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V ' GREEN DETsL, MAY 1, 1873. Introiactory. At tho start wo. ore somnwhat inconvenienced ; not having tho facilities fr printing'and publish ing The Star, that wo couM wish; hut wo hope to bo able to accom plish all tlmt is requisite for a good thoroughgoing county paper, in good time. ' As soon as the railroad is opened to tho county 6eat, wo expect to have n full sup ply of printing material, shipped into tho county. L:tko county is destined to bo first-class region for agricultur al and lumbering pursuits. It is second to nono in tho State, in point of climate, ui) and natural timber growth. There is not an acre of waste hind in tho county, and nono to bo wasted. Such a county needs n proper channel through which to herald its pro gress, and that mouthpiece should bo a live, and well sustained nowspapor, just what wo are de termined that The Star shall be. In onr intercourse with tho peo ple of this county, wo intend to work for tho wholo community ; not for any one man, 4nor any bingle set of men. If individuals or corporations have any grievan ces to settle or discuss, the con troversy must be conducted en tirely upon their own responsibil ity ; but wo do not intend to gag any person, or prevent , any one from publishing over his own. eig nature or otherwise, whatever ho maj? wish, provided it bo said in such language as is not libelous nor slanderous. ' Citizens, in different parts of the c uuty, can greatly assist us in the du.'y of developing and keeping posted tho growth and incidents of tho various settlements and towns of tho county. An Ed itor is ono who neeoY about as many friends as any person does; and hoeantfot possibly obtain in formation from all points except through tho kindly offices of per sons Hying in the vicinity of places that should be heard from. There foro we (hull always t cl under obligations to any and all persons who send us such information. In this way wo hope to make The Star equal to any local paper in this State. In politics The Star will bo Re jfwlltcanno independent or neut ral humbug for us. When we becomo afraid to 6how onr "col-ore,"-wo calculate, it will bo time to turn pirate at onco. However, tins will not prevent ns from doing full justico to those of a different . political opinion from ourselves; and our columns are always open to treo ditcussion, until feuch timo ns our opponents shall haro an organ of their own, and oven then, if tlu-y prefer our circulation to theirs. In the absence of political campaign issues, however, we do not propose to continually harp on political topics; but remain of the opinion that pcoplo of both parties wonld rather read something clso as 6oon as election is over, and " tho returns all in." With this understanding, wo beg to shake hands with tho peo ple of Lako County, and com- ' mcncG our work. It lies entirely with them whether our work will prove a success. Tho paper is large-sized and respectable look ing, and the more patronage it ha a tho better it will continue to appear and prosper. Tho sub- scrtption price it two dollars a year, anil it is qnito essential that nil pay in advanw if possible. )Vc, also, eolicit all the cards and advertisement that professional and business men I rf He county can possibly afford so as to givo tho paper a permanent and la-ting source of revennc. . ItADOrJFFEifc CO. Editors & Publishes. The otith lknd, lnd.9I!egi8ter, Jast wcekj contained a large cn gravir.g representing tho " hpnd. aotno hni'din and . cxteiufv works of tho Siudebakcr 13r.ther' Manufacturing Company' ',Wa gon Shops. They turn out'anctr wagon erery ten miuntos atlhoso workc. In this ic wo liav'a a host of hntincss cards' and other advertise, menu to which M'o call general nnd special attohtiuo, not haying lime and space to enlarge upon ineriu of each separate!. .Von xy yonr money, and takes your choice." blanks jti our lottery, thank .i " SL TKnns-vn Wcm.im, cf 1'Jra'Atit I'ftiins towi'hip, cjl'c'i! on us fn Tin ,r'ii.a a tiffltf nriUini ifilhingiin Baldwin; and that .,l,f.,t in t!.t viclnit v i3 loukinis Jflito Wlite's Majority. Tho official canvass of votes in Lnko county gives 18 majority for White. In tho Mason countv Record Mason county is put down at 304 majority for Barley. Tho Manisteo Standard reports Manistee county as 328 majority for ilarloy. Benzie county, ac cording to the Journal, gives Whito 363 majority. Ono town, ship in Wexford county, Selma, was.throwji out of tho Judicial canvass. The lHoneer 6ays Wex ford county gave 7 majority for. Uarlcy, As the votes now show, tho majority for Jndgo White in the 19th Circuit is 154, as follows: Cocxtiss. Wiiite. Haslet. Osceola, ...412 Lake 1ft Mason,. Manistee, lienzie,. 303 Wexford, 304 32S Total,... ..703 . C39 White' majority,154. Late County Official Canrass. Tho following is the report of tho official canvass of Lake conn- Chase. Yates, Pleasant Plains, Lake, Webber, Cherry Valley, Ptnora, Klleworth, Klllbuck, Total, Majority, Ul 5 C'J 20 14 .. 4 'J 1 33 IS 15 14 1J t 13 13 67 fl7 47 90 20 20 49 4! 4S IS 13 13 14 14 14 13 13 13 31 It 33 It 19 Sit 98 47 14 14 It SI U 47 47 14 10 90S 14S IVi 19 19 VI 231 S72 90S IS 233 32 72 Those who have an idea that Lake connty is comparatively wild, should see some of the well cultivated farms of Yatep, Chase, Pinora, 'Ellsworth and Killbuck townships: No better improve ments are to bo seen anywhere, considering the number of year since they were first settW TnE proceo Joga of tho Lako Countjr tfoard of Supervisor rcro reeeived too late for inser tion this week.. Next week they will appear in duo form. IIoi.dino a turkey by the tail with one hand and shooting at its head three times with a revolver in tho other, and misiing it ench time, is a fair specimen of tho marksmanship of ono of our Traverse City sports. Traverse Bay Eagle . - An unfortunate young- woman from Mew York appeared in a Philadelphia court, the other day, to prosecute a lover who had lett her a young responsibility but, being Informed that the court had not jurisdiction, sho went up to the young man, there present in court and deposited the child in his lap. The young man was greatly embarrassed, but didn't receive muh sympathy, and 