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ts A LAR IK CIRCULATION AMONG

MERCHANTS, MECHANICS, MAN1I-

HurUKBBS, FARMERS, AND

LlKS OENERALLY.

i VERY HFSIRABLK MKIHI'M FOR

* ADVtillTISERK.

j-XJJSriXJS IE. BEAL»

EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR,

TERMS:

t| 00 per Year in Advance. To Subscrib-

' ers out of the County, 15 cents extra,

to pay postage.

Eatered at the Ann Arbor Postofflco as Second

BOOK AND JOB PRINTING

OR «VKBY DESCRIPTION,

48 Cheap a* at any Other House In

Oflca Nos.4l & 43 Main St.

l»l Ki:'(>. 4 South Main St., Ann Arbor.

The oldest agency in the city. Established

over a quarter of a century ago. Representing

the following Brst-class companies, with

over

•80,000,000 Capilul and Assets.

HOME INS. CO., of New York.

CONTINENTAL IN8. CO., of New York.

NIAGARA. INS. OO.. of New York.

QIRARD INS. CO., or Philadelphia.

ORIENT INS. CO., of Hartford.

COMMERCIAL UNION, of London.

LIVERPOOL, LONDON and GLOBE.

WASHINGTON FIRE and MARINE,

of Boston.

Kates Low ax the Lowest. Losses Liberally

Adjusted and promptly Paid.

C. H. MILLEN

Jsrome Freeman T

Moves from his present stand over Watts'

to the

POSTOFFICE,

BARBER SHOP i BATH

Rooms, Monday, March 19.

and HDT HIES!

THIE-

ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BASK,

ANN ARBOK, MICUIGA'N,

Transacts General Banking Business,

CAPlTAlIT$BO,OOO.

Organized under the Genera! Banking Law ol

|nl« State, the stockholders arc Individually liable

w to additional amount equal to the stock held hj

">em, thereby creating a ',aaraDtee Fund for the

benefit of Depositors of

$100,000.00.

Three per cent. Interest Is allowed on all S»vlng«

"••posits of one dollar and upwards, accord ing to

tnerulos of the Bank and interest compounded

•eml-arninnlly Voney to Loan on unlncucihered

'"" °"tate and other good security.

DIRECTORS:

CHRISTIAN MACK, WM. D. BAKKIMAN,

W -W. WINKS, DANIEL UISCOCK,

W ILIIAM DEDBKL, WILLAKU B. SMITH.

DAVID RINSEY.

OFFICERS:

Proa. W. W. WINCS, Vicc-Pre»

C. n. HISCOCK. Cashier.

VOLUME XXV1I.-NO 41. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1888. WHOLE NUMBER, 1424.

POWDER

Absolutely Pure.

This powder never varies. A rairvel of purity,

strength nnd wboleoomeneflft. More economical

than me ordinary kinrtu, and do not be sold in

competitl n with the multitude of low test, short

Wright alnm or ph aphate pnwden. Bold only In

can*. KOVAI. B .KINO PowDKB Co , 100 Wall St.,

NOT A PIMPLE ON HIM NOW.

Had with Kozoma. Hair all gone

Ptcalp covered with orii|>11 IIN.

TIUMISIU h» hair would nevei grow,

('urea by i utioura H.mi.lu— Hair

splmdld and uoi a pimple on him.

I cannnt cay enough in praHe of the CUTICTRA

REMEDIES. My boy. when one year ol »ee, was

fo had with erz mi that he lost all of hie hair. His

pcalp was covered with eruptions, which the doc

tors said was tcald head, and tliat his hair would

never tfrow up iin. I>.'*.p-iirln ot a cure from pliy

si ian^, I began the use of the CPTiQUBa HEW-

DIES, and, I :ini huppy to nay, with the most per

lecteuco"". Hit bair is now splendid, and there

I* not a p'mple on h ; m. I rvci nim'-'nd the t UTI

cuaA HKMKDIES to m »thers as 'be most speedy.

ecoi.omlciil, sn I sun- cu e for all skin disease* of

infants ind cliitdren, and teel that every mother

who baa an af.licud child will thank me tor so

" B ' Mm. M. E. WOODSUM, Norway, Mo.

A Ftver More Kl^'it Yean Cured.

DKAI.KK IS

I innc; RESOLVENT, (I. Prepari d bv the 1'ont.K

DRUG A K HEWIOAL Co., Bosfii, M ss

{jysend tor "Uo* to cure Sklu DlfCusos," 01

puges, 50 Illustrations, and 100 testimonials.

D A DV

DrtDT

Skin and Hcatt> preserved a"d beautl

iled >y Cl'TirURA MEDICATKD~"AP

Catarrhal Dangers.

To be freed Irom the dangers oi suffocation

while lyln r down ; to breathe Ireelv, sleep sonndlj

and undisturbed; to rise refreshed, bead Clear,

brain active and free from pain or ache; to know

that no poisonous, putrid matter defiles tho bremh

and rots away the delicate machinery of emell

taste and hearing ; to feel th t Itac system does nut

thmnsh IW veins and nrterlc8, snck up the po'eoi

that Is sure to undermine and dcstrov. Is indeed »

blessing bevond all other human eiijovmenta. To

purchase ImmnHy from such a fate should be th'

ihji'Ct of al nffllcted. But hose who have tried

nai y remedies and physicians despair of relief or

cure.

SANFORD'S RADICAL CURE mfets eviry phase

• if Catarrh, irum a simple hind cold to the most

loatusome and destructive stages. It U 'l ih'- RADICAL ' U-,E. one box of ('ATAKIIHAI.

KOLVB T and IMPBOVBK INHALEB, a') wrapp'-'ttcrs la

frhe Invalid's Friend.!

ilniiniVllliiHyjiTheyonnft,the BRed nm\ tot- •

I is rout rr.#teriiiK< >rc s """ i»'" l the circumstances and siirroundl'iirs

under which ho left the ;service

But su far as we know, the lirst

public 'lion of the charge that Lieut.

Steams resigned from the army, "for the

plod of tbe ner\i;e."was made iu The

Times, by a Franklin correspondent, in

the issue of September 11, 1876. This

correspondent charged that Willard

Stearns had resigned his position in the

army for the good of the service, "and

dare not deny it."

The next day Mr. Stearns appeared in

The Times with a card, from which we

quote:

" I once for all, in order to silence this

1

This outspoken denial staggered the

editor of The Times, and he proposed to

get his information from headquarters,

from which there could be no appeal.

Accordingly lie wrote to Hon. Z. Chandler,

who was then secretary of the interior,

taking for information in regard

to Steams' record. A prompt response

was received, and the accompanying report

from the war department was

printed in The Times of Sept. 28, 187G.

But since that time a good many peo

pie have forgot; hence we print Mr.

Stearns' record again, and this time we

print a fae simile of the letter received

from the war department, and referred to

above.

Here it is, and it explains itself:

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Are yon wcnk ami wwiry, overworked At old point comfort.—Young lady in Bucklcn'8 Arnica Salve.

nnd Ured? Hood's !S.u sup.irilla fa, JHBl hoti 1 office, uneasily wailing for unilorm The Brart Salve in the world for Cuts,

tin-nietlicine to purity your kdnad and nnd hiutonstci come over from the Port— Bruises Sores, Ulcers, Salt Uheum, Fever

glyc you ttrenKtb.

