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Green Dell, Lake Co., llich. X'orm a P p Regular Agent! and Correspo4cnU :- D. A. LiTiiRor, Chase; Jon Gaici, Ells worth; J. a IltCKaBaiawlu. Ocu locttl column does not pre sent as pood Vhow ot itctui, thU week, as it will next. Nkw Time Card ou llio O. K. & 1. 11. It. Refer to the figures in another column.. From the Outline. Lekk are sprouting. Look out for strong sjmptom in the butter and milk department. M. L. .Towjujknd U engraving imps of Farwell . and Horsey, which will bo soon ready for dis tribution, i Tue firm of Simpson fc Co., Reed City, has been dissolved by iniituaUjconacnt, It. B, Simpson will settle all accounts,- Wood fc Watsom hayo ttieir boilers and engine on the ground; the lrame of tlie miU is all up; the roof will , bo; on by SatnnUy.. Tiiic'. stu'nip-ptiUer ' bits been moved to thoioith sido o tho Horsey, nndjs now.at work upon tho lots and. streets in that quar ter. x bU,' It woe fin UU Jots, stumped, for tho first j b. D. E. Spring, formerly of Her- -. I. .. T 1 1 . f ...wn rlnvntitntl Ten ii.; mi'tdl lisU xiopy ht tliV Ocoee Jieguter to convince us that they, have a newspaper, iuh tint it is a place '"of progress and enterprise. f The dJUlgett null, at tins place, i again running under tho super vision of those tirst,class pawyers, Messrs. Proc'or and Wilder, imtl they are a imking tho old tiirberd shako to the tnno of about 15.000 a day. Thk Evart people abounded tho worthy Land Commissioner of tho F. '&.l M. Road yesterday, b asking tk' forty acres ot land for ccincterry purposes. "We had no idea that Evart was so un healthy as that! Oh the Clam river, the drive is 'hung up," nearly a bad ns it wns last year Mt this time. Rain is very much ncexlcd to raise tho warer to the deairo i level. Log on tho lu.iin river arc . coming on lively. . . . . Vain heftvy fr&ta have ocenr red m arly every night dnriiig the i-it-H two week, and a few warm days. It is becoming very dry, and the Htreuts acro'nH dusty min July. Good vrartn rains .would d ) a ijrcat deal of f !. . . P. S. The rain is already spoil in J? that ite;ii. Ouk trctruti has joined . the UiMe Society, and lie expects to receive a Hi hie every year lor the balanco of hU itnttirul lifer We don t want to discurae hun; but nvo knew h fellow onco, who j 'incd tdo M. S.,aud the fiint book he drew he presuutcd to his c,iil, she recorded it with a gracious mule, whic quickly cliangvd to crimson Ecorn, when she lifted the cover and fouml that it was really a BiMe, and not u fancy ' book -shaped toilet-hox. t Tiie next Bihle that 301ms man drew, ho sent it to the Modoc' Indians,' to nso tho leaves for kindling fires under iiusfioiieries and peace commissioners. Ho thinks his gifts now aro properly apprecia ted. B. Wait and Son t.f the Mich ifan mhbermdn - published "nt Muekegon hy Wait &Juds n,woro here, last Monday, l.mking. after J he interests of their valuable journal, .obtaining statistics, and ucquitintitig thcmselvce with the situation of lumbering nfTnhs on tlio Mnkegoii. The Lumberman has been in cxistchco now about two months, and already tins a very -wide and rapidly increasing circulrtion. It is printed in mag Hzino form, ftomaihint 'like 'the JAmcrtmrLi GazctU - of. Ray . -lV - . m Uity. Air. wail" uniorms' iii that the otlico in Muskegon ! is to be fitted with, new jwcr presses, new type, and. all tho ', paraplier- iwilia of a lint .rate r raiblishing from the Tig Rapids rioneef.. . ' ' l Tine Muskegon and Big Rapid Kailrond has not yet readied this City.. ' Vo,nr.deruhnd tnc com nntiv aro wiiting for- iron. , A now Manufacturing Company lias beta organized iri tins' City. The natne of tho is coinpanybtnn son & Clark; Manufacturing Com ;tnv. " : ll 14 for Iho l)Ull00 'f Manufacturing all kind of building material and trimiuiiij:?, that, are .f wimmI. sls9 planing, mitlehlng, ro awmg mid t-cron suwing. j res hlent Th"S . 