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tanrn ftVERT TUESDAY MOBSIMf BT isrcw1'" Vg0 Itt BC8I5I88 CO JMCSICATIOS S BHOCID II1VDII99IV TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: ta by mailor otherwise, per year, tt,ihe.erate$.injlexibly in advance t 1 10 17 rK.ork BromptlT and neatly executed Order for Printing and Binding of every des- .rmtion.aresoiiciteu. iu cwuucvwwu giaW, he facilities of this establishment ar 1naalea. , . Rate of Advertising. Jrfata fur-h ubeiuent publicatioo.for any period 3 wovm. C "TH 1 Vn j W IJ :!;:::: 12 20 JO IS.... . a ... .... 3" U .... H S L. twr'T A IvertUnient have the privilege of three rThV-rlyratepplyt re;?u.ar and ordinary A lverimer.t, onlj. All other charged by in "r , Tuesday Mornlnp, May 24, 1859. Co.NsECEATIoS OF J?T. 1ACL's KlMSCOrAC Purti H The new Episcopal Church, in this c:tT H1 he coiisecr.ite.1 by the Rt. Rev. Samuel A McCrosJ-ey, Bishop of the Diocese of Michi gan, on Suiid) next, TJlh mst, at L-alt past ten o'clock A. M. A collection will bo taken at the am time to assist iu the completion of the pay ment f.r said rhurch. jESUL Mr. PaviJ Wait, of Delhi, Locofco School Inspector, hag notified us that "no Mi? orth has l-een inspected'' by the Delhi Board, nnd that " no one has refused to pre a sentence n h' he -m j.rtnent." Wc may be mistaken in the u i,t of the young lady eiaaiined, but we believe the statement we mado to be sutHtahtially correct. plRI. On Saturday last a fire occurred in the first ward of our city, which resulted in the destruction ol a t-o story dwelling house, owned by Mr. Boaidmaii, ami occupied by Mr. Fmcry, princtpul of one of our 1'i.ioti schools. Torrent company No. I, were prompt and en ergetic ia their effort. to extinguish the flame, but for the want of decent hose were able to render but little assisteiice. The Hook and Lad der company were on hand, and did elT-ctivc service. The loss is estimated at . Distressing Accident. On IViJaof hat week, a distressing accident occurred at the Lower Town, in our city. It appears that a number of children have been accustomed to muse theiu9elviB by riding on logs as they are brought in upon trucks to the saw mill. On this day one of them took along a little girl, a daughter of C. P. Ten Eyck, to enjoy the ride, but carelesoly letting it falI,Ofie ol the wheels of J the truck ran over it, crushing its Lead and kill- ine it instantly. At the same time another of of the children had a foot severely injured iu the same manner. Lot children take warning. A KrmurltaM Ititok. Hints iowards Physical Perfection: or, thk Philosophy or IIcmix I'factt; show ing how to Acquire and Retain Bodily Sym metry, Health, and Vigor; secure Ing Life; and avoid the Infirmities an I Deformities of Age. By D. II. Jacques. New York: Fow ler and Wells, publisher, o3 Broadway; SI. This is a work which, if we mistake not, is destined to command almost universal attention, and awaken everywhere a deeper interest in the physical improvement of the race than has yet been manifested; as it shows hew certain and easy this improvement may be made by the use of the perfectly legitimate means therein pointed out. Its revelations of the laws of human con figuration, on which symmetry and beauty de pend, arc not less interesting and important than they are noTel and surprising; showing, as they do, that the form and features of even the ma ture man or woman (and much more those of the child) may be modified at will, and to an almost unlimited extent that we have the power to change, gradually but surely, the shape and ar rangement of bone, fiber, and fluid, tints grow ing, day by day, more beautiful or more ugly, according to the direction given to the vital forces. It will be found deeply interesting to both sex es (but especially to women) and to all ages; and wo earnestly commend it to all for whom health, strength and beauty have any attractions ; to parent, as a guide to the right performance of their all-important functions and duties ; to teach ers, who may learn from it how to develop the minds and bodies of their pupils harmoniously together; to young women, who will not look iu vain ifl its pages for the secret of that womanly beauty and personal attractiveness which they very properly desire to possess ; and to young men, who will find it a manual of rules for the development of those high qualities of physical tigor and manliuess which will command the ad miration of their own sex no less than the love of the other. Illustrated with twentv plates and large number of cuts, executed in the highest style of art. CITY ORDINANCES. I BY AUTHORITY. A N ORDINANCE RELATIVE TO XXD0G3 AXD SLITS. Samo.-J 1. Te Common Cowii eifft CVy r Laming Acrtfy onlain. That all owner of dtp withia the limiu of thia eity ahall pay a tai or pea alty thereoa of one dollar per annum, and three dollar a tj tint owned by them or in tueir pe-Kin 8e. It ahall be tho duty ol the eity treaauier to call a erery owner of a dog or alut and demand of him the fWiiakl tai or penalty ; and if aid owner baU neirlcet lefuw fer tire day to pay aaid tas or penalty, he ahall hable to forfeit aut pay tea coot per dav fer each and 7 thereafter that he shall to neglect or refuse, the awMoat to be sued for in the name ef thi eity, and that aid treasurer shaJI he entitled to receive for inch eollea- a tea per eeut- of aU money so eollectei!, which nam aall W in ben of all other ehanre avainat .aid citv. See. S. If any iog be found lighting in the etreets of alJ vne owner or owners ef mid dog or dog thau e taed the lum of two dollar for each and every time aU dog or doa ahall be found nrfhtimr in aaid atreeta, to e reeovered same a other flue are collected, nnlea the v owaer of Mid dog or dog kill the name within threw day. 8e.4. It thall not be lawful for any dog 1o be allowed ran in the tttMti of ki. itv nnla the owner .hall. ft the Snt day ef June, in each year, to the fifteenth -wywi September thereafter, cause the mi roe to ee mux w in each a manner that the don cannot bite, and fi g feond rnnniog at large, w thout a muule, the wner thara.