•'Why doesn't Hint mm come? I don't Sores,Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains.

want to ilt around lure all the morning Corns, and all Mkin Eruption*, at'd posi-

It is saiO thut at the present rate of holding IIIV Ini.idd." CUrk, bjiuhhig — tively cures lMles, or no pay required. It

niitrralion, .Mormons will oontrol tin' lo-"Um

er—I '>('g your pardon, Mi^s, but is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction,

| cnl flections in western Wyoming iusiJu If it wouKI be atn ICC .niiiodiiliou I could or money refunded. Price 25 cents per

ot two yenr».

hold your hai(). The money order receipts premium list on fruits. Ii was asserted

average about $200 per week.

that some exhibitors of fruit collect their

From one-fourth pound of seed George exhibits from the neighboorhood and the

Warner raised thirty-three and one-half same canned goods have Mppenred for

pounds of early Everett potatoes. A years. It was recommended that in

pretty good yield.—Brighton Citizen. future tbe superintendent of that depart-

We learn that the republicans beat the ment should ask exhibitors, whetner they

democrats at the ChrlsM fair last week themselves have grown these fruits.

by 40.—Manchester Enterprise. They Mr. J. Austin Scott thought that the

will beat them more than that In -Novem- premiums on farm, garden anil orchard

ber.

produce were too small. He considered,

Tlie republicans of Ypsilauti have sus

these departments the must important.

pended a $100 Harrison and Morton

A first premium of fifty cents on wheat

banner 25x30 tt. in size across the street

and of one dollar on largest and best

in that city, over which they feel quite

display of grapes was out of place. Mr.

proud.

J. J. Tarshall moved that the original

subscription list for the fruit factory

A mail pouch was left over night on bonus be put in the hands of Mr. E. B.

the platform at Ilowell Junction, Satur- Pond for collection. The motion was

day morning, it was found cut open and carried. Those that shipped by the fruit

a package of Ann Arbor letters missing. car are requested to pay a penny per

—Brighton Citizen.

bushel to the treasurer of this society,

Jabez B. Wortley, of Ypsllanti, is tlie which had considerable work to do to

republican candidate for representative bring about cheaper transportation.

in tlie legislature in the 2d district, aud he

KMIL BACR, Cor. Sec.

is a man who will honor the people of

that district if they will elect him. A Fragrant Breath aud Pearly Teeth

Mrs. Laura Egbert died at her resi- Areeaslly obtained by cleansing your teeth

dence ut BeatOOi Sept. 23, of paralysis, dally with that Justly popular dentifrice, 80aged

58 years. She has been a highly re- ZODONT. Composed of rare antiseptic herbs,

It Imparts whiteness to the teeth, a dellclom

spected pioneer resident of Saline town- aroma to the breath, ftnd preserve* Intact,

ship for over 50 years.—Observer. from youth to old age, the teeth. Acidity of

the stomach will destroy the strongest teeth

The republicans of Uarnegat, raised a unless Its effect! are counteracted with 80handsome

pole, 102 feet long, last Satur- ZODONT, and this pure toothwash protects

day, with a streamer bearing the name of

the dental surfaces by removing every impurity

that adheres to thorn. Ask your druggist

Harrison nnd Morton flaunting to theforSOZODONT.

breeze from Its peak.—Saline Observer.

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From present prospects, the crop of PEAiw'Soap secures a beautiful complex-

Ion.

winter apples will exceed the yield of

several previous years. The first lot was

sold here, Tuesday, and the market

opened at $1 per barrel.—Saline Observer.

Last Saturday night, being very dark,

Jake Fink got out of his wagon to determine

the whereabouts oi the road. Just hli VEGETABLE ^fll

then his team started, and so Jake had

to foot it home. No CTarnage, however,

was done.—Stockbridge Sun. PAIN DESTROYER!

If young man Of this country put half

Bleeding from the

y Lun(r*,Stom*ch,

as much energy into their daily work as

they do into playing ball, the young men JNo«n, OT from any causa it epeedily controlled

and "topped.

of Mria country, would, be rich enough to

marry before they were two years blder, Sores, Ulcers, Wounds,

—Chelsea Herald. S'poiln' they didn't

want to?

Sprains & Bruises.

The annual matched hunt between the It ia cooling, cleansing And Healing*.

nimrods of this viciuitv came off Tuesday

l U ll " most efficacious for toll

d Mi disease, CoM In the Head, etc.

as announced. CapU. Hough and Kings- " Pond's Extract Catarrb ( urf,"

ley chose 31 men. Hough's side won, speclnlly prepared to meet serious cases,

-slmiiM be applied with Pond'* Ex-

their total count being 8,80,"> against 6,705 tract Naaal Syringe.

on Kingsley's side, ilouyli killed 1,350

counts, and the Clark Bros, killed 1,340 Rheumatism, Neuralgia.

counts each. Supper was MCVed to the Ko other preparation has enred mort

participants at the Goodyear house, iii cases of these distrexsing complaints than

the lixtracl. Pond's Extract

Harry's best style.—Ma:.i:!ie>li : I'.uter- Piaster is invaluable In these diseases,

pnse.

Lumbago, l'ums In Back or hide, etc.

Diphtheria, Sore Throat,

r«e the Extract promptly. Delay U

dan dangerous. re the Extract promptly Delay U

Pilnc

i llt/O

Hllnd.BIeedlnz or Itching.

It is ths greatest known remedy;

rapidly cnrlng when other medicines hnva

failed. Pond's Extract Ointment

is of great ecrvieo whore the removal of

clothing is inconvenient.

Chapped Hands & Face.

Pond 9 * Extract ebould be !n every

family this eevcro weather. It remove*

the rH»rpliens and roughness and softens

and Heals the skiu promptly.

Female Complaints. £&

lty of /emitlt diseases the Extract can be

used, as Iswsll known, with the greatest

benefit. Full directions accompany each

botlle.

CAUTION.

Pond's Extract S

theworda " Pond's Extract" blown

in the ela**, and our picture trade mark on

surrounding buff wrapper. None other is

gennine. Always insidton having Pond's

Extract. Tnkc no other preparation.

It Is never told in bulk or by meaturt. I

Sold Everywhere, 1'rlecs, 60c, »1,«1.7S.

Prepared oulj bv I'ONITS EXTBACT CO, |

NEW YORK AND LONDOH.

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1888.

Short advertisements not to exceed three

nne«, of Lost ana Found, Houses for Sale or

Kent, WanU, etc.. Inserted three weeks for

25 cents. Situations wanted, free.

W ANTED.—A situation as housekeeper.

Widow with » child of eight years. Let-

ters addressed, Chelsea Box, i>7.

F OR SALE or exchange a Large Almost

New House and Burn and Two Lots at

Corner of South and East University Ave.

25 J. P. Junsi>\.

EDITORIAL NOTES.

Albeit Gardner the maimed soldier, is

a good writer, and would make a cour-

teous register of deeds.

Honest Injun, now, wouldn't you rather

see John F. Lawrence prosecuting attor-

ney of this county than his competitor ?

When the southern Ideu predominates

in the financial nffiiirs of this country,

then look out for dark d»ys In the north-

ern states.

n the fair grounds a purse con-

taining a small amount of money, which

h b lli t thi ffi

F. .

theowner can have by calling at tills office,

proving property and paying 25 cents for this

notice. 25

T OST—A leather trunk with letters J.T. J.

I j painted on one end. Please send Informa-

tion in regard to same to me.

N. W. CHEEVEB.

rilHE person who took a white wrap (or

J. shawl) from the M. E. church on Krlilay

evening, Sept. 28, will please return it to the

Janitor and save further trouble.

rpo RENT.—A part of a large convenient

1_ house. Also unfurnished rooms. Corner

of Jefferson and Division sts. Inquire at 47

Division st. tf

S OLDIERS! And others, having Peimlon

Papers and Vouchers to execute will find

it to their advantage to call on Comrade WM.

K.CHILDS, In the Insurance Office In the

biwementof theCourt House. Any Informa-

tion relative to Pensions free of charge. '29

L OANING-Money to loan on first-clans

Real Instate Mortgage at Current rates of

Interest. Satisfactory arrangements made

with capitalists desiring such Investments.

Every conveyance and transaction in ab-

stracts of title* carefully examined as to legal

effect. Z. P. KING. Ann Arbor.

