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REPUBLICAN -rvrtT TVZ9VAX MORNING BT 0 4tt.CHWW"CAt,0"B"riD 0Lfc" BBADDS9KI. -tfSOFSCBSCRIPTIOS: jsWpy.i .0 one add"", r''r.-ilities of this establishment ar "ie, of AdrcrliliiB. . l01ior,SI forth firat insertion, ana i0,i.abqu-iitl.abliction,fpny period I1- 1,TII. G01TH lVKB. i t' '- I H' . Id. 3"- :n II 1 a " . ... 9.. 15 Ii I t!arl? A'V.VrlUmMt hate t privilege of three rtrr v ratci apply "ifular n"1 ordinary AH other. h.rKedhy TifsOJ MorniDg tpril 19,159. I fanorinn T.rrirt livircr PAD laO"- ' """rV J c i. rVw.tt road, a mile ar.d a half from thin i"11 . ..... - o .;i... ..:..,! ft!Ttlotbi'"" iIV CO, " "", (vitrei Wpex' How of .'kicks. A far- rraiJin f-"'r ni'Ir! r01" L""'1''. io'rmed - it.it f.mr larce forest trees, which jjOBl'11. r.- .ji nood in fin ,,r ""'" were ,,,,,wn down .Thursday night. the fia-t Ming upon the sec lfWJso on, llkcarowof bricks, .!. up by ... bS to knock each other clown. i.dy Ai'Hii.. ''A (Jxl March fif is taltl f Kobeit South", the pt, michandv Ajii a " art' now having Ikm poetry, Iir-fl." and Th recollection rf w middle r""'1 person, 'IVraVa a f.-l!..A ! . it." cd upon cot suiting with "th- oldest ind.abitant" Jf find that his recollection i "orroliorati vc. It jaeertain sign that money is easy in tin clouds V then the Clerk of I In weather can "raie the m'nd" with puch Ion hi- iinlivi-lunl name. i Grover IIakkr's St:vi(; M iiink. f JJr. WnhO-gondhy, thf trv. l:ii ii-i t t .f these ' wLlratt'd iiiJtfliiin'fl, is now lit the I.at.s-n Hmi'-i, , there be iH In li.iy n-. t tinf vh. w i-h iee them in ojierati.ti. It i u.-li-- t.i say Ktthing in cotniin'iidiit'on of t!i-sr liirhiin-j, Jortheir falue fc" well known by :ttl. (nit a tumberof them are now in n' imhis city,;i. 1 ive perfect fati?f.K.ton. We ;vJvi tii" l.nli" of I.an lisgtocallon Mr. O. and ex ui.ine this rnnriii ie fur bm'!res. Hi- ol'iee hours ar from VI-A. ir.M. irui Sxow. Tw;!ve inl- of i.n-.v f'l! in S. Paul, Min., on the lt mst. RrriKED. 15. drat llrownlia-? retired from the ftirial d'-parttiuMit ol the Mi:jri lltntfftl . Fi'tPiKE Peak. Aiiothvr party of ix, l ft Mroit for Tikes' Peak on Wednesday. ?rcit a Wim. lliw it di 1 bio on Thursd.iv kjt, and how in did pour on Wednesday night. Free Cura-it. A ! rimn h U organized in Xew York. THE Pf rSBTTFRT OF DETROIT. This Ru-i. toll body were lien in sesion last week. A IB a ST. This ancient city has overthrown Locofucoisin, on Wednoalty, horse, f.xf, ami drxjoons. Fivalr EiTRRrtusE. Two girls passed thro' Providence, III., a few days since on their way to file's Teak with an ox team. Ciiajgr or Kami. The Un'n is to become at UoHttHttn. It has loni; Im-cii its mism- lerpreter. Cacss. The Jackson r.ttri-t says that Che sey was removed from the Jackson Post Otrice, because ho did not pay the drafts of Government. FlC PC JolR. The Republicans of Washiit too a few davs since fired one hundred guns over tb recent elections at the North and West. The Notk or PR.rARATioi. The N. Y. Trl j iun is) urging powerful speakers, such as Sena 1 tort Wilson, Kcssenden, Trumbull and Wad., Ac., i to make a stump tour in Minnesota. Pat Posf. For.. The hundred days, not of Xipoleon, lut of the New York Legislature in which they can receive pay, is up, and a speedy rejournment is lookt d for. Turn asant. Hon. A. II. Stowtll, a l.ooofo to member of the State Senate, from Detroit of 1S53, was last week, on Thursday, convicted of fcrgrry in Macomb county. Obligatiox. We are under great obligations j to Hon. D. C. Leach, M. C, for hi attention to I our wants in the Document line, and not less so, 1 fort liberal supply, very opportune, of Patent j 0c Garden Seeds. Focjd at Last. A Locofocu exchange Las vered the reason of their miserable defeat Ai Spring the I.ocofoeos are all gone to Tike's Peak, but are coming back with gold enough to eat os in iSfA Thi LIravt Roots or tub Teriow. James, describirg the costume of heroes, inevitably les thetn the "heavy boots of the period." T- other punctuation family, doubtless go slip itod. Gou. The Star in the Wet, from Aspinwall, "eftdRtXew York on Wednesday evening, "iBg the mails of the J. L. Stephens from Sttiwcisco, March D brought $I,loi'.iHo in P'i News not important. Poucr Chajc.e ix New York. Governor a Wednesd.iT last, nominated Ex-Judge lcbeirUhotffer and Isaac II. Railey, of this Qt7, for Police commissioners, in place of Gen. 57 ad Mr. Ward. fc-iTT Law ix New York. The Registry is Rgreed upon by the Senate, pacd that 7 on Wednesday hy a vote of 1 to 13. As a MI Joes not differ" from the one adopted by Assembly, there is a fair prospect that the Cwbouy wiaconcur "It T U will le recollected by the Iinsing jkcos, who lost some four hundred dollars st Fall' election in betting on Fret Pret jJt,'' that such is not the safest mode of Cheboygan will gire, prolvablv, 73 majoritv, trari U'if thty ot tick,ts- Manittiu tuf'V5: ,f llle Rteamboat Mitton reacht d he left here on the id." the steamer Michigan loaded with Loco- M.n'0t'r,? Anw triclt f"r Admiral Oliver, "Jt ?Slf wd'Kndin- of every de, Srf,,r.J5 In connection with the Vocal Hoors. Two hdie coming into a lec ture toom in Rochester, very cold, stood over the register until their eteel Loop became Lot, sat down and screamed, dirn:ii!Y and simrlu-neou-!v. Hiftii WaTF.a North. The Midland SonCnrt says: Last -aso:i, in the month of June, the Tittabawasai was flded from two to three fe-t higher than the oldest settlers ha 1 ever before witnessed, and this sr,.i:l? ix raised several inches more than then. Mklasciioly Accident. On Thursday the 7th inst., a John Small, a s. am.in on board the SeLootier L'h;f,!t was in the act of uking in the mails;!, he became entangled in the fail and wa throw m overboard, and was drowned, says the Port Huron 1'rt. IksHNLLL Kor.M GriLTr. Uu-hneU wxs found guilty in tlio 1". S. District Court of rescu ing the negro John at Oberlin. Sent'-oc4 not pronounced. This in the first of the Oberlin rescue indictments rie.l. This trial took pla. at Cleveland, (. Saltv. Tiie aggregate of Fait manufactured in the I'nited States, during the year 18.",$, was 1 miOii. NVw York manufactured 7,'1. ii'nt, Oiiio l.OimiOO, Virginia 2,(ui,it(.t and P.