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JAMES TUEHEE, Agist for Ioiia Co.,
rmU- J." lb - promptly- PartieuUr .tlrn- Uua wiu o w. . .. " lUM, aa4 detaeUe-l dwelling- MERCHANTS' INSURANCE COMPANY, OH IIAIlTrOKU Application to transact the buninesn of Hiuif r A February 1 1 .oKiinru.M.j u.,ri..nt' Inauraocr 0iubn I ol lUrtrrl. ia the ttt f Cmnecticut, respectful that tb are aa Insurance Company, locrporsi. aa4 Bnflertbe lasts of the flats, of O.nuecticut, an : tAat the are a actually miH in r.e "- " 10 - it... k.h. r.ni for a em tiBeate author auag than to Uaonact the busiue ft Insurance in tlie Brato f at whit-aa, a proided for an-l authorne'l in the - .. ... , ,...!. ta Kir. Marine. Ijfn ami Health Insurance t'Mnpaoje-.an'l their agents, aoeia u..r.h,r, ...I inriiYiiluaJ (loins 'i'e. .Mnn Lit aad Health Insurance busine. not ueurfrnl-l th grata U Micbitfaa," approved frbruary uid, Tbej further aver an,'! show aa follows, u. li T,. th um of uiii comoaoT Merchant Iu-iu rase Compear, f Hartforl, ani thai their place o basinets ia ia llartfurd, in ail SUV- of Connecticut . ik. Kml maintain rheir nrincine! other. AThat the amount of their capital stock it tut sum ol ,..Arm.i ihiiuuiil dollar. IdThat of said capital stock, the aura of one hnn-lreil ad Bfty thouand an't ninety dollar ban aciua.ij w-ru paid ap by the atoekbolu-r t"rav"j ak T,( tl.a of m.l eomntnT e'U-t 1. Of caab oa hand at their il place of omine-M, the am of three hundred nineteen and ev. ny f-.uroo nun lredlha dollar. I.'aah in the hands of the ai-ot- of aid aueanejie. the aum of three thounan 1 four li'in tred till even and arty-ooeone bundredthi dollars; eab iu hn in nr eeraona other than the a lit of naid company, but tnehadinv bank and hankero. the Ruin of t-Iy four thouaaad eight hundred thirty n:ne and uiii-ty -w drelha dollar. HAi real etate. which i unincumbered, none JH (if booda now owned by said company, amounting la actual value to the aum of at least fitly ven thou-aim aevea hundred and ten dollar, the rate of mtre-t up..n which bond ia an percent. B.n-U now owned by the company, tii: Tar Tal. Market tal Xiawnuri SUte6 per ct bond-i. 1'I,(H .. Mich'iran " Ohio Kentucky Hartf.ird C ty, Hartford City, 15,ki I jxl H.l'JI 5, -Jill 1 ,. i '1i' " h,in f,lHII (R.R.) IS.miO (i'ark) &,n) Total boo Li $:.7,:n)i'.:,:iHio 4th K UebU legally due i the ai I company, and ie ara.1 b nortiraire.oTher than thoeemhracel in 'he fore vinaT nunwratioa, the iam of at least thirteen thoU-ii 1 aollara. Mb 4Jf debt legally duo to amid company, eciiixl atharwiao than by nvrtire, but not due for premiums. tha eam or at least anteeo thousand eT-o iuinirei er a aasl eighty two one huo.lre.ll lis dollars. iS-hts othtr wiae aeeurel. loan on stork. Vit : Am't loani d Par al. far. Tal. tbrrooo lu& aha Bank of Hartford Coanty, Hartford,... $5,2io $l,:;f (Ki t aha Mercantile B k. liar. TuU 7IHI i SO aha II erf b fc Manufac turer.' b'k, llartoid, 3.0i 3.1V l,Tii5 1l 122 aha Kockville U k, Rock. i;it IJ.'ixi ,;:j5 vtt IS IrTiBir Bank, !. V., 1M 'M 10 " .ttna Rank. Hart . l.lMKl !.) 4. If . ft w Farmer' ft Mechan ics' Bank. Hartford.. . &") ': SbePhormt liaok.lUrt., &a " 47 Total amount loaned na the a bore stock, Il'",707 'JO Sth Uf debts lee-ally due to said company for pre mi BOW, the asm of at least aeTen hundred ninety -eiirht and ftirty eight on hundredths dollar. 7th Of all other securities and moneys, the sum of at toast one hundred twenty sit. thousand one hundred ser ntv seTeo and thirtr one hundredth dollars. Ail other aaaantic are : 1st. Bank stocks owned by the company, vii : Har Tal. Mir. tI. ftO Share la. Esehanee Rank.V. Y. w f.S.-.IHUW &,7MI 01) 60 60 60 Iwo 60 to 60 MetmnohUn iUuk, N. Y. 6,000 in) Charter Oak ISank.ilartford, &,uni.im Eschan; Hank, lUrtiori, i t"0 .Una Bank, Hertford, Io.imni.Oi) Kar. Mech. Itank.lUrt , & iKiO.iNt Ptioeon IUuk. Hartford, ,lN ih Mer. Man Hank, 5,n0 ih C ty lUnk, Hartford, 5.IMKJ OH Hide . Leather K'k,l-ston,9,iNMi.li Nat onal lUnk, Ifcwton, &," ") Mafety l and Bank, ttin, &,(0 CrJ ft.&HI (Hi a,;;."iii m i o no 5 ,7 oo on 6.iexi.t.i 5.-J5H On 5.SOH no S,4i mi 60 60 5.100 tat 6,1"0 mi $'".70 00 fTl.d.'H) 0l AxureaU alue of the above ktock 71.'A' 0 00 SiL Stock note on interest, for balance ilue on lock. l-.i.d'l on S4 latoreet accrued but nt due, ............. 4,1117 lil 11:0.177 ol llkr The amount of liabilities of aai-1 company, now due y aaid company to banks, or t other creditors of said aompaay, aoao. Tha amount of liabilities hereafter to become due by aid company, to banks or other creditors, none, lb The amount of losses by ai.l company now adjusted aad now due, none. 7tkv The amount of loss adjusted but not yet due, none kth The amount of Wse of said company, unvlju-ted at the preaent tiue, does not exceed the mm o twelve hundred dollars. alh The amount of lueses ia suspense, wtitinj for proof, BOB. .0ta The amount of all other claims atinst s.iil cm- pany do aot amount to mora than live hundred do tars, llta Aa authenticated copy of the Charter, or Act of Incorporation uf aaid company or association, is hereto annexed, marked schedule A., an I alsj a true copy of their By Laws, marked Schedule H. (MklMU: If the company be a partnership or joint tuck company, atrike out the last clause an l say ) llta A trae copy of tbe Articles of Association, or l art- aatahia Ajrreement of aaid company ia hereto annexed, marked Schedule A. VtriJkaUm if theah 5(.Veaf, a rjuirrl hy Krti.rn 1. km or Covxa-TH-v-r. i Hartford County, jt4 C Thoe. LtblrU. beinfr duly sworn, on hit .s'h .Vm,.,-s aad aays that he has read the fonyoiii' stsi.