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. best literary papers of tbe day. A larre
r-.jcoa aiuiug TWENTY FAQEC, orBlXTY
'OLUMN'g, o entertertalnvas xnatterj Mil BLE
AN TLV ILLUSTRATED every wwk.
. GIFT WORTimtOiTTo ENT3 TO S13C5,
'V;LiiE 8E.NI10 EACH SUBSCRIBER, ON
:.::v'iiiPT of the subscription uoxnr.
Oac copy Iwr one year, and 1 gitt., .... . t?,00
Throe copiM on year, and 3 gifti 5,00
l ive cok' one year, cud 5 gifti S,00
Tf d cv pie one year, and 10 cilia 15.C0
Twenty. one cupiei one year, and 21 gifts 30,00
The articled to bo distributed tr comprised In
bo following list:
1 Uoitel Sutos Treaiury Note, f 1000 00, each.
'2 do da da da 500 00, each.
do do do do 200 00, each.
10 do do do do 100 00, each.
1 0 Tat Lev. Huufg Cas'd Watches, 100 00, each.
20 Gold Watcher, 75 , each.
40 do do CO 00, each.
100 do do 50 00, each.
: 00 Ladies Gold Watches, 25 00, each.
I'OO Silver Hunting Cased Watches, 30 00, each.
Silver Watches, $15 to 25 00, each.
1000 Gold Vcit and Fob Chains, 10 to 30 00, eab.
1000 Gvdd Pona and Pencils, 5 to 15 00, each.
Gold Lockets. Bracelet, Broocbea, Ear Drcpa,
Breast Pint, Cuff Tim, Sleeve Buttons, Rings, Shirt
Studs, Watch Keys, Gold aud Silrer Thimbles, acd
a variety of other articles, worth Xrom 10 coat to
Oa receipt cf the lulicxiption money, the tub.
ecri'c-or'a name ill be entered upen our l ooks or
fxiU l nuiaUr, aud the gift wrrespuu-ibg with
that number wil te forwarded within oce week to
biai, by nail cr exrreia, pcat-paii.
There is caliber humbug nor lottery at cut tb
above, as every iibjcrrilcr l sure of a Prite o
value. We prefer to make this nigral distrP-u-ticn
among tbcra iaitcad of giving a large com.
mission to agents, giving to the sul acri- er the
amount thit would go to tho Agect, and In many
CUM! a bunlre1-fld tier.
All communications should le addressed
t DANIEL ADEE, PraiisHm,
211 Centre Mrret, Aew York.
3700 Facts for tin PEOPLE,
LOOK AT TniS COLUMN
KILSURN A HUDSON would respectfully an.
uou-co tLs.t thy have Ven making cxttasire
uditious to Ibe'r stcck, consisting of the Choicest
Impcrud Drus and Medicines, Family Groceries,
Puro Liqucrs, Alcohol, Brandy, Gin, Pert Wii.e,
'Vbiskey, Choice brand of Tobacco, Box acd Keg
P.aisina, Bag S.lt, Pepper Spice, Cassia, Cloves,
t'tarcb, Bird Seed, Lunger Salts, Soda, Candles,
Eoap, Matches, Fish, and all kinds oi Jewelry,
BOOKS & STATIONERY,
Wooden and Willow" Ware, PainU acd Oils, Var
WINDOW GLASS AND PUTTY
Now is your time, as we are selling at reduced
prices. You will bavo lut to call acd be con
Kilbudn it- Hudson.
Taw Paw, Sept. 20, 1858. ly.
j. i. or. joinrs cough and con.
Tt-cunTiJi w!.o hrt mnde ue tf thl great ren5tly
i cV.?re it it fr ..iperioi- o "J vrrptrBM'-'i tk.w Unin
f r ta cure rf Ccaiutup-i u. iun)t tml Cil.t. Asim.
Jfruncln'W. I'pl'tl ijr "i i:l d l',un J tcri)j of tnc
i'.nrt. Ho trpcs. H-.p'nn (""nif". Crnp. riitlilnlc.c:'.
Pome cf f e cui m rffr.tci by t! 1 1 e re a:e of ucjt
.jrprUlnn r.:i 1 wotjderf jl daract- r : cm1- t N t liuve
tcen ffircti up by -ruliieot phy.icinm m Jiicura'jle tor
in w:y e ir. c.i ti t' Mo' r?pctalB nbysirinn.
h was prO!iU'irri tiicural' by srvcu yh i i':Ur.
I wo c.isn .ir cf t'c'ity yri' eUiiillnn. I'ouc. tliepr
fO'r. h ter lo'. they h4Ve btrtx aWiote 1. f tiouM d
pair until t'iry mve alv-:t ttiU rr-t rcmtly a trial.
bel rre. In c !ara .n cough a'lii c d 1' I ihuioki. 1f
ra: ja te. li.f n il ; d ! m-,. tin cum -i uftTen'y.
flrttil I'rciijl.iC'iously fi itn mn?i n t(; r, m) o nrr co'l-
I '.erfl Jai geruu ani iururabl. It will efrcl cur. It
my r.e UWn with perfect ta'ety y pm-nm t-f the tna-t
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Lifo cf a MemVr of tin Inl.um Tffjinltare
n .vol. M.-.nn. A. Tl.V.rr C.- , f r.lronur. tn'l..iy :
V'ir rtcMciicS nrr vaiuiM and rry pipn ir lure
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I r.e 1 erf at lf:il "f koi 1. A. J'anjakw. K.: j . r-preon.