T> EAL ESTATE FOR SALE OR RENT-

IV Houses and lots valued from $1,0(10 to

tti.uOO and containing from one-fifth of an

fccre to twenty acres—all in the city limits.

Housese rented on reasonable terms In cen-

tral localities. Farms exchanged for city

property. Enquire of J. Q. A. Sessions, At-

torney and Real Estate Agent, Office No. 5

North Main St., Ann Arbor. 51tf

BENJAMIN HABBISOX.

REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET.

For President,

GEN. BENJAMIN HARRISON, of Indiana.

For Vlce-Pre.ld.-nl,

LEV! P. MORTON, of New York.

r'UK PKF.KIIIKXTIAL EI-Kt'TOKS.

A, Tn~*. I RussuLi- A. AI.OKR. Wayne.

At i.ar/r< j j S A 4 c CAPPON, Otatwa.

1st District.—F.VWAKV BiniK, Detroit.

tml District.—JUNIus E. BKAI., Ann Arbor,

3rd District.— RICHMOND KINOMAN, Cal-

houn.

Uh District.—JOSKPU W. FKKISCH, St. Jo-

seph.

5th District.—Dos J. LEATHERS. Kent.

Olh District.—JAMKS M. TUKNKR, Lansing.

:th District —JOHN S. THOMPSON, Miicomb.

3th District.—ELLIOT F. GRIBILI., Montcalm.

9th District.—WELLINGTON W. C'UMMEK,

Wexford.

10th District.—HARRY P. MERRIL. Ogemaw.

11th District.—PKRRY HANNAH, O'dTravers.

REPUBLICAN STATETICKET.

Kor Governor,

OVHIJM C. I.I < K.

ofUllcoU.

For Lieutenant Governor,

JAM KM H. 'I l( I)O> Ull,

of Escanaba.

For Secretary of State,

GILBERT It. OMII V

of Detroit.

For State Treasurer.

I.KOIKiK I.. MALT'*,

of Alpena.

For Auditor General.

HENRY H. APMN,

of West Bay City.

Kor Commissioner of the Land Office,

ltos« in. •>. DIX,

of Berrlen Springs.

For Attorney Oeneral,

M KIMIKX V. K I K«M\ IIHI1KJF,

of Ionia.

For Superintendent of Public Instruction,

JOM-I'll KNTABKOOK,

of Olivet.

For Member of State Board of Education,

FKKKY V. POWERS,

of Cadillac.

CONGRESSIONAL NOMINATION.

For Congressman (2d district),

KUWABD P. ALLEX,

of Wash teuaw.

LEGISLATIVE TICKET.

For State Senator, 4th District,

CLARK (OUMVKI.I,

of Ypsllanti.

Kor Representative. 1st District,

AMlBt:» J. WAVVVKlt,

of Ann Arbor.

For Representative 2d District,

JABKZ K. llonil.ll

of Ypsllanti.

COUNTY TICKET.

For Judge of Probate—

GEO. S. WHKBLER, of Salem.

For Sheriff—

JACOB H. MARTIN, of Ypsllanti.

For County Clerk—

MORTON F. CASK, of Plttsfleld.

For Prosecuting Attorney—

JOHN F. LAWRENCE, ol Ann Arbor.

For Register of Deeds —

ALBERT GARDNER, of Ann Arbor.

For County Treasurer—

WILLIAM R. TUOMEf, of Sclo.

For Circuit Court Commissioners—

FLORENCE C. MORIARTY, of Ypsllanti.

CHARLES H. KLINE, of Ann Arbor.

For Coroners—

DR. WILLIAM F. BREAKEY, of Ann Arbor.

DR. FRANK K. OWEN, of Ypsllanti.

For County Surveyor—

JOHN K. YOCUM, of Sylvan.

Do you fully realize, my friend, what

a change in the tlnancinl tiffairs of this

nation means? And if so are you pre-

pared for it?

The idea of a man who only a short

time since called laboring men " anarch-

ists and communist?," passing now as a

friend to them !

When a postmaster of a village forbids

republican papers from circulating

through his oilice the party must be

mightily scared.

Mr. Stearns has never yet stated why

he "plead guilty in advance to all crimes

in the calendar." Does an innocent man

ever plead guilty ?

John F. Lawrence Is a man you nil

know. He has no spots or blemishes on

his record. As prosecuting attorney of

this count}' he would be an honor to the

county.

The Argus published Steam's "open

letter" to Mr. I'.lalmv Now wil! the

Argus have the fairness to publish Mr.

Blame's reply made in his speech at

Adrian. !

If free trade will make eTerythlng

cheap my laboring friend, how about the

mortgage on your house? Will less

wager and cheaper clothes help you to

pay that off!

If all of the Free Press reports are as

relieable as its account of the Allen

meeting here last Friday night, even the

demon.-its themselves must teel proud

of its reliability.

The Democrat, in speaking of Mr. Al-

len's chances, says that whoever the

COURIER, favors is sure to be defeated.

If that he true, why does the editor of the

Democrat keep scolding away at us ?

Senator Blair, of New Hampshire, was

rotten egged at a political meeting down

in (JharlottL'Sville, Virginia, a few days

since, where he went by invitation to

speak on the tariff. No bloody shirt down

there! Oh, no!

How pleMAnt it is for bretheren to

dwell together In unity. Fisk and Brooks,

Jerry Falvey and the Free Press—all In

the same pew and singing the same pongs.

Beautiful thought. Charming spectacle.

— Detroit Tribune.

Over $57,000,000 of government money

have been been deposited with banks In

the east, without interest. It Is hoped by

this move toconciliate enough prominent

business msn to stop the continual deser-

tions to the republican party.

"We can work the pontoffices to our ad-

vantage," wrote Chairman WesLcm to Na-

tional Democrat headiiuauers. And they are

working them hard—Detroit Tribune.

Yes, even to forbidding republican

papers from circulating through them.

Henry S. Gregory, a prominent De-

troit democrat, has come out for Harrison

and Morton. We have on hand a list of

some three columns of these converts, in

addition to the six or eight columns al-

riady published in the COURIKH, which

we can publish if desirable.

The Adrian Press, published by Wil-

lard Stearns, called the C,000 laboring

men who signed apnperto support Henry

A. Robinsou for congress in the 1st dis-

trict two years ago, " anarchists and com-

munists." H:is Mr. Stearns experienced

a change of bear! since then ?

The editor of the Ypsihinti Sentinel

speaks of Anna Dickinson and Fred

Douglass as "fossils," and as "recalling

memories of a past generation." If that

be true, pray what would you call the

o.Heoi- of MIP"Sentinel, and of what gener-

ation would he "recall memories'"

Jacob H. Martin would mike an ex-

cellent sheriff and attend to the duties of

the office in a prompt and efficient man-

ner. And there are many people who

would like to see him residing in the

nice residence furnished by the county

for that official, after Jan. 1st next.

Geo. S. Wheeler would make as good a

judge of probate as ever filled that office

In this county. Strictly honest, a man of

pure moral life, incorruptible In his deal-

ings with his fellow men, he possesses all

the essential qualifications of a good judge

of probate, and ought to be elected.

We nsk every calm, sensible, thinking

man in Wfishtenaw county, if there is

any comparison to be made between the

two candidates for prosecuting attorney

in this county? Is not Mr. Lawrence

immeasurably superior in every essential

qualification for that position? Would

it not be wise then, on your part, to elect

the man who can perform the duties of

tills, one of the most important offices in

the county, In an acceptable manner,

without fear or favor?

The statement of Mr. Stearns that Mr.

Blaine opposed a tariff on lumber in con-

gress In 1868 is on a par with all the rest

of his campaign slush. Mr. BlatlM op-

posed an internal revenue tax on lumber

and opposes that now. Mr. Stearns

either told a willful falsehood, or he was

too ignorant to know the difference be

tween an internal revenue tax and a tar-

iff. But few men will believe that he

doesn't know that difference.

