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..nrf.r iddcneveiir TL7E3DAY MORNING BT loruoiij' II OS HER & K E It It HOMAttBC815I88COMllC!IICATIOBHOCtD TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION': Jneeopy.by inai lor otherwiri?, per year, f 1 Eleven copien, to one address, ' 44 'J Twenty . " ' rff" Job-worH promptly anu neauy mcvuiw. QUrdersfor Printing and Binding of every des riotion. are solicited. In connection with the Bindery, the facilities of this establishment nequaled. late ol Advertising. On iure of lOlinea.51 f .rthe flr.t insertion. i.d . . ....... ....I. iiinlim fiif m oeriod CWMW auS7I wr e " wnder three month. 5 WOSTHS. 6 "O'THt ! I 9,or li Color W. J- i-'1. . - . - i it i YVaJ-Iy Advertiamenta have the privilege of three ehanre. .. t-rTh Yearly rateaapply to regular and ordinary bisiaeea Advertiamenti, only. All othera i-haredbj the Square- Tiesday Moroinp, Sept. 27, 1859. Beauties. Col. A. Williams Las han ded u a beautiful lot of pecimon9 ol fill and inter apple, nanu s unknown. Cayui.a I'iEU-Streak. We Lave recei ved a sample of the Cay "is red-streak, other wise called the twenty ounce pippin, raised in Oneida, by Mr. John Hitch, the larges: mea uring fourteen inches in circumference. School Election. School IhVtrict Xo. 4, of this city, held an election last night with the following renult : Trustees fur one year, S. II. Greene, I.. K. Hewitt. For two year, W. Butler, Franklin I.a..iie. For three year, Tho. Hunter, Gen. W. Swift. The Kiff.vo. That priol graphical ly described by the old Lid y, w hen th? iIht are short, and the nights a mere nothing," has been marked by a small deluge. The sun ban not shown for an hour nt a tin r, for tight 'lay. The lrottles of Heaven have iwen opened, and the rorks lost. Faise ImprisonmentSi.it. Tho Hllit of Fred. Wildt r. Franklin La Rue, for false imprisonment, was tried by a jury yesterday In fore Justice Treat, in the north east part of Ioni sing, when the jury rendered a verdict promptly for the defendant. The jury were from the city, and consisted of the follow ing persons : Charles Foi, E. P. Davidson, G. R. Wm1 worth, II. In gersoll, G. W. Swift, ana A. J. Vic Jo. Death or a Student. EJgar II. King, a student in the Agricultural College, whose father R.II. King, resides in Rives, Jackson Co,, on the plank-road, 9 miles north of Jackson, was seized with fever on Monday, which resulted in inflammation or conjestion of the bowels, of which he died on Saturday night. Ho was ta ken to Rives for interment by his parents, who were present at his death-bed. This is the first fatal case of disease, which has occurred at the College since its foundation. Muri.er Cam: Mrs. ('. M. Wheeler, a resident of Aurelius, in this county, was found dead on her bed on Friday noon, Sept. In. She had been left alone, and was apparently well an hour before Am was found. The Ingham Xnrt states that on "Saturday an impiest was held over her lioxly, ami wil day. UrS. I'lielp. Sackrider, and llalstca 1 performed the surgical operation of opening the body and head in the presence of tho jury, and every indication was death by violence. A Utile girl, daughter of the deceased was piestioned, stating that her mother was lying upon the lounge, that her fath er kicked her, then threw her upon the bed. Dr. Phelps testified that ho found upon exam ination, lit or 12 bruises upon the surface of the body first examined tho abdominal cavity and found upon opening the same, a quart or more of extravasated blood. The abdominal viscera were all in a healthy condition, except the spleen and a portion of intestine. The spleen was rup tured or torn, both on its outer and inner sur face. The attachment of the splenic artery and vein were broken up and a portion of intestiue in that viciuity was slightly engorged. ALso found a bruise internally, immediately opposite the spleen. Found the throracic viscera and brain in a healthy condition. The tdTect of the injury on the spleen and adjacent parts, would be violent internal hemorrhage. Should think the injuries would produce death in from 5 to 6) minutes. Am decidedly of tho opinion, that the injuries to the spleen and adjoining parts, was the. cause of the decease of tho body lie fore us. Pr. C. II. Sackrider sworn, corrolwrated the testimony of Dr. Phelps. Dr. HaWad sworn, corrolioratcd the testi mony of Drs. Phe'ps and Sackrider, and, in addition that he was attending the family Lust week deceased said sho fell across tho fence and hurt her side, but am informed that her injuries were received from a kick from her husband, which she told me afterwards was the cause, and that sho previously told him she fell across the fence, because Wheeler had threatened to kill her, if she told the truth-" The little daughter of the deceased, five yeai old, was not put under oath, but stated that her lather came in and found her mother on the lounge, and kicked her in the side, and mother id "oh dear," and he put her on the bod. Both husband and wife were dissolute and in temperate. The Coroner's Juiy found that she came to her death by violence, and inferentially crim inated the husband. "T& Wwwidj c niruuu.ratioo front uup of the old ttoj;KM intWntulnwaof th tiwnhiu t Pljm.iuth, i WayB county, ranrtot fail toconiu.nl it-lt tn tli himra, 2uiU Auunt, tkc id i4 ikt Af y.ji Vki tsiM ll.rUi I frvl it my Juty to ci mmuui, at throucb jour j.mrnal th f . l..w u- fast, not only a an e rraa-iun 4 my tbanUuiae,, to Ir K.-rruott of your e.ty, t tha: tha mtlriui tr..tn like .l.w.. may Liu ot.J atVr a n,)pr W4, 0J. riMnu to Mch, Wis, I had uiT.-rd for iwveral oth front atuin. mn lifmclU.. Purio tli- aiowtlw 1 tmj.k.y,.! Nnral miT rr(.u,r ,., , .eho.. ayiciaiM, kt tho dWM gradually waMcl rw away. iMrswtoraud ,rreat q.iantits of .Urk ftrUd matter, ,"rr1 attackn of bU,i,B! !.. my lungs, bad be ww to far that 1 au not abU. to War my ". kd cbilU and frvr with niht sweats, in fact, all saw me prwoounord m in the last nUea of eon "ftien and a -t.m fr the grave. At thw time I tu informed that IV. Kermo-.t was 'piof Mr. SptTjK n l Mr. Riolh f d.Mase of the ben they were greatly re.luced. 