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rn.imjitl .n. II t pSyilcltn an-t fr en 'i 1 tht
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t)yf lii.tr,J':eTi,..ii!ty nf t' I J'yrvp he hi. l.-t-n jvt?rcJ
1 1 tlie eijycnt i..f c"d he.i'ts. Ani of Mui.n 1 c
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hkh left Mia witti a lar.irn-ou i-ourf tbt b i..1 t'l
of their p';yvr' km. Hi tt a D.'i iyiu?, alA "
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P-nnir 'V' rai cf Hi fidiu y Cnaumpt'on.
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r' t3 iti an1 rkt five ,!ri. Durpe 'hree
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c'.ve m. itiy r 'lf Slrww . c".ril.t: I nici'.
t..e. f wiui'e'y I to k 5 J ?iri'a Cuafi n1 Uitj-u'np
t.'i hrnp. i;t".h ha r'.-t e't m i p-rfrt t"4 tn.
A(S4r Ukl'ie the iaildre -n w.ek. 1 r nu (i n i
L:it ippe'.iM. JOIPf M. KlRUifci, TlSia. O.
Iiftat Cured -tV,n mrchil I was a few .' i r!1.
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f'M hr it Mj1-:i.- WtU-ri. who wi: f jra'i'i t.
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ATHENS, BRAD rOUD CO., PA.t
C. M SMPMAtf, - -ir
J. i7. CANFJELD, -STec'y.
Ilia is a atotk company, crgtiiliai tar ft
rrantel y the Stale cf Ponaiylvaala, witb a capi
ulatockof$200,000,C0, all paid la and securely in.
vested, with a earploa cf $27,003, which toisg
added t it capital makes it cue cf tie
SAFEST AND MOST RELIABLE
Insurance companies in the United States. Those
wishing first class Insurant can desire no Utter.
This company waa organlie4 about fire years since,
and avoiding the
ERRORS AND MISTAKES
of the older offices, whereby many have made ship
wreck of their capital and business and blasted the
bopos of their unfortur ate patrons, this company,
at all times, has TRO M FTLY
PAID ITS LOSSES,
1 honestly enrored a reputation for fair dealing and
integrity which no similar Institution has been ablo
Testimonial, References. Rate of Insurance
Ac, can be found at the office of the Ageut, who
is authcrUed to receive applications,
and do a reneral insurance Business.
T. TL liarrisca is the authorized Agent fr
Van Buren Co., Office at the "True Northerner"
GlU, Taw Paw, Michigan.
FIRST CLA33 (KSUttAttCa.
IL Y. INDEMNITY
Ofthecityof Albany, with a capital and surplus
of H50.COO continues to take risks upon the safer
cla?s of property. It is orpanired upon a stolid
nnJ wurjrstnnt'hl Lisl, and affords superior ai
vantages for the insured, to b indemnified for the
ravages of fire.
T. R. IlaflRTsoy is the authorized azent for Van
Buren Co. Office at the Northerner Oflipfl. l'.7tf.
FEVER 4 AGO
A!;D SISIILAIl C0KPLAJNT3,
I. MOT T5
1 r- ......
This great Antilcte for fever and ague for sale
by . 8. C. GRIMES A Co.,
JOHN WINER, Hamilton, C. W. 171.4m.
Grocery & Provision
PALMER A SHELDON,
At the oil stand of Jared Palmer, north side of
Mala Street, two doers west of the Tost Office,
Ave Nov Receiving
An Entire rco ilock of
Ccafijtiag ia part of
SUGAR, TEA, COFFEE, SOAP,
Starch, Caudles, Oil, Tobacco, Burning Fluid,
Our goods are New, Frcah and bought at the
presout depressed price, and will be sold
Cheap! Chrapl! Cheap!!! Cheap!!!!
Before purchasing elstn here, you will fiod it for
your interest to call and examine our stock, Ad
Paw Paw, May 13, 1853.
J. PALMER, 161.1y. B. C. SHELDON.
Culvlr, Page k Hoyne,
hj;ank book manufacturers,
And Wholesale Dealna In.IJock Hinder'
K8 4 130, Lake fit. Corner of Clark, up etairf,
II. 'Z. CcLvrjt.1
). W. Pier. V CHICAGO.
M. A. Uom.)
Lithogiapblng of all klnda, neatly done
All kinds if Blank Bocks manufactured on sbor
not re. Magazines, MuiL, Ac. c tally bound.
Orders soiio:td. 133. tf.
