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A FARMER'S SON'G.
We envy not the princely man ; In city or hi town, Who wonders whether pumpkin Tines Run up the hil. or down ; W rare not for his marble hall., Nor yet his heaps of gold. We wouM not own his sordid heart For ail h'u wealth thrice told. We are tho favored ones of earth, We breathe pure air each morn, We sow we reap the golden grain We gather in the corn ; We toil we live on what we earn, And more than this we do, We hear of starving millions round. And gladly feed them, too. The Iiwycr lives on princely fees, Yet drags' a weary life. He never known a peaceful hour Ills atruosphero is strife. Tli merchant thumb hi J ard stick o'er- 'irow haird at his toil He's not the man fiol meant him for Why don't he till the ("oil ? The doctor phid throtizh storm and colJ, PIols at hi patielit'd will, When d -ad and jrone lie plod as.iin To g -t his I-ngthy b::i. Th printer (M-.-s hi noble oulj I!.- :a-p the mighty earth ; An 1 K';i'iips it on our welcome sheet To eti.M r the farmer's hearth. We -iii the h'nrr of the plow. And honor of the press Two n-ible in-truni.Tits of toil, With each a power to bless. The bone, the nerve of this fis-tag'', True wealth of human kind One tills the ever geuerou earth, Tlie other tills the mind. Kr..m tii- !:-'l Wii.; (vtn ) S-ntinr iiohicium: oiTur;K. On i'ns.iv lir :i . rm ctitvrel tlio resiil 'ne of Mr. An In.?, in ttV Valley of Wf.lis t.rceic. in thi cunty . -'Ir. Atelr bf.in :hr:it, and, JtfttT th; lit .-t d K'ratti res-i'tnio; on thft pirt of .Mrs. Andre, un rin wli cli her c!o'!i".s wer torn almost en tirely tff her person, one of hor thumbs uisl';at-'l, a:iJ htrselt !?itco almost to in sensibility, violated her per n. Mrs. Andre had b?eu married hut a hliort time, and hnd recently been conGn d. IIT Lite was also nearly kill-d in the 4trii;a!e. A n-'ihhor entered sioii after the con ii n in at i-1 n of the deed, and reports the scene as most horrible, the furniture bro ken and strewn all about tlie room, the mothr and child covered with LKxhI, ar.'l botli shockingly bruised and injured. II- itnm.j li itely. afrer c tiling in the assistance of several female friends residing in the vicinity, rai?.l the whole neighborhood to search for the ravisher. The whole coun try round about was scoured by arimnl men; but, it being late in tlie diy, they were not able to du;Jover hitn. The search is s'lil continued, and parties are stationed at all the river and many of the interior towns of the Stat., t watch fr him. lie is tleseri- bed as bein very large and tall, with heavy black whiskers, his front teeth gone, and about o yenrs of age. lie was ein at this phce the mor.ung before the comnns eion of the outrage, and a!s at Waco ita about daylight the next morning. II probably got over into Wisconsin. Should he be taken, in tho present excited state of the coimiiiinity, his lite would be destroyed Mr and Mrs. Andre settled in the valley about one year ag . 1 iiey arc very much respected by the w ightKirs, and their for row is shared and the outrage resented equally by all. How Tiut:v.s auk Made. I luring the past four months Mr. l eter rcuehes, silk dealer -f N. 1'2, Walker street, has missed at various times about 'l0i) worth of sew ing silk, which disappeared in a most ox Inordinary manner. The deficiency at length itccame so serious that he applied to the police authorities for assistance to detect tho thief. Klisha II. ildey of the detec tive force, who was deputed to tako charge of the matter, succeeded in tracing thedis appearauee of the property to a boy of 14 years named Kobert Turner, in Mr. Fau- ches s employ. I p n being arrested the boy stated that a in.m named Louis Clark (a well-known receiver of stolen goods), who lived next door to him, coaxed and teazed him to take a pound of sewing silk from the store and bring it to him. For this bundle, which was worth Ss, dark gave him lio cents. The boy, f.ightened at hi9 crime, did not want to steal any more, but Clark threatened unless ho brought him jut what he required he would expose him to Mr. r cliches, and cause his arrest The little fellow thus intimated, stole sever al other parcels, aud took them to Clark, re ceiving for each package "2o cents. At length he removed to another part of the city to escape his tormentor ; but Clark, Fagin-Iikc, followed him thither, and com pelled him to continue robbing his employ er for his benefit. leeoming rallons in crime by the associations which Clark threw around him, the boy after a while crew weary of Clark's exactions and fearless of bis threats, bome young thieves now in troduced him to a pedler named Bernard Miller, living at Xo. 53 Ludlow street. For him the boy stole about ?.i00 worth of silk. Miller paying him ti cents a bundle for it. The accused parties were arrested by Mr. Wildev yesterday, and the stolen property found in a bnndle and arpet bag which Miller was carrying. Justice Kelly held Miller in $1,000 bail, Clark in a $1,- 000, and committed Turner for examina tion. A. V. Tribune. The Pennsylvania Democrats. There has been a split among the Demo crats of Pennsylvania, which has been wid eninr ever since the Lecouirton Bill. It is one of the natural fruits of the Presi dent's double-faced policy. Governor Pack er. Col. Forney's "Press ' and a large nun ber of the party have been frowning on the Swindle while the Pennsylvanian," the tide waiters, post-masters and other office holders were throwing up their hats in its favor. The recent Democratic State Con vention, (held at Harrisburgh to nominate an Auditor General and Surveyor General,) brought matters to a head. Ihe Buchanan men, having packed the seats with their own delegates, nominate 11. L. Wright and John Ivowe for the respective offices, and then adopting a platform endorsing the Pres ident's "policy" in fulsome words. The Anti-Lccompton friends of Governor Pack er tried to insert a plank endorsing him, but it was contemptuously rejected ly the platform builders. In consequence they have called a Convention of their own at Harri-burgh on the 12th of April, where they will hoist an independent flag. Of course tbey will have the help of ail that portion of the party which does its own thinking and has the sagacity to see that Lecomptomsm is suicidal as well as dishon est. Oa the other hand, the Administration will strain every nerve to "crush them out by the power of threats, patronage and money- Albany Journal. BUY Y O U li BOOT S ! I HAVE JUST RECEIVED MY WINTER STOCK OF Boots niu) Sljors, And trill sell than for Cash .PER THAN EVER ! ALL KINDS OF CUSTOM WORK 1oi: to oitinjt. 