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Gov. Ransom of Michigan, who holds the
position under Mr. liuehanan of Jteceivcr
if tho land Office at Fort Scott, gives all
the official countenance he can to outrages
committed by Pro-Slavery men. A few
davs before we arrived, a prominent mar
auder declared publicly that there never
would be peace until they had burned
every Free State cabin on the Marias
de Ccignca, and proposed to organize a
party to do it. Gov. Kausoru, was Ftand
ing by, rcplitd : " Xci? you are talking
Gov. Denver finally called a public
meeting, and submitted resolutions for tho
settlement of all the difficulties, of which
the account wiys :
Everything was tending to a peaceful set
tlement of all Che difficulties, when ex-Gov.
Kansom tried to create dissensions by de
claring that all the outrages had been com
mitted solely by the Abolitionists. Gov.
Denver Hopped forward, very much excit
ed and said "I had proposed a plaan for
peace and did not expect recrimination."
Jlansom however rep.atcd the assertion ;
when Gov. Denver interposed again and
haid, there U no call for such language herj
An old grey-headed, Pro-Slavery man,
by the name of Uruntley, from North
Carolina, made a very excellent speech
in which he tried to apologise lor the in
direct remarks of his friend, Mr. Hansom,
I was quite astonished to hear so much
g;ood seuse, and was at n loss to account
for it, till I learned that the old man had
been brought up a printer. Good sense
comes natural to the craft, but they don't
all make as good use of it as old man Hrant
ley. Hansom had, however, excited a dan
gerous spirit, and the Governor adjourned
the meeting until the next day.
But Gov. Denver succeeded against tho
efforts of this old camp follower after spoil,
Curriers have been sent out to give no
tice of the meeting, a g. thcring from all
parts of the couutry took place the next
day at Fort Scott. Tho Governor renew
ed his plan for peace, and it was accepted
by the settlers. The Sheriff of the coun
ty was reported as obnoxious. He was
at once removed, and T. H. Iobort-s a j
Free State man from Bcllcfaine, Ohio.
eieciea ov t ic neon e in nis rucc . : i i i i .1 . r
rr. . 1 ' , , one side, ami unenrd to him the nature of
lhe (jovertior then announced that he!,. . , .
would have the United States soldiers re- j h,s ,,US11J(;- fa,(l 1,1 VUt-'1 airliner that no
moved from Fort tfeott, .;:d wotild nan-; ned.-e would have known anything abtnit '.
jiiiasiiou a companv of 00 miltti:i, undt r i it, if the pi isom r hiniM.if hud nt made it
Major Weaver, u 1 ree Mate nn.n to. guard j
tho line and iirolect the MetU'leio frtun
invading hand.s from Missouri. With
this arrangement the settlers seemed to
he perfectly ti.cd and went ho.m; oi
j:ratulatii;g each other on the prospect of
Political Ranquet. On Saturday
last, thc constituents ot Hon ICd-.vard
Wade and Hon. Joshua R. Giddinns,
jravo them a public dinner at Paiiv.sville,
Ohio. Roth the honored gentlemen spoke,
a sumptuous dinner was served up, senti
ments of high,re-ard for -the faithful Con
jU're.s.'jntn were expressed, and it was an
occasion of general hilarity. A brilliant
display of fire-works iu the evening closed
ttif Partial returns of the election in
Iowa indicate that thc banking law passed
at thc late session of the Legislature was
ratified, and there is probably a majority
in favor of tho State loan. The people of
Scott county went almost unanimously for
banks. Davenport gave a majority lor
banks, so also did Dubuque and Iowa
IIauykst in Ka.nsa:-. The Lawrence
Republican says :
Our farmers have commenced harvest
ing as fine crops of wheat as can bo raised
in any country. Wj have heaid some
large estimates of the yield per aere, but
as we cannot give thc exact measurement
in any distance, we will wait until the
threshing vs done, and then compare fig
ures witli any wheat-growing section of
From Chic go.
