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Auutt columns, of ttnturtuhiii original matter;
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ii Cold, will be presented to each subnet i
her immaliaUly on receipt of the stiuscrijt'
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Twenty one copies ono j r. ."tt,0, and 21 gilts.
Tlie articles to Ikj distributed are comprised in
the following list :
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jo " " lOii.dil eaeli.
10 Tat. Li-v'r H'n'gCas'J WaUlus, lmt.oo tac'i.
2( tJold Watches 7'.00 each.
H C.ii.OO each.
nit " .'O.Hit i-:u-h.
;;ihi Ladies Oold AVatcIies. n0 each.
J(0 Silver Hunting Caed Watches, r.o.00 cadi.
.MM) Silver Watches. to 2.'). 00 each,
llinii ti..ld. Vest and Chain 10 to I'.O.OO ouch.
(Suhl Lockets, bracelets, Krooches, Kar lrips,
trca.t Tins. Cuff Tins Sleeve Luttoiis, Kings,
hirt Studs. Wateli Keys, 01 1 and Silver Thim
l.lws, anda variety of other article.-, w orth froia .'0
cuts to ? 1 j each.
liiiniediati ly on rceipt of tin? Hit'scriptl'm iiKn-4-v,
tho Mi''.criUr's iwunr will he entered np"ii cur
.oiihseripti"n lux.k oj.p..MN a miinher, and the gift
-..irep"H ding with that iiiunher will he forwarded,
wi liiu one week, to the .uh.- riln r, lv mail or cx
I rvn. !! paid.
a?AI?o eoinniiinications huM he addt-e-e I
to llliCKKT A '.
Hnnd i'i Moffat Knilding. Lrondway, N. Y.
Sp4'cimen copies sent free. Ag'-nts wanted.
.J o V TO THK AFFI.HTKH.
Young America 1 ii'tori'iit.
One i!.i'l 1mi i.f Pills cures ninety-nine eases
out of n hundred. Xo Halsain, no Mercury, no
i dor on the hroath. no (car ot detection. Two
Mnall pills a doo : la.-tele.-x ail I harmless a wafer.
Full direction- are given, so that the patient can
cure hiut-'elf a" certain a w illi the advice of the
M"St experienced surgeou, nod much hi tter than
with the advice of one f little experience in this
las of diea-e.
S' fit by Mil 11 t' any jtrt nj the country
l.y eneh.-ii' one dollar lo lr. I. (i. Walton. No.
I J Xorlh Seventh St., I.clow liace, l'hilad 'lphia.
A liUral discount to the trade. None genuine
vithmt the writoi ignatiu of I), ti. Walton.
1 r. W.'s treatment for Sclf-Ahuse. Wcaknes.s,
lc, entirely dillereiit lrin tho usual course.
lr. W. has cured hundreds who have tried oth
ers without hetiefit. The treatment i a eertaiu to
cure tlieiu u tho uu ! to rie. Knrlose a stnmji,
an I address lr. W. as ahove, giving a full his
tory of your case, and you will bless the day you
made tlie effort to fecuro what is certain A KAI
A benevolent Institution, established by ppecinl
endow ment for tho relief of tho sick and distressed,
atilicted with virulent and Kpideinic diseases,
fl'll nil iersons aftlctod with sexual Iiseases h
1 asSl'KKMATOHI5l(KA.SKMlXALWi: K
NKSS. I.Ml'OTK.N'CK. iNtKKIIKA, tJLKKT.
.YIMUL1S, the of ONANISM, or SHLF
All! SK. Ae.. Ac.
