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TO KIDNEY SUFFERERS. An Opportunity Worthy of Your Notice. If you sutler with kidney disease or any ailment arisinK frutu an improper action ot the kidneys or urinary organs, this offer we make to the people of Owosso should Inter est you. In the advancement of mtdical science, the kidneys, being almost the or Kans of the greatest importance to human health, have not been neglected, and In placing before you such a cure as Doan's Kidney Pills, the proprietors recognize how far so many staUmeuts of the makers of similar preparations have fallen short of their claims, being convinced that no rem edy for kidney complaints in existence equals Doan's Kidney Pills for such ailments; strengthened In these convictions by letters that are daily received of the work they are doing for mankind's benefit, old backs and young backs are being constantly freed from never ceasing acbes, and many a lame and shattered one, stooped and contracted, is strengthened, invigorated and infused With new life. With such a medicine, an offer of this kind can be made without hesi tancy, for while we lose the box we give to you, we make a friend that assists us In the sale of many others. SEVENTY-FIVE FULL BOXES of Doane's Kidney Pills will be given away free to persons sutlerlng with kidney ail ments at the undersigned address. First come, first served, mid only this one chance offered. Remember this Is not a simple box, but a regular size box of Doan's Kid ney Pills, which retails at 50 cents. Remember, Fit BE DISTRIBUTION ONE DAY ONLY on Tuesday, the 2d of November, from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m., at the drug store ot Johnson & Heuderaon. VAN R. PON dT Attorney f Counsellor, General law and chancery practice in all courts. Over G. R. Black & Son's Store DR. EDGERTON T. WILSON PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE Room 7 Keelcr Block . RESIDENCE Cornnna Ave. OWOSSO, tVT ICM. . J. B. Dowdigan, DENTIST. KALAMAZOO STORE OWOSSO, Hours 8 to 12 a. m. 1:30 to 5:30 p. m MICH F. EDWARDS & CO--General Real Estate and Insurance Agent Will sell your Property. Will rent your House or Farm. Will look after your Tenants. Will find Loans for your Money. Will Insure your Buildings. Charges yery reasonable. Office with S F. Smith. H. B. PETERSON, DEUTIST "VITALIZED OFFICE Over Dlmmtck's store, Washington Street. RESIDENCE Washington St., oppo iteOongrega&ionai church. William M. Kllpatrick, LAWYER. SOLICITOR IN CHANCERV General Insurance A vent. Office over the Owosso Savings Bank, Owosso Mloh 8. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, RESIDENCE, 409 SAGINAW ST., Office, 211 N. Washington St. OYER PARKILL & SOU'S DRDG STORE, DR, C. MCCORMICK PHYSICIAN. SURGEON. ETI.I Special attention given to the treatment of disease by means of Electricity. Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Lumbago, Sciatica and a number of nervous diseases readily yield to this form of treatment. Office and Residence No. 880 East Exchange St OWOSSO, - MICH BR. L. E. PHELPS. Office: Over G.R. Black & Son's store. Office Hours: 8 to 9 a. m. and 1 to 8 p. m. Residence: 656 N. Washington St. Special Attention T Cbronic Diseases Hamblin & Crawford, REAL. ESTATE. Business Chance, Conveyancing, Fire Insur a nee, Money to Loan, Notaries Public. SFsIairs r 106 West Exchange St. OWOSSO, rviicM. DF. ANNISS. H. GOODING, Homoeopathu Residence and office, Williams St., (Coir lock Block), Owomso, Mich. Office hours 9 to 4 p. m. and to Hp. m. Calls promptly respond ed to. Special attention given to Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children. "OWOSSO :--SATkgS:- :BANK. CAPITAL and SURPLUS, tiao, 000.00. OFF1CKRS: C. 8. Williams, President. Chas. K. Kihi.rv, Vio! 1'rosldent. A. D. WiiM'Pi.K, Cashier. J.C. VanCamp, Ass't. Cashier. DIRECTORS: 0. S. Williams, Ciias. E. Rioley, GkoT. Mason, A. I). Whiitlr. Ciias. W. UAXJt, E. A. Gould. Wm. A. Woodard. FOUR PER CENT INTEREST Paid quarterly on deposits. SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES TO RENT Foreign Exchange Bought and Sold. Bank open from 9 a. m. to 8:80 p. m and very Monday evening from 6 to 8. WORLD'S W C. T. U. ADJOURNS. Lint r tilt NnT CMsMM mill Pltli of the UaMtattatM Ait-(i. Toronto, Ont.. Oct. 