( .K.ll r.m tVia n.lt of ton eent. fivr verv 7 be (hall neglect to eau-e uch cog to be mun'ed "w ne uiau be notified by th ninwhal, or any watcn awreontabl,that uch dog I running at large with eat a nank 8m. ft- AU dog found running at large withowt any aer, or for which no owner ean te found, are hereby "elated a nuisance, and it ahall be the duty ft the niar- wat,wr any watchman or constable of thia city, to kill U each dot. fctvw. T&ia ordinance haU taV effect In ore day after t rabneaUon. Done at the common council room, thi ITth day of a, a a. ibo9. 11. IL r-Mini, Jf.iyor J. 0. Ra&iMlx, Cirri . AN ORDINANCE RELATIVE TO THE removal axn untiAi. of nevr antmaia tecnos I. Ik it onUiineJ l- tKs Omtmim Council the "fy 9f Lmiimg, That any dead animal found nnhuried hin tho nmiu of the eity of Latiog, shall be removed w boned, either within or without the citv limit, bv ba city narwhal and at the espenso of the owner of aaid wtad aaiaaal if such owner can bo found, and if inch war cannot be found, then and ia that case the apene wea removal ad burial shall be paid by the city, oec. 2. If th MMmfMi and nnhnried animal und a atom within tho city limit. ahaU refuse to pay to aeeeeaary eipeaee for ueh removal and burial for thre day after demand shall be made by the citv mar !, the earn may be collected of such owaer. with cost ait, by action of assumpsit er tre ass, in the name of the eity ,f LaSUng, Ml x .hall bo com pete at for nch clt7 aarshal to tewtif as a witness in such suits. .. at too cosnmon council room, this 19th dav of lav. a. DlIsm H. H. SUTTB, Jfctynr, an ordinance to restrain TABU.-H AMI KEGl'LATE A Kl'M. &ecno.i 1. The wmmnn itiuacu oj me cug of Lannng ker.Ly ovJUiin, That it kball not be lawful for any twine, hog, shoatsanl pi-t to go at Ure witb.n the limiu t,f .aid e,ty, and it ttiev ball be found running at large within th- lim.t ;f raid eity, it kbail be lawful for any person, and it .hail be th duty .f any puu.d ma-ter, or the marshal or aoy an. ta ble of aail city, to drne the same to pound within aid eity, or eaue the Kime t be o driven ; and Tor diivicij the aaine to pound a af..raid, the pound master, or manbal, or aoy per-on employed tr that purpje by them, kball loeut.t ed to r-c-ive the ion of five cenUf r every ung, Hioat or p-t tiriven tu bound. NfC. a. It haU be tlif duty ..f the marshal to provide a luiUble pound within naid city, and it hall be ti.e duty of the pouod mantrr t. receive and aMy k p therein ueh animal a may t- driven there under thu or any or dinance, until the iroTiaion f the ordinance tn'ier bleb they are iniouiidrd khai! be eomLhed with. tee. ii. the iobud muter who ilixll rem n nl i'n. eliare any aniina! a f jre-aid ahaii be tntt ed to a fee therefor of nit cent- &,r each animal, and f r kepinir and feeding the uiie, a um not oer ten eentu fur each day, which unw fer dn.n t pound, receiving and Wpinr, and all other um liai.le to be paid, ahall be paid to tne poun-i tnaaier Deiore ail tiogxtiall be re!ea.-ed, and i! tiaid fee nhall not be pai 1 within ISTe day, then aid found master may tell Mid animal at i.ubnc auction, at uid pound, givio at Iet live days notice thereof, by posting u nice at aaiu poun-t ana one notice in each ward in a:d eity ; and from the money ari.B from raid Bale to retain hut fees afureaid and t-o cercent on the amount of .ale for aeilwi; and iiin notice thereof, and return tne iuruux, if auy, to the owner l aid animal, r if no owner apar in ix montht, then caid turplut fhall tm pai.i inio me ciiy ireaxury. pee. 4. Any ter.o who ahall relea.se. or attemtit to re. lear any animal from laid pound, without Complying with the prov:niou.i of thia ordinance and contrary to the direction-) of cid pound master, ohail, on connction, be nned not more than twenty five dollar, or impriMined not eiceedirif ten day, or bth nuch fine and imprinoummt, in the rimeretiou of the court. Kor every hog or animal so driven t the l oimd. the owner ahall pay, in addition to all other eipen. provnlel Or thm ordinance, the turn of ten eent.t te paid tu the pound masUr, and by him pant into the eity treaiury, and the pound master ahall Le-p a correct ac count of erery animal driven to the pouud and shall re port tii the council every month the number of au.maU and the sums received. N:c. . And it vhalj be the dutv of the round master to furn h nuitable amount of teed for any hog or oher animal imfoundod by this ordiuance. ec. Th:saet nhall take effect w.tlun nix darn after it publication. lkiie at the common council room, thia 1 Ttli dav of May, A 1 1SJ. II II SMITH, Jjor. J. O. rUMiui., 1 Ifrk. AN ORDINANCE TO DIVIDE THE CITY I.T IIIUAWAV LISir.lCT-. n-n.is 1 77,P Wm I 'Mtlri ilht city if Ixt. imo -r.l, i.r-l i,n. I ilut each ward dit'i t hll If a l.th.. v .i.,:,i-t. an I tl.:it d highway d.'lr'ts h b .(in !-.! :md friinl.-r-f ss the aeveial warN rep-riv. ly a e t, .uudt-l oumiwl, and tht one or ni..ie iii-j t r Iw s; j-)iiifed l..r each highway diitricl, w li liui t it .'hail te to aopei inten t nil Htreeti, bridge., rulv.