-nn.-ylvat.ia 1mvhm. The consumption f,f salt i-i this country i.s estimated at sixty pounds pt-r Lend of the population. AiRict I.TCRAL Coli.k;k. R. F. Johnstone, f'.-l., editor f)f the Jliriioan J-'urinT, lias bcti tt-nden-d the appointment of C.eneral Superinten dent of the State Agricultural College. The dn ti of this olliee we understand to be that of a practical farm Superintendent. Salary -iJ wit ?i a house. Kkpi iii.tr.tN Cfci.KisR t rios in VASiiii.rv Th- IJeriubliearn of W:t-hi;ijr'"n Titv a!d vii:ii tv c..lebra?ed J.f!.-?s1.i'-!.ir,id,iy with great -j.irit yt ptcrday. Fraru-is I. : iir pre-i 1 :d and I.iuiel f. ;.oiIee .1 -liver, d t!. ..ratioti. T!ie h f.d writing on the wall begins to 1e d'se..nii!ile through the mists which too long env. -loped the Capitol. ItATfl I' Row THE i U.K. u Wednesday mor ning in Detroit, about Lalfpa-t elg'-if o'.-hic!,, while Mr. Iadore Heghein was pas-iiig down Randolph street on (.xit, he was mhiii alter pa sing the corner of Crogan .treet, struck by the nof of the cupola of the German I'nited Piotes taut Church, and fo severely injured tliat he died. r:S.SVLVMA IKMo R( Y. The Aliti-I'- roni.toit rK.mocr.'i's of Pennsylvania hel.laState Convention at Harri-burcr, on Wcdriesdiy. It whs fu!!y and strongly attended. John Hickman tc.ade the opening seech, which was pointedly :t:iii-Iiuchauan anil anti-subinission to the eon s;iilv inereasirig exaction of the Slave Oligar chy. This Convention will do good in other fr' Sratesas well as in Pennsylvania. Srtn r ok John Jcixct Ahaw. The D s t.i;i 7";vr,' r, says it h is been proposed, and the prop i-ition meets with favor arnotig pro'iiiuent me!:i;ei s o' the legislature, to appropriate ?1', oim f.oni t;e Sf-ite treasury for the pnvuretnent of a stitute .t the " old man eloquent,"' t' be placed within th.j State House ground. When tbcv put. Ad mis into stone, they should immor talize Cal. I I'li-hiti.? in brass. A iiooo ArcoiMMKNT. Hon. E. Rckwood Hoar, of Concord, Ma-- achusetts, has b-en con firmed lv bnv, Ranks a Associate Judge on the I nch of the Supreme Judicial Court, in place Of Judge Th"lil:! re.-'glied. Judge Hoar formerly .-at in the Common Pleas, which he left for th mo-t lucrative practice in New England. lie i a noble specimen of a mt;i, a jurist and a freeman. Oit, Pkar, How Cii aritaiii. we are all at Once. n Monday evening say the ?..iier, as the Republicatis wereccle'ua'iug th.-lr victory in Hastings, by burning a few pounds ot powder the cannon; a defeated hwofoco candidate sid they had better spend their money for the benefit of the poor." So they do Mr. Loeofoeo. They spend it for the benefit of the poor tin; oppressed the en slaved. Crr AM Lip. Three weeks ngo, letter writers at Washington informed the public that a Cabinet meeting had solemnly determined (with the t.o. leinnily doub.les of a community owls) that the Administration members of the next House wo'd lie enough to organize it. This grand feat gas to In' done by gaining one member in Maine, one in New Hampshire, electing three in Connecticut, aided by what few of weak faith, now elected. that could be picked tip by promise of prefer ment. It looks dark for an Administration Spea ker. Prttt Sorn. Gov. Morgan give, among others, the following sound reason for refusing to pardon, or to commute the sentence of Mrs. Har- turg : "If, therefore, Mrs. Hartting is guiltv of t! crime of poisoning her husband, 1 cannot recon cile it to tiiv ideas of dutv to sue her from the penalty of the law imposed upon her crime. Thejury have by their verdict cinsciention;v arrived at, as I believe declared that she is guil ty of this ciinie, and the Judge, whose fairiic- an l numanttv are a'ltnitteii, savs tnat "tin' ver dict was clearly warranted by the tetinionv.' After a careful examination and consideration of the evidence and ot her own statement, I am un able to say, that had I been one of the jury. I could have orrived a ditVerent conclusion. I be lieve her to be guilty ot the deliberate murder of her husband by poion:ng." Sc-orchinc. If a worn out political hack a mercenary venal sycophant could feel, we should like to Lave the Loeofoeo apologists of the Ty ler sentence, rea l the following note from the bereaved and indignant widow of Jones tin mur dered man, whose bltd is estimated ft one dollar ! Tj the F.litor o; the Ire.- Tre-s : Since the termination of thu trial and sentence of Wm. H. Tyler for the murder of my husband, in the United State District Court, I have deemed it proper to contradict the assertion frequently made and possibly believed, that I visited the jail to see Tyler soon alter his ar rest, and to sympathize with him. That i ct tirtly false. I went there to see what the person looked like, who could shoot down, in cold blood, an unoffending man, so that if 1 chanced in after life to meet him, I might know the murderer tf my husband. And all other stories about the matter are also fabrication. And as tht sentence of the murd rer, 1 could Lave much to say, but I know that your space will not permit it. Nor will 1 trouble you with any re ply to those who attempt to prove that the Court have done their duty. 1 a:u willing that the reader houM judge tor himself whether Tyler has got Lis just punishment or not. Rut the testimony as to the character of Capt. Jones, which appeared in the public prints, de signed to cast an imputation on his character, after hi dentil, i shameful in the extreme, es pecially as the whole was a tissue ot falsehood, as can be eai!y proved by many who knew- him well. He was always a kind and affectionate husband. This is the 1e-t evidence require that the charges made by the defense during the trial, were untrue, and intended only to palliate Tyler's offense. 