27. Yesterday wai the last day of the World's W. C. T. U. convention. In Miss Wlllard'a tempo rary absence Mlas Agnes E. Slack pre sided at the morning session. After the reading of the report of Mrs. J. K. Bar m y en "I'eiiUl, Charitable and Reform atory Work" an hour of devotional work was instituted. The executive committee then reported the following newly elect ed officers: Honorary president, Mrs. M. C. Leavitt, Boston; president. Miss Frances E. Wlllard, Evanston, Ills.; vice prtsldt nt-at-large, Lady Henry Somer set, England; secretary, Miss Agnes E. Slack, England; assistant secretary, Miss Anna Gordon, Evanston, Ills: treasurer, Miss Mary Sanderson, Dan ville, Que. Miss Kirk, secretary of the Australia W. C. T. U., read the report of the com mittee on resolutions. In reference to labor questions the committee favored the eight-hour day for wage workers and opposition was expressed to strikes and movements of like nature. Evan gelistic training schools were com mended and recognition and help re quested and confidence was expressed in the official organ of the union. Armenia was referred to ar.d the massacres were deeply deprecated. Lynching, drink on ships and railways and gambling were the topics of other resolutions. The ab solute abolishment of the social evil was demanded no "regulation" thereof, or permission under the law. YELLOW FEVER REGION REPORTS. Pent Is Spreading;, but Does Not Heroine Any More Fatal. New Orleans, Oct. 27. There were 59 new cases of yellow fever In this city yesterday with 7 deaths: Total cases to date, 1,269; total deaths, 145; total cases absolutely recovered, 637; total cases under treatment, 487. There Is no longer any attempt to establish foci. Cases ap pear where there has never been fever before and the doctors say simply that the germs are Hying around and that cases are not to be restricted by munici pal or geographical boundaries. At Memphis there were 7 new cases, no deaths. A cold wave Is predicted within thirty-six hours, and the health officers believe that the disease has reached Its worst stages so far as Mem phis is concerned. At Bald Knob and Winne, Ark., there are suspicious cases of fever. At Mobile, 3 new cases, no deaths In four days; at Montgomery, Ala., 10 new cases, 1 death; at Scranton. Miss., 12 new cases, 3 deaths; at Bay St. Louis, Miss., 10 new cases, 1 death; at Biloxi, Miss., 14 new capes; at McHenry Miss., 1 new case, 1 death. Meridian. Miss., Oct. 27. Dr. H. S. Gulley, state health officer, Is In receipt of a telegram officially announcing yel low fever at New Albany, Miss. The dispatch adds that the town has been a most depopulated. His Mean Way Out. "Oh," said the two months' brido to the girl friend who had called, "Charlio did tho meanest thing last night! I wouldn't have believed it of him. " "Do toll me what it was," said the girl friend. "Well, you know we were having some parlor amusements or thinking about having some when it happened. It wus just after dinner. Charlie had btn reading some supposedly funny paragraphs in the evening paper. They were so poor they actually made me faint. Finally I told him that I could do better than that myself." "Whut, at making jokes?" interrupt ed the girl friend. "Why, yes, of course." "Well, what happened?" "Why, of course, ho was sure I couldn't." "Just like a man. " "But ho was mistaken." "Do tell me all about it. " "Well, ho wagered mo a three pound box of candy and all tho soda water I could drink that I couldn't make a joke. ' ' "And you did it right away?" "Yes; it didn't take me five min utes. ' ' "What was the joke?" "Well, you know wo had that lovely blue chiua set that he bought last week on the table, and" "It is lovely. " "And I just took my inspiration from that. You know the teapot has a shep herd in blue upon it?" "Yes." T"Well, my joke was tho supposed conversation between two fashionable girls on the milk pitcher of the choco late brown sot that mamma gave us. It ran: "Why don't you associate with that gentleman over there?' and the re ply was, 'He's not in our set.' Well, I had the teapot in my hand when I made the joke, and just as I told it 1 lot tho teapot fall. Now comes tho mean part. Charlio used such a mean subterfuge He repeated tho joke, then looked at the piecos of