6ought to avoid the is3uo,placing the child on the table. A few minutes later tho young mother came back, too much a mother to desert her child, and a Her a tearful little bpecch to her betrayer, took the little ono away. Amojco tho most remarkable incidents of tho spring fresheta is that which occurred on the Ark an pas River, several miles below Little Rock. A cemetery on the river bank was overflowed and washed until its -cnliro surface was swept away with tho resistless torrent. Mr. Samuel Davis, a Custom House official, crossed from Ilob- oken early yesterday morning, as he was passim; aloni: West street a rough-looking man accost ed him with, "Say, Mister, can't yer give a feller ten cents. "Yes, here's a stamp," replied Mr. Davis handing the fellow the money. " Well, stranger, that has saved yer life. I was so hard up that I had mado np my mind that if yer didn't gnv nuihin I'd kill yo and then rob yc," said the ruffian in a cool tone of voice,' at thoametimedisp1aying a dagger. New York Sun, A postmaster pnzzling out a very uncertain superscription to an Irish letter, jocosely retnariceo: to an intellicont son of Krin who stood by, that the Irish brought a hard set ' of names to Scotland. That's a fact, yer honor,' replied tho Irishman, 'but they get Jiarder ones after they arrive here,' " ,tmm,, Tub J to session of tho Michi- can Leci1a.nrc, was 120 days in length, being 17 days longer than thoitssion of 1871. It was a very long session ; and yet A smaller number of acts wcro passed than at nny session during tho past six years. Tho .iinnl adjournment day was yesterday ; but tho mem bers dispersed and ceased to do business i.nt Satnrday. Among tho latest acts aro tho following : To provide for taxation of li censed State homcstbjd lands of r livo years J to provide for tho cuitod and safo keeping of per sons trim! for !iurdcr and acquit ted on tho ground Cf IumiiIit; to inako provisions for cstab!:Vhing a Stato House of Correction. A rKivATB cMo tlipntcli, rc- envid nt.iJitawn, Iiukkui, wm Rmo, revives the report of Iho I I'-Pv'b uefttl. nu iU conycaLntlit From the Outline, Osceola Connty Board of Superyi- SSL Special Session, To Thomet T, Iklmll, Clerk of the County of OtctxAa," Sib i W the undersigned Supervisor do respectfully petition 70a to call a speeial meeting ef the Board of BuperrU ort of Os ccola count for the following purpose, vis : 1st, That we may form or agree upon a basis of assessment for the year 1871. 2nd, That we may make provision for the early completion of the Court House and Jail. 3d, That we may affect a final settlement with the late county Treasurer, and for the transaction of all other business that may como before the Board. Said meeting to bo liolden In th'j court room in the Tillage of JIomct, 011 Tuesday tho 22d day of April, A , 'd. 187S. Dated tho 10th jy 0f April, A. D. 1873. Charles F. rJrevage, Supervisor of Ucrser. JosoO, v. Ash, M Lincoln, M Orient, 44 Richmond, 44 Osceola, M Evart .. elstn Ferguson, Nathauiel Clark, Elias C. Martin, William Bennett, Tcssdat, April 22d, 1873, 1 o'clock, p. m. Tho Board met pursuant to the above call, and was called to order by the Clerk, Ou motion Joseph W. Ash was elected Chairman, pro tttn. The Roll was called by the Clerk, and the following Supervisors were present, vis :' ' Nathaniel . Clark, Township of Richmond. Jooph W. Ah. , " Lincoln, uwnn 11. iwiteu LeroyJ Burden, Sherman, Rose Lake, Cedar, Kvsrt, limey, Osceola, Ilortwick, . Charles O. Edwards, ItelahO. Moulton. Oeoree II. Playbaugh, William Bennett, Charles F. Dercvore, Kilns C. Martin, David 8. Shadier,. Nil ton W. Stewart. Henry A. Clark, John II. Lanpbcar, Nelson Ferguson, iiitninnrt. Wide die "Branch Pylvan, Orient, On motion the Board proceeded to an in formal Ballot for Chairman, with tho follow ing result : ' J. W. Ash received, eleven Totes, William Dennett, received one vote. On motiorthe vote was declared format, and Mr. Ash, declared the unanimous choice of the meeting. On motion the Chair appointed the follow, ing standing committees : COMMITTEE OX ACCOl'XT. Nathaniel Clark, John H. LanpfcGtorgo II. Dussett. COMUITTEB WATS 5D MEAKS I TMtt f. Hartin, William Bennett, Belah o. Houlton. COMMITTKE OX DASIS OF ASSESSMENT. ' . Nelson Fcrfnson, Hilton W. Stewart, George II. Sluybaugh. COMMITTEE ON COCSTT BCILDI50S: Charles F. Dcrevage, David S. Shadlej, Cbailoy 0. Edwards. COMMITTEE 05 JAIL! Oscar F. Mcllwain, Ilenr A. Clark, Mil ton W. Stewart. COMMITTEE dV POOR FARM William Bennett, George II. Bassctt, Cliarlcs 0. Kdwards. On motion the account of the Asylum at Kalamazoo, with this county, in regard . to Esther Morris was referred to the following, committe for investigation : John II. Lanpliear, Charles F. Dcrtvage and George II. BassetC arroRT or committee ox basis of ahsessmixt. Your Committeo on Basis of Assessment would respectfully submit the following state- meut a a bah of assessment and rccom- mend its adoption, vis : N1 Farulngtiindiuiilmproi'ed.por acre $3 to SIS )iurovt'U. pvr acru..io lu 20 No. 1 rino liuid 3 rullvs or under from riv er or mill iwr acre . . ..10 to 35 No. 2 line land a miles or nudcr from riv er or mill per avru I to IS No. S line land a miles or uudur from riv er or mill, ucr acre. 0 to 10 No. 1 line land trom V to m!cs from riv er or mill, per acre 10 to 20 No. I'lne lunn from 3 to 0 inllos from riv er or mill. ier acre 6 to 12 No. 8 rise lnnd from 3 to 0 ml leu from riv eror mill, per acre 4 to S Pine stump liMids.,; Istclax Stallions 2nd class Htnlllon to tt 250 150 l.'iO 1(H) 60 ittto 100 200 75 . ft to 10 ,V to SO . l,Hto: . 1 to 15 .20 to 75 tit IAO ,10 to 25 1st clans Draft llor.cs 2nd cImm Draft Horses :td claxs Drnft llom?s Colts from 0 months to 4 years old iKtclasv WOrk Oxen 2d - Sd " " " NeatCuttlo Milch Cow Hhecp Hop.... ., Lninncr uroiis Buindes and Carriazes Loi'iiin Mcigus lloud blclchs... M to CO Haw Logs per thousand . A 4 to S 4 to 25 1 to 3 Lnnioor - Shingles Neiox Firoi'sox, ) Geo H. Hlatbuauh. Committee. ' Milton . 