1 am now willing to leave the murderer to the stings of Lis own conscience and the judgment yet to come. Elles II. Josis. Detroit, April S, IS5D. A gentleman wb has rece.it'v returned from '"eets " ith eufacierit encouragerui. r.t, to c England, relates an auecdatc of Mr. Spur--or. n.ei.cc irnmediatelv a coe.re of kstructi.:-- i that is to,) good to be lost. The great preaVr.-r ti,0 c;tr t.f LunsiuV, on the riuo Fvrte, M-li-had for hia ttem.-one dav the power of Lidivii-L ., , i ; .i v " ': u:il, personal t !r.,rt, and i illustrate i: be told a i l'tar BjnS!D- Alrt' t:ioru?h story of a " Yar.k-e," Mr. Spurgeoa called a! '1 hiTm'J1)7- for particulars enquire Ht the him. w ho boated that he could whip the entire ' printing office. r.ngiirti nation ni-n :!. And how could he do j it ? said a by-tar.der. " Why, fe aid the Yankee, j l wouM taKe one hngiishman at a time; I would whip him, and I then I would uke ano ther, and so I would go along until I had whip pen the entire ration." At the close of the ser mon, Mr. Spurgeon, the relator of the anecdote, and several friends, retired into a vts ry. Soon after there came a tall, lean-faced, solemn looking mm, who ha led from the State of Maine. He presented to Mr. Spurgeon a letter of introduc tion, and was w elcomed by the preacher. Soon Mr. Spurg-on addressed the rew corner by say ing: "Well, my American friend, how do yu like my illustration of individual power drawn from your countryman h," said the uiem ber from the Pine Tree Sta'e, " I waj pleased wi'1: it because it was so true,'' and this was said with the utmot solemnity of tone and gravity of manner. "So true, so true," -aid Mr. S ; "what d you mean, sir " I knew a Yankee that did th it once,"' w;ia the reply." " Am! what was his n.iti:"?" Mr. Spurgeon aked to which the Yan k'e answered, "The name, sir, was George Washington ; perhaps you have heard of him." Mr. Spurgeon was dumb for a moment. He then joined in a hearty laujrh, and allowed that " the l aiikc-e was too much for him. Jiifi.n J-nr Ri'Euw Co'.onosckkl Catsas. The Grand Rapi Is llnll knows a thing or tro it says : "While upon a visit to Detroit, a we. k or so before the election, we tink occasion to erquire of a number of Democrats as to the chances of Gov. IVloh in vat ions portions of the Sta'e. Jt ir p- ared to be the general impression, that the Republican majority would be largely decreased and that Wayne county, and Detroit in partic ular, would evidence what Democrats could and uoulldo. In return, we gave our opinion as fallows: That Kent county was usually warmly cor.vsted. and such would be the case at u.' election. That in the city both pa-tva appeared tii -ire listlegs than was usually the tvse ; but in t'ie country the excitement was pretty well up. That the Republican majority would .ro'jably te .tlweit the same as usual ; and that J,d.. Martin would run ahead of his ticket. The res ;!t ii.i ; coniirmedour imjiressiiuis as to Kent county. What Detroit has done is well known to our rea ders." A Sickle 4 Case ix Maimsov. We learn from a gentleman from Madison, Ind., that the inhab itants of that city were thrown into a state of excitement by a lament ibh; affair occurring on Saturday night Ia-t. It appears that for some time past a citizen engaged in the saddlery busi ness has entertained suspicions of the virtue of his wife, and resolved to satisfy himself it! regard to the matter. According, ou Saturday last, lie informed his family that lie should leave in the evening for Cincinnati. About'.' o'clock, Low ever, lie returned unexpectedly to his home, and found l is worst feur realized. A neighbor of Irs, oho -o t"se,Ml of ci.n-;,h ritl.lo means, was the intruder. Th. injured husband found the guilty couple in b-n, and without an instant's dej.iy, he drew a revolver io:d shot th.- seducer dead. He then left the Louse, at..! gave him self up to the authorities. ''im-i:, ,.:: Tun', AfT.l 11. Av r.NFXi'ECTEO FoP.Tl E Several years i-ince, Jose Martinez, "the son of ji c.r t.ut hon est parents," left his native city, liuono Ay re, and came to Boston to seek hi f.e tune. Not fie d;ng tin? article sought fir, he bound hiiu-elf" ;in aptuentice to learn the art of saihiiakms. and soon became a good workman, making : the same timeot all witli whom !.e lu I :ejuaii' tance. Thus he worked along cheer full v several vears, earning a good jiving. .A u-w wciks smce he received a letter from Ruenos Ayres, inform ing him that a rich relative had bequeathed him monev and estates worth two or three hundred thousand dollars, and urging bis immediate re turn. Prompt to the call of dutv what an Agreeable dutv be sails this day in the bark Em ily Wilder, Capt. Swift, for Ruenos Ayres. Lo tn TravtlU, April 5. Pork now Mrcrt to tits RrsatL or Cons. J. R. Cross of Eat Highgate, Vt., paid l,ij' for a pig, 1 4th Suffolk to three-fourths native, of 7 pounds weight, April lo, 1 Si ; fed on mil and clopar.il It. 12 bushels of corn meal, made into pudding, until Dec. f and then killed, and weigh ed 3'J6 pounds of pork. He says : "The question t not answered, from tne fact tha I fed some milk.but I have cotne to the con- chliion I got ab.mt ti"2 pounds of pork for everv bultel of corn fed. This I think i us much pork as a bushel of corn will make, unless there should be a difference in the breed of hogs. Some think there is, but I have been inclined to think the difference is in feeding." X. Y. Tri'tuv. (!t s. Jackson's Goi.n Sxfif Ro. A private letter from Nashville informs us that Col. Andrew Jackson, having been et'.l'.ed away to his planta tion very suddenly to attend to import a:. t busi ness affairs, as well as to bring his family to "Tht Hermitage," has been compelled to deferthe for imil ire''Nt,iti''U of the gold box recently awar ded by him to Gen. Ward R. Rurnett, under the vote of the New York Regiment, until Gen. Run nett, who is Surveyor-General, can go to Kansas and Nebraska to place his deputies in the field, an 1 return to Nashville to meet i !. Jackson. .V. i ' (7 o- h'fju-.rtr, April 1. lilSCTF. of A Ml Kt-Ettl R FROW J.4II.. On Tuesday night last, while the jailor ot the Ross county jail, .n Chillicothe, (Oriio,) was in atten dance at a we lding, le.ing only a servant gtrl to guard tlie building, a man wearing a mask en tered it and pointed a pistol at h.