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II ' tha " kn:iiiw kr!ra;-l in It-f.iiilt " VVliy iti't-ct fiu r-t Uililv mi Sjttur r D iflit T ni s.rr ).ir ! 'mi ; V'p. !mt l'in , i-tl-kr ; Iwilntn Nt yrni ii-t nru-'l u S! jr.- iinl'ii yl repair f r lit iqr )ijfk nf k'li'i.n 4-uratSun. -. Waahliixlmi m m ltrjrriril Mullor '1'lir llranlilul Mary ory A wriU r in the New York Century sap of the Im.y wLu won Vaslington8 youn Lcart, an.l whosa father rejected the tall young soldier bocans he had not a carriage for his daughter w rule atxjut in: "I shall Lack in her life a number of years, and speak of tne event which ha tnauo her name one oi curious inieresi. Before she Lecame Mrs. Edward Ambler, she was called Mary Cary. Her father was un Cary Ks j , of '( eleys, in the county of hit zibet u City, descended from the noblo family of llundsdon in England. His relative, Col. Archibald Cary, of 'Ampthill,' m hcstcrueld, was at his death the heir apparent t the earldom. The worthy old gentleman seems, from all we know of him, to have been as prord ts the Coucys or the Somersets, aud to lave thought his family the noblest in thd land. Ho lived in great state, with chariot and horses, plate, and velvet and embroidery a worthy of the old school, fully satisfied with th 'order of thingH, enjoying serenely the good gifts of Providence. Ilia beauti ful daughter was a great heiress, and had many suitors the accident which befell one of them has made her remembered in many books. I Ie was a youug man of very jgh character, a relative of George Will iam Fairfax, E , who lived at 'IJelvoir,' on the rotomac; and here he met with Miss Cary, who came to visit Mrs. Fairfax, her cider sister. The young man at once proceeded to fall in love, which he did with an ardor characteristic of bis nature. When Miss Cary went back home to 'Celeys, on James lliver, he followed her JiVo ennrftironnq rmllant and laid n : had a truthful foundation at least. 'Bat it does not seem that the lovely woman was to blame. She had not been able to return ihe affection of the youth that was all. She married him who won her heart. Edward Ambler. He wrs not unworthy of this noble lady in rauk or in character. He was decended thiough his mother from the great Huguenot house of La Roche Jaquehne m endee, and in herited the honest instincts of his race. At twelve he had been sent for his educa tion to England; he graduated at Cam bridge, and then made the grand tour of Europe, returning to irginia when he was twenty -one. He was married to Miss Cary aoon afterward, became collecto at New York, and was so much respected, that when Lord Bottetourt came to Virginia as uovernor, he brought a letter of introduc tion to the Collector. He died at thirty fire; and the Revolutionary War breaking out aoon afterward, his beautiful widow moved away from the scene of her grief, and took refaga in the 'Cottage,' far up in Hanover." .' CoscumziNG. -Singnor Centemeri is conciring in St. Louis and other west era tiee with a good deal of success. STATEMENT OF THE CONDITIO!! OF THE Merchants' I naora nre Company of I lart forl. CONNECTICUT, On the 31a ay of December, 183S. CAPITAL Amount of capital of the Company ,. Amount ni Surplu,.... so .a;. 63 T.ital amount vt CapiUl au.l Surplu t--:79 H;i ASSKTS. Anviunt of Ta-li i n lianl, t IT Amount of fah in LioJiiof Anta, 5,T7i Si Ain't of Ca-h in t'harlr k lltnk,Tl V4 A.-frroirate amount of Oa-li It-iivi $U.4:o 5 an-l iaivi aem.f thr t urnany, u-i!h tKt j-ir ami marktt ralue Viert-t. I'r Tl. Market val SO .-il.aiM Am. Etrhan Bank.N.Y. $o.U" $h.U W f,il " Metrowihtao lUnk. X. Y. &.IKW - W i'l Charter Onk !iank.!lartl.f. 1, 5.1.VIOU & Kti-tuii? Itai.k. lUrtiiirJ. x .',.' n) Iimi " .t.ma lUnk, lUrtforJ, lu,(KK).tii 10 .V4)00 i' " rar. JIkIi. lUnk." 6.WWW 5,70.100 t " riiot-Dii IJank, Harttorl, B.WW In 8,IH).O0 &:M oo S.70O ll 15,150.00 IM lathr B k.lk'iiton.S.Ooii m 10 liin.ln.! ,mHi.-rhat Mi-w.uri.lo,ii.i 00 1 1j fl.MN) Statr Mich., 15,no0.ll tl.lNjil " ..tr of Halt f ir'l. (R. K. Inan.) 11.uoo.00 1S,4.VI.00 " flJNN)-ach C'it of Hart- f.ir.K(I"fk. 5.UIO0O 5,U(W(K Htatir Htrk, 6,'00 00 5,"60,O0 IC.VioOi) $ 5..V.0 OO A-r-tviate mark-t Talim of tli aboe .stuck, t'.iiirti.oo Stirki and i..Bf. A W ly th' fViaii n jiiriy f'd--h ljrin, wiih Ikr i'tfiiR-1 m ir!-i ratio i-f tht fiuu,and tkt aiwHim i.iH'f nit twh. I'ar ral. Mark val. Am lan'l lot Shar4 Hulk llai't- f..rl Co , ll.trtfonl, '.,io0 " fhare M.-rc Uk. 7hmm l ' Mr. k lint " :;mh 7' ' Ibwkvilv H k, 7,.'ioo IS " Irr us l! k N. Y , 7 jo o J !U.U I,MHI (.h, !Ute M.K.uri, -J,0J0 0 f,Mioo 44 00 VJ.'i 00 7 .rl INI ,-J.0 00 &IM) OO il' 00 & OO &KI OO 775 W 1,740.00 $Io.iO 0 $17,016 00 ll.7a 00 Atfn-?at am i loancl on tlx abort "urit:-1 $ll,7i'..00 Anviunt of loiirn niar.l by M'ir!);aii, t) in tlrnt In n of rcoil, ou nni-urunilHTfl K.-aI KiU. worth at fc-ast -S,00O, Amount of Mock Xo!n no lutt rst, pitalile on it-man I, utronifljr en UirseJ, an I -ciir. 4 ij ( lrt1,tof tlit ?'ttck Amount of liitrt accrni 1, but uot dm,.. tl3,"0il.00 lu0,0V 00 4 Aif.-reat am iunt of Aset in'-lu Ln C:in lUl, f-r.9.07S3 IJabi'itienf.ir Ijx not iW, S,moj Xothrrlaini4 15am.1t tut toinpanv. K. Ml'. l.omFI J., .Vncy STATE FCOXNECMTT. CimnKoti fr'i Oniric, II nmnnn. Jnn -7, ISM 4 I h-rebv crtilv that I liive exainiint'l the looki and e':uit:e of th M. rohanti' luniionce Ciniian of Hart for 1, Conn. , and ti-id iti A--t.i :uid Condition ai wt forth m the forifoip tatln'n,, and I bt-lirv1 it nt.r til H faftrly invfitrd and Mcurd t;Eui:i;K Ki'lilV.