-rt- nud di; iii, undt-r the sui i viniim of th ci'T nnr ha'. Ilone at the ctiiiiii n c uncii rmra, thi lrth .f Hay, A l. 1N0'.. I! ii .JMiri, Vt-nir. XXX3X. In this city on the th ins.. Iiu AntLLf. ot.lv child of Caasius P. and Euphuni iTen Fyck, aged year, 3 months, and 25 days. S V E C I A h N OTICKS tjlfu K:iuirrr, of tH-tioit, will beiu Out ndaa on the 1UU, Eaton Rapi.Uon the l'.'ih, M.im.h nth and at the I-aiwiDij l..Use, tanning, on the 14th days of ev ery month, to attend to patient alllictel w,ih ch" ; lingering diwaaej. See advertUment. IMPORTANT DISCOVERY. RELIEF IS TF.S MINTTKs! ! BRYAN'S PCLMIXARY WAFERS ARE unfailing it the cure of Corcns, Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis, Sori Throat, IIoarsfskss, Dirri cci.t Brkathino, Incipient Consumption, and DisKASKst or the Lcnos. Thev have no taste of medicine, and any child will take them. Thou sands have been restored to health that had fore despaired. Testimony given in hundreds of ca-es. A single dose relieves in tes hinctcs. Ask for Bryan's Pulmonic Wafers the ori- nal and only geniune is stamped "Bryan." purious kinds are offered for sale. Twenty-five nts a box. Sold by dealers generally. JOB MOSES, .Sole Proprietor, Rochester, X.Y. For sale by R. THAYER, k Co., Lansing. HooflaiiiT (irruiin Hitters. repair.! r.y isr. I . M .:.u k.v, will effectually cure Lit. er Cinjitint, lypep.ia. J.iuodice, Chronic or Nervou IVhihty, Iie,i-' of il.n Ki lnej, and all Iiea ari- miijf.ipm a 'lis irdvied liv-r in Stomach eiy family houl l iriv j i lt'l of thet-e Fitters in the house ONE IiO.- will iu-t.mll re'irve a in k stomach. ONE ISiE will rare tin ino-t distressing heart barn. t)E IHISE will allay any airit .t.. u t f the nerve ONE rSE taken an hour before ni.'.N. will give a good ppetit. ONE IXNE will in mny c-es cure U:e unst n?Tero headache, when procx-diiit; from iliror lrti.-d ktomarh. Tlie-e Il.t'e; can tie obtained tan I'riiCi.' -t' or seller I'atent Medicines in the I'mt. d Milled and ('aiiitd.is. rice .0 rent per buttle, pve that the H:(ntiire of C. M. Jack -on is on the wrapper of each bttle. Uw.'li Notice to (he Klrclorwot tlir Urst Wunl. HE Comm in ("ounr-ii of the City ol I an r hi v.- oinird a SiMrUI Election t Ih. h !d intliMi-' Wmd, aid Citr, on theUOih da of My, 1 vV, f.i- t,e purp-- eU-'in an A!Ierm:iti to till the varaiu-v k-' a.ioo. il bv the resignation of .1 lenn.in W.l lain II. Ilae. J.V. KAM'I'fl I., f.'v l-rk. cash! mm mm THE CASH TRADE AT IHGrEBSOLL'S. BEAUTY. STYLE. FASHION. VA RIETY AND ECONOMY Combined, ami within the roach of ALL! ladies and Gentlemen. Apply at lr.KMMjLi J examine Goods and Prices, and sec whether rvKitv- body keeps the it i i wv,l ii... i':... "" LUrJlCM OUA'K III WW LIl, OR SELLS THE CHEAPEST CASH FOR WOOL, AT lii:KM)MK. Lansing, May 2Gih, lSi'J. Sheriff Sale. BY virtue of an execution issued out of and uuder the seal of the circuit court for the couuty of Ingham, to me directed and delivered 1 Lave levied upon ail tne rignt, line ana uueres of Austin Paine, in and to the following descii bed lands and tenements to wit : The north part of the north east quarter of south west quarter and the north Part f south cat quarter of sec tion isn thlrtv-one: also, all the right, title, and interest of B. M. Clark, in and to the south eas quarter of the north west quarter of section 3U thirtv-one: also. aU the right, title, and in terest of John M. Hudson, in ami to the south part of the east half of the south wesi quarter and the south part of the west half of south east ouarter of section (31) thirty-one. All the above described land being on section (31) thir ty-one, iu township (1) north of range (1) we countv of Inzham. State of Michigan, which shall expose for sale at public vendue, to the highest bidder, at tae court nouse, iu me iui; of Mason, on the 7th day of July, A. D., l$5i at one o'clock P. M. Dated, Mason, May 17th. 1859. EDY BAKER, MienB . 213w7 XOTICC. THE combined Map ef Ingham and Zi"ri: ntjn Counlie is now readv for delivery. Subscribers will please take notice and act accor dingly. UEIL, llAKLfci Mar 10. 1S59. 211tt Chancery Sale. Bco virtue of a decrttal order of the Circuit Court for the count? of InLaai, in CLaLce- ry, made on the Jeth d tr of April A. D. 1S5S, in a cause wherein David Gould U complainant an-J Mvphen S. ln.iney, K';za idLey, George A. Wallace, and E trot us VV. Uirties, are defendaxits, 1 will gtll at public auctior;, at the Court IIou.se, in the village of Mason, in ?aid county of Ing ham, on the 7th day o( July iiext, at one o'clock in the afternoon of that day, the lands in aid decretal order described, viz : lots two, (2) three, (C, six, (6) and seven, in l,lck So. sixteen, (16) in the village of Stockbridge, in the county of Ingham, and State of Michigan. Dated, MsV 2 , 1-59. GRIF1 IN PADDOCK, Circuit Court Com. of Intr'nam Countv, tilSwT Mich. I'robale .lotire. STATE OF MICHIGAN', Citmty ofIngham,s. At a sc.-ssion of the Probate Court for the county of Ingham, LoMett at the Pmh.te Office, in the village of Maion, on Monday, the ICth day of May, in the year one thousand c-igt hundred and fifty-nine. Present, Wni. if. Pinckney, Judge of Probate. lathe nutter of the estate of Oliver B. Rice, deceased. On reading and filing the petition, duly verified, of Doratha Rice, (widow of said deceased,) praying nmong other things, that letters of administration may be issued upon said estate to the said pet'tioner. Thereupon it is ordered, that Monday, the 2'th dav of June next, at 11 o'clock i'ti the forenoon, be assigned fur the hearing of said pe tition, and that the heirs at law of aid deceased, and all other persons interested in said ctate,are required to appear at a session of sai l ( o-irt, then to be Lolden at the Probate Olhce, in the village of Mason, and show caus.', if any there be, why the prayer of the petitioner should nt be granted: And it in furthtr order''', that said petitioner give notice to the persons interested in said estate, of the pender.cv of said petition. and the hearing thereof, by causing a copy .l this order to be published in the Lansing Aii'- l'utn, a newspaper printed and circulating in s-.iid county of Ingham, '. successive weeks, pre viou to said dav of hearing, f A true copv. J WM. If. PINCKNEY, :5wUl3 Judge of Probate. Probate .otiee. lTHEREAS, application has been made tome. If the undersigned. Judge of Probate lor th--county