ThcTToWAKu ASSOCIATION, in view of the
nwful i(?truetio of human life caused by sexual
diseases, and the deceptions practised upon the un
fortunate victims of such disea-es by Quacks, seve
ral vears aio directed their Consulting Surgeon, as
hCHAUITAHLK ACT worthy of their name, to
pen a dispensary for the treatment of this class
of lii.-cac. in all their forms, and to givo MK1I
CAL AHVICK (! KATIS. to all who apply by let
ter, with a description of their condition, (age,
(ecu pat o i, habits of life. Ac..) and in cases of ex
treme o.orty. to FL KN ISH MKimTXKS FKKK
OF CI I A Kt IK. It is needless to a Id that tho As
sociation cotnmands the highest Medical skill of
the ago, and will furnish the most approved mod
Tho directors, on a review of tho past, feel as
sured that thoir labors in this dier of benevolent
effort, havo been of great benefit to tho aftlcted, ts
Ioially to the young, and they have resolved to
devote thetnsolvei, with renewed zeal, to thia very
important but much despised cause.
Just Published by the Association, a lUport on
Spermatorrhea, or Seminal Weakness, the Vice of
Onanism. Masturbation or Slf-Abus, and other
diseases of the Saiual Organs, by the Consulting
Surgeon, which will he sent by mail, (in ft scaled
-envelope.) FKKK OF CIIAKOK, on roceipt of
TWO STAMPS for postage.
Address, for Keport or treatment, Dr. OK0KOK
11. CAMIOI'V Consult ins Surireon. Howard As
sociation, No. 2 South Ninth Street, Philadelphia,
isv orucr oi me inrerior.".
KZKA 1. IIKAKTWKLL.
OKO. FAntCIIILd. Secretary.
Seven miles north of Paw Taw, in W'avcrly
y. A, KAKL Si Co., - Proprietors.
Manufacturers and dealers in all kinds of
flUEEX & SKASOXKDLUMHHK,
AIDING, rLOOUING, S'CAXTLIXfii
BUlLDIXn TI31HKU, Ac,
11:11 filled to order.
jri." Prices in accordanco with tho times. 'fZ.
Culver, Paok k Hoynk,
JJLAXK BOOK MAXUl- ACTUItKItS,
Stationer, Hoohlin It r.,
AndVholcNiI Drnlcru in Hook IJiiKd rs1
j:q A 135, Liko St. Ccn:cr tf Clark, up stair.-,
H. 7. Cn.TfR,)
J). W. Paok, V
M. A. IIorE.J
C IIK ACO.
Mthogrnphlng of nil klnN inntly donr.
All kinds of lllunk Books manufacture 1 on fhor
noticp. Msgarinc, Music, 1c. ncafly bound.
Ordcrf olicito-J. I -13-tf
Tmk Urkat tlirr Sjalk ok tloiu l'Kvnis, by
A. II. Wilford A Co., 4S0 Uroadway, Nww York,
offer an excellent chauce to Agents, to luaku a
few dollars with littlo or no expense. Wo aru
manufacturing and selling beautiful suli.l (Jol.l
Pencils for $6 each (tho actual retail price,) mid
giviug each purchaser a gift, worth from up to
ll'UU. Kach purchasor of a Pencil U suro of a i'2
gilt, at least, or it iiuv lo worth $1(), $15, $20,
$;J0, $i0, ilb, $100, or f.'OO. Tho prlu are dis
tributed to purchasers by a simplo plan of draw
ing, and a toon as tho natuo of a purchaser is re
ceived with the $5, his Peucil and (lift are put up
iu a small box, u a safo manner, and ent to the
owner by mail, post paid. Our plan gives perfect
satisfaction, as each purchaser can sell or trado his
Pencil for all it costs him, and retain tho gift
We want a good agent, iu every part of tho coun
try, to solicit purchasers, and any agent, to bo suc
cessful, should first have a Pencil and Prize to ex
hibit. Wo allow au agent ouo dollar cash for each
purchaser ho obtains, which amount ho may retaiu
out of tho $6; and the first person becoming a
purchaser at any post office, will receive tho ageu
cy for that neighborhood.
.1 XE1VAXI) IMPORTANT IDEA.
Wo propose to let a person kuow what (lift ho
w ill draw, before requiring tho money to bo sent.