0. - Slun-on;, Vice Ii c M-nt Claik, Treasurer; r. J, Lititnerj Secretary,-J. .1. y, vfr . - f . ... ., From the Outline. ;, Reel City, G, U. Gilbert , has opened a news room, and confectionery store, in 1ont' old stand. Ho intends to keep sttftionory .canned fruit,notioiis,S:c. Tho conccru.will bo mostly under' tho management of Emerson W. Trout, P.'M who has tho post ollico in tho same . room, Emerson iu forms us that the buiness is opening up lively. The post office has been rcfited and greatly improved, by putting in ICS boxos and 30 lock drawers, all got up in fine style, cquel to nnj citi arrangement. The postmaster is bound to make the office 011 ornament to tho town, nod has worked it into a money order office ot tho second class. The printers aro hard at work on tho now papor, and it is expec ted to issue tho first unmber in a week or so. The enterprise seeing to meet with much favor, and every business man is giving his share of advertising patronage, in j order to sustain tho home paper. 1 Judge White has wi ittcn Messrs. Burch and Beardeloy, that ho will hold a term ot the Circuit Court, tor this county on the last Wednesday in May, (28th) as ap pointed by Judge Uiddings. - . General Moses B. IIocquton has been spending a day in De troit. He brought us two new citiznes-at least, they will bo6iich when thetr tenii in the House of Correction is at tin end. Gen eral Houghton was Colonel of the new Third Michigan Infantry and served in it and tho old Kurd xroin the beginning till the close of the war. Ho was breveted Brigadier General , while in Texas, lie removed utter tho war closed from Saranac to Horsey, and is now the nhcriff ot Osceola coun ty. Ddro it Union. Last Saturday three or four propellers parsed up tho Lake for tho St rait j, to maku an effort to break the ice in that locality. A tittle too early for tho business. Alpena Argus. Bukiku Music In tho early part of January last it was de cided that a number of instru ments belonging to our city Cor nel Baud needed repairing, ad Mr. Buh, tho leader, instructed the bass drum blower to box them up and send them to Chicago. The favorite lounging place of the Baud member was at that time the Furniture store of Wells & Balbirnie, and whilo hanging around thero Mbass drum'' discov ered a box that would suit his purpose for packing tho instru ments, a box that had originally enclosed a burial-caso for a child; In it tho instruments were accor dingly sent, but by somo mistake in the direction, it was detained at the express offico until the agent thought something inside ot it 'vmeJIed bad," and he had it carted away to the' vault in the city cemetery, ihero it rem uned until about a week ago when tho search. for it was tnado by Mr. Bush. On Mohdav night tho band ' waked' tho recovered body until twelve o'clock.-JlwtZ'jtik Chron ical. . The Hcrsey Tin Shop is in full blast for Job Work and ilearttis selling Detroit and Albany Cooking Stoves, at pri ces ueryliig competition or cither ltccd City, Evart or Big Rapids. The new Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine with the improv ed feed, is now offered to the pub ic, which, whilo it has all those qualities that made the old style machine Company build up their reputation, it has 111 ad dition an entire New Feed, which overcomes completely any and all possible features that were objec tionable in the old ttyle teed. Oll'uri'ig tins machine as wo do, wo feel condJent that we have the most pcife-ct sewing machine that the best mechanical talent of tliM countiy or Europe can devise; and tho terms upon which we sell are' such that 110 family need bo without tho host nr.d most com plete family sowing machine ever made. Our No.0, or Manufacturing Machine, is a rotary lock stitch sowing machine, especially adap ted to thti manufacture t.f heavy cloihitig, boots and sices, harness, carriage trimmingi,&c., fcc. It comb ifes with tho 'excellent qualities of the family Machine, many novel feutures, which render it fat superior to all others for eeneri thHinifiicturiiig ipurnoj-ef. JjT"For particulars as to styles ot machines and prices, and appln cations for ngeneies, address. A. II. WEST, , 139 WimmI ward Avo., . ,Y A.; ' . 