-tS, Am'jfl(. Th mibspri'ier U duiy aii'hori-! to tk nL.a ind 1 hum i-.liciei, in the above K!.I I.tlil.E IXSl'KAN'CK t 9M PAN Y, nt is low RATif of premiumi a the nature of the risk ill admit. Lojsea promptly and equitably ailjuitriL DOCTOR UOOFL A. O S CKLtBRATED GERMAN BITTERS, WILL EFFKCTTAIJ.Y CL'ItE OVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, Jxiunliet, Vknmic or AVrnxu ''iii.y. Ihsnwi J the Aitimy, ami all tlusaMt an.sint fvm a dunirnd Lie er or SUnux h. Such an Coommptiou, luaard Pileii. Fulneu or Rlnod to the Head, Acidity of the Stomach. Nauiei, llr.irtburn, Ihnuit for Food, Kulnen or Weight in the Stomach, S.ur Krucationi, Nnkinir or I- lutterim; at the Pit of the Mora ach, SwimraiuiT of the ll.id. Hurried and liitticult dteath tut, Fiuttrini( at the Heart, Chokir; or iutl-catinir rVn latiom when in a hinii i":p, Ihinnen of Vision, lot.s or Web bt foru l aunt. Fever and lull rain m ihe I uiAr.pcy of respiration, eii.mnena of the i-km ilen Hunhea of Hat, Uurniu in the Fleh, Con-tint Imairiuiog of r-nl and irreat IVpression of iurit.i. The proprietor, in calling the attention of the public to thin preparation, do ho with a feelm of the utmiwt confidence ia its virtues and adaptation to the dnea for which it lit reeouimended. It ia do new 10 I untried articl, hut one that has stood the test of a t n yeara' trial before the American people, and ita reputatitin anil al are unriva'.U d by any ninnlar preparation extant. The tetiiiiony in iti favor iciven ly prominent and well known I byncian) and iii IitmIuiIi :t all parti of the eouutrr 11 immense, and a earvful peiu . 11.... -.Cki.ki ii. o the truiiri tor, and to be had (tratis of any of bin Aent.i, cannot but aatiify the most skeptical that tins remedy ia really de terring the irreat celebrity it baa obtained. 1 v 103 DR. IIOOFLA1D BALSA1IIC CORDIAL, FOR THE SPEEDY CURE OF Coughs, Cold, Influenza, Croup, on rsr . lironchitis, Pneumonia, l)i$raeof the Bow els arising from Colds, Ineipient Consunip- tion.ana tor the relief and if at all tot lle)curt of Patients in adoanced stages of the tatter disease. Thii celebrated preparation, like the B.ttern, may be confidently relied on. It ia designed for a elan of diseai ei more general and more fatal than any other to which the people of this country ars nabject thine iprinitiug from a "alight cold.' This eminent authority, lr. HWI, sys : " I wdl not aay that Gd.li are to our inlub taut, what the Pucrit and Ymlow Fkvsr are to those of other countries ; but, 1 can aver confidently that they usher in dLteaan of greater complicity and niortaltiy than these latter." A further prtaif of the terrible fita'ity of diea.ies re suit from a "conimom cold" may be seen by a glance at the followiug Ktatintica, taken from the records ,f the B.rd of Health of Philadelphia, confessedly one of the most ueaitny iceanues m tue uu.on : 183i Total deaths in Philadelphia 10,051 lied of Consumption, 1,912 " all other diseases (00 in uum- ber.) 9,54i 10.SC1 loui ileatbs S,74 Ihed of tonsumptioa, 105 " all other diseases, T.S54 .T49 154. Total deaths U 14 l.et of Consumption, ............... 2.179 all other diseases, 9,Uk 11.S14 From theue figures, it will be geen that nearly one ourin 01 ine total deaths in the country are caused by consumption, to say nothing of the numerous other dia aasea springing from a "slight cold." 1 not trifle with roar health : but. if suffering from a eongh or col l cm the lunsrs, bny a bottle of HOOH.ANK'S ""Mini. t-Oia'iAL, ani you may safely count on a cure. Thousands have doc so, aud have certified to iu wonderful effects. toughs sometimes proceed from a disordered or a dys peptic state of the stomach, in which cue the German Bitter abould be used. In ease of weakness, or gen era! debility of the sritera, resulting from a protrac ted cough, the German Bitter will be found of great benefit. Prepare.! only by Pr. C M Jackson, 41S Arch Street, Philadelphia, and for tale by Druggests anl storekeepers throughout the United States and Canada. Price 75 cent per bottle. for sale by K. Thayer t Co., E. P. Buf&ngtnn, and Xew. bro X Bro., lAnaing, and ail respectable Pruggista ia the mioa. Ivl!3 Commissioner's Notice. THE undersigned having been appointed by the Judge of Probate of Ingham countj, Michigan, commissioners to receive, examine and adjust all claims and demand. aint tho oatato ot George Meech deceased, hereby give notice inn wej wiu meet lor that purpose at the office of II. TratL in the townshio ol Williamstnn in said county. OI1 the 2"2tl (Lit Cif Jnno tha 4ith day of August, and the 17th day of October, A. v. is&y, at 10 ocioctt A. JU. or each day, and that sit months from the ISth day of April A. D. 1839, are allowed for creditors to present their elaims. AD persons hating claims against said estate are notified to nrent thorn i. aminatioa and adjustment at thf tirrwn an.t ni..A abore mentioned. May IS, 1959. HORATIO PRATT, RUFU3 J. XEAL, !Uw6 Comtnisaonera. FIRST ARRIVAL OF asanas FUItLASIX. MARKET! SPRING of 1859! Ml TIM & 1 BEG LEAVE to notifiy their Frienda and Cus tomers that they are now receiving direct from New York, a large, complete, and well se lected stock of E3-nn3nG& Of every description, suitable to City and Country Trade. Our Stock Consists OP: LADIES DKESS GOODS. LADIES DRESS GOODS. LADIES DRESS GOODS. LADIES DRESS GOODS. Fur Spring and Summer. READY MADE CLOTHING READY MDDE CLOTHING READY MADE CLOTHING READY MADE CLOTHING A Great Variety. CLOTHS, CLOTHS, CLOTHS. CLOTHS, CLOTHS, CLOTHS. CLOTHS, CLOTHS, CLOTHS. CLOTHS, CLOTHS, CTOTHS. Superfine, Medium, and Coarse DOMESTIC, DomesticDOMESTIC DOMESTIC, Domestic,DOMESTIC DOMESTIC, Domestic,DOMESTlU DOMESTIC, Domestic,DOMESTIC A Iarge Stock. HATS, 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 NOTIONS. JOHN TIIOMAS&CO. Lansing, March 15, 1850. U U I C Iv SALES AND MODERATE PROFITS!! A . It . II A G L I! V , Having Replenished his Stock of FAMILY GROCERIES, With a full and choice selection of every kind of good in that line, invites the examination of hou!e-keepers, before supplying themselves. It is his aim to keep no articles but the best. In addition to the (iROCERY TRADE, he will, as usual, keep a constant supply of Fresli and Cured Provisions, SUCH AS HAMS, rORK, BUTTER, LARD, Poultry, Mackerel and WhtteFish. He has in store, the best articles in the line of SUGARS, MOLASSES, SYRUPS, TEAS, SPICES. &c