8tbwaht, ) On motion tho report was adopted : Resolution, by Nelson Ferguson, Rolvtt That a Committee of throe be appoint ed to settle villi the late County Treasurer, and t tint said committee be and sre hersby autbbrlxod If In their judgement It should be necwemtry to procuiv me aiitancu or a competent accountant to ellect such settlement. The resolution was adopted a majority voting therefor and the following committee was appointed by the Chair : Ellas C. Martin, Xclxon Ferguson and Nathaniel Clark. On motion tho Board adjourned until the hour of 7 o'clock to-morrow morning. WEDr.DAT, April 23d, 7 o'clock a. m. Board met pursnant to adjournment, was called to order by the Chairman. Boll called and a full Board present. Minutes of yes terdrty's proceedings read andapproved.' The following report of the County Treas urer read, accepted and ordered spread on the records ; To the Ifonorabft Board of Suptrvioort of Oneroid County, Hit hi pun : ' ' GtsTLiMES ; Herewith I submit ' a brief statement; allowing moneys received and paid during my incumbcr.cy : Ree'd from R. F. Morns.... ana 00 " Co. Clerk, Circuit Court Uses 28 00 " Township Treas'r, Rlrhmor-d. IJZi 71 Taxes paid Co., Tr-as'rdurinff Feb'y. Mar. A to Apr. 13, 1S S.M7 fW " ' CliargM paid on delinq't taxes 27 M " . .Township Treas'r, Osceola... 247 28 " County Poor farm Bond 1,940 00 Total, .$4,317 99 raid ty officer salaries, from Jan. II, to April X-V ln i $840 52 Kunervlsur Fees, from Jan.. 14. to April 2tL ItT.X.... .101 02 Hundry persons wrnnnts, being so . counts audited A allowed by Huper vlsors, and aeeonnt. paid by Trcas'r not Subject to Hoard County Poor Fund (general) Connty Poor Fnml (reserved;..,,.. S71 OS S07 9s 660 MI County roor r arm runa MMI 00 Wt IS NI M f Vmnl y Pnor 1- arm building V und . tlrrnit t'ottn runa.. fedoeni County Bond 2,000 1)0 int... "! on l ennty itontis eon ev " ' Account W lUifbwsys ;,. 57 0 i..ri.inif 'ount 71 M Itihiuond...... II M Board m. Jackson at Detroit Ci) 9 14 Total amount paid rat.. 1 ..$(5,212 27 Total rwreed...: $.SIT 99 Total amount paid out.,...., 0,212 27 Balance on haad. 103 7 J Hertey, April 23d. 1873. . ,. jJ. O. RAYMOND, CVV Trttuurtr. - Tour committee on countv buildings would respectfully submit herewith the report of the County Building Committee, which hav ing examined tether with the vonchers, we recommend tht tho istno to accepted. Wa win also rihmlt 'uerfwlth a stetemfnt of ;) present Indebtedness of tho Counly BuUdio Committee of expenditures required to compiet the Court House for use, and n-rttili raf nrnti-cml an appropriation of One i Tliou.-and Uoilara (I,"H). ler that purj.ote. C. Y. Dcnr.vAflf, Cuas. O. I'llWil 13, Pi" in S. Vny.izt. IIkrmkt, April 22d, 1873. To tho Hoard of Suuervitort of Qtctola Counr The undersigned Connty Building Commit (ee would respectfully submit the following report: Cash received of County Treasurer J air 19, H7s,toBpt.4,m7,liiclile, . l,0Q0M Cash received or D. A. Blodk-ett, Sept. tS, 171, to Nov. SO. M7S, Inclusive, , ItO M $140 00 irt July 19, cash paid Jas. L. Wiley, labor 0, cmU pJd N. Yerko, labor SO cash paid H.D. Proctor, hauling 90 cash paid J 00. Store, labor r 44 w M 00 SO 12 21 00 xu cui pmn Anunr ou, mi dot S cash paid Juo. Kanniag, draft and psciacauena or jail tOcaah paid Ullamy Hudson, II ms 27 cash paid lToctor Yuras, pulling stamp Aug. 1 cash paid Kdgar Karl, labor cah pHld John Storey, dviogteam lOcasb paid John St:v, driv'g team 10 cai-h paid Ei' a Karl, labor 4 .12 cai-h pai-i u. Storey, cartage aec't 12 c paid II. Sheridan. Ulsgrams 00 . 0 25 00 4 as It 43 ft IS 8 70 1 J 2 7 a M 1 64 At II 60 1M 3 50 j ceisiu uniu HjAurnsi viuuuvts lOcasU paid Frslzbt bill . Iw rash paid Krut bill 27 cash paid Dtllauiy lladson, Ume and csiusnt St-pt. 4 cash p'd Srj. Proctor, bUl mason 7 cash paid R. Storey, cartage acc't t cash paid Oso. L. Hildreth, drutt A speciacauona coun uouse iv vy 14 caab paid L. F. bievsus.caruenur A loiner work on jail 200 00 10 cub paid Fdsar Earl, glaxier work ' on Jull f25 23 cash paid J.K.ncartt.billlofull to date for material, Including anve pumps, naiu, iron. sash and doors, glaas.paiat hardware for jail SO rash paid Dclos Earl, palntiog jail 80 cash paid Klucr tlo, bUcluiuitU work Nov. 8 cash paid Willis Richardson, lath Inr jail In part 402 04 1J 40 45 00 10 21 s 87 W 23 cash paid r. M. Hay nus. labor Dec. 24 caU paid W. M. Price, labor 24 caau paia n. erks, toutuug mason Ac. lu part 1100 ma. Fsb. 3 cash paid L. F. Ptevens.ward doors Ac., Jail in part 10 90 Mar. 29 casb paid Frazer A Smith on con- tract, carpoutor J Joinsr work, court house, as per . Sept. 2s, It. to dau inclusive 204 14 Apr. 19 canh paid A. 1UII, labor 75 19 conn paid telegram Aug. IT, "72, otn'd 120 19 cash paid J. K. lU-artt, muUrial for court bous 10 80 Total, f I.M0 00 JOSEril W. A81I. JOSIAH K. HKAlfiT. Balance due On contract, cameutsr and Jolu.r work $1C1 00 ituianco uue i. iv. ucarti . , t f Due Itelluiuy A Cunwoll for II mo 6 00 Duo U. W. llamllu, for building chlmnlss 34 00 Total Indebtedness (lessBlodgcttAWod,) Estimate coot of material requi- to reiKler Court House nt f" " of county officers as foH" : Class W and -."" w. f V? V? iwM.r.h.nnua locks ttJi w Door-handl S'i J.j.uiplsstcrlng 2 coats, hard ralnU" 571 35 Total f 791 24 $1,000 00 On motion the following bills were allowed as follows : II M UiniKlale for book and stationery fur- nisUed to the several couuty olnecrs 41 Oncrola Outline for printing . 69 09 M B Houston shsrid fes in cane of the People lloptn Obearv Anderson I'u I lioun ('rlppl n Krnnkll o-t'ole How. les attrnclauce at Circuit Court notify IngSupsrvlnors Township Clerks, sad aiicnoinjc jmimi uiorieuiucxaniiuaiiouo fore James N Colk-ster . Brice A McClellan blankets for Jail Alex MrFnrUne cmccs a up'l of Poor Hmilb Hawkins " ' " Oliver Stewart constabltt fos M B Houghton 130 cords of wood " " repairing pump handle Linns F Stevenn. labor A material tor jail 1' Ultlnnr A U VV lioodalo, post mortem ekninlnutfon bofors James N C4lestsr, S D 1'nK tom crv l-e an undrr-vltcriff U T Itordiii) wltnesa C'hai. U Kdwnnls, county cauvaisor, 1872 John Kattwood, office clock f 57 15 00 12:1 iw 7S 47 3.1 97 16.1 00 t OU 9 03 25 00 20 OS 00 12 li e 6o 11 73 1". 