Chicago, duly 12
Mr. Lincoln addressed a largo con
course of the people Saturday night in
reply to Senator Douglas' speech night
before last. Number in attendance esti
mated at 5,000. Considerable enthusiasm
JE5f"Thc St. Paul Minnesotian defines
a " Working Democrat" as a 4 Democrat
who can poll the largest number of votes
with the fewest men V' An apt definition.
fSB Jnt printd nn1 for silo fit thi? office, n
misortment of Blank., of nil dc?critions.
In Lafayette, at thc roiilcnce of the bride's
father, Oeo. S. Cogswell, Kxq., on tho 15th inst.,
by the lit v. A. IIan.lv, Mr. WM. N. Mr K KN
DRICK, of Taw Paw, and Mioe KLVIUA CO(15
WELL. To-day's Advertissments.
FEVER I AGUE
AXD SliUXAB COMPLAINTS,
HI QUART 130TTLE3
This groat Attidou for fern and nRue far tali,
by b. C ORIML6 t Co.,
JOHN' WXXXER, Ilamilton, C. v. I71-4ai.
21. V. ALLL.V,
ifiufacturcr atii dot!tr in uU Ui U of Cabinet
Ware, UpUoIt.'ry, Trimminr d&c to or lor.
Headj-Madc cfititly 03 hand. V.rc
lioowt routb side of Main :n?t.. at tv0 i,n f
iU "New latiu't s'bp." lil lv.
Y.Y Taw. Mrhvn.
Xocalanb 3'Utos Slftms.
FRIDAY MOKNINU, -
Our subscribers reehiti their pupc.rs at th
Post office, iu l'aw Taw, Law tun, Lawrence,
Drocdsville, and South lluvcn, will receive the
Sicamjt Kan'l Sihmrvtn as. fallow. Paw l'aw
tulsciibora at thin OJhc l.awtmi, nt thobtujoof
(!. J Smith rf" l'io. LutUeiice, at the "tore of lr.
Jt,ut lircedsvi'.le, at the office of )'. White, L'.
anl iu South Haven at the Btoro of S. Ii. AVrr
houe. If any of wur fiiotid have more of them than
thay with let them paas them round to their neigh
bors. Tbo olject of tho Law, ia to bavo the no
tice of sale as extended as purine.
The great Michigan Land Sale commen
ces at Lansing, on the -8th of this month.
Forty acres of land to the actual settler,
for 812,50, cash down. Kighty acres fur
8-5 down. The balance can be paid any
time within ten yrs.
JGta?-The tiial of II. H. Sinclair for
keeping a billiard saloon, in this place as
a gambling institution, came off on Mon
day of this week and resulted in his con
viction. He was fined thirty dollars, and
required to enter into recognizance in tho
sum of two hundred dollars, that, so fur
as he was interested, tho concern fchould
be " dried up."
tT The gambling u whiskey sop" cor
respondent of the Free Press is exceeding
ly shocked because " the awful precincts
of a camp-meeting at Pokagon was intru
ded upon" by ouo of our fdicrifis in the
discharge of his official duties. The facts
in the case arc these: Mr. GuN(ii;i;,
learning from good authority that the in
dividual he wished to arrest, had no de
sign of returning again to this county, took
his papers and started for Pokagon; and
on arriving there, found the person, nam-
id in the warrant, upon the camp-grousd.
J)f,.rc making the arrest, he took him
hmvn. ,.,;. c. distiul :ii or exeitc:
in cut was the nuit. So (juicily was it j
done, that but few in tho Meeting kmw
anything of it.
Thi correspondent who is jut let loo.se
from the "green room" of a company of
" ;strillin;r actors ;" who has not polluted
the sacred " precincts" of a church by thc
foul efiluviaj of his brdy, (saying nothing
about the mingled odors of whiskey and
tobacco which he i.s breathing out in pois
ionous volumes continually about him)
Hiice he settled in our midst whoso bible
is Shakspeare whose high priot is the
it Ju'skf j n mh i uhof-T' church is the dq
room whose (io l is the buttle and whose
hypocrisy can only be surpassed !y his
impudence such a man assumes to dic
tate deportment to a public ofticer, and
throws himself into thc ring a champion
for an evangelical church. The nxi: will
not heed his abuse, and thc (mint can
well dispense with thc benefit of his 4 blow
The late conspicuous correspondent of
the V"! J'i'css having been on a "tip"
all the past week, tho tlfiets of "rot-gut"
reached its culminating point on Sunday
evening, as evinced in a severe itt.ekof
cholera (?) "Sticking Plaster" was sent
for, "po-t haste" on arriving, acting
upon hi.-3 usual practice that whiskey is
the antidote as will as the bane (..fall the
malarli; that flerh U he ir to, seized a bot
tle and administered a large portion of
thc ava iit;r to the willing patient. The
effects were soon visible in the room, from
tho awful "stinking out" that occurred
immediately after. Under that kind of
treatment, which seems to be thc only
remedy that will reach his blunted sensi-
bilitieti, or harmonize with his bloated
physical system, we believe his case waj
improving until Monday afternoon, when
a severe and terrible Pitk(lv) seized
upou him in his depleted beer-chambers,
and loft his case hopelessly chronic.