Laboring men read this: Mr. Stearns

in the Adrian Press, two years ago—only

two short years—said this of the labor

men's candidate, Henry A. Robinson, of

Detroit: "lie is the candidate of Social-

ists and AnarcJiists. They first named

him. They are the ones who professed

to have the naming of a candidate. They

are no respecters of law and order. Rob-

inson is no better." "lie should be shun-

ned as much as a Chicago bomb thrower.*

"Koblnson should be defeated by 10,000

majority in that district, and communism

stamped out. You can't disguise the tact

that it is a concession to one of the worst

elements of social government to endorse

Hank Robinson, and every man who has

the honor of Wayne county at heart will

labor to crush his candidacy." These are

the words of Willard Stearns in the Ad-

rian Press in the last campaien, when

Mr. Robinson was backed by 6,000 labor-

iDg men of Detroit, who signed their

names to a paper to support him. That

was the opinion Mr. Steam* had of

organized labor then. What do you

suppose, my laboring friends, he thinks

of you now? Does he love you at heart

any more to-day than he did then ? He

will favor and Hatter and taffy, but please

remember that only two years ago he

called you "Socialists and Anarehists," to

be "shunned as much as a Chicago bomb

thrower."

The senatorial convention for Monroe

and Washtenaw counties, met at the

court house this p. m. and unanimously

nominated Clark Cornwell, of Ypsilanti,

for state senator. The following com-

mittee was appointed : J. W. Morris,

Grape, Monroe co., Gen. Geo, Spaulding

Monroe; H. S. Boutelle, Ypsilanti; Ohas.

K Hiseoek and F. 15. Braun, Ann Arbor.

Clark Cornwell is the buttling ex-Mnyor

of Ypsilanti, and a man who never

sleeps on the post of duty.

At the 47th annual convention of the

East Pennsylvania German Lutheran

Synod, held in Philadelphia, week before

last, the following resolirion was adopted:

" We, as a Christian body, realizing our

responsibility, will continue to do our ut-

most to abolish the rum traffic. We look

with favor upon every organization

which as an educator is working In the

interests of temperance, and also favor

any legislation which will in any way

lead to the final enactment and enforce-

ment of reasonable »nd scriptural prohib-

itoiy law."

Because the COURIER stands up for

what it believes to be right, and tights

politically against southern dictation,

and because its editor defends himself

against eh irges of falsehood preferred

In a public meetine, the Ypftilanti Sen-

tinel says the paper is "mean." If there is

a paper in the state that can say meaner

things than the Sentinel, in a keener or

more scathing manner, we should like to

know what one it is. If it is "mean" to

light a good light for one's own convic-

tions, and pay a blackguard oil" in his

own coin, then "mean ' we are, for that's

what we shall do every day in the week,

if we can.

le tag"l am

!»ti,'°l8 tied

CAPT. ALLEN'S SPEECH.

A Big Turnout and One of the Best

Speeches or the Season.

Last Friday night was anything but

inviting as far as the weather was con-

cerned. It rained, and it looked very

discouraging to the many friends of Capt.

Allen in this city who were anxious to

have a good meeting for him. But the

Captain's friends here are such as are not

to be deterred by a rain storm. At 7

o'clock the 5th ward republican club

catne marching up to the 3d ward head-

quarters, where all were supplied with

torches, and headed by the Chequamegon

band about 250 men marched about the

streets and then down to the rink. In

passing the corner of Main and Huron

sts., red lire and Uoman candles made the

gritty torch bearers show oft to good ad-

vantage. It required considerable cour-

age and a great deal of enthusiasm to

march through the streets that night, and

that, there should be so many willing to

brave the storm speaks volumes for their

fealty to the cause of republicanism and

is a great compliment to Capt. Allen,

also. The people came to the rink In

great numbers, and it was filled as it has

Hot been tilled at any meeting this cam-

paign. There were from 1,200 to 1,600

people present. He held the audience,

and they listened with marked attention

to liis able, clear and cindid argument

upon the questions of the hour. He had

no abuse for his political opponents; no

sacreligious stories to tell; no black-

guardism for anybody. Although calling

attention to certain charges DIMM against

him by the Argus, he did it in no btill-

dog "you-are-a-liai" manner; but plainly

and earnestly. To the "charge" thut lie

was a "temperance man" he pleaded

guilty, and stated that he should always be

a temperance man, whether


WKDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1888.

Friends »r The Conner, who have

b«lnei«» »t the Probate Court, will

lieaMe request Judjce llurrlman to

,e«ma w.L- appointed u com

nittee to procure conveyances. The

lerk was instructed to advertise for

sealed proposals for medical attendance

at jail.

TUESDAY.

The chairman announced the standing

committees, as follows :

On Equalization — Kress, Gilbert, Butts,

Stevens, Dansln^iiurg.

Criminal claims No. 1—Young, Case, Daven-

port.

Criminal claims No. 1—Osborn, Braun,

O'Hearn.

Civil claims—Hughs. Graves. Depew.

To settle with Co. officers—O'Hearn, Thomp-

son, Puncnn.

On salaries of Co. officers—Burch, Gardner,

Mann.

Apportionment of state and county taxes

—Hreinlng. CrippOD, Hutclilnson.

Public buildings—Butts, Gilbert, HngbM.

KeJ.-cted taxes—Dept-w, Dune n, (.use.

To examine accounts of Supts. of the DO ir—

Hutchlnsou, Braan, Usborn.

Finance- Mann, Ball, Thompson.

Fractional school districts— Dwyer, Hull.

Young.

Drains—Davenport, Ciippen. liurch.

Printing—Stevens, Graves, Kress.

Per diem ullowance—Breuulag, Qardner,

Dwyer.

The Imis of equalization was fixed at

$2"),000,000, on nioiion of Mr. Gilbert,

ye.is 13, nays 10.

The county superintendent* of the poor

were requested to make their annual re-

port on Friday next at 10 o'clock a. m.

Tuesday next at 2 o'clock p. m. was

made special order to elect superinten-

dent ol the poor.

Next Tuesday at S o'clock the flection

ot janitor was made the special order.

Kifth Ward Republican Ciub.

A short time .i^o a few of the republi-

cans of this wind met Mid considered the

feasibility of the formation of a Harrison

and Morton club. It was decided t

undertake the same, a paper was circu-

lated and the names seemed to be the

easiest thing to obtain, lor in a short time

. r >0 voters had subscribed thereto. Tliis

was deemed snllicient to organize, so the

announcement was made, and on Wednes

day evening last, the signers met In the

engine house, Kli S. Manly was called to

the chair, and the following officers were

elected for the campaign:

Pres.— John W. Johnson.

1st Vlce-Pres—Thomus Rpeeclilcy.

2nd Vice-Pre«.—N. D. Gales.

Beo. -Win. Shadford.

TroM.—EltS. Manly.

Hoard of Directors —L C. Goodrich, Chas.

Rurnham. James B. Maunders, Albeit D. Me-

C >llum and Newton Kelch.

On motion, the club agreed to turn

out and participnte In the torch-light

procession on Friday evening, and it vvis

decided that a transparency should be

procured for the occasion

The next morning the president and a

majority ot the board ot directors met,

and decided to rent the store corner of

Mill street and Broadway, as a club

room. Proper furniture was procured,

papen secured, and we now have as c osy

and inviting a club room, which is kept

open day and evening, U one could de-

Promptly at the appointed hour, Fri-

day evening, notwithstanding the heavy

rain, the members of the club assembled,

John Hobison volunteered to carry the

line four sided transparency, on which

wa3 painted appropriate mottoes, the

name of the club, and an excellent por-

trait of Gen. Harrison (the painting ot

which was the work of Ed. 11. Pierce)

and beaded by the 5th wrd band, which

had generously donated their service.-,

proceeded to the :td ward club headquar-

ters, secured toiches and look their place

in the line of the procession with 43

voiers, without counting Itiil band, the

most of which will deposit their ballot

for Harrison and protection to American

Industries in November next.