tho teapot on the floor, and then, as I demanded the fulfillment of my wager, said, 'That's no joke; that's a fact. ' " Chicaoo Times-Herald. SICK HEADACHE Positively cured by these Little Pills. TVy also relieve Distress from Dyspepsia, Indigestion and Too Hearty Eating. A per feet remedy for Dizziness, Nausea, Drowsi ness, Bad Taste in the Mouth, Coated Tongue Pain in the Side, TORHD LIVER. They Regulate the Bowels. Purely Vegetable. mall PHI. small Dose. Small Price. CARTERS J ISBlTTLE JHflVER JJ PILLS MICHIGAN MELANGE. NEWS OF GENERAL INTEREST TO OUR READERS. Important lliii -itlng In the state During the 1'Mt Few lav Tipm4 by Tele graph -Mailer Selected (r the Ilenettt of Our Own People. Calumet. Mich.. Oct. There has been visiting in Calumet a gentleman, who, to pay the least, possesses a most remarkable power of magnetism for which he Is quite unable to account. He was here for the purpose of putting it to further teat. His name la Rev. A. G. Fredm and he Is n divine In the Swedish Lutheran church and fumes from Fre mont, Ills. He has the power of detect ing, by simply holding in his hands a piece of metal, where the same metal may be under the earth. A few days ago the reverend gentleman, accom panied by Adolph Norbom.a well-known groceryman, and another friend, drove to the Kearsarge mine location. When they reached a Bpot somewhere near the location of the vein the gentle man took a piece of topper wire about three feet in length and began walking about the field. All of a sudden his body doubled up and his arms were forced to the ground and he could not move any further in the direction he was going. He said then that he had found the vein. He made several attempts to cross over the location of the vein, but could not move as long as he held the copper wire in his hands, but as soon as he dropped the wire he could do so. He went across the vein and then took the wire and at tempted to come from the other side, but his efforts were again futile. FATAL EXPLOSION IN DETROIT. One Man Killed and Ten Injnred by Ilurst ing Holler. Detroit, Oct. 23. -The boiler in the De troit Cabinet company's factory at Han cock avenue and Hiopelle street, In the northeastern part of the city, exploded with fatal and disastrous effects. At least two men were fatally injured, one of whom has since died, and ten men were more or less seriously Injured. The dead: Laurent Tunney. foreman In fin ishing room, died in Harper hospital. Dying: Moses Peltier, engineer, skull fractured, unconscious at Harper hos pital. Seriously injured: William H. Becker, cuts In head and neck, scalded badly; Wilbur Krause, ribs broken and body bruised, may be injured Internally; John Nonnlnger, cabinet maker, legs and breast cut, bad scalp wound; Her man Krelnberg, head packer, head cut and badly bruised all over body, may die; Carl May, cabinet mak er, cuts on head and leg; Frank Ehlen, apprentice, dug out of the ruins, arm and head badly hurt; Louis Granniller, cabinet maker; Barney Trembly, band sawyer. The cause of the explosion is not as certained. Both front and rear ends of the building were blown entirely out and the brick walls are In ruins. No fire resulted. The concussion was so great that the whole northeastern part of the city was shaken and many win dows were broken. The damaged build ing Is a brick structure four stories high. DECREE OF FORECLOSURE AFFIRMED Detroit Gas Company Ocfeated on Nearly All Point. Lansing, Mich., Oct. 27. Alexander Lewis and Jerome Croul, representing the stockholders of the old Detroit Gas Light company In their foreclosure pro ceedings against Camille Weldenfeld and the Detroit Gas company, defeated the gas company upon nearly every point raised In the supreme court. The de cree of foreclosure granted by the Wayne circuit court is affirmed as against all the property of the gas com pany. The amount of the mortgage was $1,000,000 and the purchase price of the plant was $1,450,000. Croul and Lewis represented the old company and Weldenfeld, who made the purchase, conveyed the property to the Detroit Gas company. Weldenfeld was made a party to the suit because he was the original contractor and he is held to be liable for any deficiency that may ex ist upon the sale of foreclosure. The New York Guaranty and Indemnity