'Uktkoit, Mich, j An eminent English oculist not long em co was called in to see curious case, or rathcr patients for (herd aero' two oftheur. They Were two grizzly beats at tho 'Zoo,' and he was akcd a a favor to operate upon them for cataract. Chloroform was administered, and iho opeiationa ' were fncccsdul, but unluckily one of tho ptitients recovered from tho an&sthoftia loo quickly, and considerably mauled his keeper.' Some lime after wards tbp sair.u oculist was akod to operate oq one t-f tho tigers, Biit ho "rf'Spcc! fully declined the propwaj.' saying that ho mn)t draw tho lino soine'wl.trc, and ho drew it at g't.zly benr?. x. . , ... . .... From the Outltno. On Monday wo ran 'down to Big Xlapids. Tho place is actual ly growing out of its boots. A new improvement meets tho cyo at every corner; and tho people all feel it; too. Thoy will heartily grasp a fellow's hand "How aro yof'and .then straighten up with a grand flourish, ai if. con scious of big hoarts, big bands,Ug business, and . Big Iiupids. At tho Magnet office wo found repre sentative Rose, reposing comfort ably after Iiia tirst legislative cam paign, in which be has- acquitted himself with ability and compara7 tlve success, llo has the neatest printing offico in Northern Michi gan. At tho Pioneer office wo found Charlie Gay; genial as over, and bravely keeping up his double round of duties, of County Clerk and Editor. Ho is resting a little after a long term of Circuit Court. He expects to have n new offico building by next fall. C. C. Ful- ler showed us the plans for a largo and handsome brick block, the ground for which has just boen broken. it will be on the coruor where tho Pioneer offico has here tofore stood. It will front 50 feet west and 125 feet north. Tho glass tdono of the building will cost thousands of dollars. It will have a splendid opera ball ; ic which, also, tho courts aro to bo held, Tho Pioneer offico will oc cupy a largo portion of tlie second story. It will bo the finest block north of Grand Rapid?. We called at CrawfordV, Vandcrs'.uis, Sterns', Perry's, WilcoxHowigs, Hutchinson's, and Other prominent business and professional firms, and found all busy and in a fair way to accomplish their quota of tho almighty dollars that are re puted to be in active circulation up hero in tho pine woods. The Courier, Uml tho following under its heading ot bagin&w Uity: "A case of sharp prac tico occur red lately in this city, which should not bo permitted to sink into oblivion lor want ot some 0110 to chronicle the facts of tho case. It 'appears that two of our citizens. the use of whose names may be forgiven, seeing that'the caso is to bo placed In litigation Mr. C. L. Benjamin and Michael Kund i n:er had bad considerable trade with each other when ICundinger offered to jump accounts with Benjamin. This was agreed to, and Benjamin on looking up tho family acount found that ICunding er, who is a butcher, had got the sturt of him somo fifteen or twe'u ty dollars. Ho was determined to get the advantage some way. Lately Kundinger presented him a nvtu of $90, against a party who was worthless, . asking him what he would givo him for it. Benjamin at onco offered $50, provided Kut'dinger would write his name across the back of it. This the latter party at onco agreed to do, when Benjamin paid the money over and went out and told the noto with tho endorse ment of Kundinger for almost its full value. The noto was 60011 presented to tho honest