of Ingham, praying for the appointment of commissioners to appraise and ditide and set oh" the real estate of which Win. C. Leek die 1 seized, being in the township of Alaiedon, in srrd county of Ingharn, notice is therefore hereby given, that Monday, the ::ith day of May in t., Ht 11 o'clock A. M., has been designated for hearing said application, and that commissioners as above will be appointed upon said day if there shall be none of tho heirs or others interested in said estate present to oppose such appointment. WM. II. PINCKNEY, Judge of Ptobate. Lansing, May 2Sd, A. D. 185J. lw-JIS WATCH ES AND F. RATH has just received a large and well . selected assortment of Jewelrv, at his NEW STORE, One door South of Coryell & Jetton, couM-ting of all the Litest styles of ewely.Gold & Silver Walcties,k Havinp: purchased tnv Stock en tirely in the Eastern market, and f.r ( '.ixi, I tl it ter mvself that I can Pell Genuine .1. e!rv as cheap 83 any establishment v.e.-t ol the eirv oft New lork. I deal in none but the f L'hoicnt Varieties and moxt A-rir-i .V'..'v'i Having had a long experience in the hu ini ss. I am thus enabled to purchase the usntink ar ticle, and consequently none other are otlered at mv counter. Knowing that I can sell a better article for a less price than any other establish ment in the city of Lansing,! invite all who wisii to invest in my line, to give me a call before pur chasing elicwhere. Jlrtnembtr I D. r.RATII, one door South of Coryell & Jenison, Washing ton Avenue, City of Lansing. I keep a first class workman, aud one who can not be beaten at watch repairing by any woik man in the country. Hiswoikis warranted to be superior to that of any other ever employed Lansidg. rg? Watches and dock repaired and Warranted. I. I KATII. City of Lantinij, Matt 15, 159. HY STATU AI'THORITY !KVOTKr Tu rire IiiMirancc Eitliiirfl . Chirt'r I'rrfrt'itL C.t'H CU'IT.!., jjoo.uiMh, H AS.-KI ir-M.' S. I. I 'UVIS, IV-s:He! II k:.I.!.'i.:. see V. .iv i a i-eh otic,.;; s W. :1 St . C.ncm M 'I vl.ll I .ll, n. rit v.,t Aetit in the pone:pl I ities ar l I -ns i.i II i ok n MW'SESPKO.MPTLV IMII. .i ( li-atioo- veeeive I. an rlt-e !--o-i1 an I '-: -. lv .fl .lillflKOV'i..V.1ll , at I.iiisiiii' l.il- .vlorlas-i' Sale. DEFAFLT having been ina leni the conditions of a certain mortgage executed by Saiiiiu I II. Fisher to me, William eott, bearing date the liuhdiv td Mav, A D. 1S.!', and recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds of the coun tv of Ingham, State of Michigan, on the 1st day of July, A D. ls.io, in Liber l of mortgages, on page ":''., upon which said mortgage there i now claimed to be due tne sum ol one i.undred and thirty dollars, (13o) and no suit or proceed ings at law having been instituted tor the recov ery of the same, notice is therefore hereby given that said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale ot ail mortgaged premises, to wit: The north east quarter ot the soutn west quarter oi sec tion twentv one, in toanslup throe north ot range one west, (Alaiedon) in the county of I: ghain and State of Michigan, at: I containing forty acres more or less, at put-lie vendue, at the Court House in the village of Mason in said cor.r.ty, on the l?th day of August next, at one ocl.H a in the afternoon. Dated. May ;:;th, A. D. 1 :'. WILLIAM SCOTT, Mortgagee. Barnes & IlrsTiN.-.ios, Attv's. 14w2l2 Mu riff Sale. BY virtue ot or.e execution issued out of the Circuit Court for the county of Ingham, State of Michigan,to me directed and delivered, ia favor of John Ray nor, against il urn I . Haz zard, I shall sell at public auction, at the Court House in the village ot Mason, iti kiM county ot Ingham, on Friday, the 15th day of July. A. D. 1S5., at one o clock in the afternoon it that day, the following described real estate, to wit : all that tract or parcel of land situate in the township of LeRoy, county ot Ingham, tat? ot Michigan, bounded as fonows : beg-nmng at the south west corner of section seven 7 in said township of LeRoy, and running north thirty S'VJ rods, thence east twenty-three ..j rods, thence south to the south lice of sa d section, thence west to the place ot beginning, containing four and one half acres ot land. EDY BAKER, Sheriff. Bv I. H. VAXDERCOOK, Under SlieritL Dated, May 23, lS5y. t'wilS FOR MIL IT 01 SEand Lots 1 and 2. oa blot i j. C;tv ot Lansing, and a Farm in the township of Au relius, being the north half of the north-west quarter of section two. Terms easy. Enquire iJrVa. 'Oil i"w"HMffi i-7N of the subscriber, at mv phco of business. JAMES B. DIX0X. Lansing, May 1, 1S59. 210 Condi & Jenisoii RE now receiving direct from Xew Yoik, 2. Bo-oii, and Phi adelphia, one of the largest stocks of All fiOOOS Groceries, Boot, Shoes, Crockerv and Hard ware, ever before offered in this city, to which ! they invite the attention of a.l concerned. Knowing that monty i iff prtnt Itctr of .a win art'-on, and that people think more of their "dimes" than they do of anything else, and that the great absorbing question is, "Where can I trade the cheapest, and thereby save the most money ?" we answer ia as few words as possible, tlu.t this is X'l I M FZjACE, Where you can invest your money and obtain mor tr'oo-.l for a d-Alar than at any other Store in town. We have adopted the ready pay sys stem, and we are determined to make it an ob ject for ALL who wish to pay down for their goods to trade with us. A d.llerence of at least twenty-five per cent, (in favor of our customers) will readily tie seen, between our prices and those who tru-t. We mean what we say, and will satisfy all who call on us, that it is a ?. We particularly invite the La lies to examine our stock of beautiful Silks, Gloves, Shawls, Challies, Gauntletts, Skirts, DcLaines, Mitts, Embroideries, Cashmeres, Hosiery, Linens, Merino's, Trimmings, Undersleeves, Muslins, Ribbons, Collars, Gingham, Parasol?, Cottons, Cambrics, Hoops, Flints, And