LL Persons having unscttlod accounts witk
Jodcs t Coogor are bmhy noti4 that the
Aumo most ' immediAttily adjusted, cr steps will
te lakca to collect them by legal measures. All art
rti'iuoitcd i call and settle immediately and there
ry cave co.st. JONES A COXUEK,
Paw Paw, Augtitt 0th, I8i8. 174-tf.
rI JONES would respectfully i.otify all prjoc
Li havia untotted acccuota or cotes pait dee in
f.ij pi?srf.iir,3 tbtt he must have tho sice srranged
f.-"thwith rr f? wi'i r?n fi'ta cllect-bo by Ur.
in tf v., ,vr.
T X 8
A benevolout Institution establiHhod by sidl
endowment for the relief of the sick and distressed,
aClicUd with virulent and Epidemic duoosi.
' I 'O all persons' kfScted with eoxutd Diseases L
I as 8PEKM ATOllUUtKA, .SEMINAL WE A
NESC, IMPOTENCE, OONURRHCEA, OLEET,
SYPHILIS, the Yico cf ONANISM, or SELF
ABUSE, Ac, Ac.
The HOWARD ASSOCIATION, lu view cf the
awful destruction cf human lifo caused by sexual
diseases, axd the deoep tions act wed upon the un
fortunate victims oi' auch deats by Qur--Lf, cere,
ral years ago directed their Cou3i.l:i3r t'.cxf eou, ca
a ClIARIi ABLE ACT worthy of tbeir Lme, to
cpen a Dispensary for the tre&Lacnt of this ciaas
oi' Diseases, in all their forma, and to give MEDI
CAI. ADVICE GRATIS, to tU who apply by let.
tar, with a description cf tLeif coudition, (age,
occupation, habits cfltfo, Ac.,)aiidia casfkiofex.
treme poverty, to FURNIHI MEDICINEb FREE
OF CJIARQE. It is needless to add that tin As.
aociation commands the highest Medical skill cf
the ago, aud will furnish the most approved mod
Tho Directors, on & riew cf tha pa?t, feci aa
cured that their labors in this ephcre of Uuevolent
effort, have n of great benefit to the aClcted, es
pecially to the young, and they havo resolved to
devoto thcrusclve?, with renewed real, to this very
important but much despued cauM.
Just Published by the Association, a Report on
Spermatorrhoea, or Seminal Weakness, the Vice of
Onanism, Masturbation or Self.Abuso, and other
Diseases of the 8axual Organs, by tho Consulting
Surgeon, which will bo e"t by mail, (in a scaled
envelope,) FREE OF CHARGE, on receipt of
TWO STAMPS for postage.
Address, for Report or treatment, Dr. GEORGE
R. CALHOUN, Consulting Surgeon, Howard As
sociation, No. 2 South Ninth Street, Philadelphia,
Pa. Bv order of the Directors.
EZRA D. HE ART WELL,
GEO. FAIRCIIILD, Secretary.
JOY TO THE AFFLICTED.
louny America Victor hut.
One email box cf Pills cures ninety. nine cases
out cf a hundred. No Balsam, no Morcury, no
odor on th breath, no fear ot detection. Two
small pills a dose; taauless and harmless as water.
Full directions are Kiren, so that the patiet can
cure himself as certain as with the advice of the
most experienced surgeon, and much better than
with tho advice ?f one of little experionee in this
clas of disease.
Sent by Mail to any part of the country
by euclosin one dollar to D:. D. G. Walton, No.
161 North Seveuth St, Ulow Race, Philadelphia.
A lit eral discount to the trade. None genuine
without the written signature of D. G. Walton,
Proprietor. - ....
Dr. W.'a treatment for Solf-Abuso, Weakness,
Ac, is entirely different from tho usual course.
Dr. W. bis cured hundreds who have tried oth
ers without benefit The treatment is as certain to
cure them as the sun is to rise. Enchzc a stamp,
and address Dr. W. as above, giving a full his.
tory of your cae, and you will bless the day you
madt) the effort to secure what is ceruin A RAD
ICAL CURE. 100-ty.
DEI W. B&QWtt
Dr. W. Brown can he found t all times at h's
rooms over Iimon, Warrea and Co'a Sttv p.u.1
is prepared to exocute elegantly and well, all
kinds of work in the line of his profession.
Tetb extracted, filled with gold or silver foil
and new ones in sorted, singly or in setts, u;oou
the most improved principles of tho art 1 17.
Taken in themoft tuporb and lifo-like manner, and
put up in superior
STYLE AND FINISH.
Ladie's and Gentleman are invited to call at h
offico and Gallery and examice for tbcnndve;
Charges in accordance with the tiro.
PawPiiw, Mich. 147-tf. W. Tof.
Two Improved Farms
ONE lying six miles west of tho villa-o of Taw
Paw, on the territorial road conUiniug 102
acres of choice farming land, with sixty acrc3 of
mprorcmcnt. On the premises is a good
llcnrlng Orchurd, "Water,
ind other conveniences a very dealrablo farm.
The other contains 40 acres nearly all improved,
with a small uew dwelling houso, nearly complete
good barn and a fine thrifty young orchard a
valuable place for one desiring a farm of that size.
