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FRIDAY MORN IN U, - - - DEC. 17,
Meeting of the Towahlp Hoar J.
The Tow nsbip Board of the township of Lafay
ette will meet at the OCce of the Township Clerk,
la said township, on Monday the 27th day of D
member 1S&S, at 9 o'clock in the forenoon, for U
purpeeo of auditing the account of said township.
T. R. HARRISON,
- Dept. Township Cierk.
Then will bo a meeting of the business loird cf,
the van Uuren to. Ag. Boc. oa Juursaay, n j
30ta.iUy of Doo.,lh5,at raw I'ew.ror me t ran sac.
tit n of ench business as may properly come lfore
it. o. n. r. shuluon.
Tier will be a Donation visit for the benefit of
Ret. A. C. Tuttlo, at the house of Peter Harwick
in Antwerp, cn Thursday December 23d,
A general invitation is hereby extenced to al!.
tOT A farmer iu Sullivan county, Iud.,
wos offered $1,000 for ninety fino hos,
cn Monday, and lost the entire lot by hog
iholcra before WidBneaday.
Depot Burned. The depot of the
New Haven and Harlem Railroad, at the
comer of Centre, Franklin and White
street?, wad burnt this morning.
A Long Lecture. The Rochester
Union says that Mr. Grcely, of the New
icrk Tribune, has written a lecture on
Great Men, and Starts west this weeit to t
spend a month or sit weeks in its dclive- j mined to make a
Just So. The "Pennsylvania Dutch," !
of Works county have a highly appreciative ;
opinion of Jehu Glancy Jones One cf; Still Further RedllCtiOIl
thtrn said "It is yon hame ifMihtcr,
ifhoenci be not elected, fyr'L. i? the com
mittee of the Shairman of Mnn Ways'
SosoaA. Parties in Washington have
information that a large number of Mexi
cans, reeidicg in Sonera, have entered in
to a leapue to revolutionize that State with
a viewto its annexation to the United
Eli Thayer in Virginia. When ,
Kli Thayer announced his project for col- j
oniiing Virginia; every paper in the State j
opposed him. Now fourteen papers favor i
Ftrongly hacked by Gov. Wise.
Uncle Tom. Father Hcwson, the
rriginal of "Uncle Tom," has purchased
his borther John from slavery, and they
are now in Boston trying to rale money
to redeem John's wife and three children.
SfA whole military company in Day
ton. Ohio, fell in love with a youn'ir lady,
ftJewM, and a they couldu't all have:
her, they compromised tho natter by se
lecting her as their captain.
Metuodiht Latmeh. A paper called
te Layman'g Adrocatc, has been flirted
in New York city, to advocate a change
in tho policy of the Methodist Episcopal
. Church, whereby laymen will bo err.titu
lionally admitted, "ftn eual right with
dergymeo, to it Jfsritlative and judicial
I2:atii oi Koiu nr Owen The former
tTCflt philanthropist i dead. At one time
hi "f;y?tm," and hia 'community" made
k great noie in the wtld 1-fs in later
rcan. He was a good, honest, hut vision
wry and impracticable man. Professing
to believe in no God, he yet lived an though
the eye of God waa upon him.
Subject to Doviit. Mr. Mghthall,
Snprvifor of Lo Royt who has made get
ting cut hoop-t'tufT his business for years
both in this ritato and in New York, dis
credits the statement of the Clinton man,
that he made 8175 00 in ono month at
that work. He Bays that (5,00 per thou
fnd is a good price for black ash h9ops,
cn the stock, and that after paying for tho
timber, that will leave no such amount.
Is hereby given, that at the neit session of the
Board of Supervisors of the County ef Van Buren, i
in the State of Michigan, to beholden at the Court
House in the Villare of Faw Faw, on the first '
Wednesday in January, A. D. 1959, an applica
tion will be made to the said Board, by the under
signed Citisenj and freeholders of the townships of
Lawrence and Arlington in said county, to set off
and detaeh from the said township of Arlington
the South East fractional quarter and the South
East fraction of the South West fractional quarter
cf Section No. thirty -sib '136,) in Township No.
two, (2,) so nth of Hartpe fittecn," (15,) west, now
situated in and conftitutlngl part of the said
township of Arlington, and to attach the same to
the said township of Lawrence.
