March 1, 1877 - Buchanan District Library

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March 1, 1877 - Buchanan District Library
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Yearly advertlBingpayableqn demand.
Poetry.
A FA R M FO R SALE.
ADA F- FALMER.
Wo. Have the Largest and Best Selected Stock: of
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An old farm cottngo amonij the trees,
Whose branchea sway in the gentle breeze,
Tlie golden sunlight drifting through,
’Itid loaves o f brightest, greenish hoe
Tossing the shadows hero and there.
Resting in gleaming patches, where
Amid the grass, sweet flowers spring,
And sweet-voiced birds their carols sing.
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H A T S A N D GAPS,
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A dear home-place, and I looked again.
In tho distance I saw the’spring grain
'Waving in billows with the brccfcO,
Like peaceful flowers o f summer sens,
While the dancing steps of a streamlet's flow,
Left a gleaming line ’cross the meadow low,
And the hazy hush o f a summer day
Q’er all the quiet landscape lay.
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F U R N I S H I N G
G O O D S ,
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“ A farm forsale.” Yes, the words wero there
In great chalfc letters that seemed to stare
As I'gazed at eaelr crooked, straggling line,
Marked out upon the rough board sign.
“ A.farm for sale.” . Why sell the farm?
Has it need o f a father^ strong right arm ?
Have hands grown tired o f plow and sickle,
Or wearied hearts grown cold and fickle ?
BUCH AN AN ,
AND ARB 8KU.TNG AT
PRICES TO SHIT THE TIMES.
WB ARK SOLE AGENTS FOR
Burt’s Shoes and Baldmifs Boots,
Has ambition her apple o f discord east
In tho midst o f a sweet content now past?
Jarred tho heart-music with whisperings of
gold.
Visions of riches, with splendors untold ?
Has the: world's, proud show with delusive
wings,.
Shadowed the Jots which the farm life brings V
W hy sell the farm ? Have dancing feet
Whose pattering sound made music sweet.
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WHICH ARB WARRANTED TO OIVB;
E N T IR E S A T IS F A C T IO N .
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rjTREMONT HOUSE, Bno nnan, Mich.
W E A R E N O W FU LLY PREPARED TO
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Dressing, Matching and
Sticlcin g.Mo uId ing,
K. A. & G. M* S.Mixa^ Proprietors.
R . S O B E R , M . 3}., E o lo o tio F h y -
* • eician and Surgeon. Oflico ami residence, IlUl's
Cornera. Berrien Co., Mich.
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H O U S E , T h r e e Onks,
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D. T .B ojimkrsoheim, Proprietor. This house has
changed proprietors, changed its name, been thoroughly
repaired and refitted, anti every effort will be made by its
present manager to earn and sustain: for it a reputation
a first*class hotel. Good stables in connection with
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'SPENCER & BARNES,
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shortnotice.
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B. PETTITT, M. D m HomeopatMo
• Physician and surgeon. Special attention paid to
chronic diseases^ Office and Tesideuco vtthM.C I r^ver,
Bridgman,Mich.
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his USusto and from the Railroad trains and Hotels,
so to any part oi the village. Pare only 25 ceuts, innding baggage.
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• Surgeon,. Office over Emery &Smith’s Drug Store 05
Residence north stdo of Galien, 3dich.;
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C. COEXiINS, dealer in Amer-
ican: and Italian Marble, Monuments, Headstones* t=H
Tablets, 4c., of; latest-designs. Office and. works,Murray
block,, 2d street,, Niles, Mich, You will find it to your I P
adrantage to give Mr;, Collins a call. He is also prepared H
to clean and repair marble, restoring old dilapidated’
stone to.its original beauty and texture
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B . C H T J R C H II iL , d e a le r i u Cloelcs,
• Watches,, Jewelry, Spectacles,
Also, repairing
done to order; All work warranted. Store, fourth door,
north of tbe Bank/Main street, Buchanan, Mich.
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This old and favorably known 'Hotel is stillnnder
lie management of Mrs. DeField 4 Son, who will spare
aoeffortsto/maintaina first. class.Hotel at the County
Beat.,
X ] S. DODD, M. D,, physioian & in rgoon. Specialatteniion given to chronicdlseases.
Office first floor o f ‘‘Eecord Brick.” Beaidenco on Bay’s,
M ID W IFE R Y !
M . P I iIM PT ON, attorney & oonn• selloratLaw,andSolicitorin.Chancery. Officeon
jonth side Fn>nt Street, over. Redden, t .Graham’s store,
Buchanan, Berrien Co.,Mich.
MRS. M ARIA DUTTON,
M ID W IF E A N D N U R S E .
LvenaOjeastflide,Buchanan.Hich.
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Particular attentionpaidtb.the diseases of women and.
children.
Residence on Front Street,'near the corner o f Portage
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XJAGI aE HOTEL, Berrien Springe. street, Bucbanao, Mich,
! (near the Court House)havingchanged proprietors,,
has been newly furnished thronghont. The. utmost care
Tillhe taken to provide for the-convenience and com* cnof guests, a . good stable in connection with the
jotel.. Otis Reed,Proprietor.
Harness Makers, Boot Makers,
Manufacturers?* Builders,
"P & A . H , Summit Lodge No. 192
will find all kinds of
A • holds a regular meeting evory Monday evening on.
er before the full of tho moon, in each month.
LEATHER AND RUBBER GOODS,
P # & A , H« The regular coznmnnioa®
A t J. S. TuttI e’s, N i Ies. Mich.
E dwin Morgan,, W . M,.
B . B . H arvrr, 8eo.
B.ELTINQAND BDILD1NQ MATERIALS,
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tlonsof Buchanan Xodgo No. 68 are heldatMasonio:
Hall in this,villagQ,. on Priday evoning on or before the
fall of' the. moon, in enck month.
SsthSmith, W..M.
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J. P. Binss, Sec.
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E . MoXiIN, M. D», homeopathio
A T 9 P E R C E N T .,
• Physician and Surgeon.. Special attention paid to
chronic diseases, Office and Residence on Portagestreet On long lime, In sums ot not. loss than'$l,000, on farm
second housesouth of Front street.
and City property.
Apply to
/IJ,ALIEN HOUSE, Galien, MieR.-
2. P, Ridding, Proprietor. Under entirely new
management. Every arrangement made for the convoneatond comforof guests. Chargesreasonable..
G EORGE & PFLECER ,
A l t y ’ tf a t L a w .
S O U T H BFN 1>. IN B
T O. O. T.“ The regular meetings of
* • Buchanan Lodge No. 75 are held at* their hall, in
Buchanan,, on Tnosday evening of each weok, at 7
e’clocfc. Transient brethren in goodatanding: arocordi­
ally invited to attend.
J. W..Smitit, N. G.
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M . L V I X S O N ; .d e n t i s t . O ffic e f irs t
” • door north, of tho Bank; Charges reasonablo and
atiefaction guaranteed.
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Justice of the Peace,
N o ta r y
P u b lic ,
Insurance & Collection Agency
Represents a number, of! tho leading and most reliabl
TOHN WEISGERBEB, manufacturer
v of lumber. Custom sawiug.
sawing* done -to order, and at Fire Insurance Companies in. the. united States. A1
reasonable rates.: Cush paid.for. all kinds of bolts.. Mill collections attended to and moneys promptly, remitted
Office In Howe’s Block,, south aids of. Front Street
on South. Oak Street, Buch»nani.Mich'.
nah*n»Q. Mioh.
VAN
K I P E K & H I N M A N , A tto rn e y s
and Counsellors atXaw, and Solicitors in Chancery’
Collections* mado and proceeds promptly remittedr
Office. Second floor.:Howe’s Block. Buchanan. Mich.;
H A M I L T O N , lic e n s e d a u c t io n e e r
l l • Will attend to all calls promptly, and.selhat as
rsasonableratea: as any other good auctioneer in the
sounty. Resldenceand P.O.address.BuchAnan.Mich;
F E D H O U S E , O . R e e d ) P r o p r ie to r .
Berrien Springs. ilich. Good Lverylin conneotlon,
with the honao.
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A lectureon the.nature, treatment; and radical cure of
SemlnalTYeakness, or Spermatorrhcba; induced, by Self*
Abuse, Involuntary Emissions, Impotency, Neryom De'
E D U E N - & G R A H A M , d e a le r , iu
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pacity, Ao.— By ROBERT, JV CUDYERWELL; M. D ,
Michauthor of the ‘‘Green Book/’- <t*c.
The world-renowned author;in this admirable Lecture,
B A K E R , M i l l w r i K i t a n d B u i l d - clearly.proves
from- his- own experience that tho awful
or Xorbin'e Water1Wheela warranted Id power consequences of Self-Abuse may be effectually removed
>any other wheels fnnee. Residence, Bakertown. without medicine,.and.without dangerous surgical operaicooddre9s. BachanaD.Mlcb.' r ^
tions. bongles, instruments, rings, or cordials; pointing
onta mode of cure., at once certain and effectual, by
which overy sufferer, no matter;what bis condition may
& W . W . S M I T H , d e a le r* iu .t a p le be.'may'cure himself cheaply, privately and radically.
■^mThi$ Lecture .V)p.lprove, a loon to thousands and
• and1'Taney' Groceries,^rjOThlona and Crockery.
thousands: -„■*
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nT H J OHLYBRIF.lLIi MRBIOAL' CO.,* V ?1
i l iaii ft., New Tork; Peat Oflse Bex 4511.
as if I was losing y ou ; as if this was thorn called at Opal’s, and left his
card, for he found her out. Then
to bo our last good-bye.”
“ N onscnso!” 'and with another kiss what more natural than he should See
he Was gone, while Opal gazed on him how Nellie was after her dissipation ?
for the last time— at least saw for the H e found her at homo, blushing,
last time the man who loved her as lie charming, full o f gratitude for the
loved no other woman.
pleasure o f the ball, and winning, as
Mr. Garthorn sauntered leisurely only those childish, women with big
along, intending to take a hansom blue eyes can be.
down to the Strand, when ho remem­
H er father was in the shop ; so
bered that as he was alone lie might they were alone, and before Montague
call for Archer at his lodgings. In­ knew what he was doing, he had avow­
stead o f taking a cab, he resolved to ed his passion to Nellie, and she, had
go by train to Gower street, where his confessed that she was very fond o f
friend lived. I f Opal only knew what him, and o f balls at W illis’s R oom ,
would como Of that little railway
Opal, driving in the Park, was
journey no earthly power would have straining her eyes to see the beloved
prevented her going with Montie to form o f Montague Garthorn among
the theater- He was thinking it was the crowd o f men leaning over the
a bother to go to the play, as it was railings.
sure to be hot, and it would have been
D a y after day M r. Garthorn spent
much cooler in the back drawing-room with Opal, and evening after evening
with Opal.— Here his thoughts were with Nellie. Opal was so sweetly
interrupted and the carriage door was kind to him, sang and played for him,
opened, and a young girl pushed in. declared that something must be
A girl with magnetic golden hair that wrong, and besought him to have con­
seemed to make a halo round her head, fidence in her and to tell her his
and saucer, blue eyes, and a mouth trouble. In reply he kissed her, told
like a Cupid’s how. N ellie W vlde, her not “ to worry, and that she was a
the second woman who loved M on­ foolish girl.”
A n d directly his duty
tague Garthorn, met him now for the visit was over, he rushed to N ellie’s
first time, with her bright baby-face house, where she met him with bright
covered with blushes, and with her eyes, merry repartee, kittenlike ca­
tiny hands held ont to him to help her resses. She really was very lova b le;
Strayed up into life, and, one by one,
h
it on to the seat a large parcel she and it was no' wonder that this man,
Passed out at the little gate, to come
had with her.
who so loved being made so much of,
Again no more, as in days o f old.
Has e’en the baby—last o f the fold—
“ I t is a now dress that I have- fancied she was more Worthy o f such
Twined womanhood upon her brow.
bought at W estbournc G rove,” she love as he had to give, than the wo­
And taken the holy marriage vow,
told him, “ and I am going to sit up man who would have died for him.
'With the blessing o f her love to ehocr'
And sanctify a home more dear.
to make it to go to a ball.”
Things could not last much longer
H
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was
charmed
with
the
simplicity
like
this. Opal wondered why he did
TVhy sell the farm ? Is there a grave
not come o f an evening, and asked
In that shadowed spot where the willows wave? o f the child, as he considered her, and
Has death cut deep through the verdant sod—
condescendingly asked her her ago.
him to spend the following Monday
A spirit winged its fligh t to God ?
“
Seventeen,
soon,”
she
answered.
with her, as she would be alone. H e
Has she most blessed, dearest, best—
A n d then all the color seemed to die could not re fu s e : so all day Sunday
Even the mother lain down to rest?
Has the light from those gentle cyesno w fled— one o f her cheeks and leave her very
he spent with Nellie, wandering about
The light o f that soul—is the mother dead ?
pale. H e watched her for some time, Kensington G ardens; then to church
A h l how-will heads girdled by thorns of care and then her merry voice broke his
with Mr. W ylde, and a delightful B o ­
Rest in dreams on the soft moss, where
reverie b y s a y in g :
hemian supper in the shop parlor.
Swept by child curls in the long ago,
“ I have been i l l ; this is the first Afterwards came the good-night; and
Gome3 the echoing sound o f the brooklet’s
flow.
time I have been out. Father would M ontague told Nellie he could not
And hack irom the summit o f many years
scarcely let me co m e ; but I wanted come the following day, because he
W ill they gaze w-ith eyes that are dimmed
m y dress so m u ch ;” and then, with­ had to see a cousin o f h is; and then
with tears*
And their hearts grow faint and checks turn out waiting for any remark from M r.
he went on to say that these happy
pale,
Garthorn, she asked i f he had ever days must end, as lie was going away
A s a vision sweeps by. “ A farm for sale.”
been to a ball, and what they were for a long time, and would only come
like.
once more to say good-bye. The blue
Storv.
‘ Y es, child, many.
Good-bye. eyes filled with tears, the tiny hands
This is my station."
rustled up into the air, and with a
“ I t i3 mine, to o ," H ellie answered; wild scream she threw herself upon
H IS T W O L O V E S.
“ and father said he would meet me the stairs, sobbing, “ M ontie, you can­
not, shall not leave m e!”
Two, and Montague Garthorn loved and carry my parcel hom e.”
W
hat
less
could
M
ontague
do
than
“ Darling, I must.”
them both. I t does not seem possible,
to
assist
her
to
alight
and
carry
her
“ B u t you said you loved m e !”
nevertheless it is true ; and, stranger
“ God know3 how much, my dar­
still, they both loved him. H e was parcel up stairs ? and then, not find­
n ot worthy o f half the good things the ing any one waiting for her, he could ling ; blit I must leave you, for I am
Fates showered on him with such lav­ do no less than to offer to carry it in honor bound to marry my cousin
ish hands; but who in this world ever home. A n d in that little walk how O pal.”
N ellie did not receive this announce­
get their deserts ? It Is a thoroughly his heart went out to this child, who
false theory that virtue brings it own had not an idea beyond tho m om ents ment haughtily, w ith . pride, or with
rew ard; long ago it might, but now pleasure, who found life so bright, al­ despair, but threw lierself down'at
it certainly does not, or Opal Gar- though her father kept a chemist’s M ontague Garthorn’s feet, sobbing
thorn’ s life would have been happier. shop in a back street, and le t’ lodg­ piteously, “ Y o u shall never marry
A s long as Opal cou ld remember she ings. W h y not leave her as she is, her—-the proud la d y y o u showed me
had worshiped her cousin M ontagus happy, young, heart-whole, and in in the P a rk ; bus me, your ow n'loving
A s a child he was h er hero, and as smooth water ? W h y force her into N ellie, who worships you with a devo­
she grew up her ch ie f delight was to stormy weather, when she is now so tion she can never f e e l !”
“ I do believe you love me best, my
be noticed by him. W hen she “ came sa fe ? B u t already the harm is done,
out,” and he seemed to take pleasure and M ontague is fascinated fatally by golden w ig,” he exclaimed, as he
in being with her, her jo y knew no this child, in whose nature there is no caught her in his arms arid kissed her,
bounds ; and at length when he asked depth, and who could never feel any­ promising to call again soon.
Nellie was immediately comforted,
her to be his wife, she could hardly thing, whether o f pain or j o y , with
half
the
keenness
that
Opal
can.
and
before he had got to the end o f
realize that the dream o f her life had
come to p a ss; and he felt as if he . The beautiful blue eyes look with­ the street she was singing to herself
could not do enough to show his love out flinching into his, as she warbles as she cleared the supper things away.
On M onday, Opal dressed herself
for the beautiful girl who had promis- ■ forth an invitation to come and have
supper.
in the dress Montague admired, order­
ed to marry him,
“ W e are not g ra n d ; we only have ed the dishes for dinner he preferred,
M ontague Garthorn was well off,
watercresses
in the shop-parlor.”
and made up her mind to tiy and winand his parents both being dead, he
H e go83 in, and N ellie’ W y ld e ’ s him back, remembering the words o f
had become a “ spoilt child” in all bis
relations’ household, and many a M is ­ father thanks him, and in the back one o f our greatest writers, that “ re ­
tress Garthorn had been anxious to parlor is paradise, the watercresses vived love i3 the strongest.” H e came
in, determined to make the evening
catch this excellent parti for her food for the gods, the theater forgot
daughter. Great was the surprise o f ten, and as he looks at and listens to pleasant to Opal, even to confess to
the Garthorns ‘generally when it was N ellie, Opal, in the cool back draw­ her his flirtation with N ellio—-.to tell
known that he intended making his ing-room, has become a thing o f the her that he had rooted it up, and was
past.
ready to come back to her more devo­
distant cousin Opal his wife.
“ What ball are you going to, Miss ted than e v e r ; but Opal looked so
Opal’ s love fo r him was so unselfish,
strong in her self-possession, so pas­
so womanly (and how m uch deeper is W ylde?”
“ A t A u n t M ary’ s ; their first floor sionless, ,so unsympathetic, that the
a woman’ s lovo than a man’ s can pos­
sibly be I) W hen I say she loved him is empty, and they are going to have image of-N e llie recurred to him as he
with her whole heart, better than life, a dance. Call me N ellie— every one saw her last in her atitude o f worship
my words seem cold and passionless, d o e s ; it seems too grown-np to call at his feet.
“ M ontie, why are you so strange?
and cannot convey the meaning o f me Miss W y ld e .”
, “ That is not a veal h a ll; but i f you Does anything worry you, dear ?”
her devotions.
“ N oth in g.”
W hen he asked her to marry him would like to go to one o f the best
“ B u t I am sure something does.
soon she would n ot listen to him, but balls in London, I will take y o u to
H ave I anything to do with i t ? ”
stipulated fo r another year o f freedom, W illis’ s Room s to morrow night.”
“ N o .”
“ Ob, father, say ye3 ! ” said N ell,
because “ he might see some one he
“ O nly remember,
Montague, i f
liked better,” and with whom he would as she threw her arms round his neck.
there is anything in the world I can
“ I don’ t know what is right to say,”
be more happy. H er delight consist­
ed iu seeing him happy, so she said, ruminated M r. W y ld e ; “ only as you do for you, I will.”
“ W ould you really, Opal ? ” and a
and so she meant, no doubt; but real­ have very little pleasure and no moth­
gleam o f hope came into hi3 face, and
ly she felt such kindness in his entire er, perhaps it would not be any harm.”
So it was settled that beautiful, for the moment he felt inclined to tell
devotion, and ju dged him so b y her­
self, that She never for a moment real­ bright N ellie, was to mako her first her a ll; and then, i f she had only
come towards him instead o f going to
ized the idea o f his loving any one hut entry into London society.
M ontague at last tore himself away the window, he would have made a
her. M ontague Garthorn considered
that, i f he understood one thing thor­ from the enchanted chemist’s shop. clean breast o f it, and saved Nellie
oughly, that thing was h im self; so he N ow came the time to think— to think and himself a sorrowful fortnight.
Opal crossed the room, not even
was annoyed at her doubting him even o f what he had done. O f course, it
in this loving - way, and resolved to was too late to go to the th ea ter; in looking a t him, and, with eyes fixed
prove that no woman o f lures and fact, everything seemed too late, now on the street, said: “ Montague, even
wiles could influence him when he had that the door o f M r. W y ld e ’s house if you love another woman better than
was shut. W h at had he done ? Prom ­ me, I can bear it, and give you up so
the assurance o f Opal’s love.
Opal was standing at the drawing­ ised to take N ellie to a ball, and be readily— for your happiness;” and
room window, gazing into the twilight was engaged to go to a dinner party she turned and smiled one o f her
for her lover, while her mother and with O p a l! W hat should he do ? N ext brightest smiles at him. ■
“ I am but poor company to-night,
father chatted togecher. A t last she morning, Montague knew something
heard his footstep on the Btairs, and must he done ; so he g o t his writing Opal, so good-bye.” A n d before she
materials, and intended to write to could call him back he was gone:
they are together.