-uo-ut, n I aaawa tbo contenta thereof, that this deponent is the Secretary or tbo Company or Association therein men ttoaad, aad is well acquainted with their affairs, an 1 tl.st aa has food reason to believe, an l d.s-s Tenly belieTe, aakl statement to be true l thus. I.OGHKII Swora and subscribed before me, at llirtf .r i.m said elate aad county, this nineteenth day uf Mat, A. I 1S50. And I do farther certify, that I hare this day made a wrsonal exam nation or the asset in the band and pos antoa of the said Merchant' Insurance Company, and I amlully satisfied, from such persoual examinatM'n, that aat4Vompany are the bona fid holder and owners ( tha SOTeral stacks, bonds, mortirase. and other proreitT of which said Company ia represented to be the owners 1 th foregoing autement and exhibit ; and also, that tha eeTeral loans by aaid CompanT, aod the securite-s therefor, are aa abore auted; which aaid ecuri'.ie are lull aad ample for the respective loan made thereon. Witness my haad and seal of office, fua. J lirlNKY K. W WO.CH. Carom esioner of the State of Michigan, in and for the State of Connecticut. wot a and snbeenbed before me, at Hsrtford, in a:d oonnty and State, this twentT fourth day of M.v. A. I' ISi. i;EOKC.E A. liU.M.tN, Notary I'uK.ic. CERTIFICATE R LICENSE, rauVr th Insurance Ad itbntiry bth, . Omn or th SantiTAiy or Statt, Laasinc, Mich May U6th, 1S59. j TO 1U TO WBOW THBSS lkMtsK.Tr SMALL ivm : Wktrtat, Pursuant to tbo provision x.f an Act pf the 9tata of llichiiran. entitled " Aa Act to regulate Fire, marina. Life and Health losaraare Companies, and their afaata. Associations, lartaershipa and IndiTiduals doinc lira. Marine, late and llea-th Insurance bus nes. not in annotated br tha State of Michigan," approved February 16. 1S69. there waaaa the tweetv filth dar of Mar. A I. MS, furnished to the Secretary of the Slate of Michigan, aaa aiea in nia t trice at uaasinx, a statement of the In araaca Company known as toe Merchant' Insurance Company af Hartford, which Company is an incorporate.! wmaaay aauer ine laws of toe Male or Connecticut, ac- aamf snyias; which slatemeot. and conatitutinii a part thereof, was eralenca aat'sfactory to said Secretary of - uj.wmufui rvuirva ov said act, together wia a rwaviauia an ier im seat 01 said Company. coel aanordin to said Act. and bearing date the nineteenth J I, aathonx nz MAHUiN S VRirsT afoat of aaid Company, to acknowledge sereice of pro aasa aad f declaration in behalf of said Companv, as fsveided by said Act. .Tow kmxm ye, Tnat thxid Insurance Companr, act ni y aad throug-a MAHUi.M S. FROfjr, its Agent aboee aamii, aacord ng to the provision of said Act, aad the whia acting as such for said Coraiaor, is hereby authorized and empowered to transact Insurance ass atM state or Michigan, a nroviJed be ui.l at abject to all tha provisions, reservations and limitation a bbm act eoatamed. Ia Testimony Whereof. I have herenntA t - , baad, and caused the rtreat Seal of the State aat J to be afflved, tbe day and year Br-t above . wrwma. . ISBFI.L, JJU1 9ecreUry of State. JAaV TTJRWZR. AKwn for Ingham CoamlT, "nnenr far Kni ITIHS rabweriber offers for sale his interest JL the Nnraerr. fwhioh U nna.k.tr 1 i - twrtamhip with John S. nairi, ia the city of IstBairif, a'toateti south of the Cedar bri Jsre ad direedj opposite Mr. Harris'a house. The 11 paJted, two jears old, mnJ in rood wwiWon. He will aell Tery cheap. Term, to Ml the parchaaer. For particulars, enquire of tsYcSlS FRAN'K TlkVT-: T0 J01 1 WAST Window Shades and Fix. e mmr Toa rill find fine stock at the CITY BOOK STORE. 2? is iifif'T O II HOOPLA l CELEBRATED GERMAN BITTERS, W1IX EKF1XTTALLY CTIIE LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, J lutein', Cnr-mtr ;r .Vrriu '6oVy, I'i.u'wt Of. Kidntv, a'f all dura", nri-itiij fn tn a tiu;nlTl Lit er fT SUniUif ft. Such as ConMirriplion, Iriwar 1 J'lif". I u,f ft lll'--a to the Head, Acidity of tb- Moniaeii. aue. ll-artburn, ln-lfut for 1 uins or A.-.giit 111 the Moimu-li, Sour Kracation-, Muk.ug -r Flutter jig at tlie 1'it ,! the Sti.m ach, Saiinming tf the Head, Hurried ani l iiti'-u t rtreath mg. Flutiering t the Heart, 1 li.!.in .r Su:l"C.tii.g nations alien ill lying po.liiie, 1iihd-- of Vi-K.n. l-t or Vsebu before the" nulit, Fever anl I 'all pain iu the Head. Iiencenry of rer-iir:i',"n, Veliow iie- ot the Skin and Eves, I'aiu in the Sr'.e, lUrk, Che-t, Ijiuhs, Kr. , Sud den r lushes of lh-at, lliiniin.' in ti.e liej.ii. Constant linSg iiir.gs of Evil an-i jrreat lej.te,!on of Spirts. The proprietor . 111 tal.u.g tiie tteni.on ( t!.e public to tin- piei.rat.--ll. do i:!i a !.-e'iii of il.e utmost con& '.ea -e .a it-, virtue, .in 1 a.l.i;.Mt 1 ri to the d.-eaes for which :t is re. i.inineli !e 1 Jt is no new iii.d untried r!ir!e .ut 111" V.iaI l: the te-t ..f a t.11 je.nV tri.il la-fore the Auiericnn people, an I it reputation and ' are unr. 1-! f.y a' aaniiar :o i.aration extant. Ii. t'.in .iiv in it- :.t"r iriveu ov pr 111 nent an 1 e!I ku 1 4il pvrti of the co in -: ,l.t the A I nunc, pi. tor, and to U- h, t .-.i:. sati-!v the i,,.,.t -W-l-'-l ' wrvm the grelt C iel.l an !'hicutl- and mliv .i.nN :n 1- .nilliene all 1 :l CH-i tlll pern ii:-!.e atiiua'oy l-y the proprie 1 .( ;i:iv of hi A.'ents, r iiiiiot hut il ths' this reme.tv 1 really .!e iy it hus oht tiio-d. I1m. inc. noori, A1I' BALSAMIC CORDIAL, Iff. li!ESi-rHY TKIiiiK lironchitl, J'iieniu'il, li' t-'f of A'i'oir tit arixinj from fV.v, uriiifnt t'onnnmp tioti, ami fr the rli'f ami if at all 7.01 blf)rure f l'ittnts in a l tu t,l ;,ijx of tht lltt' r iltxruHf. Tins ce li a ted preparation, liWe the H.tteis, mar 1 con'i lentlv r-l.ed ..11. It i- i-- t:.- S l r :i es more eoer tl mi l in re :'jt li t:i r. any otlirr to al. the peoj.n- of tip- .-out.'., v r- - i'. e.-t 1 ho-e r.:i from a "slight cl .! ' 1 1.1- m.iu-ut a iihor.ty. l-r H -sys : I will not i.t that Odds are 1 1 our irihitb taul a-hat tli" Pn;t . and Vniow H.U.K a-e to those of other countries , but, I can aver confident that thev 11-her 111 li-ea-s of greater complicity and moitaltiy thai these latter." A further i.roof of the terrible Ta'a l'y of !i-ea-es re suit from a ''coiii.n.im cold" iiihv he -een hy a iflau the fol owing tati-t .-s, taken from t'ne recoids of tl Hoard of Health oi I'hila del.dn.1, enf- ! y ue of the rao-t healthy lcoallt.es in the un on : Is.Vi Total deaths in I'hiliadelidiia l'i,-".l lied of f'oii-iiinption " all other th-ea-es ( Jio 111 mini- her,).... 