Dated this Cth day of November, 1858.
Cbaoin Burt, Arlington. John Barnard Lawrence
H. K. Nichols,
A. A. Holly, "
Henry Delong, " .
Wo. Dyckman, "
Wm. Dyckman iX
E.B. D- Hick "
H. r. NorthaW
A, T. Wallace,
Olven R Marks,
Howard S. Alloa?
Luther S Keen,
J. B, FotUr,
H, N. Fbelps,
Is herebygiven'that at the next session ef tho
Board of Supervisors of tho County of Van BurenJ
to commence on Wednesday, the fifth day of Jan-1
nary next ana to be held at the Court House in the
Village of Faw Pa win said Connty, application
will be made to said Board, petitioning them to al
ter the bound sry line between the township of Wa
verlyacd Lafayette in said County,' to as to set off
from the said township of Waverly all of fiction
No. thirty one, (31.) and No. thirty two, (32.) so
that, hereafter, the above rawed eeetinna shall tie
considered as a part of the township of Lafayette,
aad as eueb, ever remain.
Dated November 23th 1858.
EH P. Kmllli, Waverly. Julias Sheldon, Lafayette
Geo, W. Glidden,
James G. hheldoo,
Irlof Hulbert, "
Henry Martin, "
Jobs Moden, "
. L. H. Sheldon. M
Lot en Dunham, ("
Famnel Orr, "
C. Franeiwo, "
Isao SpauldiD?, "
R. J. Myert, "
D. P. Brown, "
O. II. Newcorab,
A. Bennett, '
O. D. Glidden,
Henry M. Fug ley
Jtft. B. Glidden
John Abrauis Jr.
H. W. Rhodes,
Wm, K. Butler,
6. n. Blackman
L. B. Sheldon,
V.rX Maiwfll wu,.
Sellick & Foote's Column-
MORE CHEAP GOODS
L,0 N G 13 It I G
RECEIVED THIS DAY.
7000 yards Best Shilling Prints
WHICn WILL EE SOLD
FOR ONLY 10 ots. per YARD.
The proprietors of this celebrated ami densely
thronged establishment hare, ia view of the in-
creased stringency cf the money market, deter-
Id prices vf Dry Good?, and will on and after
thi3 dato make the prices low enough to be within
the reach of every buyer. 36 dor. Men., Doys
and Children' llatu aud Cap
at j-ricen lYiui li ceuts to $8. Ladies' aud Gcut
.Shawls an almont eudles? Tarifty jtiit come to
hand, and Low Fricea must effect the tale of them.
100 dor.. Ladi9, Giuts and Children's Ruckikin
Gloves and Mitton. Kid Gloves in all the varied
mles. Fur GIotm - a superior article. Cashmere
Gloves for Ladies and Misses wear. Brown Sheet
iiig, cheater than ever at
SELLICK & FOdTE'S
Ladies Winter Drew Goo-1, ail kinds r.Jucel
25 per cent from regular prices, giving purckasors
tie advantagr of the market in th bight of the
J8TOP: STOP! stop:
8top n'h iing this paper, and proceed directly to
Scllirk A FooteV, and secure a pair of those nice
Calftkin Shoes for only One Dollar, a they are
disappearing with marvelous rapidity. Forty
do. Ladie? nnd Gent's Rubber and Fnr Oer -Shces
Low on hand som' ai low ai !0 tfnt. Da't
fail to e-?- our
Cotton and Wool Vara, School Slates and Station,
ery, if you wieh to buy at New York rr:cf.
GROCERIES & DRY GOODS,
Every week directly from eajleru markets con
stantly arriving. The above are but a limited
enumeration of the varied siyles and varieties of
Goods to be found in our stere at redued prices.
Go visit the Long Brick Store and avail yourself
of some of the Rich Goods now being daily dis
persed. Our motto, as pradtically carried on in
yueiness, will he
tDW PRICES. INDUSTRY&INTEBRITY.
We are particulary wel snpplitd with every kind
of goods adapted to the
And -will cflVr
indu?ots t-) buyen
vaUed in thVeit-fj
5RLLICK A rOOlE,
(Snrceesftrs to E. Smith JL
Taw Faw; November 25th, 183P.