“ Opal, will you go to the theater R'ellie; to tell her he could not take “ H ow little she cares for m e ! ” he
to-night? I have promised to’ fmeet her to the b a ll; but directly he began, thought, while she was caring for him
the vision o f those blue eyes filled more than her life.
A rcher there.”
F or a fortnight M r. Garthorn saw
with tears, and the smiling mouth
“ Must you go, M ontie ?”
‘ ‘W ell, dear, I think I m ust, but pouting, was too much for him, so he neither girl.. H e was selfishly unhap­
changed his mind, and wrote briefly p y ; he was in that stato o f mind-that
won’ t you come ?”
. Opal does not want to go, and she to Opal, that unforeseen circumstanc­ he did not know what to do next. He
does not want him to go without h e r ; es prevented him from going out to wished some ■one would take his des­
but: before she has time to make up dinner with her to-m orrow. “ Opal is tiny from ‘ him, and make him do
something. Every - day he thought
her mind what answer to give, her so good natured, she: won’ t mind.”
- mother settles the question by saying H e thou gh t1 little o f her breaking' more o f Nellie and leBS of Opal
The latter wrote him a kind note,
she “ cannot allow Opal to go, as< she heart* though lie thought so much o f
-“ hoping he was not ill ; should papa
tearful blue- eyes.
is tired with a day’s shopping.”
Nellie and M r. Garthorn went to come, and see him ?”
Montague: remained a few minutes
Nellie- wrote: mad letters, beseech^
longer, then rose to take his leave. the ball and en joyed it. Nellie looked
Opal was. dull, felt a leaden weight- at lovely in her fresh white muslin dress- ing him to. come or she would, die.
her" heart. W hat f o r ? — surely n ot, and M ontague’s g ift.o f real flowers. She was i l l ; she was pale; she really
because her lover-'was/going to^meet a W hen he left her at home- he longed ■was dying; She:could, never see him
man at the theater. He^rtheless^slie for th e’ m om ent, when he. .should see moye.if.he-.did-not come. :■
-H e sat down to answer . .these let­
could not'throw the gioom :bfi;‘ and as ' her-next-. On h ie xeturnvhe lou n A a
she bade., him'good-by.er. steaVsVfose to letter, from Opal, fu ll o f tender regrets- ters, andjfelt relieved when-t.h'ey. were
, her eyes, and- seemefl- tor.tremblo in at his absence, and.the ’assUrance-of. finished.
her-voice ;-‘sq. much so;thatTeven M o m ■her love. H e - resolved, rfever to see
’ Opal received hers by the last;post,,
tie, the,m ostiunobservant■o f ^men,'no­ N ellie again;’ j|nd'-to.-'imany^Opalja?:- and . when she saw the well "known
^writing she took it up' to’ her room to
ticed them^ and was,’ more affectionate soon as Epossiblef - ,H o w ; eiwy,
TSft l i
I- a
C . . ' j'S
m
a
k
e
.resolutions,
at
■
night,
iv
’andrRowi
:readsat;:alone. It.-w as-nonly a'short'
. in manner. ^.
.
««d t*
•: “ You are tired, Opal, ’my,child.; goAAVM1 ^ - ^
»’ A
h - i.
“ It ii not that, Montie; tiitT feel
.hotV^andi’jBhe.-1' perceived;! ft .was in-a.
^school-girl band. It
‘ ' “ Owir - D iiiLiK d
— Yolir
broken-hearted golden wig is pale, ill,
languid and dying. I f you don’ t see
her soon it will be too late, and you
can only put flowers in her coffin, and
bid her a last adieu. Do, do, do come
to your loving
N e l l ie .”
The address: was in full on the let­
ter, and in one moment Opal saw it
all. How Mr. Garthorn had sent her
this letter by mistake; how this letter
was from some one to him; and she
realized that in truth he had found
some one whom he loved more, and
consequently would make him-happier.
Her resolution was made. Her love
was no use if it was selfish.
Next morning she wrote to Mon­
tague, asking for a. moment’ s conver­
sation that afternoon. Then she went
to Nellie’s home.— She rather won­
dered at the appearance o f the house,
but fancied the lady might only be
staying there. Blooming, blue-eyed
Nell opened the door, and Opal asked
for Nellie.
“ Why, I am Nellie. What do you
want ?”
■ “ I want you to come home with me.
Mr. Garthorn will be at our house
this afternoon.”
,
‘ W ill he, really ? Then he has not
given me up; as father said. A n d I
was so unhappy because he had gone
away from me to marry his cousin.”
“ Never mind about the cousin, N el­
lie. lie loves you, and you on ly;
and now you will see him very Boon.”
“ I must put on a pretty dress, to
see him in, Miss-------”
“ Garthorn.”
“ Oh, you are his sister. How kind
o f him to send you for me !” and she
trotted away to try and smooth her
golden hair.
When Opal arrived home with N el­
lie she hurried her into the drawingroom, and waited herself outside the
door until she heard Montague com­
ing up. Then she brought him into
the room, saying:
“ Montie, dear, I have brought lit­
tle Nellie to you. You see I have
found out your secret,- and am so glad
to make you happy.1— Good-bye for
the present.”
And with a ringing laugh Opal ran
up stairs only to throw herself on her
bed in a paroxysm o f grief.
In the drawing-room Montague
Garthorn was supremely happy with
the woman who he deemed loved him
best.
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R IS E AXI> SING,
A method by which persons with short mem­
ories may sing songs which have been partly
forgotten, and also supply rhymes, is suggested
by the following;
Oil, if I had a lumty turn lumty turn too
In the land of tho olive and fig,
I would sing o f the lumti turn lumti to you
And play on the thing umy-jig.
And if in the lumty turn battle I fall,
A tumti turn’s all that I crave ;
Oh, bury me deop-in the wbat-yon-may call,
And plant thingumbobs over my grave.
Disease o f the Throat. •
BY V.
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is destroyed, and that by means tg
do not debilitate. W e never persuf
patients to employ us, or bold':!
any encouragement o f a case withp
a reasonable hope o f Success.
W e shall make our visits regurlai
for years, and will be for consultati
upon all diseases o? tbe lungsi, thro|
heart, nerves, blood, etc., on our n|
visit at Niles, Clifton House, on ~
urday and Sunday, March 17th
18th.
Hundreds throughout the country
are suffering from various affections
o f the throat. Some are only dis­
turbed during the changeable weather
o f winter and spring, while others are
A Two-Shilling Offer.
troubled more - or less, most o f the
Yesterday
forenoon a man seen
time. In some instances an affection
a
livery
rig
and
drove around toj
o f the throat will exist for a long time
without getting in upon the lungs. at a furious rate, as i f his sole obj
Notwithstanding this slow progress was to k ill tbe horse instead o f t;
in some cases, we do not believe there ing a ride. H e smashed a wheel
is one case out o f ten that will not, if the buggy while-driving on Woodwi
left alone, gradually grow worse, avenue, and, after getting a scantl
eventually reach the lungs, and end under the axletree bo that the vebij
could be driven on three wheels^
in consumption.
yq
The ‘symptoms in chronic diseases called to a boy and said:
“ Here, boy, you drive this rig b
o f the throat are many, and vary ac­
em
cording to the nature and locality of to tbe stable and
bthe disease. Among the symptoms thrown out, had eight ribs brok f 1
o f this ailment is an alterative of the and that I was taken to the hospi
voice, its tone not as clear as us­ in a back. D o this, and I will g 1 ?
ual, a slight irritation or tickling sen­ you two shillings.”
“ I can’t tell a lie— not for t
sation in the throat with more o r less
dryness,* giving rise, to a hacking, shillings,” replied the boy.
“ They won’t hurt you ,” p r o te s fe
hemming, or an .endeavor to clear the
throat o f something which is felt to the man.
“ I know they won’t ; but w henbe an obstacle to full and free utter­
ance, On attempting to speak there told ’ em you’ d broken eight ribs, a hi
will be an inability to produce a prop­ they, believed it, I ’ d feel that it wai -T
er 'sound, until the throat has first mighty mean man who wouldn’t pg~
a boy a shilling a rib for lying,!
been cleared.
Loud or long talking or reading right in the middle of a hard wintf
produces cough, irritation or dryness too !” — Detroit Free Press.
o f the throat. In the first stages
there is no .expectoration. Passing
Isconiirehenslble.
from a warm to a cold atmosphere or
They were sitting on the front port
room, produces difficulty in breathing,
enjoying the evening air, and gazi
and in advance stages gives rise to
at the canopy o f heaven, thickly stc
more or less cough ; the Bame ■symp­
ded with glittering stars.
toms follow an exposure to dust, or
“ Howincomprehensible,” exclaimg/?
when walking against the wind.
In
Mr. Posonby, “ Is the vastness o f i [fcold or damp weather, the .symptoms
tu re! Each glittering orb of t ^
are generally more aggravated, the
myriads we now behold is a sun nff |S
person liable to. take coldTSbm the
glorious than our own, and the ce ;>■
slightest exposure. Sometimes the
ter of a grand planetary system, a i.
symptoms disappear entirely, but re­
their centers in their turn revol p
‘‘A Small-Pox Kuss.^
turn again on contracting a cold. It
around other centers still more ms fj"
Yesterday, says the Pittsburgh may thus go on disappearing and re­ nificent.
How wonderful are t
Leader; on the train which leaves Hast turning, the patient meanwhile being eternal laws which hold this univer ill
Liberty shortly after eleven o’ clock, in comparatively comfortable health, o f worlds in their unchanging orbi
was a rather dilapidated-looking col­ until the disease has made consider­ and— ”
“ Yes,” said Mrs. Posonl
ored individual as a passenger. No able progress. There is often a tired “ and I ’ m just certain that salt h a
notice was taken o f the dusky travel­ feeling about the throat, a feeling will spoil before morning.* Did yi|
er until the conductor came into the o f discomfort or uneasiness along to­ order those mackerel!”
ward evening. In the early part of
car and stated to an acquaintance:
the day the tired feeling about the
“ See that darkey?”
throat is not noticed, as the voice or­
Errors are the children o f igne
“ Yes.” .
ganshave had a chance to recover ance. The man who is born in po|
“ Well, he’s a small-pox nurse—
nursed Baily who died at Homewood.’ their power, by rest during the night-. erty and educated to economy •shot
The comments were few but there In the beginning of the disease no never wed a woman of fashion, wf:
was an immediate scramble among such symptoms are felt, but as it pro­ has no idea o f the cost or value']
those seated nearest to the nurse, gresses these symptoms show them­ money- The woman who wants:!
while the more timid retreated to the selves every evening, then earlier and home in the sweet, honored, lovls
platform arid held an indignation earlier until 'the voice is clear only for acceptance o f the term, should nev|
meeting. This proceeding aroused a ’ short time in the morning. The marry a drunken spendthrift. T|
the ire o f the colored person, who voice becomes more rough, hoarse, woman who prefers being a butteri!
took it exceedingly ill that he should and sometimes completely destroyed. to the honored queen o f her houa
be shunned by his fellow-passengers Sometimes the individual will be able hold, should never marry. Marriail
because of his vocation, and he alight­ to • speak a sentence in an audible is beautiful when those who engageM’?
ed from the gar upon, its arrival at, voice, while the next one will be in a it can think more of the inside -tbp^
the depot with ill-disguised express­ whisper, or the audible articulation the outside life. “Where two perso|
may be cut off in the midst .of a sin­ can wait, work, harmonize and assf
ions of disgust.
But he wa3 heard from again. L a ­ gle word. Thus the disease may go each other, it is well for them to do‘ s|
ter in the day it was alleged that on for some time, but gradually the Where they cannot, it is wrong :
symptoms increase, tire general health, them to destroy each others’ livepl
while employed at the house o f Mr.
Bailey he had purloined several ar­ if not previously affected, becomes Tho patient, educated captain del
ticles o f jewelry, and, an information impared. Digestion is imperfect, the not dash and dash his ship on*t|
having been made against him before appetite changeable, the bowles irreg­ foaming bi eakers till it be lost and
Deputy Mayor Bradley, two min­ ular, the kidneys become implicated, on board perish, but tacks, stands’ 6 ^
ions .of the law seized upon the color­ the pulse frequent and weak, the skin to sea, rides out the storm, and.at,lag;
ed person and proceeded in a very un­ dry and harsh, the feet are cold, and lands his passengers and cargo*
ceremonious style to hustle him before often a clammy state o f the hands. safety.
the tribunal. . When nearing the mag­ The cough. at length becomes severe
istrate’s office a thought occurred to and troublesome, accompanied with a
Mrs- Harriet Beecher Stowe, ,sist:
the prisoner, and ho suggested that free, frothy and transparent expecto­ o f Plymouth’s pastor and author, -as
it would not, perhaps, be the correct ration . There is soon a gradual wast­ the Byron story, has found a scan#
thing for him to enter the justice shop. ing of flesh and general debility, and down in Florida to expose. She writ: s
“ W hy” queried one o f the officials, at last the patient is hurried out of as follows to the Christian ■ TJyiiop
life with the symptoms o f quick Con­
giving the prisoner an extra boost.
“ Two pairs o f red birds have set rj
“ ’ O o s l’se a small-pox nuss,boss. sumption. . Young or old, who have an establishment in our orchard, -tl!
any trouble about the throat should males flaming and flaunting in ti
D at’s why.”
Simultaneous with this statement not allow it to progress, for it is in­ Chinese Vermillion coats, and the J,
one constable fell off on one side, while deed an ailment of a most insiduous dies more daintily attired in suits'
the other dug rapidly away from the character, often, making serious in­ reddishffirown,.with scarlet beaks aifp
other, and the prisoner found himself roads upon the general'healih, as well claws. Yesterday, as my gay l o il l
a free man. N ot knowing very well as parts involved before the person is and lady were making love in the m ofa
what he was to do under the Circum­ aware o f its danger. It i 3 more dan­ approved style,
rWTa , snajiliAr
ln flv red
pa^ bht|i
h iitls
another lady
stances the colored person meandered gerous among those disposed to a alighted on a neighboring bough .aiffl
into the office .and proceeded to. argue scrofulous disease o f the blood.
began singing her little song ‘
The course adopted by many phy- Birdie, birdie, birdie.’ Instantly'
his own case with the magistrate in a
Very friendly and confidential manner. sicans for the curing of this disease lady number one flew* at her like
As soon as the justice'-dispenser dis­ is a mistaken one, burning the throat tie red hot flend, and" drove her o u f-Q
covered who and what his visitor was with Nitrate o f Silver in order te de­ sight and hearing. I don’t know th‘;|,|
he retreated to the back part o f the stroy its sensibility for the cure of my lord Wed cardinal had even looke^
office, and, with an. expressive gesture, this complaint. We consider it wrong ! ■at the intruder ; it is possible he‘mah-v
and more calculated,to aggravate the have cast an indiscreet eye that wo* I
how led:-“ Git!”
“ But, boss, de law’s got me whar my -complaint than -to subjugate i t ! I f and remarked: ‘What ahweet^voicfl
har’s short. What are you gwine to deprive the whole throat o f strenght, that lady has!’ I f he did,-, he w t|j
as you do in burning with caustic, are soon taught better t&an that,
do about de case ?”
“ G it!” shrieked the justice,, “ and you not- more likely to, invite disease free love nonsense among birds'!”
to the part by rendering-it weak ?
never 'show up here again.”
A s for medicated inhalation ic has
And the prisoner got.— Free-Press.
done mnch morb’harm-than-good in
Winter iu London.
this .complaint,_by diseasing the blood,
A few days ago a pet canary bird weakening the lungs- and debilitating
Life in Londou begins and eni<i|
owned in- a family in Hast Haven was the patient... The *majority:; o f our late in the day. The very ^crossin
found early one morning dead 'in - its best physicians.do not deem.it.-worthy sweepers do not turn .out till .dJ
cage. A good, many feathers were o f notice, for they know it to be an o’ clock, and no newsboys rouse ‘.th|
scattered in the. bottom o f the cage, exploded theory, revived with alleged sleeping echoes o f the streets at vthfe
and the body o f the. bird had suffered improvements by.medieal speculators unearthly hour o f 8 . Everything;er
considerable laceration,;as from-, the to impose, -upon- the credulous as :a courages man te lie in bed late o f ?
teeth of an animal, ftfwas impossible; means, o f .pecuniary gains -Medicated morning. I f he gets up at -9 lie wi
'that the mischief had.been done by ® air is diseased-ail*: * I f this: ailment tumble over tbe housemaid’ s) pail jui
cat, and the following.night a mouse­ is pfoduced-by dyspepsia, general de­ outside the door, and even the clot |
trap was set inside the cage.
bility, the- excessive . use of..‘tobacco, will not be laid for breakfast. , T b
No catch, however, until the, night and other constitutional-troubles,' how great “ West End” does not seem 't
supceeding, when there got into the can *the. ;Splutio.n--of the,' Nitratem f, he fairly up and about till 3 or 4 i
trap a kangaroo, mouse, as somebody 'Silver, applied to the throat,;ortmedica"t- the afternoon.
named it. This.little animal, which' ed:air breathed’ into the lungs cure
had undoubtedly destroyed,theicanary, the disease ? The -cause of- the: dis- and
is about the.-size.of nu'ordinary mous’e ,: qase. must first bo removed, - or a cure on its liveliest face.* A t 8* one got
perhaps not quite asGarge... .Its-front,.: is impossiblei B y -th e application of to dinner,-and’ i f there arpumore .me
legs are much,shorter than the others; ' Witr^te'1oi'.;^ilv.e^'’§ ^p3r: medicated air-, ■.than .ladies present you .will-get awu
and it has.a way_or- sitting .up /like va, halation. the"*patienti.may fo'r sa. short before 'il:S 0 .:. -Thus;’at .this time \
.kangaroo;' 'I ts movement is a jump or time."experience.Fspmeirelief,-1Rut the : the year, —th e "Dohdbner gets alon
■spring,'like' that’ o f :a kangaroo,*, and it’ cause-” noY-being~, removedithe trouble with ait infinitesmal quantity o f dan
-has a spot of; white fur on. its 'breast,
light, an'd it is lubky for him--that .1
./.: 11 ’IS: cjiJt i uk.hH'YWa.t /tfi e':IIt
is able to do so', for the sky is^hidde
mal may have -‘been^brpught ‘ to't;his' .in her..reparative,pjpce8S^A^eWseasl; by .fogs ..and /yap.ors,. andj'/tmtil'^or
•cquntrydnasometTofeignr'v.essely’ but cannot
,curedi^jWe;,? haj,eVtreated, ”cgetB*usedjto it/'th eiea y y .a n d 5somb(
‘ How it reacKed^he/Easti-Haven^hore ;many;'RunirJedrcaseVijand!meveKi failed5 -.airffills.one with the “ blues'^and'giyi
and entered a^d^ellitig%on|ei’'>I^&^eVs.IptieR the Case is presented rise to dismal presentiments o f -a]
sllch a. supposition hardly reasonkblet
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while those Glasses arc settling their
old differences V “ Let the dead bury
their dead.” It requires no immense
accumulation o f gold, and derange­
ment o f the markets o f the world be­
fore specie payments can be assured.
It forebodes no disastrous shock when
the gold basis is reached. It sets at
once the wheels o f commerce gliding
smoothly along and gives a fires'll start
to the suffering labor and industry of
the country. I t restores confidence
to the capitalist, who will use his
wealth to develop the groat resources
o f the country. It encourages immi­
gration and foreign capital to flow
hither. It enhances prices from their
present low point, which is below the
gold standard o f other nations, when
\ t, tal einto view our high protective
t niff It raises the public credit, and
enables us to borrow money cheaply,
wlncn every new nation needs for its
d \elonment.
Thursday,
Stato AjMiroitriatlons.
, March
I T E S ’I I E R . ’ S
The legislative committees on the
State institutions, in connection with
the finance committees o f botli branch­
es of the legislature, have substantial­
ly agreed upon the following appro­
priations for the years 1877-8. The
committees on the university have not
yet prepared #tlaeir recommendations,
but wo have Substituted the amount
asked for by the regents. Bills have
been introduced by private* authority
for §159,500 additional for the uni­
versity ;■
“LOOK TO T H E EAST”
8
.
C hicago,. Feb. 9.— The near ap­ 2 . The now equipment o f gold or
( W J 3 B B W O R K C O M P I i E T E ,)
paper-money
based
on
the
gold-value
A I tIT U A Ii O F T U B F I K S T T 1 IK E E I>Eproach o f the gold premium to par has
C? RISKS T & IttASOJTKY.
brought the question o f specie resump­ (gold; notes made to pass current on a
Containing tho complete Worlt ot'the Entered Appren­
ffxed
gold
value,
and thus freed from
tice, Follow Craft, and Master Mason’s Degrees, with
TJRSDAT AIORNING, MARCH 1, 1S77.