-r bi east and demanded the key of the cell. The terrified girl delivered them t him, a .d he forthwith ptocecded to liberate Ca lwalladcr Wallace, who was awaiting his trial fir murder, and two other piio;ie, all of whom escaped. A Lic.nr Horse on thf Pemnsfla. An ap propriation of s.i.oo') was made by the late Con gress for building a Light Housj on th' Peninsu la of Grand Traverse Pay. H.ri. D. C. Lea -h, our Representative in Congress, i entitled to the thanks of every citizen of Grand Traverse, and all who navig-rte these waters, for bis earnest and suecostul efforts in getting an appropriation for so important a measure. (r.i'i. Tri"tr Ihr. o7. Accipent. George Kennedy, Mate on the vesel " George Thurston," met a sad accident yesterday, white taking on a cargo of lumber from the mill of Oaks Holland. His foot got caught in some shape, bending the foot so that his toes touched the calf of his leg breaking the bone twice. Ib wid undoubtedly lose his leg. '. Vhtir lirpuf-Vif-iu. April UUh, at the houe of S. R. Greene Esq., in La rising, by Rev. J. T. Avery, Mr. Leonard E. True, of Blackmail, Jackson county, to Miss M a rt L. OsBor.s. of Mas.n, Ingham county. Mid igan. S r K C l A L N OTIC K S Tt' LttF ! Tiik I.ke ! Tiit I.n:ii i it i a tt! -he ! t it-r. that t j !y ce ha.;' of "he vmt ps.tt oC f our pop atiep. a e M-id m ia the er; -yrrrnt 1 isv.; health, or t.. u loe.r . nr i- a on-r f ! we 1 They ar- 1 inj-ee-l, .i-v. ! i f !! ere'.-t, f ttt-ai-'y Dr vous, an-1 hate no a; e:-i-'. T- th . ci. f infh U the H- ti n !' lierrt n it 'ters 1 e i :-y re -.iatran de l. The r pecj.ia- t 11 c a-d inv ir.jra'.rj p-o;-tie tenJ-r the-.n iuralaal. e ; :-?! ct- Rfj? tus Tksth -nv F H Ont'or say V.-ytn tevn. Ft-. rt l.'t5 Si.ip r:- r. re.ot'y 1J d German Pit'o--. aed I i,cr yr-u n- m '.-- r- 'i I - .1 g-yes ucb jet-i beyotd a I p 1 i i-;"et,..n, the detiand f -r i: b t; t. 1' f r-" rre pV i.u'e te sVi , tndic: e s-ef.-t. ?y t a " ir p'-.y-i ans no ..' a" at it. hnt are e tit; e 1-J to acnt-ri- lj it ift-n :-3iiie, ar.d the ;re-r a- (.f :'.m hire lad raj nto mi yof sol ;'tlcnt t ay a-idet''r pre ;d.i.e -J pr-cr.1 t ia ih-ir p-ac :e- As fr .-;rfi f'.t G'r-H-.n Tie.' ".and 'as- r.-'h-rs else Ttiey are prej a e I by IV C M .'.r k--n, -il A'c' Street, I !:i'.a.'.!ph a. I'a , ard ar !! y druci-ts art : storekeeper in etery : wo aol yitiae :o the ln te SU', Canada-, Wet Itdie and South America, at 7C cents per ottie. Proclamation lo the l't'0t. THE POKTItTlIK PIIVIC. IIrrrlrk' Pills. Cl.an -'n; ire:t.r. icb as 'I i'a.i f -r ex?rc. tit cir. (.",!! ner t.-at D4r h)f t i.o--. A .uiirn c'bs i-f air. T'i'ii.-':) r-t'i tay a e n-'..-a;io 'ibj":t t a.l h'jaia i! -a may t,rav- th r. r.; t eVtai--. If veu um '.Lr Su.-.r IMS. Z'.":z. ! n'.w ar Tr.E- an.'. roSu-. Wlo but 'iav!t wrct.i m j a. F.nr ahinj. i rr rowl.n. Now h'n f"M iirJ- tt w.t.. -, They've co r-r ot .i,r'i ch.;i:, K-r thy tho- ! .ilth fv rviT". I!kkkh.-ks Sccak Gutkti 1;; ts. M " tUin lij.'v) ca-n cf J. h.iv y i-I ! i to t;.":r "ur;nj tti j-at 6v rr1. rnD" ! w'ui.-h l.jv tK-'a J r. ti i;incr 1 inPuraVf hv !istiorue-t r!iv '.-udv A-i (?('. 1 w-a:UT i- new af;r a?t n-. r -rr' en cVsn- th.r TTem witli a f. f t!.e I;!:s. No r.-stra nt in Ji-t in nec-rT wL: n:n; tl.-m i'n'l 1:. r-cr .tjn go with each tox. t.S"I HiT:i t'.o .'.oaVrt t!;Muj?...,:t th- w. Lii.ire b'i Cents. Se Aivr.inn'H n C ! a .. tS" R Kkrs.itt, of lftr"it, w.U t:n a- ..n th 11th, Fat.n HajM on the lth, Mon U.h at the Lan-in II-u-, I-ib-inr, no the llth .'.;it . ! tt month, to at tun 1 to tient a::!-t"l with r!n or hn.-erin' !;. SV .Uert:,n.eiit. .Mr-illcal lro f. The l,:,tory of FIM.tI.AM- tl:MAN nnH!.s," the r'.sl remarkali'.e M-d :ciu- !' tiie !ay. ati 1 the ma-.v cure. tl.at hTf Wri rf.rmvl with it in ca-es ef KP. OiMPL.INT, r'Ysl'FPlJ A. NKP.VOl'S I-FBiMTV. uni .is ari-li;; from i"inr.lere.l liT.-r or t'.inarh, j 'ce it awni the most atmis!ii: i!i-rvei tl.at l:a taheu .'.fe in the medical wnrl l. The lSea-s te n aich tln-se hitters are ar lirah'.e are hj unu-ual thai there ar but ;w .f our frienJs who may m.t tt their irtu in the r . n fiiiili s or circof ac'iua n'anes.an 1 j.reve to th"ir lein SHti-t'tetion that t!ir. S at iet .tte reme!.v atrt.-nr the nun Jv-rt:e. me li.-iiie.. .'-ervimr th" .i;li'ie e .rom.-ti'!att..a. It is a f.et that, in the mintsf ic.aiiy -r-.in, a j-rejuJi.-e ey!st a,titist what are r:ii. Int ent V-l;c n-s , nut why sh.ul-l lh. preterit ti.j rr-'et :rg t an article that has Kurh an airay of te-timmiy I--ufitinrt it a ll.sit!iiDi' l.eunan Hitter-' n.icmii irecrihe it, why ehouM yu ii".-r-l it ? Ju.lce uiia'.lv e. '0-i-h'TH.! men of ta'.ent, hare an.i.hi u-e it in the r own f. imille,. Why sIi.juM tin reject it? t'l.-T.-yni'-n n.i tho-e me-t eminent, take it ; why !i.hiM tint y i r li-t net your prejudice uiiiirp ram-reasan, to lh. ev.-r-li.tin- injury of jour health ; if you are sick on 1 r .nr. a leeiirine try tlie-e Hitters. Tie -' li tt.-rs are pi. pare.l an.l 'oM l.y !