German, who stood astonished at tho tact of having been caught in his own trap. There was sonic tall swear ingjin German and the matter bus gone into law as the endorser swears ho will not pay tho note which by his endorsement has become virtually his. E. Butterick it Co.V Patterns. E, Butterick & Co. the we'l known Fashion Publishers and Manufac turers of reliable patterns', have adopted a system 'and perfected a plan for tho cutting and titling of their patterns, which insures a a perfect success in every instacne. Each pattern is cut exactly as the garment should be, a'lowanco for scams being jnade in tho pat terns. A full description of the manner in which the garment should he made, the kind of material needed, number oi'ynrds required, stylo and kind of trim mings, and number of buttons (if any required), etc., etc., is printed upon each pattern. Almost every lady is ro laiciliar with tho But terick Putrerns, that thoy need no puffing by us. Catalogues containing illustrations of all styles of garments for ladies and chil dren mailed freo upon applica tion to tis, or any of our agents. Patterns sent by mail prepaid upon of price A reliable Agent wanted in every town' in this Stato and Northern Indiana. . : A. II. WEST, , 139 WoodwarJ Avo., . Detroit, Micu. TonACCo beggars have a hard time of it at present. Under the new law no man daro givo away a chew "without a . license," Saginaw JUpuUican. . Change of mail. On and oTter today (Tuesday) tho mail will leave lionzonin - Tuesday " and Thursday for Manistee, and leavt Manhteo from Benzonia Wcdnes day and , Fridays-Bcniii Co. Journal . 1 , ; ... rr The coroner's jury toinqniro in to tho cause of tho death of Herb, the man hurt in the water street fight last week, yesterday vm. eluded tho examination of wit. ncs8e9.and: returned a verdict. The jury found that the deroaed came to his death by congestion of the brain, cansed bv a blow from an iron in the hainlsof Onrar Christen tho ICtli uL'u4t Saginaw L'nterprist. TIib Insanity of Cain. The following are tho closing paragraphs of a remarkable arti cle in Sciuneu's tor May, 011 "The Insanity of" Cain:'' In judging of Cain, look at the situation. On tho nno hand, a terrible family mystery, . no schools, no lectures, no society, no amusements, no apples! On the other hand, the whole burden of humanity borne for tho first time; paternal discipline; undue phreno logical developments; monotonous employment; antediluvian mon sters; antediluvian parent, and an antediluvian good brother, in whoso mouth butter would have remained intact for ages. Undoubtedly that brother bad an exasperating smile, lie was happy becanso ho. was virtuou. He had away of forgiving and for getting that for a timo would de prive the offender of reason itself; abovo olli He had a cool, collected manner of his own, added to a chronic desire to 'be ati angel. His offerings always fulfilled tho conditions. His fires needed only to be light, and the smoko was snro to ' ascend with a satisfied, confident curl far into theky. . v Cain's.on the contrary, resfuscd, to burn. We can see it all; Tho smoke.strugglcd and flopped. . It crept along the ground' and, cling ing to his feet, wound about biin like a serpent. ' It grow black and angry ,shot sideways foto his eyes, ,. blinding and 'strangling him .And there 6tood Abel beside his pile, radiant, satisfied, wan ting to bo an angel! , It was but tho work of a mo ment. The pent up, disorganizing influences of a life-time found vent in one wild moment ot emotional insanity. Abel was no more! Why dwell upon the tragedy?. The world is familiar with its sickening details. Wc shall not repeat them hriro, nor shall we question the justice of tho . pun ishment taht c.nne to Cain, the remorse, tho desolation, tho sense t boSug a. fugitive .and a -vagabond on tho faco of the earth.' Ho had killed his