Since Stuart tried, as a last resort, thc
"stinking out" process, after using hints
and kicks for a long time to no purpose,
to get the animal out of thc petty clerk
ship, which he disgraced at Washington,
he has been exceedingly averse to that
Hue of warfare ; but he has tho odors
abeut him, and we mean to give him thc
full benefit of his own weapons.
tT" Tho Alleg'in Record is evident
ly " out of sorts" in reference to some
thing that has pppeared in the columns of
this paper. Just tell us, Mr. Record,
where the shoa pinches, and wo will send
! over a razor to pare down your corns.
That journal announces that " certain
distinguished citizens of that place are
about leaving en rout for Jackson, nftcr
tl.o court s'ti". Very likely. Our private
c irrcspondent assures u: 1 L it there are
, i e . M . lL . ,
"Vera! canui J-tc.J for " ML in that place,
if,,lf f t'.xo Qfccr an( tliat tbty are
! ' J
cspocl'.n I) icue pr.ftr
3700 Facts for The PEOPLE,
LOOK AT THIS COLUMN
And Find Them ! !
TMLUUKN A HUDSON" would respectfully au
JV uouuee that they have Ucn uiakiu;
to their stock consisting of the
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
FAMILY GUOCMWIKtf, PURE LIQ
UORS, ALCOHOL, PR ANDY,
PORT WIXE,WIIISKY, GIN,
CHOICE RRANDS OP
& KEG RAIS
PEPPER, SPICE, CASSIA,
ni hVra ST.l?rn liTIM) SKK1)
ji 1J, Jw'J ------- j
SOD , CANDLES, SOAP, MATCHES, !
AND FISH. All KINDS of
JEWEIERY, YASKBB SSTIOSS,
PAINTS AN D OI LS,
WINDOW (JI.ASS AND PUTTY.
X(jw is your time, as we tire .selling at j
reduced prices. You will have but to call
and be convinced.
Kif.nviiN tf- Hudson.
Paw Paw, "Feb. Id, 185S. ly.
1ST IE "W
Grocory & Provision
S T O 11 K .
IWLMKIt X isIIKLDOX,
At t lie old i-huid (f .Inn-it I'alnier, nortb ?ido of
Main S'trtrt, two door- wvt of the lVrt e'f!U'.',
Arc Now Receiving
A it Rutin in it; .(;: of
KAM II A
(.'!-.. iotin in 'nri of
SUGAR, TKA, cojtkk, soap,
St xrcl.. Caixllc, Oil, Tol.aeco, Huruing Fluid,
Onr pood." Rre Xv, Fresh nti 1 Wglit t tho
.ncnt doprossfd i-ru'i1.-, mid will lo ,.M
Cheap! Cheap!! Cheap!!! Cheap!!!!
Iicforo purohasini? clscwliero, you will fiud it for
yonr interest to call nd examine our ftock. Ad-
l'aw Paw, May 13, 183S.
J. PALM Kit, 16My. lC. SIIKLDOX.
"Two Improved Farms
ONE lying fix milos weft of tho village f T.iw
Paw, on the territorial road containing lH2
acras of choice farming land, with MXty nrre ot
inprovfineiit. On the premircs a good
Jl;a Ins Orchard, Water,
ind otucr eoiivcnietifes a very de.-irahlo farm.
