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STATE OF MICHIGAN County f Vn Ilurcn
a cPion of the l'robatw ('."irl f-r
tho csmtity of Van liurrn Lot. lan nt the 1'roV.iite
Offipo, in the vlll:ic ot l'nw Pnw, f, Tiu-l.iy, tho
27th lny of January in the yer om thuii;m.
iWt hundred nrl fittT-cirht.
VKCSKXT, A. W. NASH, Jn-l -t VruYntc.
In the matUr of ihw Kffate ot tJiU Aiuhcw,
(n reading and filing thr i.ti(ion duly vrrifu d,
of Rdwitrd S. Knhrii and Iw1hM H.Aodi. H.
AdnJtiisirnt r of citid leociil, j.myhnj that thry
rn.iy l m.h.J to "ill certain real t-ntate of fuid
il?reand thonin dciorihod.
Thereupon it i.- rdciwd, That Monday, thr ldih
Jay of Marob, at ton o'chn k in the f..rrii""n, li a
fipnrd for tho licnrintf of ni 1 ititin, and that
th heirn at law orwl ilorraj, atm nil oinrr j. r
noni intTettcl in sru.l t.-tutr, nr.- niuir-d l- nj.-
!ur '"r. ''i
And show ctii', if nny thore l.c, nliy t!.o j -raycr
uf hi ftitionrT shouM not o prniito-1
it i furthrr Urr I li.lt .i
n,l it firtLrr orUrr I ilmt said potiti'.. i r
rivc notion t th prrsotH int rct-lcl in tlatf,
t( Ihr pcii'Ii nry ol
Urvof. by m.iMi.p a vvy .f thin r.r.l.-r t- l. r.uK.
t..l rirruUt wir in -ai l cm-ty f it' f-r
f....r..KniiMK1l,'fil"" ''.v "f I"
4 111 Ol" tiH Npreihou I
The Ohio Legislature, at Columbus, j
have bocii disseuin the bill introduced j
by Mr. lh-ooke, of Hamilton, for n-pcal- j
the course of the debate after Professor j
M.nir.u. lmd i loi tntii'd the lloue. the i
p-ntleiiian who represent Mcis, a Mr.
Plant, niaml'ted a di.-poition lojttaitt a
few blow.- on .Mjinebmly, jiu-t to hVw that
he was about. He is a very plain looking
man, who wears his hair cropped, cuts his
beard down to the very roots, and h:n
hitherto manifested no disposition, to dis
turb the even tenor of the legislative tide.
( n arising he said :
Mi: IVrsiJ'nt I am from a very elosj
Country, where the real political majority
is verv unet rfiin. On this areount I want
to maUe a soc-tu i ,t im .imm-" , one m,u
ill stiit loili Mies; and in nh r to sat-
njj (!u ,jj,folvnt interests a;iun- m
contituent, 1 propose to make a speec
.......... .;.l.. mm, I v.,f, mi lli otlnr. Tli
'...iWm IVoni Lora ii ( W. Monroe) I
in tlo !
pa - saue of the bill at this time, when, in
J. llu,ri. Win, U1;iny rtllls why it should
ne of these, and a verv imp'.r-.
1...,. ;.. 1
tant one, was that the permanency o ine j
Democratic party depended unoii it, and j
m - lomlK - mocracy, us I,o l.-if..l it, I
was a wise arrangement A. j-kh... p
hfM ,,(lllt!l. (lho1t hlSr. i
Tlie L'eiitlcmau from Jorain, seemed to ,
think that our jail was. dcMued to be used ,
only tor the continement ot criminals, and;
in this he would auree with him. Uut j
who are criminals That -entklman had,
in a uut clo.uent maimer, drawn an
effecting picture of the fugitive slave uioth
cr, who tuul escaped with her child from
Virginia. Now, he would fchov that tliis
womau was a criminal of the wort sort.
According to the gentleman's own show
ing, the woman, when she arrived in Ohio
with her child, was reduced to a mere
.kthtou a skeleton in rags. She was
guilty of three great crimes. First, evi
dently guilty ot iii,il lure ny on stealing
her child, which was the property of her
mater; she had aUo hil- .:; o'aod wa.-ted
her own body, which was no less her mas
ter's ; and lat!y, she had committed hLh
treason against the National Government.