Any person dosiriug ono of our massive tJol I Pen
cils, can first send us their name and address, and
we will make their drawing and inrorm them by
return mtil, what prize they draw; they can have
tho privilege of sending for it if they choose. Wo
cannot, however, give this privilege but once to
any person, an I wo maku this offer to cstahli.-li
agencies and introduce our Pencils iu a neighbor
hood. After a person becomes a purchaser an 1
accepts tho agency, wo repuiro all persons iu that
locality to M-nd their Sj in a lvanco through him.
Purchasers may rely upon it that we will promptly
forward their Pencil and Prize, whatever it may
le, by return mail, on receipt of the S.'i. Full par
ticulars, with tho plan of distribution, will bo .ent
to each person making application for a drawing.
Address, A. 11. Wll.l olld k Co..
I'j'j 4w. 4t) Kroadwuv, N. Y.
ANOTHER NEW BOOK.
Pitezcl a Lights and Shades.
IUHTS AM) SIIADHN OF MlSSIOX-J-J
AKV MFi:; containing Trao's. Sketches,
Incidents and Missionary Ktlorts during nine
cars spent in the region of Lake Superior. l!y
Kev. .John II. Pithzki.. Illustrated. Price, :M.
The book is very Interesting, and contains in
formation of importance to all elassess of readers.
The engravings aro beautiful. Landing Repub
lican. It is an extraordinary narrative of labors, suffer
ings and successes, varied by entertaining anec
dotes and romantic adventures. Indian life is
abundantly illustrated in it. Christian Advocate
The description of Lake Superior country an 1
scenery are finely written, and are peculiarly at
tractive. Kalamazoo Oazcttc.
If vou would settle, from calmly a'ld trut-lifully-stated
facts, tln pouiT of grace to save red n :i
if you would discern the power of the eros if you
would see the homes and haunts" of tlie original
proud own rs of these woodlands it you would
lia o your heart affected with eon ictioiis of duty
toward a neglected pooj.l.-, then older Lights
and Shades ot Misioti;iry Life," by .Ln II. Piti:-i.i..--.oi
t!i-wst.Tu Christian Adocate. j.-tf.
5y virtue il' an execution issued out of
and under tin; seal (' tlie Circuit Cnurt
l'ir the eountv f ';tu Huren and State of
lieliii:nn, and to ine directed and deliv
ered against tlie (Joods, Chatties, J.ands
and Tenements of Henry Velio, the de
fendant named in said writ, I have levied
ujon all the riht, title and intcrot of the
xiid defendant in, and to the mrth-ea.-d
ijf.arter of section ei:ht, (S,) Town one,
(1,) s ui th of rane thirteen, (lo,) wc.-t,
eotit.iininL: one hundred and sixty acres ot
land situated in tho county of Van Huron
and State of Michigan, which jiremises I
shall expose to sale and pell at public mic
tion, to tho hi;liet Judder at the Court
House iu the village of l'aw 1'aw, in said
county, on Monday the 10th day of May,
A. J). 15, at ten o'clock in tho fore
noon. K. M. GLinnK.v,
154-Sw. Undor Sheriff.
Dated March 22d, A. D. 1858.
MISH V.. WHITTLX m MISS V. N. DA H -LIX1
will ojen a Select School in this vil
lage, for youn Ladies, Lads Hnd Children, on
Monduy, thn 2'2A inst., in tho building recently
fitted up on tho east side of LaJrme Street, south
of the new I'aptist Church.
TKltMS Two Dollars per Quarter.
Drnuiim "nd LuiRiiae-i:trn.
A Liberal Deduction mado wheu several are fent
from the same family.
Strict attention will bo paid to intellectual c
ouiremonts moral deporttnent and tho eMcral.
improvement of tho pupils committed to their enre
Paw Paw, March 12, 1S..S. l.V.'-tf.
Oak Grove Nurseries.
Pa w Paic, Van Jlurcn County , Michigan.