1 fe t anxi.is kim. Mj bruther went to lvtroit ul tirouicbt tl!?il! b" Tt'T eveful am nli. n, " Dr- "ld m there a et km i m. II. reribed f me. and fier i.kln, l.. dunn whkh time I gradually regained my , aa K-nareJ, nl am today happy in the tuoymeat cf ifr .., , : . - - i win a.ii inav tn brn eore1 ,.,.,. , M-.et-lli, n of al! - w ai trie time. Ee rraUful, I am, your,&c., CKtlRUE CKfXt. Or. Kermi.tt deo!M !.; time e..t...;..i. .w- ..4 wf chroma or tinfrrin diiaes, and will Uit Un- 13tll nd ih u 9TfTJ mt,nth Bcrolas Shot. On Thursday night last Mr. J. E. Ferguson, of Summit heard somebody in his celler, and promptly taking a shot gun pro ceeded to give the aforesa1 J somebody a charge, which took effect in the r. , inflicting a serious wound. The man escape from the cellar, but the dog chased him into a marsh near the lake where he was secured by Mr. F. His name was Wilkins and he is now in JaiL Mr. F. has suf fered severely during the past year from bur'lars, his house and bam have been robbed several times, and he has finally concluded to put a stop to their operations. We onlv wonder he has been so patient. If evervlody would do as he has done, the gang would soon be broken up. P. S. Wilkins was yesterday sent to the State Prison for ten years. Jarlnun Cit. Gooo. Aunt Betsy lias said a great many things, and among the rest, that " a newspaper is like a wife, because every man should have one of his own." 3vr AnniED. In Addison, Steuben Co., N. V., Aug. 31 -t. at the residence of Win. Bonharn, Esq., by the Ilev. Mr. Raines, Ksaip Harris, of Lansing, Mich., to Mi.sd J ask A. Cook, of Ilornellsville. la Watertown, Sept. 21st, at the house of the bride' dither, by the He v. C. S. Armstrong, Mr. E. I- Wntr.iiT, of Laining, to Miss Mary J. Kittle, ol Watertown. At Rochester, X. Y., on Thursday, Sept. 22d, Mr. II.NRY W. Waikmi, of Okcino", to Mi.sa JlNMt It. A LAWS. A happy life to them. In Delhi, on Monday, Sept. Mr. I'lai Cork kit, aged o years. His disease was congestive chills. SPECIAL NOTICES. I)-fVt lvrti-eni-nt .f l'r. .Soit.rl' l.ivr Inij- itr '! Kaniily Cathartic IM', in aitMhrr coIuilb. J. W. Kutotor, Irln tii: !'! .iriaii anJ Sur- if-uii, wi.ut l iu t r--.Tt!ull auui uik-i- tint It vi-it .St J..I.D-.OQ the l.'tli, l.iu-iii .u tli 1 ::b iiu-l t I'h, an t II wll mi the 1'ttli of nerv i.f iiMi, iit-i he mil U hap y In iiit t hi i M fiit bi1,anl r-rte!a:iy I !i-4 mIki are af Hiolr-t Willi chrome mi I lmr-i ini; J llMtritl (eriHMii ltlll - tt ul tltat l aalil t tlx . ii-r, i.urtl i il l . V rh JI,1 l,,u .Sir In t halt i I Ih- alll !, I u a (. liiiei t y m I lin--iii!. fl in l im-'- i, kii .w ni ply tin- i;i X roii.l.li .ii I nt I I r-immi nci'il t.tL.i. y ur llittei-U-t miuhiu", I wm.i n I ablx to au an, thin ., i-r even to -it i any rnii .l-rhiB li-ntb l lime Ik-! in- I ha.l taV. u th- ti -t In. til- I I- t iiL- a ! i, iu, ant iii' ,uft r liai in cnut iiiii 1 tl.e u .f tin in f.ir a a'l.iit tiiui', in tUi- .r I - .i-ini l th- jt r, I aui ahle t iUh.r liaitLwy .lay Ti i.v tl.e 1. .t,I th nk I mr.irl m..r- tni. fit fi Il.e It t tli-.il a'l ntlii-r lii.lli iii- I haw tal.il I lnv.- ii .t nii'y n-r.l Jour Put-U-r-. i lf, Imt .av K h'ntlf-aul .ar:sdf tMittles t i t!i.-.-ri.lll.Uin n i f I T' "ti M. M r l'"ul.Iint, ami in ry ra--, th-y t. !l uie t! . y Uir tali-ii u Bi-1 mi- 1 1 tx'tii li-ial a th IMt- ri Ke-jirtfully j'.Mir-i, JAMES" VMS' HI SSI H'lTKIl I'ir4iif4 uu'y I'V l'r. . M J.i-k.n, V- Its Arch t , I'lii ail-l'hia, anil dr nln by .lrii;;i?iit- au.t stir-ki'f -r thr.1112h.111t thf L'uiti l Stuti'i at) 1 rn .la I'rire ct. pt-rb-tttV. -JWJ.';0 A Ihstkrvim; t'un.ll m Sikk Tui;.Ar i t i.h IR. C. M Ji. k-i. A Mh.irt tiuie ioie I au attarlk.'-l with a Vf ry i-.! win- tlir.iat ana li.'ar-nif-s. cr..iii.ii.-. kiiii a mfwt ilintrrx ng an. I H.riit einiifh, which rackp-1 ray sy t m t.-rribly. I ur I various rfiiif.lii-4 without ohtainin relef, ari l linally .urctia-ej two bottle uf H-m Band's Ralamie Conlial, f'li taking which 1 wai nitir.-!y rure.l. WV have k:iiin n. .1 it for other mcnilx-M f .ur family. ao'l tin 1 that it nrt r faiU. WV IimU u."n it as the viry b-t nwilirii.- in th.- worM. lt-"i-ctfiil T voiif. MXAII imniH NVwt.twu, N. May 17, IMPORTANT DISCOVERY. RI'LIKr IN TKN MINL'Tl! BRYAN'S rULMIXAKY WAFK1W ARE -r.ing '.i. 4m euM .It'otuuvokiw, AMrilXl, L'aoscitiTis, Sori Throat, Hoarskskss, Dim-. CCLT BatATIIlSO, iNCIPIKSr CoNSCMPTlOX, AND Disiasks or the Li nus. They have no taste of medicine, and any child will take them. Thou sands have been restored to health that had before despaired. Testimony given in hundreds of cases. A single dose relieves in tssi misctis. Ask for Bryan's Pulmonic Wafers the ori ginal and only geniune is stamped "Bryan. Spurious kinds are offered for sale. Twenty-five cents a hot. Sold by dealers generallv. JOB MOSES, Sole Proprietor, Rochester, X. Y. For sale by R. THAYER, A Co., Unsing. Plmplrn on the Fner, ami Skin UUcmmcs, Are generally eansed by A iiiuacuU- burroulid in the kin. Ir. Traaa'a Magnetic Ointment, by it powerful and penetrating qualities, de-troy every ve-.tii: vf tbem.re turing lieaitb and beauty to the kin wherever applied, removing Tan and Freckle IriaMKi ok Soke Kvks. A. Culiiii, if vutU Iiend, lad , ay ; " The lUgnetie ointment in lh only remedy in u.-e hei for IntUlnitil f yi. Ibe Auditor i f our county ha. mi much Uitb in its curative power in tli; diea-e, that he not euly highly recommend it, but i lTei-i to for feit the uniount paid for it in each eaie, if it fails, of a erne." I'iiis l'ile, which are at tliieMiu of the vear par ticularly trnnbbome,are cured at ooce by Tr.ti-k'ii M.nr netic Ointment ; apply to the prt-i nlTrrte l i,.l mti ill d( the buck. . NkkvoCS or Sk k lluii.vrilK. Apply the Ointment fieely to the forehead and temple, and b:ick of the neck, a No to the of the feet and palm of the b in !-i. It will reli'e the everet headache in thirty minute. Ite.id .lTertiMmeut in thi paper. '"! I lrorl:iiiiutioii to tla lol'. THK PttRTKl tlP PIIVSIT. Ilrrrlrk's PHI. lhanin we.-vtlier, tueh a t . tlln for eiercie of care. Cold nor liHat nor half iw ticiou A a Kud len chano of air. Thouijli you have a constitution Subject to all human iIIa. Von may brave the wort of climate, If you use theoe Sugar Till. Thou.u.l now are utr.sig au l n but, Wiio but lately writhed in am, FTer acWin;, ever prowling. They have found their health aaiu Now when cold succeed lint weather. They've no fear l ague e'jill. For they ue thie health pre-rver, Mkkkii-k s Si gas I'oatkh I'm.. More than luO.000 caes of dieaae have yiel.Wd to their ue during the pt five year, m.ioy uf which have been pr on ounce.! incurable by distincuieed physician.. A eutd weather i nw appmacLiug, let every otie eleane their vtem with a few d.e of tlie- Pill. Xo restraint in diet is necevary wbiW uing tlieui. Full d rectuiu. go with aacbbox. 4. Sold by all the dealer throughout the world Ijinge bove l eut. Pee A lverti-euints n .! pae. f oiio tun. THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY. SIR JAMES CLARK'S Celebrated Female lill. PROTECTED BT ROYAL W'jRF.PARF.P from a prescription .f Sir James CI ike I M. I.. Phvsiciaa F.itraordinarv to the Vjneen. Tin: invaluable Medicine is unfailing in the cure of all th.we painful anddangerou disease mcidant to the female eonstitutMn. It moderates all eire, remove all obtructiin. an-i bhnfsonthe monthly period with regularity. The- Pilla should be used two or three weeks previous to c-n flnoment; they fortify the ontitotion, and lessen the suffering during labor, enabling toe mother to perlorm her duuea with safety to herself anl cbil.l. Thrte bt lakm bwfrmalrs during tkr FIRST THKFE MUXTHSof reyn.m.-. ai thru arr tnrt U brimg Mxtcarrttujf, but at any Urr time tkry art tart. In all ease of Xerrou and Spinal AfTeetioiis. pain iu the Back and tain. Heaviness, rat fue on Micht Kver tio. PaliuUtioa of the Heart, lownesa of Spirits, Hys terics.Sick Headache, White. and all the painful diseases occasioned by a disordered sy-tero. tbe fills will ellrct a car when all other means have tailed, and although a powerful remedy, do not contain iron, calomel, antimony or an other mineral. Full directions accompanying erch package. Ti ice, in the I uited Mate an.l anada. One lsnur. 