;r-Ju'u i..kd and for lat thii .'t.in
S. jgjolmts -Go's (tolmnu
Juet Received, and Coming Weekly t
ORE AT CLOSINB OUT SALE FOR CASH
By S. HOLMES 1 CO.
BOOTS & SHOES,
(SHOr MADE AND WARRANTED,)
HATS Sc OAS,
GRKXT JiAlGAIXS FOR CASH,
Ry S. HOLMES A CO.
FALL AND WINTER SHAWLS,
LIGHGT AND PLAID DREZS SILKS
At Irai than Coatfoi Cash,
By S, HOLMES A CO.
BEST PRINTS IN TOWN
And a Good Variety of
Cheap fo Cash,
Fy P. HOLMES A Co.
Sheeting, Ticking, Ratting, Wicking,
futton Yarn, Stripes, Checks, Denims,
Cloths, Casnimeres, Hatinctfl, She ps'
Grey, Cotton and Wool Flannel,
Colop-daud While Cambric,
Hotiery, Shirts A Collars,
Lac Goods and Black Silk,
CHEAP FOR CASII,
By S. HOLMES A Co.
WOODEN PAILS, TUBS,
LMP AND LINSEED
RAKHEL& RAG SALT,
FLUID, COD FISH,
WHITE FISH, HALF BARRELS,
Cheapest in Town fo Cash,
By S. HOLMES A Co.
Cavendish and Cut Tobacco and
BEST FOUR SHILLING TEA IN TOWN,
By S. HOLMES A Co.
S. HOLMES & CO'S
(UP STAIRS,) WHERE OUR
J. B. DOWISTS,
(who is a irick ox a nr.)
Is constantly on hand to Cut and Make Garments
in the latest City Styles
AND WARRANTED TO PLEASE.
iffOar Clothing is nearly all our own make and
Mop.Hhop Clothing told ntCoat tor Cli, by
S. HOLMES fc CO.
.$mm ft Co's Column.
no ft ft nn
FALL & WINTER GOODS
Now Oj-riiins at the Old Stand of
A. SHERMAN & CO.
Thereiit Syitsm aboliihel. N more "trust'
after the lit day of October, 1603, but
We will sell OoaIs from
TWEI5TT PER CENT.
Lower than now are, or ever have been sold in
Van Buren County. Now is the time to make your
purchases. We are enabled to offer the most
splendid, desirable and seasonable assortment of
Ready Hade Clothing,
PI ATS Sc CAPS,
HOOTS AND SHOES,
That have ever been offered in Western Michigan.
and every other style of Ladies Goods, which
are faahionable, durable, and cheap, will be found
in Sherman A Co's New and Mammoth
STOCK OF MERCHANDISE.
Our Goods aro jnst bought in New York, Hart
ford, and other cities of the East, nnder the present
financial pressure, and will be sold at prices unsur
passed by any establishment in the State. We
are jtearnest" and mean what we say, when we
reiterate. that we shall sell goods at from 15 to 10
per runt. lower than have ever beforo been pnr
chased in Paw Paw. We do not talk for eflf or
attempt to uga," or e "soft sold .r,,iVtit to
prcsert an nn.lorvl 8tvim";t of f.i4fc$ r.q yrot
will be convinced by calling at our eeunter and
pricing for yourselves. We havo connected with
oar Store a'-
Under the snperintendance of ene of tho best work
man in the country. Our
Is still ia operation, and turning out the best
work for villarge or country wear. All kinds cf
Merchantable Produce taken in exchange.