L. I.. HALL, - Proprietor
TXOI'LD call the attention of tho cituon of
V V Van lluren County, to his stock of
which will be sold in reference to tho times nt
a RE A TLY REDUCED PRICES
for cash. Come, and pec for yourselves ; pmunds
half a iullo North of the Kxchange. lSJ-tf.
MARRIAGK GUIDE, by DR. YOUNG.
MARRIAGE GUIDE, by DR. YOUNG.
MARRIAGK GUIDE, by DR. YOUNG.
MARRIAGE GUIDE, by DR. YOUNG
MARRIAGE GUIDE, by DR. YOUNG.
MARRIAGE GUIDE YOUNG
GREAT PHYSIOLOGICAL WOliK: The Pock,
et JtNeci.Arif!, or Fvcry Ono his own Doctor, by
Wm. YotNd, M. I). It if written in plain lan
jruajro fortha jreneral reader, nnd is illustrated w ith
upwards of One Hun drod i njrraviiiKs. Allyonnr
married pontile, or those contemplating marriuffi
and hnvinR tlio lea.t imi.odirneHt to married life,
nhuld read this book, itdiscloncs fccrtts that e
ary ono should bo acquainted with; still it is a
book that must bo kept. lockca uj', nn i not lie
about the house. It will bo sent to any ono on tho
receipt of 2r cents. Address, IH. V. YOl'XG,
I. r2 Spruce St., abovo Fourth, Philalclpcia, Pa.,
OX Saturday, April 21th, nt :i o'clork P. M.I
will sell nt tho M. C. It. It. Freight llou-o in
Decatur, I Pu?v'.V consigned to II. W. Harrison,
Decatur, according to Law, in said ca.-cs made ntnl
provided, unless previously called for, and charges
paid. The above property having remained on
hand three months and more.
Decatur, March 30th, 1 S."S.
lOi-lw. CAHLT0N WIIKKLF.n.
The copartnership herctoforo exi.-tin Lrtwcen
the subscribers, under the firmr.fT. !' P1ILLPS
it Co., is this d.y dissolved by mutual consent.
Filher of the parties nro authorized to in tho
namo of the firm to givo receipts fir debts duo the
Urn.. T. L. I'll LLPS,
Decatur, Doc. Kth, 157. J. F. AVLHY.
AVi"i:i Wheat, Corn, If ny and Oat, on
Suiscription, at tho Xortheunkii Orru.E.
OXC'OKUW of scaionM WOOD, wanted nt,
CtJ tlio yoRTBr.n.vcr. Ot ricr.
Thuk Xtnuiit:ui:u Oiuce, ")
March o'clock, 1 M.
( om rted ami Kcvi-ed lor Till: Tltlli
Flour, per bbl,
Pork in Ho,'.
Corn meal, ' cwt,
A pi's, greeu,"
Hums, "j-l lt
Kkj;s, Y ,,,"t
Marsh Hay, "f tn.
Tame Hay, r '""
Shingles, 'r' L
Whitewood Lumber, M,
Pino Lumber, M,
Venison saddles, "( lb,
Peaches, dry, lb,
t; i f.i.;
$1, 2.-(.i. I, at
f S,00(l lfi.OO
MI( lll; (i:TKL IE AIIilMI A I).
Detn.it lec. I t, u. i
0v ami aiti:k 3iomav, m:c. iu
Pas.-cner Trains will have Lawtoii, (Paw
Paw Station.) as follows :
pssi:x;i:it tkaixs wkstwahd.
X. Y. K.xprcss haves at 7 25 P. M
Xi-ht 7 .:o A. M.
PAS.q:X(iLlt TI'.AIXS KASTWAltD.
X. Y. L'xprcss leaves at II o A. M.
NU'ht 2 "0 A. M.
fi:i:ii;iit tkaixs last.
Way Indent haves at I I'A) P. M.
Kmi-rant '. Jj A. M.