The above will bo sold Cheap. For further par
ticular3, and torms of payment, inqtiro of
lC7-tf. A. SHERMAN A Co.,
nte ihe co rt House,
rpniS well-known cstatlishmentcontinuM to torn
X out as elegant and tatty furniture as can U
found in Western Michigan which ii warranto!
to be execuca by none in point of
DURABILITY, PATTERN, SIYLE,
FINISH A CHEAPNESS.
Our work i all manufactured from tho best ma
terials mado after the pattern of the moit
FASHIONABLE and APPROVED
Models, and no pains will be spared to make it suit
me wuiica ana tastes or our numerous cuf tomers
Coastantly oa hand and for sale.
slr Most kinds of Produce and Lumber taken
at market prices.
Taw Taw, Aug. '58. 173-ly. J. PALMER.
U W Q O O D 8 .
S. C. GRIMES & CO.,
Aro now receiving direct from the city of New
ork, acboic lot of
Everything ia the Drag Ibe about bit
PDHE AND FIlESn.
Give bira a call "before purchasing eleewbere.
Paw Paw, June 3, m. 164-ly.
DWELLING HOUSE to rent, with well
rTt, i tuUra and woodhnse attached, suitable
,tj to accommi
lt iraell faciily, loioirt it
fh: f Wn
Q V. v.
TT7HEREAS, default has been made in tho pay
V ment of a certain sum of money, the payment
of which waa socurcd by an indenture of mortgage,
brarhiirdate the fifueulb day of June, A. D., 1852,
cxreaud by Lawrence Brewer, of Van Buren
:Z T"Ii 4 a iin ii.ii. f Aahfield. in the
M...:;im.ii.. n the laud and rremise.
hereinafter described, which mortgage was duly
reeorded in tie office of the Register of Dedj for
Vaa Buren county, aforesaid, ou tho fourth day of
October, A. D. lb&2, attkven o'clock in the fore
noon, iu Liter C, of Mortjrao, on p ages 4S3, abd
4 81, n which mortago thcro ia claimed to bo duo
aud unpaid, at the date hereof for principal and
in'.jrftt, the sum f cne hundred and eighty-five
dollars and taa ccn'J, (tlbS 10,) and no proceed
ings either at law or in chweery having Loon in
stituted to reeover tho amouut raccr:d by said
mortgage, cr any part thereof,
Notice is therefore bertby given, that, Ly tirtue
of a power of ith conUitcd la stid mortgage,
hich power has bjcomo operative by the default
aforcsalJ.nnd in pursuance cf tho a atute in such
case provided, the said mortgage will be forcclosod,
by tale of the mortgaged premises therein described,
to wit: "All the following parcel of land siteaU-d
in the county of Van Bure n aud State of Michigau,
known andiloscril d as the south balfof tho north
west quarter of section number Iwcnty-uine (29) in
town (2), south of range thirteen (13) west, con
taining eighty acres, bo thesamo more or Icsh, ac
cording to tb United States survey," which willb
sold at public auction or vendue, to the highest
bidder, at the Court Ilouao in tne village or l aw
. . , . jt- r j.v. .iu:
raw, in saiu couniy oi au Burin,,ii..iWiuhu,
place orboid.agtue t.rcuiitoure or sa.acouuiv,,
?oo twoMty-fifth .P''6' H iVl RKftf
of naid connty, or hi deputy, or under sheriff.
Dated, October 1st, A. V., 1858.
Alvin Hall, Mortgagee.
S. II. Blackmav, Attorney. 12wl3l
WHEREAS, default has been made lu the pay.
seat cf a c-rtain sum of racacy, the payment
of which was secured by an indenture of mortgage,
beariog date the first day of March, A. D., 18i7,
executed by Nathan Baker, of Vaa Buren county
and State of Michigan, to Elias G. Kinne, of the
same county and state, on the land and premises
hereinafter described, which mortgage was duly re
corded in the office cf the Register of Deeds for
said ccunty of Van Buren, ou the twenty-seventh
day of March; A. D., 1S57, at one o'clock, P. M , in
Liber F. of Mortgages, on page 319 ; and whereas,
said mortgage waa duly assigned by raid Elias G.