ALSO a choice ai tide of dried Prunes, a good substitute for Apples. He has a large assortment of OHIO STOXE-WARE, forming, together, a stock which Hotel keepers, Boarding Houses, aud private families would do well togive attention. He has thanks to give for past patronage, and strong hopes of still greater for the future. A. B. BAQLEY. Lansing, Jan. I, 1859. ti-THB OZiDESTll Furniture Warehouse IX THE COUNTRY. Conant Block, 144, Jefferson Avenue. To all Furniture Buyers. T . - .1 ii" m. r . . i oiier iu me puuuc oy iar tne largest ana most complete assortment of FURX1TURE, CHAIRS, MATTRESSES Looling-Glasset, Willon-Warr. dec. That can be found west of Xew York city, all of wiacn was seieciea wua tne greatest care, and wiu particular reference to the Material, Manu facture. Quality. Stvle. Fashion and Price. rS? The same will be sold at 25 ner vnt. ! than ever offered in Detroit. JgJ Farlor, Dining, Bed-Room, Library and Office FURjMTURE, In Rosewood, Mahogany, Walnut, Oak, Maple uiuvuciii, nuauj cuTtfring, pi&lD or IaHCV, that may be desired. Also, Painted Enameled Bed'Room Sets. a great variety of styles constantly on hand. Beaainz. iuriea uair. u,w Hut Pntmn n.l Spring Mattresses. riT To the TRADE, everv rtc in th vnr. niture. Chair, Upholstry, Hardware and Willow- v are line, witn a good variety of superior var nishes, Japan, Veneers, Mahogany, it, Jkc, are offered at a small adrauce from cost. All Goods Warranted as Represented. X. B. Goods boueht from thl Mtahnhnunt tor snipping, securely ana property packed lor transportation. J. W. TILLMAX. Detroit, 1659. 195. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS Chancery Sale. BY VIRTUE of a Decretal Order of the Cir cuit Court for the county of Ingham.iu Chan cery, made on the 23d day of December, A. D. 1858. in a case wherein Jamal . Toles is com plainant and George II. Abrams and Ellas Hall defendants, I, the subscriber, the Circuit Court Comnusdiouer for the county of Ingham, bute of Michigan, will sell at public auction, at the Court House in the village of ilison, in said count v, on Saturday the 25th day of June nest, at one o'clock in the afternoon of that day, the lands mentioned and described in said decretal order as follows, viz: commencing on section linettaeen sections twenty -nine and thirtv, at the south-ea?t corner of the north half of the north east quarter of section thirty (So,) runnins wet twenty-three rods to a stake and stone, thence north about forty rods to a white-wood stump with stake and stone, thence ea-t to section hue south, to the place of beginning, bein in town two north of ranze two west, in the countv ol Iagham and State of Michigan, containing near ly five acres, w ith steam saw mill on the same. GRIFFIN" PADDOCK, Circuit Court Cotitynitxioner, n21C:6w. Ingham Co., Michigan. Miaw s. urunson, Xji rs lor tompi t. Dated, Mason, April 2:'.J, lS5-.t. Mieritt ale. T)Y virtue of one writ of eaecution issued out X) ot and under the seal of the Circuit Court tor the county of Ingham, to nie directed and de livered, I have levied upon all the right, title and interest of ilham T. Johusoii, ta ami to tin' following described lands and tenements, to wit: the entire block number eiht, in the village of Stockbridge, and county of Ingham and State of Michigan, which I "shall expose fir fale to the Inchest bidder, at public vendue, at tlie Court House, in the village of Mason, on the li'thday of Julv, 1859, at 1 o dock V. M. F.DY BAKER, Sheriff Dated. Mason. Mav 7th. A. I. 185'.. 0w2lf Adnliniltrator, Notice. "DURSUANT to an order issuel out of the Pro- X bate Court for the county of Ingham, on the 2uth day of December, A. I. 1S53, to us direc ted, we will expose for sale at public unction, ou the premises in the township of Lansing, on Saturday, the eleventh day of June next, at o'clock in the afternoon, the following lereribed pieces or parcels of land, Ix longin ' to the estate of Johnson M. Hay ward, late of said township of Lansiu?. described, viz: the east side of tlie south east quarter of section six, and the north fraction of the north east quarter tit section sev en. in town four north or range two west, con taming ninety-three and fifty one-hundredths acres, invautoned at 2,mhmm. to le eol.i sub ject to the widow's right of dower, and all claims that are a legal lien thereon. Conditions, one ouarter down, and balance in 1. 2. and .". vears. The aboves as an improved timber-land farm lying on Grand River and conveniently fiit uated within 1-2 or 3-4 of a mile of the Citv limits, with alout 42 acres cleared, 25 seeded to jrasa also, a small orchard, fair dwelling, gooi water, frame bam, etc. Widows' right of dower and immediate possession can lx had for fl'Hi 1-4 down, and balance in 1, 2 i ; years. Lansing, Apii! 2 Itli, 185'.. S. I. XEWP.RO, JOHN' ZILMAX, 209wiJ Administrators. Attarliiiifiit notice. TLISHA COLLAR r. JOHN T. COLLAR. XJ Take notice, that on the lirst day of Jan uary, A. I). 18."V, a writ of attachment was issu td out of the Circuit Court for the county Ingham, returnable on the li'th day of April A. D. 185y, in favor of the said Elitha Collar, a- plaiutiii, and against John i . Collar, defendant, for the sum of three hundred and twenty dollars. and as appears by the ret urn o! the Sheriff to said writ, real estate lias been levied iuioii lv virtue thereof, and that the said defendant could not lie found. BLAIR GIBo., Phi Vs Att'y. April 2th, 1 $"'.. 