-. . ,; .!a, l. . .n. V. 4!s .ri-h Mreet, I'hil .!e'phu . Pa ,ai: ! lo f'r iir K.t an 1 -tureLepers in eyery t' an.l viil.n; in the I'li ie t Sintiw, '.ma. '.a, Went la-lies. Sinl SotitH Aaieriea, at T' r ir.s tir Net'e. S-nti.tthe n: Tif.ture .f ( . !. Jacon i- eo tlie wrapper of esi-h lntt. 4t:ii f'mir Loug-St MoUliitg I'aii t of F( vrr nml A(CU4 -tir-l nflir ilvlut; Ose;nol's lite) I mi liologoiue. t'rfn 1 r.:ir'.i'.l rijgi .', ; '.''r.i, ft. , 1 r. . W. (ovrs: I am wit ff your Aijue Syrup, sill vt'.-U "J w.'mM forward me a supp'y iiiiine.liate'y. It has tint 1 1-Tovel itself a treat r.-inely ia Fever an I .ue. I i. no n..t hear.l of it f.t.!.n in a itir.. in-tanr to eH.-ct 1 thoroiijh cure. I know !' ;..ur lonj s'aa.hn; c-." in hie 1 o,.K..r, In.lian Ch.ileji.ijae an I many other thin z wre ueil without breaking up the !i-e:te. Vour Aol'K SViil t" eiT.srte'l a speedy and permanent cure. Six :u-"itli oat now elapse.', since three of the r ii were ;i-i. Tne f .urth ease was in my on fimily. It m. . n n enthH' staodioiT. The Chohoeue iti l no ... r, it ,.iir medicine ellecte 1 a spee ly cure. W R 1'EMICK. '- t. R.vrT.v, T l'uhi-ki. ft , savi : '-Since the : to- o! your Al.l'E SYKL'I Income kcown, it has an r-.' il Chryties P.t'.-am, and all other Aue prepara 'ns. No unpleasant eiTects atn-n led its ne. The pa tieot raptdly acquires Ktrenijth, and i pmVtunt( rk. 4-v! J FiOKttK' FJitnrrf t' Sutk'Lty M-ruf. ( wi e "SrvtMT Mki:ci-rv," I'lnla jlliicUuii, l'V. Pear Put t A few meek since I was suffering under a severe eld, which, I ke old '-Mter lirip." nok complete p,-iw4ion f nry system, riekir; ltte ;th pa'ns in the joints, headache, s-ire throa, and a feel .nj of general languor and VH lity, a'.nn-t u nl.es rab'.e. fonsohnc my self with th reflection that it was only ! common co'd and would soon pa o:T, I took n. rem- ly f-r i? : hut i rapidly became w.,r?e. and I in c"rtp-F- ! t i iy s.-m elT irt to che-k its pr'V'e-s I ; 1 .-i .' '..re ! -.t .1 h .Mi of y .ur iliVuiiV I'or.tial. ai.d I ara happy to - iv that it iter's .-.e .ili.t.-t i::-,j.r..l . in lie !-' tene the j-rp ' wis !...i-eiie t, -M,; J.y ;,e en 1 f tiie .. -; I c. .aijiite'. , Ci.r.I. I shoal. 1 n 'inlie.it-ituf'y nr me:. 1 yoiirr....l:.i; t.i m'.I -itnil.itly aii! .-. ! Trii'y yours. ;::. v .iunf: I repre.; ..n'y ty It. i . M J.u-k.n, lis Are!, - tteet I li..a Tupli.a, in l .r t e l.y lruj;-ts Ml ! 'rire.e. pers throughout the i niie.i s . , ( - . , .,. jriw 7-, , per bottle. 4 a Jo IMPORTANT DISCOVERY. relief in tfn v;mtfs! ! BRYAN'S Pl'LMINARY WAFERS ARE unfailing it t'ne cure f Cofoiis. Cohns, ATiiva Rroncimtis, Sons TnRoT, Hoarseness, Diffi cn.T Rrf ATiitNO, Incipient Conscwption, ani Diseases of the Li nos. Thev h ive no t-iie of medicine, and any child will take them. Thou sand Lave been retored to health that had before despaired. Testimony given in hundred of ca-e. A single dose relieves in ten vinftk Ask f.r Rrvan's Pulmonic Wafers the ori- ginal atid only geniune is stamped "Rryan. Spurious kind are offered for sale. Twenty-five cents a box. Sold by dealers generally. .TOR MOSES, Sole Proprietor, Rochester, N. Y For sale by R. THAYER, k Co., Lansing. THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEjY. SIR JAMES CLARK'S 0!lrai'i I'onialo Pill. PR.OTF.CTKl jsVrj lWw. LETTFKS BY ROY A I. r ATENT P.F:.P.K! from a prerript;..n t.f S-r .times Clark M. H . P iy in Ft'ra invahia'.'.e Medic pa ntui an ! danj in the tit t! !it i f-:r.l n-titutton. I: m -l-ra'es J ee-s, retr.ive. it! hstruc'i rn ou t;ie tr. ..nth'.y per .l w-'fi regalanty. Plh slliiiil-l te ii -e, 5 tw.i or three areek preyjrei tinement; they tor'i'y the cons' t'iti .n. and !een tt sutteruiit aiirtci Ian r. enai.nn t'.e mo-'ir t' per'..rm her duties w tii safety to herself nd eh ! 1 Th" 'ih' jV.io'.J f.i 'n 'i f"-'i.i.'.. -lurii j FJKST TIIKF.K M'TUSr,f j;ru y. ar ',a" : 'o hriny i .V..(Ti-rt.?;.. f.'.t it' G'"i i'K-t ttior th-y nrr In i'l cases of Verrous nil Fi.'.n.i A'fectiors. -ie on Shrht Ft the Bickan l Iytp. Havin-ss, Kat j-ie tion, l'a'.( it.ttion of th" Hart, Iovne.s teries. Sick Headache. Whites, sn i ail Th 'f r-'pir.t. Hv paiiit-il d.se.es .ccasi,.re 1 by a disordered -y-iem. th Pais i; , cure a hen ail ot'e-r rte.an i:ave fni :. an-1 all h- u-h powerful remedy, do not c m'a Ti 'ten. i-aiom-l, are mor. or any other mineral. Fu'd hrer'i'-ns accompanrirj ereh packaj. Price. th t'nit-d State" ard Oina 'a. "ne Is. lar. int for tiie I'n-te-l Sa'-s a 1 1 ana la -t"H V.rF.-. .t-a- I. C P.tMwin X ' . Fe--hester. V. V. . i; One ;vi .ir an : p-.sta" -yrr;ps fuci.v.t to ant authorized Aent, wt!l-n-,ir a '..t'e. c.-na:ri:ri-!'' p bv retarn ma;'. Fer aie b R. That. T.a: sin-. ISOyl ALL ACOIIMC! EDGAR'S ESTA3LISHMENT IS IN FULL BLAST An airy, light. Di I Hard Room, with two Tables, both new and "First-Rate." A convenient ROVLIC. KALOOIV An orderlv, well suppliei suit ot EATING BOOMS, Whore will be found all the delicacies of the sea son, with a constaut supply of Fresh Oysters. An extor.sixe Grocery Establishment, with a rnorisiox store Stock. Confectionery, and other articles usually dealt in, in that line. The public are respectfully invited to call and examine for them?elve. 103 WJVi Trade has( 'ouuneiiced AT X(tEKiSOLL?S ! GOODS': All open. ml ,1 IN OSDEH! Our St"ck i mufh I.rir-r'T, a : i 1 m.n' AttrtiCtivt r.v.-rv W nv. t'i:iTi it :h ikoii fM'ri-r"bn-t'. o oiu-r iti"t ki?il of rfi"ls :t V rv Lu v Ince ! CALL EABIT5T. II. t;i'.lSSOI.I.. T O-ia & I'AVOJtrr.: 5tr'n: East and North West. ia.-Sr.i: BV. Z.tT' a Iftriit a ltd !iUvaL,krrk KnUvvsi. iltpeti to Lake Viehig'lll.' AM S.ritt h.ir-l'r"ur' F'l VMy of t'levl.tml," ( I hi.roii;iily relit'e 1 .'-i".r Sft i nrrx, nul t"l a-rlantl." ON AND AFTER MONDAY, April llth, 1S5'.', Passenger Trains wiil ruri follows: aoincr vVv't : t Itrid e.ilstiart. 4 ) c. i 1 li.-.'a n.