Iho other contains -111 acres nearly all improved,
with ii mall new dwelling house, nearly coincide
good ham mid a tine thrifty young orchard u
valuable place fr ono depiring a farm of that eie.
Tho above will be cold ( heap, l'or further par
ticular, and tiTnia of jiavnunl. inquro of
KJ7-tf. A. SHKIIMAX .1 flc,
Seven miles north of Paw l'aw, in Wavcrlj
W, A. i: HL A- Co., - rroprktom.
Manufacturer!! and dealer" in all kinds of
GllKKX k SEASONED LUMBKH,
SIDING, FLOOKIXC, SCAXTLIN'G
BUILDING TIMBER, kc,
HZ.t filled to order.
3T" T;icci ia tocordiaco with tbe tiLiw:.-
I7AVTIID Vi.ov( v,y tzi CkU ,r!
" .-r.ia .M.h.V.Vm.r.rii't. ,
TREMEND0 U STOCK
Just purchased in New York, and the
Manufacturing Cities of New England at
gicatly Kcduced Prices for the
SPUING T 11 A 1 K
A. Sherman & Cos
(jryvoa Ttr J jr?
E M PORIU M.
as 'Jttantitics f Goods of all kinds
''m ,h OWH "on thc mir,cft lhi
j Snrzf, and " rappnl ojT" at forced snh?
in consnjitincc of the great ftnanciaf
crash, tnal Sn Kit MAN ha inn there and
.' ?.'..' nionniais ju'Us of
Saple and Fancy
Ready Made Clothing,
Well made, and Fashionable Stales;
BOOTS & SHOES
E'-r La-lies and tieatieiucii.i wear.
Ii.i.'iu i'Hipr the best Suar IIouac ?Tii ; lrc.-h
Teas, of all grades, Candle.5; Tobacco;
to., all bought exclusive for tho
trade of Western Michi
gan. Wo can
our ohl and new ciutomrrri
:trg;iins! bargains ! !
(car -"tore is crammed from cellar to attic with
Jood of every KIND, QCALITY, TATTEllN
.STYLE AND FIX IS II.
Eantaloons from 50 i ts, to $10.
Coats, Vr"ts, Shirts range accordingly,
PPKINO AND SUMMElt SHAWLS.
I. a lies Dress floods, all (traded and Trices from fd,
to the UICIIEriT 11H0CADE SILK.
In hr'o j there is nothing in thc world of
trad that yon cannot find at this iyl
established commercial resort nf
A. SHERMAN" & CO,
AN KXl'KIllKXOKD TAILOU
is connected with our Establishment who ia pre
pared at all times to cut and mako (Jcutlemen's
(Garments in the latest
1 htill running, and prepared, as usual, to do the
bet work for villag or country wear.
COME OX THEN,
And $cc our Goods , and if you hare
Cadi, tee shall be enabled, by our
To draw it irr hi stilly from your pocket t.
Onsh PfliH Vnr Urioot
1M 1-. A. Hrr!!A 4- -V
Tkuk Nohtiiehkh Orric:,
Juno 2 i 3 o'clock, P. M.
Corrected nnd KctinI for TIIIJ TJITU
i'lour, per bbl,
Coru lueal, CWt,
Wheat 14 Luhhel,
Uani4, 't lb
Eggs, '$ dot
Whitewood Lumber, M4
Tine Lumber, M,
Salt, y I'M,
Water " "
I' : 070 1
1 6 g 1 0
$0,00 fa 8,00
ilJCHKlAN CKXTItAL ILULUOAD.
SUPKKlNTENPEPTr'H OrFIGJ), 1
J)etrfjh, April 1, 1858. j
0V AM) AFTi:U MOXIIAY, MAV 10,
ra.i.cncr Trains will leave- Lawton, (l'aw
Puw Ftation,) h follows :
PSSEXtJUIt TUAINri WRSTWAJtD.
LS,,r UV -V ith-m with b,lute ceu.i,,,-, wt:i:e the
4,ul 1 " A- M' I tun.; it regMb.les the :rrretioi.., ru.ioves obtiiioi
PASSKNGKU TRAINS KA5TWAltI. i.i. from' the bowels, create. i .-te. renews
N. Y. Express leaves at 11 45 A. M,
4Slit IU 07 A. M.