9,.14'. -lo.rxi 1S51I. Total deaths Ji.l d Con-iiinption " all Other ,li-e t,T19 Sol lvM. Total deaths 11 ail Red of Oin-uiuptioii, 2.1TH all other di-e i-e, 0 ,'-(' II, SI I From the-e fiirure-. it will be seen t!it m-arlv one fourth of the total deaf hs 111 the country aie riu-e l by con-iimntion, to say ii'dhin of tl e iiuuv-rous other di ea-es -priiiirin from a "slii:!.' cold." Ia not tr.tle with your health : but, if s'l'ierinz from couirh or cold on the' luiis, buy a tottleof II H.ANIi llAl.SAMICt iiltl.lAl., nn l y..u may sitelv count on cure. Thou-amls have done so, an I have certified to it wonderful etfects. Couifhs sometimes proceed f'om a di-or lered or a dy tieiitie state of the "fomacli in vi liii-li c.i-e the l.irmsn Hitters -.hould ! 11-ed. In ca-e of eakne, or iten eral debility of the sytein, resulting from a protrai: fed OMi;h,tiie te rman ll.tten aill he f..iin. of great benefit. Prepared only hv I'r. C. M .1 -!,. ,.n, 41s Arch Sti-t llilladefphia , and for - il" r.y lrn.'.'e-ts and Morekeepers thmiiirhont t! e I nited Slates an I Canada. I Cents per bottle. For sale b.- K. Thaver Co., E. 1 I!uf!in.'ton, and New h'O Bn , ju-in', and all re-pectable Ihunists in the I'nion. 1 l'.'iJ II I? I I ! I A AND LUMBER YARD I HAVE on li.vi'i ami fur fill.-, a l iri :irnl st-U'rlfd stock if P I X 1: I. U M li K R , Emdrarin all lliu ililV.-roiit thii-knos'S ami qii;tl ities 111 pfiiornl nt. A l.r:o l't of Si.i-'l Hoitril fop liothie Ikhis. s aii'I b:irns. Aur ainouiit of first, second and cuinmoii im li, inch .'itnl a fontfh flooring, which I oili-r very low fur c;t.-li. Al :: IMMI ffft if S-'llltfin IJ'h! Jn'tti. of all Icii;1h and si.eS, Ilufif ISoards, !ardand Stick Lull. liHiiMin tin lice Shaved tiine Shin gle. A Lirre .fiioiirit of Hewed Tiinlier. It:ts: and Wliitcwooil Lninlicr, Ash and ISjsswoo.l Flooring. The alove lunil.er will le sold rough orlrcs ed as desired, as I have A I'laiiiins .V;iliin and can till all toil ot work and material for the entire finishing of house. All common sizes of Pino and Whitewood Doors fur sale low. Those in want of house. r huiMitig material will do Hell to pve men call, for I am hound to compete with all conitietiton, l.-t the price he what it inav. All kinds of produce and occasion allv a horse, wagon, watch, cr gooil cash noti' taken in part pav fur huiMing or Jlotises and Iaiis. Iioln.K. Litning, Januarr 1, lS,r.l. l'.ni I'R. J. . Kkkmott's (.'ei.kijrated Veoetabi.k Mkiucinfs, niantifictured onlv hv Dr. J. . Kerinutt, fur II. M. (iidinati t t'o., at their store, o. 11 Congress sr., Petroif, Mich CoxrorMi Extract or Willow, a positive and never-failing cure fur Ague, I 'hill Fever and Itilhous Ii.ease. It is a mi'd vet powerful tonic all cases of detulitr, indigestion dvpensia. anJ weakness ot the stom.K-h. Ciinroi'sri Mamwakk, or Aperient Anti-I5il ions rills, the best purgative now known. These piil cotnliine power with mildness of action, and III no case pi.. d ice s!i!isV'.iieiit coti-l ipation. Extract op r.i.Ai ki.Kiii; v, a veget.iM.-Summer Complaint cure. The only ii-rlain remedy in Dysentery, IJIimmIv Flux, Cholera, Cholera Mor bus, Cramps, ,vc. Vegetable I'clmoxakt Ralsam, a safe and certain cure for Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Bron chitis. Asthma, Spitting of Illood, &c. JSf" For Certificate., ic, see Circulars, to bi had of Druggists and Medicine Dealers generailv For ftile by U. Til AYF.K. Agent. " ALL ACOIIMC!! EDGAR'S ESTABLISHMENT IS IN FULL BLAST. An airy.li ght. Kill i:irl ICooiil, with two Tables, both new and "First-Kate." A convenient ROWLIXC SALOO.Y An orderly, well supplieil suit of EATIXG E00MS, Where will be found all the dolincies of the sea son, with a constant supply of Fresh Oysters. An cxtensixe Grocery Establishment, with a rnorisiox store Stock, Confectionery, and other articles osuallv dealt in, in that line. The public are respectfully invited to call and examine for themselves. 103 Patent Clmriiw an VaIiins Ialiiii(t'. WARRANTED to give perfect satisfaction or 11 no sale! These machines surpass all oth ers now in use, for simplicity, durability, utilty and execution without the slightest iniurT to clothes. We will send these washers for trial to the houses of those wishing to purchase, as they require to be used to be rightly appreciat ed. Also, constantly on hand or made to order, all kinds of C O O V V. R W O R K . Trass Hoops, Cisterns. Tacking Barrels, Butter Firkins, Wash Tubs, Well Bucket, Sap Buckets 4c, at prices to suit the times. One door north of the Episcopal Church. THOMPSON Jfc nUXTER, Lanniny, Mich. 1t2"9 4 SPLENDID assortment of Bibles. Schoo t. Books, Wall Paper, Curtain Taper, Cloth Shades, Curtain Fixture, Fancy Good, Ferfume ry and Toilet Soap, just received at The CITY BOOK STORE. 151 1 VERS A LIST BOOKS. MAY be found constantly on hand for sale, at the residence of the "subscriber. Som nf the latest publications and standard works of the denomination. C. W. KMCKERB ACKER Lansing, July IS, 155'.. 221ra3 Look Hesre ! ! FJHSi' AiUUVAL 0K FOlt I.AXSlMi MARKET! SPRING of 1859! 1)F.r, LEAVE to notifiy their Friends and Cus 3 toniers that they are now receiving direct from New York, a Iarg", complete, and well se lected stock of SPRIM & SMMER GOODS Of every descri'tion, suitable to City and Country Trade. Our JSiock Consists Of: LADIES DRESS GOODS. LADIES DIIESS (.00DS. LADIES DRESS GOODS. LADIES DRESS GOODS. For Spring ami Summer. READY MADE CLOTHING. READY A1DDE CLOTHING. READY .MADE CLOTHING. READY MADE CLOTHING. A Great Variety. CLOTHS, CLOTHS, CLOTHS. CLOTHS, CLOTHS, CLOTHS. CLOTHS, CLOTHS, CLOTHS. CLOTHS, CLOTHS, CT0TIIS. Superfine, Medium, ami Coarse. DOMESTIC, I)ometic,DOMESTIC. I )0M ESTIC, Domestic, DOMESTIC. DOM ESTIC, Domestic,DOM ESTIC. DOMESTIC, Domestic,DOMESTIC. A Lare Stock. I I ATS, 1 1 ATS, II ATS. HATS, HATS, HATS. HAT'S, HATS, HATS. HATS, HATS. HATS. For Spring anil Summer. ROOTS AND SHOES. ROOTS AND SHOES. ROOTS AND SHOES. ROOTS AND SHOES. Fine and Coarse. YANKEE NOTIONS. YANKEE NOTIONS. YANKEE NOTIONS. YANKEE NOTIONS. OF Ul TOS ' JOHN THOMAS & CO. lousing, 