00 26 KO 4 68 e 12 S4 William c .McMullon. sundry cluims Dr. IHli low to medii al uttendunce on pris oners confined in Mcota county jail v II Heeler, services as eonsiubi KIlKalMth Jounson,suiulry Items for Atklua V B Brnee, circuit court blanks A Cbnpln. couuty canvasser 1872 Petor Hobinsun. wolf bonntv " 00 ,C 11 Fuller, attorney for Stats In cases of the people vs Lewis c uiiDcn u w Total, $900 12 Tresmblo and Resolution by Geo. II. Bus sett, WiiKnEAs It appearing to the Board of Supervl sore by tike re(ort ami statement of the couuty tteasurer that ths finances of the treasury are lu a low condition, uud WiiEiir.A, Tlie dellminvnt taxes returned to the Auditor tleneral for tke year ln"2, will net be paid to the county treasurer uutil lute In tbe lull, and WuKitKA the treasurer Is In need of funds to meet the current vsponses of the county, until Mich time as the said money slmll be returned to the couuty by the State treasurer. Therefore belt - - Uetolltd, by the Board of SiipervlnoM of Osceo la county, Tlmt tin county treasurer be and Is hsreby authorized to negotiate a loan of three thousand dollars on the itond of this county, made payable on the first day f March A. D. 1?4, with Interest not to exceed tea per cent, per annum, kaid ainouut to be placed to the credit of the gen eral fnnil, to defray tho current expenses of tbe county. , Adopted by ayes and nays as follows: Messrs. -BensetV dark of Richmond; Clark of Middle Branch; Mcllwain, Kdwards, Moulton, Slaybaugh, Derevage,- Bennett, Martin,Shadley, Stewart, FergusonAyes 18. Nays 0. AbsentJJohn II. Lanpbcar. By Geo. H. Slaybaugh, Ritolrtdi That tbe connty clerk be and is bere by authorized to purchase a sotllrn-nt quantity of Tiffany's Justice Ouldes, both criminal and civil to supply all the Justices of the several toamsblps of this connty. The resolution was adopted all the mem bcrs voting aye, . By K. V. Martin, ' ttttolted by tbe Board of 8prvtsor, That a committee of one be appointed iocttle the claims of Mecosta connty in relation to the ludian trials with the privilege of procuring tbe sen ices of some Ural geutieman to assist la tbe matter If necessary. The resolution was adopted, and the Chsr appointed Nathaniel Clark, as such commit tee. By Henry A. Clark. Vrlrtt. That the sheriff be sad is bereby an- thorixed to attach a building to the north side of the kitchen of the Jail for summer use, said build- Injr not to exceed lu cost f no. Carried. Hcrfry, April 23d, 1873. Your committee appointed to investigate thocOMtand maintainanca of Mrs. Morris in tbe Insane Aivliim at Kalamazoo, would re- port that they And the sum of $214 08 hart been paid to said mesne asyluni during the yenta 1871 and 1872. Yonr committee wouta recommcna tnai some action bo taken legalizing the payment of the same, and would also recommend that provision by the Hoard at their present ses sion be made to defrsy future expenses of the same nature, The report was accepted and tbe Commit tee discharged. . ., . On motion the Board adjourned until 1 o'clock. ' 1 oVi-onc,', m. - Board met parsuant to adionrnmf nt. J. W. Ash, In tho chair. Roll called, quorum present. By C F. Berevagf," 1 Rftolwt, That the treasurer be authorised to place to thecn-rilt of tbe reserved : poor fund the sum of eighty-one andseventv-nlnebundrrtbsdol hun litrssiHl llusiim of ntielimut rest and aftv.lt.lit and twenty -one hiindreths dollars lo'lhebnlldlng fund said snm of two hundred and forty dollars U-Ing in ine nanus oi tue tajasurer unappropriutea. Adopted. , . , . Bf Geo. II. Slnvhangh. , ', . ' Rtnlrtd. by th flosrdof Supervisors of 0' ccola county. That n Ore prior wife ho pnrchaed tar the protection of the Connty l(mrus and Ihst a commute ot tnrev i appotnteti t makq sum pure lias. The irsolutioo was adopted, all the mem bers voting therefor. And the Cliaiv ap pointed tho following committee: Thos. T. Dclxcll, K. O. Ravmond and E. C. Martin. Hcrsey, April 23d, 1873. Yaur committee wmild respcctrulir submit the following retKrt as appears bv tho book in the hands of the County Superintendents ofth Toor. Aaounlonhnnisn. 14, ; $1,110 N of whlri.hre has been xpsndcdFeb.il, . for payment en noor farm 600 00 Amount paid uf for bnlldlnff fnnd. & Amount Duid out for general fund ,79170 Total amount expended np to dt Leaving a balance on nana or , Of Men lhcr 1 bclerglng to building fund And to th general fuud . $101 4. 4Mf XI Tour Comraittea would rfptctunr re- commend that tlie above report b aecepttii William Bennett, Chas. O. Edwards. Cotntnllte titorje II. BassttT ) 1 lie ftpuft acccitcJ and oiJcred fr rt s l otv'hr Jo-jrtial Jfinltd, By the Board of Snpervl.-ws of Osceola Couuty, That w hen the committee snail nave rv celved and accopled of tns safo, contemplated in the foregoing resolution tbe bonds of the county lull ba executed for the tSrchase money tuere- for made payable en tbe 1st day of April, A. D.' 174. iMtcrest ax iw per cenr.per uuaru. Adopted by Ayea and hays as follow! i A ves Messrs. Clark of Richmond; Clark of Middle Branch; Bassett, Mcllwain, Ed wards, Moulton, Slaybaugh, Derevage, Ben. oett, Martin, Shadley, Stewart, Ferguson. Ayea 10, Naya 0. By Geo. H.81ajbaugh, ' ' Kuohd. That tbe board of countv canvassers be allowed $3 per pay for their services and six cents per mne u coming to ana returning uornu trom said meeting In April, 1TJ. and that the Clerk, be and Is hereby authorized to Issue sub vouchers fortuesame. Adopted, . - - By Ceorge IT. Bassett, , )ijlv4d. That the county clerk, be,' and he' Is hrby authorised to precure tlie publication of tbe ndoBtes of the proceeding of the - Board of Supervisura, at the present se ssion and for I he In sniug year, also tit publication ol the fluanclul Report of tho Connty Treasurer, In the Osceola Outline, at the sawerates, paid last year. Carried. Your committee on Jail would respectful ly submit tho following report. Found . the cells in good condition aa far aa finished. But w would 4-ecommend the building of a summer kitchen on the north side of tho kitchen that Is now occupied. . Oscar F. Mcllwain, . 