Kince, to Free rata Hall, of the couuty of Van
Buren, aforesaid, by ainigment dated the 2Cth
day of March, A. D., 1S58, and duly recorded in
the Registers office aforesaid, on the sevcath day of
May, A. D., 1858, at two o'clock, P M., in Liber O,
of "Mortgages, on pa'c 91; on wbich mortago
there is claimed to bo due and unpaid at the d&to
hereof, for principal aud interest tbesJiu of cine,
ty dollars aud seventy. two cents ($20 72), and no
proceedings at law cr ia chancery fcavisg tctn in
etituUfd to recover the amount secured by eaid I
mortgage or any part thereof, i
Notite is, therefore, hereby given, that. l r virtue
of a power of sale contained in paid iaortai;e,
which power haa become operative by tho default
aforesaid, and in pursuautc of the statute in such
case provide J, the said nrtac will Le fumbled
hy sa!e ortho mortgage i premises tMerem lUFcriocc!, :
to wit: " &U tiiat c.rUiu piece cr parcel of lnn, j
Situate and ivin in the county of V an Buren had j
State c Michigan, ar.dbein Lot two (2), in I'.L-k j
cne (1). iu Kinua's ai iiliou to the illla-c of Mat
tawan," which will bo eM, at public t'a.M!r or
, .V . V, ! V l.tl.V.- .!. n, .... IT. ... I
lilt Ul.bD.-k UWUll) AW IUD LlilV 11 1 UCV
in tho village cf Paw Tar, in fa'd c:.r.nty cf Vr.n
Buren, (that being tbe place of hoi Jir.fc tho CtcitU
Court for mil county,) on tHe trevtj -fifth day of
December next, A. D., 1S53, at ten e.lock in the
forenoon, by the sheriff cf county, cr his deputy, or
Datod, October 1st, A. D, 18.1S.
I'kCEM an Hall, Asiirr.cc.
S. H. Blackman, Attorney. 12vrlS
rnoitATR n'oth r.
Q7ATE OF MlCHlOAN Vun Buren County
Trobate Court for f aid ccunty. NtIco i.4 heio
by given that application has been made to f.ii-1
court by Samuel S. Whitlock. for proving tho lant
will and testament of Aaron Whitlock, deceased.
It is. therefore, hereby ordered, tb?t the eighth
oay of November next, be and the fa?r.c here!y
appointed for hearing said application, and for
proving eaid will and tastament.at the Probate
office, in Taw Paw, in said county, at ten o'clock
in the forenoon, and it is also ordm-d tbat all per
sons interested in tho estate of said deceased, ap
pear before tho Judge of said court at tie time ai;d
placo above mentioned, to contest t'.rj prc1ato of
said will. It is further ordered, thai ti c above
notice and order bo published in the Tn:o Norther
ner, a newspaper published in raid county, once in
each week, for three successive wevh?, prcrcding
said day of hearing.
1S3w3. A. W. NASH.
October 12th 1S5S. Judjre of Prosaic.
Y virtue of two exocutie .is issued cut "f at'd u.
der the seal of the Circuit Couit, for the conn.
ty of Van Buica, to mo directed and delivered, I
have levied upon all the right, titl and iutcrut
o: William Fox, Jason IVx, M. N. Fox, Charles
W. Scott aud Joseph W. Johnson, tho defendants
named iu said executions in acd to the tollunni
described land and tenement to wit: known u
being parts of sections four (I), and nine (9), iu
township three, (3), south, of range thirteea (l.i).
wtoet, and commenrinc at tho north- est comer of
section lour, (1), thence easterly along Fnid section
line till within forty-five rods of tie north quarter
pott of said section four (1) ; from theuce souther
ly and parallel with the north at:d south qmrUr
lino through raid section four, to tho ct liter of the
Tertitouial Road, (so called,) from theuce westerly
alone t'je center cf said road to a point where the
east lino ct" Henry llicckloja lard, m surveyed by
H. P. Barnum, and deoded by E. P. Dyckman,
would, if exended, intersect tho center of said
Territorial Road,tbrnec corth-ea.terly to the south
east corner of sail Henry Hinrkleys land; thence
north and paralled with tbe west lino of said sec
tion four, oue hundred aud seventy rods to a
stake; thenoo north, thirty-four degrees east, fifty
rods ; thence north, twenty. five degrees and frty
fivo miautes west thirty. four rods (31); thence
wcet oa said Hinckleys north lino to section line;
from thenco, north on the section line to the place
of beginning, excepting and reserving therefrom
the same premises which the party of the first part
hereto has heretofore bargained, and sold to Henry
Hinckley and Oliver D. Oilman. The land hereby
conveyed coctaiciog one hundred and forty seven
acres more cr less; also the north east quarter of
tho south eaft quarter or section twenty. three, (23)
in town number three, (3), south, of range number
thirtcon, (13), west and the west balfof the north
west quarter of aection twenty-four, (21), town
three, aouth, of range thirteen west Also the east
balfof the north east quarter of section fourteen
(14), town number three, (3) south, of range cum
ber thirteen (13) west, execptcijbt acres belonging
to the Michigan Central Rail Road. Also tho west
half of tho south east quarter of section eleven (11)
town number three, (3) south, of range thirteen
west, also tbe south west quarter of the south west
quarter of section number twelve, (12) town number
three, (3) aouth of range number thirteen (13) west;
and all in the connty of Van Buren and State
of Michigan, which I shall expose for sale at
public vendue, at the Court Houso in the village of
Paw Paw in said county on baturrtay, the thirtieth
day of October, A. D. 1853, at the hour of ten
o'clock in tb forenoon of said day.
N. D. RICHARDSON.
By E. M. OLIDDEN.
Dated, September 14th, 1659. Under Sheriff.
Th We tale is hereby pcrtr.cr.r-i rutil Satur
day the 27th day of November 158, at tbe same
rLaoe, and at tbe tame hour of tbe da?.
lMwi. X. T, RICHARDSON.