For, wa it not shown by speeches made
bv Democrats of thi body, ami of Congress,
and so understood throughout the I nion,
that thi Government whs founded on nig
gers' It has been declared treason to at
tempt to destroy the Government, in un
dermining its louudation by stealing away
the niizLe s upon which it rests." Tho
common relations of pillars and edifices
Then wc arc told by the member from
Jiorain, that even for the sake of comity
it was degrading to catch niggers; he
viewed it clillcrently. Catching nigger
was not degrading hut honorable. hat
does honorable mean if -Men are called,
Hon. and why.' l'niuestionably pec.iue
they were in otliee; and it is welt known
that Democrats cannot get oilicj under
this government, unks willing to catch
niggers. Gihee holding made men hn
uraUi: Then were not the t,i una which
made men office-holders equally honor
able '( It must follow of course that the
cud justifies the mean", is a principle ol
The member from Lorain, being a pro-ct-sor
of moral sciences, might on that ac
count be exceed from not understanding
the exactor sciences, but is certainly not
so easily pardoned for the error into which
he had 'fallen in regard to the natural in-
.stinets of blooddioiinds as far as nigger-
catching is involved. Uloodhounds knew
nothing of nigger-catching until trained to
it while thi vocation seemed to bo the
natural ititinct of Democrats. Dogs and
Democrats were not naturally on the same
level, and hence it was necessary to bring
the latter down to the position of the form
er, or vica versa It was evident that Mr.
Monroe owed an apology to sonubody,
either to the Dog or Democrat he dii'nt
Adjourned on 'ebics.lay, the :d in
stant, at noon, h iving been in Kxtra-Sos-sion
jut two weeks, All tho bu-ins
coniiuunicated by the (iovornor in special
3lc.-.sa;c.s w.i.s couiplctctl. L ws wt s
scd jirovi'liiiLr ibr the complete orLr.iniza-
' ti'Ui ii t :.c Supr. me 'turt. and tti pr. itlo
(rooms l'r it. .-'.v-io!i' ; fur tv-or .ani.a
1 tion ofth': Circuit darts; for providin''
ini; nnl p rt'ectiiij; th-; Highway law; for
the anicii'linent and improvement of the
TaxLuws; ror the yah: of ' the Swamp
Laml.s, au I r.vi Jin -T 1'r th. ir reclama
tion; fr ji iymetit of the expcii-e- of the
Extra Ses-i.m ami various other liws.
Ve learn from pio.l jmlv.s that all tho
questions brought he fore the Legislature
were ilcci'ldl in the hest manner the na
ture of the case nml the many lifl'crcnce.s
of ojtinion nml interests, fulmitteil of; nml
tint nrohahly the measures finally n loptcl
will l,c siti.mctury ami highly beneficial.
Some inci'lent.H of the . esioii vt re very
intcrestimr. Amoncr flies.; was u move-
ment on the part of the lVi.iuerat for an
inviti'ation into the fnnim.-i.il affairs fr
the pat threo year.-- The Rrpuldieniis
hail no objections to this of rourse, :iti.1
j li0 rt.(iuind an invi ."tintion eovt-rilij; tho
I M rr. To t.i.th, IK- i-r.-ils
had to Mlbllllt. A CoUlinittee Was apj.oiii.
fr,l. and thoit rer...rt will .show m.t
, . , . ,...,.,,,. llfll0 sMt linV() i,(Ml
....... ....,. i n,i. i ii j tMii.ii.Mrw in nn.l ii,,.
,ri,pl. ;m ini-ht which th. y have never
I om 1;it will ,hoW rb.lv
,r , . ,
I that the L. pnhlirans h ive ronduet .1 our
jiff.iir- with full a- nuivh n-ononiy nnd ) rn
d n a. tin- iN'Uiocrat-. (ir
Oiliee ol Tlii? Kei uldic."
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tiro. M. YVitn
Proprietor of "The Republic.
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Cnis:uler at' Vmdoin.