-it. depart... en-oiilie, arrive. ho-o, do.. lu a- P. M JJ 1' 111', i. v. 1- lo S'.Jehn., do.. rand K.ip;d--, d i. . ;rand liaven.do. . r. or,; 4 4n! 2 r.s Li Milwaukee, nrr I 6 o VI :, 1 ' 'ii V Caoiiie Xaawt : j Mail Nittlil I Aeco iFxprViM'yed.l Fjre j I r. K I e. ,1 ukee, depart I. ...... I b "H I l'J t.ll i.rand Ilaren.. Jran I lt -..ils. :. 1 1 ' Tttid.f. arrive -Oesionellt. Holet It tt,!l '.Mte Mhwot i.t at I. rr tt.d Il.tei iilV t- r rl.t t,;,,-. i; iil ..r i r t i: o M tri T-s ! t- Tllr. Ie i.n.-t;-n mm: i- n..-- ts. ciiN"vr.,.Ti..- AT MTit'dr lire.t We-'em H a I ! n' F-t M'i-h'.r V. tcra! :o. 1 M "'- '. Cl.-i.-l -in 1 ! oe or St, iioet. Alt. K 'lll IVKV-'V If tr .. .. V J.,- M MilAVAFliFl" Vt'.th the ! - -sr. I l,i : inip-rt ea jo. -i:ert.. n. an 1 I I--ri.-.n It t.i air i ei.r- V. e-t an-tN .it!. Ii.i", h:. ! w.'h S'ean t r P. r' ..n I ,. Mi Pi,s-.;,jr- ,t We .at M way h.-r'y HII.M, Nh.lir T lU- att o- Th- Cm ie .-In 'ton W. K. MI" Air!, I.". Jen'l S tp't. I'. - M. It. mice-. MK-riff- Salt'. PY VI R D of ami Tl'E of a w rit of exe'-lltiou issued iu 1 under the real of the Circuit t'ourt for the county of Ingham, and S'ate rf Michigan, to me dlrec'ed and deiivere 1, I have levied upon all tlie right, t tle and mtere-t of John Pohock, John P.. Decker, and Myron J. Pollock, in and to the following described lands a:.d tenement, to wit: the wet La'f of the north wet qutrter of section (2 twenty-eight ; also, th" eat half of i.e so'tth eat 'piaster d ction (2C) twenty nine ; also, the east halt .f the north ca; quar ter ot section (j'.'i twenty nine, ia township (:-i) three north .f rang ( 1 ) otie eat, in the county of Ingham and State of Michigan, which I -hall ex pose for sale at public vendue, at. the front door of the Court House, in the village of Mason, in the county of Ingham, and State of Michigan, on the ninth day of June, A. D. 1 s.'.o, at one o' clock P. M., tf -a'd dav. Dated. Mason, April 1 4th. 1 ..','.'. " E. RAKER, Sheriff. 2'iswfi Sheriff sale. I) Y virtue of a writ of execution i- !e i out of ) and tinder th- eU! of the Circuit Court for the county of Ir.ghatn. to me direc'cl and deliv ered. I have levied t;Mi:t all the riht. title and ir.tere-t ol : James II v :;es, in and to the follow. in.' .h-scribcl lands and t-tetr.ei,ta to i.t :i ;; i the w.-t half of south west quarter of section the w, t half of the north east quarter of sec Cl.'.i thirtv-six a'o the north ea' ouart-r tf tion f .'.i 1 thirty-three in towrish'p I") two nortl ,.. th ,.,; ,t.rt.,f , t i..e.i.... i -. , ii.-r.ft- 6-.. the north west rjuart-r f section (: i twtntv seven, town (2i two i.-rth of range 1 2 ) two cast, in the co-ir.rr of Inrham. at, I "tt.. of M'ch. ;-.n tsi t. t," I st.att ..r...a., o. t highest bidder, at the front door of the Court TT.vise in the vi!lt-..of Vasvr.n i .:. ,-,,,, of Ingtiam, on the ninth day cf J it e A. 1'.., at one o'clock ia the a'terr.oon. ED 1 KAKr.R, ."herin. Dated. Msu-on, April 14. Is5.'. A on which one crop of wheat 1 as ben rxi e I. Situate ;i mile w,.-st of Insingon th Bat tie Creek ro.id. Land tirst rite and well wver ed. Inquire at tv Au lltor G r eral's 4w2 A. C. WINTKR. .EW HOOK STORK! AlrM. M. CARR. 1 i moved Li stork one door y north of Pigley's Grocery, on Washington Avenue. I ..per, Mtgn!ne, Rooks andSution- ery. Call and exATuic before purchasing else- Tilkeit I'n. BV..S Y the subscriber, in th township of Locke, ham fountr Mich n Vomr a - red ox, rive veil - :.' !.-..A. ' .' I -Vs,l u Lr is re-iue-w-j w ppji e i.nitnfri i , . .i.. i.t1 a- ' .'-..-.VTi-ri-lIcn ges and uke hira awav. GE'.'RGE FISHER. Locke, March 1, 1 S201 j xoti-ti: to cotii actouk. HHE ur. K-v-re.l Co'iimisrioners cf the Port J- li ar . ., i'. ty C.ty aa.l L it. sing State Road, her t y give t..t.,v that they will let. at Ithaca, in Giath.i te.:.v, 0:i TLutsdtv, the T2th d.v ot May. A. D. 'v ... ;it lo Vl ck. A. M.. all thr.t portion of -a; i n-aj laving Vetet.n the south line ft .. i 't County and the villase of St. i i i;'.ty Gratiot. Ivgititiir.g at i e i w ,.d t'ouury a? tlie southwest ia t:9 nort!i ot range V.wt.-t, ; r:v, and letting in M'Clio! s of one Sai 1 rea l t . cleared lour rds d thirty feet wide a:.j graded two t !.5g in cci.tte, w-t'ti rail and log -. ;..ic when te c.-ss.4rv, with su:!i-ain- to carry oil' s nr.i.e water. '-os i.i ca:.s-w.ys to t'O twelve feet one t-H.t its depth. SI il.-cs to th- Ctetlt Side ; All rails a 1 loT:j ari'i be to evt " ! -i -. !:u ..' h- !.'...: tou::.!rr e: ty-t. feot l e g, twd.e l.icht S thick, :: ti.r.-e h s ; two iipi , r timi.ers td ame tceu t ft long, with five cr.s tiit-ces ! hewn eig;:t it.c.ifs v, itiv, covet p1ai:k sixteen t long. . The spco:n'.ti.i; tor th across the M.ij liivcr wi j of letting, together wit': - two lt;ch Oak. building of a Kridge ';' gi.cu ou the day h t irtlu-r i'ltotniatiou n. a v be ri quired. The a', -ve k wi.. . ... ;. pu'-ii:m. f a .t ,;re. t t'.e St.,te of Mlchigat .-' to ; r..t i I -,,r ti e Drainai of Swa-i t. 1. 1 ,1s hv i:.e:i , I'ltch.-." a;-; ev .i F. l.'il.ir g. Apr.' .. i.:. .. iu V" i:v. ilEl llMN MViaiHRY, ('i i, r. Av't ' the I entitled A land Reel it.. I St it- KoiN in. is-.'.-i t "J- lloilVt. tilt !!' Ol' IltMM'Y. HAVE a v .lo iMe rv :pt tor making Honey, w hicit I w-ll I to u-iv p -rs m i, p..n tie- re ceipt ot ,.o c. ts. e HUKC .in f use it iu our fcttnily at h .it t!i ..-', and consider it as good as the b.-t a-t'ele of g utitie honey, "r-i'i i'- ,t CI'.U:- '- and sell i'. . day : t .. V and tii.-v c.i- '. At:y p.-r-o-i who ail! make t i 'e-.ir ! otti two t i ihr. e d-siats a .- i;t - Sell' a'tlil'S to make it, I h i 1 .i a-tv store foe ;.o cents, nay ! Oi' t':.id. liglitlal luxury, for Every J ciniv itnv ', ive I j at y 1 .!-. co. in o.e it i' j thne. I nr.- -or ,.s t.!t.'ou liiiti'ltes at avy -taa.ps as g.m 1 a ' II i" V i KR, Fi tlti n :c- money. Aii I i.