3Ltrch I'i, l.'lO. Q III C K S A LBS AND MODERATE PROFITS!! A . n . IS A U I K V , Having Replenished his Stock of FAMILY GROCERIES, With a full and choice selection of every kind of giMtd iu that line, invites the examination of house keepers, before supplying themselves. It is hi aim to keep no articles but thr bet. In addition to the GROCERY TRADE, he will, a 1111 1, keep a constant supply of Fresh ami Cured Provisions, SCCII AS ItAMS, PORK, P UTTER, LARD, Poultry, Mackerel and WhiteFish. lie h:t in -tore, the bet article in the line of SFf.AKS, MOLASSES, SYMTPS, TEAS, Sl'ICES, kc ALSO a choice article of dried Prunes, a good substitute for Apples. He ha a l.ir- nortiuerit of OHIO STOXE-WAKE, forming, together, a stock which Ilotel-keeners. Boarding Houses, and private families would do well togive attention. He has thanks to give for past patronage, and strong liopes of still greater for the future. A. E. BA0LEY. Lansing, Jan. 1, t-TUE OTjDEST 'it Furniture Warehouse IN" THE COrXTRY, Conant Rlork, 114, Jefferon Avenm. To all Furniture Buyers, I offer to the public bT far the largest and most complete assortment of FURXITURE, CHAIRS, MATTRESSES, Lookiny-Glaff, Wi'lov-Ware, dre. That can be found west of New York city, all of whtcn was selected with the greatest care, and with paritcular reference to the Material, Manu facture, Quality, Style, Fashion and Price. 3f" The same will be sold at 25 per cent, less than ever offered in Detroit, r.irlor. Dining, Bed-Room, Library and OiHce FUMITUEE. In Rosewood, Mahogar.v. Walnut. Oak. Mar.le and Cherry, with any covering, plain or fancy, that mav be desired. Also. Painted Enameled Bed-Room Sifts. great variety of stvles constant'v on hand. Beddins, Curle.1 Hair, Mos, Husk, Cotton and prin? .Mauresse. tXT To the TRADE, everv article in the Fur- niture. Chair, Upholstrr, Hardware and Willow- are Lne, with a good Tariety of superior Tar nishes, Japan, Yeneers, Mahoganv. &c.. &c. are offered at a $ma!IaJcauce from cott. All Good Warranted aa Keprrarntrd. K. B. Goods bought from this establiahment for Shipping, securely and properlT packed for transportation. J. W. TILLMAX. Detroit, 195. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS Jlortsasc ale. DEFAULT having been ma l i:i the pnvn-.r.t cf a certain mortgage, executed by William P. Hazeltun and Permelia, his wife, of Michigan, to Ira Davenport, ct New York, dated January third. l!53. and recorded January loth, !;.:, the and 12 been tice the thirtieth dav of August, P. M. of that day. at the front dxr c-f the li g ham county Court House, in the village of Maen, I shall sell at public auction to the highest bid der, the premise described in said mortg.iire, (or o much as shall lie necessary to satisfy the amount due on said mortgage, together with in terest at ten per cent., cost and expenses allow ed by law, together with an attorney f.-e of twentV-nve dollars) that is to say, the wl?t ha'f of the north wes-t quarter of section thirty-five (35) in t.wn two (2) north of range two (2) we?t, (excepting tne acre, in square form from north we?t corner of said land) containing seventy-nine acres, more or less. Dated June iird, 1S5.. IRA DAVES PORT, Mortgagee. W'U. J. WaTERMAS, Att'.V, Detroit. 21413 Omiiiiiioiier' .oliee. IN the matter of the estate of Oliver li. Rice, deceased. The undersigned having been ap pointed commissioners by the Judge of Probate to audit and adjust all claim agaiist the estate of said O. B. Rice, Notice is therefor 1 -reby given that we will meet at the houeot Chaurcey Murphey, in the town of Lairing, for the pur pose of adjusting claim H2"uist sai l estate as above, on Wednesday the :M-t day of August, and on Saturday the 1st day of October, 1.V., at i o'clock A. M., on each of said days. Six months only being allowed from the 1st day of April Ia-t for presentation of such claims. JOHN' MARTIN. 222w CH AUNCEY MI RPHEY. Mierill ale. OY virtue of one execution issued out of and l) under the seal of the circuit court for the county of Ingham, to me directed and delivered, I have levied upon all the right, title and itit. rt !-t of William S. Meal, in and to the following de scribed lands and tenements to wit : Lot No. S, l, lo and 1 1, in block No .1, in the Meadville sur vey, on section twenty live 25. township two north of range one east, county of Ingham, and State of Michigan, which I shall expose for sale at public vendue, to the highest bidder, at the court house, in the village of Mason, on the 15th d.tv of September, 1'., at one o'clock P. M. Dated, Mason, Julv 23d, 1nV.. Cw222 ' E0Y BAKER, Sherilf. Sheriff nlv. BY virtue of one writ of execution issued out j of and under the seal of the Circuit Court for j the county of Ingham, to me directed and do- i livered, I have levied upon all the right, title and . interest of Harvey Lee, in and to the following j described land and tenements, to wit: the north ; half of the south cast quarter of section sev- j enteen 17 also, the south east quarter of south ca-t quarter of section 1 17 in township three : 3 north of range two 2 cast, county of lug- j ham and State of Michigan, which I shall ex-: pose for sale at public vendue, to the highest bidder, at the Court Houe, in the village ofj Mason, on the Sth dav of September, 1 ;'., nt ' 1 o'clock P. M. ElY BAKER, Sl.erill Dated, Mason, July 22d. A. D. 1 s :'.. ow jii I'rohali' STATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Ingham, At a session of the Probate Court for the county of Ingham, holden at the Probate Olliee, in Mason, on Monday, thel-t day of August, in the year one thousand eight hundretl and fifty nine. Present, Win. II. Pinckiiey, Judge i f Probate. In the matter of the estate of Oliver (sear, deceased. On reading and filing the petition, duly verified, of Xormati Simon, a cred itor, praying that administration tijiun s.iid est.ite mav be granted to James A. Le-i.i. Thereupon it is ordered, that Monday, the 22d ilav ol August next, at II o clock m tlie lore - noin,be assigned for the hearing of s:id petition, and tliat tlie