Cash Paid for Whoat
A. SHERMAN k
:BLOOd PDitiPiTii AiiD
J r. I.clnk't .'iiH.uitd ..(
AFTER YEARS OF STUDY AND EXFERI
MENT, Dr. Roback, the eminent Swedish
Fbysician, succeeded ' in producing a medicine
Irom twenly-three different species cf mountain
herbs of his native land, which acts directly upon
the causes of disease in the Hood, and by returing ,
the corrupted fouutain of life to a condition of
health and purity, expls disoase from the system,
wherever it may be located, or whatever may be
its character. Indigestion, nervous eomplanta,
epileptic and other fits, coughs, consumption in its
early stages, sore throat, Lroncbitin, fuvcr and
ague, antnma, low spirits, sexual incapacity, femiu
ino weakuvss, pricxliug of the ekiu, symptomatic
of paralysis, rheumatism, nenraigia, tumor, cancer,
diabetes, laeMtudn and debility, dianhea, and ail
jther disorders of tho orgaus of respiration, tt e liv
er, the kidneys, the stomach, the nerves, or the
muscular fiber, ar unerriiwly curod by thi. prepa
rstifn. It i to t'.ie rautori" mo;l.i or sod4 o dii-
vhs.t nn alkali is t an end; it neutralizes j
them with absolute certainty, whiio at the Mi'-'i i
time it regulates the secretions, removes olitruc- j
tlons from the bowels, creates app?'ite. rencwa !
bodily vigor, and regenerates every animal tunc- j
tlcn. Such is the nature, such are tho effects of
Dr. Roback's famous Scandinavian Blood Purifier,
which, if taken in conjunction with his Scandina
vian Blood FilU, will not only obliterate tho most
painful disease, but prevent their recurrence, And
lengthen life bevond the ordinary span. :
lu the SCANDINAVIAN VELETABLE'Blood
FILLS, Dr. Roback presents the result of twenty
years of cxpericnco, hard study and experiintifb as
to what a perfect pill should be. No one 'can
doubt their superiority after one tingle trial. Frico
of the Scandinavian lilood Purifier, ft per bottle,
or $j per half-dozen; Scandinaiviau Blood Fills,
25 cents per doien, or five or $1.
Fcrc, Miami Co., Ind., Aug. 4, 1857.
Dr. C. W. Roback. I have received so muhc
benefit from your Scandinavian Blood Purifier aud
Blood Fills, that I haae thought it my duty, and
it is no less my inclination, to give you a plain
statement of my case. I was for years afllcted
witn that baie cfal: comfort, and inefficiency in
busines, dyspepsia To recapitulate all the so
called remedies which I have used to rid myself of
tun disease, would indeed make a melancholy cat
alooge. I also consulted with the best physicians
I could hear of. I was induced to try your reme
dies through the pursuasions of a triend, and after
using them a few days was greatly benefitted, and
in a snort time, less than a month, I was entirely
and poriaantntly cured. I was also afflicted with
tho most violent nervous headache, which I sup-
posed was producod by my disordered stomach, for
when my dyspepsia left mo, my headache left with
it. I new feel better in every respect than I have
for ten years. Very truly yours,
JOHY S. DEMUTU.
From the Rer. Mr. McMullen, Pastor of Rob
ert's Chapel : Ikdukapolts, Oct. 5, 1857.
Dr. C. W. RoRAca- .Dear Sir: I Lav ul
your Blood Purifier fer a nervous affection, from
which I havo suffered much at times. While it is
pleasant to the taste, if certainly has a happy effect
upon the nerves. Please except my thanks for
your kind regards and acts, and believe rue.
Yours, J. W. T. McMULLEN.
Oincixs ati, Friday, Sept. 4, 1857.
Da. Roback Dear Sir: Having been afflicted
with neuralgia or rheumatism for th5 past yrar
and a half, and having seen your medicine, called
the Scandinavian Blood Purifier, Lighlv rccom
mended by gentlemen with whom I am acquanted,
I was induced to try it, but beforo I had u.cd va
rious other medicines. After using twe bMtlf, I
felt its enect very sensibly, anil upon using two
more, I found myself porfectly cured. You will
allew me, therefore, to congratulate you upon ma
king a discovery in medicine which is proving it
self to be a worker of such wonders in the di;naso
of the human family.
GEORGE S. BENNETT,
Local IJditr, Cincinnati Daily Enquirer.
lien Arena, fort. 2,1857.
Dr. C. W. Roback Dear Sir. Having been
trouolcd for several years with extreme debility
and weakness, so much so that I was unablo to
attend to my ordinary business at times, and hav
ing heard cf tho wonderful cures that your Scandi
navian Bloou purifier and Pills were effecting, I
ws iouuca vy a triend to try tnem.