7 ork Warranted csive .tie a call I will pay the HIGHEST Cash Price rfor I01MHH) HIDES! i:. i ksvi;ll, Ojjfifr the S'att House. L-insin, Mich. ISO c "n , "-c i IXM TO It II o r I. A . I ' s celi:i;rati-:i GERMAN BITTERS, Wil l. KHJ.CrTAI.l-Y tTi:K LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, Jjumlir, Ckruttir nr .VfOMii W.i'i.i. Iisws of Ihr A fcirr , ..' -ii' dii'-if't ariin.j Jri-m a ilts ir.t- r-A Ltc tr or .Sfri4 u A. S'urli :tH l'iu-ililltlin, tllr l Fllilu's or Pl-r.J t thf llifa I, A-'i'li! "I tin stum .:li. n.i, ll-.irlu ini, Ih-Kj-t fur K 'l. KuliiffHfr '-!lit in ttieSt:ii.tfh, sour Krucli"ii-', sinknii.' "r KiU'.t-r;n itt th IM of sioiu rll, Siminili 1 1 H.-.i 1. H i: r.i-1 Mil 1 I'Uli.-u t rtf-Htn-i iikC. Kliitu-i .n at Th" H-aTt. tliok iiaf or s.iilocatuiit -n sti. m-. wheu in - lyiu (Hxtti'r, l'.in:i"- of Vi-ioti, I Kii.j or ttflm N-fore 111" stilit, r'evcr an l linit pam m Wve llal. Ik-Hc .rufjr of l'-r:r:i!ton, V-i!oue o! th Sin l bvi". Tain in tti- si.l, HicU, t lif-t, l.iinfw, s'a'l "ten Hii'.Iif of ll-4t. I-irtiin. n tht Jit-sti, I'ouMant Iiiikic tui'sr "f '''"'I n'' l-or--.-.on of S)'iii?. Th jroirn-tor. in (-iI.itj The ai't'utti!! ol tht fuht!c to tliii pr trtHn, ilo with IWI;n of t!it- niir-oxt coaU'!-iiee in lis virtu-"t an 1 it'iaptat.oa to tin for which it n rrroniiii-nl-t It in n n-w n'l untri--l r!n-V. lut oiit that l.i "too.l tli tfr-t of t.-n ji-ar'' trml b-to.-. tin Awncm I"-'1, mi l in r'(uta'Hii an ! "iti- arr ucnvt lo 1 y anjr ssiinUr rt-.rtion extant. Tlo tf- itn my in it-. f.vor C!en Uy lroni,ii-nt an 1 well kn n I'liy-i'-iarw an I :n tiviiuai :u a t paitt of til-' co.iutrv iiuiiif n-, au I a rarrf-.il al if the u in ;, fitihlilir I annually by tho j roorie tor. au.l to l-e ha l zra: i of any ot hi-. .-ut. cannot but satisfy the raot kt-piii'Ml that this rem-.'y i? rea'ly i!e--rnn; th itre.r cvle'rit it h f Mme.. ll'i.'t iu. iioon.nirs BALSAMIC CORDIAL, Ki i; TIIK sl'KHtY tXKK OK Co'tfjtts, (?., Inifnenz-t, Croup, If-ireH', liruuchit!. Pneumonia, IHnxixnof the lioic els ari!n:f from f '-..!. Incipient L'muinp fi, and fr the f'lif and if at all oti ble)eure f I'atienti in i c.iv. tt-vje$ nf the latter diea. Tir. crlet'atel reja'ation, like tlie Rtier. mijr be pouti lent!y relied on. It ih !en;:ip.l tr a clat of di.-ea-e ami' t'neral an 1 mre fatal than any other t whicli the jwople of th" po jutry ar mihiept the pr;niu fnim a'ltfht Poll."' TiiU eminrnt autiiotity. lr He I. y : " I will not a that Oil' ar t i our inhah.tHnt wUat the fUk.il k aa l Ykii. ) Kkvkr a-e to th"-e of other pountrie ; but. I rao aver pontiitently that they uher in ti-eao.- of gr--tr emil.pi:jr an l raort. t.jr thtu t'nee latter." A further proof of tli terrible fata'ity of i!ie re flit fiom a pominom c mav Ik? seen by a irlanc at thefolowm i!atitirn, taken from the re;ori of the It-arl of Health ot rhila-lelpli a. p.i;f-,e.I y on.- .,: the tnoit healthy .pjallt e in the tin on : lji Total deaths in Phil'a-ielph'a li Uil IVe.l of ron.umpt.oa .il'2 ail other iVea-e. 'ZiJ in nuin- Kr.) 9.34 1S3. Total (Vatli- liied of ConNumption all ether d;.eas-s 154. T tal d,nt'w Red of Con'umptiiin " a'.l other Ji-ise, 11,514 From these fi;ure, it will be seen tht nearly one fourth f the total death in the pountry are r:jse.l by coaumption, ti ay nothiuz of tSe numerua other !i ea--e. sprinimii frt.in a '! jht po!d." Ho nut tr tie win your health : b.it. if u.?r:n; from a pouli or Pol I on the Line, bur a ottieol HKL.Wl''s BlAMK'0i;!'lAL. an 1 ;oa may fel count on a care Thoiitud hare .'.ote ;, an l hare CirtiSe I to it wonderful eifeot. Couc'i onitroe pro-eed f-om a diordred or a dya peptic state of the toineh. :n which rae the terrain B.tter hou!d N !;!. In pa-e of wetin-!-. or gen eral deb.li'y of the rm. re,il: nc frma pro:rap tel pouh, th tiormsn Utters wiil tx found if great benefit. lYeparel oaly by Pr. C. M J nckson, 41 Arch Street. Plii'aite'iph'a. atid f -r ! ey Pw-l. an! tore'ieperi throughout ti:e I'mted S'jit'-s an 1 Cana-'.a. l"r;pe T.'i cent per bottle. lor br V. Thaypr Co., E. P. I? iSn .n. aal New, b o t Bro. , Lan-in, and all respectable Ihuffat in The Inn-n. Ii.i3 I'uiimiioioiK'rN .otice. "ITfE the having heen appointed if Comtnissionors upon the Estate of Daniel G. Tobias, of the Town of Leroy, Iasrl am coun tr, Michi-m, JoceaseJ, for the purpose of allow ing cl:um aja'nst said estate, Notice is there fore herebT bfi), that we wi!l m-'et forthe pur pose of auditing accounts ajinst said esure, on the 9th day of May, and the 11th day of Jiily, and on the 8th thy of August, A. D. 1$39, be tween the Lours of 'J o'clock A. M. and 5 o'clock P. M. of each of said daTS, at the house of Paa- icl G. Tobias, (Lite deceased i in the Town of Le roy, six months being the tirue allowed by the Judje of Trobate for presenting claims against said estate. All persons are therefore hereby notified, that unkss such claims are presented up on the days above mentioned, they will be fo ercr barred. FXSSEL BURCrjAlID, fn205:4w. JOSEPH WIUTCOMB, March 2 1 , 1 S 5 ?. Commiriioacrt. 