2o'.iw7 Hlierilf Suit'. I)Y virtue of one execution issued out ol 1) and under the seal of the Ciiriiit t'ourt fr the county of Ingham, and State of Michigan, to ine directed and delivered, I lave lev h-d uo'in all the riht title anil iutere of Janu s M. "I. einn, in anil to iliir uintn litiT ilv- l ili- l taints atn tenements, to wit: the south cat quarter of the south west quarter of Section twenty-one. ; als.t, the south east quarter ol the south v.v? t qnxrt-i of section sixteen, in town two north of ran two east, in the county of luham and Sl ite ol Michigan, which I shall c.posc for sale at public auction, on the 23d dav of Jane, I at one o'clock in the afternoon of said day, at the Court House iu the village of Mason, in said countv. EDY BAKER, She. iff. Dated, May 7th, 1 S.V.. f, w21 1 Jlorttfase al. TKFAULT having been made in the condition U of a certain mortgage executed bv Gi-onre W. Derr to John Samph,b. aiing date April i:ii A. I. Ibot, and recorded in the oibce of Ihe Register of Deeds of the county of Ingham, State ot Michigan, August 5th, A. I). ls.'iT, in liber 9 of mortgages, on page ."7! which said mortgage has been duly assigned to ;md h now owned by me; upon w hich tin re is now claimed to be due the sum of sixty eight dollars, and no proeccedings at law having been instituted for the recovery of the same, notice is therefore heivby given, that said mortgage will lie foreclosed by a sale of said mortgaged premises, to wit: the south half of south-west quarter of section three (S) in township one (I) north of range one west, (Leslie,) iu the county of Ingham, State of Mich igan ; at public vendue, at the Court House ia Mason, in said county, on the sixth I r.th ) day of August next, at one o'clock in the afternoon. JOHN W. PHELPS, Aignee. Barnes A Hcntismon, Att'ys. Dated, Mason, May C, A. D. 1 s.V.i. 21 1 w 1 2 Mortsaxe Kale. DEFAULT having been made in the conditions of a certain mortgage executed bv Samuel II. Fisher to me, "A illiaiu Scott, bearing date the IVtn day of Mav, A.I). 156, and recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds of the coun tv of Ingham, State of Michigan, on the 1st dav of July, A D. 185, in Liher 'j ot mortgages, on page 2'J'J, upon which said mortgage there is now claimed to be due the sum of one hundred and thirty dollars, (13o) and no suit or proceed ings at law having bet-n instituted fur the recov ery of the same, notice is therefore hereby given that said mortgage will !e foreclosed bv a sale of said mortgaged premises, to wit: The north east quarter of the south west quarter of sec tion twenty one, in township three north of range one west, ( Alaiedeti) in the county of Ingham and State of Michigan, and detaining forty acres more or less, at public vendue, at the Court House in the village of Mason m said couutv, on the 18th day of August next, at one o'clock in the afternoon. Dated, May l::th, A. I. lsV.. WILLIAM SCOTT, Mortgagee. Birms& nrNTiNOTox, Atty's. 1 4 1 2 II II 1 Ml I A U AND LUMBER YARD. I HAVE on hand and for salt1, a lar selected stock of and well PISE LUM B L R , Embracing all the different thickne-es and qual ities in general use. A large lot of Sized Boards for Gothic houses and barns. Any amount of first, second and common inch, inch and a fourth flooring, which I offer verv low for cash. Also, 3'V,r" feet c-f Scantlin and Jit of all Ienglha and siz.-a. Roof P.oards, Hoard and Stick Lath. 1 ", :0 choice Shaved pine Shin gle. A large amount ot Hewed Timber. Bass and Whitewood Lumber, Ash and I:asswool flooring. The above lumber will be sold rough or dress ed as de-ired, as I have A Plaining Jlachinc and can fill all bills ot work and material for the entire finishing of houses. All common sires of Pine and Whitewood Doors for sale low. Those in want of hoases or building material ill do well to give me a call, for I am bound to compete with all competiton, let the price be what it may. All kinds of produce and occasion ally a horse, wagon, watch, or good cash note taken in part pay for building or Houses and Uta. C. C. ImjDGE. Lansing, January 1, 1559. l .d FOR SALE. HOUSE and Lou 1 and 2, on block 14, city of Lansing, and a Farm in the township of Au- reliua, being the north half of the north-west quarter of section two. Terms easy. Enquire of the subscriber, at my place of business. JAMES V. DIXON . iAoaiog, May 1, 1859. 210 A CHEAT HORSE AND UATXJaB MEDICINE. . T St John's vT; Condition Pow- povdrr are lirM 111 WrTJ lnuh ftl rk- niai io i r mir-s 'f L i-f I'lS- frt IFMfKIL LOSS rj ok ArpniTK, II IPE HOlM. TI'.li.STIKV IYM PLAINT, etc. Tliry are em--!-U-nt U-r eattle that are vrii i.iaiUTirrn: ard will cure COW M.f fivn. hl.'-i t un a. Tl.iy a; ;ncreae tr.e iju iiu.iv t i nin. urn row . eviirra! on.Ui.m is haJ The pr. prirti.r li ht ,..1,-1 t,.t i.cy are suprm r t.an tluii-le mfii j.! tlnlS.w Hum. t are l,rtul.l W raerci-.! tlial . a o ta:n St J.a,n unuioe IV w Jem. ai.t mflrr not y-ur r'v.t. l e tiuitibuniteil with tlie asrrti'ti Oiat nui t'.iiiK rl-o i iurt as k-ivmI- f'niit a HVii&fttf FttrmcrufSrnf t'e, '.'.. My t orse w .ikrj anj driven l.ar.l H at tie armol -.'mi letrly -ni t an J u-e.l up If l- aike.1 a tr ir.!. I.e w.'UlJ tremble all over. 11 rented en tireiy wirrtl.U- and alut U. die. 1 (rv; '" ' "arKaia n.-.l .-n.fi. tmt tt.eirw-re f tin t-rflrlit. 1 t'.nlly Kve 1 1: . j,r,T Cmutiom, ii i.kus, u r.,.ttv n:pr..vc.l until t.e (.ecauie trrV vl ikl R haii f-r one l.uudrd dollars. I'.tLOM.lM K. Fifteen Horses in one Stable Cared of a Cough. Mr. Jam- U r,l. a dealer in horsey idely kii.. u in N..ithsrUTnttii.siya: M'av; "'V'S.'Tnl. , vi .'i.i J ,l.u fimJituin IVaders t..r C..uKli. l'l-n r. VV ,nt i. Vt.petite. etr. I eoii-ider them an artu le of Breat taiur. anj the Let tic.re uwJkui Willi lm h I am a. i,u.v.iiV.l I .me time sunee at tNe liverv alal'V ..r ln. 1 C.iu.n. of Maumee O.y. at.J t.-und l. l.n.e. r.!t.rti in tmn.U r. altlu-ted a .0. a c..uli. 1 aJv.-d l.im ten rt:iy. I l.-ariird he had rml' .1 uiy aJkice, auJ llil tus h.-r-es arre theu p-rli tly a ill. Hollow Horn, Ete.-l have n-e.1 .t J-J.i.-. r..t..ii tinii I'.miler evral year hr h.re and eaitle. aim hue f .uii.l them ee.ieiit ill distemper, nil. I Hie iill.er putp .,e4 f. r ahich tl.rv are reemniiH-iided. I hy v , .... i .i . r-t m..l-,ii.- !,.r rati e havit-a H t'"' I.,. II..r'n I in, r.-the I,. T M. i L. I1 Ihe hole iwvar.1- -iiy. h:l e and feed them St John's Coudilion I'oaJvi .. ... ......... tl..,. , ,. ! ll nt Ivr. HMie le:i 1... f . ,l...l io vikinir m.lk. Tl.ee I'oadei have al a.. .ii ellerted a rui e. ami made them iiiye I he elil. iU.K. 