PyE, 21. OLIDDEN.
Pate4 October 29lb, If 48. Under Sheriff.
40,000 BRICK now on band and for sale at the
Brick Kiln, one and a A r "miles west Of tho vil
lage of Taw Paw. Those wishing to purchase,
will find it for their interes: to call at tbia kiln be.
fore making their arrang. menu elsewhere. Also.
afw thouisnd Witt. Baici. Most kinds of pro-
daea taken in etrbanr. C. W. WHIFFLE. ,
October l1 J9?!v
. tLICLL .B7E:tTIIiC.lKM 8.
NOTICE is hereby- given jhat.bj Tirtue and in
pursuance ftt o Jievnav ri ,-1 lo eui tv tha
Probate Court of Vu Burin county ft shall ft 1
at put-llo vendue according to law, on tho second
day of October A D 1868 at one o'clock P M at tho
voun uouse in me village oi raw raw, UieioUow.
nZ datenlod real estate belonging to the f.tate of
Horace Humphrey late of said county deceas d. to-
wit The north-east quarter of the aoutb-east quar
ter of aection one, also the nortli-eaat quarter of
the north-east quarter of aection twelve, also, tb
south-east quarter of tho north-east quarter of sec
tiou eleven, and iu township mitnber one, south of
ran re fifteen west, all in Van Buren county Stato
of Michigan, subject to the widow's dower.
Paw Paw, August Uth, 1WS.
175-5W. AHA O. IIINKLEY,
ZENA8 C. HOWARD.
The b.voaa!e ij poatpcel until tho 18th Inst, at
the iamt placo and tin.).
ZENA3 C. HOWARD,
Paw Taw, Oct 2d, 13:8. tl2n2
The above sale Is further poitpited uct;l the
2Stli of Dec? riber, at the same place and time.
ASA U. H INK LEY,
ZENA8 C. HOWARD,
raw J aw, uct. l?tk, 1SJI. 1?1tt0
ftTATr fV MTPUTd IV V-.. Tt r
w -.iwiiiw.i.., i au iuzeu (.uuaiT
. u PrbL&to Cour, iu tLl, WllUer of , MlaUof ie".
pL)3 c 1Iatlitwty deCcased; on reading end
ngthe peUtion, duly verified, cf Jano Hatha-
way, widow of said docoasod praying that
Orrin S. Weleh may be appointed administra
tor of tho estate of said deceased--Hereupon It
is ordercd,that Mouday,the fifteenth day of Novera
ber,ncxtat ten o'clock in tho forenoon, be asi;ncd
for the hearing of said petition,, and that the Loirs
at law of said deceased, and all other persons in
terested in said estate, are required to appear t s
session of said Court, thcu to be holden at the Pro
bate Office, in tho village of Paw Paw, and show
cause, if any there bo, why the prayer of the peti
tioner should not beirrat.ted: aud it is further or-
I dcred, that said petition, r giro notice to tho per-
oui inieresieu in earn estate, or tbe pendency or
said petition, and the hearing thereof, by causing
a copy oft his order to bo published in the True
Northerner, a rtewspsper printed and circulating in
said county of Van Buron, three succcssivo wfks,
previous to said dar of hearing.
A. W. NASH,
Octob r 18th, 1858. Judge of Probate.
(A true copy.) 131w.1
IN pursuance anu by virtue of a uecreo of the
Circuit Court lor the county i Van Buron, in
chaueery, made on the sevet.th day of (Js-tobi-r,
lti8, in t uimiii tauao thereiu per.dit.p, nbertin
John It. i3 c..nijliiifci,i, aud Eii: I.
llarrisaud h'A'ui Ann Harris are defenUut : U't:ce
ii hereby j;ircu,tl;at I sliail sell at publij auction, t
ttu u-iitsi bidder, at tcu o clock, A. o.i t;ii;-.r-
day, the f urth dy il December, Itlt, ot the Van
Liux:i tout.ty LVi'it Iloi'.ae, i: 1 aw I'uw, ia fni i
cov t;tv, the fo.liwin dese ribed premises in the coiin
ty of Vaa Buren and fc'tr.to oi Muhi 'an, to-wil: that
piece oi vu ana itvEcri'.cn in tLcpouthwt st
quarter of the north--a.;t qunrter of .erti-u thirty.
:i 10 .vi..:.1f ioi:r, suutn ol r ii';e i jur e
tt'iitsiiiin, lurfv ucru cf l:;id, in.ro or h-.'.-.
Circuit Couit Ci-isirtitsior.cr
fjr Vau Burci' Cout-tv, Mich.
October 19tu, 1558.
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Manufacturera and dealers in all kinds cf
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iT Priori in ac y,rlai' with tb times. t5
QjTAEE OF MICniGANCccctyof Van Earer.