I'ltEKUIT TltAINS EAST.
Way IVei'Ut leaves at 2 40 V. M.
Eiarant " " 9 13 A. M.
FHEKJIIT TRAINS WEST.
War Erei-ht lonvca ct 11 30 A. M.
Emigrant 44 H CO A, 51.
U. N. RICE,
OonxinJ Supt rintenduirt.
r it a x c i:
I'AHMEKS" UN TON
ATHENS, BRADFORD CO., 7i.,
C. N. SlUFMAN,
J. E. CANFIELD, - Scv.
This is a sto.-k company, orcnrM7cd under a
i laatod by the. Suv '.'.om'-y i ii:na, with a eapi-
ta! st'ick ot 2l'0, (100,0-), all pui-1 in and curely in-
vcfted. With a surplus of fc.( ,000, nhich bein
added to its capital makes it one of thc
SAFEST AND MOST RELIABLE
Insurance companies ia the United States. Those
w'ndiinsr firet claw Insurance can desire no better.
This compauy was organized about five yearnsincc.
and avoiding the
ERRORS AND MISTAKES
of tho older offices, whereby many have made tdiip
wreek of their capital and business and blasted the
hopes of their unfortunate patrons, this co'npauy,
at all times, has PROMPTLY
RAID ITS LOSSES,
honestly ensured a rcp'i'atin fur fair dealing and
iutcfrrity which no similar iuititutieu hn.- been abb
Testimonials, References, Itatei of Insurance
Ac., can be found at the oKico of the Aent, who
i authorized to reeehe applications,
and do a jreneral insurance business.
T. II. Harrison is tho authorized Agent for
Van Huron Co., Office at tho "True Northerner"
Office, Paw Paw, Michigan.
N. Y. INDEMNITY
Of the city of Albany, with a capital and mirpluc'
of $1 jO.OOft continues to take risks un thr safer
class of properly. It is organized upon a Kolid
mill Vll)t n II t in I l:lis. :in,l nT,ir,U nm.f i i,Ar n l.
vantages f.r the insure 1, to be indemnified for the
ravages 01 nre.
T. It. lI.viUMsoN is the authorized a'ent for Van
Huron Co. Office at the Northerner Office. 117-tf.
FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY.
l arnin's Union Ins. Comiiuny,
CAPITA H STOCK :00.00o.
Coiitiurntnl Fire and lm1iir Ins, Co.
CAPITAL STOCK l,CO0,C0O.
v 'oik Indemnity In-iimnce Conipanj .
CAPITA H STOCK lOO.Oijj.
Vavliitii!toii I nion Invtrnnrr Couipaii),
rivrlml 3Iutual IiiMirnncc Conirviny.
CAPITA!, ."TOCK 150,000.
Tho undersigned i duly aulhorircd fo
ri-k. and irsuc pllrlr., in I ha above good nnt!
icliahle Infiiraneo Companies, at low rales :
Premium, a? tho nature of the rik. will ndrnit.
LOSSLS piomptlynnd t fjtiilnMr adjusted.
Inure your buildings, ?o that if they burn down
these hard timeg," you will l.tvo tho rnU t) put
them up again. T. K. llAttrtsov, Agcut.
OfSce, at tbo "Truo Northerner" Office, north
ido of main street, first door east cf the Tost officf.
Vam Ht'Rtjt Cotntt Clctik's Orricr, )
rvr Paw, Juno 12, 18iS.
NOTICE ii hereby given that tho Sctsioo Er?
of le-S!, litre bfyn recoircd at thh cffice
lhn Clark's r.f tho nvernl Townships will be fur
nishfld with the copies to whir b their tov-LShjps ki
enii'U I on iprliT9ia tbie cfTico.
? T OAY
FIRST CLASS INSURANCE.
-'vVii J Sl.fi.-tA I fit. -27
J)Ii. HOI JACK'S
BLOOD PUIUFIKIl AND
DIMK ASK VAIVQI'INIIEI)
Dr. Rohuck's Scafiditnu ian Rnnofie.