5i.le Agent for the t'nited States and Canada JOB MiF.s, (Ute I. C. Baldwin To .) Rochester, X. V. N. B. One TVIlar and 6 postage stamp enclosed to any authonied Agent, will ensure a bottle, containing 50 puis by return mail For sals by R. Tiura, Lansing. lMvl From tha Adrertii ag Aoey of LYMAN BR1GG3, 90 tToodward Avenue, Detroit. Crockery at Wholesale. IfERCIIAXTS AN D OTHERS it tending to During the STATE FA I It, are invited, before purchasing elsewhere, to ex amine our stock of Crockery, Glassware, Plated Ware, LOOKING GLASSES, CUTLERY. tC. An eiperiecce of 20 years in Jobbing in this City, and our facilities for importing, enable us to oiler a FIXER STOCK & BETTER TERMS Than any other House in the If'est. We shall be pleased to show our Goods, sale or no -ale. F. 1VKT.T1 OKE& Co. Importers, 63 Woodward Avenue, Detroit. II IT IL UI . ii AND LUMBER DEALER. T AM PREPARED to funiish materials, and L build Houses, or anything pertaining to the Building business on hoit notice, and on the most favorable terms, MASON WORK & PAINTING INCLUDED. Lumber, rough or dressed, and doors. Pine or YhitcwWMl, for sale low. (.'. lMKiK. Imsins, SeptemlM-r 195'.. l'.irl Stray Cow. " STRAYED from the subscriber, in the town of DeWitt, near the Uig M.irsh, on or about the 7th in-t., a bright red Cow, ubout 8 or 9 years old, with lutln r liijh bul k horns ami bra-is knobs, pr. tty long t-lim ueck, and has the app-ranee of being part Devon, smooth built and rather tmnd. Auv person returning said Cow to uie. or giving ii. formation where she tuay be found, Mull be iiliernllv rewarded. K. V. SAN" FORD. D. Witt, Sit. 24, 1h.'.9. 2wj?.l BEIN'fi deteruiined to close up the map busi-m-'S in this county, all persons indebted to us either by loihscription, note or account, will lo wi ll to call at the map office in this city and settle the same immediately. Those subscribers to whom maps have been ojfert'l will be treated in the sime maimer as though they had actual ly reeeived their maps. C.EIL, II A RLE V, A SIVERD. Lansing, Sept. 17th, 1859. lm'JSO. C1 II AXCF.RV SALE. Ryvirtue ofTdecretal ) ord-r of the Circuit Court for the county of Ingham, in Chancery, in a cause wherein I'riah Coulson is complainant, and Abner E. Richardson and Elijah Richardson arc defendants, and made on the 231 day of April, A. D. 1659, by virtue of which said decretal order, I, the subsciibrr, the ( lrcuit ( ourt Commissioner of the said coun ty of Ingham, will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, at the Court House, in the village of Mason, iu said county of Ingham, on the (S) eighth day of November, A. D. 1859, at one o' clock in the afternoon of that day, the lands and premises described in Said order of sale, as fol lows, to wil: Fifty (5n) acres off the north-east corner of section eighteen (18), in town number four ( I ) north of range one ( 1 ) west, in the town of Meridian and county of Ingham, and State of Michigan, it being a portion of the same land that was purchased of Hoyd by Elijah Richard son and Abner E. Richardson, deed from Boyd to said Richardsons is recorded on the records in the said county of Ingham and State of Michi gan. C.RIFFIN PADDOCK, Phillip Mi Kirsas, Circuit Court Com'r. Solicitor for complainant. Dated September 19, 1859. 7w231 lrolat 3lotie. OTATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Ingham, ss. O At a session of the Probate Court lor the Co. of Ingham, holden at the Probate Otliee in the vil lage of Mason, on Saturday, the 24 th day of Sept, in the year one thousand eight hundred and fiftv-nine. Fresent, Wm. II. Pinckney, Judge o f. .!,... In tl.o auditor of tka UlsU of Will t'lnpps, iteceased. n reauing sou um.p, ui tietition, dulv verified, of Daniel P. ReilT, Att'y of Peter Phipps, administrator of said deceased, praying amongst other thing, for a license to sell the real esta'e of said deceased. Thereupon it is ordered, that Monday, the 7 Lit day of Novenilier next, at 1 1 o'clock in the fore noon, be assigned for the hearing of said petition, and that tho heirs at law of said deceased, and all oilier persons interested in said estate, are re quired to appear at a session of said Court, then to be holden at the Probate Office, in the village of Mason, and show cause, if any there be, why the prayer of the petitioner should not be granted: And it i furthrr ordered, that said petitioner give notice to the persons interes ted in said estate, of the pendency of said peti tion, and the hearing thereof, by causing a coi y of tliis order to be published in the Lansing AV puhliean, a newspaper printed and circulating in said county of Ingham, o successive weeks previ ous to said day of hearing. A true copy. J WM. 11. I'IMKNhY, 231w6 Judge of Probate. ireat Male of linprovel Laud at AiM'tioii. rriIERE will be fjld at Administrator's Sale, X. on the loth uav ol November next, the whole of the old "Dayton Farm," located in Delta, Eaton county, comprising two hundred and forty acres of tho original farm, and two hundred acres of other land in the immediate vicinity, all excellent farm land. There is one hundred and forty acres improved, with enough good meadow to produce one hundred tons of hay per annum. The whole farm is abundantly watered with tine living springs, and a stream -t pure water runs the entire length of the farm. There is also a good orchard of choice trees, a spacious farm house, well enclosed and painted, and a log barn and other out-buildings, with a variety of soil which makes this one ol the best crazing farms iu the State. The sale will commence at 10 o'clock A. M., on the firm, at Dvlta Center, four miles west of Lansing, and will be sold together or in parcels, to suit purchasers. Those w ho w inh to purchase real estate will do well to h present. S. W. FOWLER, CJIAUNCEV GOODRICH, Adm'rs of the estate of L. C. Holly, dee'd. Sept. 12th. 1 $.'.'.. " 4w229 Tin: ii:vr.iAit.Ai yet. ORAM) VALLEY FARM, coutaininz one IT hundred and fifty-five acres, and divided near the center by the Amboy, Lansing and Traverse Ray Railroad, is offered for sale, in whole or in part, at a price so low, considering the extreme fertility of soil, eligibility of location. and extent o! improvements, as to make it emi nently worthy the favorable consideration of all having monev for safe and favorable investment. That portion King north of the Railroad survev, covered w ith a luxuriant growth of beautiful and valuable timber, will be sold for twenty dollars per acre, i ne portion ivicg soum, on which arc the buildings, orchard, and blty acrts of im provement, is offered at forty dollars. Or the whole may be had at thirty dollars per acre; or it will bo divided in almost any form to suit, and a portion of the putchase monev remain on time One thousand dollars wiil be required in hand to meet encumbrance. .Vo ahatrmmt in thtt irt rex. Inquire ol o.Mhouse i butler, or of the subscriber on the premises. TH. TREAT. Lansing, Sept. 13th, 1S.W. Sw229 CITY ClKkk S tSU.T,. I.vn--nj. September l, 1.W SlAIK Ml'HI'.VM, . IMn.l Ijius ng, I to To C M. seU y. Arm Co , (if 11 Cassimeie, A. Tur m r.B F. A; A N Hart, It Seymoi.r,L lUmjo. F. Barrlev A A. Hilt. W. Hendricks, T. W. lirfen. Ir A tferls.i.. L Pngmsu, J. Turner, Chs. Turner, Oej. Turner, lliuctir, ana an oilier per-ocx ntere.te.l in the billowing lesoiitied prem , 111 : Sixty fret dev pen Franklin street north to ti.e north I ne l lot T, ownei and ocecpied br C. M -!. r. lot 5 anl 6, lot- 4, 3, 1.2. in block 11, also 25 feet bv feet n.rth -n the aouthwe-t c wusr of biocc e all north of A Turner A; Co., Ivirg on Turner street, oo t lot. beU nj.ng t i I! K A A liirt, lot n on block 11 we-t half ..t bl ick-T and s. anl ail of b:ks 9. 