I'll LIGHT TKAIXS WL'ST.
Way Frt'-ht leaves at 11 A. M.
KmL'rant " s "0 A. M
K. X. KICL
(leiu ral Supcrintci.d.iLt.
Drug g Store!
3700, Facts for The PEOPLE
LOOK 'ITHIS COLUMN
And Find Them ! !
Kilkukn & Hudson would re
spectfully announce that they
Ikiyo heeii making
to their stock consisting of tho
nn ug sa y d m t: d i c i sf n s
Gin, port Wine,
Choico brands of obacco,
Box and Keg Raisins, Bag salt,
Pepper, spice, cassia, cloves,
iirb jSctb, f ungcr Jtolfs,
Soda, candles, toap, matches, fish
all kinds of
JEWELERY, YANKEE NOTIONS,
paints and oils,
Window glass and putty,
Now is your time, as we are selling
at reduced prices You will havo
but to call and bo convinced
G. Y Loxa well. J. KiLiick
Ttiw Vaw. Feb, M, 1807. (UCyl.)
Taken in the inort 5upcrl ami life-like manner, naJ
put up in mi peril r
STYLE AXD FIX IS II.
La I'Hi'f anil Oentlem:in nro invitc l t' call at hi;
nflico. an l tiallery atnl cxnniine fur theiust lve.-.
Chiiren iti necopl.inre with the timeH.
Paw Paw, Mich. H7-tt'. W. PnoWN.
A. T. Metcalf,
( Lato of tho firm of While A Metcalf, Uticn, N. Y.,)
SUKOI7AL AND MECHANICAL DETIST
ALL operation Ksrformed in tho het isanner an
vrith now nl improved instrument' OtVuo
ovr Harrows' Storo, corner Main nnd Hurdle k
Mreeti, Kalamazoo 'iltf
r 1 1 j fV-partnr r.-hip hen Mure cxi.Min l.ctwern
X Irn Nh and tieuro W. !eer, i. thi day di
f'"Ived hy mutual corn-ent. The liinks and n'
rount 4 f the firm w ill hi; f,,iin l hy t n-piirin
the Mrc .f I K A NASH, hy wln.m all d. nnnds
ngiu.-t the firm will he li pii dated.
IK A NASH.
a. w. ;i:i:k.
1'ccalur, Jfich., I'cccruhcr Hth, lv7. Ill tf
ATJIEXS, BRADFORD CO., PA.,
C: X. SIIPMAX, - Pret.
.. A'. C AX FIE LI), - Sec'y.
Thii i a ttock cumpany, urHtiir.e l under a
grauted hy th State of Penimylvauia, with u capi
tal Dtock of $200,1100,00, all paid in aud securely in
vested, with a Burplu.'i of $.'17,000, which Leinjj
added to itd capital makes it onu of the
SAFEST AXD MOST UELfAJiLE
Insurance cmptneM in tho Tinted State. Tlno
wi-hin tirt elm's 1 n-urant'O can desire no Letter.
!hi. company was orani e l ahoutlivc yearsfiiut,
and avoiding thu
ERRORS AXD MISTAKES
of the older oflicc, w hereLy many have made It i j
wrcck of their capital und Imi -im-.-s an d hlated tho
hopes p tlo ir iinfiirtiitrtti' patrons, this coiupanv,
at all Cm--, has plio P'l l.Y
PAID ITS LOSSES,
A h'Uic.-tly ensured a rcputatinn fr fair dealing nnil
integrity which no similar in 1 itu t i n has heeii a'dj
Testiiioniijils, Kefcreio'cs, Kates of Insurance
Ar.. can he l'.iiiiil at the olhce ot the Aelit, who
is authorize 1 to iceive npplicati uis,
and d i a general in.-uraneo Lii'iness.
T. K. Harrisiui i- tho authorized A cut f.r
Van Kuren Co., (Mli.-eat tho "True Noitlurner"
Ollice, Paw Paw, Michigan.