1 Henry A. Clark, ; , Milton W. Stewart. ; , The report was accepted and ordered spread on tbe journal. Ou motion the Superintendents of ' the Poor wcro authorized to build an addition to the building pn tho l'oor Farm, similar to plan presented.1 (Carried.) . By Geo. U. Slaybaugh, Whbkias, Hon. Kilos O. Itow Representative lu the tat Legislator from this District; has put forth every effort to effect the pannuire or a bill to provide, for tho taxation of Rail ltoad Land, and h Kite as. The citizens of the county appreciate , the valuable servlc so rendered, not oulv lu the passage of said Rail Road Bill; but In all twit ters pertaining tit tho Interest of this Urpru tatlve district. Therefor be it Buohtd, By the Board of 8 upon Ivors of Osceo la couuty, that w hereby tender our sincere thanks to Mr. ltose for his valuable aud appreciat ed services. i , The. Clerk is hereby directed totranomit a certified copy of this resolution to Mr. Rose. The Ayes and Nays were called wit the following resalt : : Ayes Messrs. Nath-"? Clark, Joseph W. Ash, Gcorir Jiainctt, Oscar F. Mcll wain, Ch" -uwarus, ueiaii . Moulton, Coono II. Slaybaugh, Chas. E. Derevage, n illiuin Bennett, Elias C. Martin. David S. Shadier, Milton W. Stewart, Henry A. Clark, John II. Lanphear, Nelson Ferguson. a;3ih( hhi .... On motion John II. Lanphear was excused for the balance of the session. On motion the Board adjourned until the hour of 7 o'clock to-morrow mornins. J. W. Ash, Chairman. . . Tiii'iUDAT, April 24, 1873. The Board met pursuant to adjournment. Mr. Ash in the chair. Roll called, members all present, minutes of yesterday's proceedings read aud approved. By Belah G. Moulton, . ' Jtfolrtd. That the, county treasurer. hi. and la hereby authorized to liar from the (lenaral Kund all legal claim presented from the Insauo Asylum at Kalamazoo. Adopted. ' ' - ' By George II. Bassett, Whkiizas, Hufus F. Morris. late county treasurer i uecema county, naa paid out or the county poor fuud, the amount of $414 OH for the main Islnance of Mrs. Morris In the Insane Asylum at Kalamozuo, Michigan, Therefore be it Rt$Otvd, by the Board of Supervisors ofOsceola county, that the proceeding of said Itufus F. Mor ris, in making- said payments out of ssid feud, be aud Is licrcoy legalized. The resolution was adopted all the mem bers voting therefor. By Nelson Ferguson, Ittolvtd. That the county treasurer, be and Is hereby authorized to Us no Bonds, for the sum of Ons Thousaud Dollars, payable ou the first duy of May, A. u. isiv. Tor to purpose of completing tbe County Court House. The resolution was adopted by Aves and Nays as follows : Aves Messrs. Clark, of Richmond; Clark, of Middle Branch; Dcrcvsge, Bennett, Fer guson, Martin, Slaybaugh, Moulton, Shadley, Stewart, Edwards, Mcllwain, Bassett. AyesI 3. Nays O. By Geo. II. Slaybaugh, Rtsolrtd. That tbeceuutv treasurer b and Is hereby directed to pay over all moneys appropri ated for county building purposes to f liw Build ing committee or their order. Adopted. By Geo. II. Bassett, IlMolwd. That lb couuty treasurer, be and Is hereby authorized to pay to the ord-r of the SUeritf for tbe construction of. a summer kitchen for the Jai Knott exceed in valuc)f h,i1m same to be paid out of the general fuud. Adopted. By Geo.' II. Bassett, ' JitnolDfd. That all account to be audited by tbie Board, the suing year. Is hereby required to be in the poser lou of the clerk ou the Drst day of each session. Adopted. Whereas, Your committee appointed to confer w ith jar. Moan auu his assocint in reference to the purchase of a Safe for this county, finding on due Investigation several ImporUut claims to be provided for during the Coining year, said claims being of a nature closely auoctiug the credit of th coiiutyiBd for the prompt puyment of which provision will bavs to be mads at th next annual meeting of the Board ol Supervisors. Therefore we would respectfully recommend that the further consideration of th matter of the purchase of a sat for th couuty be laid on the table to Deconsiaereu at m future meeting or th Board and your committee would tespectlully ask for a discharge. Thomas T. Delzcll, KG. Raymond, E. C. Martin. The report was accepted and the commit tee discharged. By E. C. Martin, Jiifolvtd. By tbe Board ef SimcTvlrort of Of oeo- la county. That th matlerwt th Dwcha of a safe for the county be laid on the labl until the uciooer session. Adopted. By Nelson Ferguson,. litMlrtd. That the Circuit Court room In the new County Court House be placed in the c bare of the Mkcritf, by Mm to be rented for relieious ex ercises as wall as all secular purpose which do not interfere witu the us or tu same for county purposes. HoUxd, That tlx revenue arising from tho rcntalorsaid room atter defraying all necessary expenses of cleaning lighting, Ac, be paid by tlie Rnenn into ine cvuuiy treasury. Aaopica. By Henry A. Clark, Ituclvtd. Thatth Connfv Clerk.' sheriff and uwmy Treasurer, oe ana in same are iiereoy ap pointed an eiecntive commute to arrauge and curry out dedicatory exercises aud a social gather ing 01 in people omits eon my, npomne comple tion of the new court house, with th power to Select sub-commit tees, aad niajc all necessary arrangement for th same, provided, that the county shall be In no way put to expens la the matter iy said eouiniiiiuf orotnris. Knfoivta, That the room of snid Court noose and grounds slmll bo given to said committee for sftid vxcrciaesand party, provided the same shall not in any way interfere itn the ne or th said oniioiogs tor a icrm 01 vouri or any outer county purpoft. The resolution was adopted, a!I the mem bers voting therefor. On motion th folio wine Supervisors bills for attendance and mileage wero allowed i Haass,. Datsj ij Milcs.' Abovht. Nathaniel Clara 0 M ' n M ' 19 It 10 !W 48 SO It IS . 