0 as. At a session cf lLa Prolato Court for the
County of Vaa Luren, Leiden at the Probate Of.
fice, ia the villsge o: Paw Paw on Monday, a
twtnty-seveiith day Sfptirabcr, la the year cte
tbouai:d eight hundred and Cftytight Presect
A. W; Nh, .Tudc .f Probate. In the ttatUr oi"
the tstate of Aaron Eaicey, deceased, a p-Pr tax.
porting to te tie last will ai d tuiainc-st cf said
deceased, Lavitg been dej oeited in this court tr
Philotus Jiaydei., one o! the executors therein
named, praicg for rebate therccn; there vrx,n it
ia ordered, that Monday, tlo ttteLty-fifth day of
October next, at Un o'clovk in the fcrenoon, U aa
aigntd for the L taring of said petition, and that
the heirs at law cf said docca?oJ, and all ether per
sons interested in f Aid ettat. are required to sp.
pear af a session cf ttid ccutt, then to hs boIJsn
at tho Probate OSce, in the villsge cf Paw Paw,
and sLow came, ii any there be, why the probata
cf said will thfculd not hi granted: acd it it
further ordered, thit said petitioner give notice t
tie persons icUrested in said estate, of the pen.
dency cf said petition, and the Leari: g thereot, by
causing a ccpy cf this order to le publiehed ia the
Tr9 AT(Acrner, a newspaper printed ard clrcc-
1 aticg in said county of Van Buren, three auoceeh o
weeks, previous to snid day of hearing.
A. W. N.sn, Judge cf Prolate
(A true copy.) twlc!
"NTOTICE b hereby given that, by virtue and in
pursuance of liccns granted to me by tie
Probate Court, for the county of Vaa Ecrtn and
State of Michigan, I shall sell at public, auction, to
the highest bidder, at tbe Court House, in the vil
lage of Paw Paw, in said coantv, on the thirtoea'U
day of November, 1868. at tea'o'clock, A; M., the
following described real estate, belonging to Elira
bcth Ann Ward, minor: commencing oa tho north
lino of aection thirtcon.scventeea aad sevca-eigbthi
rod3 west of tho quarter stake; thenco weat en
sail sectioa line seveaty-eight end tce-clghth
rods; thenco acuth paralUl with raid zeetioa Eu
seventy rods ; thence east sixteen rods to the quar
ter lice ; thecco south ten rods to the cast and west
quarter line; thence east on said quarter line
sixty-two and one eighth rods j thence ncrth eighty
rods to the placo of beginning in township Tour
south of rango fourteen west, Van Eurea Ccuntr.
State of Michigan.
THOVAS D. WARD,
Ouardiaa for said Miner.
September 2Sth, ISi?. Cwlel
M O III G AOF. ft ALE. "
DEFAULT having been mrvlc in the payment
of a Fi?ra of money .e?urrd to be paid by in
ientore of mort-c, dated the ixth dav cf Angn: t
fighUcu huiidrtd and f.fiy-six, executed ly Danici
Kill to Loring Hulbert, auu recorded it. tic llcgi--trra
ofT.tMj of VauBurcn Ccvntr, Michigan, t,n the
fixtli day tf August, tigbtocd hundred and
fifty six at 5 o'clock P. M iu Liber T" cf Mori
.axs -u pae US, n which n:ortggc their ',3
claimed to Lo due at tho dtte tf thi notice, oc
huL'lied aud !:fty dolltrs ai d sixty. rive tett!, and
i o proceeding at law or juty hivinr; leoc icsti
tc.t u ;'or the recovery tbmof.
Notice- ii thojcAra hereoy givru, that I - T:.lr
of a p.wcr of tale contained in said rr.np!trr.
at..', In j lusuar. cf tho atatatt in eech rite pro
videil, the premises described ir ..id rrtrre vi7 :
AHoflot3cn, fonr, ar.d Ivc, in b:o:h tl. rty-r'i: i-t
the uila-c f Tavr, C.:uLty of Vai. L'crn:,
fir.i! S'a:.;' t-f Michi -sr. scccrdirr '.ii!:f tf -Lulf,!
j i l.t. v.i: W s .!d tt pablio ve::t".'.j to tic Lit-best
! :iJJfr, at the Court Iltusn in Pew Ptw ;;v
I said C-iui.tv cf Vr.n Pnren Suta of riirl.ian n,
lie tei.ty-"vecth d.iy cf Ncvcrrtlcr. A. D., lSS.
a- ton o'clock iu the f'rcr.oon, by tl-e fhcrirf or
his deputy, ubct to f-tuic instilment to .?ccm
due cn aid tnortp?
Dato, EcpUtaLer let, ISiE. ::,rt,-.if e-.
A. W. Nasa, Att'y. 1771;'.
mortgaj: ali .