cerds and stacks cf other good, too numer ous to mention. To the Gentleman we would merely say that we are doing tome in the clothing line, and pro pose to clothe a man all over in a shape and style that his shadow won't be afraid tofollow him, and To the World at Ijargc We say give us a call and satisfy yourselves that there is one store in town where you can get the best of goods at astonishing low prices, as we are determined to seil goods cheaper that they were ever before sold in this market. No grumbling. or charges made for showing poods. Store in the Holmes & right block, one d nir south of Burr & Grove. CORVLLL V Ji:IM. Lansing, May In, 'of. l'or!iilc lor C'aIi or lAcliaue. rpW0 Melo Icons, one octave single reed.and X one Ti octave double reed, from the manufac tory of I luld A: to., Cleveland, O., the best in the V. S. For particulars enquire of Rev. Mr. Birkle, opposite the German Lutheran Church, Lower Town. 4w211 li-rilt al4'. 1)Y virtu I) under: irtue of one execution issued out of and the seal of the Circuit Court lor the county of Ingham, to me directed and delivered, I have levied upon all the right, title and interest of Charles W. Ball and Elliott H. Ball in and to the following described lands and tenements, to wit: beginning at the south west comer of the east half of the north-east quarter of section twenty-three, in towtship two north of rage one east, and running east on line of said lot five chains, thence north twelve chaius, j I hence west five chains, thence south twelve eh tins, to the place of beginning, containing six acr.M of land in the county of Ingham, and State of Michigan, which I shall expose for sale at public auction, on the 2Cdday of June, 1859, at 1 o'clock in the afternoon of said day, at the Court Mom..., in the village of Mason, in said count. EDY BAKU, Sheriff. ;(s. May P., 1650. Cw21 1 Prohale .otiri'. I F. OF MICHIGAN, county of Ingham, ss. O At a session of the Probate Court, for the eoiiii'y of Ingham, holden at the Frobate Office in the citv of Lansing on Monday the 1st d ivof May A. D. 1S.V.'. Present, Vm. U. Pinckney, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estate of Eunice Bryant, deceased. On read ing and filing the petition duly verified of Chas. D. Bryant, an heir at law of said deceased, praying that letters of administration may be granted to Tho. J. Ratnsdell, upon 6aid estate. Thereupon it is ordered, that Monday, tho 31st dav of May next, at II o'clock in the forenoon be assigned for the hearing of said petition, and that the heirs at law of said deceased, and all other persons interested in said estate, are required to appear at a session of said court, then to lie hol den at the Probate OiTije in the viii igeof Mason, and show cau-v, if anv there be, whv the praver of the pot:t:":ier should wt he granted: .-1ml" '.'" f'lr'h- r ir-J' cd, that said petitioner Cha. I I), llivir f, g've notice to the persons i terested in said estate, ol the pendency id said petition and l'i.' Hearing thereof, by causing a copy of th: order to ! published iu the Landing . y, .,','. vt i, ,i newspaper printed and circulating in said c.iint v of Ingham, for "sucees-ive weeks previous to s i'-.l d iv of hearing. A true copv. WM. II. PINCKNEY, ;,w 21 1 Judge of Probate. Morlsa.e Salt'. DEFAFLT having l-eeii made in the payment of a certain sum ot money secured to be paid bv :.;i indenture of mortgage, bearing date she twe ntv-tifth day of November, A. D. 1551, executed liv Aaron Norris and Louisa X orris, his wife, to David G. Mo 'hire, and recorded in the oiiiee of Register of Deed for the ColltltV of Ingham, in the State of Michigan, on the 10th .lav of Docoriio-r, A. D. lSit, at u o'clock A. M., in liber seven of mortgage, on pages C14 and 15, bv which default the power to sell contained in said mortgage, ha become operative, on which indenture of mortgage and the note promissory to secure the payment for which it was given, there is claimed to b due at the date hereof, the sum of two hundred and twenty-one dollars and seventy cents (22l 7'), and no suitor proceed ing having been instituted it law to recover the debt secured by said indenture of mortgage or anv part thereof; now, therefore, notice is here by given, that y virtue of a power of sale con tained in said indenture of mortgage and of the status in such case made and provided, the said mortgage will be foreclosed by public sale'of the mortgaged premises, therein described as fol low s, viz: all thoe certain pieces or parcels of land situate in the township ot Lansing, and describ ed as follow, viz: lots number seven (7) and ei.ht (SK in block number twentv-or.e ('ii), in the village (now city) of Lansing, according to the recorded plat thereof, being town 4 north ol rang.-. west, county of Ingham and State ot Micii gan, will be sol I at puM.e auction, to the hi"hest bidder, at the Court House itithe villag of Mao!i, in the county of Ingham and State of Michigan, on Monday the tirt day of August, A. D. ! 5 '. nt 2 otlo k P. M., of said dav. II. B. McCU'RE and S. S. CORYELL, Executor of the la.t will and teta::ient of DAVID G. McCLURE, Deceased, Mortgagee. Wit. II. Pickr.Y, Att'v for mortgagee. Dated, May !, A. D. " Uiwgll Lansing City Foundry! i: rist I5V TIf OJII'KISS V CO. VT Iron Saw-Gearings, Wood Siws, Building Iron ot the most I in pro veil Pat fern, M i le to order on short notice. Also Plows, Cultivators, and ad kir.us of FAR.U IMPLE.IIEATS On hand or made to order. Engines and Thre ir.g Machines repaired on short notice. rSf" All work warranted charges moderate JOHN TOMPKINS, A. B. W ATKINS, lv-212 JOHN" T00KER, Miciiit Sale. TY virtue of to writs of execution issued I3 out ot and und-r the seal of the Circu court for the cour.ty of Ingham, to me directed and delivered, I have levied cpon all the right, title, and ictertst of John McKaugb, ia and to the following described lar.