Our dub is dully Increasing, :is we now

have 01 members (none but voters ean

join) but we do take in recruits irom the

prohibition and democratic pities, the

names of some ten of whom are already

on the 1 iat. Look out for the fulfillment

in this ward, at least, of one of our mot-

toes, 1. e., "The^success of the entire re-

publican ticket."

The field is a good one; free trade dog-

mas are not relished, and John F. Law-

rence and N . J. Sawyer have been Invited

to lend a hand in the work, by delivering

addresses some evening next week, and

they will accept.

ENTERTAINMENTS.

McXisb, Rnmz.i & Arno's Min-trels

gave their first performance last nifrht, at

the Grand Opera House, after a pro-

gramme of more than average excellence.

The company presents its first part in a

style more attractive than usually fol-

lowed In minstrel entertainment, but as

pleasing to the eye as was the arrange-

ment of the stage it was nothing com

pared to the succession of «ood things

offend in tbe music, both voc:.l and in-

strumental. Tiie jokes were not remark-

able for novelty, but the audience appre-

ciated them. Lew Benedict, who lias re-

newed Ills youth, was especially favored

With applause when he sang his topical

song. Frank McNish also caught atten-

tion and approbation In his swell song.

The olio was good in tlie number, char-

acter and variety of specialties. There

will be a matinee and eve ling perform-

ance to-day.—Indianapolis Journal, Sep-

tember 8. *

Card of Thanks.

Myself and family desire to express

our thanks to friends in Delhi and to I).

('. Fall and other singers of Ann Arbor

who assisted u« during the last sickness

and the funeral of Mrs Roo«t; and to tile

friends who so generously donated flow-

ers - JOHN ROOST.

The Dental College of the University of

Michigan.

The clinical rooms of this department

are now open for the reception of those

who desire to avail themselves of the op-

portunity of the service here rendered.

All operations for the preservation of

the teeth, treatment for diseases of the

mou(h, and ihe insertion of artlflolaj

teeth, will receive prompt and careful at-

tention, under the direct and personal

supervision of the professor in charge.

Charges will be made to cover the ex-

pense of material used.

Extraction and treatment free.

The rooms will he open for the recep-

tion of those desiring attention each

week day, except Saturday, Irom 1 30 p.

m. till i ,,. m.

E irly applicants will secure the more

prompt attention. 35

Syrup of Figs

Is nature's own true laxative. It is the

most easily taken, and the most effective

remedy known to Cleanse the System

when Bilious or Costive; to dispel Head-

aches, Colds, and Fevers; to cure habit-

ual Constipation, Indigestion, etc. Man-

ufactured only by the California Fig

Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal-

Sold in 50c. and $1.00 bottles by F.ber.

bach & Son.

Symptoms of Catarrh.

A profuse and many times excessively

offensive discharge, with "stopping tip' 1

of the nose at times, impairment of the

sense of smell and taste, watering or

weak eyes, impaired hearing, irregular

appetite, occasional nausea, pres-ure and

pain over tlie eyes, and at times In the

back of the head, occasional chilly sensa-

tion", cold feet, and a feeling of lassitude

and debilit}', are symptoms which mv

common to catarrh, yet all of them are

not present in every case. Dr. Sage's

Catarrh Remedy cures catarrh In its

worst forms and stages. It is pleasant to

use, and contains no poisonous or caustic

drugs. Of druggists for 50 cent?.

Something That Interests all House-

keepers.

What is it? It Is Hayley's Electro-

Enamel Furniture Polish. It makes all

pit), scratched, marred, worn and disfig-

ured Furniture equal to new. If yon

have not tried it get a bottle at once and

be convinced. livery bottle thoroughly

warranted to give perfect satisfaction or

the money returned. Price, 2."> cts., ">0

cts. and $1.00. Agents wanted every-

where ei>t30

Interesting- Facts.

Changes in the brain and nerves are

the most common cause of disease. Their

lluenee on the body is wonderful,

Shame flushes the palest and fear blanch-

M.tho rosiest cheek find whitens the

blackest hair in a night. Worry causes

dyspepsia and hastens old age. Terror

or excitement ofton causes instant death,

etc. Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine

removes the effects of worry, overwork,

alcoholic excess, morphine habit, nerv-

ousness, dyspepsia, sleeplessness, head-

.u-lie, neuralgia and nervous prostration.

Sold by Eberbach & Son.

Pleasant rooms to rent, both furnished

and unfurnished, at No. 18 Geddes Ave.

The Oft Told Story

Of the peculiar medicinal merits of nooU's

Kursaparilla is fully confirmed by the volun-

tary testimony of thousands who have tried

it. Peculiar in tlio combination, proportion,

and preparation of its ingredients, peculiar

In the extreme care with which it Is put

up, Hood's BarsapaiUIa accomplishes cures

where other preparations entirely fall. Pecu-

liar In the unequalled good namo it has made

at home, which Is a "tower of strength

abroad," peculiar in the phenomenal sales

it has attained.

Hood's Sarsaparilla

Is the most popular and successful medicine

before the public today for purifying the

blood, giving strength, creating an appetite.

"I suffered from wakefulness and low

spirits, and also had eczema on the back of

my head and neck, which was very annoying.

I took one bottlo of Ilood's Sarsaparilla, and

I have received so much benefit that I am

very grateful, and 1 am always glad l0 speak

a good word for this medicine." MRS. J. S.

SNTDEB, Pottsville, Penn.

Purifies the Blooo

Henry Biggs, Campbell Street, Kansas City,

had scrofulous sores all over liis body for

fifteen years. Ilood's Sarsaparilla completely

cured him.

Wallace Buck, of North Bloomfield, N. Y.,

suffered eleven years with a terrible varicose

ulcer on his leg, so bad that lie had to give

up business. He was cured of the ulcer, and

also of catarrh, by

Hood's Sarsaparilla

BoldbyalldrugulsU. gl; six I or »••>. Troparodonly

by C. I. HOOD & CO., Apothecaries. Lowell, Mass.

IOO Doses One Dollar

GRAND OPERA HOUSE

ONE NIOHT ONLY.

Tuesday, Oct. 16th.

McNISH, RAMZA & ARND'S

-REFINED-

MINSTRELS!

Uuder the Management of

Mr. John W. Vogel

A wealth of pleasing surprises,

A. score of startling novelties,

A cluster of brilliant gems,

A royal assemblage of notables.

SMILING BLACK FACES

No enst-off" woru-out fentures. Pleasure,

music, mi rm and purliy.

Fine European Novelties,

Twenty Picked Musicians.

Grand Street Zouave Trill

Beautiful Base Ball Clog

Admission & r », 50 and 75 cents. No extra

(•liurui 1 for reserved seats. Tickets ou sale at

Witla'.i bookstore.

O- "W.

Dealer In a'l kinds of

FRESH AND SALT MEAT

Tnnltry. Lard, elc.

EVERYTHING NEAT AND GLEAN!

fin. 9 B. Ann (St, Ann Arbor.

Eaiiv Autumn Stvles!

IN

DRESS GOODS

\o\V OPEN AT-

D. F. SCHAZHER'S

The early arrival of our New

Dress Goods enables us to

display on our counters the

greatest variety of New De-

signs and weaves in Drees

Materials, to which we in-

vite the inspection of our

lady friends. Plain Goods

are the correct thing this

Fall especially in

HENRIETTAS!