10 and 11 You are hereby n. .titled that aw s meets are about to be ms le up. you t efray the eipece of gra.Lng Tur oer street, trim frank in t:et t" Nth M-rrt ; that a ses-ment roll have Nen tni then f..r, wh cr are . HI in the ottice of l-ie City C erk. wt,ere "Ley wi.l remain open to your inspectii n until th' Ikth dvy t eptemher, l'oy at 7o'cbk P. M .whenaad where y.umyatper before the fommoo C .cneil of said ci'y arl shewcau-e,il auv there be, why the said a-jaoueut should uol te made athl collected according to law. P-y order if th Common Connc.I, CwCTil GFJ). A. ARibrTRo.NU, City Clerk. XORTII ATLANTIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY. REoTUR THRulOH LIF.T ISaV FrUVOSOO. via. Panama rUii t, an-t c nne.-t ni ouiv wi'h steam ers Oo,.!-n Gate, M - en Ae, .cLu L ?'.ejuu- aal J nira.of tbe facinc M t 1 -t -in-L p l.n.(.u at Panama, direct to Ap nw.lt. Tue i.pVn 1m1 t.-:u-h j. Baltic, apkiamc ano atlanlc, having bet-u entile! red'.te I anla-'.apil to the C!if.r uia tra-le, wit. hereafter run a- at.v-, iravinz tui i-rt on the Sin aul 'JU'.h of .mc ui u.u, Ii uii the f.wt i.t Lul Street, Nortli River 4aV Pa-eu-r an 1 mails wil be f warded by Pain ma Raiiroad, au t connect at Pativm w:tn the Pacific Vsi. Stesmship C imoany' uhti ncenr -: smbip, whirh wi.l be in rea'liuew, auJ t-ave .minedia y 1 1; Sn Franc -co They will be embarked fiee ..f ev,n-e fusai lUi'.ruwd, by the Company steamboat T.irVH.A. An eiperienced Surge -i i attjc!iel to each ' ip. Strerage t'.ujer fuoiit in cooked pnivi.ioue, t-l.Jing, an 1 at.eu tance It is b?lked tbat the acc iniioli: u. alfofiVd by the above ships are uuaii--l by auv m the world. The pub ic a e informed 'Lat the Y M S. Ut.aiwsys have I INK OK Mr;E FXTrlA STEaWKR-. lying at Pauauia, ieaiy fir m-x, to avoid any w.b e .:-teii-j. u of i'a--eugrs or Ma.l, aui eiobArk their u gers by stevmboac. For passage af ply at tue only i-ffiee f the Company , cm the whart tout t Canil stieet .'.North Rivt-r, t. 3miSH WILLIAM II WICKHAM To the UuwKnrd Klrrlor or the 1'Hy of l.anwlni;. NOTICE is li.-r. by given, that the seieral AMeriiini t the -v rl warl, act.og a.- a Hoard t rU gi-U.li. i:, un-ler and by v irtu ; of an act entitle 1 An act further to prew-rve the purity of election au l f uard ajiut the 9u.-e i.t theelecloe lrauch.se, by a rexu-tiatani of vote,' approved February II, l-i, will on MouUy, the dj ot October, lnj.i, at uine o'clock in the fnre:i. n, m.-t at the fallowing pbice in their re.peetive wrl-, an 1 cm tiuue m sesstou Ijr three sttccewuke day, and no k nger, fit : Firt Ward, at the Srvmour Hou-e ; Seend Ward, at the Fagle llo el ; Third Ward, at the Iiu- n; IT um- W ueu and where ail teroii eiititK 1 to u-e the ekvtire frauchi-e uuJer art cle seven, section one, of the euuMitu n of llis State uf Michigan, mu-t eiire.ter their nsim , entitle fieri t the pririU-e ot votin unil. r the vet .n tille.1 an act to pre-erve Ihe purity of eeti-n. Ac. AKTI. l.K 7. fW l,OF THK CoNTITI TIo. In all elections, i ery w lute mat.- citi n.evei v w lute male ulittutant le-i liug iu the Mate on the tweutv lourth dsv f June, Is.;.!, .-.e y while nil. inhabiiaut r.--i I.ug in the Mate on ti,.- flrst ! J.inuarr. Is.si. who lis d. cUiel h s intention to nuea citizen of the 1'n ted SUT.-s. pursu ant to the law. tlo-re.it, n iie.nlll- Mecediiur an election. h I. I. --.!. ii th- Sta'.- two .-r. and six hm i.:1 au I .li e ar.-.l ins .n" ,it on as at .!esi.t.an l ev. rv c.vilii-.l ma'e .nlnhitaiil ol lnli.n .1. r. rit, a nttoe ol the IU !id ta'. s, and ni.t a im uli. r . I :.ny tntx-, -hall b.- an elector lid nt it led to tut.- . hut Cil.i.li or iiihahtsiit shal! I ikvtor or entitle 1 lo v..t-- at any ;. cti n, unle-s he II he above the aire of twenty ne vear-, an t h- re side,! ui the Stab' thie in.. nth-, aul in th tiwn-hn or w.rd in which h oiler- ht fo: ten .lavs next I-reo ami uch election " By order .f the llrd i.f Reir:-trati(in. 2wio0 i.Ko. A AKMlK.Ni;.t itr I" tk. Iausing.Sept l'.th, lv'.. NOTICE TO i 0Tlt TOItS. 'I'HE undersigned, Commissioner of the l'ort X Huron, B.iy Citv and Linsiiijr State Road, hereby give lotice that they will proeeed to let the work on caid toad to the lowest resnonsihle bidder, as follows: All that part I vinpr in the counties of St. Clair and Sanilac, at the Lamed House, m the city of l ott Huron, on the 12th day of October, A. D. !.".'., commencing at 'J o'clock A. M. All that part lying in the coun ties of Lapeer and Tuscola, at the Va-s.tr Hotel, the village of a-s.tr, Tuscnu coiintv, on Monday, the 17th day of October, A. D. ls.-,, at 1 o clock I. M. All that part lying in Ray and Saginaw counties, at the Sherman House, iii liav City, on Thursdav. the 2nth dav of October. D. l5y, at o cliK-k A. M. All that Part lying in Midland rounty, at the Midland City Hotel, in Midland City, Midland county, on Mon- lay, the 24th dav of Oc to tier. A. D. 1809. at 1 o'clock A. M. All that part lying in firutiot county, at Comstin k's Hotel, in" the village of Ithaca, on Thursday, the 2 th of October, A. D. ISay, at 9 o'clock A. M. And all that part Iv- ing in Clinton co.inty, north of the village of St. iotins, at the Amencan Hotel, in the village of St. Johns, on Monday, the 3 1st day of October, A. I. ISo'., at '. o'clock A. M. Contracts will be let to suit bidders, but ::o contract will be considered for h ss than ore-half a mile. The road to be cut and cleared fo.ii rods wide, with bridges, sluices, ditches and side- drains sufficient to carry oil' all sutf.ice wat 'r, and cross-ways where required, cross-ways to be twelve feet wide, and covered eight inches deep or more. The specifications for building bridges across the Chippewa and Mack rivers, and all small streams will be given on the days of l. t tiug, together with such further information as may be required. The above contracts will be let iu pursuance of an act of the Legislature of the State of Mieh- igan, entitled " An act to age hiiu leciaination 01 w p rovide 'or the dra amp Aianus oy means of State roads and ditches," approved February 11, 1S5'.. ISRAEL MOWRV, UEU REN McCREERY, NEWEL AVERY, Sept. 9, I 3w2:ii VominiiitHtr. To Contractor). ATOTICE is hereby given that the Commission 11 ers of tho Newavgo v Northport State Road will be upon the ground on Tuesday, the iMh law of October next, to receive bids for build ing that portion of the road south of Newaygo, cotnmencin's at, or now the comer of Kent County, thence along the line heretofore survey. d by said Commissioners to the Mu-kcgan River. Distance, about ten miles. Sad road, to be cut out six rods wide upon all unimproved lands, and w here the same is settled and improved, four rods wide. The entire ength of said road, to be cleared of all fallen, or standing timber Ac, four roils wide, and two of the same, to be well grubbed of all stumps and roots, and turnpiked, with good and sufficient Inches to carry on all surface water. Center of road to be raised not less than two feet above the surface of said ditches, where tho nature of the ground is such as to require it. Where SIu: ces may be necessary, to be built in a good and substantial manner, of sound hewn timlx-r. - Upnn Swampy, Marshy, or wet ground, said road must bo constructed with timber, not l.