FIRST CLASS INSURANCE.
N. Y. INDEMNITY
J NSt: l!AX(;i ', COMPANY
f the city of Albany, witii a capital and surplus
of $1 .'ill. (Mid continues to take ri.d;s upon the safer
da.-s of properly. It is organized upon a fcolid
and MiVtnnt ial lu.is andudoids superior a l
ai!ta.'e. for the insured, t ho iiidemiiifad for the
ravage of tire.
T. 1!. II vimiison is the authorized a'eiit f.r Van
Iiurcu ('... Oilice at the Northerner Ollice. 1 17-tf.
FIRE IXSl'RAXCE AOEXCY.
FarmrrN Uiiiou I n . Coinpuny,
CAPITA L STOCK 200,000.
ContitKiitnl I'irc nnd .Mnrlnt; In. Co.
CAPITAL STOCK 1 ,000,000.
New York Indemnity luttirnure Company.
CAPITAL STOCK 150.000.
Wnthiiutou I nloii InMinicc ( otniuin).
Cleveland .Mutual Insurance Coinjiany.
CAPITAL STOCK 100,000.
Tho undersigned is duly authorized to take
rikft nnd issue pxdide , in the ahovo kmh! Hnd
lelialtle Insuranca Conii:inic., at n.i low rate. o:
Premium, as the na'ure of the risks will admit.
I.ONSIIS ptoinptl) tuid equitably adjusted.
ItiMire your huilding, fo that if they hum down
"these hard times," J on will have tho cah to put
them up again. T. K. llAittttsoN. Agent.
otfice, at the "Truv Northerner" Office, north
side of main street, firt door cast of the Poet ofliec.
Messenger's London Cordial Gin
A PEKFKCTLY PURE TO.MC AND INVIGO
THIS medicinal beverage is manufactured in
London tinder the rigorous espionage of the
Excise Police, in accordance with tho Kxcise
laws of Great Britain, (which punish with
heavy penalties the adulteration of any arti
cle designed for food or drink,) from the fi
nest of barley, Impregnated with th choicest
tonics of the Meterxa Medico. It has been
submitted to the severest chemical tests, and
acknowledged to be free from any deleterious
ingredient, and recommendod 3 a perfectly
rure stimulant and beverage by Dr. A. A.
Iaye?, State Assayer, of Mass., I)r. Chilton,
the celebrated Chemist, Professor Hale, of
London, Drs. Castle, Turner, Whitney, Deak
Icy, Adams, and Richard, and tovcral hun
dred phyfeicia.es in every part of the United
States, who constantly prescribe it in their
practice for kidney and gravel complaints,
dyspepsia, gout, rheumatism, general depres
sion and debility. Whero the water is bad
or unwholesome in low or swampy ground,
or fever and aue district?, thi article will be
found a positive euro and permanent prevent
ive. It is put up in quart and pint bottles at
fifty ccntd and 1 each, with tho woris "II.
K. Messenger & Co.'s London Cordial Gin"
blown in the gla.s?, neatly labelled and envel
oped. Tho labels are copyrighted in New
York. II. K. MESSENGER & CO.,
Importer?, 58 Fulton St., New Verk.
CAUTro -In purchasing, be suro that it is
absolutely "Mf.ssenof.u's," as several New
York and Chicago spirit-mixcra aro s indling
tho public with a counterfeit, which they rep
resent as thoir own importation. Every bot
tle of real London Cordial Gin is imported
by uf, and boars tho signaturoof U. E, Mes-
EKNGI.R & Co.
Sold to the trade by C. II. Ueckwith, V.
0. George, Mcrill k. Havers, and L. Kecd,
Chicago, and retailed ly all druggists and
(1REA 7 U'ESTERX
FAsuioNAP.u: p,ai;hi:k and haiu
IMir.SSIM;, will Hi.ioij.oori the held" of l,.vlic'i
and (iciitlcmcn at their re i lcnce when lMred.