Our stock is immense. We offer 15

pieces Colored Henriettas at 25c per

)ard. IO pieee* Silk Finish Henriettas

at 40e per yard. IS pieces 4O in.

wide All Wool Henriettas at 75c per

yard. 12 pieces 4N in. Henriettas at

*1.00 per yard. The above are all in

the choice nen Fall Shades.

BLAC2 HEHB1ETTAS

All Wool in three shades of Black, B'lie,

Medium and Jet, 10 and I* In. wide.

10 pieces Black Henriettas at 4Oc and

SOc per yard. 5 pieces wide Silk Fin-

ish Henriettas at 75c per yard. 7

pieces 4» in. Henriettas at $1.OO per

yard. Silk Warp Henriettas at #1.25,

*I.5O and ijii.75 per jard. In Trim-

mings our stock is complete. Nothing

to compare with the assortment ever

shown in Ann Arbor. Fancy Braids,

Jets, (.imps, and Steels in Braids and

Ornaments to match.

BLACK SILKS FOR FALL WEAR !

We have some Big Bargains at 75c

*.">JCY

OF

A.W. HAMILTON

Office, No. 2, FlrBt Floor, Hamilton Block.

Parties desiring to buy or sell Real Estate

will find It to their advantage to call on me.

I repre89nt 15first-class Fire Insurance Com-

panies, having an aggregate capital over J30,-

000,000.

Kalea Low. Losses liberally adjusted and

promptly paid.

I also Issue Life and Investment Policies In

tlie New York Mutual Life Insurance Com-

pany, Assetts, $75,000.00. Persons (ieelrlng Ac-

cident Insurance, can have yearly policies

written for them or Traveler's Coupon Insur-

ance Tickets Issued at Low rates. Mo.no)' to

Loan at Current Kiitr*. otilce hours from 8 a.

in. to 11 m. and '2 to op. ni.

ALEX. W. HAMILTON,

Hamilton Block.

DRESS:GOODS, HOSIERY,

TRIMMINGS, CARPETS,

GLOVES, MATS,

MATTINGS,

and many new novelties too numerous to

mention. Our stock is inside the store free

from dust and dirt. Call and see.

NO. 20 SOUTH MAIN JST.

> S^WARD

i ly given foi

II IleadJ

Sleep*

1 > U an I>r. >!ilc«r

.II .i live N'rnlDf, a

Diain «n


Ask For Ayer's NOTES ON BELGIUM,

Sarsaparilla, and l>e sure yon get it,

when you want the best blood-purifler.

With its forty years

f of unexampled suc-

cess in the cure of

Blood Diseases, you

can make no mis-

take in preferring

Ayor's

Sarsapariila

t" any other. Tho

fore-runner ot mod-

em Mood medicines,

Aver's Sarsapurilki

is still tlie most pop.

ular, being in great-

er dcmuml than all

Others combined.

"Ayet's Sarsaparilla is Belling faster

than ever before. 1 never hesitate to

recommend it." — George W. Whitman,

Druggist, Albany, Ind.

"I am safe in saying Unit my sales ol

Ayer's Sarsaparilla far excel those ol

any other, and it gives thorough satisfac-

tion."— L. H. Bush, lies Moines, Iowa.

"Ayer's Sarsaparilla and Avers Pills

are tho best selling medicines in my

store. I can recciinni'ti'l th#mcon»ci«n-

tiously." —('• Bickhaus, Pharmacist,

Boseland, 111.

"We have sold Ayer's Sarsaparilla

here for over thirty years and always

recommend it when asked t'i name the

best blood-purifier." — W. T. McLean,

Druggist, Augusta, Ohio.

"I h*ve Bold your medicines for tho

last seventeen years, and always keop

them in stock, as they are staples.

' There is nothing so coud for the youth-

ful blood' as Ayer's Sarsaparilla." —

B. L. Parker, Fox Lake, Wis.

"Ayer's Sarsaparilla gives the best

satisfaction of any medicine I have in

stock. I recommend it. or, as the,

Doctors say, ' I prescribe it over the,

counter.' It never fails to meet the

cases for which I recommend it. even

where the doctors' prescriptions have,

been of no avail." —C. F. Calhoun,

Muntnoutli, Kansas.

Ayer's Sarsaparilla,

PBEPAKED BY

Or. J. C. Ayer Sc Co., Lowell, Mass.

Prict »1; six bottles, »5. Worth *5 a bottl«.

CREAM

Its superior excellence proven in mi!lions of

homes for more than a quarter of a century. It

is use* 1 by tli© United states government. En-

dorsed by the heads of the I/real Universities

as the Strongest, Purest,and most Healthful.

Dr. Prise's tne only liakint; Powder Hint doea

not contain Ammonia, Lime or Alum. Hold

only In cans.

PRICE BAKIXO POWDER CO.,

NKW YOHK. CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS.

PtSOS CURE FOR

Piso's Cure for Con.

sumption is also tho beat

Cough Mediciiie.

If you have a Couch

•without disease of the

Lungs, a few closes are all

you need. But if you ne-

glect this easy means of

safety, tho slight Cough

may become a serious

matter, and several bot-

tles will be required.

CONSUMPTION

CURE

Blck Headache and relievo all tho troubles Inci-

dent to a bilious state of tho system, such as

Dizziness, Nausea, Drowr.luoHS, Distress after

eating. Pale in the Bide, to. While their most

remarkable BUCCOBB has boon shown iu. curing

SICK

Headache, yot Carter's Littlo Liver Pills ara

equally valuable in Constipation, curing ami pre-

venting thieannnyinRcoraplaintwhilo they also

correct all disorders of tho stomach,stimulate tho

liver and regulate tho bowels. Even if they only

HEAD

Ache they won Id be almost priceless to those who

Buffer from thi«di»treB8ingcoiniil;iint; brfl fortu-

nately their goodness doea notend here.and thooo

who once try them will find thooo little pills valu-

able In so many ways that thoy will not bo wil-

ling to do without them. But after alleick head

ACHE

Is tho bane of so nanny lives that here Is where

we make our great bvaj> t. Our pill* cure it while

otters do not.

Carter's Little Liver Pills are very Bmall and

very easy to tike. One or two pills make a dose.

They »re strictly vegetable and do not gripe, or

purge, but by their gentle action please all who

use them. In vials at 25 cents ; five for $1. Sold

by druggists everywhere, or sent by mail.

CARTER MEDICINE CO., New York.

SMALL PILL SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE

u CHICAGO TRUSS.

Ktw Spiral

Spring Truss

J/atd Rubber

Pad; L i ght

Clean, Cool

Durable

cheap. ' Ap-

pro v c -1 by

the blgbest

Medical An

tliority Wind

day and

Durable, -• • u .< j u. •• ..

nlgbt by an Infant a week old or an Arinlt 86

yearn. Easily or factors as the mt>n.

Barefoot women working in the fields

wit!; uncovered heads is the rule on the

Belgian farm, nor is it exceptional to see

a child still too young to be deprived of

maternal watchfullness sitting in a bar-

row conveniently by sharing the attention

dt the mother while she pursues her task.

Such Industry is everywhere apparent,

and yet when coupled with the utmost,

frugality of living, it is an unending

•trogjtle for uii cxisleni'i'. Rents are

high and. provoked doubtless by the com

petition lor holding*, have rapidly ad-

vanced In the past lew years, while upon

the other hand, the flee and unrestricted

•impoi tation of grains from other coun-

tries in which greater areas of land ren-

ders the production cheaper, has practic-

ally killed the Belgian grain tanner's

business. The special adaptability of cer-

tain lands to grain culture, rather than

to the other products, considered lu con-

nection with the rental they must yield

before the profit to the farmer is reached,

has resulted In the surrender of coiisi ler-

able tracts of land by the tenants to their

owners. The land accordingly lies waste.

tiirtainly a singular spectacle In a c>un-

Cy wliich h;is an average population ot

live hundred to every equate mile of its

territory. That two evils accrue from

this unfortunate condition is apparent]

namely, that not only is the farmer de-

prived of the occupation of his choice,

tut he at oiioi bt-nnmml :1 111 Jl.l i tor ol

those engaged in the manufacturing pur-

suits, among whom he seeks employment

In view, however, of the extent of the

United .States, and the diversity of her In-

dustries, by which the products of one

section of ll.e countiy find a mure prolit-

able market in another section than can

be touud ubroad, it becomes interesting

DOt merely to truce tlie causes of unsatis-

factory industrial conditions nbro.id, but

it is wise to avoid their Invitation.