1 navo leen using the Purifier for the last twelve
months, and find tho medicine fully equal to its
recommendations. So valuable is its use to me that
I cannot now dispense with the use of it at my ad
vanced age of life Hoventy-scven years.
l cneeriuny give this information for the benefit
of those singularly afflictsd.
Tho abovo certificates and many others, ran be
eecn at ray office by any one at any time. Get ono
oi my rurany Almanacs, gratis, rrom my agents.
Manufactory, Sales-rooms and OfliccNo. G East
Fourth street, 3d building frpm Main Hrcet, Ciu
Sold by S. C. GRIMES A Co., Paw Paw, Untvr
& Lockwoop, - Lawrence, and by Druggists and
Merchants generally. ' 157. "i
For Keeping the County Poor.
RESOLVED by tho Board ef Supervisors, hat
Superintendents of the Poor of this County,
receive sealed proposals, untfi the nrst day of Jan
uary nelt,,fox.tue keeping of tho County Poor, at
one placo in said County, at a stated price pr
head per week ; and that in inch case, they be in
structed to awHrd sncli contract to the lowejt re
sponsible bidder, who shall, in their judgment, be
a proper pcrno&to havo tho charge of the same
and wlntUl treal them with humanity, and for
ith wholesome food. And also, that
they btfintttructod to employ o well riualified I'hy
siciaD,at a certain price per year, the coutract to
bo also aVardod to the lowot bid Jt r: and that they
cause a notice of the same to be published for four
successive weeks in ono of the papers of the County.
Superintendents of Poor may be addressed at
Ta Paw. S. T. CONWAY, Clerk.
(A i.Mo ropv.)
October IStb, IS:?. 160w4
ALL persona indebted to the subscriber, are
hereby requested to call at bis cabinet shop,
in Paw Paw, and settle w ithut delav, and save
cots. .TARED PALMER,
aw Taw, Mich., Nov. 2Cth, 1$:8. ISO
LAKD.UUTTI'.R and FLOUR
for sale bv
S. i F.
t)ORK and WHITE TISH
-L for sale by
CLOVER and T I M OT iFYS E E I
for sale by
S. A F.
S. A F.
9?:COnnr4 of masoned WOOD, winted at
w'J the Noamvatit Crric.
ry JONES would respectfully i otify all persons
Lk having unsettled Accounts or notes past due in
his pose!eion that ho must have the tamo arranged
fntbwith or r MM jui frm rollectirn by law.
HAS PROVED A
But.twklng advantage, cf the first mssse cor-vey!,
w. :r,. kawkins
Ha Just returned from the city with alalla&d
cwnipleU asaoit ncutof
Hew Goods !
Which he will cell cheaper than waa ever sold La
this market 1
lie won't be Undersold I
Tho thing can't be did!
He pays co Rents, " Paddles his own Canoe," Buys
far Cash and
Sells for "Ready Pay."
If you want the largest Tile of Goods for tie
8m nl lift fium oj" Money,
CALL ON W. It. HAWKINS,
Who will always be ou hand at the Old St&nd.
TERMS READY PAY.
Faw Paw, Nov. 6tb. KJ5. 174tf
V mfZm'mm-m Zr2fZZ'm Z'ZMh
V fit J?bTi' Cntttrh n-A Ct ntiwlnn Y
m r -. iii
S V RU-P . $
TVTO rtottle of Fyrup nirf 'I Mrs. E. D. Fifr, Bsmatu.
Ohio. f a coukU aud faia In her 'de of three yeart'
Od l.ottle cured the wife of C. Zimroermarv, Tjhx.
OominUtloncr ef ft-nec countv. Ohio, cf k cou:h Kiui
peln to ber ti le and Krrant of three years' standma.
8ts Ixittles currl Mr. Jolin Hourk, VVnlfcwk town
ship, of acoufrh. with trvere pais In her side and bra
of two km' tamtinjr.