10. Wl y,74 ... l.V'5 ,.. 704 i.T4? 11.M4 ... JMT ... .-; Look Here ! ! FIRST Alt RIVAL OF FOR I-.VS1. JIAKKET! SPRING- of 1859! 31 THOMAS k 11 71F.fl LEAVE to notlGv their Friends and Cus 13 tomets that they ate now receiving direct from New York, a !;r:e, cotuplete, ati 1 well so lected etock of SiMilXi iV SUMMER GOODS Of every descrij.tion, suitable to City and . rr 1 Lountry iraae. Our Stock Consists Of: LADIES DUKSS (.ODDS. LADIKS DliKSS GOODS. LA DDIS DRESS GOODS. LADIES DRESS GOODS. For Spring iuil Suininer READY MADE CLOTHING READY 31 DDE CLOTHING READY -MADE CLOTHING READY .MADE CLOTHING A Great Variety. CLOTHS, CLOTHS, CLOTHS. CLOTHS, CLOiHS, CLOTHS. CLOTHS, CLOTHS, CLOTHS. CLOTHS. CLOTHS. CTOTHS. Superfine, Medium, unl Cuarse. DOMESTIC. Domestic J)OMESTIC. DOM ESTIC, Dumetic,DOMESTJC. DD3I ESTIC, Domitic,DOM ESTIC. DOMESTIC, Domestic, DOM ESTIC. A Lare Stock. II ATS, II ATS, HATS. HATS, HATS, HATS. HATS, HATS, HATS. HATS. HATS. HATS. For Spring and Summer. ROOTS AND SHOES. ROOTS AND SHOES. ROOTS AND SHOES. ROOTS AND SHOES. Fine and Coarse. YANKEE NOTIONS. YANKEE NOTIONS. YANKEE NOTIONS. YANKEE NOIIOXS. Of ftJSOTS! JOHN THOMAS & (X). Lansing, Mink !", SOMETHING NEW! nkav 3tore! m:vgoops:! ni:y riti'jEs v Have jur-t opened on Washiogtan Avcnve. ono d.xr South of lurr "t il rove's jllardwarc St ire, AFULL STOCK OF STAPLE tM) PAXCY Groceries, Boots & Shoes, HATS mid CAPS, CTj L5 Sic, iVc. To our friends, and the public genera!!, we say: Stop ami M'c on i flood, ami; Examine our Prices ! As we have ot Time to IimiiieraU' Kitlior! Iut wc will sliow you one of the n't Selected Aortiiieiit. And at piices which will d. fy competition, for Ready I'ay only. Lftnin7, Jan. 2 , !S5-.. IP'. Micrill ale. BY virtue of one executi -n issued out of. and under the seal of the Circuit Court for tlie county of Ingham, arid State of Michigan, to me directed and delivered, in favor of Addingtoi. Reed and Ferdinand Reed, againt Austin A. Kir by and John M. Gibbs, I :ha!l s II at public auc tion, at the Court House in the villace of Mason, in eaid county, on Friday, the 'z.d d iv of April next, at oi;e o'clock in the afternoon, the follow ing real estate, to wit : the north-east quarter o: section twenty-two, (22.) in townhip one north ot range one west, in the county of Ingham an State ot Michigan: and a's liiat parcel of land described as follows, viz: commencing at a point forty rods west of the quarter post, between sec tion twenty-one and tenty-e:ght, in town one ( 1 ) north of ra: r one (1) west, in the State o) Michigan, and ru oing thence north twenty rod, thence east twei ty-tive rods, thence south twen ty rods, thence west twenty-five rods, to the p'ac of beginning, together with the steam saw mil. and fixtures situate thereon. EDY RAKKR, SheritT. Pv I. H. VANPERCOOK, Under Sheriff. O. M. RaKNts, Vll'i Att'y. Pated. Februirv 2"i. lvv.J. Twjr 1 MAKKlAOc lli'h D I'tv M LU, MARK1A1.K L.fIlE t" im MM. YOINU. MAKK1A1.K GlIhK b l'R. M. VOlMi. MAHKIA(.K til"IlE .t IK. MM. YOl"N.. m.kkia;e ;riiE b vk. v m. vi m-,. MAKKIAOE (U'lDK bT 1R. M M. YOl'NG. MAKRlAt.E GI IIK h 1H. MM HL"SG. MARRIAGE GUIDE YOUNG'S GREAT PHYSIOLOGICAL WORK": THE POCKtl ESCCLA PIUS. Or Every One his own Poctor, by Wm. YorxG. M. P. It ii written in plain Ian Caage forthe c. .eral reader, and is illustrate? with upwards t i Iim eniravinrs. AH young married people, r thoe contemplating inarriasre. and having the 'cast impediment to married life. hould read this book. It discloses secrets that every one shoul i be acquainted with ; still, it is a book that must kept locked up, and not lie about the hous . It will be sent to any one or the receipt ot twenty-five centa. Address PR, WM. YOUNG, 15 Spruce street, above Fourth. Philadelphia, JV lOOyl CORYELL & JESISOB! LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS viurleaue sale. DEFAULT Laving been niade in the condition of a certain mortgage executed by Joseph P. Cowles, of Lansing, Ingham county, Michi gan. ( for purchase money, ) to Rosel I. Bnggs and Ensigu Biiggs, of Smyrnia, in the State of New i ork, bearing date the 24th lay ot Iecem ber, A. I). IbLl. and recorded in the office of the Redster of Peeds for said countv of Ingram, on the h th day of January, A. P. 1S5S, in liber eleven of mortgages, on page 61, upon wmen indebtedness of mortgage there is claimed to be due and unpaid at the date of thu notice, the sum of four hundred and Btxteen (f4It h j dollars : and in ad lition thereto, an attorney fee of thirty (( 30) dollars, was provided to be paid bv its terma, on foreclosure ot said mortgage ; aid no suit at law having been instituted to re cover the same, or any part thereof, now, there fore, notice is hereby given, that by virtue ot a power of sale iu said mortgage contained, I shall sell at public vendue, to the highest bidder, on Monday, the second day of May next, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon of said day, at the Court House in the village of Mason, (that being the place of holding the Circuit Court for the county of Ing ham,) the premises described in said mortgage, or so much thereof as wiil be sufficient to pay the amount due on said mortgage, together w ith the costs and expenses of foreclosure and sale which said premises are described iu said mort gage as follow, to wit: the east half of the no. th east quarter of section No. thirt-two (: 2 ), in town.