'Iin. ;vmih. uim: Bloody Mllk EtC.-Mr J mu s 'roi.lete. O Ol ,4V 1 hnd a Imrie h.llv affl.rt. d iOi di ner, and' i:ave h.ui M. Johns r..njui .i, ..w.leri. operated like a eliarni. elWtmit a cure in a t. a . They are uivt-n t'e-,a in our ne,i;lil,rh'l ait'i lent eff-.-t. purifyiniC their hl..i and nopr.n inn r .ndili. li. to k"eatiy to mTe..e their n,,r. tine ei,w m-l tne drn, u tiirn i-4ii hl.MHly inilk. A cure a wu tile I ,lli tl Oers. f,..i,t ii r. w ei ;i ' I'hil.i '7. ." I. '. When trav. 11, mr :A H e Wtt I h id a v ilu .'. att;n'k d witli mil iniln:ttioii . f the unir. H-' is oi -e ti'ta 1 liae ever iiintn . i creature have. Ii, r .un'.o K w -jld noiiietime. -oi nie .hini.u' the ',,. My .u-n.U roll- -red I .... eural.le. and 1 would l ave t ik-n .- X r. L I ".rVud a "ine .f 1. I.. T. JOHN'S O.M.I I I..N ' i.V-l.j -...I I..... Tl,. w,.,n ilT-ete.l a lie T llitl ....il' I ,.'. w:.l,,e l,ll, al fjim. I lti IO Oar. V ll.elll . ,tl, i..e u l.eii traveilil.if Willi 111 V ' a"d would reeaumiend oihejr to do no I h tve made u- Moan's, M.-irlirmt' and varum, o'her l.nrv (i"'l"' hut Kive ST. JO!IN S Hit derided prrl. Irm e .j. Mk. A. Nr.KUei proprietor of a liverv tahle. T.lti: Ohio. m, Ja'y 'Hi. I"- ""' '"' ' ." ;! " o..m.... n.l;ii..u for y.mr ToNi'l l lON I'OvV ir I!.". have ed them during the pat lonr Ve ir. and dm.n il... i,...- ii l...re l, .tr nev ru:iered H. ill-ti lnM- :. Ii Io.iil-Ii it iiii a nutiiU r ol tune prevailed eMeii-rv.-iy r..und ine. Three ot mv h"',5 were re. ent y att nt. e,. ii I'll iluril.lf the Iin Valence of dl'tellli in ih .l.l...rl,.....l Tl.v were eVldellllV e.-ltlliM II temper. I fed them your O'Nl'llloN I'O t liKKa ind cured them perfectly iu two 'la !ll. Wii.i.h UisTl.iH. in. rcl.ant. Kvan-p-.it. oh -r 4... 1 ni al.ut out of vur C011.1111..11 IV.ir er They ;ive toe l.eal ati!.telh.ii of anv hor-e medieiiie I ever .ld. If you tail send lue a ?upp;,-. h . iiniueiliately. . Ilr.. norlw TtAad With Til.teilinar. M r. I.. IF. It I T,.wnl.ii. .euei- t o . .. l.ad a hore ha.llv allln ted with distemper, that Ihe horse d 1. ,1.1 I.1.0 t.. take loin to the wiiods In lie A cure was effected hy ttimiK hau ttiree pap-r id St. John's Condi A hnre-diotor cured a hore that seemed IHed up and ahout to die. an lie would not rat. I.y loving me tiers. pr pared ly pilttinK them for a short lime In water, and men pounui; ineiu from a l-oitl This is the only way iney I Ih- aJiuiui.dere.l w'l u lh horse will not eat. Sold hy all Medicine l.-;il rs. wl... will f.iini h 't. John's Alimna.-'s ttrali. 1 I.. M. Joliu k to ty. O . ticmral Aicents fur the Western Mat. n. icha CITY BOOK STORE A. J. VIELE, Having removed to his Xac and Com liKxlius Store, 011 the curutr of 11 ah tug ton and Michigan Atenuen, directly oj'poxile the lliukinij Ojfice of .. C. W'V J: Co' ITToULI) announce to the citizens t.f Iuisiu f V and vie'mity, that he is prepared tosupplv them with the nu-t complete stock ! icooiis ,ti.iis sTnoi:uv Wall r.ij.er, I'ltney iim1s and IVrfiimeries eve liroii::lit into this inaiket. I11S STiM'K CONSISTS OK KKLIl. HUS, S( c ni. -He, M;-. l!.in. -..us, an. I all the vuiious kiini i df ScI.imiI ninl LI n.k Hooks in cum. tiioii use. I tter,c:i,eoiiiiuert ial note, oi l fiiicy Sl.itioiiery, eiivelojies, curds, card-cases, :old an-' .-let ! cns,rewai'dof itiei rit, pen holders, pen cils,port monies, wallets. Mirrois, huir and cloth brushes, slates, ll.ivoiin extracts, cologne, hair oils, pomades, hair dyi fancy toilet soups, black, blue japan and carmine inks, mucilage A.C., albutiH, fans, lithographs, mW-1 engravings, trilt moulding, cord and tassel for picture frames, cur tains and fixtures, oil canvas and ARTIST Materials lor paintings. Al.-'o, cheap i:illicatiou of all kinds; Harper, (lodev, liiaham, IVterwm's, Mrs. Stephens, Arthur, Knickerliocker, Kmer- son s& rtitnam s, r.electie.l-raiik I-nhes, U.illou h, Ilollar Atlantic and ( aliioiiita Magazines, i an kee Notions, Nic Xax, I'ro. Jonathan, X. V, I-edger, Mercurv, N. V. Weeklv, Harrier's Week ly, Frank Leslie's, I'.allou's Pictorials, Picayune, 1 olu e dazette, Scientific American, ( lii'iK-r,Por ter's Spilif, Plug, Novelette, German Lesli-,Spir. itual leleratih and W avi-rlv. Thatiktul lor past favors, we hot.e to receive a share of public patronage. 1 y 1 7 4 If civ Firm. THE subscribers having recently associated themsi lves toiretlier under the; name ot the Lanaing Planing Mill Company, for the purpose of manufacturing Sash. IJlinds and Poors also. Plaining and Matching all kinds of lumber, and filling all bills of work for the entire tini.-hingof houses, would respectfully invite the attention of all having business in our line, to give us a call, as we are now prepared to receive all or- der-, and d- the work in the bo-t possible man ner. Shop opposite the Presbvtcruit church, on th river. Middle Town. C. C. PopGK, JAMES JOHNS, H. A. I! A I LEV. I I-uifcin;:, June 4, L DIC. .1. V. KUItJIOTT, Ecld'tic Physician and Surgeon, Would most respectfully announce that he will visit Lansing on the fourteenth dav of everv month, for the purpose of meeting patients uf tlieted with Chronic or Lingering Piscases. Rooms at the Iinsing House. Dr. Kermott has in his po.'ss;n certificates from, and is permitted to refer to hundreds of gentlemen of high standing and respectability, in Petroit, Loudon, Toronto, and other cities and town, w ho, having been reduced to the border of the grave from Liver Complaints, Dyspepsia, an i other diseases, and having tried in vain their physician's prescriptions, and mot of the quick nostrums for the cure of those diseases, are now, from the use of his Vegetable Medicines, in the enjoyment of perfect health. Pr. Kermott hx, ia the cities of London and Detroit, during the last seven years, administered the different remedial agents of the Vegetable Kingdom to thousands of patients, in almost ev ery variety of disease, with unparalleled success. His mediciues are exclusively vegetable, and such as are safe and efficacious in the cure of disease, without entailing on the patient any of thoe miseries experienced from mineral poisons. Chronic or Lingering piscases of the Lungs, Liver, Kidneys, and Scrofula Cancers, all impuri ties of the blood, and all diseases of Women and Children, treated sucessfully. Pr. Kermott has had great experier.ee in dis eases of the Chest and Ner-ous System, curing hundreds of caes pronounced incurable by other physicians. NO CHARGE FOR CONSULTATION Dr. Kennott's residence, Detroit. En trance to Dispensary, No. 14 Congress street; entrance to office, Gri? wold street, first door from Congress. Dr. Kermott will also visit Onondaga the 11th, Eaton Rapids the 12th, and Mason "the ISth of eTery month. 