.
tion prominently heforo the public
tUelr Ceremonies, Lectures, etoy ‘Edited by KALPII1?,
^msamasemmmma;
the evils o f fluctuation, must be in
LESTER.
Lonnd
in
Cloth,
$2.
Bound
in
.Lonther
Tuck*
again.
It is very delusive to deduce
(pocket-book stylp), Gilt Edges, $2 50. Copies of tbo
^Republic au tate Convention,
from this large declino that we have readiness to continue the financial
nbovo book sont per mail to any address, freo of postage,
A.II I'e rso n ^ a t » d is ta n c e t r e a t e d b y
oa receipt of price.. Address all orders to
trafic
o
f
the
country.
B T u ilw H li V e r fe c t S u c c e s s b y r ie sc rlb lu ff
L Republican State Convention to nothing further to do but to wait
D IC K & F IT Z G E R A L D ,
llieli- S y r n in o m s .
inate one Justice of the Supreme quietly for the final drop, which will PARTIAL' REPEAL OF TIIE LEGAL TEN­
P. O. Box 2075.
I S A n n S tr e e t, N e w Y o r lc ,
DER AOT.
rt ia the place of the lion. Thomas 51. make all our currency alike in value.
i'~aws i i1 w*~w~innTiiTi i 11WiHwnramn— r
CTiOQ a week in your own town: Terms and
outfit
tley, and two Regenta of the State Legislation has created an irredeema­
Ip u U free. H. HAL LETT 4 CO., Portland. Maine.
What legislation is needed to effect
^(SeDd for our largo and beautifully illustrated paper,
versity in the place of J. II. MeCow- ble currency, and it will romain de­ this 1
A YEAR. AGENTS WANTED ON
•“
soutfree topny address)
oar
Grand
Combination
Prospectus,
nd .Joseph Estabrook, will be held at preciated to a greater or less extent,
1. The repeal of the Legal-tender
representing
Opera House, in the city of Lansing
and ever continue to fluctuate, until act-, to the extent that on all new
IlKtiUI.AU APPROPRIATION'S.
D IS T IN C T
Y /o n n e s d n y , S la vcli 7 lls , I S 7 7 .
Have removed their large stock of
187 "7
1S7S.
legislation remedies the defect. It is contracts, grcenbacka°shail only be ac­
wautod everywhere. T h o
T U I um: Jtivor
1 o’oclaek, a . m .
In accordance with
T
r
ie
d
.
Sales
made from "this v-ben. all single Books
Agricultural
college.
.......... $14,293
$14,208 tail. Also, Agents
ceptable at the price as established bj’
impossible
for
the
natural
laws
of
wanted on our MAGNIFICENT FAM­
isolation adopted at Grand Rapids,institution for the deaf,
*4- *
ILY BIBLES. Superior to all others. With invaluable
dumb nnd blind.. . .......... 4,8,000
43,000 Illustrated Aids and Superb Bindings. These Books beat
IVJs- 10th, 1ST", every comity will be trade to do: it., Favorable circum­ law. The Government shall ho re­
the World. Bull particulars iree. Address jTOlJTX JEReform
sc
h
o
o
l-..
.
.
quired
to
redeem
them
on
the
day
stances
like
the
present
may
aid
leg-*
26,000
-------‘
2
)
1,000
, led to one delegate for each 5Q0 of
O T TJB U A CO , P u b l i s h e r , P X I I t A D E L State prison, .. . .. . .. --------- 20,540
19,965 P
FIIIA,
total vole cast lor Governor in 1S76, islative acts, but cannot completely tho tender is made. Said repeal to
Fisheries............ ... .......... 8,385
7,000
one aditional del 'gate for every ftac- >cure the financial disease. In 1873 take place March 5, 1877, or as soon
Stato library...........
©■ $ 7 7 a Week’ to -Agents. $L0 Outfit Free.
1,600
1 ,S00
i P, 0. VICKERY, Augusta, Maiuo.
State public school. -------- 38,000
87,000 t})UU ^
f X o f 300 votes; but each organized the gold premium sank to 6 , but it after the inaugeration o f the now
House o f correction . . . . . . 1 S,000
IS,000
'“ f ity will be entitled to at least one del- afterwards rose; to 17, and specie pay­ President as necessary to give the
P C M Q Ifl^ Q No matter how slightly disabled. InN J)
)
r U il u lU l lO creases now paid. Advice and circular
Normal school____ . . . . . . 18.300
18,300
e.
ments looked distant indeed. To-day country sufficient notice,— a sutahi
free, T. McJIiguabl, Atty, 707 Sansdm St., Phihii, Pa.
Miohigan university. . . .
81,600
. 31,600
f } "nder the resolution of 1S5S, no dele- heavy importations of gold have time, and perhaps the best, as not to
Kalamazoo asylum for in0 1 Q (k t l s y at home. Agents wanted. Outfit and
"VX will be entitled to a seat who doe? again reduced, the premium through remote to endanger much the com rt
sane............ ......... . . . . . . 17,600
Why i bocHUse .Inhala17,500
terms free. TRUE & 00., Augusta, Maine*
tint.is the only V«y
Pontiac
asylum
for
C
A
T
A
B
E
H
!
insane
11,500
11,0
00
r-jv; reside in the county he represents.
rhat
the Air Pattbages
by
further
doubt
and.
uncertamri
:
excessive supply, and some, people
State gov’t expense 3 . . . . . ,29S,297
298,297
<*au be cached, and
S. S- OLDS, Secr8tarv.
A L U O R A T I Y E B U S IN E S S .
Catarx
h Is a diimuo of
clamor for specie payments in thirty and in time to take advantage o f t: i
Ha_WH WANT 5 0 0 MORE FIRST-CLASS SEW­
i-[>yated Lansing, Feb. 12, 1S77.
ihe Air Poeeagis of*the
Totals . . ...... . . . . .$647,825
$543,S60 ING MACHINE AGENTS, AND 500 MEN OP ENERGY
Buchan en­
days. The supply o f gold has in­ present influx o f gold.
ITS PRACTICAL "WORKINGS.
Head
Use this Treat­
WR MAKE A SPECIALTY
SPECIAL APPROPRIATIONS.
AND ABILITY TO LEARN THE BUSINESS OF SELL­
of trentlug p-itieuts by Mail ment m we direct,
creased, the market is overstocked, actment would make all new tramne
E jcjhrience oF the past has demonwhich
Is
easy and pleas­
Greenback Caucus.
Please write and describe yanr
..........
$25,000 ING SEWING MACHINES. COMPENSATION LIB­
ant, and we guarantee
the price has become, cheapened, and tions, unless otherwise stated, paya­ ;itr ited to some extent what would he Agricultural college
symptomsk
To
Rooms
iu
<
ERAL,
BUT
VARYING
ACCORDING
TO
ABILITY,
Institution
for
deaf,
dumb,
and
blind
S,005
a
perfect
CCRX of Ca­
^Independent Greenback Caucus will be
unless some practical method is devis­ ble in gold or greenbacks scale 1 1 the practical workings o f this plan. State public school. .............. ..
tarrh.
30.SOO CHARACTER and QUALIFICATIONS OP THE AGENT.
l et the Engine House,, in the village o f Bu­
153,000 FOR PARTICULARS, ADDRESS
san, on Friday evening, March 9th, 1877, ed to retain this gold here, beyond down to gold value, and also by mu­ As it is based on the principle o f de­ House o f correction ...................
Why! lor the same
Normal school.... . • . . . . . . . . . . .
60,000
ihe purpose of placing in nomination candi- its; use for custom-house duties and tual consent, custom paper tMUrs,
rea-ton as given- abovn
B r o n e M tis !
preciating
tho
present
currency
to
its
............
.
New
cftpitol.'..
.
.
.
.
The
Bronchial Tabes
175,000
"|a to be supported for the various corporaspeculative purpose in W all street, having a gold par value, bo they the real value, “ throwing it out,” as the Michigan university .......... ..
are simply conductor
12,500
mgBM
|offices at the ensuing election, All voters
to carry air <to the
C H IC A G O ,
14,872 827 and 829 Broadway,
|in the village who are members o f the the result will be exportation, a con­ present gold-notes o f tho National
expression goes, there is a gveat simil­ Kalainasioo asylum. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ALL PERSONS THAT READ Lungs,bonce iQhahiliou
New York, or New Orleans, La.
85,000
this hre invited to soad lor onr must go direct to tbe
nbaok club, and others who favor the sequent reduction o f stock, and rise
Banks, or a newly-established curren­ arity the to state o f affairs existing in Pontiac asylum . . . . ................ ..
largo aod bfantifnliy illnatrated seat of tiio disease, and
spies o f the Greenback party, are invited in. price again, and a further remove
S P E C IA L , C H R O N IC & O B S C U R E I
you will follow our
cy redeemable in gold or Canadian 1861, when Ilhonis “ stump-tail” cur­
Formerly occupied by J. W. Smith, Paper, sent free to any address. ifdirection.-.,
§564,827
T o ta l,... ___ .................. .
tend and, take part in the Caucus,
Diseases o f Young, J/ULdle-Aged,or Old Men and Wo-1
we gnanuirfrom
Bpccie
resumption.
I
f
specie
bank
notes,
or
present
National
Bank
men,
hereditary
or
ncquirod,
treated
successfully
in
a
I
tee
to COE* Bronchitis.,
bruary 2 2 , 1S77Ortc-linlf, SS27,05(j, to be railed by tax each
rency was taken, and passed currnetat
where they will continue to supply
H. J. H owk ,
1
S T R IC T L Y P R IV A T E J
payments were certain to come within notes scaled down to gold value, Thus what the banks would pay for it. As year.— Lansing Republican,
Why? Pecans* Afitbma
the wants of their many customers.
and scientific manner. Immediate relief; speedy and 8
F eeejiax Fraskmx, >
■ Gout.
is a contraction of the
a
reasonably
short
time,
even
the
use
can
the
gauge
be
quickly
and
easily
perfect cures. A successful experience in over 30, I
every
bank-note
had
a
different
value,it
Bronchial Tubes, cens­
J« H. Bos,
}
000 cases. All commuuicutions confidential. Call orJ
ed by^inflammation and
for speculative purposses in W all changed, and the proper rolling-stock was much more complicated than the
address, with stamp, for circular, J.H.DYR,M.D.,|
Another Astronomical Show.
Irritation of the macaw
No.
9
Washington
Ave
,
Dotrolt,
Mich.
street would not bo required. N o on hand at a moment's notice and proposed system, which establishes by
mombrane linlug the
^SvBgC TB B—
HEM KPS— I
W ashington , D. G , Feb. 27.—
WE GUARANTEE TO CURE Bronchial Tubes. Use
'reparations for the inauguration speculator would buy it unless to im­ rapidly augmented as increased trade
Coughs, Colds. Diptheria. Pnen* Oxygenated Air as we
law a fixed price to all bills alike. On The officer in charge o f the Eaval A pfl A A] flf) A MONTH recoired by our graduate.
"‘resedent-olect' Hayes are now be- mediately export it to another coun­ and revival o f industry demand.
rnonia, Neuralgia', and nearly all will direct and we will
\h|| 2 VI l! IS Students wanted. Salary paid while
and after the passage o f the proposed Observatory has received a telegram IjilJU
other severo attacks when all warrant a Care. rW*»
*■ IjjlUU practicing. H if.iia tfo n sfiirn ia H '
Jmade, and the oath o'f office will try.
other remedio3 fail.
.havo cored cases of 20
Those who had debts to pay at
.2 . Redemption o f greenbacks in acts, hank deposits would he changed
e il. Address N. W. TELEGRAPH INSTITUTE, JanesThey
will
conduct
a
First-Glass
from
the
Astronomer
R
oyal
at
Green­
jyears standing.
villo,
Wia.
„ taken on Monday next, if he is not the time o f resumption would he suf­ gold, on the sliding-scale system, or
to the now dollar o f account, and, wich requesting that watch be kept
Can he cared Why ?
■v { fed before that time by the inces- ficiently .provided for with National, gradual enhancement as to prices and
through the co-operation o f banka, on the suu’s disc on March 21st, 22nd
hecanso wo havo cared
E A R N T E L E G -R A P
^ 4 turmoil o f office beggars who Bank notes, and the hanks would he dates, as follows: On the passage o f
bnndreds
of cases, some
C o S S U B ip t iO H
railroad companies, and business men and 23rd, for the transit o f a small | young meu and women, and earn from >45 to
of tliem being given
$100 per month. Good situations guaranteed;
J‘ j e already commenced their attack sufficiently provided for with legal- o f tho act, and prior to July 1 , 1877
over
to
die
hy aU phygenerally, the new order o f things planet.
Advantageous observations Small salary while practicing. Address, with stamp.
siciauB of other schoola
;i'| a him.
tender greenbacks. The United States at 94 cents gold for every dollar would start off at onco smoothly, and
HAYWARD A GO , Oberliu, O.
of practice. Consnmpo­
can be made in Western States.
p Y S PE P S I A W E CURE. tion Is a disease of the
Government would he; the only delin­ greenback presented, and each month almost imperceptibly.
m E x t r u M ix c d Ca r<ls, 2 0 s t y le s , or 2 0
Liver and Kidney complaints ore Air psssagea and over
N e w Y e a r ’s C ard s, 10 ce n ts, postpaid,
two-thirds of the cases
quent
i
f
it
had
not
sufficient
gold
in
thereafter
at
4
o
f
1
per
cent,
advance,
* 'he ' p o s t 3 master in Chicago has
N A S S A U C A R D <50., N a s s a u , N , Y .
.reached by Oxygen aro caused by Catarrh.
OBJECTIONS TO TIIE PRESIDENT’ S PLAN.
In connection with their Grocery. effectually
VTe guarantee a cure if
. e into bankruptcy with: liabilities its coffers to redeem the greenbacks. equivalent to 1 per cent, every three
THE C O M T F PRESS.
aiedAir.
s
(hpT
A Q A per day at homo. Samples worth $1
you will come in sea­
The following objections to the
tpt/ uU
free. Stixsou A Co., 'Portland, Maine.
months, or 4 *per cent, per annum,
a1167,000, and a default o f §60,000. No adequate provision is yet made for
son.
[Benton Harbor Times.]
the Government to obtain this gold, until they are redeemed at par, on President’s plan, promulgated since
Dr Townsend's Oxy­
The Bay Springs says: “ The peach
the above was written, are suggested:
genated Air will purify
’he State House of Representa- even for resumption in 1879, when and after Jan. 1, 1879, hut to the First, it would causo too sudden a buds o f Van Buren and Allegen coun­
the
blood in one-third
E liO O B
the time that any other
s for Minnesota has, by a vote of the gold is now at its own doors, and Government shall he accorded this change in tho value o f the currency; ties was never in better condition than
G iv e T h e m a G a l l .
known
remedy c a n .
Why? because to iu
| to 36, passed a bill restoring hang- the home market is the cheapest in privilege or option, viz : that in place A n y Board o f Trade man would think now.”
That is just the case down
hale
Oxygenated
Air it
the: world. How shall it at once be o f being obliged to redeem" on demand,
as a penalty for murder.
here...... ..Last week the Niles Repub­
goes direct to the lame*
aad p"isses through the
utilized and in readiness for the specie the Government may elect to pay in­ it a very arbitrary act to lower the lican entered its "twelfth year, and the
tissues, noil comes in
payments? The generally suggested terest on all notes presented, provid­ price of grain 6 per cent, in one day.
direct contaet with tho
as It is forced In­
fhe Hew Orleans Times confcem- method is that the Govornment shall ed for any delay not exceeding thirty A pply this reduction to any commod­ Buchanan Record its eleventh. We
N A T IO N A L G R E A T N E S S .
G A N G I B S blood
to the Lungs by the
|ea the squirming o f the Northern purchase it through sale o f bonds, and days the rate o f interest shall ho 5 ity in the land, to every contract that congratulate you, gentlemen, and may One dozen Stereoscopic Views of tho Centennial Exhibi­
action of the ho«rt.
-ANDIll tho blood in onr
sent post-paid to any address on receipt of $3.00.
locrats without offer o f sympathy, accumulate it for the gold redemption per cent, per annum; above thirty is about falling due, and the injustice your prosperity,continue In the.future tion
veins returns fo the
Our variety iocUidos all the build!nga, grounds, btatuary.
as
in
the
past.
bea
t every lour mioand other beautiful things exhibitod. This company had
gristles with paragraphs like this .* o f greenbacks on and after Jan. 1879. days and not exceeding sixty, 6 per will ho found to he very great and
sole authority to use the Photographic art Within the
T D M
0 E B ! ates if theblood is good,
and forced from the
1"Berrien Springs Journal.]
enry Watterson says ‘ the dice were A lso, that the National Banks, shall cent. ; above sixty days, and not ex­ burdensome. I f the decline o f 6 per
grounds and buildings of the Costcmnul Bxuiditiox.
Americans should secure so valuable a collection of
jwwuta meggsH heart to the lnags, And
led.’ "Whafc business had the A r ­ be required to assist in the operation. ceeding ninety days, 7 per cen t.; and cent, should he spread over a period
.Mr. Edwards, Representative from authentic pictures of tho growth and groatness of their
tbe more Osygen you
Permanently Cured~no humbug—by one month's usage
own
country.
CURED
without
catting or. Inhale iota the lanes
o
f
two
years,
and
in
accordance
with
lan Henry to engage in. a game o f I do not think Congress will sanction and above ninety days, 1 0 per cent,
the 3rd District, has introduced a hill
o f D r. Goulard's Celebrated Infallible F it Poicdtrs.
drawing blojd, with Tery little the more youpnrifythe
To convince sufferers that these powdera will do all wo
orno pain. Any person t»onbled blood, when Oxygen
for the* Presidency ?”
Pleasing and Profitable Presents.
any earlier date for this full resump­ per annum until fully paid, with "in­ the notice that Congress has given, in tlic Legislature to divide Ber­
claim for them« we will send them by mail, postpaid,
with Cancer and Tnmore will comes la cOniact with
&free trial box. As Dr. Goulard is the only physician
that
Jan.
1,
1879,
is
the
ultimate
day
please write for testirnoDl’*ls, is., tho imparities in tha
Cartes
do
Visito,
15
cents;
5xS,
50
cents;
SxlO,:
$1.00
trand
into
two
townships.........Mr.
tion.
terest payable in gold.
A n issue o f
that
has
ever
made
this
disease
a
apecial
study,
and
os
to
each. Catalogues sent for 3 cent Etiuup.
from patients cured We war blood it carbonized t*w\
our knowledge thousands havo been, permanently cured
hnrns, candng t h e
For sale by all dealers andhooksellersr Address,
rant a perfect cure
I hog leave to propose a more econ­ bonds to he provided to obtain means when variations in the value o f curren­ Archie W atson, while returning home
[he joint special committee to itiby the use ot these Powders, we w ill guarantee aperm a
blorxd to be heated k>
CENTENNIAL PHOTOGRAPHIC CO.,
nazt euro in every case, or refund you all money expend­
»hat it vurm« every
jigate Chinese immigration, in omical and desirable method to utilize for redemption o f said greenbacks. cy will cease, few could complain o f in company with another young man,
(Wilson
&
Adams.)
P
g
iu
d
e
lpo
ia
,
P
a
.
ed.
All
anfferera
should
give
these
Ponders
au
eaily
part
of ihe body, as it
from the debating society at Tryon’s
trial* and be convinced of their enrativo powers.
[Tllf report on Tuesday recommended the present avalanche o f gold, which Although I have no doubt o f the auy hardships experienced.
goes on its revolutions
Studio ox I xtkbnal E xhibition Grounds.
Brice,
for
largo
box,
$3
00,
or
4
boxes
for
$10
00,
sent
W.
M,
PARKE,
M
0,
Second,
no
positive
certainty
that
4
through
the system.
School house, on Wednesday evening,
. ; ? i measures be taken by the Exec- simply stated is, put it in circulation ability o f the United States Govern­
A g e n t s “W a n t e d E v e r y w h e r e . 52m3 by mail to any part of United States or Canada on re­
If your blood is pure
per
centbonds
would
rule
at
par
and
Late
of
the
ceipt
of
pricOj
Or
by
express
C.
O.
D.
Address
was
unfortunate
enough
to
be
“
spilt
ycu*
cannot
bo sick.
.w^le looking toward a modification of at once jfcnd then; we will start on a ment to redeem the greenbacks on
V?o driTe Mercury and
take
up
sufifeient
greenbacks
to
reduce
a s k : & B O B B IN S ,
out”
o
f
thehuggy
when
a
passing
team,
McCLELLAIf
U.
S.
A
liOSPInew
eraWf
prosperity.