-hip two (2) north of range one (1) west, iu the county tf Ingham, and State of Michigan, saving and reserving from the south west corner of said east half of the north cast quarter, ten (lo) acres, deeded heretofore to Marshall K. Walker, containing seventy acres, more or Kss. ROSEL P. RRlGliSi ENSIGN BR1GGS, Mortgagees. Vm. II. Tixckset. Att'y for Mortgagees. Liitisine. February 1, A. P. InVA i'j"w!2 fJiiaiK't'rv fealc. Y VIRTUE of a Decretal Order of the Cir ) C mrt for the county of Ingham, in Chan cery, male on the Cth day of October, A. P. lis")?, in a case wherein John W. Phelps is com plainant and Hotnan A. Lacy and Julia A. Lacy defendants, 1, the bubscriber, the Circuit Court Commissioner for the county of Ingham, State of Michigan, will sell at public auction, at the Court House in the village of Mason, in said county, on Saturday the Soth day of April next, at one o'clock in the afternoon, the lands in said decre tal order contained, and described as follows, viz: The north half t f the aouth-eait quarter ot soc tiou nine, (9,) in township one (1) north of range one ( 1 ) east, in the county of Ingham and State of Mic higan, containing eighty acre of land. U.itcd March 6, lbb'.K .GRIFFIN PAPPOCK, Circuit Court Connixioner, n20Gi4 w. lufjiain Co., Jfiehijan. Geo. M. IIcsTixrtTON, Cotnpl't Sol'r. C Iiain-4-ry sale. BY virtue of a decretal order of the Circuit Court for the county of Ingham, in Chance ry, made the eth day of October, A. P. IS.-, in a cast' wherein Ezia Crawford is complainant, and William Voice, (Vila Vorce and Richatd R. Low are defendants, I will sell at public auction, at the Court Houso in tlio village of Mason, in said county of Ingham, n the ll'th day of May next, at o::e o'clock in the afternoon of that day, the land in said decretal order described, or so much thereof as shall be ullicieiit to pay the amount due the complainant, with interest and cost, that is to say : the south oa-t quarter of the noith west quarter of section twenty-two, (22) in towi.hip three (S) north of range two 2J east, State 'of Michigan. GRIFFIN PAPPOCK, Circuit Com t Commissioner. H. L. IbNnrrtsos, Sul'r for Com. 720J Dated Mr-mmi. Va'ch2t. 1 "'.. rillLA KLPJllA. A Hfnrr-Jmt I t.'t . .-.'ioie. ' y .; rill er,.f.iei iflw A'l'l'l i(.t.V.f. lH.-tr:l, nlt,i i I iiuVttt it ft f.j oV'U'- ''. 'J'.'IE Ai:l A-.-oCHIi-N, it ven i-t l:eaf:!'le stnn 'ion of h .iii.ii i t- , ...uv l by -ai iii-ei-e. in ! tue te' epnon i r-.r- re l 111.011 the in.'.... 1 1.111 e no linii 'f Huch il sases ly 'j-iai-k. oeral rear. il.ree tf.l their '..n n'.i ir Su -u, a H'kl'.l fALIr. -i'l worthy of tho. r name, t 'ua i'l-peit-aty tor the treat meat f f tln e.a of a--s. in aii tin-r t'.rii's. an-', to irne Mr.lilCAi. -nVl.r t.llAlH to ail who appiy hy : -ier, with 'leM'riplion of tlieir e .ii liiion. 'ae, erupa 0 s , I f,.. ,) an l in cae cf xrem oi. r ty, to FURNl-il MEPICIXir1 HH.b. oi C lA.'.K. I; ......1 toadl .i.i Hie .t-sor:.l.oii eo:niiai..ls t'.e I ii - e-t Me.lo a. -till ol the ae, an 1 w.'.l l..:u s:i the inohl a. (inivcl iii -li ru treatnieul. Tlie.tirectora .f the Association, in their AfiDual ilejort upon the treatmeut ff S-xuai ii-ae, x.ress the ln.it est atifaction with tl.e uncress which lia atten-i.-.i Ihe labors tif tlnnr Fnnrei-u iu th cure of Spermat. r rtn-a, .-enin-al Weakne-s, lo norrhea, tileet. tlie viee of tiiianisin or Self-abu-e au t or-ler a coutiiuianrw ot ihe same .Un for Iheeusuii ear. The Itnectors. on a review ff the f.xs;, feel as.ure t that their lalx.ru in thia HpCeie of ber.eiolet.t effort hae t o-n of preat lH-t.etit to the aiihete.!, e-iecially to Ihe jouu.'. ul tiiey hane resolke.l to cI-o e them-a-ltes, with le u eii real, to tltia very important aii-t much .iesji.se'i ;ause. An .lmirabl Keport on St ermtorrh.. fr SVinitjai Weakness, the rice of 'uaiiisin, M.tsturtiviiou, or ,-eif-buse. and fiber d.Keaeo! the sexual onraiis, by the 0 .nsuilinir Surgeon, w.ll be wot bv ma. I ('n a ele-l en 1 elope), 1 itti. OF 4. HA tili K, 1. n reoe.j.t of IW'iSTAMi"S for tairp Other IU'.rt.s and Tiacis on tlie iiatuieau'l treatmeiitof exual disease. tliet, &e , iecoi:-'a'ly be nt published for gratuitous Jisril.iit:f 11. an-l will l sen' to the afflicted Smieof the new remeihi aud method .f treatment dineovernl during th last year, are if great table. Address, for Report or treatment, :r J SKII MV 'iol't.HIoV, Actio Surgeon, 11. ward Asu.ria'i.ui. No. " siutli NiutU Street, I'hi.a ielphia . I'a ! f r b r the Ili rectors rV.tU it. 11 KTWl.i.., Cies nt. (.to FaiKfUliH. fcr.tarv. fel 1T1 Dr.. J. W. Kermott's Celeuratkd VtoiTaPi.c MiniClNCS, iiianufartuted only hy Dr. J. W. Kermott, for H. M. Gidman Si Co., at their store, No. 14 Congress St., Detroit, Mich. CoMPorxn Extract or Willow, a positive and never-failing cure for Ague, Chill Fever and Billious Diseases. It is .1 mild yet powerf ul tonic in all cases of debility, indigestion, dyspepsia, and weakness of the stomach. Compound Mamt.ake, or Aperient Anti-Bilious Tills, the best purgative now known. These pills combine power with mildness of action, and in no rase produce subsequent constipation. Extract or IJi.ACkr.HihV, a vegetable Summer Complaint cure. The only rcrtain remedy in Dysentery, Dloody Flux, Cholera, Cholera Mor bus, Cramp?, 1c. Vegetable Pclmonart Balsam, a safe and certain cure for Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Bron chitis, Asthma, Spitting of Blood, ic. Eor Certificates, Ac, see Circulars, to be had of Druffgists and Medicine Dealers sreuerallv. For sale bv R. THAYER, Asrent." Furniture Warehouse IN THE COUNTRY, Coiiant Block, 111, Jeffervon Ave rnie. To all Furniture Buyers, I offer to the public by far the largest and most complete assortment ol FURXITURE. C II A I US, 31 ATI 12 ESSES, Looking-(Jlafe, IVillow- Ware, d'c. That can be found west of New York city, all of ahich was selected ith the greatest care, and -ith paritcular reference to the Material, Manu 'acture, Quality, Style, Fashion and J'ricr. The same will be sold at '! j er cent, less ban ever offered in Detroit. flr3 Parlor, Dining, Bed-Room. LiLrarv and UfSce FUMITU11E. In Risewood, MaLogar.y, Walnut, Oak, Maple mi Cherry, with any covering, plain or fancy, hat may be desired. Also, Painted Ernmelcd Bed-Room Sets, zreat variety of styles constantly on hand. 3edJing. Curled Hair, Moss, Haek, Cotton and Spring Mattresses. 