-ss than Eighteen feet wide. Said timber to 1h- icwii or flattened on one side to fomi the sur- fuco of the road, and tho sides sufficiently straightened to form close and compact work; the whole, to be sHtted down upon good and substantial Stringers, so as to form s smooth, and evel surface. The aliovc work will lie let in sections of one mile or more, to suit bidders. No bids w ill be considered, for less than one mile. Favmcnt for the above work will be made in money or Swamp Lands, at the option of Con tractors, subject to all the provisions, and condi tions of au Act, entitled an act of the Legisla ture of the State of Michigan for the drainage and reclamation of the State Swamp Lands by a system of State Roads, approved Febuary 12, 1 8.r.v. S. O. KINCSRURY, HENRY PALMER, A. It. WATSON, 5w25i Commi$ionrr. To Coiilrarlom. "VTOTICE is hereby given that the letting of the li Contracts for clearing, grubbing, causwav ing and constructing of Bridges on a part of the EAST SAGINAW & SAT. BLE STATE ROAD as hereafter described bv virtue of the Act entitled 44 An Act to provide for the drainage and reclamation cf Swamp Lends by means ot State Roads and ditche," approved February 12, 1S59, will be at the public house of J. S. BARCLAY, in Bay Citv, on the I'.th dav of Oc tober neit, commencing at 1 o'clock in the forenoon. LOCATION: Beginning at the point, where the east and west quarter section line through section 2" in town ship 14 north of range 5 east intersects the west bank of iaginaw Liver, thence to a point ter minating on the bank of bauble River at mean der corner in line between sections 3 and D on west bank of said River in township cumber 23 north of range number 9 eat. Distance 77 7-3 miles on the line surveyed by the Commis sioners. Said Road to be cleared of all standing Timber, brush and fallen Timber, four rods in width and ten feet each side of tbc center of said road, to be well grubbed, the excavations made by grubbing to be filled even with the sur face so as to form a level roal bed. AU swam py and wet ground to be causewayed with sound timber cut not less than 16 feet long well spotted down and laid on substantial stringers, where the character of the ground makes it necessary, with ditch or ditches sufficient to drain the road bed. (. ulverts will be required of a sub stantial nature not less than 16 feet in length where the same are necessary. All streams to be bridged with substantial Timber Bridges not less than 20 feet in width. Further information obtained of the undersigned. MORGAN L. GAGE, ADDISON P. BREWER, Cmt'or. East Saginaw, Sept. 10th, lS5i. 4w230 SAXFOKD LIVER LWIGORATOR SEVER DEBILITATES. IT H rOMPCVPKD FAT RELY FBoM GUMS', AND g. "S Pe-,iiT)e n e-Ub hed fact, a SUndardVIei cue, ka w ii od ; pn.v i. an 1 is u m ie-.rtej t diseases ..r wnich it i It tia cure ! th luim't In hsd gve3 up all Uumeious uillici'el s . ri .l,..w. The J.ee roust be ( e-1 by all that have uW I with C'nSenee 10 all the I teeamn n.'.e i within the la-t twoyear hi(e. of relief, a the 1 ceruticat.'s iu mv nosr- t a lapte i to the tempera taking it. and used in gently on the Bjsel. judgment ruide v.u in lVi;-KAT'ifi. and it FL4LNTS. BIL1.RS AT CHRONIC 1'lARKII.EA, I'YsENTERY. I'hVUVY, HlTl'AL UaSnVFtESS C1KH.FRA M OK BI S, FLAT I tJCNCE. JAf.N NF:ssf, aut ma be J4S.r Unn?y MttU HEAPAtHt, (a thou minutes, if two or th'ee at commencement of at merit of the inivilual u. U oian i' iea as tn act Let the -ticla'esof our tbe use ..f th 1.IVFR will eUre LIK inM U K', i Y I' F. I'S I A, l"M4r.H l! 'I ,!VT-. NH It r luMu H. II A ni-d.IC. UlULKH.t, (H'ilU IVFANTl'M, I'U E, FEMALE WEAK. u--i success! ul'.y as an -i.' 1: w II cure SU'K ii 1 can te.tiiy.) in "JO teas(nX.u!'d.ls are ts.eu ta k. All who use it are giv f.v.r ing their testimoriv in its - M.v. W.tter in the Jloulh vil ..tl ..w b.th t.-."e:tier. l'rii"e l ti per U n;!e. th tl.a Iuv.goratr. AI. I, A . P O K 1) 9 S FAMILY CATHARTIC PILLS, COM Pol MEt FI'.OM Pure Vrprtt',!e Ext raft, and put uy In !!a Cte, Air Tl'iht, m,i will ktfp in any climate. It.e FAMILY CA tie, but actue CsthaitiC, ue I in h s practice ni-Te Ttieeonstautli meres who have long ii- ttt.. tu n win. h all express in indue. I mr tJ p! Ki ef a I Tue I'r..f.--in well til litics a.-t on t.lleieut I he F A M I I. Y CA witti due r.- ei. ni-e lo h- en coinpouii le 1 from a Vegetable F'vtracU, psil of the al.nieii'ary af- in all c.k.-s w hen a T1KTI0 FILL i gen m which the propr.etor bas than tweii y vears. i ing demand fioin tho-e I'lLl.s. and the .ati-tsc regard t. their Use, ha them within the tevch Lu iw that d if. tei.t Ca -rti lis ..1 the tms. Is. TIIVKIir 1'll.I.s, hs-. this well e. tat. iuli. 1 f t varie y ot the pure-t which act alik. on eet v causl, arid are g.sslan1 sthenic is ne. 1.-1, siieh Stomsch, S le e p i n. sa, Ixins, Costivenes. I'ain whole rsslv, from su.Ltrn if n. glect.-d, . & 1 in a Ios of Appetite, a told over the l!v, K.-t-w. V'l t IL h I. all in 7.'.7. n or .IJ; . . m Is ran 'en.eut- of the Pii i.s m f Ki k and anl S.reness over the Id, which f-e.jii,t:v, iij ciuii-.- 1 1 levi r. Cr.-. pin,- Sensation of I r,. , Headache, or l;if uiwitism. a tre.t Vtiriiter of the HU,l, and many di-e..-. t which lies', i, ,ir ti nu Iu. rous to un-ntf u iu this iftterti-erm nt. i.ie. 1 to:;. rilU E. 1IIK1T MMF.-s, ti1). Ihe I iver luvi.orator and Fsni ly Cathartic lils i letailed by Iii u.'.'.sfs i.eral V, and sold hole- 1.- bv the Trade :i. ail the la-ir. t wns S. T. W. SAN FORD, M. D., Moiuf.ictiircr and I'lopru t r, lv-'J7 S:.."i Ii... ., N. w Voik. HOTU'E. ril 1 1 E O .RA RTN ERSHI l HERETt K RE EX- isiitii b.-tween the subcriU'rs under the name of John Tho.nxs A Co., is this day dissol ved bv mutual consent. The unsettled accounts of the lite firm will fie adjusted by A. F. Weller, with whom the books of account, notes and cl.tims of the same, have been left, for settlement and collection, and to whom all debts due them must be paid. Dated Lansing. Auirust 17. W'.. JOHN THOMAS, A. F. WELLER, m:; E. R. MERR1FIELD. xoTifi:. rpiIE RL'SINESS HERETOFORE CONDl'C- ted bv John Thomas & Co., . i!l hereafter be carried on by the subscribers, at the old stand, under the name of reck Si Mernfield. fiEO. W. FECK, E. R. MEI.RIF1KI.D. Dated Lansinir, August 17, Ih.VJ. 2'J".iu:t FOKKST iMIKSKKV flllllS beautiful Nursery is situated in the citv of LANSING, Just South of the Celar liii.