It
is
not
con­
all
other
impurities
out
The “ Iron Trail.5’
’ >jexisting treaty with China confindemand" at the rates mentioned, how­
TALj PIfiladelphia, Pa., who ha^ oftlie blood. We guar­
50mo
OfiOYint'roN STBrxi.Baooxcrx N. Y.
boon eo successinl throughout antee to parity tho
*|:^jife to strictly commercial purposes, templated to disregard that; well- ever, in order to guard against any the gold premium entirely, and enable and was run over by the latter, sus­
A spicy sketch descriptive o f a trip
New England in. the cure of Can­ blood in oar-third the
X M that Congress legislate to restrain known’ law o f finance that an inferior attempted combinations to control the gold to circulato freely with paper. taining a broken left arm, and dislo­ over the Atchison, Topeka and Santa
cers and Tamoia, takes ch^rgeol time of any o t h e r
Third,
want
o
f
confidence
among
leg­
this department.
cation o f the wrist, besides receiving Fe Railroad and o f the beauties, scen­
known remedy.
v. Jgreat influx o f Asiatics to this currency will drive, out the more valu­ gold of the world and prevent- this
5
islators
and
people,
that
so
sudden
a
other
injuries
about
the
body.
’"'■'Ijatry. It is not believed that either able, hut simply that the present de
redemption, and also to allay the
ery and pleasure resorts of the Rocky
return
to
specie-payment
can
he
car
predated
currency
shall
be
made
cur
1Niles Republican.]
sVipese measures would be looked upfears of those who proclaim a gold
Address all letters aa heretofore,
Mountains, by “ ISTym Crinkle,” the
P o s itiv e ly C u re d .
nth disfavor by the Chinese Gov- rent at its gold value, and that the redemption Impossible, and therefore ried out.
Niles has several notable characters, musical and dramatic critic o f the
.All sufferers from this disease that are anxious to be
Let ns hope that Congress can he
Government, which has the ability to hazardous to attempt it, I have pro­
i$'*sient.'
among which may he mentioned that New TorJc World, sent free on appli­ cured should try D r.K U sner's celebrated Consumptive
E . F , T O W N S E N D , M . D .,
kept
in
session,
even
after
March
4
if
Powder's.
These' Powders are tbe only preparation
control its own issues, shall fix that posed the foregoing safeguard o f giv­
o f a woman having six legal husbands, cation, together with the San Juan known that will enre Consumption and all diseases of the
indeed, so strong is our faithlii them,
value from this time on, until every ing the Government time to obtain necessary, until a measure o f finance I f any town in Berrien. County can Ghade, maps- and time tables o f this Throat and
and also to convince you that they are no hnmbtig, we
»■. he following is the report o f busiY 2 2 K i g l i S t .,, ^ P r o v id e n c e , K . I ,
greenback shall be worth 'dollar for gold by its paying a penalty in the shall he adopted that will put the gold beat this we should be pleased to hear new popular route from Kansas City will forward to every sufferer; by. mail,, post paid* afr e e
o f the State Treasurer given by
Trial Box.
at once into circulation and start the
dollar.
way o f interest, on the principle that
o f it.......T h e family o f James A . and Atchison to Pueblo, Denver and
TVe don’t want your money until you are perfectly sat­
hansing Republican :
physicians wishing to locato in some town or city in
country on a new era o f prosperity.
isfied of their curative powers. I f your life ia worth,
when a debtor requires an extension
THE GREENBACK GAUGE.
Kellogg, Esq., has been particularly all parts o f Colorado, Hew Mexico, saving, don’t delay in giving these Powders a trlal, as •this business, can be furnished with territory and onr
le balance o f cash in the State
F
.
R
.
C
handler .
illustrated
papers for adfertisiog the Bamo, hy addressing
they will surely cure you..
afflicted during the past two weeks. Arizona and the San Juan Miners
as: above;
F o r fifteen years wo have been run­ o f his past-due paper he must pay
jisury Feb. 17 was 0888,782.07 ;
Pricoj for large box. $3 00,. sent to any part of the
On last Saturday night, Nellie, a very The finest lino o f Pullman Sleepers on United States or Canada by mail oh: receipt of price;
Jipts during the week ending Eeb. ning the finances o f the country on current rates o f interest; at least, and
Address,
.
interesting little daughter, aged five the continent between the Missouri
|rere $17,507.69 ; payments dur- what might ho called the greenback if the .default continues those rates
A S H & R O B B IN S ,
Pennsylvania
Correspondence,
O
X L t i o n l
years, died, after a brief illness, and River and the R ocky Mountains with­
50m3
300 PtriToM Street, Beooelyn, N. Y.
" 3ame time were §8 ,9 0 2 .6 9 ; hal- guagej it has been found a defective o f interest must be increased.
—
■ h m » « i m i pin........ .
-i X L j a i - i s n a M H a '
While
by
these
provisions
the
gold
.on
Tuesday
morning,
at
1
o’
clock,
out
change.
U
l
y
s
s
e
s
,
Feb.
23,
1877;
^ in treasury Eeb. 24, 1877, one, and not in harmony with that of
Ttaera
are
nnpriuciplod
person,
in
Boston &ndelserrliere
in
the
country
is
utilized,
and
its
fur­
Address,
T. J. A k d e k s o n ,
About half past six o’clock, A. M., Mrs. K ellogg died, thus adding-a
§f,386.56 ; increase for the week the w orld; it has been too broad a
that aro pnttingnp a BOGUS LIQUID and trying to palm
it off as Mt Triathest, or Oryiienarea Air, and clumtng
ther
importation
encouraged,
there
double
bitterness
to
the
anguish
of
G-en.
Passenger
Agent,
SCROLL
SAWYERS,
ATTENTION.
on
the
16th,
a
stranger
called
at
the
104,48.
gauge for best economical results,
it to bo Ulto mine. 2»onortennino unless the words—DK.
If you want Fancy Woods, Designs,
T opeka, K an
TOWNSKND-S OXYGENATED AIR” are ijimrs IX
and therefore too expensive for the can never bo a scarcity of the circu­ door of Anson S. Burt, in Ulysses the afflicted husband. Another child
Hand or Treadle Saws, the Finest Saw- BOITI.E AND PORTRAIT OS LABEL
J}-1
Blades, or any other Saw Materials, send
H e could is quite ill, and Mr. K ellogg himself
labor and industry o f the people. lating medium at the outset o f the township, Potter Go., Pa.
Postal
Card
immediately
for
Price
iiat.
Senate committee on Territories; When the business, o f the country change, because the old currency is not speak a word o f the English lan­ is sick. The baud o f affliction surely CHOICE FLOWER 8b GARDEN SEEDS,
Everything of the best quality, and at tho
lowest prices.
• '
. '
reported favorable on a hill to contracted its volume after a wild era available in abundance; and cannot be guage, and worse than that, he was ‘rests heavily on this family, and ex­
STRAWBERRIES,
PEACHES,
&c.
•TotKjr wnaajfsox, .
:e a new Territory o f the Black o f speculationand wasteful production, withdrawn until better is forthcoming. barefooted, bareheaded, and nearly or cites the earnest sympathy o f the
50\rf
5 5 L a k e S t.,
N e w S o r ts , b y M a ll.
country, to consist o f the tract the extensive equipment went lum
While old contracts are to be settled quite destitute o f any clothing. Mr
entire community,
;F$|g between the northern boundary hering on, too heayy and cumbersome in greenbacks .at face value, new ones Burt being kind hearted, gave him
Plants of the newest and finest improved
[Niles Mirror.]
sorts, carefully packed and prepaid by mail
( »
; flfebrask a and the Yellowstone riv- for profitable results; the gauge was can be settled in the same currency, some clothes, and as he appeared
For a long time past, through tick­ My collection of Strawberries took the
■^J4nd the 1 0 2 d and 106th parallel too broad, and. not economical in but at tho rate o f 94 prior to July 1, quite smart, concluded to let him stay
Th9 Testimony of the Whole World.
|titude. The new Territory is to working; the roadway was too spongy ’ 77, 95 Oct. 1 , 96 "Jan. 1, ’ 78, 97 a few days. He is not very tall, hut, ets have been missing from the pock­ first premium for the best Collection, at
tbe
great
show
of
the
Maes.
Horticultural
H
o 11 o w a, y 5 s JP x IX s .
ets o f passengers on sleeping cars on
'failed Lincoln Territory.
and too insecure, and the accident of April 1, 98 July 1, 99 Oct. 1, and at rather, i f either, on the chunked or­
Society, in Boston. I grow over 100 va­
“I
had
do appetite; Holloway7a Pills gave ‘ine a
the
Michigan
Central
road,
especially
der. Dark brown hair, dark blue
ono.,,
:
18731 brought the fact home to the par Jan. 1 ,1 8 7 9 .
rieties, the most complete collection in tlie hearty
iil,
the
.
car
that
a
favorite
young
, “Yonrpills aromarvelloaa.,? , _
'
eyes, fair complexion, and better
NO: MORE GOLD SPECULTIQN.
country,
including
all
the
new,
largo
Amer­
- '-*1 send ffir-anqther;lmx| ondkeep;lhem;ih .he honse.''
has been discovered that a move- people. War times, and its necessi­
darkey,
named
Joseph
Miller,
wa,s
.
*‘Dr.
Holloway
has
cured
hoadacho
that
was,chronic.”
looking than most people of his age.
ican and imported kinds. Priced descrip­ ' “I gave one of your PiUs :to my bftbo for cholera mor­
vL.’fc is on foot among the Democrats, ties drove us to this, broad greenback
-3. In addition to the means pro­ His weight is one hundred and twen­ conductor. W e learn that about $5,- tive Catalogues, gratis, by mail. Also, bus;
T his standard article is com­
Tho dear little thing got^ woll ip-n d iy p
gauge,
with
monstrous
balloon
equip­
fiS p rop osed to follow Congressman
“ My uausea-of a morning.is now cured^'. .*
posed herewith to give the greenbacks ty-eight ounces.
0 0 0 in all has been stolen, which the
pounded "with the greatest care.
Bulbs, Pruit Trees, Roses, Evergreens,
ment,
when
preservation
of
the
nation
“Yoar box of Holloway's Ointment curediiio of noises
i f n g e r , o f Illinois, in case he should
a fixed determinate value from time
Company had to make good. A t last Choice Flower, Garden, Tree, Evergreen, in the head. Prnbbed apmo ofyour Ointment, behind tbo
- Its effects are as wonderful and*
was more important than economy;
and.'the noisp ba3 left.” '
5 |je to lead them to the front, to
as satisfactory as ever.
a- detective got after Miller and- ho Herb, or Fruit Seeds, 2o packets ofeither cars,
to time, until through gradual steps
“Send,
me
iwor
6pxes,
I
wan
tone
for
a
poor
family;w
“I enclose a dollar; your -price is 25 cents^ bnitho
fS p the State arsenal, arms and am- and not wasteful, governmental ex­ they are brought to par, in accordance
- It restores gray or faded hair t.Q
The Raleigh (N. O.) News, which was arrested on Saturday last in C’ni- for $1,00, by mail.
•medicineto mo is-worth-Bdoliar;'*.
;
. its youthful color.
iJ lition at Springfield, and he ready penditure fostering private specula­ as the faith o f the nation has been is the recognized organ of Gov. Vance cago, and made a full confession..—
“Send me five boxes of your Pills."
€
5
.G
»
Th®
True
Cape
Cod
Cranberry
“Let mo have three boxes of your Pills by return mall,
I t removes all eruptions, itching
fiction on the fourth, o f March, tion and gambling is essential to the pledged and now ratified by both po­ and the Democratic party o f the State
Emory Phillips, residing near St. Jo­
.
,
Q , best sort for Upland, Lowland, or for Chills and Fover.”
4!
prosperity
o
f
the
country,
which
has
5 anil dandruff. I t gives the head a
I havo oyer 200 such testimonials as the30. bat wont of
Js?|ld. anything occur to give them
litical parties, it may be necessary to in commenting upon the Oregon deci­ seph, let slip his jack-knife, while Garden, by mail, prepaid. $1.00 per spaco
compels me to conclude..
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cooling, soothing sensation o f great
^:||east shadow o f an excuse for any been happily saved from dismember­ enact that the Government shall sell sion as virtually awarding the Presi­ whittling, and cut the entire palm of 100, $5.00 per 1,000. ‘Wholesale Cata­
For
Cutaneous,
Disorders^
comfort, and tlie scalp h y its use
ment.,
logue to the Trade. Agents Wanted.
G*lf u 8 outbreak. Fortunately, how■greenbacks for gold, or offer so to do, dency to M r Hayes, says : “ The his left hand half way off.
becomes white and clean.
•
And all ornptlousi Of the skin> this Olntmoufc is'most in
THE GOLD GAUGE.
the authorities are also prepared
at the redeeming price from week to South will not suffer under Hayes’
vulaable. It does not heal*1externally alono, but'perieB . m
W A T S O M , .'
B
y
its
tonic
prop
ertics
it
restores
frates with the inoist searching effects to tho very root of
E l f n y such demonstrations, and will,
Old Colony Nurseries and Seed W are­ tho evil.
Thereisa guagetnat: the great civiliz­ week, thereby preventing too rapid administration ; there is every assur­
the capillary glands t o their normal
Mortgage Sale.
i^Issih le, prevent any outbreak.
house,
Plymouth,
Mass.
Established
ed world, has adopted, called the gold- an enhancement in their value and ance that he will be both liberal and
vigor, preventing Baldness, and
EFAULT luwing boon made in tho payment of a cer­
X
X
oIlo'w
r£i.y9s
X
P
ills
----------- ■
1842.
52w6.
sum of money secured to be paid by an indent­
gauge; it is founded on the best prin­ effectually killing gold speeaiufciott on just to our section.” I t is only fair ure tain
making the' hair grow thick and
p i#
--------- — .
-------------■
Invariably cure tho following, diseases:
of Mortgage, made, and executed by George F.
Strong;
~
ciples o f economic science; it runs the value o f greenbacks hut provision to the people o f North Carolina to Thayer and Moggie Thayer, his vrifo, of the County Of
Berrien and State of Michigan, of lhe first part, to Sarabi
. Disorder of the Kidneys..
I ® ’RESIDENT OF THE SENATE.
A s a dressing, nothing has been
Figures are What Is Wanted.
on a bed which is firm .and solid ; it should: be made that all gold in tho note that this expression represents' V.Parkoton, of tbo same place, o'f lliesecpnd part, and
boarlng date on the eleventh day of August, one thousand
In all diseases affecting these organs, whother they so-found so effectual or desirable.
Not election majorities, but such as in­ crete
feili e question o f who is to he the is a gague and has long been .tested ; Treasury above §100,000,000 should the average sentiment as expressed eight hundred find seventy, and recorded in tho office of
tog nmch.or ltoo^ little, water ; or whether .they bo
A . A . Hayes, M . D ., State A sPresident of the Senate is a it is not perfect in all its workings, be used in purchase or redemption of b y tho newspaper press of that the Register of J)oed3: of the-County of Berrien, in said terest the great army o f American pro­ •ftfilictcd with stoiiti of gravel, or with aches And pains
State; on.the 32th day of August, A. D .1870, at 11 o’clock
in the loins over tho fegions or tho kidney?, those
sayer of-Massach usettsj Says, •“ The
ducers. Twenty-five years ago the eight" settles
p&'jjer o f importance in political cir- but: no other gauge ha3 given so gen­ bonds, and all greenbacks in the State, and presumably the average A.
M., in Liher of-Mortgages No. 2, on page 845, which
Pills should be taken according to the printed directions,constituents arc pure, and.cnrefnlly
nid Mortgage, .and the notes accompanying tho samo
counties o! Missouri now traversed' by the *“<1the. Ointment should.be w.ell rubbed into the small
in Washington at present. A eral satisfaction, nor has anv other Treasury above §50,000,000 should sentiment of the people. There was E
were, on the second day of December, 1872, for a valuable”
or the back at bod time This treatment will give almost
selected for excellent quality; aud
Old Reliable Hannibal & Sts. Joseph Rail­ immediate relief when all other moans have failed.
consideration,.duly assigned to David Rough, of .Berrien
g^>|al to the Chicago Tribune on ever been, suggested that seemed able be canceled and destroyed.
always a strong Union feeling in the County, Michigan, and ivho ia now tbo lawful ownor
I consider it the B e s t P-Re p a r a t i o x
road
Were
nearly
a
wilderness.
To-.aay,
JBcfc says :
thereof, and which asaigbrneet waa duly recorded in Raid
to surmount the difficulties o f a prac­
THE MONEY OF THE FUTURE.
old “ North State,” which, during the Registers
office pn the 28th day of Eobroary. A. D. 1877,
by a late census, ■it is discovered; that Fo r Stem ach s out of O rd er. * for its- intended purposes.”
>fo step will he taken to elect a- tical application. What, defects it
in Libor seventeen of Mortgages, at page 166, on. Which
..No medicine will so effectually improve the tone of the
War,
suffered
some
o
f
the
pains
of
P r i c e j O n e X)oIlai%
4. A new currency law adapted to
these counties produce over one-fourteenth Stomach
Mortgage there is claimed to be due and unpaid at
as these Pills; they remove all acidity occoaionUident o f the Senate to hold over may have are more readily traced to the gold, gauge. I will only suggest martyrdom, and which is ready to as­ said
the dato of this foreclosure, the sum of two thousand
of the entire wheat crop of tbo Stale, over ;od either by intemperance or improper diet. They rench
4th o f March until it is seen the mode o f operating the line than various systems o f currency that sert itself at any 'sign o f treason or six hundred eighty-two and forty ohe-hundredfchs dollars one-twelfth of the corn crop, and over the liver and rreduce .it, to a healthy actf0n.sr-.they are
B u c k iin g 'h .a m 'S D y e
($2,6S2 40-100) and no sm’t at law or proceedings in equity
wonderfully, iefilcacidns in cases of epasm—ih fnct they
her the House will permit the to the gauge itself; the roadway is might be established without advocat­ revolution.
been instituted to recover the said sum of money*
cZrl aS aR disorders ofthe liyer and stomach.
Some o f the Northern have
one-ninth of the oats. The same growth * ^phLOWAX.
or any part thereof: Therefore notice i3 hereby given,
S 'PILLfi. are the best known in the
FOR THE WHISKERS.
•oral count to be brought to a solid, hut to a high and long-continued ing any one specially, premising it Democracy might learn a lesson in that by virtue of the power of sale contained iu said of country is now being repeated in Kan­ world forth© following diseases; Ague, Asthma, Billons
Mortgftgo,
now
bocorne
operative,
and
in
pursuance
of
This
elegant preparation may be
‘ S°vU,a
on the Skin, Bowels, Consumption,
*■ * * Should Hayes he pressure o f business has often made
opens a great field for discussion, and patriotism from all this, but per­ the statute'in such case-made and provided, the land sas, Nebraska,: Colorado, and New Mexi­ Debility, Dropsy;:Dysentery, Erysipelas, FemaleIrrognrelied
oh
to change the color of the
described
in
Enid
Mortgage,
,to-wIt:
All
that
certain
lanties,
Fevers
of
all
kinds,
Fits,
Gout,
Heiidacho,
Indl-;
lied next Sunday, Wheeler as sad work with the equipment and de­ i f not settled Immediately, would not haps the Northern Democracy does piece or parcel of land situated in the County of Berrien co, and the immortal Greeley had this
goetipni Inflammation, Jaundice, Liver Complaints, Lum­
heard from gray: or any other un­
President, becomes the regular ranged the traffic o f the line, and it jeopardize the present plan o f change not want the South treated well so and State of Michigan, and known as the east half ( J*£) identical route and section o f country in bago; Piles, Rheumatism, Rotontion of urine; Scrofnla’ipr1
desirable shade; to brown or black, of th‘e south-east qnarter?(J^l jof section seventeen (If)
ii-ing’s Evil, Soro Throata. Stone andrGraveU Tic-Douloh-'
ding officer o f the Senate, and remains fo r the future to devise rem­ o f gauge, as gold, national trust gold much as it does a united South to sus­ .in township soven (7) south of range seventeen (17) west, mind when he breathed those stirring renXj
Tumora; Ulcors, Worms of at! kinds, TYwkueea
at
discretion.. It is easily applied,
and: containing eighty acres moro or less; also the wedt. words of wisdom, ffYdutig man, go W eil.”
from an^'cansd. etc.
•
will be rechosen President, pro edies for the poriodic strains that notes, and present currency scaled tain the Democratic aspiration for liftlf'(^)
of the south-east quarter (%) of section seven­
being in one preparation, and quick­
Therefore,
it
is
but
natural"
M
.hnt
parties
teen (17) iu township spvon (7) south of range seventeen
| If Saturday morning ,finds the break down temporarily the best- down to gold value would be sufficient spoils.— Chicago Tribune.
I ^ P 0 I !T M I T
C A U T I O N .'
ly and effectually produces, a _pcr(17) west, and containing eighty acres more, or Ies3, will
taking this advice should desire to.pats
be sold at" public auction or vondue, at tho front door of
still unfinished, and the Demo- planned schemes o f finance.