This N tho name of a new weekly sdiect
to be issued early in this month, at Doni
phan, Kansas. James Pedpath, itlitor
anl proprietor. T!i f-ll wing distin -
gulshed persons are spi eial contributors, j
James II. Lan ! . neral of the 1'ive 1
Win. A. Phillip,, Author of the " Con-
litest of Kan-as."
31. P. C.uw.tv, .Ti;
('tiurt d' K::na.'.
Mrri Muni, Jul.t'
Court !' Knn:i-
Phillip c. Schuvler, Sccntnry ,.f State
f K:t n.:t.
Henry J. Adams. Mavor of Leave n-
llichar.l Ilea If, l'-., r.ntl other eminent
citizens of the Territory, will contribute
regularly to its ! 11 1:1 ; 1
Oen. Lane's caret r in Kansas will be
published in its columns. The price is
per annum ; f-.r lui.s of ten in
variably i:: adv;.ri v. A.I Iros, Jauic.s
Kedpath, Doniphan. Kansas.
The Crusader of Freedom is to be devo
ted to the 0:1110 of freedom and will main
tain the principle.- nf the Free State party.
1IAIIUY L. KGGLST0N j
Having purrh.n-e.l t!io i ntoro.-t ot his late i
partner (Lum.m S'llton,) in tie Iron Foun.
!ry and Machlno Sn.pf v. cul.l rej ec t fully !
annoiiii'io to the inhnbiu.nts of an Huron
County, that ho U jrcparcJ to execute
v.lth tho u!mo-t promptitude, contract for
all kintU of MACHLNEiiY,
STEAM ENdlXES, SAW-MILL II10N
i ic iMi.s tV.c.f
Fitting, Turning a-.l Keja:r.s of every des
cription done on fd.ort notic, at re.ison
able ami tatislactr ry priced.
Connected with tho Foundry, wc have
a fir.-t rate
" VIIUI j
i nn.Ull work perfa'ir.ir to tbnt ih.rtmeiit
f I l l.. . . ..:ni r i . i i
" "n rcrmnncu in asKinui,
j r n,;at ana i"taiit:al manner,
Ho rnnnfirtnrp nn.l krep rnntantly on
! hand, for sal-., a prime articlo of
i C'OOIi, I UI.OK,.M IIDX.siOVl'S
I Aho I'J
J All kir.ili
Lt) ot nil M7. 'is and descriptions
rals of I! ra;3 Castingj manufactured to
ch-.-ir.:"0 outa can tno csprci u attention ot the
I pu !ic t hii stockof
i 11 m m i iiinnnnn
1 rr, yor . f T0 ,, Mjc j
tll an 1 ho rV-icctnilU' 8 I id icon
1 ,I,A"K!,i n- "n ri.JCCllul!) E i.c ld a con
muco of patronage.
II I. EGGLESTOI
Fa a- Paw, Fib, IS7. ''JT
Tni K Nourni.itK.il Oukk, 1
IVb. o'clock, i 3L
! I'l. nr. pr l.U, ? I. "f. .f.
j i..ik in 11"'. l,iiU(!.7.
; (.'oru iii' iil, cwt, l'")
i Wl.t at V l ii.licl, rl7
1 A i lr.Y. ' $,2o(t 1.
1 Aj'lV. Lrn-'n.' 7.
! !--.ai.v 44
Oat-. " l'j(M-.j
1 Onion-, 7a
; Hums v ,N 5rr-10
1 Hh.iiiMi-iK. ti CM, 7
, l! ,., v. !N Jl'J
i T.ill..U, f. 121
, l.ar.I, tti OS
! r.mur, n i'
Maih llav, f ton. $.V'0vi7,H
1 Tinnc H:iv. r t'.n, f."1
Sl.iii-l.-.' "i1 M. &m
Vliin-o..l l.iiinl'iT, -rl M, jrt.noc.i.s.no
rino I.un.tr. 'f1 M. iS.dO. 10,00
j -u-nn t xA lW, V It.. l
, lVa. llt. .Irv, V in, 12
rplll' CiTft VfUnno t f tho Compilation, can 1fl
1 . im . I lytla m:itb1 Town.-bip Clerk's at tho
311C11KJ AN t i:Tlt L UAIMIOAD.