. .''f" hf-p on Mtin .Mrcct, in tho Ltchnngq
liuihUr.. paw paw, Mil h . 1 II tt
A Weekly Journal cuntaimn 112 column.
of choice reading matter of a character
calculated to instruct, niuuso and intertt
the general reader, will ba cominenct'd on
the first Saturday in March, IoS.
Only 91 it Hiiiiuni, in Adrtcr.
THE CASKET OF DIAMONDS will
be the cheapest, bc.t and most etitertaning
Weekly paper ever nublished in New York.
DiAMoxDsr. diamoxds::: 20
Thousand Dollars worth of pure California
Diamonds, set in every conceivable style
of elegant Gold Jewelry, to be preenU'd
to the .subscribers of the Casket of Dia
momds. There are no gilts worth less
than L'.'i cents, and from that up to ?.'U0.
OIFTS: (lIFTSr. (IIFTSr. Every
subscriber will receive a beautiful gift in
Gold or Diamond Jewelry immediately on
receipt of his or her name, accompanied
by the amount of subscription money.
THE Sl'DSCRIDERS XAMES, as
fast as received, will be placed in regular
rotation, on our book, opposite disignating
Nos. and the gift containing a correspon -
ding No. will be sent IMMEDIATELY,
pot paid, to the subscribers.
LADIES! LADIES!! LADIES!!!
You can get a large number of .subcriber.s
for the Casket of Diamonds by a little extra
exertion, and for every 10 subscrilwrs name
you forward us, accompanied by the mon
?y, wc will send you a beautiful diamond
gift. We make the same offer to Gentle
men. 1 'lease bear in mind tho fact that every
subscriber to the Casket of Diamonds will
receive a beautiful gift immediately on re
ceipt of his or her name accompanied by
the subscription money.
Persons wishing to commence with the
First No. should send in immediately, a.s
the gift they will receive will encourage
them to speak to others of their success.
land thereby assist materially in increasing
our subscription list to commence with the
Among the interesting features of our
l'apei will be a Love correspondence of
the most thrilling and exciting character,
which took place iu 1'nris, in 1 .".", betwixt
an English Gentleman and French Lady
the tyranical opposition of the Lady's
Father to the union of his daughter with
the English gentleman is described in the
most vivid and interesting manner, as well
as the successful plots of the young lady
to elude the vigilance and cruelty of her
These letters are deeply interesting, and
of a pure, high-toned clmraetcr.
EaTl''ach Subscriber must send .'5, three
cent postage stamps for return postage on
Nki.sox, Hicks & Co.
ProprV of the Cushrt of Diamnnth,
1 19-:m. 7 Nassau StrecS, N Y.
Cruiadrr of Freedom.
This is the name of a new weekly sheet
to be issued early in this month, at Doni
phan, Kansas. James Kcdpath, editor
and proprietor. Th following distin
guished persons are special contributors.
James II. Lane, General of the Free
Wm. A. Phillips, Author of tire " Con
quest of Kansas."
M. F. Conway, Judge of the Supreme
Court of Kansas.
Morris Hunt, Judge of the Supreme
Court of Krtnsas.
Phillip C. Sshuyler, Secretary of State
Henry J. Adams, Mayor of Leaven
Richard Kealf, Esq., and other eminent
citizens of the Territory, will contribute
regularly to its columns.
Gen. Lane's career in Kansas will be
published in its columns. The price is
$- per annum ; 815 for clubs of ten in
variably in advance. Address, James
lledpath, Doniphan, Kansas.
The Crusader of Freedom is to be devo
ted to tho cause of freedom and will main
tain the principles of the Free State party.
3ST E "W
The undersigned having engaged for a
term of years to carry on tho Marble business
at Lawton, Von lmren Co., for Geo. V.