There is no employment In connection

with Belgiau industries which yields

more than one-halt the wages paid to

American artisans engaged at similar

work, and beyond Uiis even the ore and

coal mines are worked to a considerable

extent by women, girls—mere children,

whose labor is employed because it may

be hid for a pittance. It is worthy ol

note that the morals of the women and

children employed ID the f

all our subsci b rs, and therefore request

all, whether in city or country, to enclnpe

the. amount tlM n a lette 1 ', with th.ir

several signatures. 1 '

Symptoms of Heart Disease.

heart* are as common as

diseased lungs, kidneys or stomach,

but fir less understood. The symptom-

are shortness of breath, when sweeping,

eic, oppression in the chest, faint, weak

or hungry spells, dreaming, pain or

tenderness in the side, swelling feet,

dropsy, etc. Tho unnatural ciiculatiou

of tlie blood iu the Kings, stomach, kid

ney, liver and brain causes other symp-

toms. The only reliable remedy for the

heart yet discovered is Dr. Miles' New

Cure. Try it and be convinced. Sold

by Ebeibach & Son.

The Canadian potato crop bids fair to

be a good one thus far.

Woman as a Martyr.

History records the sufferings of count-

less martyrs, and we read of them with

wonder and sympathy. But there aie

living to-day iii our miil-t thousands of

other martyrs who have far stronger

claims upon our consideration—women

who are sufferers from those ailments

peculiar to their sex, our wives, daugh-

ters and sisters, perhaps whose lives are

unremitting rounds of suffering. "Is

there no relief?" they cry. Ye- 1 , there

is; Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription

will remove that ''dragging-down" feel-

lug, will banish that backache, will re-

st, lie every function to its normal condi-

tion. To all sufferers from female com-

plaints—anil their mime 1- Legion—we

say: get the "Prescription" at once; it

will be worth far more than its weight in

gold to you.

"Have you O' liNmith's 'Greece'?' 1 wns

asked of a clerk in a store in which hooks

and miscellaneous articles were so'dj

"No," said the clerk, reflectively, "we

haven't Goldsmith's G'eise, but we have

some splendid hair oil."

Prudence! Prudence!

In me llcation, as in aught el.se, prudence

should be nurgulde. Yet thousands east It to

the winds. Kvery new nostrum tln.N Its

patrons, the medical empirics of every false

Bchool have their gulls. Every change In

the gamut of humbug Is rung RucceHsriilly—

for a time at least—tbe notes tielntc furnished

by the credulous. In happy contrast to the

many advertised imp istures of tlie day stands

ItO8letter'» Btorraeh Bitters, now In Us third

decude ot popularity, approved and recom-

mended t>y physicians, Indorsed by the press

of many hinds. Hough! and pniied by Invalids

everywhere. It IH an ascertained ppeclflofor

and prerentlve of malarial diseases, ehronir

Indigestion, liver complaint and constipa-

tion, checks the growth of rheumatism and

neuralgia, 1^ a peerle«n invlgnrant and useful

diuretic. Nervmn people benefited by It.

Pai is has a wonderful well 2,359 feet

deep, out of w'lieli hot water gushes to

the height of IN feet.

Women With pale, r hirlrss !:'..••

who feel weak and illscourajred, will r-eeive

both menial and bodily vlyor by using (,'ar-

ter's Iron Pills, which are made lor the blood,

nerves ami complexion.

Pears' Soap

Fair white hands,

Bright clear complexion

Soft healthful skin.

" PEARS'--Tlie Great English Complexion SOAP,—Sold Everywhere."

DONT SCOLD

a man for groaning when he has

Kheumatism or Neuralgia. The pain

is simply awful. No torture in the

ancient times was more painful than

these twin diseases. But—oughtn't

a man to be blamed if, having Rheu-

matism or Neuralgia, he wont use

Ath-lo-pho-ros, when it has cured

thousands who have suffered in the

same way ? It has cured hundreds

after physicians have pronounced

them incurable.

"The skill of fire phrBidann could not

enre nin of Rhi"uui«ti«in wliii-li l""l Mttled

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Summary of the Week.

THE NEWS FROM ALL. PARTS.

CONGRESSIONAL.

Tin: b II api roprlal »g H90,8J8 io aid the yel-

low Cover sufferers waa p:issi>(i in the Senate

on tlm "J A resolution wus adopted author-

izing Mr. Hull's Committee mi i' vil-Servlce

Reform to contlnu 00* ilurini? the re-

cess. A resolution wafe Introduced requesting

the President to neyo i.ue treaties with the

Governments of Kr.Kland and Mcx.co for the

exi lus:on ol Cb oe«e lal orers from the North

Amer.can continent aibl for the prevention of

their entrance into Hie in ted states — In

tho House tli • Sin it • bill allowing persons

who huve sbittdeaed or relinquished their

homcsteuil entries to m:ilie other entries was

passed.

SKNATUK IIOAK (Man.) introduced ablll In

the Senate on tho 8d provld Dg that the certifi-

cates and lists of votes for President and

Vicc-Prosident shall be forwarded to the Sen-

ate afier the second Monday In January on

which the elector* shall trive tlielr votes. Sen-

ator Allison (Iu.) repurt* u a substuue for the

Mills Tariff bill, wh.icli was placed on the cal-

endar and ordered to be printed. Be announood

that he would call up thn b:ll for consideration

ontheBtli. Senator Sherman (O.), in speaking

on the bill said it contained a positive, unques-

tionable reduction of revenues to the extent ol

178,688,000; that it enlarged the free list by

adding to it cirtuin article* which could not be

produced In this country and that there was

not a single Item In the bill which discrimin-

ated between sections of the country. In

speaking on the charge that Government

officials hail been oollad upon for campaign

contributions Senator Hawley (Conn.) said

that if it was true that Mr. Cleveland had sent

110,000 to a pol.tical committee he had com-

mitted a cr.me punishable by line or by impris-

onment or both... In the House no business

of importanco was transacted.

THE bill relat ngto the classification of post-

offices and adjusting postmasters' salaries was

taken and passed in the Senate on the 4th.

The majority and minority reports on the

Tariff bill were sulnniile.1 and ordered

pr ntcd. Adjourned to the 8th In the House

the time was occupied in clisrus-ing the con-

ference report on the Deficiency bill, and the

report was reject il.

THE Senate was not In session on the 5th.

In the House a conim fee was aprolnted

to investigate the work dons on the Washing-

ton aqueduct tunnel. Tbe b 11 appropriate

$185,&'O lor completing the Improvement and

drojdging oi the St. C.air flats ship canal was

reported. At the even tig less on twenty-seven

private pension bills were passed. Adjourned

to the 8th.

DOMESTIC.

TnE statement of tho public debt issued

on the 1st showed tho total debt to bo tl,-

717,4S9,s:3S; cash in Treasury, JHO,444,845;

debt less casli in Treasury, {1,141,976,667.

Decrease dur ng September, *l:2,i47\{r£±

Decrease since June :IO. J8S8, C3,TW,00ft

ISAAC BJFTKR, a peddler, vv.is attacked

by three bull-dofrs while enter.tig a farm-

house near Harrisburg, Pa,, on the 1st to

sell goods and was fatally bitten.