9 CO 10 44 - ii : 1 M 11 SS 11 SO 10 44 S OS 10 M 10 30 11 40 UU - 11 40 S 01 10 so lies 30 Joseph W. Ab Ucurge II. fiasertl ' ' Oscar F.lkllwata Cnartes o. Edwards pUh 0. Monitors .:; Oeonr II. KUrbh C'barl'S r. ucn-vago Wlllfam BuiH!tt Kllas C. Martin , . David ft. Shadley Milton W. Stewart Henry A. Clark tohn If. LairiAtrar Nchoti Fergnson J . , Total, On notion tho Hoard aionrne4 tine rlit. JOSKPH W. AMI, CVlatrwur. THOS. T. VV.UXI.U Cirri. ' A Hkw rind important ' process of ti lining" by elect icity" ha been brought into succok&t'ul op era'ion in liirmijigham. , U v this process any metal, it npiioars, but zinc, can bo coated wnn a very whito metal, ol groat bnhiancy, u which tin firms tho principal clc Kfrvv Vytian 11. MoU,a clcrg) man of tho church of JvtiMuiid ru cenrly a vicar ot Kaston uear Mid dhbi ronirli wftSeentenccU at the Crown Com t ut Vol k,Kighind,lrtM iiiotitli i'y seven vcai'J Penal tor I vitudo' for fii"gtO ' From the Outlino.' From Baldwin. Baldwis, Miclie Apr. lOtlv, 1873. Kverytliing i6 moving off lively, here. Thoeaw-mill Iiaa been run ulng about four wcekd. The first order filled was t'pubcr tor tho four railroad bridges, about 80,000 feet; lumber measure. . Grading on the F. & P.M. railroad lino is progre?8ing rapidly, and if past tho 6tHtion grounds, which makes Bildvriu begin to look iuoro like bomb. vn ' rwJo are coming iii jnpto fast; also, setUcrs aro' going' on their homesteads. . . "NVlient is looking very ' well in this part of Lako county, and bo gins to tell well for the quality of the boil. ' V. Visit to Chase. On Monday latt wo paid a visit to Chase, the county seat of Lake county. We found a thriving village, of about thirty building?, including a fine saw-m'lt, halt-a. dozen 6torcs'and groceries, two hotels, tannin extract factory, ehop, &c. The town is not yet platted, but will bo in a month or so. Tho railroad is graded through' tho present village site. We called at many of the bni ness places and found aW active and busy. The ChoJ House and M ui ford Hotel entertain travelers in a hearty and cmfoitab1o man. ncr; Baker & Pratt, tho railroad contractors have a supply store for the the hands in their employ; Ilalliday has a good store ; Join er's Mill docs a good business, in in all kinds of lumber, shingles, ifec. " Tho itoard of Supervisors were in seseion, which gave us an op portunity to hear from all parts of the county, and the ironera! re port was, tit' thrift and ' progress. Mud the fact that Lako county is destined fo be one of the rich-' eat counties in tho State. There are now nine regularly organized I townships, which are represented by a lino body of men on the Countv Ioatd. ... Grading on the railr-oafi l'no ' irojrreeSing rapidly, linker cc Vatt ro fishing the work west ward from Chase : and Green Brothers & Mason have more than two-t hird of tho work dno bc- wcen Ili'ed City and Chase. There is little doubt but that the road bed will bo ready for tho rcn by thb first of July next. There aro several very heavy cuts and fills on that part of the line. We found Mr. Gary and. his iveiy party oi snrviyors very buy sotting stakes nnd keeping hings within K-nnds generally. The complete clearing and burn ing of all rubbish alng the route, gives the road line a good appear ance, even botore tho cruditi is lone, a general characteristic of the work of the F. & P, M. Rail- way, as we happen to know; and the traveler's eyes aro not met by huge briish-heaps and unsight ly logs on tho 100-feet margin. We are happy to inform Leq. C. that his (pai" worked admir ably; a9 the Conductor was a Swede and couldn't read English. Hut. the locomotive did the most pofling for tho amount of ipeed of any machine we have traveled with for a l ing time t The distance from Ueed City to Chase, by. tho railroad line, is 7 miles; and nix nit 10$ mile.' trom Ilcrscy. Outline. m Hew Law, Taring Railroad House Bill No. 3G0, To provide for the assessment nnd laxaiioti oi irtiKis Hiivwii as rail mad lands.- Skction 1. The People of the State of Muhtgan enar lhat al lands k no Was railroad lands, situ ated in this btnte, winch may Im vo been heretofore earned or ob'ained by any person, company or corporation,- by ; or for the construction of any railroad ,iu this Sfate.shall bo MNScssed and tax- ...... I ' f.l in tho samo manner inni outer lands nrcauscsscd and taxed. fcKC. 2. AH .lands that.;;may hcreat'tcr be so earned or obtained by any person, company, or cr; tioration. Iv constructing any tail road in this State, shall bo liable to be asaesscd and taxed in the samo manner that 'other lands aro assessed nnd taxed wl.on and as soon ns the cerliticao of the Gov. enor Is executed to iho Secret a ry of tho 1 nt krior, shotting that such pcron, cmpan or corjvration is entitled to receive, patents lor such liids. . ! Skc. 3 To enablo the proper county and township ollhers .to failhfullv cany : oat" tile provisions of this act, it shall bo Ihe duty' f the Auditor General tuitliWitli to obtain from tboiotfico f Jlie Socv rotary, t.f tho Interior at .Wash''tig- ton, a full and.C,'.!,Je'lu- tt'l lands earned by or patented to any and all ra I road ' eompanies, under any law" granting public lands for tho pnrjfO of aiding jn the construe: ion of, toy. railroad in i tit Ktutr. whif h ninv ie liable to uut fsairtLiit and luxation ttUdvMhc -, , . . i i A nrOVIrili'lIK 01 thlt HCI, nilO tOrVMrfl . . .I'm,,,!, liJta'nl' l-ii'lj fii'll.ii U (:j'y Cl U r" IKIUIH TO :iaiiiv trcafurcr tho .rcr county In which tho samo are located, on or before the first dayr of April, in each year; and it shalL bo tho duty of the county trcasu; rer, oh or before the fifteenth d:ty. oi ipru m encu year, 10 lorwary to tho supervisor of each township in his county, a copy of such li V of8nch lands as aro located within their respective townships. Seo. 4. The Auditor Gencrsl shall receive only sncli compens ation for his services as required by section three-'of th's act, ' shall bo necessarv to pay the prep er ofiicer at Vashsngton, making and forwarding tho l',g Hfore8iii J, and tho amount so jid shall bo audited by tho Board 'f State Auditors, and paid totthe Auditor General out of tbe Jres- nrv of'tlifl Rtitf ' Sec. 5. All laws and Mparts of laws in conflict with I ho' provisions ot this act, are hereby rpealod. Sec, C- this act shall take io- mediate effect. - Approved April 19, 1873. Not a singlo author can bo (witnd in'England who willing to .ho come a tenant in tho honseprovid tjfj for tho poor of their fraternity by the efforts of D ckens, Loiaen, Foster and Uulwcr-Lytton. . Lkttkks are pouring bfopn the President, trom all (ltisrters, begging him not to abandon his Indian policy, but, to stand tirui In his resolution to brm, --peace to the border, and protect the In dians from iujustico.' The Pres ident docs not require these pe titions to render him b'rm ; bill, it is encouraging to know th.it the outrage perpetrated ly the Mod ocs has not set nil the people mad. dScU) Sbbcrlisementf . John C. lilcks, . 