>’onb aro genuine unless the signature of J. Hatbock;
manent color, which will neither
equipment for a long time to run the
over a road 'that has done: so much: ibi & as agent for the.: United Statos, surronbds each box ol
tbo Court. Bouse, in the village of Berrien Springs, in
are able to further delay it, the
nib nor wash off.
.
' said County of Berrien,
and Ointment.-. Akandsomo -reward will be given,
financial traffic o f the country. ( 1 )
State, (especially as it. offers the best fa-, Pills,
CHANGE OF GAUGE.
to any one rendorihg sucli f nforihation as may lead to
O u tlie 2S£n d a y o f H a y , A t I>, 1S77,
;e will probably proceed to put
There
is
just
one
more
trick
that
Bullion notes on a deposit o f gold
cilities) and see for Lhemselves. By the: , the detection of ally party or^parties'. cpuuterfGitiugtho-;
Manufactured hy R. P. HALL & CO.,
at 11 o'clock in tho forenoon of said day. to satisfy the
medicines "or vending the samej knowing 'them tplbo-i
To change, however, successfully
on in the chair.”
and silver, but only a legal-tender at the Obstructionists will "resort to, and,- amount which 6hall then bo duo on said Mortgage, to­ Hannibal & St." Joseph E. K., through Spurious.
* '
" ’
;
■j
NASH U A, N. H .
with the roosts of such Joreclosuro and salo, nod
**f Sold at tlio manufactory* of-'Prpf6Bsor H0LL0WAT^ «&
e last question o f dispute has the present greenback; gauge to the their gold value. (2) Gold and silver like all that- have preceded it, it will gether,
cars are run’ from Cleveland and Toledo, .-Co,,
‘ Ssli-Ey all Dng^sta, »ni Dci’.ers la Hodieite:.
also an attorney Jco provided* for in said Mortgage.
New York, audbyalhrespoctabledruggists and^deal*
‘
DAVID ROUGH, Assignee.decided by the electoral commis- gold; gauge witout a complete stoppage coins, and no paper under the denom­ fail. They will object to a Wisconsin,
and through connections made from Cin­ j era in mediciuo tbrougbodt'Hhe civilizGd world, in boxes ;
V an Ripir & IIiNMAN. Atty’s for Assignee.
25 cents, 62 cents'and ,$.I‘ eacb.; = .r-,;. -.*> . ’
. ;; •
cinnati and Indianapolis, via Quincy, to at C^Thore
and it will adjourn on Friday, and a general devastation o f the line ination o f ten dollars. (3) Notes re­ Elector, and" by,filibustering motions
Dated Feb. 2S, A. D. 1877,
3wlS
is'-cohsiderobie ’saviPg: by taking the larg er .
•• ,•
"-r •
St. Jo., Atchison and Kansas City, and. •sizes;die, and in all probability the is the'great;problem, and one not yet deemable in gold from a sufficient re­ will seek to prevent the reassembling
_ *N. Bi—Dircctions'for the guidnuca'-bf-ptiticnfs in ovary,
from Chicago to Kansas City without disordor-aro affixed toeachbox.-* *
...
; will be completed and Senator satisfactorily solved by-our legislators, serve-fund, and issued direct by the o f the Joint Convention after .the two' •
Mortgage Sale.
change, W e are about to issue, in "con­ Office ,112 Llbei ty Slreel, ifew Vork.
financiers, and the public generally.
retain, his present position.
TvEFAULT
having
boon
made
In
Iho'paymont
of
a
corHouses
shall
have
1
separated
for
de-.
Government. (4) Notes redeemable
JJ tAin sum of-money secured to bo paid by an indent­ nection with our-- own, a coun ty : map of
When a great railroad makes a change
. Treat ln-sAmonths.ls good I OnelndnstroeA vm m giB m his
in gold,, and issued by banks or indi­ bate. But" they forget one important ure of Mortgage made and executed by George F. Thayer Colorado and New Mexico, giving valua­
made the aboro m m In s !j c-.ecths—from Arrcnst to Januarr—
Maggie.Thayer, hia. wife, of tbo County of Berrien
o f gauge it is accomplished almost infact— that, once the Wisconsin returns and
eanvaaBlnE fpr.ttolltaatratod'OlN.-DooR.ANDODT,''price S s it 1
vidually
on
deposit
o
f
Government
and
State
of
Michigan,
of
the
first
part,
to
David
Rough,
per anmim. Including any.one ortho flao oil chromos,“ Oh the.
ble
information
'as
regards
time
*
tables;
|e ups and downs o f life in Mexi- stanter ; thousands o f workmen are
Juniata,''
‘'American HanreaV’ d r “ Ylrgln Voeta,” Mch m t o
of'tbosaniG'Conuty and State, of tho second part, and1
have
been
opened,
and
the
two
Houses
.
-TOJlsc
W
«»rfcin
ff
C
l
«
»
s
.—Wor.ro
T.ow
proparoci
lochos. A reliab le A g e n t w a n te d In every c-nunroutes, distances, altitudes, &c.,-which-we *Lo furc'eli alf claesM with coD8Wnt“eraplo3intnt aiuomo,
.boariofifciato on the thirtieth day of October, ouo thou­
owd on; each other and get into; placed at. every point, and at the bonds, with 25 per cent, margin for
t y to canvass for tMa c^mbloaSon. A d d S s ia t i^ t S
have not agreed to the rejection o f sand eight'hnndred andsixty-nlno, and recorded in tho will bo pleased to furnish free; ■ upon ap- ^the whole of tho time orfor.their Rp-Jre'inqmeafet . J5usir.
Pictorial.Printing Co,. 74
Rnndeloh
gle- It, is only a step; from im- signal the spikes are drawn, the rails security and guarantee o f redemption.
offico'oti tho RcgiBter.of Deeds of the,County ofvBorrien*
inbw, light ntrd profilablo. ...Persons of-either-sex- • 8t«*3chlpai60* i pp. drooior treo. Sample paper 6 eta.
the votes objected "to, the count is" in said Stato, on the 8th-day of November, A- D. 1869, at plication in. persou or by letter’ addressed.. lie's
ewily earn from f.Oceotl'to S5 per cyenjaift,and aproRoi'-j
rejoicing to manacles and de- m oved/ the hammers fall, and with (5) A ll paper money to be issued by
o’clock P. M., in Liber Z of Mortgages,- on page 78, on
complete under the terms of, the Elec­ 2which
to
T . P e n fie ld , G . P .'& 'A I.A .,-'!" ,- tiouitlHiitirbydovotmgrtbelr*.wliole timo.to.Uio
Baid Mortgage thoro. is claimed to bo duo mid unI t was only the other day hardly a day’s cessation, the trains one bank; like the Bank o f England
-Hoys aud girls earn nearly ftS DHicb ns men. Tbat-an
paid’
at-tho datoof this foreclosure, th e suui of one thou­
4sn
toral law, and the Senate can and will
Hannibal, MoT,* •vlio see this notfeo may spnd tbejr ailnresa,. and.
tbev
or
the
Bank
o
f
France,
supervised
sand four hundred ’thirty-one and.sixty-olght one-hunia rode into Matamoras at the; go thunderiDg’hy again. What more
^buHiiess wi* make this. nupftiallelpU .oflVr:. fo «ocu as
so announce, whether the" House joins: dredths dollars ($1,431.68), and no suit nt law or proceed­
}Aso*aotWi‘lle.iusri«2 wo will fend oao dollar to U^y for ,
o f a thousand men. How we; Is required; to renew the immense by the Government, and paying tax
ings m equity having,boon instituted to recover tho said
N SUMS .TO SUIT, on approrA-} tprI- *•«*«.
the tro«liK» of^vritinc. Full partlcnlare. samples vujitb,
in the closing proceedings 'or not. sum
or monoy or, any part -thereof: Therefore notice Is
-MevWalidvViara io.coBHneuco .work on.and.acopy oi nomo. T •*romthree fc-j five year**, •
aformed that, he has; been arrest- trafic ? Only the equipment, the roll­ to it for the privilege. ( 6 ) Tho Suf­
heroby given, that by virtno of. tho power of salo con­
The
result
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f
tho
count
will
have
b
e
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tained in said Mortgago, now become operallye, and iu
ALSO, SRAL ESTATE. AGENT
id is in prison. W e are informed ing stock, *must correspond, and be in. folk Bank system o f mutual redemp­
come a matter- o f record, and if ‘ the pursuance of'tbo Statute in such cose ninrioanft provided,
tion,
as
formerly
1
existingin
New
tho land described-in eaiU- Mortgage, te-wit r All that
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lhat a-determined effort; will he readiness for the new order o f things.
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with.-lr.jp.
Cihi) kM|
House should filibuster until doomB-. certaiu piece*or parcol of land situated in tbo County of
rl ’lli ,-'' , *—
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1 to break his power on the Rio So it is with the currency: ’ ' "First, the;, England.
Borrien aud State^of.Michigan, aud known as tholwoBt
day it could not'prevent thoinaugura- bal((i^)-of the fisulh-t-ast quarter (^)- of eoctlon num■^A
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THE ADVANTAGES OF THE PIAN.
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le border. B u t even, with Cor-, greenback gauge must; he changed to,
8ovontcen(17)dn.township number seven (7), south
^CiUlojno,fr». iiSjmr. 400»cr**.- I3r«o-b»u**.
t-ion o f President Hayes and Vice- her
of rftngetuuml)or,EOTonteen (17) west, containiog eighty
4rSfOOB!«sfric»
O. Good as corn f»rs'.oay"i»d.
prison,-will it succeed?— Inter- gold- on a certain "fixed day ‘stim'ultaC00;000 Vni31^:
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This plan presented'to your readers President Wheeler on Monday 9 ?xt. acroa more or IcsBywill be sold at public auction or ven­
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'thifowla.liiud ia Iriorii prolific. ‘Yorir heal'hful nda 110600,000Oteen-houM
,
due, at the front door-of^tho, Oourt House dn tho vlllago'
'triiioii,. - Plohrisbt-'ii oil uplr.ni! and ‘ht-Lncs the drouth,
‘ A Great Keinotiou in Price* of
neously.- throughout -the ^country, and, is practicable, and could be easily car- -irQhicago.'Tribuhe.- - - - W .:
of Berrien Springs, in said County of Berrien,
Uettcr thao oilier’cereds. Woighi 60 1I?b. per.hn, The,
XhTM
- Catalogues Fro#;•
; 'l2Sd T««.
f - O n tlie 2 8 t U d a y o f
. ■;
‘the sooner,that; day the: better’for the ried out'in all it# details. It offers
^ 5X0RHS, UARRIS
OX. co
son
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!; G O T S i B E V 0 1 iT E R S ,-& c .::
■atll o’clockln the forenoon- oir"eaid day.' to gatisfy the
great
__ activity in. -the sale prosperity,-of- the country. I do not no dreaded contraction o f the curren­
amount which-fihtill then be duq,on sald.-Mortguao, tor
iX
iiiic a leduced from 20 to SOper ee»t. Write forTniu?.*'
witHHhe coats*of;Bucli foreclosure and sale,->and
lands in Gratiot county.-- mean by this.the’reBumption o f specie’ c y ; no violent change in the relation# “ The M. -E; ;Ghurcli at Paw. P a r to o k ,-gether
.S ® “ When you .want
^trAted.CatjlogneTwith reditcod.pticod for.l»I7.v,A4dre« »>.
also an attorney.fee provided for-ln Raid .Mortgage. >- ] ,
* ***
- v DAVID ROUGH,"Mortgage#,
printed on" cards;- in'&stTcrMS^s^lei,,
8'think ’that this fact au* ;J>ay meat* by the - Goveifnihent; or dndi- o f debtor and„creditor? wbp’.wquld,,he in 51:new-'Coi£yert3^ and tthe;i Presby-^
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tAddrea O. B. KREBS k OO. J»ok*OR, Mich;;
r V ls RiPM * HisxAK^Atty’sYor Mortgagee. . . :
giv«
US a call. B0 Caras forrS5,OanM.V.l; S*ywk«tp»p«r>e«Miw' iU.- - - *lw4e#r
f.viduals on pagtrjndebti^hfeMl/htit'siin-, left "to settle their did contracts ‘ in terian 31r Fiehtffl8ifiv ?**
r prospecta in .business.
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Date*‘F«bi28,
A-.
D.1877.
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JOHN G. HOLMES, Editor.
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THURSDAY MORNIHG, MARCH 1, 1S*77-B suing y e a r a t tho following exceeding­
ly low rates:
WITH
.IT^'.'.Advartisors.
TRICK. RECORD.
T h e ‘ ‘ a t t l f t i s the. b e s t A d v e r t i s i n g ;
M e d iu m 'S iW lt t h - w e s t e r n ; M i c h i g a n , h a y ­
in g ; t h e la r g e s t , c i r c u l a t i o n , o f a n y o t h e r
p a p e r i n t h is p a r t o f th e S ta te ..
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jajcc u t s .
“ G e o . P . R ow ell & C o., 41 P ark R ow , N . Y .,
s ? M . P e ttiig U ], S t P a rk R o w , H . Y ., and
R ow ell & Chesman, St. -.Louis, M issouri, are
9ur authorised ag en ts to con tra ct, fo r advertis­
ing^ a t our low est rates, fo r tho colum ns o f the
Bkkiukx CorxTT R kcoro .
NOBLE i N O B L E !
-•W ILIi SEX.L-
l BOOTS!
SHOES! SHOES!
H A T S
A N D
C A P S !
CHEAPER T H A N EVER
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Village Election Notice.
N otice is h ereby g iv e n th a t the R eg u la r A n ­
nu al E le ctio n o f the T illa g e o f B uchanan, w ill
b e h eld at E n gin e House: N o . 1 , in said villa g e,
o n Tuesday M arch 13tb, I S t t , a t w h ich e le c tio n
th e follow in g Officers are to. b e e l e c t e d : One
P resid en t, on e 'R e c o r d e r , o u e M arshal, o n e
Treasurer, on e A ssessor and th re e Trustees.
B. D. H arper , Recorder.
Registration Notice.
N o tic e is h ereby g iv e n th a t tho V illa g e
B o a r d o f R egistration f o r th e T illa g e o f Bucauau, w ill b e in session o n Saturday, M arch
lO tb , 1S77, fro m 9 o’ c l o c k a - it. to 4 o’c lo c k
r. m . o f said day at th e C ou n cil R o o m , in E n *• -sLae H ouse N o . 1 , fo r th e purpose; o f re v isin g
n&d co m p le tin g th e registry o r lis t o f qualified
■voters e n title d to v o t e at t h e T i l l a g e E le c tio n ,
to b e h e ld M arch 13th , 1S77- D u rin g said
session o f th e B oard o f R e g istra tio n it is the
r ig h t o f a n y person who: m ay b e a qualified
v o te r at th e e le c tio n in M arch , IS 77, and
w h ose nam e is not. a lread y re g is te re d o n tho
T illa g e R e g iste r, to h ave his n a m e en tered in
th e said R e g iste r. T he nam e o f any person
who: is entitled: to v o te i n said T illa g e w ill be
reg istered b y the R e c o r d e r at; any tim e p rev i­
ous to said R eg istration day, u p on tho dem and
o f said .e le c to r . A ft e r the close; o f said ses­
s io n o f the B oard o f R eg istration , M arch 10th .
n o nam e can; b e placed; upon the; R e g iste r until
after the clo se o f th e p o lls at the e le c tio n on
M arch 18th, 1S77.
v
B , D . H art e r , R e co rd e r.
A heavy frost this morning.
em em ber
th e
A lp h a
Society
furnished at low­
short notice.
aro accompanied
or steel engrav'
Two horse thieves, with a horse and
buggy stolen from near Coloma, were
captured at Grand Rapids, February
2 1 st.
R ed ribbons have made their ap­
pearance in this place. Our “ imp”
was the first to attract; our attention
in this direction.
election, in another,
W ho are your candidates for the
village officers ?
R egister , i f you have not done so
already.
N ow is the time to harvest vour
crop o f ham and eggs.
A ccording to the Herald, there
must be some Democrats in St. Jo­
seph who are pretty thoroughly steep­
ed in, blood and thunder and need a
little shaking up.
E yerbody tries to keep up the old
cry o f hard times, but traveling men
say that business is picking up fast,
and that the, prospect for the future
is bright. So mote it be.
P reparations are being made for
running the Buchanan Cheese Facto­
ry the coming season. It will be un­
der the same management as last
year. Miss Hollenbeck, to superin­
tend, and Samuel French, proprietor.
frequently hear the question
asked, “ What has happened to Cap­
tain DeMont that he should keep such
a house as he now doeB ? " How is it,
D ick?
W e
T he winter term o f school in the
country districts is about; closing.
E x -S heriff 'Weim er is going Into
the livery business in Benton Harbor.
T here are sixty-one “ patent bowel’
jnewspapers sent from one firm in
e iJjm
€Mca
jago to the readers o f this State;
S. 0 . Gibbs , former agent for the
M. C. R . R ., at this place, was in
town on Monday.
Red Ribbon mania is all the
go in the eastern part o f the State.
Rather tough on liquor dealers.
'T h e
T eachers o f country schools are
now on the outlook for their; sum­
mer’s job.
M arried men now have another
excuse for coming home late from -the
club.. A comet is visible.
K erosene
is advertised in this
town for thirty cents per
What a happy change!
__T here was a social in the Good
Templar’s hall on Tuesday evening.
Good time and lots: o f it.
W aterman ha3 moved his barber
shop'*to rooms over K inyon’s grocery,
where he will continue to scrape faces.
P ishing for white fish has been
commenced at St. Joseph, and large
quantities are now being caught there.
B uy your visiting cards at this
office. 50 for 25 cents or 100 Jfor 40
to one person.
T he general: remark o f traveling
men who visit thea place is, “ The
most pleasant place on my route.”
T he corner on kerosene oil has been
broken, and we should be able to get
it at the old prices soon, if reports are
to be relied upon.
mk
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W ork has been commenced on the
water, works at Niles, and will he car­
ried to completion at the earliest* pos­
sible moment. ■
^ ■ T here , was, a social gathering at the
N residence o f E ld. W . W . Wells, for
the benefit o f the .Presbyterian church,
on Tuesday evening.
W hat has the Detroit: Free Press
done with that,-excellent display of
S fl poultry it ‘exhibited the 8tb of
^ N ovem b er?
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P A . B . R ifor'd has; beea appointed
^post-master at Benton Harbor; and
ithe appointment’ confirmed' by the
Senate.
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County
B enton Harbor is raising money
by subscription for a public library
and reading room,, in that place.
$120 has already been secured. A
good investment.
H arry W illiams , formerly an em­
ploye in the Advent Christian Times
office in this place, now of the Indian­
apolis Journal, was in town on a
short visit this week.
T he dryness o f the weather during
the last two or three weeks has mate­
rially affected sugar making. The:
earth being too dry for a free flow of
sap.
The Niles Democrat says that “ L e­
vi Sparks has lost; three horses by eat­
ing too much corn.”
Change your
diet, governor .—Evening Hews.
T h is county is entitled to sixteen
delegates, to the State Convention.
See call for Convention in another
column.
A
correspondent
to
tho Detroit
Burns fell into one o f the large vats
at the paper mill, on Monday morn­
ing about eight o’ clock, and was dan­
gerously scalded.
J ambs D uncan: has sold out his
right: to his lap table, with: the excep­
tion of the. Eastern.and Middle States,
to Mr. Alfred Richards, who is now
manufacturing them. Mr. Duncan,
will soon move to Koshocton, Ohio,
where: he intends making his home.
T here is one druggist in this coun­
ty who sells whisky and other liquors
by the drink on a druggist’s license.
There may be some limb o f the law
after him with hot shot i f he contin­
ues this sort o f practice. Better go
slow.
. A ’ correspondent in Galien objects
to our account o f the dance, at that
plaoe, last week.. -We forgot to say
that four couples did not; take part in
the fight, but stayed in, the hall anc
danced, while the rest were out having
some fun.,
4 H enry HERPoLSHEiMER'Tjormer
.M r . J oseph S parks has exchanged
\clerk for Howe, R ichards,& Co., of, Eis'farm, near the river bridge' with
jthis place, now o f f h e firmf.of. Voigt£ Mr., E . ;G. .Smith, for a farm - near
Jferpolaheimer: 4t C o;,of Grand Rapidl, Mattawan, in V atf . Buren* county,
la towa to-day, v
wher# ha removed this morning.
Buchanan,
Michigan*
Thursday,
You can get a good dinner at Smith
& Son’s lunch room for 20 cents.
L etter H eads, N ote H eads, etc .
—-W o make a specialty o f this class
of work, and claim wo cannot bo beat,
either in quality of work or prices.
Come and see us when you want work
of this description, and we will guar­
antee to give you complete satis­
faction.
Present, O. S. Black, President; B. D.