S I ' 1' K H I N T K I K N T ' S Ol'FICK, )
JMroit Dee. 14, 157.
Ov AM) aiti;i: Monday, nrc. 11,
lc.i'in'or Train' will leave Lawtt-n, (I'avr
l'aw .Slalif'ii,) as lull'nv.x :
1S?KN(!KR Tit A INS WESTWARD.
N- Y i:xl,rPSJ jonvc, at 7 05 p. M.
j.rjlt ,t 7 So A. M.
i'Assi:xtn:rfc TRAINS KASTWARD.
X. V. Kxjrc loaves nt 11 A. M.
Ni.,lit 2 30 A. M.
ruiiuuiT trains i:a?t.
ly Troignt lcavoa nt.
, 1 30 P. M.
9 15 A. M.
niEHJIIT TRAINS WEST.
Way rrei;;ht loavos ot
11 sn A.
S 30 A.
r. n. i:R'i;
VJ:I.I.IN! MoUSR t nut. with will
) Ijci.Ooi 11 Hii'l w lhuio nttaclicl, ftiitaMo
IJJJl l a "iiiuitil.uc n tinall 1'aruily, Iieeure at
j"' Villus ofli.'o.
Dsrng g Store !
3700, Facts for Tho PEOPLE!
LOOK AT THIS COLUMN
And Find Thein ! !
5c Kilburn ATOuld re
spectfully announce that thry
have been making
to their stock coiui.ting of the
IjMJ'I S'.l A" D MEDICI A" K S
j Family Gtocerics,
j I'uro Lienor!?,
Gin, port Wine,
W h i s k y ,
Choice brands of Tohacco,
Dox and Keg Raisins, Ihig salt,
Pepper, s-piec, cassia, cloves,
'giirb f ccb, hunger f alts,
; Soda, CailtllcS, SOap, matches, fisll
all kinds of
JEWELERY, YANKEE NOTIONS,
paints and oils,
uv r rr,7srtTtn TTvntrTn;rP
Window glass and putty,
Now is your time, as arc selling
at reduced prices You will have
but to call and be convinced
.W. LoN'OWEI.L. J. KlLIJL'R
Faw Paw. Feb, H, 18o7. (Ofiyl.)
n i.vrn, IMI.T IIOVM
11 LANK. BOOK MANUFACTI'IUMIS,
Stit inner t Eookb in I c r.,
And WhoIfMtle Dealer In Hook Ilindepi'4
i: .1 P.!, Lake ,Kt. CyriKT of Cl.uk, uj. .-tair. j
If. Z. ri tvrii.)
. W. I'w.r. V
M. A. ll"VM )
n),w,ii QTATi: OK MH'IIWAX rmmly .f Vmi P.nrrn
I III! ACtl. j Q ,.j , m.i 1 1 r ol llin ft;ito llrnry
j I itrM;iM, dcfiM-l. Ni.tin- H In n l'V ivrli ! hr
1 ).) it 4 of f;iil cliili1 nii'1 nil tlnr iiilcnvN-'l !
fil'nll Uilidn, iM Mlly doiu "I ! ' M"' l'".!-,- ..ffi . ,.r ll..-r,.n. y ..f Vau
All Kin. Is rf r.lji.k I'.u. k Mnniifaclnrpl n rinr
li.ifl.M-. -ii,, w, Muif, .U. fl. iltlT l.'-nn-t.
. .. . . , . .!.. C . ..
0!t.N;r. ll.WM.S rlll M'W i .u;ou -"
urn. .i..,.r wcl t.f UtitK r A SIhthiuii I"rl-
I uri t.rl, wU'ts uiay U fouii'l ut tiuu-i", uio
1 thoi,ct vulitifJ t
j f n rj 1 t
Kach in its reason.
jT X S I-I ,
Fresh,- pickled and preserved.
G .A. IM IE
Of all kindi kept constantly on hand.
His JINlN(r JtOOM will be furnished
with all the delicacies which the country
affords, which will be served at ALL
Particular attention U invited to his
Which will eunsU of the LARGEST
AND JiKST assortment in the place.