129 EW DOOK STORE ! WM. M. CARR, has moved his stock one door north of Bagley's Grocery, on Washington Avenue. Papers," Magazines, Books and Station ery. Call and examine before purchasing else where. 6S I It OX FOUNDRY. THE undersigned are prepared to furnish at short notice, stntiounrv Euffinrs. Mill Gearing, Ware House Hoistinn Apparatus, And all varieties of Iron Work. Kepair-Work on rropellers, .Steamers and Saw Mills eiecuted promptly and thoroughly. BRASS FOUNDRY. "VaTE are prepared to execute orders of any If siae for Hrasa and Composition Castings, promptlv. Oil iMiolies, Oil Cups, I alves. Journal Boxcs,Ga uge CocksAjyl i nder Locks, Stea m 1 1 7i istles for Stca mlioats. Locomotives 4 Mills; Bells for Factories, Steamers, and Locomotives. Iron Ita ili n V Verandah. 1TE are prepared to execute all orders tor II IuON KAlLINtiS, for private buildings, Churches, TuMic JSiuares, and leiuetery Ltts. Corner of i ilth and oodbndge streets, opiosite Machine shop of Michigan Central Kail; read, Detroit, Michigan. 71vl JACKSON Jfc WILEY NEW JEWELRY STORE. GILLLTT still has on hand a fine assortment of tine Gold and Silver ca.-ed Watches, tine Jewelrv, Cameo, Mosaic, Florentine and Hold Stone Hrooches, I links of almost every descrip tion, which cannot fad to suit customers. Yankee Notions, of all kinds, which will he sold cheap for ready pay. Watches Clock, V Jewelry, repaired, aud w arranted, on a scientific priuciple tILI,LTT has now iu his employ, Mr. E. W UAKKK, late from Jackson. All work entrusted our care will be promptly executed. KesiH-ctfuIlv, I. CilLLETT, Jr Ijhimii?, May 1st, IS.'iS. 1SS FOR THE FALL TRADE. HOOKS AX l STAT 101:111. rPHE UNDERSIGNED are dailv receiving ad A ditions to their stock, and are prepared to sell at Wholesale and Retail, As large and comprehensive assortment of goo.is in their line as can be found in the est. Their stock of Books embraces: Scientific, Medical, Classical, Iegri, School, Agricultural, Theological, Historical, Juvenile, Miscellaneous, Works of Science and Ait, and Standard Po and Prose Writers, in every variety of style an binding. Citizens and strangers are respectfully inv ite to call and examine our stin k. We have also a large stock o( Letter, Cap an Note Paper, Envelopes, Ink, Slates, Blank Books, Fancy and Staple Stationery, in qualities, stvles, and prices, which cannot tail to please. Our arrangements for obtaining stock from first hands, and on the most favorable terms, en ables us to otter Countrv Dealers, Teachers, Li brary Committees, and others buying in quanti ties, Literal discounts from retail prices. In connection w ith our establishment, we have A Bindery 4 Blank Book Manufactory Using the best of materials and employ nig com petent workmen, w e are prepared to (ill orders iu this line, and can safely guaranty satisfaction iu all cases. RAYMOND ii SELLKCK, ISO '. Woodward Av., Detroit Important lo lYmalc. Tim FA MIL V MOM 7 1 I'O U'DEItS '..ivCl G4rS( NK .l the Ik-1 liledU viT" IV for Obstruction, Ini-sular- Itles aii'l 1 alliliil MeliStlUatloIi ever iiK'd. The coinbiniitioii of iiiL'ie.I etits in tln-e 1'on.h-rs is tin' Milt of a liir anl et'lisiv practi.v. They are mild th ir operation, and certain coi reeling all irregularities. Painful Menstruations, removing ull obstruct ions. w hether from cold or otherw ise, headache, pain in the side, piilpil.it um of tlie heart, ilisturl ei sleep, which ause from interruption of nature TO MA Kill KI) LADIKS These lowders are invaluable, as they wiil biin on I fie inoutiiiv peiioo Willi reiriiiarilv. lailies who have been disappointed in the uc of olht medicines, can place the ulmest confidence iu Dr. Watson's Powders doing nil they represent to do. NOTICE. There is one condition of the female svstem in which the Powder cannot be taken without pro during PECULIAR RESULT. The condition referr.-d to is PREGNANCY the result, MIS CARRIAGE. Such is the irresi-table tendency of the medicine to restore the sexual functions to a normal condition, that even the reproductive power or nature cannot reset it. Warranted purely vegetable, and free from any thing injurious. Explicit directions, which should be lead, accompany each package. Price, s-iit by mail to any part of tlie United States, seciire from dun;;i'ror observation. Addres, W. R. WATSON, M. P., No. 7, East Genesee St., Syracuse, N. Y. The Coleman Farm Mill. HIK WuM'H: AM AIlM KATION iik 1IIK A.K IIviTj FariiM'r liiw orn Jlillrr! GREAT SAVING OF TIME & EXPENSE Tlit onhj vcrJ 'ul Mi talic Mill ever inctttrd fur making Iinrlctehe,tt and h'am 'ihi Hour. IT can bo run by Ilor'e, Sb-am, Wind or Wa ter Power. Price, with Sieve arranged, for sifting ('rn Meal forf.tiirly use, while grinding, .".n Price, with Rolling Machine attached, for nuking Family Flour, 75 Pe-ciiptive Circulars may !. had, fr tin; Mill can be s.-en iu op-ration. at the Olh of tin; "Coleman Farm Mill Company," Tfibuiie Huild ings, No. 7 Spruce St., N. Y., wheie all oiders will receive protopt attention. I'.ml'.M M ARTIN THATCH ER, Sec. IIOVAI(l ASSO IATIOI PHILAPKLPillA. A liF,r-il ln.J .'nfi..a .InUuk"! . n til rmlmmr f..rlk' Ii- If f if tne .v4- ai f lti.ir.sr.1, ajflwld tei-'k I it ul'ttt and t i "l mic Mnii Tilf. It liVArM. A-S MTl'.V, im.e. f 11. .wful a .fr,iMi, t I,,,..,.., I I.. ..