-r. And is CNEtjCAI.I.ED by any stock of trees East or West. It has been raised here, with especial reference to the wants of the fruit growers nnd farmers of Michigan, and consist nt Ii-ihIv vseiotios. niLnit!.! tjv fl.isi elmijOe rrrsfl- ed from bearing trees, and is nor in thrifty and line condition for transplanting. All those desirous ol pl.inting orchard, will find it to their advantage to purchase trees at this Nursery, instead of from Eastern specula tors with whom they are unaci tinted, ns the proprietors WILL WARRANT THEIR TREES To be the varieties named by them, will sell low, and take all kinds of faun produce at cash pri ces in exclunge for trees, and give a liberal credit to responsible purchasers, if desired. The following is a brief list of prices: Apple trees, lo to 2o cents each. Cherry " to o.r " Flum " to 4' " Pear " 5o cents each. Strawberries, 1 ier 1m. Currants, 1 oO per do.. Scions, 1 "25 per looo. We have also a quantity of evergreens and shrubs. HARRIS A PARSONS, Proprietors. Lansing, August t!3, lsV.. 2iw A CAKIL NOT having disposed f our lots in Lansing, we agtiiu call the .ittentiou of speculators, and the rest of mankind, to the f.n-t that we own the following lots: I.ts 1, 5 and '., t.I.K'k l.'.s ; Its U i nd bl.K-k 1 Ilt bl.K'k We want to sell the above ali at once, or singly, for cash. Roll iu vour bids, gentlemen, to " W. W. M ARK HAM A SON, r.m22v Cold water, Mich. Cm ClKk'- Of tli :, J l-sn-.ll, S- j.t liltier l'. l-- ) ; . tk .r Mi' in.. , ( C.ty of Ijirising, ) Tj I-ssr T..wn- q. and all . 'tiers int. r -t- d in th f.d 1 .win? described property, vi; Then..r:h fraction it th northwest quarter ot section 9, containing Vivu liO l 'tli acre. ou are herel.y u.-tdied that a--,,meu! aie h...ut t. be imtde upon you tu .lefray tie" Xsnf of repairing loan 1 Kiver rea l from I be west en 1 of North stieet west tothecity limits; that as SKiiient r""- hsve hern rnsd. in the premise. wh'?h are on Ble in the oftice of the City Clerk, where "her will r. min ojen to y.ur in--.-twn un t.l Friday, the ;0'h d.y i f S-pteu.b. r. 1--.V.4. at f o'c.k P. M , when an I where yi.u rosy ap ir ltore the I'.m m n t -iunejl of sad city and shi.w csn1. if any there be, why the stid aeniienl -t.ou'.d not b- ina.1.- and c.!. c'e.i according to law I!r order of the C .rumon C.mnr.I. 2w'is ' viEO A AHM-T'l'iNi;. Cite Clerk. Citv Cikrk s in-n. . I Iaii-mg ep,,..ntH.r j., js,-r j State e Mirns.ux. I City i f lnint-, I "' To H .i iin 11 Llnsn. lie.! W Pi ck , d.diii Th.'inv-, S F. VtY.cix, te.rin-i .l .hiis. u. F- A Th'.inj- n.M s .1 Cut Ier. F a J w, su. v nir.-s. 1. t ILllmrl, K. i'nee. 0 C. Wi.Wrtl, F 1 Kj.-ei . Il Y. le - n, h.irles 11, vV . J, .ties. .1 i tVt.itrr.an .1 . i:.slev, .l .i.n e iicl..-. A W. .l ani-.O. W VVa'irn.s K i. e,r.e, o I' t !.r.M F. Warv.n. tate i.f Mich ixu.J. A r -. -. -in, M J ..n.. l-, M jrpbv . H b'-vr I, J M "she... r. y.. t. , f K f H...el!, J .. Iarlng"l I erk ll.i.rnan.C t. Irlmk-. .'. K li.i-h. II lu - r-l!. K-'a e nf i' M. i.iure. Arrul u iu-. Ilennetr .v. 1 .. . 11 it shank, K.laard F.lo.tt. aHieli K t :m.4i l-, J-iliU tVb teis-y.Jamea W h te , y. 4. I. fWrt.-b.J. bti Am- rt.en.l ll e,4rxt .,,,.iew , vv iii ii 1'iapinan. h kstem. H. W. Back. W. V,.iaou-e. J p. luk-r. V. . II f,iisknv. J W...ti.auer,iLlhaver.J llt ie.K F. Ik V. ll. I. 1-t.t. K ". shawt.xn. H -rr.er .; K-rr. Y.n J.,hn-m. t M. -.S s C.-re . II. H Si.jih.H Wdrox. M. Turn-r. T I llll tws. J VV. Ii .!ne -. J. iSuruett II Baker, w. Wr.glit. 1. Is ii.-v. ar, J ii Kolry.J..ho . l.usvr.C C K-'.J-. B-nj Irankln. F. Alten.J H II ill, M F. W'.l !im. I ollv M- ... Mr' iKirant.C S Ami-tr r.g.l. Swuer, C Bevch.S F. IU-tin.'..C T.-gi-r. Have., jver so p-y, l I. iw. J I'. C w'.e., i. I l ar.ii.', ! C I-ach, if C u-en, .1 W Ho; k.iis. M-s. Ane 11. J-hn T. nik.Of, A Ca-it.A B Watkiii-, - a,'r, B John-,n. An. k.n.h:l. ieo t. A t'l.ie-. W. J lia'ker. Wry A Ttiay er, Aon Sro.'.h.S Cnls-y, P. ,ark. o. j. T.s ker.s. Ira-y. K N. bnlley, A Xicbj.-, C Crane, Ja- iisrw.ck. Ii."io Seyrnou. J"b T s Lir, J Yaij-r, anl a 1 other er n ir.leree 1 in 'be following deer.bed profrST, v:r B -s-ks, half f SI. sill, s. Laif of C4. ha.f of 41. 1J, 41. bal of 44. ha t f 5.. isl, ha.: id 54, bad of t.a.f cf '4 bail -ft. ta f of t?. ta'fcf i. taifof 3, half of 'T.ha f i f ev.La.lis tT. l.a f of lOU.balf of 101. Laif f 1M. bait . f 111. ha.f of 114. ba f of 115. half of 1. t.t of ll-.. half of Iii, half cf 1 .. half of 149 had of ii. half ,f 15T. Laif of 1. half of 171, half ot 172. and k u v.l-j, 11.1 13. 14.15. block 177 'iu a; hereby n t.6-l that a-se..rr nts are aVnjt t- be made up. u y..u U defray the ex.eti.-s of cra-l.Dg I Wa-b-ng'on Avenue, from Frank! n t!et tn Va.ti street . tbat as-e--ment ro 1- have been ma le out in the piem,-..., wb.eh ar on ft e in the rfBe of the Oty CVrk. where they w ll remain open 1 1 your ro-peeti.-n nnt.l F.id.y, the 3T.h day of Septenulr, 1-5, at s o'c'.-srk F. U , wtlea and wb- re ou rr.iy appear be'oie the O.a.nKu G-unr f -a J City .n l bnw cauw, f any th' be, why the saic a--. nvut shonld not be ma.le ao-1 Cs;s-.-tei aeeord ng to law. Hr order of to- Cumm n O-onciI. 2w-S " Gfo. A. ARMSTRuXV.. City Cerk. 'ANS, Fans, at the CITT BOOK STORE ! MRS. WINSLOW, Aa eiper eoced X jrs and Frma'.e Phys'eian. prexts to tie a'.VLt .i vf mother-, her soouu(i svui r. Por Cliildrt'U Tcciliiiu which greatly facilitates the prices f teeth rg, b ..'t en:ngtne gums, re-lucingal intlimmation wnl al.av ALL PA IX and spasmodic acuon, and is SIRE TUISEilflJlTE T11K BOWFl-S. IVol npin f, motlie-s, it will give re.t U v.-u'setve. and A". .Voavl j.: t.i yw.r Jntn:t. We have put up and o.d this'artu ie for over ten vesrs, anl can jy, in conSieuceand truth of it, ht we" hsve never beeU fans other Xi ins a mx.ii a In F r k c r a 31 r. SUOTIIIXw MVKI'P, Hied timely u-ej kn w an in- st;is(-ti..a wtio used it. trmty, all are M ,,-hted with its per terms ot ln-bct common iat.i.n ot r .est eS, an ! tue.l:cal virtues. We sisik m this m...i,r..i . awoav,"' a:ier tea year.' experience, ud p e.'.e our rej u tatH-n for the fu fidiuent of what we here .le.i.re. lu a! nut every instance wliere the infant is sutler nir tr. in pain audekhaus'.Hir. rell will bef Kin i iu li leeuo: taentv minutes a!Ur tbe syrup i a tiuiin-re e l this va uable i reuaiati .n i. th- i le-.-r i.".. .. ,.f .iIu. ,.r the mj.t 1 vpenrcced aul Skdliul Nurses in Sew rug'aud. aud has been ue,l w.th neier fail ng uec. ss iu TH'l sANlS .F CASKS. It n.d otlv leheves the ch 11 1 rro : i tl.lt 111. c x'. the s ouiach an l U.uris. cm. .-t, and ene- gy . tl.l s'.el!l. It -laot; rel:e e ilKU'lX IN T1IK It HVKI s vi . r U". cnie i v iii i, im: i: . r ti:i:tiii;. :!:;',;r and over U I I Oils, not Si-e.!i die.l,en. in believe it suie-t r. in worid.'n ail TKK and !; vt:l:.l.rv in lli.Mrv n. w ,.-th. teethicg. or tr..iu any ..ti er c..i-e. W . everv mother a h.i h is a child si.iVriinr :. f.'rei.siig ciiiplaints J,. n..t ' jour p.e pre.ud.ces i f others. s'auJ Msi ru ,.,.! ii f. r ii; ehild ai: ! I 1 1 1 ar.t the r.-lief thit wi.l I si :k--ve. I'KE to !....