Pour hottles cured Mrt. O. W. leialer. Pert 8nv
Ohio, of a cotgli. pin in her i!e and brexit. and fr f
ral debUity, of fnur ycara itaadinif. She had been to
iler th care of flv phynicUiu, all of whom pronMiasi
hr cae incurable. 4'
Two bottlei curd Mr. Small, ef Fftrt Tlalk OhtA,f a
eoujrti of twenty yarV standing. She took It wku
cbi'd. dirtily after harlria- had the mcatdes.
fire hotuee cured a young la t In t!ie family ui Mr
John Millar. Kdn township. Beu?a Co., O.. of a rotal
and pVpi'i'ion of the heart, of about a year' itatwla
Vhc wm apparently upon the verxo of the Rrav. lUf
phvilcinn and friend expected -he would toa die,
he wa at one time uppoied to be dead. .'. " ' - '
Three bottles curvd Mrs. El ibeth CHrapbe'.l, an
Idy of seventy yenrt of aa". Siexico. Ohio, of a covgU
lth which he had ttftj suAtuik several yearn.
Three bottlAi curM C. L. Johnon. Esq.. Cash.errf tH
Feneca County Li .-ink. or a couxh nnd iteneral drr-ii!ty cf
several monthn' rtandinic. wh it was feared wvurJ
tenninate In conurnptloo.
One bottle cured O. K. tYatrfon. Member r,f C;r.sr.
from Oito. He wrote frora WashinKton Olty t Mi fam
ily id Ohio: " S-nd me by cxprtmone rottl of fit. Jcn'i
Couxh anj Consumption Hyrup. which I want fu a
frieM. The bottle I obtained the day I left horru. cu J
my very aevere cold, and also cured a friend."
On Urf i bottle reitorcd to excellent health, a 1uri
ler f M. Hhaffrr. uq., of Bacom. O. 8he wat afflict
with a ver? levere cough aai paiu Lu her side aooot '
Four larae bott'.es cure-l Mr. J. EhafTer. near Oreer..
eaalle. Pa . of a difasc of three years' itandtiijr. vhk i
prevented Mm from doing hard work. One phyak'an
doctored htm for dyrpepla. and anothr tot consume
tion without affording any relief.
"Bt. John's Cough and Comurnptlon SyrB." says the
Sandu.ky Democrat. " hi an eicelient rerandy fnrcoogbe
aod eoUl : in faet, we do not know its eqaiL Numerous
cumi have come under our observation. In which the
patient, apparently uniting enter eoniumpuoo. baa
Loen restored to health by iu ue. We have used it Witn
great sircceii In ojr own ftTuily.,,
Six bottle curel Dr, HtofTer. retpeetahU oil schottt
phylrlan. of Orrjfai. Ohio- tie wn ioat monthi eon
ha4 to hi bed yith a 4!eae of the lanrt. Sewn
phytlclans vinted hira, and agreed in the beltof that h
coald avit recover. ;
ConnectiratMr. Edward H. K&ylor. New ntvc,
Oonnenticet, wrote Doc. ii. IS.: "fiavinf travsi'd
through a great portion of the Weiteru couutry, I U-.
came acr'niea witn your popuur Cougi- and tV'i.
ion Rjrup, wnico i bo Terr eiteosrrKiy uea lb
etrn world. I wiih to know If ou hare '(ae
rvney m new-1 ora uiiy ; u you Ha ve, pleai inior?
It return malt, who i your a if en t, and wher. a I i
lome for myaHf and friends, who an u7rng wito.
cougrn and roldi If youewive no agency In New-Tork,
1 ihall sen t the money to you fir a case, I'leae Inform
iim vlit will lth'nrn of thr-m-ten hot- '
tie, delivered In Nhw-r-rk City. Mr'fctii'.niM Is rail
rondlt.R on the New-Vork and New liaven lUilrnH.J. 1
thiuk your 8yrup the greatest articl in the world f;r
rough and cold. My wUu nays ahc knowa It iavd he t
Wi m-e In Mlchignn, and ia t she din't wast to be wiU-
0 h It'.u the houfe."
' loWa.Mr. H. Tjro.-.kr. a well-known weItJiy cW
ni of Newton, Iowa, laid to the proprietor of Jt. Johu'i
Ooiiah kud Comuuipuvc Svru : I wish ycj would e
tahlmh an xr ncy h our place frr the ale of your I'yror'.