Harper, Recorder; Messrs. Churchill,
E mma
M a c ic ,
th e
eight-year* old Fox, ECowo and Strong, Trustees.
daughter of B . Mack, o f Niles, fell
Tire minutes of the last regular meeLiug,
from the second floor in the Clifton held Dec. 28, 1S76, were read, and on
You are sure to find first class Jew­
house, a distance of eighteen feet, to motion o f Mr. Howe, supported by Mr.
the floor below, striking on her head Churchill, the same were approved.
elry, plated ware, &c., at prices way
The following bills were read and re­ down, for cash, at Lapierre & Brown’s,
and shoulders. She was insensible
ferred'
to the Committee on Finance and N iles,.
for some time after and it is feared
Claims:
that she is injured internally.
Call at Dodd’s Drug Store and
B. F. Fisk, Drain Com., For drain­
ing Cemetery,
- $41.25
look at their nice stock o f choice per­
T here was a little, excitement in YVm. Pattengell, services as nightfumery.
Tfcreo Oaks on Saturday last, over
watch,
- 35.00
For teas, coffees and sugars, away
the expected marriage of a respecta­ A. P. Evans, services as Marshal
and Street Com.,
- 25.SS down to “ Bed R ock” prices, call at
ble young widow to a roving sailor,
the Grange store.
but some o f the sailors’ very good A. P, Evans, moneys advanced
16.45
for Yillage,
friends succeeded in getting him hap­
Look out for new spring goods at
Tho finance committee reported favora­
py drunk before the nuptial ceremony
bly on the bills of TV, A . Pattengell and F ox ’s, in a few days,
was performed, and the “ vfidder”
A. P. Evans, recommending their allow­
Large line of New S pring P rints
thought, “ I gueS3 not, sir,” at any ance at the amounts of said bills.
just received.
rate he is still a single sailor.
Moved by Mr. Fox, supported by Mr...
n otjjro to ; se U ,
Strong, that the bills reported corrpct by
and will let no man, woman or child
H e came to town yesterday and' the Fmance Committee he allowed, andundersell us.
unexpectedly met a few too many the Recorder directed to draw the proper
R edden & G raham .
friends, and when interviewed by our orders for their payment. Carried.
Come and see those splendid glass
The bonds of A. J. Carothere, retail
Marshal, he explained his condition
thus:
“ Now; Mizzer Evanz, you liquor dealer, as principal, with O. Dal- sets, and new Queen’s wave at the
rymple and Thos, Yanderhoft’ as sureties, Grange store.
knows ven I gum; zu town, I raus hov
were presented to the Common Council for
some leetle fun mit to poys, and I approval.
A splendid lot o f table and pocket
trinks a leetle. I not garea a tom for
Moved by Mr. Howe, supported by Mr, cutlery at the Grange store, purchas­
dem demperance, Aind ot.”
Churchill, that the bonds of A . J., Gnroth- ed at a bankrupt Sale, for about half
the usual price.
ers be approved. Motion carried.
Moved by Mr. Fox, supported by Mr.
T he Chamberlain heirship case
Physicians Endorse it and Use It,
Str ng, that the wages of the night watch­
which was commenced in the Surrogate
Caution : D o not let any druggist
man be reduced from §1 25 to $1.00 per
Court o f New York, for the purpose nigll, to take immediate effect. Motion palm off any medicine on you in place
o f finding out who were the legal can i *d.
o f the Great English Remedy. This
heirs to the Judge Bcnj. Chamber­
111 motion of Mr. Harper, supported medicine is endorsed and prescribed
lain’s estate, and has been about sev­ by Mr. Fox, the Common Council ad­ by our most talented and oldest prac­
en years passing through the different journ- d.
ticing physicians. E very bottle sold
courts o f that State, has now’ gone to
B. D. H abpbk, Recorder.
is guaranteed. I f not as represented,
the court o f appeals. Tho decision
o f that court is expected to he final.
plaint of Prosecuting Attorney Van
Riper, charged, with having burned
the house belonging to his wife; on
ler farm, near Dayton, m 1874. His
examination will be held March 5th.
The house was insured by the Farm
ers’ Mutual Insurance Company, and
they have offered a reward o f
for the conviction o f the guilty one.
A meeting of the citizens o f Ben­
ton township was held in Benton H ar­
bor on Saturday last, for the purpose
o f organizing an Agricultural Society
in the north part o f the county, to
hold a fair at Benton Harbor. The
various committees were appointed
and the work commenced in earnest.
vidently they are getting tired, of
going twenty-five or thirty miles to
attend a fair in Niles, where the Ber­
rien County Agricultural Society has
seen; fit to take it the last few years. ”
T h e City Bathers o f Niles have
been bull-dozed a little by one o f the
justness men o f that place recently.
H e asked the worthy body to allow
him to put some hay scales in at a
certain point in a street named, and
without finding out where it was to
be, they granted, the. privilege ; but
when work was commenced on Main
street the Council repented their rash
move, and at a special meeting recon­
sidered their former action, and stop­
ped proceedings at once.
the noon prayer meeting in
Chicago, on the 1st o f February, “ the
united prayers o f the Lord's people
were requested that the H oly Spirit
will speedily manifest His saving and
converting power with the churches
and pastors o f St. Joseph, Mich ;”
they should also include Buchanan,
for both are hot beds o f radicalism.
Requests were also made that a law­
yer, convicted o f sin, would now sub­
mit to Christ. They are pretty hard.
At
■Hiles Mirror.
The evil propensities existing in
Niles were so plain to he seen that the
H oly Spirit needed no urging, but
has sent his saving power to them,
Nono too soon, however.
T h e Grangers in our place aro hav­
ing some very interesting meetings.
T he Alpha Literary Society Will Their discussions on farming and oth­
hold their last,open meeting for the er subjects o f general interest are
present term, at the High School quite instructive to those who attend
building to-morrow (Friday) evening. them. There is a great need o f im ­
They have a good programme, and an provement among farmers,, and agri­
interesting entertainment is expected. culture presents a broad field for de•velopment, and if they would take
W m . A . P almer , who shot Charles more interest in discussing subjects
T . Murray, editor o f the South, Bend pertaining to their calling, and make
Herald, about a year since, and was a good use o f the means o f advance­
sentenced to two years’ ' confinement ment which they possess, they would
in the State prison, died last week of soon raise the standard o f the noble
typhoid pneumonia, at the prison hos­ profession in which they are engaged.
C.
pital.
Post from Niles, says that James
Record,
W e notice a few children on the I ’ ro ce cU lo g s o f fltc C o m m o n C o u n c il o f
tlio VIlL-i :;c o f JKiiclmimn.
streets with hare feet. Better put on
A regular meeting of tho Common
those shoes and stockings again Qr
speak for a lot in tho cemetery. You* Council of the Yillage of Buohanan. was
have your choice, of course. The held at the Council room, in Engine House
first of M ay is early enough for-bare­ No. 1. on Thursday evening, Jan. 25,
1877.
:
footed children or any one else.
On Saturday, last Catherine Cramp
T he March number o f Church's nee Rolls and Maria Kinney, sisters,
Musical Visitor has arrived and is as were brought before Justice Alexan­
usual rich, with reading o f interest to der on complaint o f Caroline G. Vanthe lover o f music- There are sever­ erhoff on a charge o f burglary and
al fine songs with choruses.
larceny. They were sent to Berrien
jail to await an examination to take
No need o f red ribbons in Gassop- place March 5th.
Olis. They have but one saloon there
and tho Village Board manage to keep
H e n r y R o z e l l e , o f Dayton, was
that closed the: moat o f the time. arrested and brought before Justice
Right.,
Alexander on Monday last, on com­
to ­
morrow night-.
S ee notice o f
column.,
Other periodicals
est club, rates, upon
Those marked *
with either ehromos
inss.
D r . R eynolds succeeded in induc­
ing three hundred and fifteen to don
the red ribbon and “ dare to do right,”
in Niles, during his three, days’ visit.
Good enough.
M arch, the first o f Spring ?
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^ G od ey ’s L ad ies B o o k . . . . . . . . . .§ 8 .0 0
§4.0 0
*D em orest’s M onthly M a g a zin e. .
8.00
8.75
’•‘P e te rso n ’s M a g a z in e ,. . . . ........... 2.00
8.00
H arper's B a z a r . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.0 0
4.75
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'W e e k l y ...... ........ .. .
*1.00 4.75
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M on th ly M a g a z in e.......... 4.00
4.75
S cie n tific A m e r i c a n ,,. . . . . . . . . .
S.20
4,25
L itte ll’a L iv in g A g e . .................. «.. 8.00
S.25
T h o Christian, U u ion . . .............
8.20
4.00
A m e rica n A g ric n ltu r a lis t.. . . . . .
l.fiO
2.65
In ter-O cean , W e e k l y . . . ............... 1 .6 5
2.65
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S e m i-W e e k ly ............ 3.80
4.00
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D a i l y . . . . . . ...............6.S0
6.75
C h icag o T ribune, W e e k l y . . . . . . . . .
1.60
2.50
C h ica g o T im es, W e e k l y ............... 2.00
3.00
D e tro it F ree P ress, W e e k l y - . . . .
2.00
3.15
D e tro it P ost, W e e k l y - ............ . . . . 2.00
3.00
D e tro it W e e k ly T r ib u n e ............... 2.00
3.15
C incinnati W e e k ly T i m e s - . ______ 2.0 0
3.50
T h e H ou sehold ........................... . . . 1.00
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M ichigan F a rm er,........................
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R u r a l...................
2.00
3 .0 0
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1.00
2.35
* Frank L eslie’s U lus. N ew spaper.
4.00
4.75
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C him ney C o r n e r .. 4.0 0
4.75
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L ad ies’ J ou rn a l. 4.0 0
4.75
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2.5 0
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1.50
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P leasan t H o n r s .,.
1.50
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4.75
* T h e Y o u n g A m e r i c a n . . . ............ 2.5 0
3.50
* T h e J o llv J o k e r . .......................... 1.00
2.25
T o le d o B l a d e . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.00
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Berrien
R unaway.—-Prof. J. A. Jones and
wife, with two children, wore driving
up D ay ’ b Avenue, this morning,-and
when opposite J. M. Boice’s black
smith shop a cow came running out
from the- alley near S. W . Epley’s
house, with a man and two dogs after
her; The horse took fright at this
show and commenced to back, cramp­
ing the right fore wheel under the
the box so as to break the axeltree
B y this time the cow was about oposito to the; buggy, and the horse
started to run the other way, and ran
to nearly opposite Mr. Epley’s house
when the. buggy struck a hitching
post and upset, throwing the passen
gers all out onto .the side walk. None
were seriously hurt unless it be Mr.
Jones, who*says that the horse kicked
him in the chest. The oldest child, a
girl about ten or twelve years old, had
her faco badly bruised and one knee
hurt.
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fr o m
the druggist or agent o f whom pur­
chased is authorized to refund the
price paid for it.
« A i,n :s .
Feb. 27, 1S77.
E d . R ecord—Dear Sir : in the
last weeks’ issue o f your paper I no­
ticed a couple o f items which I wish
to correct. First, the notice of- tho
death o f Miss Ella Yaw, stating that
ler sickness was measles. This is a mis­
take. Her sickness was menigitis, or
inflammation o f the brain, a disease
which almost invariably proves fatal.
Second, the item about the social
dance in Galieu one week ago last
' ’ riday evening, saying, “ it ended in
a social fight, in which all participat­
ed.” Now, in Galien, four or five,
parties, who saw fit to disturb a. dance,
does not mean ail. W e do not- wish
to be represented worse than we. arc,
for the Lord knows we are bad enough.
Respectfully,
Dr . B. O. Smith.
Locals.
Disease Grows Apace,
Like an ill wind, and cannot be mastered
too early. What is a trifliqg attack
of sickness to-day may, if unattended to,
become a serious case in a weak. Small
ailments should be nipped in the bud be­
fore they blossom into full blown maladies.
I f this advice Were attended to, mauy a
heavy bill for medical attendance might
be avoided. When the liver is disorder­
ed, the stomach foul, the bowels obstruct­
ed, or the nerv es disturbed, resort, should
at once be bad to that supreme remedy,
Hoatetter’s Stomach .Bitters, a few doses
of which will restore healthy action and
put the system in perfect order. I t is a
wise precaution to keep this incomparable
preventive in the house, since it checks,
with unrivalled promptitude, -disorders
which breed others far more dangerous,
and in their latest developments are them­
selves often fatal.
S trayed . — A two-vear old steer,
light red, with white face, a white
spot on each flank, one on the top o f
the shoulder and a white tail, has a
split in the loft ear, was taken up
from the public highway by me in
August last, and is now at my prem­
ises, three-fourths o f a mile east of
H ill’s Corners, in Weesaw township.
The owner can secure the above by
proving property and paying costs.
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Geo. Boyle
Dr. E. A . Curtis, of Dowagiac, has
given his entire attention to the treat­
ment o f Chronic Diseases, for a num­
ber of years, and has cured more
difficult cases, In this vicimty, than
any other physician in this State.
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Try Smith & Son’s 60 cent Jap. tea.
W all Paper, W all Paper ! Best
stock in town. Fresco paper,, satin
japer, -white blanks, brown blanks,
and all kinds o f bordering, at S. P. &
0 . C. High’s.
Wanted, all the dried apples I can
get for goods.
H. J. H owe. •
L ost.— The capo to an overcoat, of
dark blue beaver, lined with- farmer’s
satin, was lost on the road between
this place and Dayton, on Saturday,
the 3d ult. The finder will be suita­
bly rewarded if he will leave the above
at Young’s store, in Dayton, , or this
office.
W e have just open'ed at the Grange
store, the largest and best assortment
of prints, muslins,* dress goods, edg­
ings, notions, &c., that we have ever
had, and which we are selling at a
very low margin.
R edden & Graham will for the
next twenty days close out their dress
goods at following prices:
Previous price 75 cts, now 25 cts.
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65 cts, “
20 cts,
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50 cts, .. “ ‘ *15 cts,
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25 cts, “ ^ 10 cts.
Gome and' see50,000 pounds o f dried apples want­
ed at Redden & Graham’s next week,
and as many more the week after.
Bring them along.
F o x ’s.'
A ll persons knowing themselves,
to be indebted:-to'Dr.:E. S. D odd &■
Son, prior to and including 1 8 7 6 ,-are
requested to call at once and settle
the same either b y cash or. note.
Milliners, Dressmakers, Sewing.
Machine Agents -and Fancy Goods
Dealers, should send 3 Cent Stamp for
complete working samples and Price
List o f Perforated Parchment Paper
Braid and Embroidery stamping pat­
terns. Mrs. Amelia Blades, Clinton*
Iowa.
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Go to Lapierre & Brown’s, Niles, i f
you want anything in the Jewelry
lino cheap for cash.
-
On February 23d, E. A . Bissell, of
Richland, sold five head o f cattle to
Bingham Divers,, o f Rochester, which
averaged 2,300 pounds each. They
are considered' the five heaviest three
W . D. & C. A : Sterling,. Niles*;
year-old steers’;in the .Northwest, if Mich., have just received a.large in*
•indeed their equals can be found in. voico o f ; ribbons* in the new)- spring;,
America i from one^herdi .. They were colors* .and will seU)^tfi#mTat^thdlqW;
bought fof- exhibition; Sti ’;the'-r',h‘oxfc •pricefc -idboof.fi&' s5H
New York 3t#i# Fair; ”
kdYifcc# iif silk*.
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EEAP
•WDE W E L L
Three or four doses o f the Great
English Remedy is warranted to re­
lieve the worst case o f sore throat you
can produce.
S E L L
'Y O U
M O IS E
Our Druggists all say they have
never sold any medicine that gives
such unversal satisfaction as the Great
English Remedy.
They warrant
every bottle'they sell.
For $5,00 than any other store in the County- Come in and see for
What other preparations fail to do, yourself. With our large Fall Stock, we will give
a o w s iH
Hall’s Hair Renowcr surely accom­
plishes. It renews the hair and especi­
ally restores its color when gray and
faded. As a dressing it is unsurpass­
ed, making the hair moist, soft and
glossy. The most economical prepar­
ation ever offered, its effects remain a
long time, and those who’ have once
made a trial of it will never use any
On" Ogoods
than
ff- ■■ ever before.
"
S. P. &, € . ^
w in g
othoY.-Advertiser and Union, Fredonai, A7. Y.
m
M a c h in e s
g-O
All first-class machines and fully warranted. II you want a good
Machine, I can sell yon one cheaper than you can buy a poor one. It
will cost you nothing to tty one- All kinds of repairing done. Em­
broidering, fancy stitching and stamping done.
Address
Clairvoyant .— Mrs. I. D. Seely
will give clairvoyant sittings at her
residence, in Buohanan, Mich, Terms,
50 Cents a sitting. .
. ~'*4 •; -i.;, -
F. B. E A G L E S F IE L D , Agent.
There is’ No Article Like It to Cleanse
and Restore.
P. O. B ox 881.
Front Street, B
W oods I seproted^'Ha ir R estorative
uchanan,
Scarcity of Money.
There is no doubt but the presant con­
dition of all kinds of business and indust ry
is fearfully depressed, and it. behooves
every family to look carefully to their ex­
penses. ' Winter is coming on when chil­
dren artj liable to Croup, Whooping
Cough, etc. Coughs and colds will pre­
vail everywhere, and Consumption, with
other throat and long diseases, will carry
off many. These diseases should not be
neglected. Doctor’s bills are expensive,
and we would advise our people to use
B oschek’ s G erman S yrup ,
It never,
has failed. One bottle at 75 cents will
keep your whole family well during the
winter. Two closes will relieve any case.
Sold.in all towns in the Uuited States,
and by your Druggist, J. II. Roe & Co.
Lapierre and Brown,' manufactur­
ing Jewelers, .70 Main St., Niles,
Mich., are doing exclusively a cash
business, and in consequence are sell­
ing Watches, silver goods, plated ware,
&c., at hottem prices for Cash. Give
them a call when in Niles.
E psom, N . H., May 3, 1870.
Dear Sir— Having received great
benefit from the use o f Peruvian Syr­
up, I am willing to add my testimony
to the thousands o f others constantly
sounding its praise. Daring the late
war I was in the army, and had the
misfortune to he taken prisoner, aDd
•was confined in Salisbury and other
Southern prisons several months, and
became so much reduced in health and
^strength as to be a mere skeleton o f
'my former self. On being released, I,
was a fit subject for a Northern hospi­
tal, where I remained some, two
months and then came home. My
physician recommended and procured
for.- mo several bottles o f Peruvian
Syrup, which I continued to use for
several weeks, and found my health
restored- and my weight increased
from ninety pounds to one hundred
and fifty, my usual weight, and I have
bpen’ in my usual good health ever
since ; and I can cheerfully recom:
mend it in all cases o f weakness and
debility o f the system, whether aris­
ing from an impure state o f the blood,
dyspepsia, qr almost any other cause,
believing it will in most cases give en. tire satisfaction.
‘ ,Yours truly, , G eo. S. B ixb y .
'• The !Grand Central Hotel, New
York, endorsed by eminent and dis­
tinguished visitors as the best,’ has
ieJWp-Ufld
the popular , demand;
an?)"reduced from $4,00 t6 $ 8 ;6 Q arid
•$8 * 0 0 per' l!Uyv -.
-.a,
,
.
M
ic h .
o n C r o in ;
is unlike aDy other, and has no equal. The
Improved has new vegatable tonic properties ;
restores gray hair to u glossy, natural color ;
restores faded, dry, harsh and falling hair;
restroes, dresses, gives vigor to the hair;, re­
stores hair to prematurely bald heads; re­
moves dandruff, humors, scaly eruptions ; re­
moves irritation, itching [and scaly dryness
No article produces such wonderful effects
Try it, call for Wood’s Improved Hair Re
storative, and don't be put off joiih any other
article. Sold by all druggists in this place
and dealers everywhere. Trade supplied at
manufacturers’ prices by O. A. Coos & Go.,
Chicago, Sole Agents for the United States
and Canadas, and all Wholesale Bruvn-i-.,.
To W h o m St ETny C oncern,
T i n e a B r a y t l i e ST. X . E N A M E L P A E M T € © . ’ §
AND SAVE ONE-THIRD THE C03T OF PAINTING, and get a palat that is MUCH HANDSOMER, and will
last TWICE AS LONG as any other paint. Is prepared ready for use ra WHITE or ANY COLOR desired. Ikon
many thousand o f the finest buildings in the country, many o f which have been painted six yearn, and now look ns
well as whoa first painted. This CHEMICAL PAINT has taken FIRST PREMIUMS nt twenty o f the State Pairs'
o f tho Uoion. SAMPLE CARD OF COLORS SENT FREE Address.
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N,Y, EiVAMELPAIiVT- CO,, 17S Prince St., R. Y.
or MILLER BROS.. 109 Water St., Clevelands 0.
e w w heele :
fa m ily S e w in g lM a G liin e , H o .