brother, and tho penalty must bo raid. Sane or ius me, a terrible retribution must have overtaken him. But how about his guilt? Would it have been tho same in either case? Aro hereditary organism, temperamental excitability, cmo tional pbrcn8y not tobo considered? No, a thousand times no! What "competent juror" , would ac quiesce in such a proposition! Friends, iho time has conic when this case must be tkaen up. Its mighty isitucs can 110 longer be sot aside, If Cain was not suno at tho moment of the killing, the stain of murder bo wiped from his brow now and forever. This tardy justice may at least be done him. Our children and our chil dren's children must bo taught to speak of Cain the man-slaughterer; Cain the mentally-excitable; Cam tho peculiarly circumstan ced. But Cain tho murderer? Novel! A man's own testimony shall not convict , or acquit him. But are we not to take into acconnt,as indicative of his elate of mind, actions and declarations with the commission of tho crimo alleged against him? If at or about the time of t he fatal deed, there was p'-sitive cvidenco of incoherenco whnt then? witness tho last recor ded words of Cai: . Every one that ViNDErn' .me SHALL SLAY Mk! . Is ih;8 tho utterance of n sane mJndJ Ji't'f one that findeth mc.tdiaU hliiy me? Gentlemen! Cain, nt thin point, was not on'y crazy-ho was tho ctuz'!et man j IIIMV W I VI J t A'DlVUl A 1 V V'I'JIIK..., lunatic, however preposterous his terrors, expects to be killed more than ofi co. But to this poor crea ture retribution suddenly assumed a hydra-headed form. His dis tracted brain, unconscious that Adam was the only other man in the wide woild, instantly created an immonse population. He saw himself falling again and again by tho strokes of successive assassins, even ns Abel had fallen under his hand. His firtt dazed glimpse oi death expanded and" intensified 'nto n horror, never. linco concei ved by mind of man. His hap piness overthrown; his reason a wreck:' a prey to fears that strcttb beforohim forever, with no possible hope of final destrue tion, the only consolation is that ho could not foteknmv tho merciless verdict of potteiity. He dd not rocognize in himself Tho FlrRt Murderer Itdher than dream of such ignominy, as this, was it not belter that he should cry In his raving: Eveiy one that find eth ino shall slay mel We leave the nuestson to the intelligence and tho justice of this faithful and enlivened century. It i rorf,r,t'd l',af Iho drive on north branch of the Oaf a river, i nl ready below Can Uity, and that a chnr sweep has bocu mtdo ofal! logtiu that itrcun. Au Ausclote or Tliiers. . Apropos of M. Thiers, a very amusing story is going thy rounds of Paris now, said to hnvo been told of himself by the President at one of his late receptions. M. Thiers was. walking one morning lately alono in tho new camp which ho has established noar Vcrsaillea at Villoncuve 1 Etang. He saw a soldier stationed on guard and at the momont vigorous ly engaged 111 eating bread and chceso. "Good morning, mod garcon,"' said M. theirs. 'Good morning, mapctitQjilh" (my little old woman), replied the soldier. "Eh bien! You don't get tired, do you, of your camp life?" : "That depends on the hour. At present not.' I am off duty, and a meeting my bread and cheese,as you see." 