Y J II ERE AS, default ba liu made in th
VV paymr-ut of certain sums cf xcocey th; j-.iv.
m:nt of which was secured ly a certain ii:dt-r,:u'i
of morlage 1 earing dr.te the' eleventh dav u"
Detcrabor, 1857, executed by fJcorge While ' ph.:
iiij Tife Aligail Ann Wbito.'of (Lc cyut ty t-f Yen
Buren, rr.d State of Mu l.i-au, to .Tan.ts 'cVwr.il',
cf Kalamazoo county, Michigan, and reccidtd i-'
the crlice of the Register t t Deeds f r the eour.tv of
Van Buren aforesaid on the. Tin day cf Dcii-rn.
her. 157, at 2 o'clock P. M. in Liber F tf morfpi.
g?.- t n pSj;c f7r, on which Mortgage tLere ish:iiii
ed to te h:e and ut'paid at tho dato of il.ij LO'h o.
the sum of tighty-Sve and f.ftcen or.o hitiidredth
dollars, (Sh7,15,) r.rd no suit t-r j:oc.dii)s at.
law ,r iu chancejy laviirg teca iL.nitulcHi to col
lect the somor Any j'art thritof;
Nttuois thercfoif hereby given tliat by vlrfno
i oi a pr.-ntr ti jai.- coLiimcu :n fh xnortgv and
in purruarjce of the Statute ;;i inch eaio made aud
I provided, the prcmi.-cs in Fail mortgage drrrat,
j to.Hi : " Tbo wc?t twenty-four acres of tho ra?t
J lHif cf Ihc vrestbolf of fh nort'i-cast quarter
i of fection number clcvn, (II,) in .w0 fur, (l,t
south of Rango thirteen, (i;t) west in tho county
I cf Van Euro af'.Te'.u'd. wil! bi sold at public auc-
tnn to the hit''c.t bidder, at tb! Court Houyr in
tin village of I'aw Paw, (th t b.-ing tho jdac? for
hrdiiinf tlio Circi'it Court for f.id countv of Van
I'urri:,) on the T'Jth day cf Janmry 1S53, at n
'cloh in the afticoon cf eU dsy ly the thcxA'
r hij deputy.
Dat'-d Novi rubor 4t I'tZ.
i7r..uw. ja'mes cowgill.
Nathan II. BntLY, Att'v.
CTATE Or MICHIGAN, County of Van Lurvn.
U a. At a session of C f Prcbafc Court l.r th
county of Van Buret, holder: at tho Prolate Office,
in tbe villare of Paw Paw cn Thursdav tbeer r.th
a- rf n.J
oberin the ear one thousand citrbt bun.
i tf:y cicht. Present. A. W. Nash. .Tud..
'.:' Prb.-4t. In tic matter cf tho Estate cf Lewi.
ii.: rrt a :ea.-pd. Oa reading aad filing tbe poti-.io:-.,
diy verified, of Jcsiah Andrews one Of tho
Prir. cipie Ctoiitors of aid deccascd,praying that h
ie appointed Administrator ol the Estate of
said deceased. Thcrerpon it U ordered, That
monday the first day of November next at ten
o'clock ia the forenoon, be assigned for the hearing;
of said petition, nnd that the heirs at law of said
deceased, and all other persona interested in said
estate, are required to appear at a rcrsion of said
Court, then to be holden at the Probate Office, in thf
village of Paw Paw, and ahow cause, if any tbtro
be, why the rrayer of tbe petitioner should cot bo
granted: And it is further ordered, that said peti
tioncrgive notice to the persons interested in said
estate, of the pendency of said petition, and the
hearing thoreof, by causing a copy of this order to
be published in tbe True Northerner, a newspaper
printed and circulating in said County of Van
Buren, three snccesilvc weeks, previous to sail
day of bearing. A.W.NASH,
(Atruecopy.) Judgo of Probate.
October 8fb, 1 4wlS2
STATE OF MICHIGAN, tounty of Van Buren.
ss. At a session of the Probate Court for tbo
county of Van Bnrcn, holden at the Probate office,
ia the village of Paw rw, on Monday, tbe fourth
day of October, in tbe year ono thousand eight
hundred and fifty-eight. Present A. W. Nash,
Judge of Probate. In tho matter of tbe estate of
Joseph Bitcly, deceased. On reading and filing
the petition, duly verified, of Nathan II. Bitely
next of kin of said deceased, praying tbat Lovilla
Bitely and Nathan H. Bitcly may I appointed
administratrix and administrate of the estate of
said deceased : Thereupon it is ordered, That Mon
day, tb fir.'t day of November, at ten o'clock in
the forenoon, bo assicned fur tha hfarinir of a4
petition, and that the heirs at law of said deceased,
and all 'other persons Interested in said estate, ar
required to appear at a tessi n of sail Cour, tbo
io l-o holden at tho Probata Office, in tbe villas a of
Faw Paw, and show cause, if any there te, why th
rrayer of tbo petitioner abould C"t be granted : and
it ia further ordered, that said petitioner girt oetiw
to thej otaona InUmted in said estate, of tbe pen
doner of said petition, aad the bearing thereof,
by caujiug a c?py of tbia order to be published in
the Tru4 Northerntr, a newrpajner printed and cir
culated in said county cf Van Ecrea. tbm roc
ive weeks, previoua to said day f beat lag.
(Atruecopy.) Jndgt cf Probate.
October, fth, 1153. 4wll2
Ttt Just rrln tod an 1 for sale at this f2f,3
3rtmrr f P!cnh? rf u d;ctip".,n.