-w the u- ..t tli . in-.ii. ne. Full .1. fec i, ns f..r u-i.f w :l .i in i n ueu un-, n ii!. .s ti. f.,e . m:!,. ,. i KINS. ,.. S-ild by Ihtu'gists Ihtoiuh . FhlNi'Il'AI. OFFICE. Xo. 1 ill v: sun r. n 1'rlrr only i Outs ti r Mottle. MOitb TO BK ADMIUKD Til AN I HI! i:k lllT IU AIU-YI E Vf l Worn hy Kings nr iMiiporors. 117(7.' H7,y, li,,,,,!,;, ..,. Htlr. BECll'SE iintt id.'. l is t!.i I ll llll. -lit l.l. lllls. If Iwl nil mil i:,:i.. r. al bi iohtly in -p:lr kiing. though the ni-e mis i.I.M.iu the glowing In-, k, t lie c.- I., the teeth be tin is." id it llo- In- i.l i-i !.. reft of its cov. iing, i.r tin Ii m I..-si,.ii I. .1 .ni l shrivili-d, f,,ir'i ,ixd ';. ..r :. Mill, if sprinkled with gr;iy, imtute will i i. re tli.tn halt her charms. 'Pmt. U .....1- ll.i.i l.'. st.nu tive, it used two or t!nv" linn :l k, will le- tore and peruiunenilv eruif to iill s;n Ii :m nr- tiameut. Lead the follow .m-1 i.i.L'.-. The writer f the lirt is the .l !.i.it.. ri:itiii. Thallierir: New York, Apiil l'., Is.'.S. Ir. 11'i.m; lfar Sir, Permit mc to -x- press to you the ol.Iiati.His I am under for the entire restoration of mv hair tons original color. About the time of mv anival in tbe Cnite l States it was rapidly Inc. lining !'i.i, but upon the application of your " Hair II-tor:itive," it soon recovered its original li'ie. I eon-ider your Restorative a a erv w.m.Jeiful inveniion. quite eflicacious as well as agreeable. I am, dear sir, vow tiulv, S. ni i.i:r.i.:. I'rvsi. Welsh News,.;,,..., nil; I:; N.,-i.i st., April I ' ls.'.s. t I'fJ. '... II'.....: ..rr Sir, Some month or six weeks no I lee.n. ila bottle id vour Hair Kestoraiive and give it inv wile who con cluded to try it on her hair. Utile thinking at the time that it would restore the .ray hair to its original col.ir, but to her, as well as inv surprise, liter a few wet k tiial, it has pet f,,rii,ed that wotnlerlul clleet I.v 1 1 1 r I . i : i ; ' all tin' rav h airs to lark brown at tin satne tun.' I.e.iiilifv ing and I stlOllL'iv reroriillielld the thieketiin the hair. i:...!,.. m ..0 t.rs....w ;.. ..r .,..t. a hanire of their Lnir. riiAKi.Es r.i:M:v. New Yotk, Ji.lv V.;., ls',7. l'r,.. n. .. II',.....- Wiih c.iili leiov do I recommend your Hair K. si.n.ttive, as l.- i:i the ino-t euii aeintis ai licit' I CUT i iiee iism your Ht.r Ke-toralive, mv l.uir and whiskers. which were almost while, have gradually giowu tlark ; and I now feel ein.ti.l. nt lliat a ft w mon applications will restore them to their natural color. It also has relieved me of all dandruff and unpleasant itching, so cnnuium umotig per sons w ho perspire t reel v. J. i. KII.HY. 1 rof. II ...: About two vear ao mv hair cotnun'iiced falling oil' and tur iiinir irrav: I was fast becoming bald, and had tti, .1 many n ine died to no (-fleet. I commenced u-ing your Re storative in January l,.-t. A few application larUciit'tl my hair tirmlv. It began to till up, grow out, ami turned la k In us fnrmtr color (black.) At this time it is fully restored to its original color, health, mid appearance, aiid I rhecrf ullv recommend its use to all. J. I. II. iKS. Chieago, III., May 1, l-,7. The Ke-torative is put up in bottles of three 8ir.es, viz: Iirgf, medium, and small ; the small holds one-h ill a pint, and n tails f..r w .l.-ll.ir it bottle; the m.-diuiti holds at least twenty per cent, mote in proportion than the small, an I retails for two dollars p. r bolt!.-; the I no hold a fpiart, d per cent, more i:i propoi lion, a:..! retails lor i'l. ..!. Wifl A '., IV.pri, tors, r.1'2 I Ir..:, I way. New Yotk, (iu I lt- great N. Y. Wire Kiil ing Kstabli-hm.nt,) an 1 lit M.iil.f 'ir.-ri, . t. Louis, Mo., and soi l by all good Id ul-Isis a id Fancy (joods Ileal, rs. tui; WATCH ES ANn V. II AT 1 1 hasj-i-t r.cive.l a I r-.- ell 1J a Selected ,1r.il tliletit of J.-W elt V, nt hi- NEW STORE, One dor South of t't.ryellA .I.-t.is.!ia oTirti!i' of all the l it. st -tyl. s f.f Jewely,Gold & Silver Watches,c. II.tviii J.HH n isei n St.-ck i-ii- tirely in the Kast.-ni inaiket, and f ir i '.r, I H it ter tiiys. !f that i can s, !l .-i; ti.o J. w. Iry a cheap a. any est.if.li-hnierit w.-st o: ti.e it v- t NeW" Yolk. I deal in IlO'-e 1 .t tl.o i'ftijifftf 1'iiri'tt' and . Ayj-rt.nd .'', ' Hivini? ha 1 ti loti i p. ri. tic- in th- bn-im-ss, I am thu-enabled to pi.rchi-e tin- (,im ir. ar ticle, and eoti-e'j'i' mly none r.'her are o"ered at my cout-ter. Knowing that I can s. .1 a In tt.-r article for a less ptiee tha:i :iT' other st.i'.li-h-Tllelit ill the city of I.'t!i-in,I itivite h!l w!io wis), to invest in rut Iii..-, to rue a n 1 before ;-ur-Chasiti2 tlfwh-r.'. h .',,. hr .' I. V. IIATII. one diror .Siur!i of forve'.l ,v J.-ni-s.n. Ws-hin'r- ton Avenue. City of Lan-ii-.f.. I keep 4. fir-t ckiss workm an, an 1 one who can not le beaten at watch repairir-.j by ar.y work rtian in the country. Hi work is warrs'ited to be superior to that of any other ever euiplov.-'i in Lansing. JS Watches ar,(i Clocks r .air.-1 and Warranted. I. F. IIATII. City ' Jsihtiuy, Maii 1."., 1 -..:. Lansing City Foundry! 11 V TII07IIKI V CO. G 1 P.IST AND AW MILL GEARINflS, ML'LY Iron haw-Gearing, orel Saws. KuiMinir Iron of the mt I in proved PallYr!., Mle to order on fhort notice. AL I'lnws, Cultivators, and a!! kinds cf FARM IHPI.E1li;.TS, On hand or made to order. Engines and Thresh ing Machine" repaired on short notice. ?S All work warranted charge, moderate JOHN TOMPKINS, A. B. WAT KINS, ly21i JOUN TWKER. Take them and Live! 'oglcc. Ill and Die. j; litKKU-V's StUvK CoaTkll Ilu M Kii Mht..tln.NU l'LTkk tkks. Dies unsurpassed reaie dies have, by c.iiuui-n c nsrut ol B ai.kiud. Nsrn placed at the head of ail similar prvparats-n.. Her rick's Vegetable 1 ui, u uu:versl ., sitrtv and Certainty "n the Cureol the various ttiseasrs ot can, excel all o l.er. and their aV uniuesti.ixbiy is trvble that .f ad o;bvr kinds. In full Jom-s thee are active Ca.hait.e. iu mailer .lose 7 sw.and ciean n all Vi lions t omj laiou, Si.-k Headache, hirr ISM-a-rs. k dney eracgeuienti., Momach 1Hs.t icrs, aud sk ri Atlevti.ms. tl.ry lire as if by e.i .-. TLe- "i ! are j u"r!v r-csn I akeu at ai.v l.a-e lv .'.i yw .-, ith"Ut chants .n . tt'i iiM-iit i-r i t V-ri-. visa i;s". nre.'.i-.i e hn p". iie ? I. but when rsi s u.pi um'e.t .a a I i. i -r iii.i.et '-s-ar. It J : '. Is. .. 1 I !s U. l.s. iu- ti e ra'ta-nt. llerrtc. s Sa :vr t..u- ; l'i.l l.t.e urn ' er !i-n i. n t fivu. e s re ui. i.ti. . .1 h i , i -nls, ! a have s-'ine ethers. Tl.sref. re, m w n! ot a fitni'v I'll!, p'rasaut to taic. ceit n t fuie. aid u-.- hv ! m. !.ei. will cettain'.y l.s k I r n. '.'. r. 1 ' e I' l:. aie i covered w, Mi a e .ating ol pa e !.. . i... l.v p' lies! c ue a!ut II. em. hut a;, s. . .. .. t ... n ss I. : ,.: r i.fect ..i,iv. r AMU V I! il . i I s . .. l. i IS, ONK lol 1 U IIMrri-k liil t i-"iicllw-iiiiis llalcr. These r .-n n.. I Clusters cure vni. viU'.. and !.s tre-s, in tie bsi-k. sides and bt.t. in lue a rrs In .!ee.l, s.. c. riain are they to do this that, the I'ropvwl.T iri.iut. "t.em. Spia.l fr Mil 'i- i;. t vsins and cuius, . si t.enii'.'u. k it 'esth-r. tei. lei- il .-n jss-,,1 xr v a.t. t e 1 to the w.xiit. . I h si i.'r an t i-the's f ch l lxter will ni i,.in.ii- t.i fi w in. irli. and iu ih..iiiix'ic cm p'muts, i n. itn I f fci". . ti ;'ient'v f :l.s-t ,nre, I. !s! i I .."her ret he. a le t I nil .1 n cti. ris w i I I . !. I i II the t."k el CI fiib! c s.