'And tho camp broad, it's good, isn't it? I find it far suporior to tliaf thoy gave us before." "TienslHo yon cat it? What are you, then! Are you an oil mer chant or a hospital nurse?" Better than that," replied M. Thiers. "Jiah! Then you'ro a second lieutenant J' "'Better than' that." i 'Captain?" , "Better than that." "General" "Better than that; Pin the Pres. jdent of the Republic." . "You ore Thiers! Sacrelleul Then quick, hold my bread and cheese so 1 can prcsont arms to yox" Paris Cor. iV7. Y. World. . "The Treasury Department has information of the following stato of affairs on the Texan borders. Oh or about tho 25th of March an American rauchcro, living near Fort Quitman, was brutally mur dered by Mexicans, his bxly . thrown intotheJlioGrande and his animals, horses and mules driven into Mexico by his murderers. Immediate pursuit was started by a party of citizens, and the'Mcx icans were overtaken ; a fight en sued, in which the pursuing party was defeated andjrotnrned to Fort Quitman, with -nt having accom plished tho recovery of tho ani mals or tho arrest of tho murder ers. - -In Arizona and Now Mexico, Cochiso nominally at pcaco with the United Stntes,continucs in the practice of his favorite pastime, and occasionally roasts- a ' white man, mcroly as a matter of amnso meut. In Mexico matters aro in a state of coufusion quite beyond ttfo compass of an ordinary mind. Thee arc wan r.nd rumors of war in Sonora and Siualoa. In Chihuahua several brisinc&s houses have beerv closed by officers of the General Government, .and their property confiscated and ap propriated by the State on accuont of duties alleged to be duo on in troduction of merchandise, and which duties are leviod in com pliance with authority granted by the late President Juarez. The author of the official communica tion to the Secretary of the Treasu ry, says : "Where all this will finally end is a question of importance and interest. Its immediate reeulto are being daily demonstrated by a gradual decreaso of business af fairs of every description. Disre gard shown to laws and legal au thorities, frequent violation ot tho extradition treaty on tho part of Mexico, coupled with refusal or inability, probably the latter, to enfoico her own laws and control her own people,has crippled Ameri can interest to an incredible degree. Tho porpofual turmoil and strife across the border, in. addition to Indian depredations, is fast 'de populating this section. Since my arrival at this placo (Paso Del Norte), about two years ago, thero )ias been a decrease of at least ten per cent, in tho white Population, and it is st.IL growing e nu'''i wim a view m jirj viu.-Mf f;i-rr M'cnriiv LrfT liio hikI i- 4 ty frm t'tTju IM of el !in u and ftJhfcr lv diar... , ' nffj,;,,,, J;;tri6t of Tub.. P. 1 will dwindle in to n'jtliin7,p. nnd bC"ne an expen tr tr.t t!io General Oovei ineni. ' Tr tc lir- ntteinpl fit an ffti(Monl orar,..li.)t, r ,,0 t,, Catholic U now nil. ., ,n M, ,nft(0 At an asMMiihle iitjl itlma boon re aolvMl to rv,CP;., ti the cU-ctin ot a HUh'.p f.f CVl.Hrno in tho oar ly part ff dnVie : i iu-; i 'uini. Aeaya:l,Tiio pit'cmin( y-nj itif. nee lilQ whito race inani clearly ti-htetl 11. an nt.,lU mpornaily "of the diapl y ot rVnitrtlity mado hv tality the IiniH iho puny the JjnnifiafMAl4 i tU,it mca i at trr.ia n list i over Modocs. What is tlv a41.,ki.1.iil.,ii L3 o! 11)0 of two or threo iiit., U nl,.nrvd with the dtlihfratc hr,hj(,t aivu uf liumlrinl ii IxnA n, t uprated in theilifp&tte UK)tn iwHUnal" rA0KKB-TliO following 1 ; a I st .e , 0 StlpCl- visor uivcrgi. in m if .ui, I; co county at ihe recti t flcctrV,,, . amvfen, i. y Caldwill ; Ktader, D. K-jctlor pioneer, 13, C. Hutmell; Kifvifiiilev j. Cliat flf M; Clam Union, jt Nnel. Grand Trav:m M. jfW" - O- HATC HERSEY, MICH. . . DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Groceries. , I lure a choice lot of Frosh TEAS L COFFEES, all ofwhtcli I am Belling at the LOW' EST POSSIBLE PRICE. X fiuo lot of CANNED FRUIT, which I will warrant Frcah and Good, Also doalcr in PERKK1S HID IIOOSE IIOII-EIPH IMP, .... Aro adopted to Hand, Stand or Chandelier. - ' No om J'ot one . OF TIIEIIIAS OF THKM HAS EVES .EXPLODED, EVER .EXPLODED, over 800,000 over 300,000 SOLD. SOLD. With this Lamp and one of tho SAFETY FILLING CANS.ln uae, you aro perfectly safe n using Keroicuo Oil. Tcrkins & Ilousa Noa-Explosivo Lamps are niado.of METAL. Sar yoar lives, by using this Lamp, Save your houses from burning. Save your fumily from burning to death. rJavo your money by getting a durable . Oil Saving Lamp. ' Save your eyes by having a betUr light. O-AJCjXj .A.T ONCE .AJLTiD SEE TECIEIMI. Ilewey, March 13,1873. 