fieirs at law ot sanl ileceasi il. an.f ail other persons interested in said estate are requir ed to appear at a session of said Court, then to be holden at the Probate Office, in the village of Mason, and show caue, if any there be, u hy the prayer of the petitioner should not be grant ed: And it i further unbrrl, that said peti tioner give notice to the person interested in Said estate, ol the pendency r.t said petition, a?id the hearing thereof by causing a copy of this ordr to be published in the Lansing Republican, a newspaper printed and circulating in said coun ty of Ingham 3 successive weeks previous lo said dav of hearing. A true copv. j WM. II. PINCKNEY, 3w223 Judge of Probate. TO OVl'KA TOICH. pursuance u an act ciititW an "Act I 1 th ic Legislature of Michigan to provide for the drainage and reclamation of Swamp Lands, by means of State Road and Ditches, approved February 11th, 1 S.V.," the undersigned Commis sioner on the Ionia, Houghton Lake and Mack inac State Road, w ill proceed to let the work on said road to the lowest responsible bidder, at Lansing, in Ingham County, Michigan, on the 23d day of August next, at lo o'clock A. M. Said road commences at the north-west coiner of section nineteen, town seven north of range six west, in Ionia Cojnty, and end at the Strait ot Mackinac, and on the township line between ranges three and four west. The entire length is 212 1-2 miles. It will he let in section to suit the bidder, hut no bid less tbau one mil will be considered. It is to be cut out six rods wide, cleared and grubbed four rod wide, ex cept w here there are logways, culverts or bridges. Logways are to be IS feet wide, and tlie logs not less than eight inches in diameter, and to be si zed and spotted to place. Pridges and culverts are to be constructed after the plan and specifi cations now on fill in the olliee of the Secietary of State. The road bed is to be turnpike! two feet higher in centre than at the edge of ditch, s, and through all wet ground gravelled. For fur ther specifications iu regard to the superstruc ture. Contractors are referred to the draft, profile and report of said Cominissi'iners a adopted by the Road Hoard at Lansing, Julv 7th, 1 ."'.. Contractors will be paid for constructing sai I road in swampland, or m money to accrue frou the sale of swamp land., at their option. Do. troit, Julv 1.1, 1 ."'.. H. II. LERoY, SANFORI) A. YEOMAN'S. J. W. TOMS, 221 w6 ( 'om'tiinKi'tur r. BROKE LOOSE! IMPORTANT REDUCTION IN PRICES, AT I ?iti K IISO L IS ! GREAT nAVOC AMoNC THE DRY fionDS, AT I.f.'EROLI! KOW IS THE TIME TO BUY CHEAP, AT I.EROLI! The subscriber wishes to reduce his present !H-k s low as possible, preparatory to a Grand Demonstration, NEXT SEPTEMBER! Intending at that time to open the entire SECOND FLOOR of hi building, for Tlillinory, Fancy Good, Carp'!, merchant Tailorins. And to display, in eight different Salesn "on, forests of Goods, at popular price. J3In the meantime, bring in a dollar and take an armful of Gooos. II. I.GERSOLL. Lassiso, July 2'th, ISO. !. Inffiiira rminif Keistei a l.!.ce. in L:U r , ,TCM "..' .V-r.;.. 5." . f. ...!.it,!.v.:aa. ion I'roiu-ner. ."tea: of mortgages, on "pages and 'Jin, um: ! ?.tVa"prvnuiK'i incurai.i.- - 4tnspt;r"iV!!: prou-ptk and thcroughly. hich mortgage thereof claimed to be due at! irjl eh.tUnif te-i. v 'uia ar date of this notice, the sum of tour liur.dred 1 .aairanui T"t EOl'A 1115 . I twenty-eight dollars and twelve ccms, (fl J-; :.w, . ,n,i ,., UID.,.n oa- i u:c.ir., ,ir..T;.red to execute orders of ) and so suit or proceedings at law having ; r'?!?.! ! for Bras and Composition Casti u instituted to ncovtr any part t!iereot, t o-j may t ukc:j w.t, prrf-ft f t ' 7' Trr.i-.i!v is therefore hereby given, ti.at on luesy. driHraw ;."':X.,r U:, v Vr,;s I L. ST. JOHN'S COUGH AND CON SUMPTION SYRUP. Tv.,.,iit r?. have m..l A u .f th.s rrt rrafJT st frapm..r i a v i-aj" ',, ". , ..t..mv f.r ti.e care f' 1 iiai:iy 1"' ,,f ti.e 1'.. 1 a- Hr-aU Hjre:.e. H--;::! I tf'i.' fiiue of r.e curre!Vi-trl t t ; l-r . l''.t:i:IC.ei. r ft t a tn SJrpn rut anJ iiu.lrrful i ':.r.ic:T -r l!i .i ,1 V- 1 t.e -.ir ai'h a t rj..-, ti I t . I lr iveri.ft. a-.'l Tr. C... .1 .lo ll.itll.I.lt ...tiitti. a:: l Ut f.tl ' 1 'V in ' .!. ha I u- t J.ivnf-. f'xi-.-t"rat!t an. I f-1 Liver it.!. Ht t.t - Ill-re fir l.'T. S(,e t'l.-l 4-..i:ii:1.-ii. I t.l!tiic v-ur u'i ,r u-.rii; five ! .Mi.- :il.'.e t-i .in !.--r w-rk i.i' - r men. Iwr ,.f i:iv f iv ri.l.N. I i ll --t tive Uei it i- t!;e l-t in. -i-.Mie ;t:Vi.-t. with a .l.-i-e f I I..r o .'il l -I ' ii-t'Mt i aU.w.n. ,1 l,.m. A : .. Iv-ii in ti e .tine iy. a- t- Ih .f tt.e Svrui. Leu. t.t.-.l r. I III a.-i;,, I !, ,if ii.. .1 .r.l.t :tn , 1 ). :v f t h-).t.. urf! i ,i.-h tt. it I !.v- -:i. lu l. .1 in ue. Mv ctaii.l- ii J - lut f -r a h,.-. the ,t.-- I. -tile ,.f vuur Svrnp I. !i in t!n I'l.i.'e a !: '. -1 i;,:it.le im.'rk. One l...tti. . imii.-i tti tt l.e n t a -i t l. t.'tie ai!! l). r'e.'t ti." ie. I w.iil l r. I t!i..-e arrm .ire :miUr:y a: 1 t.. 1 Il i .1!,; T 1 . i tl1.'-1 " t II I ii. m r.i:ri'A . Life of a Member of the Indian Leeisliture 8iVei. Me,r. A. Ki-l.. r a Co.. of I m .iiier. lr. I.. : V .:ir lll. ll. lll. are v.,l.i:,i.- an l Very I-P'i:.r here. V-ur C..ili a-i.l '..nuti.i.ti.iti vn:t. -p.- nUy. . ,...ie ;, K,e.-,t .leal ..frf..... A. I'.m. a.e. l. . r.-preM-t,t-iit.vefr..m N..LI- entity. h i -.' tl ie I I.. I,i I..-.1 iOl II ii. v.i.-i i-i :i!i. 1-i tl I '..'.l.-v.'I :il he r..ii .1 never ti e !Mri iiin.-iil i t.l ttie et!J..y lliel: l- l . ! tl, it Vi jl l.i. Ii l.-M !ui:l r.k,lti et the. I lh lli.l in J-'. n l e. 1! , Svrup In- !:. le eii r. ty - f t -.1 h.-.i:V X ii - f M ir:. t'llt I.I : .'-i. , 1 ; . lie.l : Semirkb"e Cas? of H-iedit-'y Consumption. -ii.; rerntie thit mv i i alH.ete.l u'-.-u; e:sht in mih ih eve- -viiii.!.. m ! t'-!iu!niti m. she -i.! :t ere it .le ,1 ..f 1.! ... I. hi. I !ivi in aim ! uee H.t f..iitf'i. Me h i.l ii.irie-lnt. f In r re-., very, a her father lit;. I three w.ter !.! ilie.l with e..iiuti:p!i"ti. ati-l l.er .;. ie evt.leiitiv -iimiar l t ir. A t. r l e ,1,. I II C..tiVi...l t. I..T h.