-exVel.. .v",ii.t., I llll I- . t the !.-.(.! all 1 .s'hees. W ll sf lenf'heu tte.r Inn -s xii l mil l.e th.ir voice. 'v .T li -1 en the I -ni riUCr l-. cixrs lr. ( wstl's j"ll- t'wlwri imfl. lit. .rtiiii'l aiifii. ia hie reput t'leii in t. e cure .' Ca litil,, . i.l ,. ce, liratuess. tvatei v and In ro d I've-, and th-.se .lis.,- i-.. tie noises, isiiitliug the 1. ..-..!. el straw, list int wat. it. l.s. r:c ; pu"e y ert ah.e. . . ines w Hi lull .Vei-i i..ii. an.l del.s'l.ls all that u- t a- a .i. -e." nir si,if a ,. inn..! ! ri.!.'.,! I'K.t'F ".'A l II lt F.I.I.'S 0lllll(i ItllVDEIts. ill e.t nt . d '.. w-ll i H.itm at the 1 1 -! I in iti.tne.te tem Stxt.-s i..r the S .I ot lie I k II Is . l M. l lie i.t one t.i I XI. I i lite a. A, Vet .'!' n .th ug ii.,. ir the I ii ; th.'in , ample .tirec ,. . I.oisei.ien are tnv it ii Ve t their j,...'s.. lima' ciii Im w. rle 1 . ii.- w .lb esch 'J 1 an 1 i .. 1 i . I t. I. !:. I'VI k i.f ."it I N I s t-W.I.e sts ve . till. ll. h... It the I I. I C. nt sli d. -le hv -ell 1.ISSI shell's I l i.e.. OiliiIxs j,i,.t ss.uJn V,i,en. I'l'i'L'e I'm.'ir '-in the ptmcipa lit ililb K V Mli.iltlUls. fi '! ll iVsi ', l"-mv, V. I" I.v all .tea . r. m Vl-.tvtws, an t by 1. tehalit roil a lie re II I" AI Alt- it. f "i'li A lf. Krad llir ramplilrl CLARK'S SYRUP. ' ' 1 1 K .' re.xl put, ti.-r .d t!.e I :.. I ... 1 e .k.v 1 1 in es .r Vo inn: ' I" " ' f slell.". I . le. aie S.-ro F.erv h well. V , thai ll I.l. b . he must Is r. Ie es to PIKIKY Till: lU.OOK I NO kit Ki 1 KY ' i'Ysrn-ix. 1.1 V f tC iiMi l AINT XO Alt-FXI.- XO I. iTAsll ' no i.;iNt : .no si i I'll tit: sit no iiinN : No MINI It. 41. 1 Oi auv kiu.l -r tiatuie in it. I'xixi ix Tin-, lives . Silk. riM:'IF ON flit: Fi K KIl'Nt V l'1-l st si: .Ml i FKYsil't . '. .1 l N.i t. It Is Warraiiltd. H-No itew-pM-er l-'id or tict itrs.ti . name.! Fverv peis..u from whom a cert h.-ate is ii their names and mi, libers are pubu.lie I Any person ran address them by mail an t san-ty It viti-elv.-..- ttB AiV rs. ii who Ire. tbe siu(. wi.l on discover it- I'lalities, and r.-. ...iiiii. n t it h ir'.iv It L.s.lv jn-t intto .l.-ed. sli.i , ..I n a n.-le cx.e hs. it t.ik-l Vet W . k v ir "I- , oi.'v 1K 1 1,. ii I .... will to.t te-i.r ilsr.si. 'll len.e I ."p US le.ttle p...t.,.s. ,.. I. i ,l-u'.l, W.lll otliel- ,t te.,.l ir. Lie or - I I. Hies. toiler. I sp..l, N... Ss ri a h'.l. .ton Avn.ie. ban v. A'at-TUY tl.MlK .r lulls an t leier -V. ill I', the .t It -.1 1'u.il.e. rar-TUY I. AUK'; i I.l I', l ::.h.. I'.inller. fof ltaM-ps.a. ta-H-Y CI !'.h'S SVUI IV TarTItY I . A I'.K S S". Ill I' I t..r si r s, r- V In fc.xte 1 ems'. or any l.l.s.d disea-e. rat-Cl xl'.lx s SVKI I', iii al. c.s. . . itV, or l'.l!-.xses i.l t'l Sj.,,,.. n I l,y it l-r.Utv'S SYlil I', Clixt ll. tl.e hi. .. I, Ii I l IH the ....,. 1 .,. is-l. . ii-ci i:k's s i:r ; aii ve.-.tai. anl ihst is wl.nt the li.inix i t....l ,eo .- I.KK S SV lll l' I .r S .re Ti,,.. eaCCl.fi.'x's: .- l:l"l'f .r we.L'v.. .icsiv , pl.l.v l luldien. ' -ur Jtar-l'L.VKK S ViJr i s il i an l m l ne,a',s I in it. f i w 11 Is- t ven I .l any p a n t t-Cl.tl:K S , l;l eenre nr .-ef..li.l..us I Ini lien. Iil .ir inr :ilii" in temale. 1 At-' T.AIllv S s i:( ( n, . Working W-.lldels al over the 'in prt-t.vr , and b r l-.e, Womb- or s,-.i.i.i,U 'Illp! oi.ta, aud I el. is peitecMv mngt .le win. to ,!,,ul ing by I. II. k tt !akiie.!.es l lll up ., l.ener.l Ist.dty, .t ju:irt Ifittles. Si,, . C at Cr sa.e in 1. mew. 11. II. l'.arth.d... -IT 1. Con ell Jettison VRL' now receiving direct from N"(-w Yuk, lloston, and I'hi'adelpliia, one if the l.trgent Ktocks of .1 tlroeerieri, Units, S'ioei, Cnirkery aud Hard ware, ever before offered in this 'i!V, to which they invite tie- attention of all concerned. Know in-. tii it mum i it tlii nri-tt lerrr ft . x (.! ilf i.lii, and lliat people tlniik tnoie . their '.lime-'' than they do .l atit tiling -ls', atel that ihe or.-il a'lti biti .'i.--t ion i-, "Win-re can I trad." the chf .ipe-t, and thereby -:,Ve the ,.,st money V we au-w, r in n l-'w words a.- po--illi", tint ihi- is the riiACE. Win te you can invest your money ,l,u'ni morr ''..- for i d-'lltr 1 1 in nt any oth.-r Store in town. We lull' adopt. 1 the ready pty ft--i. iii, and ne ate ii l riuiin .1 to n. ike it an ol. j. el for A LL w ho w i-li t pv .l-iwti for their !"e. i t i ti l I ' W.th U-. d.fl.Mcliee ,,f at least tn.-liU file p. r cent. I in favor ot ,nir ei.!..lliers( will r.-'i'l.Iy to' -!?., between .r ptiees a'l'l tlios,. w !io trii-t. We mean what we e.:r, a' d will sati-fv all who rail on ns. tl,at il is a i'art. We parti, ul irlv invite ti.e I.:.. lies lo -v -iimm itir tor k of b. -mtif-il S.lk-, I'h.ilii. -, l. -Laim s, l'a-!ilnere- Mrrino's, M-i-iit.s, ;':l."!,-l!iis, t'a.'iitii i-s, Andr-rd- lilov. s, I. aunt!. It-, M.tts, Ifo-letV, Tritnti.it. os, K'.bbons, I'...- a-o!-. Hoops, aii I st,, k of othf i Shawls, .4. ill-. Il.-nbroil.-ii.-, Lin. 1.-, I r-1. . v. -, I "ill.tr s. Cot!..!.-, 11 lilt-, g'Ktds t.-i i liiri.-r- fnis to mention. 7'. t hr tl'ntl- mfti w' would m.r.lv ir that we are doitig i-..,c in th.; elofhitig l,n-, ai. jirti-pte-.s to clothe a m in ail over in a .,ip,. airf -til " that his shadow won't be-i'raid tof.'i .w l.i'i. a'.d To llir World al l:ir We say p'vi; us a cail and sati-fy yoiira.-lv, s that there is one store in town where you ran pet the l -t -f 7 s.ds at asloni-hinj low price-, a- we are determined to sell poods r heaper that they were ever l.ef-re i, in th:s market. No grturiblir.rr, or charges riiide for "how-ing p'Kels. Store in the IIlmes .t Wiiht l.!or k, ntie .J..r ponth '.1 IJurr li lirov'. i oiu i:i.i. .v .ii:io. In-ir.7, May 1, xn ti i:r coji i-i.a i .ts. Viz : Diarrhea and Cholera Morbus, and Flatulent and Spasmodic Cholicn. U'F. THF I S.rfts.,s(. , r-f. c seV-i ,.n.tt v.l-1 Ii 1-l-i.AlK S Ao:Vr. Mii::.iui,, a.el r nt th.. ji. i have -t.- --e : .-. ..in.tirv i ;Te'. ,ri etir Z th i).-. f-.T ':T! it l .e.ni!Ur.-le-t. v 7 A( I Jf lel IIKiV"' MAHifltKA arel I Il iU . Vti:J:l . , urowa.or in the !.m l of o.r cu 'isvr. an ! l.a.e a s., see q nre -.t,,i a-.in i.i-'rxti- n .a e... ,, .,i, K-:A IXMXTI t. Ue d..,ll,.r.' .'-.r..r,.l.Ltf ,ee..m raeni it ' 1 tlei whi msy ! t rtet with 'ti d - ire an 1 tau-erfej. omoia n-. a- ot-nue .tsif the be-t meat.. f-r l!--r e.;re rr r-I ef . W l:ri-tI,l'Uea, J i F-s.f, itanniUsi, I Par-on-. W."ftelt. Whi'- ft S. n.Fr-.'.. i ia P urt.-, Att.ea 'V. S'evver A -s..n. !Utav J ... K.-y- r, I '-v. T P.r.die, rJm ra. A J M.'ttews. Ii3tf.xl . U P. Swan, Pxhe-vr. T M Hull'. Ali'MiM.. J es in. siM-ra fa:'.. I K- I ey A I . I. l.Mr. l ei.n ai.. 1 it. ft A I' 1 in-, si r.e.i-. J wen .'.!, Is-Wwt. I! K K l.avl. ;.. (',1,1,;. . Wilrl.A l."ai,..-.-. .. ..I'iet K -n.-Vi.'.e. ".rtr K It . Kr X. U It is rxrtteu'ar'y uwful to I HIIJ-PFN in TFlTil auv one ' I i the c.n ! 5 LLl-ssll DM ROODS IXi;, as it a. lays imUVio, in-'ures nvl.'i e rB:ra tKi. and prodnee. !-!. 0-&jUt tT If.iii.-T i.EXTiuiii T. I'liesj 'Jt ents 4ti224 C. N. TLTn.E, ;nrml A.j.-ni. Aaborn, X. Y.