3-11. . W. O. HATCH CT. DEI.. jEEE Jj DEALER IX mi JUL. raps, Wood and Iron Tumps, ron, Vutty and Bird Seed, olli r.Usa and Mon-sticks. -d.e , Mattocks Si Snp-rans, J. ope, Cliain & Cow Dells,' mcrr and Sand Manufacturer of Tin, Copper, Sheet Iron Ware, Etc. Sign of the Tadlock, Main Street. 8-11. HEESEY. "THE STJjIISE. The attention and patronsgc of the public is renpectfully- solicited to one of the mo?t complete stocks of . DRY GOODS & GROCERIES EVER BROUGHT TO THE VILLAGE OF EVART. FTJIjIj assoetment .A. OOODS, GROCERIES, , READY-MADE CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, CROCKERY &s GLASSWARE. AUo Hardware, Patent Medicine, lWk VLur, Feed, VaU, dr dc Not below cost but at lowest remunerative prices for cuh. Erart Mich., March 11, 1S73. S-ll MARK ARDR The Cheapest nud bcstFIre Do partmcnt in tho World. OYER 12,00 ACTUAL FIRES PIT OUT WITH IT AXD MOUKTI1AK $10,000,000.00 Worth of Property saved from tho flames. TUB JABOOCJ .Towns that have bought them fay 15 Ex tinguishers nake a tire department as efllcl cut and moro avuiluble than a steam ensine- Babccck Self Acting Ti ) Ssino FOB MILLS, UTY, TOWS . . 1 Ii." I. fK. It Uslwavsirnily toH- . . mlh. "'i i l mow toonor lintitcli bit t i atwl tiir-.Mn puvi rfnk ' lrpm ofwdfr . f Ti.-.t: ti lt!i rurbcr'.L arM Cn foi any !c' i.'V Hlni'.. , . It dlfpcnx i" C'.imj! iniirhincryj flw 0tttt pnnlw. r"fcl n hii. tion n-f. Vmtnnnc nt tn ilijih V wotklutf Mid clluqiillinjr (tcvi.t. Z t'r. ral-rd no (Itv jl no kin Ut:rt tn Ii t no Iwrsre (tiniTniiy t b inufrrrt. l'hH thn mvc1ih a Mllirtins; ksv.. tpkfitf rb. Jrtnrtr tlnte. ami ona r''Zrr run tr-ci nrjt-fl the thcr M v.tMWinr. It p ivce frm rtivtrneJHto iy rw.ni Ih- flfhrJi" xpnTit: It wuMliw. Inl iloepnot del. nt. U 1 in dnllv m In :hleii!ii. finclnnntl. l r.!'...MWI. rli'llnilflpliU mimI ollirr l lr l fMtrtments cnl for Uielr record. Oood Acut wantc.1. 2. T. BARNUM, Gon'l Agent, IIS Woortrtsrtl Ave. DM roll.. Mmiii torturer of Iron. Tonnrr sml TImm r Win t'l-Hli, IMilns C'loUi, Miirr Mill 8tooc, Rmom V IT Bint I Will". VOJiin-r t-miu-r nm:. Wire Counter lulling, Wlro Fencing and Orna mental Wire Work. S.li. PSTTENaiLL & CO., Advert'uirg Agents, kc Office at Xo. 37 Park Row, New York. TIIE TIDE Scrkerii for new hortea aro pouring Into Southwefl MiHuouri, atraetcd by the cheap Lan.is of th Atlantic ltctJlcICatl road Conipttnff, This Compant offer 1,200,000 acre of the finest lauds in Iheworid, at liom to $l 2 jcr aerc, on seven jlars' I'ine, and with free tranportatton to ar.purehasers. Tliis Hoad, Never blockaded by ShW, I dttlnel to hermo tlx nstional hiahway between New York and Nan 1 t'ltnclHCo: and to thindmtrlons. fann ers of older States we r anWly . recomiol( this land of cheap homes, iro that nhcr can the poor man find a inV (rtoful cli. mate, a belter soil, or great c w-o'duetivercs. Fr full Information. r.'nU V in,j 'Mm. phlcls, adilrcss! f.on, Tt cx.'hnd Commis sioner, 'ii Souf., fourth Fticct,t. Louis. : : u . triiat Xfitt TlieriranTenliyMiMn !W cr nis a vear, with a'V i-pl-'tid $1 (i hrom, frea. Hpecline,tts. r, Mra clnh! Rh.rt rmt H Itlf . Jon Z tl MM. Iuilihcr. thlesR'. ... . cJs . -Hi, Wm EXTlXGUISIIEll -A- JrC 'JL' rJ07 fj ash, snd Doors, octlior with Faintfl, ilrt, Piirits Turpentine, etc., and cry ComplcU assortment, verytliing of Hardware, Tsper. -tock at Low Trices. 