company is also a defendant In the suit, as It holds a subsequent mortgage on the gas company's property. WILL ARREST BANKERS. Sensational Developments Kxpected In Connection with Lansing Failures. Lansings, Mich., Oct. 23. Between April, 1S93. and June, 1896, three Lansing banks, with aggregate deposits exceed ing $1,000,000, failed. The Central Mich igan bank has paid 54 per cent, and the People's bank 12 per cent. The Ingham County bank has yet to pay a dividend. In view of this condition of affairs the thousand or more depositors are in a very ugly frame of mind, and have been demanding that an example be made of some of the bank officials whom they believe to be responsible for the failures. Experts recently completed an examina tion of the books of the People's bank and submitted a report which led to the official announcement that some of the officials will be arrested within a week on charges of embezzlement and mis appropriation of funds. Prosecuting Attorney Cummins Inti mated that he has already commenced work on the complaints, but would not divulge the names of the persons to be arrested. strange Sights to Them. St. Joseph, Mich., Oct. 25 Mr. and Mrs. H. McGulgan, who are 90 and 95 years, respectively, came to town for the first time In thirty-five years. They never saw an electric light, street cars, telephones or other modern Improve ments, and were astounded at them and tli- high buildings. They have !lv.,i within three miles of town, and say their only reason for not coming was that they had no desire to. They do not expect to come again. Threats of Lynching a Unite. Portland, Mich., Oct. 27 A tramp giving his name as William Patton, of Lansing, attempted a criminal assault on thp 6-year-old daughter of A. C. Browning Just at dusk last night. He was captured an hour later and Is no;v In Jail. He was followed to the Jail by an angry mob and threats of lynching were made. There appears no likelihood of any violence, however. Died at Hie Bad of Her Prayer. Cadillac, Mich., Oet -7 Mrs. Mary McKinnon. while uttering a prayer at j the Volunteer armory was strlrkn with heart disease and in a few moments wan pronoun, cd daa4. Bar prayer, the tenor of which was that "at the best we have but a short time on this earth to pre pare for the world to come," was an Impassioned and eloquent plea to the young people, and when about to close, after calling for a blessing upon all those present, she cried "Jesus, save me!" and immediately fell over In a swoon, which soon ended In death. ItookiuakerH I.ottt Ueavlly. Detroit, Oct. 27. The withdrawal of the bookmakers has caused the sudden closing of the Windsor track. The books have been steadily losing of late and Anally determined to quit, although the entries were made and everything was in readiness for the usual day's sport. Officers of the Windsor Driving club, the owners of the track, deny a rumor afloat that they closed the meet ing In the fear that the track would be outlawed for violation of turf congress rules. Murderer of a Michigan Man Located. Adrian, Mich., Oct. 25. Prosecuting Attorney Bird and Sheriff Ferguson say they are certain that they have located the man who murdered Lafayette Ladd early on the morning of April 17 last. It is said to be John Higglns, alias William Woodford, now serving out a sentence of one year in the penitentiary at Co lumbus, O.. for burglary. Ladd awoke to find a burglar In his room. He partly rose when the assassin fired. He died several hours afterwards. Death of a Copper Region Merchant. Houghton, Mich., Oct. 2!5. Joseph Hennes, one of the greatest merchants of the copper district, died Saturday. He had his back broken a short time ago while driving under an overhanging tree. State Noted. Lightning struck the barn on the Mor ris farm, east of Sturgis, Mich., instant ly killing Frank Klein. Jr., and serious ly Injuring George Klein and Frederick Hagadorn. Alderman John W. King of Escanaba, Mich., arrested on the charge cf unlaw fully drawing a salary as engineer of the waterworks plant while mi ving as a city official, has been acquitted. Hear Admiral Bancroft Gherardl has been re-elected commander In chief of the Military Order Loyal Legion. Fishing for whiteflsh and trout in Lake Michigan must cease for six weeks under