-1 I., ..,.1 . ... ant tte .le. ept.u .ictire,l i.j-.u the uul,-rt ud'i tic tian .f ueh .li-ase4 l.jr Ij iaeLs, several years fi ln. tel their O a-ullit? Surire.,n, a. a I H All! TAIil.K AIT w..ftl.y ..f thir Uii.e, .. i.fQ a iMj.-n-art t'.r tl. tremt ment f Ih.s rl' ..r 1i-e--.. m all tl.eir t imi'. an'l V g.ve Mr I'ii'Al. AOVK K l.KAlJS 1.1 ai.o i, . t let ter, w,th a .le-er. tem -f ti..r Cfllrnn, fae, eua tii'ii, halets f K"..) n in cis ,f ei'rem j".ver ty.trt ll KM'll Mf I'H INt I'KI'E V niAhoK It is e.)-,. t i a l l that tl.e A- ' . ill. o r.,-niiir..U tl, hijfb t Me.l,. l .kill of tl.- au.l w.!l f.jru.rii u,e um ap .r-..J niKlfiu tre;u.eol Tli.Jirrt'iri f llie A --,i.t n, ia their Ar.r.ual Reb.rt UJ'll th trenTuviit .f s-'exititl l.-s .irrrri th bih -t aatfactioD with th- urc. t h haa atteml4 U, Ubr ol their Snr.sn ,d th cut f r-'rmatur rh--a, Semioil Wkue. 1.. n'.rrl.e, f.ltef. ti. ic f Juaoisin t,r S-lf alu- ao-1 or.ter a t'.'.t.ou.or vt th m i.l.m fur tleeosi;,if tear. Tlie liirertors.en a re-, i. w .t tl.' t i t, feet a'-ure.l that the.r laU'rs in this .(.tier of lie uev.. lent eti .rt have l-n of great tTieQt to the aili-tel. to the youus. anl they date re-wltej to io!e t hem- ! e , w th r. Ora1 real, t tbji very .n,-,nLl ml muck Je.p.e 1 rau-e. An aim.r.l.'e rte.rt 5ermat..rrh-a, or S-miul Weakness, the vice of Hin:-m, M ,- turbatioo. r,r M If at.use, an 1 other l:eas.of the eexual oran., by the Ojc-ultiD? .ur.s'.n. will be tent l.y rua.i ( u a fteale.l en ve!.,ii, ,KKK ur CHAKt.K. -n reee.i t jf IW MAMI"S for issta.-e Other le-r.rt an'l Tracts -o the natureaiel treatineul of sexual ii-aM-. niet, Jte , a:e em.-tactiy be in puljli-l.e 1 for Ttj.';nns ilutnbute,n. ans will be aent to tLeafflictel. Njnif .f the new reuterf-n aul metbo.! of treatment tSmoiTereJ iur'.oe tb lt vear,aie-f great ralue. A.l.ire, for Retort or treatuient. Ir. J .'KIIJJX ri'A';HTijS, Actnir SurgKin, Ih ward AsAciatt a. No. 1 Sjnth Ninth Mreet, P!.ila(.hia. I'a. I!f unler the In reetora YJ'i'.K It HAKITVrjJ rreilent. Obo. FaicinLr, sVeretarr. febl5t Wall Paper, Wall Paper! JCST received a fine assortment of Paper Hangine, which will be sold cheap, one door north of Bagley' Grocery, on Washington Avenue, at the Book fctore of 171 WM. M. CARR. AirALL PAPER from 6 cu. to 75 eta. per roll V at the CITY BOOK STORE. DO YOU WANT Window Shade and Fix tares ? Ton will find a fine etoek at the CUT BOOK STORE. Fever and Ague, Irom w hich mankind suffer w a large part 4 the clone, is the consequence of a diacaW art; ! vegetable di-cav: This cihalation is etojvrj . the action of solar heat on wet soil, and risi -i'. the watery vapor from it. While the sun i M tSe tiori.m this vapor hnsjers near the eanh' ;t f.icc, and the viru i t.iken with it thrush tV lun into the Mood. Thereitactsasanirriiat;.' . poin on the internal viscera and excrctim wi of the boilv. The liver becomes torni.l aiid fa-u p.ecp, tne kiJiu-. n 1 o . noh sytnp.ithie vtth the liver, and UYoml .rdcrcd'aWi. l'inallv, the instinct of onr ; iniMH. a if in an attempt to expel the Bmioai 11 isioe, i tnimiir.iir lur uuit uliHHl tl tJj( fj,,T I the inter nil evcri'tories to force thctu ta rat r . it. I'lie M.evl Ic jvca the Kill fl.Y, and ruJifa fu iviti.il or.'iii with coiijjevtivo vioh-r.i-e. XLU, the n! 1 1.. P.ut in thi ctf rt it tul. Then 0;. k.: f..:i.m. :.: hi. h the lhi leaves t!, tr il or; ims and luh'4 ti thi. uif.ep, 3I it m in eh.-r i-'! u! t' eik I the irritating piivitj t!mv,: .'4 hit other r. .t e.rtirv the akin. In al- il f.uls, and the svstem ahmj mi the att.n-n- i-t.-.l. .tti.l w ot lr thi' rctvviny of ir.-to. c it the h.;k lfs tr.irt another du. TT", ie ti's ..r o rnxvsjns of PrviR , .v t" 1 IiIii'i -i .1 ihsoi Jer will of course u:iJ, ,. !'ie h.'lt!i ii" il is l.t reniiivcj. 'in'- !ii-i.d tj iin.!, and have in.L 1 1. . AVer's Ague Cure, . I!'l 1 -i 1 1 -.1,11. 1 1 this o il inrnn poii.111 ; , s tue lur-r t. rvK-i i. f,.., ,. 11 s'l.llll I, ! ...:li 1 if. i t it .l.es ruie tlai a.h,,.,!,, . ert.iuty. And it J , t of m ire M-ri t thus,- m,',' If ! iken in st-iMiii it , vj ; t 1 u'e. .rhed. u,l t'n , "ii r i''it ! i !. it is je.-t to this iiif.-i ii u. it fr.iiu the sv-t-m i. t.i m . ue 11 u.-i- .1 ..11 11, .i-.t ., k; k-e., s .!.m I'l hc.ilih .d:h.ei ;h Vm1 t.i ihe tl.e . eisiiiu'ut!v it nut m! cure., hut fr.it. , ts 'i . the -T -il v im t .1 i:l.-.'i.,i, wS.i. h nr.- iti.!,nv.j h th. ; 111 i'a z- in' iiill'itvii-e, mi, h a, li-niiitt-tit r. v. r. Chill I'ni-r, ll iii.li. ..i Masked , Pci indie d H.m.1 i h.-. ..r !;.!,..., I!.- l.,. he. li,.,.; r'evt-is, Nf.ua! ii RY ii-.i ;:i.:.i. M,t, i;hn,i.,N 1'o.ithi. he f. hi h " tt ; -: . Ahuti. Pulu ti.iti. I'.iinf.il A I -. ti . is .( 1 lie S.!in. UvnI.-i Colic, P.irilvNis, .,1,, I P.iiiiil e;..,i, n,, SuniiuU atid ll i c!-. ail of vtu.h. wh. ti ar'.it,; fr, ml thii ci i... w. i I . f. 11..I to niinr tnou- .4 th i.it 1,11, 1 !;. I Ins k ft M removes I ! m 1;.. .! i iiiui i'i til , .111 1 1 .10-4 the ilw.is.-. I'his it avimi!i,hes I v - I II ICS t M I V .ill . I these t.rjTlli hv .h i.11 i - tc i!i' ii iitlt' e of I'm 11 out! .. . 1 I. nil n. (Me'..' .-. 1 ii- 1 ue i-n l. hut oltcn i.iV . 1 nil. t-. I in tin' .ill. 11:' t. ul. ii.n.l 1 1 It 1 s the cx.ie " t!i!" k - 1 111 ; im.l :i.e h .1 .t. .1 I . .!.i ti.. I. It'lt ..11-1 s whjit 1 ill ie .V. .mili'i-h t,e lot eiii.iiKh, ol !e 1 t.i- " A-.l I I I I . it at oti.v, 111.. I null s.i.. tv. We h iVi ei.at ..'.1 ..ul t.i Ulii ve tins i-:i' ui.t m il .n . t', x i.-iu.'.lv fir tlie whole itiSN of th - 44 n ul,..t, air 01 -1 .1 hv the n.i isiu.itii' ii.f. . ti'.n. ih.m iiii: ,-r . I.i. h h i i Iks 11 i'.i . oven 1 , .,11,! , I, is , ' nt,!.,!., , iiiiilt it:t ailvaiit;u:e t,i tlie j.nl.li.