1 Attorney at Law, Notay Tublic and Cir cuit Court, Commissioner for Lttka county. Baldwin, Mich. 1-1. Bellamy & (arswell, Dealers in Limo and lUr, Toi k and Hams, Brick, Cement, ond gcnetil buiklinj: mater ials, Ilcrscy, Midi. J -Wll Mortgag) Sale. Default havin& been node in the payment of a certain mini of motty, secured to be paid by a certain indenture f Mortgage bearing date the 5th day of Def mber, A. IX 1872, niatle and executed bv , JclTerseev Vfaoner and Minnie C. Tiwr but will. sMChssa Township, Co-'uty of lake and Sute Q Mich igan, of the first part, to Clark and SjnLpstn, of Reed Citv, Countv efQa-- - f V iisj.- .-'-r'ntcond part, which said Mortgage was uajy recorded in the of fice of the Register orwls in and for tbe yimntvof Kkke aad SltJe cJ Mnrwgan, on the 10th day of Deeemlfcr, A. D. 1872, at twelve o clock, M., in lJfVrrti(l or Mort gages on page, 2d and T; on which said Mortgage tivera I ctntiinmrio ba due at the date ef this notice, th wife of Fwsr hundred and h'uI y-seven dollura anl liftr-two cents. ($107.3:) and also Fifty JAl;ir ((50).as an Attorney fee specified in satp Mortgiige to be paid in case proceedings should be taken to foreclose tlie saineand no pracediag5 at law or in equity having been instsuled to recover the said stun so rennining sVnired or any part thereof. Notice is therefore berrby gjreej that by virtue of a po er of sale, in aii.l Mortgage contained and rntHirsuance of tVe statute hi such a case, made-and pnryklcJ, tiieUrMl and premiss dfscribed in said Mortgage, to-wit ; All thnt iii-tjintr-t or freil toTlawd It- intr nmlbdngiii tlie t?otnitv of Iake an l tola of Michigan, ami kfKwn and doiH-riled a follows, to-wtt: A tertum Lot rommenrtug ten (l))rod west if tho north-en! rwner ot Section So. ciglil( 8), ruoning ten (ID) rods south, then eight ) roIs went. Wren ten ( to) rods north, then eight (8) rods cast to tha pliiceof beginning of said Section eight (8), Town, cvent.'cn (17) norlli of Range eleven (IT) wrt, will be sold to tbe highest bidder, at tlie South door of the Court House in the Township of Chase, County of Lake and State of Michigan, on Saturday th IWh day of July, A. It. I87S, at one o'clock p. in., of that day, fld Court House being tiieplncv ol holding the Circuit Crmrt in, and for said County of Lake; to psy the amoimt hte on said Mortgage, and costs, charges and expenses allowed by taw Including said Attorney fee of fifty dollars $50) provided for in said Mortgage, CLARK, fi SIMTSO.V, Mortagacs. W, II. ri.nrn, Attorney for Movtrsgees. Dated, April 14tb, 187. Dissolution Notice. TV cn-psrtiierWp ot Simpson A Co at Reed ("Ify, was ilUohed nv mutual cmiscnt on tha 7th uy or Man n. iS7:i, alt account one m, or vj in Ann art to . lie tiled and paid to, or by K. II. Btnipron. lIlOI- CONOVElt'H Home Writing Lessons. F YOlf Wlfflltoaeijnlre a rapid and eleganf , bandwrltlas; nl home, send for a nckage of , Pi. 11-nne WrUinj L.emms. wfilrii rontaln tho snmo Instruct torts yon ordinar ily pay frnnifitojftWor. Ka-h parkas contains a set of b aiitifnlly written ciples, with full In striictions for lli.-lr ue. niidnlia beantlfal Am: nt enpni vrf pn floiirl-hlnir. TheserorH'-s ar. not enpraved; but written expressly forth" appliraut of l'rof. J. H. ohov-r wImm well-kiKiwn tvpnta- lion thronirhotit thi btt as on of th-most skilful pfiininof the age, Isn siifrh bnit euaran ty that tlvi rtds and Instriirtlipns. will le. first- clas.-.uneoriti-s. p.N'Ka?-. win rMiMiii wty man to any address, on r clpt of Kl r TV t KNTt. Address J. COXOVKR, -19 , . ; . Coldwatur, Mich. Seeds, Plants, Trees, prepaid by Mail. ' My nsw prlr-d dsrrlptlve t'ataloue of Choice riower ana wnrnen vns. sitis in en m r ior i, rhoi.v vnrictlesof I' ni It and Ornain-ntal Tnxw.Khriins. Kvcnm-ena. !. Uranus IJliss; Mmnll Krnlt.. I Ion- and llord-r riant, and Itulb one yarrnfted FVult Troe fiT mallinir; I'rnll tiH-ksof nllkliiiUjII' dx-l'laiil. Act the roost ComiW a.ortnoiit In thn'Hintry. will be s-nt ertis to auv i)liiliraddr.-ss, with P. ti. box. True Cap Vo& Crsuheirry for niilnnd or . Iwlaen. tS n. r HHX): f I -r 100: ptvivild by mall. Trad IJit o dealt?, rii-edf on CtouiaiUsfon. ; Affeatft wanted. R. M. WATSOK, Old Colony. Nurseries and Secl arcliouite, nymoutn, .niu?. r. labUhotl84S.-' - 3-10-22. WAGES' FOR AtL WTO - ARK.WIM.1NI TO WORK. Any person, old or yonnjr. ot nithrr acx. can rrwko froni f Irt hM psrw Kik, ar lieirna day or evinlnj. Wanted by all. Pultable to cither City or ioiiiiirv,aad'rinv stvisoa of the year.. This Is a ron opportunity frthiisr-who are out of work, and nut of nioimv, lo make an tudi'pimdent llvltitf. N'ornpltiil Ih1iii niiitlred. tiur pnnlphlet, "llow to mam it a l.tviKo.'' Klvlna full lusl ructions, -seta on rTlp( of to rent. Address A. Ui atox Co. ,Iiin1suita,UUbf;tCT.-6b... Yi : t v ,A3EiIT3 evcrywhww tt ell our new and novel Kmbroiderlni Ma cbine.Mnd for lllitat rated Cir- rnlnr.tothe AleKee Manurse- nv. SOJ. frond way. New Vu ort. . Tlio 1'iirlor CaiQpunl.n . Fvnry lidf wnnt'enal : t i .-. ;. Every Mnn onght to hare on-!t Pent on ro-. i of ton yenlo. A.ddr,l T, Uvr)a A Oi., I'.'S Seventh Avcnu, New York. DOX-TON FLIRTATION SKiNAI-S, Hon! on nNiflpt of 15 etS. rnle.no rrlstlne sni Publlahlii rtonse, JW Vceey btrcet. New York. 1 ha Ueeknltk 8-M I'ertabls r arnll v Hewlaa Ma- fhUs. aantiPAIA TKUL ; manly adysnraf ovcraM. H.ituurtion K'lirsntiMiti, or fzurcruna H. rV-at toirmlma, wHh full rUroetioa. . b'ck with Sswlnj Mitlitne Co.. Si2 Droadway.N. Y. Till, KI.SUfc IKttH- Al ImpyrUJKt IinHn. It rwtolus tba Bupwre at all tlmw( sad under the hardest excrcis or saverst-t straio It is Trove wlilt comfort, and if kept on ntt$t tnd ' ii v.eff.,' ts a permanent enra la a few wtn. soia iili'Ui, and seut byinsilwhtu rca-tefl, ctrcaisrs f r-e7wliU ordon:il by klter s1t to Tha Elotl6 i 1r'isfO..No.0 P-roadWav. N. Y. Ml. v. Nobody Lui?prrnfTriM;t.i pliiful: tW slip iniM fipiatiy.