense windows, etc. The room Is bronzed in gold and silver, pan els tinted in green on which are painted flowers and vines; the looking glares cover the entire back end of the room and the - spaces between the windows, the beautiful curtains of green being draped artistically, electric lights are arranged In dusters nd saake the room brilliant, those at the rear of On the third ballot C. D. Lawton was nom Inated, the totals being Barbour, 127; Nel son, 3; McLaughlin, 308; Lawton, 641. Mr. Lawton is a graduate of the University, has been a professor there, has a son at tending now, is a man of good ludgment, a thorough friend of the Inslitutlon, a farmer of considerable means, capable and inter ested, and will undoubtedly poll an exceed ingly large vote. Odell Chapman made a rousing speech condemning the idea of nominating any but straight out republicans. Ills remarks were heartily applauded. Shiawassee countv was represented by Geo. M. Dewey Jr., W. M. Kllpatrlck, G. W. Lorlng, F. M. Shepard, Odell Chapman, Geo. T. Campbell, Geo. A.Parker, C. E. Godfrey, C. McCotmlck, Wm. Johnson, Jas. Osburn, 11. B. McLaughlin, Geo". W. Haskell. W.il. Llngle, W. E.Jacobs, C. W. rarker, C. S. Reed and the delegation voted 9 for McLaughlin, 6 for Barbour, 2 for Nel- scn.and 1 for Laton, on the first ballot; 18 for McLaughlin on the second ballot and 18 for Lawton on the third ballot. worth of vegetaDio oiia, iio,w of plants, trees, shrubs and vines, nearly $3,000,000 worth of seeds, $31,000 worth of straw and $2,500,000 worth of vegeta bles! With proper development and varia tion of our agricultural industry,' con eluded tho secretary, "wo ought to cut off a largo part of this importation and supply the market with homo grown products. A Good Memory. . . ! i. I Senator Chandler oi vv "auJJ !5"1 " weeks, regularly, cnifl bv his colleagues to havo the best ; " Scmorl ol ! aS Ttho members of tho upper do so indefinitely MATCHES12 boxes. ........ 10c Pail Svrun 37k J r Pure Maple Syrup, per gallon $1.00 2 cans choice Red Salmon Smoked Shoulders $f c Cures the Afflicted After all Other Boneless Pork 4C Methods but His Have . rlifnrni Prnn 8c Failed. I " . , 1 lb. bag Smoking Tobacco ISc ! H&"Sec dates below. U0(1J Neuralgia, sick, nervous or conpestiTe nCill hoa.ia.hn dull, full feeline. loss of memory, dizziness, softening ot the Drain, min ora and eczema oi scmp. Gary to Have a Portfolio. Canton, O.. Feb. 20. At 1:30 o'ciock yesterday afternoon Hon. James a. Gary, of Baltimore, 1 lert me pnvaie room at the McKlnley home, where he had been in consultation with the presi dent-elect for several hours and gave the following statement to the Asso ciated Press: "Governor McKlnley has tendered me a portfolio in his cabinet. While it is not definitely settled which one, I am assured that it will be one which I can accept." Expected Happens at Gen. HarrUon's. Indianapolis, Feb. 22. At 5:30 o'clock yesterday morning a baby girl weigh ing elzht and one-half pounds was born to Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Harrison, Tr Henry Jameson being the attending physician. Mother ana cnua are aoing well. Mrs. Lieutenant -arKer, oi ixew York, is with her ulster, Mrs. Harrison. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison were marnea in St. Thomas' church, New York, April 6. 1896. -The ex-preslaent Is in nis tn year. house. When ho reels inciineu iu uu Mr. Chandler can repeat almost word for word any speech which ho may havo heard on tho floor of the senate. Ho has a re markablo faculty for this sort of thing, and on tests has been known to reproduce from i xt enmo fit n- TTll'Il 1U1 V ih ril"i V rivv. . m a . nil lo nltAnrl nff cr senator almost verbatim, cwspipci NerVOUS DeDllUy aiimentV. both of correspondents have endeavored to utilize young and midd le-aped men. The awful effects tho Now Hampshire senator's rxtruordl- 0f neglected or Improperly treated cases, pro- wnuc was wuu in !"' ,,t i Mr. Chandler InvariuLly declines. 1 ad mit I ftm a newspaper editor," ho says, "but 1 aiu not a eorreKponilent. Air. Chandler wns paper in his i-tate, for which Ihi writes when he pets time. Them has been a ooddi al of KssiP here about tho efforts of ti-rUiin friends of Gen- in. .1.-.. t. .mill. (iito nvort frrnr lUOUUClUl vwiia juui "-j - J I , f and will continue to 1U DAIS OUd) TEAS 12k, 18c, 2c, 3c, 40c and 50c per pound. 18c, 20c, 25c, 30c, 35c and'40c per pound. 