Winslow, proprietor of the Kalamazoo
Steam Marble Works,' would respectfully in
form tho public that ho is now, and will con
tinue to be, well prepared to furnish nt his
Bhop at Lawton any article in the line of
that may be called for, such as Monuments
Head-stones, and Tablets; also, Imposing
Stones, Paint Stones, tVe, c.
His prices are moderate and stock of the
best quality, and as there is great diUer
ence in the soundness. h:mliirs. strcivth.
and firmness of texture, of Marble itself!
as well as workmanship, he would invite
persons needing any article iu the line to
give him a call before purchasing of agents
from Abroad, a.s he can and will make it
an object lor them to buy of him; and
by selecting marble themselves they will
be betl. r suitec .
Should anj partcular Mylc of work be
desired it wif be made to order, or pro
cured from Kilamazoo on short notice.
W. J. McKlNNEV.
Lawton, April 1st, 1S"7. 100-tf.
IWi:i.l,IN Hot'SH fi r.nt, with welt
ciMcrn nl woodh'u attarhcil, nuit.ilU
fo .vrf.mrW a smll family, In quiri 1
I 1 1 o-H
.ixoriivu fKiiit ... coxaRAxs.-
FOli CASH ONLY.
LOOK AT THE FUIVRESt
The best Lcwiston, bkaclred cottony
yard wide, at 112 cts.
The best Kuscoe, bleached cotton, yard,'
wide, at 1 1 cts.
The best Cncas, bleached cotton, yard
j wide, at
Laconia, bleaclwd cotton,'
I The best
7-Sths yard wide, at 1 cts.
The best heavy cot'n Fl.'uncl, at II ct.s.
STOP ONE MINUTE
and look at those beautiful Valencies, the
cent kind, at only ne shilling. No
use iu paying 10 or l- ct.s-. for DtE irge.s,
where you can buy the real idd-fashioiied
kind fur 8 cents.
and hitch, and tale a look at the (Jh'-ajicst
aivd best Destines, ever seen in l'aw l'aw,
at only ten cents.
This hori.'e was established 11 years
ago, and was never known to cave in"
or "play baby," and never will so long as
wc can sell magnificent
at only l'J cents per yard.
" Wc have. n hesitation in saying, andf
we say it boldly," there is no better Doub
le Fold Cnion Merino I'lai irr tftis coun
try, than we sell at of) cents per yard.
Cases of vcr good dirk color prints
at b cents.
Cases of firt rate Fast color Prints,
at 10 cent'.
C:ises of lirt rate Fast color Prints,
at 11 cent.-'.
We have clippers for breakfast, dinner and
Shoes to set in, stand in and walk in,
Gaiters to dance in, flirt in, and talk in,
Slippers iu which to do nothing at nil in,
Hoots for Winter, Spring, Sum'r nnd Fall,
lkots nd Shoes you must have, you all
And the place to buy them, at
E. I CO.
Cases of good dark color Ginghams,
at 10 cent.
Cased of good dark color Gingham.,
nt Yl cent.
Cases of good English Mcrinocs very
Cheap, at E. Smith & Co ,
Sonif of the Itubtxrw
Doys and Girls, Girls and boys,
.lust keep quiet, hear the noise
Smith's making in this town,
He docs the business right up brown.
Kcad the papers, night rnd day,
See what he has got to say
'Bout his Rubbers, best in town,
Kuocks prices right straight down.
Sixty two and a half cents a pair
Is aH they ask for Rubbers there,
Four strapt sandals ara no more,
You never saw the like before.
And Smith's orders sell off square
For sixty two and a half cents a pair,-
No 'sleiglc jiggle" at this store
We take no less, we ask no more.
A new lot of Tea just como to hand,
better than ever. Price f0 coiits a pound.
A prime article of
price 8 cents per pound. The above pri
ces are for cash only. Ca.sh will do won
ders at the LOXd BRICK STORE of
E. Smith & Co.,
bMs. of Pork for sale
E S & Co.
of LanL for salo
E S & Co.-
Cart loads of Hams, for
H S & Co!