- , , . - 4 ii . h'ap, aud sent by msilwhtu rca-tetl, rtrcalsra fcoer leather Vane. I LARGE Varkty of Itorscs.Rigles, A rrow s. ' Peers, and Farm Stock Vanes lor Church es, School UiMisea. BarrM. A Atsn P.m. bleiiiatic Signs to suit every trade and pro fession. All Kildcd with fine gold, and will, last One hundred years. No horn is com plete without alianditome Vane they Indi cate which way the-wind Mows and ar very ornamental, and are used all over the Slate. Scud for entaloguea of over 100 styles. Also Boltinjr Cloths, Burr . Mill Stones Eureka Mills. Bird Cages, Cheese safes, Wire Cloth and Wire Goods, manufactured by . T. BARN UK, 118 Woodward Avenue, Detroit. 2-35. TICK'S ' Floral Guide For 1873. Tbe Ocioa Is now puhlUbed Q it arte riv. 15 rents paystor tbe yesr, four nninbers, y. hW h aot half tin tlio ciNf. TIiomo who afterwards send nionay to tbe anioont (A Out Dollar or more fur Seeds may alHiirler Twenty-five rent worth ex tra the rlce piild for tlie Guide. The January Number Is beautiful, giving plan, for ninklng Kural lloines, Ilvslne for Dining Ta ble DecorstltMis, Wludinv (ianii-iis. Ae,, and cun tulntnij ruoss f Inforinntiun Invaltiable to tho flowers. One Hundred nml Fifty inii-s, on Una tinted pM-r.soroe Five Hundred" EiiKravfiin and asnrx-rb fllontl I'luteand Cbroinu Cover. Tliej First Kdltl.Mi ut Two II rxoiuto Tiioi sano us printed In English and 0-rnmn, and ready to send out. JAMES VlfK, Rochester; , N. Y. CLEVELAND, OHIO. The Hest Paint in the World. AnS!tJ froinrireVlitit fV Jtt'Blark. Altwoination of the purest paint with India ItutiW fornilnT unuoit. nUfu-y. Ann, dvrab4 afkuid braiitiiul l'iiit, unsttectrd by rlmiig N TfrcHy ster nKr, and adipt-il?,, t.j.sst-s of work, and is In every wayattr int tor cttiu-r iuhiu. or outside tmintrsi: thnoniiy otli r wltit In the world. Dtvz fruna oiM-tldnl looie-fourth rtu-Niier and lsstiinr at leaitl tltnvi- thrx-s m lon aa the best lead and ollpaiau, It euro Mat owrTnwK Maiik. (aaa imUf e trhi'-h U gitxn atxre U on trtry narkag. rreparsiir-aiiv ror o-sni snia iy in- canon onir, KorsnlesyJ.'K. II1CUTT, Ilerst-v. Mich. Jt-ll I It 11 ATI NTJTVM FLU13 EXTRACT DUOHU. Is tbe) mly Known Remedy for Brichts, DIs- '. en red every rase cf I) is betes fax Ml riv wnico si Km.,. P .-en. Irritation rf the Neck. of the Ndderanil Tnflainmation if the Kidney a. Ulcers. tia f k KMnnnnil Itlndiler. Ketsn tloa of Pine, Diseases of the Trostale Olsnd, Stonel nu Bladder. Gravel, Drick Dnst Deposit, and MittaeM- xi nb nkrhnvn. end for En- foeblodarlnolleate Constitutions of both Pexes, tlendcft rltti thar following" symptoms : Loaa of rowcr-Vm,,, Jjcmory. Blflltulty of Breath l"IWeA eryrs, Wakefnlness, Tain In tho Face, raid Countenance, Lassitude of tha u Ulcerated oiUi hi mi state of the V terns. Leu eorrttea a'hites, Sterility, nnd for all eom- t to tnosex. is leprescnoew p. most eminent rnysiciana ana ru-blod and dcUcata conotia- xesandall ages. S EXTEACT BUOIU. Aridng fp rom Jmvrwftnete- Ion. tie.. In all tbvJr stares. s4 , in i little or no change In diet, nnln rA tin exnosure. Iteanses a fre- uent and rive stretifth to I nnate, tnei irebrrc ni Obstniettons.lYevet tlnaai Corlnrf H Inrf Mctsrecf th jiM..thn t'retha. Allavlna rs Fala andluVimniattwi.snfrennentln thlaelaaeorilis- liMimtnadon.o frenr aaeajsid exselllnirall rolsonoue matter JZISSXTB EXTRACT BTICnXJ. . 1.00k U1b or six bottles for $5 09, darlvwd to asyaidreM, tectire fromobrcrvatlon. Bold by osts-erywtMTe. Prepared by V iCIARMET CO., 1M baaae ftt.N. J. t wdWnta letters Sot laforrnotlon should bo Avlrj Qboeks and I m poster. Be Cuin for Advice and Coasalatlrm. Pr . S. Vmtt. Oraduete Jtfftrton MtdUo CbOt, Iblladeipbla. aethor of several valnable worsm'es Qaconsnited on all disease of th Bexafi eirHokry Orrans. (which he haa aad aa scid etiy) eitier in aiolear female, ao Tuartlr triWhat cause orifrlnatlna; or of fcow long tstsia. A practice of SO year enables him ts trot dlaease with snetes. Cares axar anteai. 'knt reasonable. Those at a ols- ttnea eTvorwrd letter oesrni'ius; wjutywmm ..iia um a neetisv tstaee c- x .ka jiT. llinhh Prlr 10 Centi. Ifljaf Mint to prepay prsn 1.1k l)XyrT, M.D.. Physician asid sHrgeea, fot Oh MDoaaaSt. Mew York. Tl4 If Uratel FaPnolozical Jonnul, VOI.tT IE S'XFT"X'-SI2C1873 aks- Th l uUff Mind X threntral potot around vrhirhly4e"lhe whole cirri, of science. It la ths kf to 'iilversnl knowlrdi, and Arf.Taosr- tag ti ll.''? otn s trnie or mina. 1 hreiolffy ie Dn.is or .wnwi i niiosopny, Hhows doioufiaa rbsractPrsnd capacity are re latd fctbnnhr,"l laws; and how humaulty is normoilMi v.li Olaiitlty. i i . ' . i -Kntw hvsrtr." Miice rtie-OreciSn sfc?s In serlbci iMrtl words. 4 the Temple of liflplit, th'WCt1 hasstmm;b-d toward a solution Of tiieproieof htimnn exlstctire. ThwOrl;nil;Hv. involving ine origin er l.lra, enriiif y llM-iisi'o.d by r.tbtioloclets and 1'hvt.lM.t'if cannot (alt ;ti-Interest the truth- C'ket I bnnfl ff yrliolojv are prorhln-nt fe- tug ine sunji'cis or roui. minn, i nd Functions. fiH l.ll RMaLlnn. ilifion. (linilaal JarlopmAeacc. etc, f9 and Teuip'rameuts. Mpns of t nr rules of OrKftbixatlon consid'P' Ions from life. , . u reiii,nt All thn rains of Pelrnf (Vitd.be applied to prtectlnj ear- nrnvlnir til. Wli ..:'! llapp? ImMsri the result of normal ednrtilon and rlcW mant, ad S lifi-acconUntrto the !' of life. , .... The lfWiiotfoal Jonrnsl for lSTt wilt keep pace l k t man h even la, . Hil-mlflc, fVirul and I'o ilo ,,! Ktk t declaro the good sod true. Trrn -omnir. Mt. f a var. In edvasr. Plnfiei kthe .OrtBts..t'laiw-of leri or mors, lleaihk rnrthe '..' a rpfcnlUoii, cnRO.VO, price ptven to r ery sul r,cr- hreiolOLd sl Journal x: The Mciwf r Ui slib. ii a"l Chromo all for f4.Wi. tmrt hy roH lonnt nl and varnish, d. ready for lrm- iff; Cssh lubn M.l..u eivra. Aonrvss si. n. kk. ' i TA nl jsrkson strr, . 'till, fay where rj saw this. ... I J ..y TraoTie In tbe decline or change of life, art onanrmcnt or lsbor pains, bed-wtt-tng lricbldei,etc. . . In maayiffectiong pemllsr to ladles, the Kx traetParlus nueqnaled by any other remedy As In Cbfcriigortetention, Ineunlarlty, Pain fulness enSpoeeslon of Customary Evacnatlooa pisinis i-en xtennveiw w n 11 kl wive .. tlonsof bdUee XXACZT runt AtoM$ TTtMtaaf butnn little eipofc, ennvetiieiiFi. ej tesVei liires;niV lie KirSriaV KditcsiVif rnynv r aeter. I' with liinf-hell-lneS and Art I solve, airi l rpert. plclnref snd somelWaf Ma the wwVl to sell. Pront s lrf;v-,0"V . 1 ecai. Inr ldlo Jtf&llM?') : ilv in 4 , 1- i IVi'Ui tKo wonilJ, rviiuiilnU)' well.