A l'TKU YKAilS OF STfri AND KXl'LLI
L MH N'T, ir. Koback, tho eminent Sn !:;
Phy.-iiciar, Puee'Jvd in pr hieing tne'li'.
from twenty-three different KpMcIe't of in'u'itHi'i
herbs of li native liu-l, whieb a dir tly i'p 0
the eaub.i of dixeao iu t'uy blooil, and by n -.i'J:-'i.l r
the rrirrnplfed fouiitaiu of lif-, to a cm :'Iirio: ,
benlth and purity, ex pel a di.jr;.i-o 1V. :-i !!.' .-v.-1 1 j ,,
wherever it in ny be located, or v. ba'evu- b
it character. Indigestion, ii'tvou- coiT.lainu,
epileptic Hnd other fit'', coughs, c n-:nii!j.ti in in it
early ht:oi, pore thro; t. bro'.l.iti.-, f.vcr :.:
nsjue, nthmn, luw spirits, vi.'XU i! a . il v, b-i.i:
ir.e veuknes.", piioklinj; of tin: nkin, .-yn.ptonjrtti -of
p;ira!y.-i, i !iuniatis!ii. 1 1 u j a 1 ; i m , tuM'T, .ai.ecT.
diabetes, Ltsvitudo and dibi'lty, 1 : r 1 1.-, jitj'l.:iU
other disorders d tho organs of iv.-i'hation, the liv
er, the kidneys, thc ".i. .h, tl.o servos, or th
mn.'cular fiber, are unerringly mu d by thij pr).a
ratbiu. It to the n.ut. r e:j n: -rM r.r'r'.l. of .
ease what a?) alkali is to an a -i l; it nc -'ifralio i
! r''l,I-v Vl -"." . H"'1 regenerates cv. iy nvimal t in
tion. Such ij tlie nature, .rueh are tl ; eh- t.; l'
Ir. Robadv'a famous S .tiidi:. avian Y,-1 I'hjllloi,
whi'di, if t.ikett in cr.rjnnetinn .t itli hi;; S-endinr"
vian liloo.l Tills, will not nly olljt-.rat.' tLe j::o '
painful dineasr, but y revi Ht their uiurri :.ce, ar:a
Lntheti !ic b.:voud t'ic codir.at v ij.ar.
In thn SCANDINAVIAN VE'jETA I'l.V. L'mu,:,
PILLS, Dr. R. back j rc.-cnt-i tho nr-ultof tv..::t.v
yearn of e-crienee, hard study and c trin.ent u ;
to what a perfect pill sb'.aM be. Im, t-.-.y ea.(
doubt their ritpi riorit v after die 'i-i-Io tla!. Ii .
cd tho Seandina ian Rloe.J Tuiifer, ?i j.t l. -'.'!.
or a por La!f- i(,z-ii ; Seandin avi.ui I'! nd I'.lls,
25 cents r.i.r box, or five fyr
Yn.:, Miauii, Co., In !.. An.". 1. 1S V.'.
Dm. C. W. Ron tk :-r Jiave rc-eicd 'i
benefit frojn your Si. a::uiiav iati Hh.- d I'u:ifi'; i.n I
l'lood I'iil, that I have thought it ir.y d'ily, ind
it is ii'i L.-'i my ir.eiha!i":i, to iv -x u yl.ti-.-.
tatcuiciit of niy cae. I wa.- foi y ay a :. ;'M if 5
Wme.. dNp,S.a. To rccpi..,!.-...- , c-.
j called remedies Ahieii I lu.v. u-ui ; ii. :i y;.. i , ;
w:t!i tfiii i me el a'l "nturt, -ti
this di-ea in vnuld irdeed Til i a :.i -'.T. h d .
alo ue. 1 ids. o.n.nl-d v.-ith ti b'.-t ; by i n.