-. :1ll. Ut t.e.;r Week-. C"ll ..tatn'V f.:ttt.c. -he e -lien, tiee I u.f g ! J..Mi'- '..:ik'i anl :..i.iiti.pti..!i Svr;p Tin very m..ii rnr-.t l.er C..uli. a ti.l rc-..re. tier t- ti-.-t '- 'hi.-h-he Im . ni..ye. aith lt:!e i .t. rrni'ii. i. n i.e .r'v -: ve:r. Ilall.-te-.il relleveil It.e .. ,1 .le- pU -.-ate. : ,1 ,1 -r.yl c nun .-m l -p tie u .1 I.L. I. o. i'i l.-K K.HtM-M. l. " . C ugii and Pain in the Si.te of Five lesr St lading Cured.-1 wa ;!- I :tti a r-nch Hti.l pun in iTiy i le anl hr.-i- live v.r-. Ihini.tt three er I w i iir.-iv ahl.- t- e:ii .ntli.- ent t..u-!inti Ire. I . m i.; .y-.l !..iir ..r li i iihy-i. i tn. ah-, were uint.V t.i uive me at.y r. It. f My .i-e i-- w i- .-..Ti-i l.-re I iti-iira-Lie. r.rlima!. v I t.-i, St J..lnf t'..ii(ft. an. I O-ii-hm-p- t,..:i sytup. After t ttvin; perieet i. : th. j I . e .-.-k. t et.i-Ve.l :i!l . J. HIS M. KIKl lit U. I";:i lent pi' t. Infant Cured -w- If t.i'.li a Severe .'.. 1. w ! e..ui;i e.n.Mt.u, I ah..nt i mem tun.-, tie I.e-pir n rie'J- ..f n,-.l -.-Hie, tl-li. Iii. fit. I a" i lin llv il nKii.l.in ii t r il r..iu". im i r-n-ui! .-i .' il en re. ii in eliihl r i fl few k oM. i. h i.et-ie.1 up -ti i: li!ti I '.e y-r. th- t i.ii l L tvitiK. in the ,-...;rli We five it a Iff it Vl ..f win. h were ot ativ .pp.-iri-lit lii.-e.l. ff..m the -ti.n.e re.-..tn-' i. iv f- f..l-. t- try St. .l-hnVi I 'H. Wl. : very 'tl etf-l-teij .1 I I. l Hill K. K-rt li ill. O. i ..... .. , h :.. .-. St. i i .i 1 .i .v .. T.riiti S .1.1 hv .I.!.-"- vl .il Me CITY HOOK STOKE! A. J. VIELE, Having removed to his Xeir and Com- tiiliii Stor?, on the ertr f Wtsh'twj ton ami Mittiiijitri Arrnurs, tli recti i njtjinnit the liinhiinf tinif if W (M nil aiiuouiice to the citizen ot Ionising and vi.'itiitv, that he i prepared to suppW them witii the mo-t t'omplete stock of ICOOKH, 1 l. SUTIOMIKV, i Wall Paper, Fancy "Jood and Perfumeries ever 1 oroug-ix lino inis mai kei. HIS STUCK CONSISTS OF KELDJlOl'S, SCI i entsiic, .xiisci iLuieous, ami all the various kinds of School and Llank I look in com mon use. Letter, e:ip, commercial note, Mid fiticy St-itioiiery, envelopes, i-ard, cird-cases, gold aii-' ttcel peli,rewardiif mer rit, pell hol ler, pen cils. pott monies, w a 1 1 c t s , Minors, hair and cloth brushes, slates, flavoring extracts, Cologne, hair oils, pomade, hair dye, tancy toilet soap, blacK, blue japan and carmine ink, mucilage Vc, album, fans, lithographs, steel engravings, gilt moulding, cord and tassel for picture frames, cur tains and fixtures, oil canvas and ARTIST Materials for pointing. Also, cheap publication: of all kind; Harper, Godey, Graham, Peterson's Mr. Stephen, Arthur, Knickerbocker, Eni. r son sV Putnam ., Eclectic, Frank Leslie, I'.illouV, Dollar Atlantic and California M.ig.i.in, . Yan kee Notion, Nie NaT, II'o. Jonathan, N. Y Ledger, Mcrcurv, N . Y. Weeklv, Harper's Week ly, Frank Leslie's, ISallou's Piciorials, Picayune, Police Gazette, Scientific American, Clipper.Por ter's Spirit, Flag, Novelette, IJerm-iti Le-lie,Spir-itual Telegraph and Waverly. Thankful tor past favor, we hope to receive a share of public patronage. 1 v IT I i i.r.i7 vT k jTirTfor T, Cell (ic PliYMcian and Siirroii. Would most respectfully announce that he will visit Lansing on tlie f.nutc nth d iy of cvr month, for tlie purpose of inci ting patients :.t flicted with Chronic or Lingering Diseases. Rmnns nt the Iinim House. Dr. Kermott has in his .0ses'oii certificate from, and is permitted to relet, to hundred ot gentlemen ol high standing a'ld resj.ectabiiii v. in Detroit, London, Toronto, and other cities and town, who, hiving b.-eti reduced to the border of the grave from Liv. r Coiupl.iii.ts, Pv-p.-j.si.i. and other diseases, ;t!l,l having tried in vain I ii. ir physician's pre-crij tioiis, and mot of the qm.-k nostrums I'.jr the cure of t! u-e d!.-a-e. :ir- r;.,w, from the use of hi Vegetable Mc iici'i :; t : e enjoyment of perfect health. Dr. Kermott has, in the cities of London and Detroit, during the l.i-t seven Tears, adrnli.ist.-r.-d the different remedial agents of the Vegetable Kingdom to thousand of patients, in ahnost ev ery variety of disease, with unparalleled succe-s. His medicines are exclusively vegetable, and uoh as are safe and efficacious in the cure of disease, without er.uiling on the patient any of those miseries experienced from mineral poi-r.-n. Chronic or Lingering ri..'.-ses of the Lung. Liver. Kidney, and Scrofula Cancers, all impuri ties of the blood, and all diseases of Women and Children, treated suce-.ful'y. I'r. Kermott his had greit experience in dis ease of the Che-t and Ncr-ou System, c iriiig hundreds of case pronounced incurable by other physieiin?. Ni) CHAIIGE FOR CONSULTATION Dr. Kerniott's resi h nee, Detroit. En trance to Dispensary, No. 11 Congress street; entrance to oSce,GHswo!d teet, f.r-t dor fron Congress. Dr. Kermott w:1jI visit Onon Jag i the 11th, Eaton Ripids the 12th, and M.w.n the K.th r.f every month. j- JIftrlsasc Mill-. DEFAULT having been made ia the c ir. htior: of a Certain mortgige ex cnt d f.y Samuel II. Fisher to m", William Scr.tt, bearing djte the 1 th diy of May. A. D. ls.V,, and recorded i:. the office of the'R-gisier of Deed of the coun ty of Ingham, State of Michigin, on the 1st day of July, A D. 1 vV.. in Lib..r 'j of mortgage, on page 2:?, upon which stid mortgig.? there is now claimed to be due the sum of one hundred v;d thirty d .llir. ! 3 ) ar. 1 no suit or pmeee ! ir.g at law havicg ben instituted for the recov ery of the same, notice is therefore hereby g: ve r. that said mortgige will be f..recl-;d bv a s.tle of said mortgig?i premise, to wit: The north east quarter of the south west quarter of Sec tion twenty one, in township three north of range one west, ( Alaieden) in the county of Ingham and State of Michigin, and containing forty acre more or less, at public Yendu, at the Court House ia the village of Mason ia sail county, on the ISth dav of August next, at one o'clock in the afternoon. Dated, May lSth, A. D. l;5f?. W ILLIAM SCOTT, Mortgagee. BaEtts 4 HryrrsGTo, Atty's. I4wl2 1 . -..1 ... - 11 uir'.T.i. vyii , 10 aiiuu iiui a 1 p if.,-, i t..' t: 1 i, 1. '. f. r.fM i-.v . ,1. !! I K O 1 FOl'XDRY. THE undersigned are prepared to furnish at short notice, s I a I i o 11 a r y i : n -r i e , Mi1 Gearing. Wan Jloitse Hoisting Aj''urafits, ,,.! .'