the new Wisconsin law. Many fishermen along the shores will fish in Illinois waters during the prohibited term. Bernard Trotschand, of Negaunee, Mich., accidentally ran across a set gun in the vicinity of Swanzy, Mich., and was fatally hurt. The entire board of health of Owoso, Mich., has resigned because the coun cil refused to allow them $50 each extra pay for services during a diphtheria epi demic. STRENGTH OF OUR NAVY. It Consists of 141 Vessels of All Descrip tions. Washington, Oct. 27. In his annual report to the secretary of the navy, Philip Hlchborn, chief constructor, says that the strength of the navy on Oct. 1 was 141 .vessels all told, including the ships of both old and new navies. Dur ing the last few months of the last fis cal year a considerable amount of work upon vessels that had been authorized by congress had to be suspended owing to lack of funds. This caused a heavy drain upon the new appropriations at the beginning of the present fiscal year and makes the exhaustion of those ap propriations before the first of next July almost an assured fact. Chief Hlchborn says this Is a discour aging state of affairs, as this exhaus tion means a wholesale reduction of the navy yard forces and the discharge of competent and trained men. He points to the advantage and economy of hav ing at least one vessel building at each important navy yard. Probably the most desirable type of vessel for the purpose intended, particularly In view of the present state of the armor ques tion, would be that of a sheathed cruis er of comparatively light draft and great endurance, with quarters for flag officers. RACE WAR IMMINENT. White and Colored People at Xenln, O,, Highly Wrought Up. Xenla, O., Oct. 27. With the present state of Intense feeling between the white and colored people of this city, engendered by the assault of William Carter, the negro, upon Miss Kate Swabb, it would take very little to pre cipitate a race war. Carter has many negro friends here who do not hesitate to defend him, although the better class of colored people condemn him. Joseph McDonald, a prominent contractor, was sandbagged In the heart of the city by two colored men, the assault presuma bly being brought about by the stand taken by McDonald In the Carter case. He was left in an unconscious condi tion. James Townsley was also as saulted by a negro but defended him self by shooting at his assailants. A mob of several hundred congregated about a train on which it was thought Carter would arrive from Springfield, to which Jail he was taken, and had Carter been on the train he would have been lynched. Kxploslon 011 a Gravel Digger. Evansville, Ind.. Oct. It. The boiler on Bedford, Weikel & Nugent's gr;ivl digger blew up. killing one man and wounding five others. The dead: Jacob Mazer, superintendent Injured: James W. O'Conm r. William Pender, Henry Close. Jacob BeeK r, and Charles Jones. The body of Mazer w a blown Into tho river nrd has not been recovered. Of the Injured Jones' condition Is porlnus. The expliislrn broke the beat In two and It sank where It was anchored In about six feet of water. rri)ti't it Lftttof Avails. Washington. Oct. 27 Because of the protests of the labrr unions, which fear the competition of the Marine band, the secretary of the navy has revoked the permission he gave the organization some time ago to go to Chicago to fur nish music during the horse show week. Dr. Kntli 1 r ln KcviRti. Vienna, Oct 27. In the lower house of the reiohsrath Vl President Abraham pvlcs read a letter from Dr. Kathreln, president of the house, notifying the unterhaus of his resignation of Its pres idency. The resignation was undoubt edly due to the recent disorderly scenes In the relchsrath. CA8E OF PRIVATE HAMMOND. Inquiry Closes with the l)e titration of Col Hall That l.ovei-liig Was Kiglit. Chicago, Oct. 25. The military court of Inquiry which has been Investigating the alleged brutal treatment of Private Hammond at Fort Sheridan on Oct. 9 concluded taking testimony Saturday evening. Saturday's testimony coro borated the reports of the methods used in enforcing the presence of the ob streperous prisoner before the summary court on Oct. 9. Hammond's injuries, however, were belittled by the officers who testified. Major Llpplncott, post surgeon, swore