25c COFFEES- enemy and confidence, varlcooele, gieei pam and other distressing symptoms, uuiming one for study, business or enjoyment of life. r-- All diaeases of the Ear, ot whatover Cai, Damo or nature, cured. If curable anywhere. a fntnrrhai Bora throat, acute and 1 nrOrtl chronlo pnarygnttis, enlarged tpn- Bils and palate.hoareness ana loss oi voice, iuu E. L DEVEREAUX. low LeglMfttlre Noted. Des Moines, la.. Feb. 23. Senator Car ney, of MarBhalltown, went oftcr the state institutions again yesterday, the house having rejected the proposed in vestigation. He introduced a resolution for one by a committee of five senators, himself exluded. It is understood to be a controversy between Carney and the commissioner of the soldiers home in Marshalltown. The house and senate have passed a resolution asklnsr the railways for low freight on corn. Call for Silver Republican. Washington. Feb. 24. Senator Teller and ten other silver Kepubllcan con gressmen have Issued a call to all who are willing to co-operate with them to take immediate steps to perfect organi zation, and as soon as possible all the states to designate a member of a pro visional committee, which shall have charge of calling a national convention. Charles A. Towns is named as chair man of that committee, which Is called to rntet at Chicago, June t next cral MUe. to ralso funds with which to sils and "'K Kt, rtfH il imuo In Washincton. I J""b Smator Allen of Nebraska introdueed a j ..n(fc Consumption In the Drst and second SXlonSng on the war department LMgW for information as to what law t hero is on culty- jn'Veathjng, hepatizations, asthma, etc. tSlTlVp. Heart Brain g NervesYfiK Sherman and Sheridnn received puts of of the head,and palpitation of the hearvdiftlcult homop from their 1;lmlrers, anu utnurui breathing and suiiocaun reeling Grant Jas tho recipient of two such prcs- head, a tired i i thA rpvpmn-desire to be alone. If vour memory is failing and you are ploomy and despondent, or If you dream much and often and feel an aversion io awieiy. juu - from a srrlous disease of the nerves, brain and heart. You have no time to lose. Call at once and consult this eminent BpecialiBt. VMnoirc Inflamatlon of kidneys, Hfight's K lQTlcVS ...io iiahAtni. congestion of the kidneys, uraemia, gravel stone, all scienti fically and Buccessruny ireaveu. T3l1lAf Inflamatlon, cystitis, cystcrrbea, BlQUCl catarrh ot tho bladder. Theso dis tressing diseases invariably yield to his system of treatment. C4nni o n h Catarrh, ulceration, and acid dys blOinaCIl nensia. IndlRcstion, pain and fullness after eating, heartburn, water Drasn and difficulty in swallowing. T trrao Cr1oAn All diseases of the liver, LlVCl, OplCeil spleen,bowelB.all nervous and reflex dlsoraers, rneDimim ' C," diseases, ecreroa and Bait rheum, ring worm,hip joint disease, old spres, fever sores, "tiff joint disease, oia gpmu iriiii . r tion. ents. . Specimens f Kngllsn. f..,rfnl KTicc.lmens .f KncllshCnd their wav into public documents, but pli ably nothing worse than tho following was ever perpetrated: Tho other day natcr Hill introduced ft bill the title of which rend, "A bill to authorize the public build in?? in tho city of UulTaloto be built an ad ditional story," and in the txxiy oi mc um it is recited "that the public buildlne now being erected in tho city of IlulTalomay lc criT-tcd an nddltional story." One of tho interesting enbjccts sure to come up for consideration early in the Mc-t.-ii n.iTY,lrlHf rniinn Is that of Hawaiian annexation. Tho Americans ln Hawaii .intnminni in nroRsi tho matter with all HI U VII I I their force, nnd they havo strong hopes ot xtwt. nf t.lio 1.S00 Americans in rutiumi - llAtcall aro well to do. prospering greatly With their sugar plantations and commer cial houses. Hut if they can have tho is lands annexed to tho United States they -.fcr,n ilit tho valuo of all their property will be doublod becauFO of tho guarantee 4m.riu trWa f future Dcacc and order. TVom twn f.n tions in congnvH on the r.noatlon Question, and It is difficult to bay which is the lurger. T.tllitn1rn.ljinl. thrt CI-(lUlfTl ff IlnWnll has t)een in Washington Hcver;tl wic ks, rhc has tried very hard to win la or in social .v,i nniitU rln-lcs. but has made r.o head way. The prevailing view of her elTorts is ono of amusement simply. No public man would dare champion her cause in tngress. rrwrmld bo" touched out of court. 1 t-rAA that thn real cause of Mrs. Dom .un tn Woshlnirton was a hope that this government might be Induced to give ner a pension or wiuuui rwuu.-., - betisauon ror m oss or ner TntiitA Piles, fistula, and aU swellings and KUPtlire tendencies quickly cured without pain or detention rrom dubiucoo. niceases of Women gJSrs; the diseases reculiar to your sex. suon hiuudr or displacement of the womb, Inflamatlon or ulceration, oioaung, a u -" ,, ness, rait or write to him and he will tell you just what can be done for you. If vou cannot call on Dr. Humphrey, write to him for question list. He will then unaerwa your condition thoroughly and tell you candidly whether or not he can treat you succssfully. His course of treatment Is a sclenline one, peculiar his own, whereby the patient receives treatment and medicine applied to suit the case that otherwise would be impossible. nfflA Ono day every four weeks at OlllCe . W1LDERMUTU HOUSE. Date 0,nMt THURSDAY, FEBRUARY . Free consultation free to axx.. OUR STOCK OF mitm FOR 1897 JUST KEOEIVED. The Iargo$ Stock in the city to select from, and Prices Are Right. FASHION PLATES FOlt SPUING AND : SUMMER JUST RECEIVED. A. DECKERT; THE TAILOR, 113 South Washington Street ., MvnT trM lit TlocheMter, N.T. and of Green's Nurtorjr Co. 1 know It, and I . PS'IiVVr for Cherry tree. 14.75 ir 1A PI u tu treM 7. UmrfA rnr:"I"""." :::7..nfnahttlehlhor. Otherttocaai similar priw. tHooKnmsvi r?oABUr srouods. Uuto.ua, SlnVvrCl I Street, Rochester, N. Y.