-, who h is, th il i iln :i;i as vi II a r,'il. 1 hi 1 'tin ii 1 m:. .1. c. AYFaij .v co. LOWP.LL. MASS. l i t 1. (Ir. Ihni.vu nit Lull 1 1 Ayer's Cherry Pectoral L.is won f..i it -a ir Mirh ;i limov ti f.-l the curr of t vi ry v.nii-iy of I hm it :u il l un- '..in.'i..ii,t, il,4t it isititin lv iiiil.i 1 vs.m f.. us to ice. 11. lit the viih m i- of its virtues, whcii vi r it lu hceti iiu i.ivid. As it ha. hi:.;; Inn in imstMlit use thiol. 1. out this m ctMli. ' to 1 .1 imt do luoie t'. m aNu:ch- jnsi,le itsioi iht v is kept lip to the last it vcr dan Ut-ii. ami th it it lu.iv la- relied on tu l,i for their ri In I all it h.i 1 vci Us 11 f,.imJ tu ,l Ayer's Cathartic Pills, FOR ALL IHE PUHrOSES CF A rURCATIVf. MEDICML 1'olt ONl I M SN ; Polt nil. t i hi. ol Imiisiv; In It .1 VI Ml. I , Ton Till t'l nr. or Imhi.I sTIoN ; l ull Hl VI.Vi HI.; I'of. Till t'l ki: t.r Iivmatikt; I '.ill A l ot I So VI II ; l oll 111! t'l HI. ol Ki;vll I I As; I'o 11 1 111: I'll I n ; Pol: nil 'i 11 or Scimrri ; Pol: All. N tuts Civil I V!Ts ; Pol: 1 III '1 i.l. or Ik III I vi 1 1 is m . I ok lllsl VM s or III! Skl ; Poit 1111: Ci 1:1: or I.m u l ovi i vint; Pott Hhoi-nv ; Ton TnF Cfkt: r 1 it rut, Ii moks sn Sam Run m ; Poll WokMH; l-'oii mi. "i 1:1; or tioiT; I mt lUwi u I'll 1.; Pois Tin: Ci nr. or Nil itvioti; 1 01: I t i.iniMi 1111. liKM.ti. They are imjj.ir-co.ifcd, so th it the nm-t n-iini- tivrcan t ike tin-til .le:iMlitlv. iilid U ilii; -ure!v vei'tnhlc, lei h.iriti can uiisc fiom their 11 111 ani ajtitiiy. Prica 25 centi per Box ; ii Boxes for $1.00. iri';it tiiiinlicrs of Clcrijyiin 11, PhyMci.ni5, Stuh iiii, and ciiiiiici.t irs.ii:iLci, have hut their 1. .illicit to rej tif) the lo pai illcli il iiM-fiiln snf tlni' icih ilis, hut onr hj.nc- l.riewill imt ntiit the 1:1-1 III .11 of ill. 111. '1 he Ai tltsj Im low li.ilirtd fur ii-1. wi.it is our Ami in v Aim vn vc in wl.i.htlnf . ;i tiwu; with ;!.. f.ill ticv iiil.'Iis ,f the ahove oin-l lititN, and the tit itiu nt that should he fl lo.vcl for tlicir cure. Io imt Irf- j'tit off hy uni'iin. i.!cd deahfsi with 'thir j'icp.-irations they iiuLe mure .rolit on. Jlri. i:ni.l AVI kV, and take lm otlir. The kiik vvm.t the lc-t nut th( ic is for tin in, and UicybhrniU li:.v. ,t. - All onr Ki ti.cli s aic fr K.dc ly R. TH AYF.R, Lathing ; J. W. Phelpi. I Co. Maon; Nath. Champ, Onondaga ; Branch i Son, Stockhridpe ; and all dealer in Mdliciiie everywhere. WholeiUile Ly Parrand ii. Whet on, Detroit. lylTl IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMEHi . JUST PUBLISHED!! A 'KV Wflkl apl.KXblt.LT IU.-pTTH (TM .L1- liii i.iiii.,) or aliiu.1 iuu mum-tu if a-'.iia ox iMaaaiaaoTBaMiVALoKu infm- OCl kll IS) TBB rV BLIC, laUB. KbTBmUM' MkKM'AL il It'll. ISArUeulBrlr attyteil tu tli m f Bvlh , l.k L tirjiW. ia Plaib EwiLla all tkat m dm aary ta kn pertaunnr to ti UasMratir Jia.ih-ra li n ie traeW Ui inBuie tlij i.-u-laca Bfiva niosl and U0y L all trOD eaa Bfti4 tiem, m4 mT tb7 are a Biirtaiiai m U bare eufitraetad A.tm baw U affaet a )-.' 7 ao4 (r tata enra. Iak , A eUi nai.j inpnrlaathinta vbicfc M V f-iaod errioMl.ia VtUtum tuam4 lif. Bailirmeiiif " vreic nui otut iiua iru?s mil a;so iae luiif frp-, the blktil. I' th the virus and tke bile accutuuU.e in the ciivulatiju. aud produce vio'.itit cor.ti.V. ti.ni U i!;s r-or. 1 tie s ukjert knows ia lh eaUloiraa f kamaa li a " ml, ur olhar d wi bf tb ruiUl wnM. Midwiferr, Mmeamiy, Jnputracs ana Lainia a nxmi; other WMca, ar tnatasl aitk all Lb ,aaHliabH In. U their importaans oaaiaaste it btinf ia bet, a -j,lrt buJ .nntiral work aa Ui tfmoUtftml Mjttonf J tl.a Dial a&4 feaiala Trtm, aa4 U1 b aiailed la bmIm. r,r. 1n rart fif th world at th aediBf ! inisi of T A fc.STV-UVE t'EMS, r ! l..llr. Ai; E NTS W A VTED ia arerf Ftat. fmmlj, fjty and ru Ur in tli t inted and Caaadaa. ir. KEYN0LD3 atioai to diepeaM 1 ibTalBtUft rir. l.ei in thou afltietad with 8ert Jri, wiLb LtM t arrem atteodact npoa thirty yaara af pvraMal 'e" nw aod craetjea ia b prlu"- Nona lea treMroent Laifeorwd. Halwy fir tb tsrt of avUs faeUon. Uonorrbaeea, Giaat, Sj uhii, Strietara, SopV'e sion 4 th MtwM ia femaira, 4&, aoerawafallf treated. Vt.un wian, wbo by iodolirvojr ia aaowt taUta, Ur eontraetad that riBl-oUloii.r,Biiod-rotratiiir. Mj -:r..r.s t4C, abould apply to Ir. IUvouf witboato Ue. la th, aa wll u ai! oOir eaa of a aneata at. Dr. !'.toli.a eomzpenda ao arly appttoati; aad with out any TBuity or anpiratiun, denda.ily tate that a tw within tha efcach of amrtal aid ahall eef laa aa witbat a ewra or aatiafaettoa (rirea. . Bewar of wmpirie and itcrant e!fTle1 prraawwa, whiaVTMrTeura,bQt6veroed. 1'r. R. at U It repoDut: fbrtician ia tbi eity wba derate I hol Lime nelmmtslf to th treatment of dnwaaw of FriTat nmtnre. (Th afflicted woeM do wU . ..hi eBQainee befor e,ooltinf tboM adrrtiaiif U..e eite.J Ir. B.' pnwtie eiteielB tbrosgb rryfct in tLe C'ui and th Bntivh fronnee. N. B. Ir. Be v Bold ia a..! Ajest 1" Dr. Viebarf f m: Monthly J'illa. Among the many tboatmad "V U,f Villi annually aold, not oo eooiplaiot bat r n.. araiort U.em. Ladi ia a earUia aitaatwa i1 n..t b them; tbe parueolara of which will tha directiotii aenoropanyuiit eacb boa. BHea ft by inai! to any part of Lb world. Beware cf Cobb1i Ti.er arc c t oa aJ at any other p!a. If.en daenljin( are, rrtDptoma. occapatinB. , pn perly attended to, and media n enrly aealad fr" ,Wrrtion, eent to aU parta of tfce world. No letter will b anewared anlena they eoataia iw li.it'ane of oaa dollar. ia- All ernnmuiiieatioM ad!reed to E. J. Rji" . P.. X. 1 Eirianpa naee, Koeheeter, X. Y, wifl b rith prompt attentiea. -e b'.an fr.,m 7 A. M, to t P. M. f. s.Tb enrrarinf at the he I ofthif aieertiataw n a likenefa of fir. R. Beware of other adrartiaeBiaBw with a lk er.rTioj. Snndajr School Dookt. THOSE wihing Sunday School bookt or peri odicals can be supplied on abort notice, hy applying to the subscriber, or hi acrtry corner of Capitol Avenue and Lapeer street A. CPS0.V. 8.S.Misnn Lanaiog Qtj, Ftk. 16, 16S9.