that the wounds were of no Importance mere abrasions. He had been unable to find a sign of Injury on the man's body except a slight cut on the Bhoulder and similar wound on each leg. Colonel Robert Hall, commandant of the post, almost the last witness called, said: "If it was necessary to prod Ham mond with a sword or to kick him in order compel him obey the order I regard It as perfectly Justifiable. There might come an occasion when It would be necessary to run him through with a bayonet. No man who has the slight est idea of military discipline, or what military discipline means, could for a moment unfavorably criticise Captain Lovering's actions. I approved his ac tions then and I shall approve them now." In a signed statement to the court Captain Loverlng says that the only way to have gotten Hammond to the court room other than the way he was taken would have been to carry him, and as that was Just what Hammond said would have to be done, to have done so would have been a clear victory over lawful authority by a man who was defying that authority, and utterly destructive of discipline. TO A BLANK SHEET OF PAPER. Paper, Inviolate, white, Hhnll it be joy or pain? Shall I of fate complain Or shall I laugh tonight? Shall it Ixj hopes that are bright? Shall it bo hopes that arc vain? Paper, Inviolate, white, Shall it be joy or pain? A lear little hand so light JL moment in mine hath lain. Kind was its pressure again Ah, but it was so slight I Paper, Inviolate, white, Shall it be joy or pain? Oosino Monkhouso in Now York Times. Gold Weather Brings Catarrh. Though the disagreeable effects of Ca tarrh are felt alt the year round, cold and disagreeable weather aggravates the disease and it is during the winter sea son that its severest form is felt. Each succeeding year seems to intensify the disease, so that it gradually fastens its hold upon the sufferer with a grasp that .becomes firmer each season. Catarrh often appears as only a cold at first, and is hardly noticed. But gradu ally the cold returns, and it is more difficult to cure, and stays longer than for 'merly. These symptoms cannot be mis taken; they mark the hrst appearance of a disease that will develop in severity and stubbornness, and which it is impossible to cure with the local treatment of sprays, washes, and similar applications. Being 'a disease of the blood, only a blood remedy can have the slightest effect upon it. S.S.S. (Swift's Specific) is the only cure for Catarrh, because it is the only blood remedy which goes to the seat of all obstinate and deep-seated cases, and forces out the disease. Mr. T. A. Williams, a leading mer chant of Spartanburg, S. C, writes: "For four years I had nasal catarrh, and though the case was a mild one at first, it was not long until I noticed that it was gradually growing worse. Of course I was under treatment of first-class phy sicians, but their remedies were applied locally, and the disease seemed to be get ting a firmer bold on me all the while. "After spending so much'money for treatment which proved to be all in vain, I was urged to try S.S.S. This rem edy proved to be the right one, for it got at the disease, and a few bottles cured me peifectly. The cure was a pcrtunnent one, and I have not had a touch of the disease for many years. Swift's Specific is the only remedy that will have the slighest effect upon Catarrh." Sufferers from Catarrh should ret a start on the disease before the cold weather aggravates it. Those who have been relying upon local treatment will find winter weather is all that is needed to show that the disease is still with them. A course of S.S.S. (Swift's Specific) will prove all assertions made that it is the only cure for Catarrh; it goes to the cause of the trouble the blood and forces out all traces of the disease. Swift's Specific is the only remedy which reaches real obstinate blood dis eases; it cures Catarrh, Rheumatism, Cancer, Contagious Blood Poison, Ec zema, Scrofula, and in fact every other disease of the blood. It is guaranteed Purely Vegetable and is the only blood remedy containing no potash, mercury or other mineral. Books mai led free to any add ress by the Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, Ga. 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