He will endeavor to keep on hand the
choicest as-ortment of
In town. Ho invite the attention of
the public, to his choice brand of
The very best in town. Give him .1
call. OHANGK HAYES.
Paw Paw, Jau. 'JLst, ISoS. 1 15-tf.
J. IK. HUBBARD,
km MUSICAL WER.CKA.tiDt5Ee
KALAMAZOO - - - - MICHIGAN.
Tho pubscribor has just opcnil a fine Ftock
of .Musical Merchandise, consisting in part o
PIANO FORTKS AND MI'LODLONS
FroI the l(3t Makers in the country;
VIOLINS AND GIHTARS,
Or ihc bett Italian and Amcrlc n manufac
ture; SUEKT MUSIC
Of every description of the latest publication;
Of tho best quality, for all instruments;
Arranged by tho most popular Composers.
F.very Instrument offered for Bale bus been
thoroughly te.tcd, and ho can eafely say aro
superior" to any ever fold in tliis place.
A very liberal deduction made to those
purchasing in quantities.
Prom; t attention paid to country order?,
Mr. II will cive his pcrsorel attention to
j tuning Piano, by leaving orderg nt his Store
corner of Main and Burdick streets.
J. M. IIUHBAKI).
Juno l. 1857. IH.nC
3ST E "W
W parks !
The iindersdk'ncJ having cnacd for a
term of years to carry on the Marblo business
at Lawton, Van Uuren CoM for Geo. W.
Vinslow, proprietor of the 'Kalamazoo
Steam Marble Works.' would rfinertfnlly in.
terra me puuuc nui ce is now, ana win con
tiiiiie to Ve, well prepared to furnifh nt his
Bhop at Liwton any article in the line of
that may be called (ir, such as 3Iouuments
Headstones, and Tablets; alo; Imposing
Stones, I'aint Stones, iScc, A:c.
His prices are moderate and stock of the
best quality, ami as there is jrreat diilcr
encc in the soundness, hardness, trenth,
and firmness of texture, of Marbhi itself
as well as uirrkmamhip, he would invite
per.-ons needing any article in the line to
Lrive him a call before purchaMn: of airents
from tdiroad, as he can and will mala it
an object for them to buy of him; and
by selecting' marble themselves they will
le better suiter .
Snoiild :m partcular style of vrork be
de: ired it wil be made to order, or pro
cured from K damazoo on short notice.
J. .Mc KINNEY.
Lawton, April 1,1857. 100-tf.
BIO I-I ,
KUcii'ive Stork of
5N c w Goo ds9
OPPOSITE THE CO CRT HOUSE
IT HTISS A: CJltNtil'R S It Firt C'laH
(.'c d. of i ry drfcilj tii 11, (JUT,
nnd never undersold.
Ready Pay and
GO TMEPvE ! !
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P '.Who la had 10 years experionce t
Barker Mid PublUhe?, nnd Author o(. m
aeries or lectures dt tho Broadway Th
l qj uver (Cr io,ooa l'rople.0 greeted
1 Si 'dm vrith ronntN of appbnge, whlfo h
1 br .. xhiWttM trie mariner in which Countcr-
fciu r execute their fraud, and the su
rest and fchorttbi man of detecting1
I TJtiDi h AJ Kfjrvera alhay thai
O 'fa is the greatest ja lj of p rpcr vxoney liv
O ' tiRI'ATF.ST JJl.-totxriT Ot thfi rCStBV
;century for UKTKCTIO
O Countorfeit Bank Notff.
Dcncri'-in? every fleuninc bill in cxwtc,
aud exh bitir at a ptnnok cvory Coun-
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Arnrgc l " a tniirably, thai nirzntnct Is
J-t r.AY and DETtCl lOM l.NSTANTANE.
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q 'i.uninpl. lut so hi mptiriol nd ttrriJjreJ,
.Oiiit U.o mcrchuTit, Junker, aiut B'i.iineM
;Man raa io all at ir (rlat.ee-.
! Jfnjfhh, French , ami Ge in irr.