.! r.ni.ties of Iron Work. Repair-Woik ners and Saw Mills executed Journal IhjrcsXi'ouse Cat ks.Cylindft Cixks, Steam Whistles for Steam Units, Lih-o) iot ives 4 Mills; Bells for Fat tries. Steamers, and Ijx'omotives. Iron Kailin? V Wr:iinlali. TE are prepared to execute all orders tor W IRON' KAILIMJS, for private buildings, Churches, Public Squ ires, and Cemetery Lots. Corner of Fifth and Woodbri lge streets, opposite Machine shop of Michigan Central lUil; read, Detroit, Micliigan. 71vl ' JACKSON" i WILEY. NEW JEWELRY STORE! G I I.LETT still has on hand a fine assortmei t of tine i..!d and Silver c ised Watches, tine Jewell v. Cameo, Mosaic, Florentine and iold Stone llfooehes, v locks of almost every descrip tion, which cannot fail to suit customers. Yankee Notions, of all kinds, which ill be sold cheap for ready pay. Wal'lir 4"l'k. V Jf'lry, repaired, and warranted, on a scientific principle. Ctll.I.ETT ha- now in hi employ, Mr. E. W. DAKKK, late from J.icksoo. All wot k entrusted our care will be promptly executed. Kespeetfullv, ' I. CII.I.ETT, Jr. Lansing, May l-t, IS.'iS. l.'.S FOR rilK KAI.L TRADE. i;ooEi i sttioi:ky. 1 ''HE PXDERSIGNED are dailv receiving ad- litions to their stock, and are prepared to sell at Wholesale and Retail. As large and comprehensive assortment of goods) in their line as can be found iu the West. Their stock of Hooks embraces: Scientific, Medical, Classical, Legii, School, Agricultural, Theological, Historical, Juvenile, Miscellaneous, Works of Science and Art, and Standard Poet and Prose Writers, in evrrv vaiietv of stvle and binding. Citizens and strangers are respectfully invited to call and examine our stock. We have also a large stock of Letter, Cap and Note Paper, Envelopes, Ink, Slates, lllank Hooks, Fancy and Staple Station-cry, in Ualities, styles, and prices, which cannot fail to pleas'. Our arrangements for obtaining stock from first nanus, and on the most favorable terms, en ables us to oiler Country Dealers, Teachers, Li brary Committees, and others buying iu ijuauti ties, liberal discounts from retail prices. In connection with our establishment, we have -1 Bindery if Blank Book Manufactory. L sing t lie best ot materials atid cmploving com petent w orkmen, we are prepared to fill orders in thi-line, and can saf. lv guaranty satisfaction in all cases. RAYMOND A SELLF.CK, Liu .' Woodward Av., Detroit Import;. nt to lYmnlt'. THK FA MIL V MO.X 7 1 I'O WJ)ERS ONE ol the best medicine" for Obstruction, Irregular ities and I .iinliil Menstruation ever used. l lie combination of ingredi ents in these Powders is the re sult of a long Hiid extensive practic". Thev are mild their operation, and certain ia correcting all irregularities. Paintul Menstruations, removing all obstructions, whether from fold or otherwis,. headache, pain iu the side, palpitation of the heart, disturbed sleep, w hich arise from interruption of nature TO .MAKKIEn LADIES These powders are invaluable, as they will bring on the monthly period with regularity. Ladies who have been disappointed in the use of other medicine, call place the utmest confidence in Dr. Watson's Powder doing all thev represent to do. NOTICE. There is one condition of the female system in which the Powder cannot be taken without pro ducing a PElTLlA R RESl'LT. The condition referred to is PREGN ANCY tiie result, MIS CARRIAGE. Such is tlie irresi-table tendency of the medicine to restore the sexual functions to a normal condition, that even tlie reproductive power of nature cannot resit it. Wattatile.l purely vegetable, and free from unv thing injiu i.m. Explicit directions, which should be lead, .-iceotr.pauv each package. Price, s; .-fit l.v mad to unv not of the I tii'ed St ltd . eure ttoiii d.miTeror observation. A l lr. s, v. R. WATSON, M. D., No. 7, Eat G.-n. s, . St., Syracuse. N. Y. HOW Alt l 1SMM I I'l'IO PHILADELPHIA. I,.tu. '..' In ' ', n .! ..-! It, I ll .T-l I. oti: :,t t -,-t. It.. I r,.l-,: ui;... i. T1; Ml Mir All f- r Ih. ti.-Ht - !.l. 1 t" H KV-H MM' itl-S-rl !...Oi -ir-.! t!.a' .." -fi i' 5..11T1. n. tl. l.-j.. .-rnina. ' ii ir.: . M.-:irf.t.-D. 1 r t .l - i.rirans, l.y tlj- wr.t t-y ma J f n a m-h-! n I'.K. O TT-'r- 1 1 .l 1WJ.-1.4M1 :'- an f T.'at- fi tl. nt..rn -1 1 .:i-t. .- . af c.r.--iiti v r.. . , 1 . .;,- (, . n. ii l a,:! - nt !. i.i-m r.'ii-:. ai.-i rr.-'h1- 1.. I 1 .1. SKiiJIV iK-.V A -1. n 11 l ii HT'iVH !., 1 -ur.tl T0 l7i Sold by I. L. Croma3, Irgharn; Co., and S. Ih Newbro and C. Grattoa, ly-207. Williamston. "TrALL PAPER from 6 cm. to T5 cm. per roll ' tthe CITY BOOK STORE. rlf III : Thaver L Ague Cure, ICR THE hPEEDV Ct KC or Intcrmittrnt IVvrr or IVver and Anc Kcmittcut I'rvcr. Chill l'rvcr. Dumb Ague, Periodical Headache, or Rilion Headache, and Itiliou I'evers, indeed for the whole class of diseases ori-i. natiug in biliary derangemeut. raased by the Malaria of miasmatic countries. No one remedy is louder ea'lej. for ly the necessities of the American iwjile than a sure and safe cure for Fever and Ague. Sui-h a remedy wo are now enabled to offer, with a perfect certainty that it will eradicate the dis ease, and with assurance, founded on proof, that no liana can arise Ironi its use iu any quantity. That which protect from or prevents this disorder must lv of immense service in the communities wluTo it prevails. V, n i Utter than cure, for the patient oca;es the ri-k vhich he must run in violent attatlif this baleful distcu-.pcr. This -Ct he" ixjvl the miasmatic jKiso:i of 1'i vi u m Auvi from the system and promts the develop, incut f the disease, if taken on the lirst aju proaeh of it premonitory symptoms. It 1, not onlv the Ut nnicdv cvir yet discovcrI for this ilas of complaints, "but