JACOB KAII.II while intoxicated on the

2d committed suicide by hanging at Fort

Wayne, Ind. He was :i wealthy bachelor,

and no cause could be assigned.

KLINE'S pljuiin^-mill, Jioith & Shea's

mills and a dwelling house at Altoona, Pa.,

were destroyed by an incendiary fire on

the 2d.

WILLIAM H. SMITH and Caper West-

jorfor were struck by lightning and killed

on the 2d near Kvansvillo, In I.

JAMKS MI CiiATii, Po-ter Trcgunsi and

Andrew Olson were drowned on the 3d

near BHM Fim Ma i>y u.u mmrmtmim^ »NN-I;I.I.V, awa'tlnj trial at

Salem. Mass., for highway robbery, com-

mitted suicide in his eell on the 3d by

hanging himself with a towel.

TIIK Ohtoago Board of Trado was the

scene of int inse excitement again on the

3d, December uii •» reaol>iagfl.l&

VIBQIXJA'S State exposition opened at

Richmond on the :U with twenty thousand

visitors. Speeches were made by Gov-

Lee and other-.

THX American Bakers' Association met

In annual session on the 3J at Cincinnati.

Tin: oourt-hou c, with most of the

recor.ls, and the jail of Sac County, la.,

was bnrne 1 ai Bac City on the 3d. A

prisoner named Charles Carlson was

thought to have perished in tbe flames.

THE American Beekeeper* 1 Association

met on the 3J at Columbus, O., with about

half the * ates and Canada represented.

PRAIHII: tires were reported raging on

the 3d near Eld ridge, I). T., and the citi-

zens were fighting to save the town.

THE Nation;;! Association of Railroad

Freighc Agents was organized at St. Louis

on the 3d, and L. W. Crawford was elected

president.

Duniaa the twenty-four hours ended on

the 3d there were 78 new cases of yellow

fever at Jacksonville, Pla., ami 8 deaths

from the disease were reported. Total

—•u's to ijate "S'.m- tut ill deaths, 270.

Poor Hut Holiest.

Charlie Sullivan Is a poor but In,not

Iri>ii l.ii], win., while walking down

Washington street, found » wallet <

tatnlog check • at id money ti. the tfclue of

several hundred dollars. Although al-

most destitute, he returned it to its own-

era, Messrs. A. i». Ordway >k Co., pro-

prietors of Siilplmr Bitters, who BaTe

liim a liberal reward, and RISO gave him

six bottles of Bulphur Bitters tor his

mother, who baa been n terrible sufferer

with vliemnatism, and who returned

many blessings alter being cured by their

U80.— "Weekly World.

••«-

Lobsters are said to thrive well On tlie

California const.

Literary Tfotcs.

J. T. Tiowbriil>rt\ .Miriruet Siilnev.

Siisii'i Coolliijce aud Kev. CtMrbfiR. T '-

lot, nil have written serial l>»ile* I I

Wide Awake fur 1889.

Amonjr the frontispieces prepmlna lot

Wide Awiilce lor 18B9 are liortrniN ot

J.ilin Bar rough nl twenty, Mr* Helen

Hunt Jackson In her vounpr "' niiinliooil,

"Pet M njoiir," Sir Wilier BCH'K Inm-

ou- little frrentl, mid I/uly Ralerjh, tin-

wife of .Sir Walter Raleigli.

" Daniel Webster 111 His NcwHinip-

sulre Home.'' by Mi-s Amn»da li. Hnrrls

in the October "Wide Awake, gtws four

portraiti new before engraved : Web-

sier 88 a voting man hf tu city two 11 niii

the mil)iitiu first love,

ilrare Fletcher; the beautiful Grace

Fletcher some] eat s after nmiriaiie; Julio

Taylor, Webster's steward; and Aine's

lull-length sketch in oil of Welister ay» enjoy. An.!

this year even the boys don't skip the political

news.

The Politician aljrayit rcodi the C icago Daily

News!* • ...il paper, and wht^hcr

he likes its Independent views or not, he wants to

know the truth, H " upportt" his particular

party "organ, " but when he wantt co\d/acts he

ro&cU tb* CiflOAOO DAILY NKWS.

Wff

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The GirU al! read tht- Chicago Da:'-,

because they're pptciatly intrrc'tc;'

gossips about fashfcm and home mattrrx, to ^ y

nothing about the excellent serial it or

running.

The Fos. Office fttviem, says : " Nearly rvtrybody who reads the English language in, around and about Chtcajo, reads the Chics [jo Daily Newt. 1 '

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MUCH USEFUL INFORMATION FROM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF THE

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CHOICE OF B0T7TES to and from the Pacific Coast and intermediate places

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For Wbulcule and Retail Tr.de. We y.

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G. P. & T. Agent

ChiCAEO.

W. HAYB!S.

L'I.. Anu Arbor.

To etlo, Aon Arbor & North Michigan

Rail way.

TIME SCHKDULB.

To take effect at 12 o'clock, noon, on Sun-

day, September SOtli, 1888.

Trains ran by Standard Time.

GOING NORTH.

STATIONS.

Toledo

Manhattan Junction.

Alexle

Samaria

vionroe Junction

Dundee

Azalia

Milan

Urania

Plitslield

Ann Arbor

[.elan

Whitrnore Lake

Howell

Diiraud

Coronna

l)WOH»0

* ^Wtfvo Junction .

Ilha.a

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Farweil

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3 90

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STATIONS.

Cadillac

Kurwell

Mt. Pieaitaut

Alma

Rt, Imils

Ithica

liwoaso Jnnction

OWIMU

Cornnna

Durand

Rnwell

Whitmore Lake

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I.'rania

Jfilun

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I'umlee

MOJQI i"- .1 uuction

KaroarU .,

Alexis

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Toledo

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7 ".'

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9 05

9 17

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11 40

11 47

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NOUTHBi'UND. STATIONS. SOUTHBOUND.

Truin K Tniln 6

A. a. A. M.

B Ij Ar Wordens Ar. t

S :to Ar Sooth Lyon Lv. 8 40

C'.mr.e.tlonn: At Toledo, with ri»11ro«d»d!TCT*-

in?; at Manhattan Junction, nilh W heellnc &

Like Erie K. K.; at Alexis Junciior, wi'li .M. f

.,. K., 1.. s. A M. S Ky. »nd f.*f.» R. R; at

Monroe Jjjnctkm, with L. S. & M. S. Ky.; at line-

dee, with L. s. A M. S. liy.. M. * CI. Ky.; ai Hill 1

Junrtlon. with Wabash 8t. Lcn's * Paclllc Hy ;

nt 1'ittffleld, with L.-^. S. M.S. Ky.; at Anu Ar^oi

with Michigan Contra] K. R., nnd at South lo«»

with Delrnlt, U »lnp A Northern K. P., md

Mich. A. L niv of Grand Trunk Ky. A» Him-

hiirs: «lth M. A. Line Division G'ltnd Ttank R'j-

At IInWi-H wiih Di-irolt, Liming & Noiikvrn H>.

v l Durnnd wilt (h CHgi' A G^IM! Trunk K'y sis

Parroil, (JidtO BkvtnA lMllw»ukee h'j. At i'v"-

I- i.Miiitt ' ••' viill Detroit, < rand U.ivc'u A MH«au>

tee 1!'. and M rMt-an Centra 1 H. K. At M. Loni*.

wiih iiitr.ilt. I.i.rpiig* Northern R. K. and -»gl

n.i V ill.-y & ft. Loir* h>y. At A'ma «lt Detro'l

I inslt't- i N rthern H^y At Mt. Pleasant »ltk

Flint A P. re Mirqui-tte R'y

H. «. ASULEY, General Mina«»t.

W. H. BENNETT, A. J. PAIBLBY.

Geu'l. Pufa. A Ticket Acent. Local Agent

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