1ST To the TRADE, every article in the Fur niture, Chair, Cpholstry, Hardware an 1 Wiilow Ware lifj, with a good variety of superior var u:hes, Japan, Veneers, Mahogany, Ac, Ac, are offered at i mall adviuce from ;oi. All Goods Warranted as Keprea-iilesl. N. B. Goods bought from this establiahment for Shipping, securely and properly packed for transportation. J. W. TILLMAN. Detroit. lvo. otici:. Vl'nERYAS cy wife, Betsey M. Corwin, has left n:v bed and board without acv just cause or provocation, this is to forbid all persons trom Laibormg or tmsittg her on my account,! I ha"l pay co debts of her contracting from and after this date. w ILL. I All V. COKW L. Dated, Icgbasi, Iaghaa Co., April 7, 1SS9. iwaoj ; t l Ms It J '1. u Join's Cough anl Consumption J J S VI I IT TVi .:t:" of yrupcure.l Mrs. K. I. F.fe. lixvom. O mi. .f a coauii aal fa-.n m tier si'le of three year' !!.!:. ue !.: cu- 1 the :fe of C. Ziaimerinan. lq . i n n .-i m-ri'f Sn. a roui:. Ot;i. a c ath a:il l i n i i I ..-r .i !e an ! r. at f fiw Te'' trn1 r. s h-iri'r- cu''l Mr. Ji'in Ii i-lc. Wihor--k t wn ;. ' a uk'i. ii ii evi re p.na 1:1 her side a:il breU ' 11 1 v- ir-" Man.l.nir f .jr h .:',. curr-1 Mr. . W. Zitfti-r. F.-rt S- ne.-a. ir, ... . ' 4 r i,ik!i. ptin in tier i le ana brrt. an. I n-u-t r .1 ! i;.:v. ' f -ar yr.i-i' iaii i:n. S"ie iia 1 Ikvh 0:1 t'ff re f fiv e pt.y.ciaa. all f w'.i'iu prvuounoeJ i.. ' i-:- :n--urtf'ie. 1. . e.Uf.l Mr. S-n ,11. of F rt Bntl. Ohio. ..f a 0 M i tw-'ity - :rs' yt I'l lmit. S'.e t' k it ahea a 'i .(. .nre.-'lviter liavir.a- lia i t'ie ma:--. I"iwf carl a ynunic l:Iy in the fami'y cf Mr. J.. 'v e'. K ie:i t" i!ii. St-neoa Co.. O . of a o".iitti 'i ! ; ! ") th h art. of aut k vrar l.t.iJlnK. S'i- i i.Mi--M!:v uj.n tlie vrrze of the grave, ll'-r (. v . .1:1 ! fr.npl ept !e I !ie woulj u le. ari l . . .t .1 le t.i:i--'ifi r.l t be I.-.4 I. 1 1 r.- b .-tl i"ir.-, r t'.i 1 ite:!i t" impbe'.l. an M li'i .','.:::t)'ir nf a.--. vi-K-. OVo. of a cua"i i'. ! ) !.. h ol l ee:i a:fi ni r sevrr.tl v. arn. ri.rre i...tt -ire. C. I.. J W: -n. KQ . '..ierf tt.e Per.r.-1 l".ia:.rv l!j'.k. o' a c.iii-'i .iti i :e:ierril lrti!i!y "f t- i' 111 :i:ii' H!i.liia-. winch it ww frare.1 woull V r.n 11 l!l .-..:iU'Ut"l HI i:ie I... it! - i-.jre.lt.' K W .fi n. M-mer f C rurr. . ?i- .-ii H.j. II- wrote 'r un a!itr.Btn C ty to hi f tm i;y ::i " S. ti 1 m-- exprf-s oii- l.. tt e ..f St. J M.' f.. ix'i a'.l ni'i i"pt. .ii svrjp. r!.i.!i I w.mt f r a fr . -. I. 1'i.e h to- I ol.: n i t!ie .1 iy 1 '.eft loon.-, f ue l mv V v. re .-,. .1. 1 a!... t :t I ., frieit ! " 1 ! ' 1. e i''t'e r t ov I t-iex.vllent he:;!i. a ;.-r ..f M t1.-r. K-q . of i:.ti'om. l. S'i- was a:Ki. tr- l it!i a ery strtiv 0 ;ti a:i t pun in her si le al ut . x K nr Ure h..il.- rtr- ! Mr. J St.iT.-r. re ir ir- r-t-.t-t ! . I'.i . '' a .ii-' a-- f t l inT yr ar-' r lo.iiti.'. w n-ti p-.-a . ii' l 'n il fr n .I h ir.l work. oe p'-yu-:fi .... tor. ! Mm l-r Ov-p-p-.a. a i l n..:i. r f r e :i-n ny ti ..11. a Mi. '.it ;itr ir !:i i I V r.-'.,f'. t John's Cinifii aiil l'..tiU'nptin fvrup." siy t'.e ?aTnia-Wv l--.n H-r.t. "n an eoel ent rciiu.ly '.ifMOK'n ai.. col. I-: in fart. - ! 'o t k:i .w itM-nu.tl. Niini-r.iiii oae have eoine timt-r our ol-erva?i"ii. ii wh.i li t'.e patient, app ireot'v Mtii.n-tC UtJ.ler 0 'iiMi:npti..'i. h hrefi re-t.-re I t tie.il li r y n-n-e. Vc have u-eJ It (feat ,io-h in our ..wn Mnnly." Sit Inttle i-uif. Ir. Sro-f.-r. 3 resperuhte oi l .-ti ! p!iy-i i.n. of Or - n. U no- II- .n oi:io inotith i-.n:-fitir.i to hi h- .l with a itieae of the lunrs. Seveti pl.y.uM v. le 1 li-.ui. an.l axrefi .n tin: briief that t. coii'. l not recover. Connecticut Mr. KIwaM H. K ivh.r. . TTa C.'tine licu'. wp.te lec. 1 ". I-V- : liavir.ic tra. . ii. i throUK'i a Kteit p irti-oi of t ie Western cuutrv. I I--fame a.-.j.n n-el with v -'ir p .p iUr ' iiit i a-i t O. ti. Mj nptioti Syup. whi. 'i i rv extensively u-r l iti tl.r rti-.!-Tii nori.l. I wi to kn .w if ..i: l ave ageney iu New-V .rk Cty : if ' have. to.e inf Tin me bv return nnii. wi 1 ir ;i(.-rit. mil here. a. 1 a fit .".tiie tor my-.il av l fr. Mi.l-. who are -u ! noi; w-th c-'ii! aii-l mI Ii I'yo 1 . 1,,. atf.-tn-y 01 New V-tk. 1 nl -n I the i i..::ry t y .u !.-r a f .e. Tie i-e ri .n.i in- wh it aiil lie til expeu-- ..f t n r it 'i n uiaK t. :-tl.-. .l-hv. rel ei e V'lkt'i'v Mv h i-i.e.. , n l ro.liii( 0:1 the New V.-t ati.l ew ll.iv, 11 It t-lro 1 I. I thin u S) rnp the jjr-.'ite.t .r- r! i-i ti ea-.i ' l for (..::!(!. an l My wtle - i v- l - atio it v. ! h -r life nice m Mi.-h ir iv. a-. t -a . '.: i-t,'i ant t-. K wall- ;t it in the hou-e." I0W1 Mr. F W. llr.. V,. a w, l:-kr:o:i we-,!0-y - ti I u of Ncf t .'1. low t. .1 I to the pr. pnef.T o! St .1 In. j C.oiiih an I '..!iU'iip-ue rup: "loi h y-n. wool 1 e- t:tll.-h iitl .ie'l'J 111 Ur pi.i.-e ;..r the .-.lie of V - il' M 1 ..f. 1 ,- i.i.ler it i. itiy r 'i- ir I i at.y p pratiori ,:i t .. w i M '.T .t mi. i I ir p ;rp. -r. It ins mo.I my 'i a: i restore I in.- I.is 'iln.l a i I rolxl.t 1 c.i ti.. ! e I 4i fir ic 'ii-- it ii eoii-.iiiipf.'ti a. t ho e-'ti-i'let e.l lo-y.. .1 ti.e re k !i o' iin-ln-iar. It von iton't e-I '.h i-li a'i intern y hi our pi.n e. I carry lurk ai'h in- a siipp v f r :i v Self ail 1 S'Ver,,, ..I tr.y iro'li'ls. V"U inu-t ll 't e;i I ., than ;i uro.s of!i,c I ire hotiies. 1 eu!'t s. II ll; f gi tti t,:y ::i.vel:." Illinois -Me-,r. W.i'Um A lain-. (.' II .trie. I '.. wroie. April 1. i..-: " ,-e i I ns a siiiip'y "f ' it ' i4; ami 1'-"i uii.pt ion vrup. e aie entirely i. It i. ' oi vj i. re.l l y ih -e wtio li iv- m-.1 i; a- t'.