-is and tenements, to wit: the east had ot the souta west quarter ot section niEeteen 10J. ia town three S north cf range two 2 west, in thecouatv of Ingham, ard State of Michigan, which I shall expose for sale, at public auction, or vendue, at the Court nous-.' ia the village of Mason, on the 21 dav of Julr, at one o'clock P. M. EDY BAKER, Sheriff. Bv H. H. DUNKS, Deputy. Pate I, Lacs.ng, Mav 12th, 1559. 7w212 A. TURNER & CO. Wc have recM our Sj.rinr StK-k of GOODS!! Wi: KHALI, SI? LI TIIE.fl CIHIJEAPIEIHl Than anv other Store in the Citv, either at Upper or Lower Town ! We can show the Ladies Handsomer Than can Le found at anv Store in the City. We sell Headv Made Clothinir. We eell Cloths. We sell Domestic Goods. We sell Hats and Caps. We sell Hoots and Shoes. We sell Yankee Notions. We sell Hardware. We sell Groceries. We take in exchange Produce. We do anything our Customers wish. We shall not be undersold. We shall receive Xew Goods weekly. We shall have every article called for. We shall at all times have the LARGEST STOCK to select from. WE SHOULD like to have eve ry person call and see our stock. We know we can please every body. We shall sell more Goods than anv other Store, because we shall sell Cheaper. Call at A.TURin2R&Co's., Lower Town, and see.J La.vsi.xg, April 21st, 1850. Frobate Notice. STATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Ingham, ss. At a session of the Probate Court for the Co. of Ingham, holden at the Probate Office in the city of Lansing, on Thursday, the 28th day of April, in the year one thousand eight hundred and fifty-nine. Present, Wm. H. Pinckney, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estate of Chaun eoy Culver, deceased. On reading and filing the petition, duly verified, of Jesse P. Hall, executor of said deceased, praving that an in- trument purporting to be the last will and tes tament ot fcaid deceased iiihv be admitted to Yobato, and that letters testamentary mav issue to s aid petitioner. Thereupon it is ordered, that Mondae, the 2-'.J ay of May next, at 1 o'clock in the afternoon. ssigned for the bearing ot said petition, and that the heirs at law of said deceased, and all ther person interested in said estate, are re quired to appear at a session of said Court, then to be holden at tho Probate Office, in the illage ot Mason, and show cause, if anv there bo, why the prayer of the petitioners should not tie granted: And it in further ordered, that lid petitioner give notice to the persons interes ted in said estate, ol ttie pendency of said peti tion, and the iiearing thereof, iy causing a coj.y ol this order to be published in the Lansing AV- uhlitiin, a newspaper printed and circulating in said county of Ingham, 3 successive weeks previ ous to said dav of hearing, f A true copy. 1 WM.I1. PINCKNEY, 21nw: Judge of Probate. Stale I'riwoit Contract. yi.'Vi'i'i' ioios.ia w m u.- n:vrm:u .1 mc .?u⁢ O Prison Office, till the 7th of June next at 9 r 1 1 l-iv i.........!j -:n i . : i .. .i o.... o'clock A. M., for the Labor of 25 to 60 con victs to be employed at either of the following branches of business, to wit : 1st. Manufacturing Tvpo, Pails, ah tubs and Household utensils. 2nd. Saddle Tree, ll.tmes and Hirness Trim- tllll.CS. ."..L Mechanics Tio!.. 4th. Baskets and Willow ware. 5th. Threshing machines and Grain Drills. t'.th. Screws and Door Trimmings. 7th. Rations and Combs. Contracts to continue five vears. WM. L. SEAT0X, Agent. St'ite I'riwn OUce, Jackson, Mich., April 6, 159. 5w210 Chancery Sale. TlV VIRTCE of a Decretal Order of th Cir- J.J cuit Court tor the county of I ngham.in Chan- r, made oa the 2d day of December, A. D, , in a cae wherein Jahial W. Toles is com- plainatit and George II. Abrams and Elias Hall defeiidanLs, I, the subscriber, the Circuit Court Commissioner for the county of Ingham, State of Michigan, will sell at public auction, at the Court House iu the village of Mason, ia said county, oa Saturday the 25ih day of Juno next, at one o'clock in the afternoon of that day, the lands mentioned and described m said decretal order as follows, viz : commencing on section line between sections twentv-ntne and thirty, at the south-east corner of the north half of the north east quarter of section thirty (3) runniag west twenty-three rods to a stake and stone, thence north about forty rods to a white-wood stump w ith stake and stone, thence cast to section line south, to the place of beginning, being ia town two north of range two west, in the county of Ingham and state of Michigan, containing near ly five acre, with steam saw mill on the same. UK1 1 t'ADUOLl Circuit Court Commintioner, r.2K:6w. Inghaia Co., Michigan. & Ilrunson, fc-oi rs tor L-ompi t Dated, Mason, April 23d. 1S59. Sheriff Sale. TY virtue of one writ of execution issued out D of and under the seal of the Circuit Court for the countv of Ingham, to me directed and de Uvered, I have levied upon all the right, title and interest of William T. Johnson, in and to the following described lands and tenements, to wit the entire block number eight, in the village of Stockbride, and county of Ingham and State of Michigan, which I shall expose for sale to the highest bidder, at public vendue, at tLe Court House, ia the village of Mason, on the l?th dav of Julv, 1S59, at 1 o'clock P. M. EDY BAKER, Sheriff. Dated. Mason. Mav 7th. A. D. 1859. 