I c;uld lear 1 va ir.d-o-ed t fry yo'.ir rvr
ditsi through t!:e .ci-.-:iMl n.i ..." ! '.e.j i. ai. .1
lldit.i thetti a fc.. day v. a- i!y '.' lit: , u:.u
in a short tii.i", !.'.-s han i in " ! i. i w.i- cire!v
fnd pi iinaneT ! v euro-1, f vv:v nf.!iit' d with
j the uci viokn' 1e. rv oir 'i , m i'n v. .'. I up
pose w.m i-ivnlin-e-l by my cr- .r-..-- A . j.:ia h, fe-
j when my oyfpep?ia Iet roe, roy l.i u 'acr.: t n i4,i
it. I im-v feel belter in evT rej eet ti.D:: 1 haw
fr Un veais. Very Iruiv vours,
JOHN S. DLMLTii
Fro::; the Kev. Mr. McMulIeu, Paster of H,,?,.
ert's Chapel : Indian atoms, V t. !, 107.
Dr. C. W. Iton.vcK Dear .Sir: I have used
your Elood Purifier for n nr-rvuus atledion, fion
which I have suffered much at time While it
pleasant to tho tastes, it certainly ha? a In pry effe. t
upon tho nerves. l'Uao except toy tiiavks for
your kind regards and acts, and belie; e me.
You, J. V,'. T. McMULLEN.
Cintinxati, Friday Serf. I, l?y;.
Dr. TIohack D::arh'ir: Having bc a u2vice.
with neuralgia or rhc'tmati.vri for ffc past ypp
anl a lit If, and having seen your r.i'dieico, ealif t
tho Seaadir.avi'a-i Diu.'d Puri.lcr, bi-l.iy iccom
mended by gen tie men with whom T utn ;.eui:;Mn
cd, T was induced to try it. but before I bad u"1
various other medicine?. After ning two botilt.
I felt its t fleet very seii.slMy, au.l pn u.-'.ng t.v..
more, I found iuy.-lf perfectly cured. Von v.j!1
allow me, then for,-, to congratulate you uj t -A r-.j
king a discovery in medicine which U pro ir r; it.
eelf to be a worker officii woelers iu the di-'n-
of the liuiarui fauuiy.
(ii:or.iE p. henni'tt.
Local E'btir, CindunaU Daily En.jirrci
Inpianai om,, Wedncs lay, r . ?, 1'iT.
Dr. C. W. Uobvck Dear sdr: ilaing le."i
troubled fr several years with extreme dtbiliiy
and weakness, ci much so that I was unable f
attend to my ordinary business at times, and hav
ing heard of the wonderful cures that your Scan
dinavian Hbod Purilier and I'ilis were t flee ting,
I was induce"! U" a fri nd to try them.
I have b. en uing the Purifier for the last twe!-, e
months, and find the medicine fully cqn.d tri(
recommerolations. So valuable its ue tome that T
cannot now di.-pcn.'c with the tue cf it ut tuy ad
vanced a?e of life seventy-seven yo&v.
I cheerfully give this information for thj; brncfit
of those sincularlv a(''ectil.
The above ccrtif.cfite.s uiA many otliur.
can lie hccn ;t ir.y eflico 1 y any one id
any time. (Jet one T my Family Medi
cal Almanacs, gratis, from my agouti.
MaLufaete'ry, Halch-room.H and Oliice,
Xo. 0 ICait iVuith htroft, oil Iraild'mx
from Main street, Cincinnati, O.
Sold ly S. C. (luiMbs & CV)., I'a
Paw, HoWK eV Lo( :;w(ul, Lawrence, and
by G. I. iSMiTit ec Jno., liav.ton, 31i?h.,
j and for .-"lie ly Ih'Uirj;it: and McTchant ;
Dr. W. Hrown cm be f.und at all timer j! Li
rooms over Isnion, Warren .m l Cj's Store, and
is prepared to etf'i'.to elegantly and ivdl, Ji
kiudi of work in t'.io 1 1 n cf hi profc;3i .n.-T-?h
extracted, fll-d with c'A or siher foil
and new ouei ins- rtd, inf'y or iu EettJ. rca
the mo't imp-ocl priucij I-.s ..f thc ait. 11.
lakn in the mri? superb and lifedik r-witcr, 3 t
pvt up iu superior
STYLE AND FINISH
I.du' nnd OenlRinau aio invited t? call at hi.
cfiice and OhIIt.v and examio'! for thoruselT'.i
Chnrgs In aroord nice with th? tiin".i
Pawpaw, Mich. 117-tf. W. BlOFN
Comer Doatbon and Randolph Otrat.
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