- very ' -t ri'ii-'ii ni -n. mie ri.-w in us- ." Mr.Jot.n l..,ilni.l. K. en Vowtship. Sen-c i ('.... i. , em. .1 of a rouu.i of ten ye ,r-' st t.a.i.ri l.y . n- f J. .tin's Coinrh iniU I'onsiinipti m sy. -;;p. NCW-York 1 is tr nih; ! w P, a v- y s.-v-i-. . . ami r-... an-t w . - . t. '.-e a, f . ... i ' l.i . -t. a'H.ve my l.re.a' I. I tn i ie u f -f e-. n i--:t; -of I. I. S: J .: ii 1011 . :n I '. n-'.-op ' :i svi'.p. ! w is .li reil-ve I. i i . 1 l -i. 1- ..f -. ik l.-:."f af -r.le I in my ..wn ea-e. ::;! in.- ro r.il h ' t:" t- i- r of tin. ine.l:. ir.e. I t iko p i-- i:. r - .:o u.-!. i.-.a t -A!i arti. Ie of r. at v . I". Will -. IV .n N. . K II Ir ail Me.li.-i;... ,-.-. w! ... w i' fir..-, -J. John s ,iinatie Kraijs I I.. Sf J h . t '-. I i!':n Clty.O..ieaerl . r.t- f. 1 t'.e - . . .- CITY BOOR STOKE! A. J. VIELE, Havins removed to his N tr ofiJ ''on modiut Store, on t't corurr f li a Mut ton and Jfichhjan Ave it urn, d,r icily oj-f onii' tii Hankiiij (ijii-c of J. I '. li.iilfil Ji Co., I 7',"t''-I':t!iii.i ii:e.- to the eiti.ns f Lansirp f and vi. it,n , ti.at he is pretuileil t ) suppl J them with the iiiit coiiiplete ?tH-k of HOOKS. .TIAI. vr.VTIS"!tY, Wall Taper, Fancy Goods atid 1 1 1 umei i'-a eer brotlirht into this market. i HIS STOCK CONSISTS UF RELIGBU'S, SCI cntsfie. Miseelliiiieoij?-. ami ail tin xaiums kinds of SoIhm.1 and Blank BHik in eoin nioil USi'. Letter. r.ti,ciinriietci ll mile, and fancy Stationery, envelopes, cards, card-t usi's, poll am' steel pctis.re ward of mer rit, penholders, pe:i--i)s,jMirt miifiies, w a I lets , M rrtrs, hair and cloth brushes, slates, li.ioring extrac's, cologne, hair oils, pomadtts, hair dye, fancy toilet soaps, black, blue j.tpun and rarmine inks, mucilage Ac, alliums, fans, lith: graphs, steel engravings, gilt moulding, cord and tassel for 1 icture fiatnes, cur ta ns and fixtures, t.i! canvas and ARTIST Materials for pair.tin A!n, cheap publicatin of al!kind-; Hatj rr, Goley, Graham, Peterson's, Mrs. Stephens, Arthur, Knickerbocker, Emer son's A Putnam's, Ec'ei tic, Frank Leslies, RnllouY Dollar Atlantic :.nd California Magazines, Yan kee Notions, Nic Nax, Bro. Jonathan, N. Y. Ledger, Mercury, N.Y. Weekly, Hatper's Week ly, Frank Leslie's, Ballou's Pictorials, Picayune. Police Ga.elte, Scientific American, flipper, Por ter's Spirit, Flag, Novelette, G.-imni Lcslie,Spir itual Telegraph and Waverly. Thankful for past lavors, wo hope to receive a share of public patronage. Iyl74 It Ii I la U i a AND LUMBER YARD. I HAVE on hand ami for s;l -, a large aiol wel Si lected stock of PISE L U M BER, Embracing all the different thickiiessi and qual ities in general use. A large lot of Sized B .v d for Gothic houses and lart.. Any a t.oiift first, Se-cotid and Ci tnti'on ineh, ii.t ! nn-J a fourth flooring, which I ofler very hw f..r ash. AUo, :',' ,li'i't fret of Sr.Vitlin lfd Joints, of all lenirlhs and sizi s. Roof Boards, Board and Stick Lath. 1 .o,hk choice Shaved pine Shin gle. A largv a:iout:t ''t Hewed Timber. Has and Whitewood I.uniS. r, Ah .vi 1 I'.j-soo.j Flooring. The al'ove himher w.'l be -.I I rei-)i : .ir. s ed a- desired, as I !, iv.- A I'laiiiin Jlaeliine andean tiil all bills of wotk atid nut-ria! fr tin entire hni-'hing of l.oti-e-5. All o ntuon sie of Pine and Whitewood Boors for s.i'.- lo. Those in want of houses or buii ii. g maUri' will do well to give me a call, for I am Sound t compete with a'l competitor;, let the -rice b what it may. All kin ds of prod u e and occit--io:;- a'ly a horse, wason, watt li, or good ca-h nott taken m pait jmv for bunding or Houses anc Its. ' ' C. C. DoBGE. Lansing. Januarv I, Is.'y. lt!C T.iki; L l BY THE SUBSCRIBEIi, on the "J ".h irist.,s Brown Mule, about four years o! 1. He is ii god condition, and is a pretty nice animal. The owner is requested to prove p:op rtv, nav charg. s, and take him aav. ROBERT REECE. Larisir.s, (3d ward,) March rjol "w .olie to Ilie lntlie. I ENl'INE Liquors, imported from ;!.. Bonded vT Custom's Warehouse, at Montreal, can l had from the tavcling aent at Lxnsing durin" the ses-ion d the Legislature. Tho-e intending w purchase can judge of their quality at cithei the Columbus House, Benton House, or a: EI- gnrsSalcon. Further comment would be un necessary. N. B. Prices in keepicz with the time?. P.. H.ALLISON, 1 9.m3 Moatre-d As-.Tit. Col-tmhut Howe, Lintiny, Jan. 13. '5a. If ew Firm. THE subscribers having recently associated themselves tozethc-r under the name ot the Landing Planing Mill Comnanv, for the purpose of manufacturing Sash, B.mds. and D'Xirs also. Plaining and Matching aJ kinds of lumber, ana filing all bills of work for the entire finishing of houes, would respectfuL'v Invite the atter-yo of all having business in our line, to give us a call, as we are now prepared to receive all or ders, and do the work ia the best possible man ner. Shop opposite the Presbyterian church, on the river. Middle Town. C. C. DODGE, JAMES JOHNS, R. A. BAILEY. Ltaclcg, June 4, ':7. let IllOr. FOIIXDRY. THE undersigned are prepared to furnish at short notice, Stationary K n S i n v 2lill Gearing. Ware House I Joist ins Apixiratus, And all varieties of Iron Work. Repair-Work on Propellers, 'tea:ner and Saw Mills executed prompt'- and thcroughlj. tilt A MM roi.MMtv. YITE are prepared to execute order of any M size for Drasa and Composition Castings, promptly. 