6w213 rpHE HIGHER CHRISTIAN LIFE, by Board X man, just received at the CITY BOOK STORE. MOilAV, 18 APRIL 185.9. Trade has Commenced AT LYGERSOLL'S! GOODS All open, and IN ORDER! ! Our Stock is much Larger, and more Attractive Every Way, than it has been heretofore. We oiler most kinds of Go-hIs at Verv Lw Prices! CALL EARLY ! II. IV-NICItMH.I, 3L JB JE5 S cV 1MVOKITF. HOI Ti: BETWEEN' THE East and North West. Dftrolt and Milwaukee Railway, (Open to Lake Michigan.) AMI Sieift Lote-Preuure Firit-Clttt Steamer, CItjr of C'leweliii, a til ClesrlMiul,' (Thorouiflily refitted for this route,) OX AND AFTER MONDAY, April Uth, 1359, Passenger Trains will run as follows: Going Wet: Mail iMive I l leom I K.re t I i- I I . Sup Kridie,dpart, go J Z lii.'.M Ti r a v. . r. m. letmit, depart 7 ' 4.45 B 00 Kea'onville, arrive 9 3o 6 .' 7 :ii 00111, il. lO&o 7.4o 11.15 r. M A.M. St.Johne, do lg M, Ig 15 1A M. ti.'JO 2 Zit a &u I a m. I r. m I Ira. Milwaukee, arr 6.:M' VI.XW lglS Ooing Cant t j I Mail I Nixbt I A ceo iKipr'siMne I Kxprem Milwaukee, depart I i 1 1 I 1. A Ml e. M oraul i4tvu,..dt p 4 io s 4i lirant ti.pidi-,ariie ...I S -.'n .'. J In 3d I i " St. Johns, do j 7 9 j 100 Owos-h do.... I Co 1 1 'JO 'J oo . M e. a Fentuuville, d. .. 7 ! SS g Ii I e. a Detroit, arrive, d. ...I V 40 ! IJ IS Coo i". M r. M. A M i r. M. Susp. Bridge, arrive, ' i 't t T.5 j 4 (to 4 Ml eKi lre-.liin.-iit! Hotel in Hw,..t t loir. 1 ll .ti-n R.t will h've M.lwaokee u SATl RU.lV- ' s I t for S.t.ir.1 iv Might's Ehr-s pa.-M-n." r e-t, l.i' ! 1 M tia.a will x T Lnnm -im.io. Trami leave Winini d.itv. Siinlar I THK I tl.Ki.lt A I'll LINK is n-w ..pen f-r l' 1:1 It. w Kse. foWK.TloN's. AT M-Titiiir loeat IVe.t-iu It.iiwav t r all -..nl f'jit Miciii'.u (Vntral anl M . io.n .-..utliei u IUi!r.ali and CieveUn I ljne ot Steaiueix TOKAil AVi.S With -Il ir....'' si...u.r t .r hi AT MIIAVAI'kKK With the ...inpp.. I ci. hi txf'i, alnrtowo, an 1 II ric u hi;l-o:i, r r .1. import am poitit. We-t and .Vulbwrst, and : ti e M --i-.,..i It.ver, and wi'ti Stini.T- h.r I'. rt. mi l .Lt- il.c!i.n Pas-e-iiei 'or iie. W.i.r P. a , ... u u.e nn wav IVrry StniiK-r. at I. IV II. It. I , Ww.i. fck al ) A. M . 1 o-l P. M , aud 7 : I M Mi.lir TKAIN.Soo the i.. W. H have s.lIM. ( Ak .tttohe!. The ('..nii.nnv . Time TsLle. can ! hd at anv of the Station-. W. K. VI IR lieu l Sup't. I. k . K. Odicee, April, lSo". AEW HOOK SiTORE ! M. M. CARR. has moved histock one dKr north of Baglev e Grocery, on W ashington Avenue. Papers, Migazines.uooksaudMation- ery. call and examine teiore purcnahing else where. I Shciift Sale. TJY virtue of a writ of execution issued out of JJ and under the seal of the Circuit Court for the county of Ingham, to Hie directed and de livered, I have levied upon all the right, title and interest of W ilimin IX II ail, in and to the lot lowing described lands and tenements, to wit: the west half of the north east quarter of g c tion (33) thirty-three, in towinh:p (2) two north of range (21 two ea.-t,in thecountvof Ingham and State of Michigan, which I shall expo for sale to the highest bidder, at public vendue, at the Court House, in the village ot Mason, on the seventh day of June, 1 fro'., at one o clock 1 . jI EDY ISAKhls, Stierttl. Dated. Masou. Ann! 11. A. D. 1S5. 2 nmf. Railroad .lectin;;. AT0TICE is hereby given, that a meeting of the lv Stock holders of the Flint &. Fere Marquette Railway Comnaav will be held at the oflice ot said Company, at the city of Flint, on Monday the 5th dav of June next, at 2 o'clock, P. M. for the purpose ol Lolling aa election of a Board of Directors, and to transact 6uch other business as shall come before them. By Order of the Directors, MORGAN" L. DRAKE, .Srcy April 19, 1S5. Cw21'J attention's LL persons indebted to us on book account, il. or note, will idease cad and settle without delav. A. TURN ER & CO. Lansing, April I. ALL AGO I NCI! EDGAR'S ESTABLISHMENT ISIN FULL BLAST. An airv. light. Billiard Rooitl, with two Tables, both new and ''First-Rate. A convenient CO -VLI.M- Si A LOO Y An orderly, well supplied suit of EATING BOOMS, Where will be found all the deUsacies of the sea son, with a constant supply of Fresh Oysters. An eitenaaxe Grocery Estabuecment, w;tn PROVISION STORE Stock, Confectionery, and other articles usually dealt in. in that line. The public are respectfally invited to cH and I zamiae lor tnemsctvee. i v i Take them and Live ! lSeglect them and Die. .1 Hiixuca'a ikiiAK Cuarcs Ilua AMI K.IP IV KMJTU C I11 lLAlVBaV tEK& these uaanrpeaeed renew die have, by eocuiMin cenaeat of mankind, been placed at the b4 .'! all similar preparations. Her nrk's Yegetalir I'Lls, in universal pxminess, safety ana certainty in the cure vf the vatwus disease vt man, eirel ad e'hers, and their .a'e uimetKiably is treble that ef alt O'.her kiods. In full dosaa thev are active Cathartic, in nia'.Wr J.e 2ii '.acd eleanti in all Iti 1kus t'aiplaicts, S-k teniae I.e. laver Ioae, Kidne VraB-renmtits, iUisaach IVvr tr, and Sia AiTeeums, tbey ure as if by wu,.-!.-. TLe Ml are purely vyri.vir, ran he aken at any time by fid er pmy , without chsocf ia enip'eymeat wr :v( .Vtrrwry hi CAo 'njediruM .hen po'iriy used, but when vuipvunded in a IMIfor universal it tir'reev. iWJrti.l of benetit- in-t the pa'n-tit Ilern.'k's Su.car l.'sted IMls have nev er been twoir t "i v sere in-'ulh and aohio-r j.aata, a. have some others. Ttiereftire, person, m want of a Uunlv IMI, p'eaviot to fo.r, rerlaia to cure, and usl by mi lion, will certainly K-k I r no ether. Iaee I'ill. are covere-l with a e-watiiii; ot pure white sufar, no ta.le vt i-.i--.li.-aie at.'ut them, but are a es.ilv tak.'a as bit of c.nte.-t.o.ierv. KAMU.Y i:.Xli. tii O X IS ; & HOI !H. oK l.U Ait. Ilerrick liitl Sireiistlieiiiug llawterw. Tlie rvtu-e ii-! ri.!.r- cure pains. W'akne anJ d.s 're-1, in ti.e back. i.te. an I bieast, in Se vn la- lerd. crta.ii are they to do tUi. that the I'reptietoc warr.tn!. them. S-r. a l from ie:u. baSams aud (urns, i n beauti'ul K i-l lenttwr, r.n-lers them pt-ul.arly adapt r 1 to the nit- .! f 'rm.i'r au 1 other. kach l"tj-.ter will we-tr trom ,-oj t t ..r tii.m'.ti., and ia rlieumatic eoni pia.ut., .ora.n. and ei.. fre.iueut!y e!Wl cure., li!Ut aU otht-r remedies faded I all directaon will be f.'un.l -u the Lark of m l 1'ubl.c seakers, vocah.U, uiiinter. ot tU.kipel and other., w ill streu-ilhea tbetr Int..