Whereas, my wife, Fiettia, has left
my heel and board without just cause
or provocation, this is to warn nil per­
sons from harboring or trusting her
on my account, as I will pay no debts
of her contracting after this date.
Dated at Dayton. Mich., this 16th
day of February, 1877,
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C h a r l e s L . Da v i s .
BBCHANAK PRICE8 OURRF'>'T ~
Cor.recisdivcry
tvorm ny for lb ' Schorr,.
U IT. KCMTfa \
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PrnntSirw.-. .*'•#:/*?;«ah
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Ifomierfui la Us Results;
Thera is no Medicine that has ac­
complished so much as S hiloh ’ s Con ­
sumption C ure . It has established
the fact that Consumption can be cur­
ed, while for Ashma, Bronchitis,
Croup, Hoarseness, Whooping Cough,
and all Lung Diseases it has no equal.
N o Medicine was ever sold on such
favorable terms. I f it was unreliable
it would be the greatest folly to guar­
antee it. It costs nothing to try, as
it can he returned if it does not give
satisfaction after using two-third of a
bottle. Call at one drug store and
get a sample bottle for 1 0 cents, or a
regular size F ifty Cents or $ 1 . IF
your luDgs are sore, or chest- of back
lame, use S hiloh ’ s B elladonna *
P laster , which seldom fails to give
relief. J. H. Roe & Go., Buchanan
Mich. Elsewhere b y Dealers general­
ly-
Noble has the neatest side-lace shoe
in Buchanan.
1877.
Among the Admirable properties
of Glenn’s Sulphur Soap is that of
cleansing tho head of dandruff and
preventing its subsequent accumula­
tion, by opening the pores of the scalp
and thus keeping it healthfully moist.
Depot Crittenton’s No. 7 Sixth Aven­
ue, N. Y . H ill’s Hair & Whisker Dye,
black or brown, 50cts.
52 w4.
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“ H ackmetack ” a new and delightLook at those new styles o f men’s
.ful
Perfume sold b y J. H. Roe & Co.
shoes at N oble’s.
Buchanan* Mich., elsewhere by deal­
Buy your bread and cakes at Smith ers generally.
& Son’s bakery, D ay ’s block.
B errien C ounty A bstract Office ,
New stock o f wall paper at H . J
B errien S prings , Mich.
Howe’ s, trimmed free of charge.
tf
D ix & W ilkinson ,
I will selll very low, two meledions Owners o f the only’ Abstract o f Ber­
I have on hand. Both good, one rien County Records, can furnish full
new.
M rs . A . M. W eaver .
and complete Abstract o f Title by
return mail.
The best 5 cent cigar in town, at
Office first floor County Building.
the Grange store. Something new
R oscoe D . D i x .
T. L.- W ilkinson .
and choice.
Overcoats at, cost, at
March 1,
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7 50
H 00
S 00
3 00
40
Glover Seed, perbaelioL...-......^.,.....
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Timothy Seed, per bushel............ «.......... .
Com* new* per hnshel....................... ............
Oftts, per bushel................................... ...... .
Bran, per ton, sellins.......................... ...... .
Pork. live, per hundred.......................... .
35
14 00
* 6 25
8 75
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Pork, dressed, per hundred...............
10
Pork, mesa, per pound.................................
2 00
Corn Meal* bolted, per hundred *selling.......
Plaster* per barrel,, soiling................ ..........
1 75
@10 00
Hay, tome, per ton........................ ............... 8 0G
Hay, mdxsh, per ton.......................
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Balt, fine, par barrel* selling.......*.....*.....;..
salt* coarse, per barrel, selling....... ............
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Wood, 18 inch, per cord.........................
Wood, 4- feot, per cord*.*...*............
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Batter, per pound....................... ...........
Eggs, per dozen.,*..........-.............
Lard, per pound.....i.............................
Tallow, per pound....... ................ .
Honey* per pound..............................
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Qreen Apples, per bushel.................
Chickens* per pound...,...........................
Brick* per thousand* soiling.................
Hides, green, per pound..
Hides, dry, per pound...
Pelts....
Mackerel, l<To. l , per pound, selling.............
Whit6 Pish, per pound, soiling.......... .
Potatoes............................................... ........
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ce-a ° f painting, slid get t?
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in io7a*ie or a nycolor de- w ■ S Sn I V I I V
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fint 5 5 « 3 tired. I s o n mnnyikougand o f the finest buildines of the country, imahy o f which have been painted six years* and now lo ik a ? wqU us.
when first painted. Tills CH2MICAL PAINThas taken F irst Premiums at twonty o f the State Pairs oi the Liiion,
Sample cards o f colors sentfree. Address,
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HILLER BROS., 109 Water St., Cleveland, 0. or N, Y. EiYAHEL PAIIffT CO,. 103 Cbamhers St., A7. Y,
X 09 1STG.
Chicago................
Kensington.........
Lnko................. .
Michigau City......
;New BnSalo.......
Throe Oaks.........
Buchauau............
9 00
Niles .............. «...
9 27
Dowagiac.............
9 52
Decatur.........
1010
Lawton..... .
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Kalamazoo..........
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Galeebnrg__.......
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Buttle Creek.......
1245 P.M.
Marshall....,,.*.....
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Albiou ...............
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Jackson........
245
Grass Duke........
310
Ohelsoa...............
325
Dexter...............
3 52
Ann. Arbor......
Ypsilanti,............
A 15
445
Wayne Junction.
5 30
G, T. Junction....
Detroit.....,.*....... ..AV 5 45
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Detroit,.,........... Ly. 7 00 A. M
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G. T. Junction......
7 46
WaynO Junction.
Yysilanti........
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Ann Arbo r......
Dexter........... .
9 00
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Chelsea........ .
9 47
Grass Lake.......,,
10 28
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M arshall....... .
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Battle Creek...,.,
12 55
Galesburg...........
115
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Lawton...............
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Decatur .....
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Dowagiac...,
Niles................... .....j 311
3 25
Bncbanau..........
356
Three Oaks........ .
413
Now Buffalo.......
440
Michigan City....
5 23
Lake....................
KoDsiogton.......
6 20
Chicago.............. .Ar 7 05
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5 23
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7 25 At M. 4 55
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1010
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1100
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Accom. livening
jfixyress.
420 P.M. 6 05 P .M .
6 20
435
518
6 67
5 50
7 25
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^Saturday and Sunday excepted
The onlv organ made in which is successfully cons?
bined the following essential qualities pf tone: powers
depth, brilliancy, and sympathetic delicacy.
The most exquisitely beautilul solo effects ever p sx
duccd.
The only stop-action over invented that can not be
disarranged by use.
The only organ made with bellows capacity so groat
that it requires but little effort with-the feetto supply
ult tlie air desired.
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AKONTII—Agents.wanted cveryIn the mattor o f the- .estate o f Lewis Kelsey,
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•aidestate*areroqairedtoappcArata3essiocbfsaidGour<
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Horn—Their Indications.
Much may be learned from the set
and from the haras o f cattle and
•sheep, as indicative o f character.
5 Small, short, slouching horns on a
two or three year old ox give a grave
and .contented aspect to the counte­
nance. Long, slouching horns, as on
the long-horn cattle, seem to oppress
the head -with a constant weight.
Horns springing outward from the
sides o f the head, then rising up and
Lending backward never fail to im­
press that their bearer is quick-tern
pered, ready to use them offensively,
and are set so as to toss up any ob-<
je ct with ease. Such horns may he
i seen on the Jersey bull.
Horns
curving laterally and horizontally for­
ward give a finished appearance to
the tap o f the head when viewed in
front. Such are generally met with
in Southern cattle.
Long horns ris
ing outward, forward, aud having
points outward, impart a majestic air
Mir to the head o f the ox,
Horns rising
outward,, and then approaching be­
hind the head, give an idea o f mal­
formation. Horns springing outward
and then coming straight forward in
the points, seem dangerous. Horns
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springing outward and approaching
forward with the points a little ele­
vated and separated, seen sideways
seem heavy, but seen m front,, orna­
ment the head.
A horn truck at the
root for its length looks clumsy, and
more so when blunted at the point,
and both are associated with dull
feeders.
When springing outward
much, and seen turning downward,
they are ungraceful, A good horn,
however set, is small whore it emerges
from tne head, and tapers gradually
to a small point. A white horn looks
better than a dark-colored and a tip
o f brown or black, according to the
breed, gives a neat finish, though
HI most short horns have entirely white,
and being short and carving upward,
serve more for ornament than defense.
Cattle with spreading horns are bet­
ter feeders than, those with them con­
tracted suddenly in front.
Horns, ^indicate the age o f cattle.
A t three years old the horn is uni­
formly smooth from the root to the
tip.
Every year after three it has a
notch on it, so, counting: the notches,
| and adding three, the age o f the ani­
mal is ascertained.
Tricks are prac­
ticed by fraundulent dealers in filing
down the old notches, to make the
animal appear younger, and the unso: phiaticated are thereby deceived; hut
a slight inspection o f the horn will
easily detect the fraud. The period
o f calving, whether late or early,
affects the notches o f the horn, which
may give an older or yonnger appear­
ance to the animal than its true age.
A s with the cattle the horns o f sheep
indicate the age o f the animal.
The horns are very sensitive organs,
no part o f the body indicating the
presence o f internal disease more
quickly than they do. In pushing
directly forward in a fight, horns wifi
: hear a great fo r c e ; yet a single stroke
I upon them with a cudgel is severely
felt by the animal; and a single stroke
may even, cause the horn to slip off
the flint, which, being a vascular hone
is full o f Blood vessels, and bleeds
freely. Such an injury may cause
inhumation, o f the brain or lockjaw.
When: the horns feel deathlike cold,
inflamation in the body is indicated ;
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Ducklings More Profitable Than
Chickens.
The saying often applied to young
t ducks that “ they eat more than they
Lare worth,” may/no a very unjust one.
Several years ago we were speaking
with a woman who raised yearly large
I numbers of ducks and chickens, re| garding the comparative amount of
| food consumed to bring them to their
Ir­
*as full growth. She stated that “ ducks
eat less in proportion to their growth
| than chickens,” Our readers may be
surprised at this, but upon giving the
matter a little thought they will un­
derstand: the reason. I t is because
the ducklings reach maturity sooner
than the chickens, and. o f course, the
longer it takes to bring a creature to
maturity, the greater the expense,
not only o f food, but o f time and trou­
ble. Experiment has demonstrated
the fact that, with the same quantity
o f food and care, the ducklings, in
ninety days from the shell, may be
made to weigh nine or ten pounds per
pair. Hence the remark quoted at
the commencement o f this paper, does
not apply when ducklings are proper­
ly and intelligently managed.— Poul­
try World-.
Gapes in Poultry.
In, a recent conversation with an
xperienced chicken grower, he, in­
formed us that he had been successful
in conquering that precarious disease
h his young fowls by the application
if air-slaked lime. A s soon as a man­
ifestation o f gapes in his fowls appears,
re confines his chickens in a box, one
it; a time, sufficiently large to contain
he bird, and, places a coarse piece o f
otton or linen cloth over the top.
Jpon this he places the pulverized
ime to fall through. This lime dust
le fowl inhales and causes it to sneeze,
.nd in a short time the cause o f the
;apes is thrown out in the form o f a
limy mass or masses o f worms, which
ad accumulated in the windpipe and
mailer air vessels. This remedy he
onsidera-superior to any he has ever
ried, and.be seldom fails to effect a
erfect cureH e has abjured all
lose mechanical means by which it isttempted to- dislodge the Entozoans
rith instruments made o f whalebono,
og’ s bristles, or fine- wire alleging
lat: people; are quite as- certain to
ush. the, gape worms further down
lie throat; of: the fowls as to draw them
ufc.,—Lancesier Farmer.
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MORTGAGE SALE.
Default having boon made in tho payment of
a certain sum o f money secured to bo paid by
an indenture o f mortgage bearing date tho
twenty-fourth day o f Oetobcr, one thousand
eight hundred and seventy-taro, made and exe­
cuted by Aaron Bell, o f tho county o f Berrien
and State o f Michigan, o f the first part, and
Abner Kelsey, also o f said county, o f the sec­
ond part, which said mortgage was duly record­
ed in the office, o f tho ltegister o f Deeds, in
and for said, county o f Berrien, on the 4th day
of Kovembor, A- L)., lS72,at 14 o’clock r. it., In
Idber S o f mortgages on page 102, Upon which
said mortgage there- is claimed to bo duo and un­
paid at the date o f this notice, by the terms
thereof attjti by tho failure to comply with the
conditions o f said mortgage,, aud tho option, o f
the mortgagee, who has elected to declare the
whole amount o f principal and. iutercst for
which said mortgage was given, to be duo and
payable, tho surn o f two thousand eight hundred
eight dollars and seventy cents, and no suit
or proceedings at law or in, equity having: been
instituted to recover the same or any part
thereof; notice is, therefore, hereby given that
by virtue o f a power o f Sale contained in said
mortgage, and. now become operative, and in
pursuance o f the s tatute in such case made and
provided tho lands described in said mortgage
as all those parcels of land situate in tho coun­
ty Of Berrien and State o f Michigan, to-witr
’f ile west fractional half o f tho, southeast quar­
ter o f section number fifteen (15) in township
seven (7) south o f range seventeen (17) west
reserving arid excepting therefrom, one ( 1 )
aero now enclosed and occupied as a burying
ground, leaving the quantity ot land hereby
convoyed, sixty-nine acres and, ten hundredths
o f an acre, according to the United States
survey- o f the same. Also, the oast,part o f the
southwest fractional quarter o f section number
fifteen (15) as aforesaid, containing thirty
acres and fortv hundredths o f an acre, the west
lino o f the parcel last described to be due
north and south, the whole quantity o f land
hereby convoyed, including the public highway
through said land, and one-half o f tho public
highway on, the east side and north end there­
of, being ninety-nine and one-half acres, w ill
be sold at public auction or vendue at the
front door o f the Court House, in the Village
o f Berrien Springs, Berrien County, and State
o f Michigan,
l» u tire I l t b f i n y o f M a y , A . 51,, 1 S T ,,
at the hour of eleven o’clock in- the forenoon,
to satisfy the amount which shall then bo duo
on said ’ mortgage, together with costs of the
foreclosure and an attorney foe provided in
said mortgage.
T ax Hiper & H invax,
ABNER KELSEY,
Att’TS for Mortgagee
Mortgagee.
Dated, February 14,1877.
MORTGAGE SALE.
Default'haviDg been made in. the payment of
a certain sum o f money, secured1 to be paid'
by a certain indenture o f Mortgage made and
executed by Solomon L. Beardsley and Martha
M. Beardsley, Ms wife, o f the County o f Ber­
rien and State o f Michigan, o f first part, to Ira
Wicks, late o f said County, o f the second'part,
now deceased,; and bearing date on the thirtyfirst day o f October, in the year o f our Lord
one thousand: eight, and seventy-one, and re­
corded, in the office o f the Register o f Deeds,
of the County o f Befrien, in said State, on the
19 th day o f August, A. D. 1873, at 1-J- o’clock
p. m'., in Liber C o f Mortgages, on page 471,
on which said Mortgage: there is claimed to be
due and unpaid at the date o f this notice by
the failure to comply with the conditions o f
•said Mortgage, the sum o f five hundred sixty
three dollars and ninety cents (8568.90), and
no suit at law or proceedings in equity having
been instituted to recover the same or any part
thereof; Therefore, notice is hereby given,
that by virtue o f the power o f sale contained
in said Mortgage and now become operative,
and in pursuance o f the statute in such case made
and, provided, the land describod in said Mort­
gage as Lot number two (2) In Ross & Alexan­
der’s third addition to the Village o f Buchanan,
in: the County of Berrien and State o f Michigan,
will be sold at public auction or vendue, at the
front door o f the Court: House, in the village
o f Berrien Springs, in said County o f Berrien,
O n t l i e S c c o u i l i b u r o t H a r c b , A . I>. 1ST T,
at eleven o’clock in the forenoon, to satisfy
the amount then due on said Mortgage, togeth­
er irifn the costs o f foreclosure and sale there­
of.
Dated December 5th, A . D. 1S76.
M ARY WICKS,
Executrix: o f the Last W ill and Testament o f
Ira Wicks, deceased.
J. J. T ax R iper, Att’y for Executrix. 43tl3
MORTGAGE; SALE.
TAE FAULfi^ haviug/bsen made la tho payment of a eer
U taia sum of money secured to ho paid, by a certain l a
denture of Mortgage, bearing date the, first day of Septem­
ber,iatoayG&r.Qfoarliord one thousand eight hundred and
seventy, made and executed by Daniel B . Gardiner and
Hannah V, Gardiner, of Benton Harbor, Berrien county,
Michigan, of the first part, to Hanliua Mann* Of Marshall,
Calhoun Conutyyin said State, of the second part, which
said Mortgage was recorded in tho office of the Register
of Deeds of said County of Berrien, on the 14th day of
Octob©rrA . D. lS70.at 10}£ o’clock A M,, in Liber ^ o . 2
of Mortgages, on page SS7, upon 'which said Mortgage
there is claimed fo be duo and unpaid, at the date ot this
notice, the stun ofons thousand four hundred and ninetythree dollars, and no suit or proceedings at law or in
cqai£y having been instituted to recover tho same or any
part thereof: Koticois therefore hereby given, that by
virtue of a power ot sale contained in said Mortgage and
now become operative, and in pursuance of the Statute
in such case mads and provided, the premises therein de­
scribed, as being iatho County of Berrien and State of;
Michigan, commencing at a point in the center of the
highway^ twenty-two and fifty hundredths (22 50-100)
Chains south and twenty-feur and ten hundredths
(2410-100) chains east of thonorth-west cornerofsection
nineteen (IQ) town four (4) scuth and range eighteen (18)
West«,rnnning thence east nine (9) chains and.forty l40)
lints, thence- south, three (3) feet and eight (S) inches;'
thenco east fifteen (15) chains and eight (8) links to Ox
Greek; thence up and: along, said creek as it winds aud
turns to tho north end of land formerly owned by XL St.
John; thence west along the north UnB of land formerly
owned b y
John, James M . Sorter and Joseph Kiford
to the ceuterof Bipeatoneroad; thence north thirty-fivo
and one-half(35]^) degrees west along tho center of said
road fiva (3) chains and six and ono-half (6J^) links to
the place df beginning, containing ten and forty onehundredths (1040-100) of au acroot land more orleas,
excepting and reserving therelrom one acre of land on
the south-west corner*, deeded at the dato Of said MortgagetoO. Lldred. Also, roserviog and excepting1Lots
ono(l), two (2\ four (4), eighteen (1$) and nineteon (19),
iuBlock A , in James S. Kendrick’s addition to Xtanton
Harbor; also resorviog and excepting Lot fourteen (14)
in Block B in said, additicuii.as wiU. mofe.fully appear by
reference to therecorded plat, thereof. Also reserving
and excepting a pieco of land described as beginning
At tho north-east corner o f Lot number nineteen (19)
aforesaid; thence running east to Ox Creek, thence
southerly along said creek to lands formerly owned by
XL St. John; thonca west to the sonth-east corner ot lot
fourteen (14) in Block s aforesaid, and bounded on the
west lay said iot fourteen; (14) in; Block B and lot nine
teen (19) in. saidBlock A , containing three (3) acres, will
bosold at public auction or vendno nt the front door of
tho Court House, in the Tillage of Berrien Spring in said
County o f Berrien/
O n th e 23d d a y o t H a r c li,A . D« 1S77,
at eleven o’clock in the forenoon, to; satisfy the amount:
which shall then be due on Eaid' Mortgage, together with
costs of foreclosure and sale, and an attorney fee therein
provided for*
Bated December 26,1876.
MANLIUS MANN, Mortgagee.
J .J . T a x B i ?£B» Attorney for Mortgagee.
MORTGAGE SALE.
TlEFAULT having been made in the payment of AcerU tain sum of money secured to be paid by a certain in­
denture of Mortgage, bearing date the fifteenth day of
November, in the year one thousand eight' hundred aud
seventy-one, made and executed by William H . Streeter
and Dorcas R. Streeter, hb wife, of T7eeaaw township,
Berrien County, Michigan, of the first part, to George
M. Smith, of said County and State o f the second part,
which said Mortgage was recorded in the office of the
Register o f Deeds of said County o f Berrien* or the 19 th.
day of February, A . B.1S72, at 10 o’clock A.. 31.,, in Tol.