07 Glol-es, Oil Cups, Valves, Journal Boies.Ga use C och s.C il i nder C m is, Steam W'histUsfor Steamlxxits, Locomotives -lills; Hells for Ftu tories, Steamers, and Locomotives. Iron Kailinr A: Vc-rniiilali. "llE are prepared to execute all order lor II IRON" RAILINGS, for private Imildings, Churches, Public Spiares. a:td Cemetery Lots. t?f" I orner of Filth and oodbrnige streets, opposite Machine shop of Michigan Central Kail; read, Detroit, Michigan 7Ivl JACK St t. A WILEY. NEW JEWELRY ST0HE. f 1LI.ETT still has n hand a tine assortment jr of tine Gold and Silver cased Watches, tine Jewelry, Cameo, Mosaic, Florentine and Gold Stone Brooches, . locks ot almost every descrip tion, w hich canttot fail to suit customers. Yankee Notions, of all kinds, which will be sold cheap for ready pay. Walolics Clock, V Jewelry, repaired, and warranted, on a scientific principle GII.LETT has now in his emplov, Mr. E. W BAKER, late from Jackson. All work entrust d our care will be promptly executed. Respectful! v. 1. GILI.F.TT, Jr. Lansing, May 1st, lS.'.H. US KO Ii" TlTKKAi7L ,YlL l)K. itoous A.i statioi;kv. rPHE rNI'ERSIGNF.D are dailv receiving a.! I ditions to their toek, ami are prepared to sell at Wholcsolo and Retail. As large and comprehensive assortment of poods in their line as can be found 111 the est. Their stock of Books embraces: Scientific, Medical, Clas-ical, Lcgri, School, As;ticukura!,J Theological, Historical, Juvenile, Miscellaneous, 3 Works of Science and Art, aud Siandaid Poet and Prose Writ rs, in every variety of style and binding. Citizens and strangers are respectfully invited to call and examine our stock. We havealfo a large stin k of Letter, Cap and Note Paper, Envelopes, Ink, Slates, Blank Boks, Fancy and Staple Stationery, in qualities, styles. and prices, which cut. not fad to please. Our arrangements for oiil.tining stock from first hands, and on the most l.txoral.lc terms, cii- a'.des us to oiler tonntry Dealers, Teat In rs, Li brary Committees, and others buying iu qtianli ties, liberal discounts from retail prices. In connection w iih jur establishment, we have A Hindi rif Blank BaJc Alanufartury. Lsingthe best of materials and empIo mg com pctent woihim ii, we are prep.ireil to fill orders in this line, atid can saf. l v guaranty satisfaction in allcas s. RAYMOND A SKLI.FCK, loll '.'ti Woodward Av.. D. tioit lmjoi'iaiil (o I'riiialrN. Tin: FAMIL Y MO V 7 1 Y 1 1' DEBS f.:'-' '':,7 ? ( NT. of the best medicines ..v 1-:": "'I f 1.. tit..... 1.. ... I 4'V'.V ' IIMl. i .71 J1' "."A ities and Painful Menstruation K.-??X - ? j 1 he coiiiliination .f inredi flitfSA iV C!.t in these Poi' d. rs is the ic- siilt of a long and evtensiv practice. Thev are mild f correcting all irregularities, Painful Menstruations, removing all obstructions, w hether from cold oroiln rwise, headache, pain in the side, pa'pitation of the lieart, iistutbel sleep, which atise from intentiption of nature TO MAlti:ii:i LADIK.S Those powders are invaluable, as they will biing on tlie inrtntlilv r.eiiod with regulantv. Ladie who have lictn disappointed in the use X other medicines, can J lace the utinet confidence In Br. Wat soii's Pow 1I1 rs doing all they rep resent to do. notici:. There ione condition of the femah system in which the Powd-T cannot be taken without pro ducing a PF.CPLIAR RESl'LT. The cond.iion referred tois PREGNANCY the reult, MIS CARRIAGE. Such is the irresisUble tendency of the medicine to restore the sexual function to a normal condition, that ctcn the reproductive power of nature cannot re.ist it. Warranted purely vegi tabic, and free from any thing injurious. Explicit direciens, which should (. read, tici otnpatiy each p kne. Price, sent by until to any part of the lni cd States, secure from il.mceroribs.-i vatioti. A Idres, W. R. WATSON, M. D., No. 7, Eattf G. nesi-eSt., SiraeuM-. N. Y. iiVj 7 riTiTit n trrT Cflp.lic Flijsirian and Snr'on, Would most respectfully announce that he will visit Lansing on the loiitteenth day of every month, for the p'.rpo-.. of meeting patients f- ilicted with Chroiiie or Lingering Di.-ca'cs. lhxjjis at the- Lansing House. Dr. Kermott h,ts j., ),is f.(.sC!i.. certificates from, and is permitted to rel r to hundreds ol gentlemen of hi'h standing arid rcsjivetabilitv, in Detroit, London, Toronto, and other cities and towns, w ho, Laving Teen n duced to the bord-r of the grave fn-:n Liver Complaints, i sj.j,sia, and ol!:er il:se.i-. s, n.i :aing tried in va;n tin :r physician's pre-ci iptione, and most of ibe quack tio-trums lor the et.te t, tho-e di-ca-es, aif now, from the u-e of his Vegetable M-d:i:incs, in ti e enjoyn.ent of p' lbct health. Dr. Kermott ha", in the cities of London and Detroit, dutini: the !.i-t sev. ri Tears, adininistt red the diff.-reiit remeilial ag'-nts ol the V-L'etab!e Kifigd-iiii to thou-and f patiofits, ifi alu.o-t ev ry Tariety of il:s. ;i-. , jt!, unparalleled su ces. His medicines are en dusiely v.-gctable, .fid such is are safe and efheacious in the cure of disease, without enUiiir g on the patient any of those .nis.-rii-s experienced from mineral foot!S. Chronic or Lingering Diseases the Lungs, Liver, Kidn -ys, M!l, Scrofula Cat.cers, all in.puri 'ie of the b!H, J, an ! a'i di.-is of Won.ei. and Children, treated suce-.-fuIIy. Dr. Kermott ha- had rre.it. exjieri-rice in dis- ea-:-s ot tlie t. n-'st ari'f er-ou M'stem. curint: Is of c i--s j.roomifed incur-ible bv othf 1 Tibvslciane. NO CHAliriE FOK CONSULTATION JfSf" T)r. Kermott's re-idcr.ce, Detroit. En- tra:;ce to D;speri-arv, No. 14 Congress etreet; enra-ice to oflice, Griswold :reet, fir.-t door from Cor-re-s. Dr. K-rmott willaTso visit Orndsgathe 11th, Eaton Rap! Is the 1-th. and Mi-,n the i:th ot everv month. 1 2S? NEW JEWELRY ESTABLISHMENT. rT"IIE un d.-r-'gr-d would respectfully inform JL the citizens of Lansing and the surround inz country, that he hts permanently located ir. Lansing and opened a shop for the Repairing of Watch. (Iwki, Jealrj-. vr. one door north of Elliott's Hardware Store, and directly oppo-ite Bii'irrs' Store, where he wili be hapj'T to accornmo'late all those wishins ar.y thinr in' his line of business on short notice, feeling a.