1 eon'.der it Kr-tly mivvrior to any preparation in the
wi rl l fir ini!ar purpte. It hai ojved uiy life asl
r-it-irod ne to loumi and rohuit tiealth. when I wa if
far gon with cnsnmptioa a to be conildf red teynnd
the nach o- tneilirine. If you rton't etabllph an arrcy
In our place, I will carry bark with me a supply f r my
(wlf arvl several of ray friend. You majt nt s-nd 1-m
than a gr of ilte large bottles. I eoald sell l.'iat quan
Illinois M-wra. Wailaras A A Jams, of Hunt.'. U .
wrot. April t, K: "ttend u a utply of your C-ugh
aod Consumption Hyrup. We areeutirely out. ItUce
llered by thoe who have uitd it a the very best
VMixti meiirlne now in U"e.H
Mr. Jotm Larand. Eden Township. Senec Co.. O., wji
rurM of a cough of ten yer' sUndiug by th? of St.
Jwha's 0uih and Coauaiption tfyrtip.
New-York. -I was troubled with a very severe cijh
aod coi.1. and was so h iarae as to i-e unable to spraa
aNe my breath. 1 made u.- of xt veral scia'.l botlka
of I. L. tt. Jthn't Ci-ugli and Conmnpiion yrup. an1
was on relieved. lu cone7Unce of the Kpc dy relief
aJ rdeI iu roy own cxe. nd tie general hlahcliara-t-r
of IM oedi-fie. I tke p'etiare 1h rfwmKln it a
an article of great value. K. AYKU,
!T?i3 Pearl itreet, H. V.
Sold hy all Medicine Dealers wh- wit! furnish ft,
Johu' A'raantrs gra'i. I. U. ."t. J .lin A Co.. TiAa
City, O., General Agont- for the Western t'utn.
For rale by P. C. Grimes t Co., Kilbi'h.v
ni'Dsov, Paw Paw L. Cutsr, O. P. Smith A
Bniv"!' . La r n.
Uoastitui.tivtst not despair I
CONSUMPTION jXsr-An old Indian Doctor
UN ll AS BRANT, while a Mis
Ct'RED. sionary among the Indians of
the Roekv Mountains, discovered
a RARE PLANT, that proves to
CONSUMPTION bo a certain euro for Coniump-'
tion, Droncbitif, Arthma, Liver
t'RED. ctipltint, Nervous Affections,
ought , olds, 1c. Having now
made bis fortune and retired from
CONSUMPTION business, ho will send thc
scriptiou t.nd directions forroei
CURED. icines FREE OF HARtJE t
all who desire it, and will send
to hi.i a?'nt, eucloeinp 2 stamps
CONSUMPTION (fi cents.) to pay the returned
letter, with a dtscriptien of their
CURED. symptoms. The old Doe
tor hnt cured more than 3000
CASES OF CONSUMPTION
CONSUMPTION alone, and bop-i all sfficte t
people will tvail themselves ef
CURED. this tpportunity, as tb Doct'l
wishes V do a'l the ocd be can
before he d!?. Addres til lev.
CONSUMPTION tcrs to DANIEL A DEP.
L x r:r.l P.. O.. New York,
CURED. Who h hi.i wle ftr-.ent. l$ly.
riHE Fartnerkhip hcrgtofcre exisiiug, betwrn
I tho nndersigr'ed under the nsme and frm t-f
rattllnd A Mathfr, is tLis day difolrrd !y mu
tual consent. Either pnrty i duly aatLsriM-t
to settle tho business of the lato firm. A. V. Iaut
lind remains pole pr nri tor of tb Paw Taw Ex
chArre! . A. V. PANTLIND.
8AMUEL G. MATHS R.
Datl NoYcmU'rSth. 1SS.
ALL Persjns having cnsettlcd account i ritk
Jones A Copper ere hereby notified that tie
tamo mr ft be itnnieUaty adjastfd, or stepl will
be laken to collcet tbh by legal measures. All ar
requested to call and stt'le irtmediately nnd tbert
eT saveco?t. r T0NE.:3 A CONOER.
Taw Paw, An,rit th, UW. 174-tf.
lYUchifjan Central' Railroad.
Passenger Tiains goin esst, leavo Lawfn,
(Taw Taw station,) at P.M.; and 1.45, A.M.
Trains finr tf'. l'ive ' 14 lf-,r r.
'vt r. 17th, iv.
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