No. 2 of Mortgages, on page 604, upon which said; Mort­
gage there is claimed to be due and unpaid: a t the date of
this notice, the sum o f threo hundred ten dollars and
nine cents ($310.09), andno suit or proceedingaat law or
ia oquity haviog been instituted to recover satdsum or
any part thereof; Notice is therefore hereby given that
by virtue of apower of sale contained in said Mortgage,
and now become operative, and in pursuance of the statute
in such caso made and provided, the lands described; in
said Mortgage asall. that certain piece or parcel o f land
situate in the County of Berrien and State of Michigan,
known and describod e^: Lot number twelve (12) m Block
twenty-three; in A . A-Slorley’a addition to: the village of
Now Troy, will be sold at public auction or vendue at: tho
front door of the Court House* in the village of Berrien
Springs, in said County o f Berrien,,
O il t h e 3 0 t l i day* o f ItrarcH , A . B . 1 S 7 7 ,
ab the hour of eleven o’clock in the forenoon, tO Batiafy
the amount which: shall then be due. onsaidMortgage,
together with cos ts o f foreclosure and sale, and on attor*
ney fee therein provided for.
GEORGE M . SMITH,; Mortgagee,
ja J vT ajt Bitie , Attorney for Mdrtgogee;>
Bated Januarylat,1877.
4Twl3
Chancery Sale.
•RTOTtCE; is: hereby given that by 'rirtne o f a- decree
JM mode m. the Circuit Conrt fbr the County o f Berrien,
utChancery; vrherein; John T.Beckwith ia complainant
and John Barber and: Catherine Barber are defendants,,
which decree hear3 date tho 2d day o f January, A..D,
1877, X shall sell at public auction, to: the highest bidder*
at tho front! door o f the Court House,: in the village: of
Berrien. Springs, in; the County o f Berrien, at tho hoax! of
12 o’clock noon, on.
I K o n tta y , t h e 2 0 i l l d a y o f M a r c J i, A . B . 1 8 7 7 ,
thofollowing pieco of land, to-wit r Tho north half of
tlie south-west quarter of section twonty-four (24) in
township number seven (7) south of raDge nineteen (19)
west^ containing eighty (80) acrc3, and the southeast
quarter o f the south-east quarter of section five (5), town
sevcu (7) south of range eighteen (IS) west,, all in the
connty of Berrien and.Sfiate of Michigan.
Bated Feb..8th. 1877.*
JAMES A. KELLOGG,
Circuit Court Commissioner;.
’ J. J. Y an
SolicitorforCompl’t.
Chancery Notice,
TATE OF MICHIGAN, Connty *of Borrien, ss,—Soc-
Sr’ ond Judicial Circuit,in Chancery.
Qrpha A. Shaw vs ..'Willis O. Shaw__
Suitpondmg in the Circuit Court: for tha County of
Berrien, iu Chancery, at Berrien Springs, Michigan, on
the 19th day of January, A.- D;1877., I t appeoriBg: upon;
due proof by affidavit that “WfiWs O. Shaw, tho Defendant
in the abovo entitled cause, resides out of tho< Stotoof
Michigan, and in tho Territory,ot Wyoming.- „Qn motion
of A*Blummerj, Solidtor^rColdplaiuafitri'fc'is'ordered
thattho aaidpefondant do appear and answer the bill of
complalnifiled in said cause,, on.the 1st day of May, A,
Di.l877,.elae tho said bill of complafnt Bhall bertakon as
'Confe3sodt aadfarfher;’th&t- the;Complainant vcausp this
order to bo publishedwithin twenty days ixoin thiB date,
ingomeneyrsiaperpriQte'd'in the said County of Berrien,,
once in each rwoekj'. for six, successive weeks ; but such
publication BhalLnotbe necessary in caso ’a copy of this
order bo!’S0r7*ed-upon the. saitfBeiendant pcrsonollyat,
Icast-twonty dayB-beforethe-tiine^herein prescribedfor.
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'Dated thislQth day of JanuaryjA-D.vl877.-A .
i Ml J
JAMES H.vCANFIELD;- ,
^Circuit Court Commissioner, Berrien’ CoMMiolit
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MORTGAGE SALE.
Default having been made in the pavment of
a certain: sum o f moucy secured to bo paid bv
an indcutura of Mortgage bearing data tbe
twcnty-iourth day o f June, iu tho year o f our
Lord oue thousaud eight hundred aud aevoutyfour, made and executed by Ohristopher ICa'pscr aud Elizabeth Kapser, Ms wife, of Lincoln,
in the County o f Berrien and State o f Michigan,
o f the first part, and George G. Rough, o f the
same county and State o f the second part- mid
recorded ill tho office o f the Register o f Deeds
in and for said County, on tho 4th day o f .Tulv,
A. D. 1874, at 9 o’clock A„ M.,: iu Liber 7 o f
Mortgages, on page 570, upon 'which said, Mort­
gage there is claimed to be due and unpaid at
the date o f this notice the sum- o f three hun­
dred -thirty-two dollars and twenty-three cents,
83S2.23) and-no suit or proceedings at law or
in equity having been instituted to recover the
same or any part thereof ; Notice is therefore
hereby given, that by virtue o f a newer o f sale
contained in said Mortgage and; now become
operative, and in pursuance o f the statute in
such case made and provided, the lands describ­
ed in said Mortgage as all those pieces or par­
cels o f laud lving and being in the County of
Berrien and State o f Michigan, beginning on
the quarter (£)• line o f section number three
(3) in township number fire (5) south o f range
number nineteen (19) west, thirteen and onethird (13 1 - 8): chains west o f the quarter post
between sections numbers two and threo ( 2 &S),
thence running west on the quarter lino o f said
section twenty-one (31) rods and two (3) feet,
thence running south parallel with the cast
line o f said; section,, uutil it comes to the center
o f Hickory Greek, thence running in a north­
easterly direction down in the channel o f said
creek until it intersects a line south o f the
starting poiut, thence running north parallel
with the cast line o f said section until it inter­
sects tho quarter line, the place o f beginning,
and containing about eight ( 8) acres o f land.
Also a piece o f land desetibod as beginning
at the quarter post between sections numbers
two ( 2 ) and three (3) in the sarao town and
range as aforesaid, thence running west thirteen
and one-third (131-8) chains, thence running
south on a parallel lino with the east line o f
Said section number three ( 8) as aforesaid until
it strikes the center o f Hickory Creek, thence
following the channel o f Hickory Creek an
easterly direction uutil it strikes the cast line
between sections numbers two (2 ) and three
(3) as aforesaid, thence running north on said
section line to tho quarter post, the place o f
beginning, and said to contain twenty (20) acres
o f land more or less, will bo Sold at public
auction or vendue, at the front door o f the
Court House, in the Village of Berrien Springs,
Berrien County, Michigan, on
T h o 23(1 d a y o f A p r il. A . 0.1S77,
at eleven o’clock In the forenoon, to satisfy the
amount which shall thon be due on said Mort­
gage,- together with costs o f foreclosure and
sale, and an Attorney fee therein provided for.
Dated January 32, 1877.
GEORGE G. ROUGH, Mortgagee.
J. J. V ox R iper, Att’ y for Mortgagee.
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F L O F R Il$ r G _
“ Rough a
village of Berrien Springs* on Wednesday, the 7th day
of Febnmry, in tho year one thousand eight hundred
and sevonty-sovon.
Present, Alexander 9 . Leeds, Judgoof Probate.
In the niattor o f tho Estate of Charles Blako,
deceased.
William: Haalelt, Administrator do bonis non OF said
^tate comes into court and represents that ho i3 now
prepared to render his Goal account assuchadmistrator.
Therenpon it is ordered thatWednesday tho filstday of
March noxt, at 10 o’clock in tho forenoon, be assigned
for the hoaringof said potition, and that theheirsatlaw
o f said deceased,,and all othor persons interostedin said
estate, are roquired to appear at a session o f said Court,
then to be holden at the Probate Office in, tho village of
Berrion Springs, aud show cause, i f any thereto, why the
prayer of thopetitionorshonld not begrantedt Audit
is further ordered, that said petitioner give noticato tho
persons interested in said estate, of tho pendency of said
potition; and thohoaringthercof,bycansiDga copy of this
order to bo published in the B ekeisx Coontt Record,
a nowspaper printed and circulated in said County of
Berrien, forthre
reo snecesaivo wooks previous to said day
of hearing.
ALEXANDER B.LEED?,
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JuttQ* of Probate.
MilVor.
BUCHANAN
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GUARANTEED.
Mill on Portage Street.
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C O N S U M P X 2 Y E S T A K B . HOXICJB,
Every moment of delay makes your cure
more hopeless, and much depends on the judi­
cious choice o f a remedy. The amount o f tes­
timony in lavor qf Dr. Sehenek’s Pulmonic Syr-,
up, as a cure for Consumption, far exceeds all
that can bo brought to support the pretensions
o f any other medicine. Sec Dr, Scbonck’s
Almanue. containing the certificates o f many
persona o f the highest respectability, who have
been restored to health, after being pronounced
incurable by physician^ o f acknowledged abili­
ty, Schcnck’.') Pulmonic Syrup alone has
cured many, as these evidences will show; but
tho cure is often promoted by ..the employment
o f two other remedies which Dr. Schenck pro­
vides for the purpose. These additional reme­
dies are Fcbonek’a Sea Weed Tome and Man­
drake I’ iHs, By the timely use of these medi­
cines, according to directions, Dr. Schenck cer­
tifies that most any uasc o f Consumption may
be cured, ■
Dr. Schenck is professionally at his principal
office, Oornor Sixth and Aren Sts., Philadelphia,
every Monday, where all letters for advico'
must be addressed.
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The mill has recently undergone repairs
and. is better able than for years previous to
do all kinds o f w ork prom ptly and in the
very best condition.
Orders for flo u r , Meal, Food, & c., for tho
wholesale and retail trade prom ptly filled.
gSgf” Special attention paid to custom
grinding,
SATISFACTION
ROBATE ORBER.—Siato of Michigan, County of Bsrrien. ea.— At a session of tho Probate Conrt for the
County qE Berrien, holdou at the Probate Office, in the
village of Berrien Springs;, on Wednesday, the 14th Jay
of Fobrunry, in tho year one thousand eight hundred and
seventy-seven.
Preeenfc, Alexander E- Leeds, Jadg» of Probate.
I n tho matter of tho cssteto of Charles Boo, deceased.
Oa. reading and . filing tho petition, duly verified, cl
Mary Boo. praying that administration on said estate
may bo granted to John M. Roe and herself.
Theroupon it is ordered, that Monday, tho 19th day of
March next* at 10 o’clock, in tho forenoon, be assigned
for the hearing of said petition, and that the heirs at law
of said deceased, and all oth er persons interested iu said,
estate, are required to appear at a session of said Court,
then to bo holderi at the Probate Office, in tho village of
Berrien Springs, and show cause, if any there be, why
tho prayer of tho petitioner should not bo granted; and
it is further ordered, that said petitioner give notice to
tho persons interested in said estate, of the pendency of
said petition;.aud tho hearing thereof, by causing a copy
ot tbi3 order to bo publiahcl ia tho Bcnars.v County
Rzcoan, a newspaper printed and circulated in said
Connty of Berrion for three successive weeks previous
to oaid day o f hearing.
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at the front door o f the Court House in the Vil­
lage ofBerrien Springs,in the connty of Berrien,
by the Sheriff of said county to the highest bid­
der; to satisfy the amount due and unpaid on
said mortgage at the date of this notice, with
iuterest, and costs, and expenses allowed by
law, and the Attorney fee mentioned in said
mortgage.
Dated February 1st, 1877.
BURTOY T. MORLEY, Assignee.
V ax R ifer & Hixmax, Attorneys for Assignee.
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MORTGAGE SALE.
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W W B O B E l
1, " 1877.
B U C H A N A N , M I C H .,
Default having been made in the payment o f
the sum o f four hundred eighty-three and 33-ICO
dollars which amount is claimed to be due and
unpaid at the date o f this notice on a certain
mortgage and notes accompanying the same,
bearing date January 1st, 1889. made and exe­
cuted by Ellen Moriev to Charles E. Howe,
which said mortgage was duly acknowledged
and recorded in the office of the Register of
Heeds in and for the county o f Berrien and
State o f Michigan, on the lltli day o f January,
1S69, in Liber X o f mortgages, on page 149, to­
gether with the power o f sale therein contained,
and which said mortgage and notes accompany­
ing: the same, were duly assigned on the 25 th
day o f October, 1S75, for a valuable considera­
tion, to Burton T. Morley, and which assign­
ment was duly recorded in the said office of
Register o f Deeds Sfovembec 8 th, 1S75, inLiber
9 ot mortgages, od page 523, and no proceed
ings at law or otherwise having been instituted
to foreclose said, mortgage or collect said mon­
ey or any part thereof. How therefore, notice
13 hereby given that in pursuance and by vir­
tue o f the power o f sale contained in said mort­
gage and the laws o f this State, the premises
described in said mortgage, to-wit: Lots seven
(7) and eight (S) in block “ H” in Andrew C.
Day’s addition to the village o f Buchanan, in
tho county o f Berrien and State o f Michigan'
will be sold at. Public Auction at the hour o f
one o’clock in the afternoon
O n F r i d a y t l i e 271Ti d a y o f A p r i l , 1 S “
Mai-ctT
by
H. E. STEVENS, B oston, Mass*
'Vegetine is Sold by A ll Druggists.
Wo are Headquarters for everything in tho way of
;
Being Manufacturers of tho
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The different editions ‘o f 1T he Son during tlie
■next year will be tin; same as during tbo 3’oar
that has just passed. The daily edition will, on
week days be a sheet df four pages, and on .
Sundays a sheet of eight pages, or 5G broad
columns! while the weekly edition will be a
sheet o f eight pages o f the same dimensions
and character that arc already familiar to our.
friends.
The Sex will continue to be the strenuous
advocate of reform and retrenchment, and oj)
the substitution o f statesmanship, wisdom, ana
integrity for hollow pretence, imbecility, aud
fraud in tlie administration o f public -affairs.
It will contend for the government of the peo­
ple by the people aud for the people, as op­
posed to government by frauds m the ballotbox and in the counting o f votes, enforced by
military violence. It will endeavor to supply
its readers—a body now not far from a million
o f souls— with the most careful, complete, and,
trustworthy accounts of current events,' and
will employ for this purpose a numerous and
carefully selected staff-of reporters and corre­
spondents. Its reports from Washington, es­
pecially, will be lull, accurate 'and tearless;
and it will doubtless continue to deserve and
enjoy tho hatred o f those who t'uive.by plun­
dering the Treasury or by usurping what the
law does not give them, while it will endeavor
to merit the confidence o f the-public " by de­
fending the rights o f the people against the :
encroachments o f unjustified power. ■ .... ;
The price o f the daily Sux will be 55 cents a
month or §C.50 a year, post paid, or with the
Sunday edition §7.70 a year.
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a year, post paid.
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columns, wjll be furnished duiihg 1 SVT at tho
rate of 81 a year, post paid. :
. : . i Tlie benefit q f .this.large i'eductiOn’from,,the!
previous rate for the - W eekly can. b e enjoyed •
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by iudividual subsoribers without' the necessity ’
o f making ;Up plubs,., At the-sariie;'time,-:if‘any
Of our friends, choose to .aid in extending,ourr:
circulation, w e ehaH-be grateful to; them, .and :
every subh. person who - sends us ten ohniore'
subscribers: from, one place w ill be enlftied-ifo’
one copy df the paper for. himselfi-.'withhut;
charge. A t o n e dollar a year, postage p iid,.
the..expenses,df: paper and printing, ard barely .
repaid ; linii, oonsidering the size .o f !tlie' sheet;
and the quality, o f its oOntents, we>age! coiifi?
■dent th e people . will ephsider The AYeekly,
Sox the' cheapest newspaper published irf'the
world, aud ’we trust also one. o 17 the v li^ b e 'i^
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Any enterprising man. can make niofioy with o Magic
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A3F*Visitors to the Centennial Fxpbsi'tion will do wise­
ly to defer purchasing goods in our lino' until they comb
to our Store iu Now York, whore the^ will find i-reater
variety and more moderate prices, and can select more at
their leisure. Ent wo have a concession to sell sotue
styles of our goods ia tho building of the;Department of
Public Comfort, aud -those not coming to Now York are
invited to cull on representatiou thuro.
full stoclc of vxowH of lliQ Exposition Buildings
aud tlielr coutenta* «3^Cnt ou t this advertisement for r e f e r e n c e .'
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' D r. Curtis’ Medicines are selected .
principally from the vegetable Jcingdom^and are devoid o f the injurious
effects o f Calomel arid, other poison­
ous m inerals.^ S is reputation is
foim ded uporF years o f successful
■practice. H e cures speedily when a
■oure is possible, and itever-ffives: en­
couragement unless tliereds'good: rea­
son fo r so doing. 'tHis remedies nev­
er, depress, hut sustain,-the vital force.
D r. C. cordially invites aU afflicted
to consult wilhhim , as there is often
hope under change o f treatment, even
when hope has been abandoned.
For further advice call upon or address
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jgg^The following story was lately
told by a reformed inebriate, as an
apology for much o f the folly of
drunkards : A mouse, ranging about
a brewery, fell into one o f the vats o f
beer, and appealed to a cat to help
him out. The cat replied: “ It is a
foolish request, for as soon as I get
you I shall eat you.” The mouse pite­
ously replied, “ that fate would be bet­
ter than to be drowned in beer.” The
cat lifted him out, hut the fumes of
the beer caused puss to sneeze: The
cat Called on the mouse to come forth.
“ You rascal. Did you not promise
that I should eat y o u ? ” “ A h,” r e ­
plied the mouse, “ but you know that
I was in liquor at the time.”
)3§L>When farmer Budge read that
a hull painted by Rosa Bonbeur sold
for §5.000, he remarked to his wife
that he didn’ t see how a coat o f paint
could so greatly enhance the value of
the animal ; but, if Rosa didn’ t charge
more than ten dollars, he would get
her to pains his bull in the spring.
And his economical wife replied that
she thought he might paint it himself,
and save ten dollars. The indications
are now that the bull will be painted.
U @ = A small boy to whom the task
of grinding coffee in a worn out mill
had been assigned, startled his mother
by saying: “ Tois ought to be God's
coffee mill.” “ What do you mean by
such nonsense ?” asked his mother.
“ W hy,” he replied, “ they euy the
mill o f the Gods grind slow ly: and if
slowly is any object, they'd better
come and get this’n.”
S @ “ “ The bed is not long enough
fo rm e ,” said a very tall, gruff, old
-Englishman, upon being ushered into
his bedroom b y an Irish waiter at one
o f our hotels, “ 3?aith, an’ you will
find it is plenty long, sir, when you
get into.it,” was the reply ; for then
there’ll be two more feet added to it.”
E xit Pat, with a boot fetching up the
rear.
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summers has concluded to marry a.
big man for a first husband, and a lit­
tle man for the second, ;so that she
can cut the-clothes of the first husband
down, and make them over for his
successor. Thus the hard times force,
home lessons o f rigid economy and
practical sense upon tender childhood.
A hotel in Kansas has the fo l­
lowing notice displayed in the bed­
rooms : “ Gentlemen wishing to, com­
mit suicideiwiil please take the center
of-the room, to avoid staining the bed
linen, walls and furniture with.blood.”
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though I were in B eelzebub’s bosom .”
“ N ot in B eelzebub’s.”
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wh'en> a sk ed to write put his unde'r; R f - _stand ing 'of Job’s sufferings he Vrote'
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o f his feminine congregation, ‘ A r e
you happy ?”
lady recently asked her ser­
vant how : the mustard-pot had become
cr a ck e d .: The reply, ma’de with all
gravity, was tha't she did not know,but ■supposed that'the mustard was-so
strong that it caused the fradturoJ
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who evidently holds the printer aDd
printer’ s ink in utter contempt, has
issued the following pen and ink pro­
clamation and posted it in- a promi­
nent place orn his premises: “ NotiB
if any mans or womans o x e n gits in
this lot his or her tail will cut off as
the case may be -!”
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little three-year-old wanting
something o f his mother when she was
busy with the baby, she said : “ Go
away ; I ;can’ t bother with you now.”
“ What.did you* have so many children
for, if you-don’ t take care of ” em ?”
was the unexpected reply. •
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the Hoosac Tunnel; “ Do y o u cthink
this work will pay’ ?”
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goods..store, on Eighth street; ■beari
the j|name^ “ Israel.-” - -Koidoubt, ;i
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man with a two-days’ beard
and an excited eye dashed in to a Main
street saloon, and gasped out to the
bar-beeper: “ l?or the love o f God,
give me a drink of.w hisky.” “ Wha.t
o n ? ” saidVthe'unimpressible drink - 5
builder. “ Oh, don’ t talk 1” appealed
the trembling wretch ; “ Itn gettin’ ’ em
sure. I sec wingless meD, beardless
horSe3, hornless dogs, and hairy cats.
Quick !” “ Good Lord !” gasped the
bar-keeper, passing oyer the bottle
quickly, “ take a big horn, an’ go an’
see a doctor.” The afflicted man took
two drinks, and bolted. That after­
noon the bar-keeper looked like a per­
son wbo'had ‘learned something, and
who is brooking upon deeds o f blood.
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quality. rTo cheap or in­
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