0 Thus each may read tho same in his own
4 j native tongue.
& BANK NOTK LIST PUBLISHED.
g : Also, Oy4 A List of all the Private
3 ilkLkersin America. JO A completo
summary of the Finance of Kuropeandi
America will be published in each edi
tion, together with all th imyorta&t
new a of the day. Alsoy
. ! J SEMES OF TALES
m Vrom an old Manuscript found ini'i.j
O jl-Ust. It furnishes th most complei
CJ 'Describm? the rmml perpleloi; posi
tions in which the Tadi ami gentlemen
,'of that country have beeo so
'.found. These stories will continue
ithroughout the whole year, and will
; prove the most entertaining ever offered
Q ,to the public.
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ta L' 4 G
MAURIAGE GUJDi; by DR. YOUNG.
M A Kill AG K GLTDK, by DR. YOIJNO.
mtv v I'HVSVlOLOr.ICAL WOUK: Thk Voce-
it iE-iccLArn a, or f'very to Im own D-rter, hy
Wm. Youno, 21.1). It is written m plain lai
Kujko forth general rlcr, and is illustrated j-ttv
ui wur.ls of Ono llun lred ; nKrIig. AllyouCR
in irriit .o t'l;, or tho rontenu'latinz marFiirr
and havinjr tho lea-t imitlimcHt to married liie,
Kl)Mildr-adthiltook. itdisvlotwsHccret that
cry uo sliould I'O acqnainte.l with;till it is a
hook that must he UX locked , and not lit
ahout the house. It will he sent to nny ono ou th
receipt of I'j cents. A t lrvss, IK. W .YH'N1,
i;2 spruce St., ahove Fourth, Thiladt'iKjia, I'a.
TO all persona afflicted with Sexual Di9ea
8Cf, such as S F Fi It M A TO 1 i II II (K A , SEMI
NAL WEAKNESS, IMFOTENCB, OO.
NOIUUlQiA, (SLEET, SYFIIILIS, tho
Vice of ONANISM, or SELF-AHUSE,
The Howard AsidCiatioD, in view of tbo
awful destruction ofhuman life, canpcd by
Sexual difcascF, and the deceptions practiced
upon the unfortunate victims of such dieeso
hy Quack?, have directed their Consulting
Surgeon, as achariable act worthy of their
name, to cive medical advice gratia, to all
persons thus aftlictcd, who apply by letter,
with a description of their condition, (age,
occupation, habits of life, &e.,).and in caeca
of extreme porcrty and suffering, ta furnUh
medicines free of charge.
The Howard Association la a bcnerolent
institution, CPtnblishcd by srecial endow
ment, for the relict of tho sick and distressed
aftlictcd with "Virulent and Epidemic Disea
ses." It has nowa Furplup of means, which
the Directors hare votod to expend in adver
tising tho above notice. It Is needless to adil
that tho Association commands the highest
Medical skill of the ac, and will furnish tho
most approved modern treatment.
Just published, ly the Association, a Ro
port on Spermatorrhoea, or Seminal Weak
ne9, the vice of Onanism, Masturbation or
Self-Abuse, and other diseases of the Sexual
Organs, by the Consulting Surgeon, which
will bo pent bv mail, (in a sealed envelope,)
FREE OF CUAIIOE, on tho receipt of two
stamps for postage.
Address Dr. GEO. H. CALIIUUW, on-
(ircHS ir. uw. ik. wiuuvuni vvu
'o urpcoD, Howard Aieociaiion, No. 1!
i Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa. Dy
ordpr of the Directors.
EZUA D. HE ART WELL,
Gko. Fair( in i.n, Secretary. lOl yl
A. T. MetC5Af.
Lfttooftli fnm of Whin A Mctralf, Utif N. Y
FUKOI'JAL AND MKCM ANICAL DETWr.
A LL cirntionn crlorniel in tho I i raanner an
IV with new and improved iintrmnont 0:c'
over ltiroK' StcC, corner Min und Hurdjck
EDWARD J EIX(.
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MAURIAGE GUIDE, by DR. YOJ.LNG
MARRIAGE GUIDE, by DR. YOUNG.
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