-ured that he can give good satirfaction. Also, cor rar tly on har.d a splendid assortment of Gold and Silver Watches, Breat Pins. Brace lets, Ear and Fin.-er K:n?. Lc. Lc, which can be had at the lowest possible rates. D. F. RATH. Lansiric. April 2.X.h. 1"'2". Wall I'aper, Wall laper! JUST received a fire assortment of Tajer Hangtr-g, which will be hAI cheap, one door north of Bagley'a Grocery, on WasLingtOB Aventie, at the Book Store of 171 WM.M.CAB. Ague Cure, rot THE frPrnnv rrc. - J - - 'f Intermittent IVver, or IVver anf Ar. Ilcniitlcnt IVvcr, C hill Tctcr, 2 Asu, Periodical Hradachc.orBilioJ. Headache, and Kilious I'cvrrs for tin whole class of dicae r nating in biliary derangement, ratvj ty the Malaria of miasmatic roantri N. one remedy is lov.dcr called f.ir U r.c.Tssittcs of the American rcotiloiT.,- ' snd safe cure for Fever and A sue. Sv" remedy w are now cnal led to iiJer, ijjj trial certainty that it will eradicate the dij! case, and with aura-uc. founded c-aj, iuai i.u ii..ii.t u;i iiox- iron 114 tsf ';'.i:-.fitity. y That vhuh protects from cr prevcnti t dUortKr must le f immense httL-c ia t hi immunities v here it prevails. Pftr''u better th vi cure, for the patient esca'v, a rMi vliich he must run in violent attVljJ this baleful distemper. Hi CiEt" cxifi. the mia-matio rxivi of Five Axd from the sytetu and previi-.ts the devd' nient cf the disease, if taken tin thetirvj ,1 proaih f its piemon-.tory symptorav. It'j, :i. t only the Kt reniodv ever yet ditwrorr for tins el.iss; .f comj.'.aints "but aLi cheapit. Th? largo quantity we MnV. tr a l'.iar b:mg it within the reaeh cf cvtt i dy; a-nl in hi'iioti listriets where FrvrV w:I A .i r pnva'ds. every 1h.1v should Live it md v.v .t fr. ily both f..r cute a id pMevtii-n It is h 'pod tins jriee will place it wivhin fa n aoh of tb.e sior a w ell as the riih. . nat Mi;eriority f thi remedy tinr tr.r other ever discovered f r the speedy and cer tain euro of Intermittent is, that it cvntaim 1 IJuinine er mineral, t onwpicntly it pr. d ucs 11. quinism or other mjuiunu fffci-ti whatever upon the constitution. 1ue cured U it aro left as heJtl.v us if thev had ncTit had tho disease. lVvr ami Astici not alme the con ucr;c of tho mhi-matie oi.on. A great lanett i .lis. rd-t- arise fn-m its iriitation, ainoiij hUa 1:0 N. ur-.oia, Bh. uniritisfn. Gout, HeaJjeS. Bliti I e ss, T.anhailio. Faraihc, C 'atari K AtS-' mi. Palj'it.i'i.'n, Painful Aflection cf thj -pi v:t. llystetics Puin in the Bowels, Celf, i'.i'.aWsis, ritnl lerai.gcment if the MotuavL i.l tf whith. wlicn oiiginatirg in thi cm, jet t'ti the inteiiuitti-nt type, or bcvtuue iehod :i.i'. This 'i i:e cxihN the j.i-on fan ho IiIoih!. and t or.spuntly cures thcra lolvc. It is an invalaa'.le preteMiua to irumi .ratiis ni.d persens travelling or tcniporuj 1 siding it t he malarious district. If" takri ei :i.-i 1 ally or daily while txjxssd to the ir. :c. 'ion, tl :it will be reteil from tl.Ofvstim, if.d cannot ft( uim.hito in MiflieiiT.t quantnv oiij in into I s ase. Hence it is teu nu re al'iuMi- for pn ti etion than c;.re and lew ml; r s(.,:r.r fiom InteiiuitteutN if tlxy Kij thi nisi Ivis t f the pti textinn tla remedy af !..r.I.. Ayer s Cathartic Pills, FG.T ALL THE FUr.PCSES CF A FAMILY PHYSiC. ir s,, conipDsed that '.i-ct.e wiihin the nrce f ": t I'.cli. u can ran ly withstand cr tai!e tbm. I l.eir pent tr.ifni! pn.pcrf.tsi m ar.h. ai.d elrit v, ..inl in i ;..i.ite i very j'.'ilioii t.f tl.p Imiuan tirjrin. :u. t'ir. ciinr il iliM .ised actinii, ami nMnt its I t -ihhy it .'.ilie. A a coi;m-iI.i tire tif Sm II i . 1 ties, il.e it.ealiil who ii iaiwrd tlimn viU ' .in or pit) steal tlel ilify i astoiiisltrd to find L hf ;h!i r n i ry rstind by a remedy at otxe w :.: 1 ! liti:! ini:ii p. Not t.t.h do t!.i et.rc the iy-i!ay rtirriiiirfi f oiri lo.'i, I i.t s. many ffuhdnlile u.l ho t: 11. us i:j ( a-i s. I t e ii'-TUit la low tlll,ri a 1. .-i.l I ft n i-h t..tis tii y Anieinaii A!niti', t 1 tii if g ' it i ).: ti s t.f th. sr t Mies imil tlirtntnr 'i II. t r e-e in t!i f..''..i'.v in 1 i!ii;ia.nls : (ifn . lit -ft' (.. Hi iK-'.t hrn 1 liioijUoiH dinudtr,4 ' i' .,,, li, .V. ft .. Iiw'i;i , '! t n ami Korid I,- ft t.'.c I'.oi'r's, toilu'tinu. hat of Avy- ' 1 . J'. ,i.,!. 1, an. I other Liueicd coii.plim's 1 - i - ft. tn a low Kl ite t f the body r i alnirtio : :; fmeti I . 1 1 of I...- put olT ly unprincipled Dealer uk t hr 1 ill li.ey 'niaUe more piotit u. XA t .Wi n s l ii.is. ai d take nothing !. lyers Cherry Pectoral i. u Tin. nru eruE or fe.tds, liifhii'iiz.i, Ilonrtram, t t)iip, IlroiH hiti. Incipient onsia. tMsti, mill lor the relic! of 'outkUnjifiT I'.iticnts in udvanced Mnjc of b ltcast .v.t.;.'.r i ihr full of it list full ndo : 1 , ie the rase il its cures, that liwat 1 1 m . tinu 1. 1 to'ii.tiy nloniaU in jhtikw ji ' ! i.owi., who l. i' i-lK n r st.in if fioni lifiu.- 1 t ttii ties.! lif !iseas t.f ihe lung Ink e. V u om e tr d. its superiority 'rr nrj r tut t i. 11 cf i's ktt.rf is tn apparent toetrv -en : li e, ! I:d win i- its eiitiit s i.rr Lr.own, It ' Ii.- 1 . ! 'i r l.sitaie what antidote to ee.jo t' c i'i-fr '.s:ir; : i.il tii l; rt US iilfeCttnti tt tt 'ti 1 1 ry org-1 that j.p- ui. i.leut to our cliiutf. tn", 1 y ;tif. rii r r-1. k'!. thmst tpm tf . 1:1 ii v Ic.ee f..;:td at.d la-e-n diaranlei tL s ...t.i ti fiieo.is I v T trial, runfrtrcJUteia . t :e a'i'i. !d thtV ran' wur fir.;t, nd p .-. .i turf. t. t, it. i rot.s and text retuirkali to fir "tteii. n:i l-.i;i'i PV J. f. VAt & to. I.OWKl.L, MASS, Ii. THAYKK, I.nnsii p; J. W. TtelpilCa Mason; Nath. Charr.p, Onondaga; Braoci sf,. Slfi.f U.ri.t.rt. at..! all tit a!er b IficiS even where. Wh'.lt sale l.y Farracd k WUV on, I't troit. IMPORTANT ASKOUlVCElIEIi. JUST PUBLISHED!! 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