77 0 K U t m r. w si- r -TO s M 0 9 fici Q in to 500,000 Sntanta Wantei. The nct volume of U ribncr'n Monthly will prevent a more brilliant array uf contributors a wider and more thorough riiiuUKsioti of the topics treated. In its Kditorial Depart incntn, liner ilhutiMtions, snd more uniformly .'good printing titan any which has proceeded The Lict of Contributor just published con tains nearly one hundred of the brightest names known to our literature. Among the features of special interest will be Da. Holland's Si'lendid Skhi ai., u Artiicr IJosxicastlr." ' A STORY OF AMFUIfAH tlPR. Also a scries of hiilliuntly Illustrated Ppor, by Kdward Kin, under the title of- ; "TIIK tSREAT SOUTU.,,1 which will lr alone worth tlio ;,.CJj flf Monthly. ThTrc will he alao,' ..tciiainirc la-jK-rs "About Authors, the.4. Friend Uhlms, and ays." I'a.cr c , ..T,e Decoration of American Homes kctchev, with 1'or Z U ,,f UV? Writers.' ; Also The Uest bl t HtorirV hv Ihe beet of lit. Ins tory . uors. Trc will be 1 Vscriptive Art cl., Tale ofi ravel and Adventure, the cb.vcat IVir, the nost Brilliant Es.4.ns, hditorla's( itoviews, and Art Critijjwes, lie; pni tm'.rtt relating tohonc and Societr, an'J Fcicnce, afivl Cultore snd Tigress, Amusing snd It.teifeting Etchings," e., kc. j.n sontinsr nearly 'J00O pa?rf 0l xvf clMdccst illustrated literature hy tlio bcU .writers In th l!itp,1iih lanK'iaf.o." S-Tlbnr' ftmiih'y has obtained some thing raoj than national recognition. An rmlnent English author, In a note to lha piiMbhcrs, snys; 'R te -4nefnparahly bdfrr th in any Mi?uMin I hov rm$ Toa." It claims to l v fnrtmttt ilagtiUnt of it cm iix IS wwrW." ' iliteri.tlon Trice $1.00 a year, psmhle h advance. November snd December Numbers teat rRK to sll uhcr!bm for H73. CO.) C! 1 Croadi a;, N. V. 0 g s L J 5 r r. 1 & f 111 r, M Uraud Itapids utid Iiiduua, Ciiicimiati, Elclijnjiitl k lVrl Wayne Kail Roaif, ' GOING SiOHTll. Jso. l. , ;'o. ;. 1 !:, iu. H:I7 . .. p. m. ; um V. UU Xo. 5. p. 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CtraUfnl TUoimanfls proclaim Yinboah Bitters the most wonderful Invlgor&ut that ever tuatiUnM thn elnktnic KVHtem. II. II. ?IelKMALU A CO. PrngglM and Gen. Agw., Han Francisco, Cal., 1 h oor. of WaahUixton and Charlton Pt., K.Y. BOLD BV ALU DIU'UGIST ti DEALERS. mpnovED - Aw prcptrwl from Ttoota, Barku and llortiw. Viw by all physician whenever a tonic mcdtrlne tw re OjjIrfjmnoJDpj-pjjt Complaint. T.o oj Appctlt. Qnrii DfMVi Vievvt and Ajio, snd UlHon.-i t Yvver. T h c; wo tipon the Mvcr snd nigittvo Qrnnw, p ,mr ton and strength to thn whole- syMcm. lp WHH clowf aw an alteratlvo ; tn largef dose nf t M cathsr tc. They are the hit vnwcr M for ln,nP rnf(.r Ing from Loss of Appotlt i,tnn n thw linrt Ilendsph, or Oeniwnl IV HrpBHon all(1 for an d. rsnes pecnllsr to f-maPtl whenever thoy cnic t ettihltsnt. . t""d everywhere 4 ' ' . VECCTAULC CatliarticFills! Ths befit T.trer Till winn. Are w nro preveriHvl W Fever snd A?m, Tiikw tlio pills to get an f-3 Hon of the T.iver; thru ne Wrlth'w Improvec Ptomnrh Ttlllcrs to tono rp llio System. The; 1'nrify the HIod by acting upon tiio I.lvoi Stomneh. upsreonted, snd eolil everyo here WEBB'S T , vr.curAnLi: Condition. Powders 1 Aro conceded bf"ll TTorsomen srd ?toek Kiilsew to he lh hrt t torse snd futile Powder I sue. Ii all casrs ff fotik;h, Colls, Kmiffl'of's of llslr TleMnes of the Hktn or 1ll!c Hoimd, Worms am ellow Water, tf given tn ttme, incomplete mn til he eflt'eu-d. Wn aavs rr-eomnunKlatlons frosi some of Hie Het Itotsemea and Htoek It-ilers h? tiie eonftr'; whej flwify keep a snpplywy Ihnr ardnsr tt fir tsHrlbiTwemndt'sttln wltenneetle tV lit ny Jn Lsepa lted Ppers and soM s.l difftWrslp Vedlclne, st tlrent, or f ve for ( At w hrWaKi by C. Z. WEDD URO.,DrufU lr prUlos, J,ikort, JllvU, ' No. . No.-1. Kslamassoo, D. 4:('0 p.m.' 6:0 a. m. Montcith, 4:12 8:45 Allegan, 6:27 :35 Holland, tl:f4 11-04 lirand Haven, 7:58 12:10 p. in Muhkcgon, 8:41 12:55 GOING MOUTH. No. S. No. 4. Muskegon, 7;00a. m. 2:0Up. in (rand Haven, 7:41 HMO Holland, . 8:41 4:.)C, Allegan, 9:MJ 6:44 Monteitls 10;,'iS (i:18 Kulamaaoo, A. 11:12 7:UU MRS iTOMACHBITTERS