also iw ehc.ipcst. The large quantity e Kipjly fir a dollar bring it within tlie reach- of everv IhhIv; atid in bilious districts, wln-re Fniii wo A.ii r prevails, tvery body u.ulj haxeit ami use it liccly l oth for cure and protct ticn. It is hoped this price x ill j hue it within the roach of all the jvior a w t II a the rich. great superiority f this nmcdy ovr ai.v th r ever ilis overt J for the speedy and cer tain cure of Intermittent is, that it contain im iaininc t liiiniral, 1 o:icqiiciit!y it pM il'iii" n quinism or oilier injurious nfs whatever ujkh the eoustitution. Those uJri d l y it are left a healthy as if they had iut had the disease. l'cvtr and Ague is not alone the couquiicc of the miasmatic lois(n. A great varictv of diordrs arise from its irritation, aiiu.n wiii!h are Neuralgia, llheuniatism, (iout, lLadaihc, Dliudiicss, TtMithaihe, I'arache. Catanh, Asth ma, Palpitation, Painful Affectum of tlie Spleen, Hysteric. Pain in the lhiwiK, d.hV, Paralysis, and lVrangcmcnt of the Stoma, li, all of which, when originating in this cause, put on the intermittent tyjv, or luvoine ja riial ical. This "t'nu:" eH-l the i.isou Jreiii the l.liaal, and eons-ucntly euns them all alike. It i an invaluable protection to innni. grant and persons travillmi; or temporarily residing in the riialaiious districts. If taken occasionally or daily while -sed to the in feetioii, that will U iMtctcd tmiu the sytctn, and cannot accumulate in sufficient quantiiv t rijx'ii into d'scas1. Heme it is even rnote valuable for protection than cute, and lew ta ill ever suffer from Inti imitti nt. if they aiad themselves of the protection this ren.iily af fords. Ayef s Cathartic Pills, FOR ALL THE PURPOSES OF A FAMILY PHYSIC. are so composed that disease within the ranpnf their action can rarely withstand or i;ule tlu-iu. "Ihcir jN-iictratini; iroierties hCareh, and chsnsr, atid iiixiorate very portion of the human eruti. r-in, correcting its diM-nscd actum, atul rcsu.ni.); its healthy vitalities. A a ruiiMiniomr f ll.rs projM-rtiis, the invalid who is Im.uciI dnwn with pain 01 physical ! l.jhty is nMnt.i-hnl m find In health ir f tu rcv rcstond ly a remedy at olice mi sittiple and iiiitit!. Not only do thi y nre the cwry-chiy cuiiii'ljitil .f r-rry IhmIv, but Jibo rii.-ti.y fi.rini.l.ilil. aid il.ineeroiis !isi ascs. '1 he acnt I luw m.ii.iJ i pit asi .l I 1 furnish gialis mv Atnrriuti Altii.uia'-, containing fcrtilicalcs iif Un it cure and dircctmi.s f.ir their use iii tlie follouiiit; ruinplaiiils : IWiir. vs, iti thiirn, II, atlin he anting from diwiilnrj .V A, Xiium. ltiii' sit, in, I'uih in ai,A .V.n'.iJ I mat 1x11 if the ttotriis, llntuliiicu, Ijut cf Afir f.tr, Jiiumliri; and other kiti'iird cotiiplaiiit, :.iidti' from a low slate of the Uiily ur id atnii tnq of it-i funi li.'t.s. Iionot lie put oir I v unprincipled IVaWs witli Mime other pill they iiiaLe more profit on. -k f..r Al l:'s l'n is, and take nothing else. Ayer s Cherry Pectoral, luit Tin: Harm crtir or t oir.hs. Colds, liilliiena, llonreiiea, roup, llroiicliilis, Ineipient 'oiistiuip. lioiunnd for the relief f sinninitir I'atienls in advanced stage f the disease. So wide i the tii Id of its nsi fulness am! s,i nu ll, irons tu e the cases of its cures, that a!m-t vi rv fci tioti of country abound in pnnn puli liclv'kiiow ii, who bir Isn ii restored fmni ahitmii-u ami oi'ii ilc-pcratr liisrasis of tho lung In it uc l:n once tried, its superiority out i wn i.'hcr i .'.lii ii.e of its kii d is t- appan t t tMsi-;! 1! -ci:iti'.t , and when-ils eiit'ics arc ki.oun, the J .:l.!:c I i lot IT r hesitate what antidote t li pI 'V ..r the ili trcs.in niiii ihiiie i.m tlfn lion of the I'l.li.ion ry nrgatis that urc in' idi-i.t " '"r f UiuMe. While iu!o.y inferior Miiciics thn.st uih.ii thu . oii.n.i.iiity b.'oe fail, d nt.d U u divfsriled. tin I, is I'uii.ii fi.i t.iis I vfMTVlrial.rcnf.rnd UiwtiH on ti e ailletid thev ran ri('T firgt, and pro due, d 'in- iiiiiii. mils Mid too rciiiark.iMe to l- f irott. 11. ini.r aki'.i n till. .1. WlJt sV UK I.OWhl.l., R. THAYER, Lansii p; M ASS. J.W. Ph-li-n & I'a Mas..ii; Xatli. Chanip, OuondHca; I.f ant ti a on, Sto kbiidpe ; and all denlerf 111 Meilicu everywhere. Wholesnle by I arrand K Wheal on, I. troit. " ljlT4 II V STATU Ai TIIOItlTV. I.IVoTr I' T' Fire Iiiwiii'.'iiicr lilnirl. Chtrter I'rrj it. CAsH rfTTW., I.-.-. w mi A H As.-I s tir..ii4". S. I. !'lUS, Pr.. .!.lt II KIIJ.'.'..-M"uf R .,!i :; : 1 ::: w :; si . : n-n-.'t. t M ..!! I ,l.iri Aut. liMC ui 1 .': sr.t T.Tr; in tl, t'OKO l.llirll(llMITIA Pll. A 1. 1 !.rt.'r. ... I. an ' p.. .- 1. -! ir.1 ri.4 bj CHI A Alt J-7 'A'.. Atii'. rwlat .oli-. OTATEOF MICHIGAN", V,in.ty of Itipham, J At a s. -s:on r.f the Probate Court for the Co. of iLjrh.'im, holden at the probate Ofhc- in the vil- larreof M.sori,ot. Mondjy, the lt day of Aoi-it. in the y-ar one thousand eiht hundred and ffty-r.in'e. Pre--ti Win. II. Pinckney, Judge r f Probate. In ti e n.att. -r of theetat? of Thoma II anna, decea-ed. 'n r- alir? and fiV.r.s the petition, .iuly verif.- J, rf Anna L. Hnna, widow of said d.-ceav l, praiit 5 t'uat a imini'tration upon said e-lMe n.ay i ranted to said peti tioner and Samuel II ir.i.a. The reu;.n it U ordered, that Monday, the Ith day of Septernbtr next, at 1 1 o'clock in the fore noon, he a-sined for the hearing of aid jtition, and that the heirs at law of i-aid d.-ceaed, and all other persons interested in aid estate, are re 'ju'.r.-d to appear at a s--ion r.f Mid Court, then to be holden at the Probate Office, in the village ot ifason, and chow cause, if any there be, why the prayer of the petitioner fehoulJ not be ranted: At, I it it further order e-L, that id petitioner rive notice to the persons intre ted in sa'd estate, of the pendency of eaid peti tion, and the hearir.j thereof, by eausin? a co' y of thia order to be t.ublished in'the Laring Ht- publican, a newspaper printed and circulating 10 said cout-ty of Intrbam, 3 nicce?sive weeks prei ou to aid" dav of hearin?. f A true copy. WM. II. PINCKNEY, 22"w3 Jadje of Probate.