-s ,1 I' City. M l. Ii.-J .;.::;m. Raooil tor ! :.:iif. NY LADY that wiil s. i.1 her a 1.1 csto Mrs CREAGKi:, Ibiliinioie Ci'v, Md.. with Ii :i Cent postage stamp enc'io-ed, wti! receive bv re, urn in i'i i-il ! ti i' o a ot in.p t.c.te to h- r. Woman know thy self, an ! be h ippv. S'ltt- Gicaf C't-tii.tlf I):V w ! hoh- d retiil, for 1'--. Wlietl ;,g's celebrated Female Til's. Ttie-.- P. lis a-e trulv v ihial-le for Ladies, for they will r-.to-e rest or the n-onthlv conrs-s. a'nieti they nu t - ..; ft out a i v cause whatev.r, lh.-. never l t, .,!, d in anv eae where the dl:e. tlof, a.-oW:.d the box ' t li-.ing the P i - have bee,, stti -t v t,.i;.,...l ; ,.l,.ed. there i-. 's i. . c ;se f .dite lined t. out knowledge. I'o'illg pilte'y V Cget ihlc. thev an pel fee iy .ie. M.tgle b.i -s i.i til d to or iv", postage pai 1. upon r--, of 51 " c-nt post tg stamps good as niotiet. A hi:, ss Dr. J. P. Creag-e, P.altit;.ore Ci; v , M i ' :' :,-.:m. 1 niv larmi: so u.i:u when wash- i eh. tii'cil tcoee-J for j cleaning t lothitie, I clothe can be w.i-1 ah.c'i the 1 out I, oil r.v i hi- ave.i ; th, H.i I th. .e oi wr ihhbi.ig. an be : id witli very litth' hard labor -,...,' .. ; white a:. 1 method much irilhifj fen . clothe ate Vel it th' fir. , a-i-! last much long.-., for they are not ttorn l.v tubbing, as by li e ol 1 way ot w.a-ihii.g by machines, Ac. The article used c s! but little, and are easv to ob tain. I mail the receipt to order, postage paid, upon receipt ot ,r.o cms; three cent postage stamps good as monev. Address DR. J. P. CPEAGER, n-to.r.:im. Hjltimore City, Md, Dr. CRE AGF.R is the sole agent for Dr. Wis- Prns' 'l'hriitrj Matrimonial " Serif," I Bilt, No. 1, "A Ri.vik for Young Men, design ed to prcparo them for Female Society ;" No. 2, "Errors in Courtship; No. " Productive Control." Etch of which will be mailed to or der, post-paid, upon receipt of 25 cent. Q IJ I C K S A L E S AND MODERATE PROFITS!! . IS II ivintr U II a a i. i: v Mlis!l"J li ' FAMILY (.HOCEIMKS With a full and choice f-electiotl of ct.-ry kin of goods in that line, invito the examination house-keeper, before supplying thomelvo. I is Lis aim to keen no articles hut the i,r'. u addition to the GUOiT.RY TRADE, he will, iisil i!, keep a Cotit:l!it supply of Fiv.sli nml Cinvd Provisions, srrn as hams, pork, nurrnn, lard V'xillrti. 31 flrrrl find WhitrFish arlicie m the !i SI'ICK.S. Ac ALSO a eub-tittlT. ch'i :e artice f.v Aj.pl. . Re ha a larg. of dried Prune-,, a : irtmetit of oiuo stos:-v ai:i:, forming, together, a stK-k which. Hotel-keepers Boarding House", and private fvni'lea would ( to give attetition. He ! as th,tik to give for past patrotiag.j. m S'ror.g fiopos of ifi! gre-.terf.r the future. a. k. haglky. Laning, Jan. 1, 1 .'','.". Miriiff Sale. T)Y virtue of a writ o! execution issued out II std under the seal of the fircTi-t Court f I th countv of Ingham, to t: dire, t.-.l and livere.j, I li.tve levied i;no:i all the right, title ! and intere-t of William S. Hall, in and to the fo l.w;r.7 d-scn'..! lar-.f- and t'tjeir.erit, to wit - of raitre (2itwo ea?.in the count v of Ir rharti and - ! Sta'e of M:.:gan, which I -hall expose, for -a' ' to the hSgh-t bidder, at public vendue, at t 1 "ourt House, in the villag- of Matron, on t 1 sev-ith dav of Jn.re. 1 .v.. at on oclo.-k P. M i EDY RARER, Sheriff. Dated. Ml'ri. April 1 ! . A. D. 3 1 1-. D. Sheriff Sail. Ty ,;r:M f,f a WTu c,f .x.-cutlo:, :i:e.i out t I ) ,.,, vri1. ,t,o s. .-s' of the Circuit Court for the ci'in'v r.f Ir.gham, to lee liirecte. atid deliv ered. I have levied upon all the right, titi.-. and ;..r r.-t of Rtn.ev Smith in and to the folloa- - i ing d---crlo.-d land and tenement, to w.t : the ea-t r.ait f t th norm east 'iJti.vi vi asrxi.vu i ii .... . tr. . . n a i two r-orth of ratii'i' ( -J i 1 U 'I iil i-.-i 1 .-r - e- two -a.-t in the county of Ir.gnara ar.d Mate of Michigan, which I shall expo- for tale, at pub- lie vendue, a: tne front J -or ot tre? t ourt lloaw, in the v:iiag of .VA-.I11, in the county of iLg - i sni, on tt.e sever.ih ' o'clock I. M. ti.tv of June. A. D. 1 '!'.; at one-OClOCs; r.ui i .a rt r.i-, .-i-erii. f)ate.l. Mason, Arril 1 1th. l.'.. 2 'ew6 VOTTCliT ll lir.Ui . rrv w;;.., i.rs.-.y it. ujr::i, i.as left rrv W i-.d fe--i' wrthout anv juet cxue or provocation, th: i to fort,:J a.i pereors - st. rrom narwin: or ir-a-T.rz ri?r vn uj w t 't . r . .: l or trnst.r g her on 1 .'re tl.i.d .t WILLIAM V. CoRWIN. -Si f ; . : r jruia - - - -- - ris..t TnV.mC.-t Ar.rtlT 1r. Dated, Ingbam, Ingham Co.. April 2 w2' ' ani-..' ! Re has in store, th bes M II kg CPs' ; svnrrs, j ti:.s, Take them and live! IS" li'sloot them nnd Die. Jjp llKKK-.' Sroaa ClATO Al Ktl STKt.oTHa.V.Nii l'LasrElta. Ttas. lue uourpaud tru. u.e hate, by cemaxa consent ef maakicd. been plaoed at the bead ot all s.niiiar prj aratieaa. tier. rk' Yefetabie I'u'ia. ia universal Hif5j, atety and certa nty in the cure of the Ta-ious .itxsiwa pf r.-.n, excel all o hem, and their e un.uetioiAMy is treble that tf a.lo.hrr k:L,l In tall !oe they are actio Cathartic, ia ma lrr ihe 1 .w .and cieao nf .n a'.l Itilou t hii laiiite, ia, 'leadai he. Liver lhsra-ra, K: '.Dry rar.t-nieot.-. -stomach liwi. .:, nr..! Sk.ti Aflectams. thy ure as if by ,:... The-o "i,:s are pjii rev.i'"-, can t i'.rn it ant tiiue 1-iiMir 'ia.C, :l!....t cl.ai cv ia t-mp ot went i i a t .Vrn-b- v ' a pas medicit ten r'sMiy us.l. bi.t wh.B vinun.lnl in a 1'ilifor un-.tersi I tt li'rf t-v. laioi i tn-neftt- t!.e r' leu. HrmcW'a Su -ar t .ated Puts hate nev er !n ia-'iea tit nsi: c . re ru.iuth and achmij .int. s t.avr sent" i th.-rs. Tlierefeie. j.r..n in wautt f a t.i:n it i ii;. ji easant to !J. retta.n to Cure, and u-e-l by tiii n-. w.ii ,-ert-aicty lt -k 1 r n other laese I'tils are .