--so ! mirm tiieir v.4v-. I v wisr.tii tSm tne i iiit i it..rs. Ir. ( wktlr's M4piolla CwiarrU MnuIT. IU. ' ts.ue 1 sn envis'.l reputatioa ia the cure el l a tvrrh, 1. of o.ce. iesfne. Watery and In1e-d r.r'. sol thoe 1i.eebl nm, rewiuMin the lurai( ! team, iti.tant w aterfail.. ete ; purely ecet able. come, with full .rert.on.. and delight. all that use it : a a .o-eoin .uuif :t cnuot be roual I'l.lCK g et-srs llllVKLI.-4 i(lITI) IHUDKIM. Tn--e oi l ett.li!ie-l I'owdi., wil Unnit the 1 c,i Ulan I .'.. C.'urtt, V V . an I l I -n iniqieuae i-iktiti(ie. thM'tiL'ti the Middle and Katerti Mates 1, the p.. I trim tr io, roiilmue to eicel all other kind. , ui diws. of - sil t I'j llr their evcelirtwv t. aokaowl e l.-ed . efyieArf. The contain nothu- injurwus, the si.iuial ru be worked while fre.n thu ; ample diree t'..u. ir-i ith each 1 kr, an 1 (o-l horsemen ar invit ed to i: their virtu-, and ju -fwof their y uferM I.AUt.K I' ll KA-.K. -j I'KMS C, I'l.e al.e i:,.-l,, ate . bv 'J7,iiit imiti throuk'tiout the t inted ::ei, t'.iisda. and .South Aiueri- , at wholesale by aillartfe U. u.v t in the i-rinriJ Me.. MKKItU Iv HKoTHKRS, j V .'nil.' imiil:, .l.'(.in. X. I' y .Sold at I Jin- UJ i.f all d-sler. in Med-.-.ue.. and bv Dru-,."-!-. an-l C'luntry Merrhauts etrryahere. II. II lAI.MrK, r'...wrf Ait. 1r. J. W. Keumott's ("elebrateu VkUKrAiiiB MinuiMS, manufactured ouly by Dr. J. W. Keruiott, for II. M. Giduiau Si Co.. at their clore. No. 14 Congress St.. Detroit. Mich. Coui'oiMi Extract or Willow, positive and tiever-fitiling cure for Agile. Chill Fever and Bi!lious Diseases. It is a mild yet powerful tonic all cases of debility, indigestion, dvspeisia, and weakness of the stomach. Compoimi Mamikaek, or Atx-rietit Anti-Bil ious Pill, the best purgative now known. Thest pills combine power with mildness of action, and in no case produce subsequent constipation. Extract or Blackkekrv, a vegetable Summer Complaint cure. The only ccrtai-n remedy in Dvm'iiterv, Bloody Flux, Cholera. Cholera Mor bus. Cramps. Ac. CUETAULK Pl'LMOS ART IlALSAM, a Safe RUd certain cure for Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Bron chitis, Asthma, Spitting of Blood, 4c. 3$ r or Cerliticates, &.C., m-e l irculars, to be had of Druggits and Medicine Dealer generally. rorsaloliy K. TtlAiEIs, Agent. Sold by D. L. Crossiiiiii, Ingham; Thayer A i, and S. D. Ncwhro, Lansing; and C. G rat too. Williaiustoii. lv-2o7. lOTICll TO O VritACTOItS. HECoiiimi-sioiicrs of the lxington aud Mint L River Swamp Land State Road, will meet at the Lexington Exchange, in the village of Lex- ton, in the co'inly ot Sanilac, on Wednesday the tirn day of June next at lo o'clock A. M., for the purpose of letting all that portion of said roal in Nitnlae county commencing at the north eat corner of wction t'.f, township ten norm or range kimcch , tl. u wot t mih-a through said county. Said road will be let iu Svction of one niile each, to lie completed within one year, ineroa iis to n-e i.inu asioiiowi: To Im; grublx d thirty feet wide and cleared of all loose timber, brush and stones four rods wide, aud all that portion ol "id road which is laid out six rods wide is to be chopped out ithree rods each side f the centre, and the wholu road is to he turnpiked in such a man in r that the center of the roi l will be thirty inches higher than the level of the ground on either aide. All caueways to be built ol timber not Ies than t inches in diameter and 10 feet long and covered ith earth one foot in d- pth, and all culverts to be built not b's than four feet wide and twenty feet long, and to le covered with 3 inch plank. The tiumlicr of side drain on each ncction, the length of each, the num'icrof rod of causeway to be built, the number a.id pile of each culvert, together with all necessary information mill be given on the day of letting. At the eme time and place wc win proceed to let the building of a bridge aeros Black river, oti section five. Plans and specification of the bridge may be seen at the store of J. C. L C Wat rbury, Icxiiigtoii. The aoye work will bo l it, ft far as can be paid fr in Swamp Land iu pursuance of "An Act entitled an Art to provide lor the drainage and reclamation of Swamp iAnd by means of State roads and ditches," Approved Februry 1 1th jw-i Dated, Lexington, April ilet, 1659. J. B. WILSON, DAVID CUTTER, S. K. XETTLETOX, 20''w CoHmiioner$. I'atent Cliiirn and Wawliin; viachineo. ARRAXTED to give perfect satisfaction or no rale! These machines surpass all oth ers now in use, for simplicity, durability, utilty and execution without the slightest injury to clothes. W e will send these w rubers for trial to the houses of those wishing to purchase, as they require to be used to be rightly appreciat ed. Also, constantly on Land or made to order, a'J kinds, of C O O I E It W Ul'K, Tnss Hoops, Cisterns, Packing Barrels, Butter firkins, W ash Tubs, til Bucket. hp Buckets otc, at price to suit the times. r.e door north of the Episcopal Church. TiiO.Mr0 ii llL.Mfcli, Lanriw, MUh. Iy20 Attachment Notice. TRUMAX B 1C0X t. DANIEL M. DCXKLE. Take notice, that on the lVth day of Janua ry, A. D. 1S55, a writ of attachment was iawued out of the Circuit Court for the county of Ing ham, returnable oa the l'Jth day of April, A. D. lsl'j, in favor of the said Truman Bacon an plaintiff, and against Daniel If. Dunk le defendant, for the sum of five hundred dollars, and it ap pears by the return of the Sheriff to said writ, real estate has been levied upon by virtue there of and that the said defendant could not be found. GEO. I. PARSONS, PTff Att'y. MayUh,lW9. WALL PAPER splendid stock of Spring Styles, just received at the CUT BOOK STORE. 1 -1 J 8. Rajudiu, CIcK-.