-.eere ! e 'at.r. of p ee white s-a-, tie taste t it-..-' ,-::.e a!s.,;t t'.em, hu! arv as easily taken as h.ts irf -. o.-.ef.e.y FAMILY l! F-, -e OStj . i tFS. "M: l-'i i..it. KIrrikN Kid Hlr'ii;lli'itiiis lla!t't.. Tt:e r.-'i , s ue i i'tasters cure ii.i. weaknesa anl d.s t e-.. ,ti th !-t-L. s..'.e-anl t. ea-t. m ttte A -rt u tet. ... . ti a-- they t.. .'.. tin. t:,at the I'rept iet.w sri .nr. 'hetu , t fpnH ir.-.ti., ta sants an I tenuis. , 'i ti- ei 'hi h, ! . t ;er . n-it tr- th.-t.t s-,-aoar:t a-lapt e I t . t!,e .no - ..I ' att 1 otl.ejs i-ia.-d Plaster aid srit : - - - ii i en- t i f.i.r months, ati-t in rln-amat;- rem j iaiiit. a n an-4. .'- .i..-.'. 're-i'ienl y e:l.vt cum., l.:ist a'lo'her reuih.-s fade I Ir ul'. ihrectin will ts, ' i. ( .nt'i I t,- ! C'i. ' Pi.t.'.io sj rrs, t itra'.isU, m ti 'e- i t the i.osjs I mud othe-, wii! stren.-thea ttie.r int..-- ttti in. r. or t i.-ir v.M.-e. by . arm.; 1 1" ou the f -. t-. i '".h i: :'4 1 vrs. Ir. i asllr'a Magnolia I'atarrlt piiiiiT. His i tain'. n Mil ett ie reiiutation iu t! e cure .f ("a 1. s ,-t ...-e, Ik-s",!.,, Wateiv and Intiantei XI 1 t .-- ilivl.-rrttis t, . -., re-iu' I.Q.- the i( .Vtiii, tistaiit ate-tatis, rtc , u-t-iy trl mr- tt.'tt fi.il .'.ee-t.ous. ana k-l:t. !l that . -ti 'm nu t It Ctlin-'t be riehcl l'Klt'K '. J ii xitvKM.'si Mirit roviii:itw. e .1 .-ti'.'.-t ed I'ea let.. w-ij Itiwutt the ! -i.-.ii t .'.J ' l'o.r.e, , anl ...1.1 n iiniiHts 1 e- i.h tie V .id n f,-tri!i Mst.-s tor tiie .-. r; tr e -i t n, .e t.i rxrel a I oilier k il ls , in -s . I 11 s.i-ili't'.,V Il,.,rer.,w loams! - t .-(' o 1 tie? r..f,ta n notli.n; taj irons, the : c in t- w.-rke '. ttl,i!. t. r.t them . a.nl- .lirec- ikk rAch pa-1 i;k. and y.s-J horsemen are intit- t-s- tl rir y.rtu. and in h-e ot the.r p..-i' tl.'.l Pi. h tOF.s. ..SCIMs. 4T:.e at-ye art:.-!es are -..tl hj 'J7 ,isst -rn!s h -at th.- t'mted Mates, I'stia.'.as and ?s.iith A-te-r.. 1-'..-.. Ie by alliats-e I' Uiti-sta in the r.ucipa liHt Ui l .V lllelltlF.il, 'r'-.'..-.' I '.-iai.fi. t ''.is;v. S. T Mi' '.', st Iaiis xi by a'.l det'ers in Mrd cne-s. and bv ! country M -rchan's etert wi.ere. ir II. I'AI.MrK, rari iatf Jtm:. O- c s t a rr i : m i : X T or TIIK t-oMITIO4 Or TIIE Mat-chant a I it aura in-e Coin pan) of llartfortf , CONNECTICUT, On the SLxf t'ay ff l)txrmfr, 18SS. A PIT A Is. Amount of capital of the Company,... ayito no is an if M Amount ot Surplus.... lotal amount of Capital and Surplus,. ia.i.5:-' t AHHK T Amount of Tash on hand. Amount ot Cash in handset A.-i . J t it . :i 1 1 Am tf fash inl'hartet I'ak Po jre jate aini.'itit .f Tss'i linn. m I j ,r..Z li'ill'l.i Oiis"r. f.y th' I ' a.l' i',t rt-'.te f a o I .h i-e. A,n I f'.isnirr Itai.k V V t '. ' i) Metia.s..il.iii iUnk.N. V. !.. .".i.aM.1 " t hartrroak i'-.nk,llartt..rd,i.'ss. i.I.VMHi ,1 I t.-hanrs llitik, Harti. rd, S .V-o (l -' i mi .l.'nt llink. I!n't... loootMKi ia..tani I a'. .V Me. h Hank." Hhm on .S.Tiani ji IN .en Htok. Ilsrtr'd, .r,MiiHt aiKUiiai ,o ii x l-.rti-. it A.I1.--..II.5 issii-t .'..-jinoii " U .ti 1- f! iss-e.. Ii -i M s.nri Ih.O'SI k "Oil il ', !.! s'.ite M-.'h . IJ.iksl li.Ist'Mf) " H.I I tt .f Halt ! .rd, i It It lo-in l IM-ia.Oil 1'. 4 . a 0.1 .'. Jl.i .to .. t, ;u ef H i-t I ,r.l. i I'.l-k .l JllmlWI f, tr1 INt , ., - .it., s t.-. &- a OS.1.ISI f .;t.r. tii no f i vwx.fA At'ate market yali.e 'I the att-.te t.e-lt, t 'i .Itai.ia) .'' t- and limh k 11 If Ik' f"a;aa tuturxtf ar f'lt iv, e . A IK' f-i' a I moke r.i'.tr ,f is, i in,-, an.i fV Mmt,' i na.'l l e-tS. I ar sal. Mark Am Inan'd. 4 Siiar. . i-.t.k lift fed .. , Hut! .i t. J'l.'.irt l T -l.are. M.t. r lt T" fe lri Xt. r M oi " T et ::. p. "oil r i: k. T.r.'si is ir. lrr , i: i s v .:.'.' ! j )l.r..; it .-a.-li. 'i.!r M,....ir'. o li.MJ et 44 it t.J. on - fea) i.t 1 1 iVi K) .Via ts) tin on oo stn y 1 4.ia f .'. sa si f IT olfi tsi ll.TfAfai A.'irnvale nm t ' .ai. i 1 the alr.tr -r-ur i'e--, (I l,7-i I bt M .rtifa?-.. lr. uitr t.r-t ifoiif rer.ed. ,-it unencutul-ered Ileal F.t tte, worth at U-a.t S -" "" HSris) ' AlO'Mlli' ol -lri No-r-oi, Ili'er.-I. p-tiaM" n dem it. d, s'r'n?'y end-r-eH, and seeur- el bv led.'" of the St.K-k Jisi.Oisnsi Auioi.ri' of In -re-t ae-i,- t, bat net due, . 4 SI Ait -rr--t.. a: A-.e' in :I'i ' t ' ap IJ.':,0T'ir3 I.ia. tie-f .r !... I ... ,,'. 'oo'te-rela-n-- a,a'iist the ' "ttisnr. I Til' I.Oi!I'!J. I., .-. STATF iF's'N'lrTl'I'r. I ..tor.:,iii)-.. . iinj. r llaiir t.r.. Jan gT, l'ki I heret.f rrr' 'v ti.at I hate .utntiet the hooka ant eea-ities'i f ti e VI. r. hat.t.' naurnee f 'oinpanr wf Hart f..rd.4'ofm., an I t.o-i its A--e' and O.n-M me as sr-t f -rtl, in t! e (..'.f.iiti s-la'-io-ri' . an '. I ; it ee'ret-ap a'. i la'rlv rue... 1 r t aeeu'rd .'.'.'.F. It'iiiiV'SiiV. tjiljOmi Tl.e suh-cr ts-r is du'y author ,, to take r-ks attH is sue peiir.. ,n the a'r te KKiJAltl K IN.-l KAN K ! PAW, at a- I RtTf.s ,.f prm tn" as tt.e nat'ire .f tke r.s il a-!mi'. !.-- promj.tty and u tah'y B'tjusted. 1 JA. It KSPK. Aen'. Va-.'.vj,ayaiSsa- vs-ajr -p e, r-t aa r. r-a eA KT'rTV- 1 y. P j off Sold by D. L. "ro--man, Ingham; Thayer V Co., and S. D. Newbro, Lar.a t g; and C. Gratton, William-ton. ly-20T. i . . . , .OTIJK. j riTEREAS mr -,. Ja.ea F. Butler. bleft InT hou-e 'and protection, without my , , , Cor.tnt. at 4 where., the eaid James ', Butler is a minor and Las marred again' my w';-he, nd w ithout my conent, there for?, all peron are hereby forbid Larboricg or trutirsr t'ne sal 1 James F.. or Sarah Butler on rat irco'it:i, n l :.aj put i:'i i...-i.'i' tractlrg aft'.r tbi date. "And further, tk!! peraont are hereby lorbid paying ' t anj twkki mm - ----- r J x !.' . t a I ah'Ivtmaaitri4ft ce f-ra-i rriii ii ubvf ' araiU of f.t labor iltirtcs Lis minority. - Ternn i rrrrn : JOSEPH LCTLEK. i Maaon, April 6tb, 1 559- w2'.t7 km i., 65 ji - -J ?C i-i s 3 n ji w - U A.