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SATURDAY. DECEXIBEU 21, 1878.
Official Paper of the County and Village
MICHIGAN Till: BEST.
The advantages this state offers to set
tlers cannot bo kept too prominently
belore the people. Several of the state
papers have been doin good service in
this direction by contrasting the pros
pects afforded the settler in Michigan
with those offered in the western regions.
The railroads having land grants in the
west are untiring in their efforts to keep
thtir lands before the public, and of
course it is to their interest to nresent the
bright side of the picture in every case.
That many have been lured away from
Michigan by the glowing pictures pre
s?ntcd by those who have lands to dis
pose of is well known. It is also wt'l.'
known that many have, to their sorrow.
: proved that the west was not all taat their
fancy pictured, and in many sections of
the state can be found those who, in
duced by the highlyYolored representa
tions of these western lauds, became dis
satisfied with their prospects in this
6tate and disposing of their homesteads,
sought that region, hoping to find, it not
a life of ease, at least a more abundant
reward for the labor expended, but bei.ig
sadly disappointed, have returned to their
first love, s itisfk-d that Michigan offered
superior inducements to settlers over
the much puffed up lands of ihe '.Vest
In thl3 state they find a soil and climate
which U unsurpassed. An ever ready
mirket for all their products, and lor
which thej ran realize the full "price, it
not costing the value of their produce to
carry it to market.
The S.iginaw Courier, in an article
shows from the repots of the Commis
pivuer vi vricumire mar, taking six
-ara together, from 1S71 to 1S7G, the
cash valaa of tho agricultural produe
lions to the acre of luid in Michigan ex
ceeds that of any other sta'e in the West
or South, and in 1S7S the avenge of
twenty-two other sats east of the
Rocky Mountains was ?D 61, while the
average of Michigan w.s $14 64.
This speaks volumes for this state, and
shows that it is the interest of those now
rvsidt nt to remain, an J that it is not only
a good state to remain in.bnt also to come
to. In the upper Ijtf of the Lower Penin
sula there are immense tracts of land
waiting development by settles. A great
portion of those are accessible by rail
roads, and all are within easy reach of a
ready market, and it will be but a few
3 ears before they will be among the
most valuable f n the sta'e. In Cheboy
gan county there arc thousands of acres
of the best of farming lands yet nnoc
ctipied.j i The county is List itnprovi ig.
aud with the prospect of the completion
of the Jackson, Landing & S.iginaw rail
road at an eaily day, tho prospects are
i hese lands will rapidly increase in value.
The local improvements already made,
and others contempl.-tted, and in regard
io Weir eaily completion we think there is
no doubt, bi lags these lands within reach
of the Ch.-boygau m irket, where at pres
ent the home demand far exceeds the
supply, and, in all probabdily, will for
years to come, thus affording a market
where the highest pi ice can be obtained
for all the products that can be raised.
The Upi er Peiiisula is noted for its
mineral wealth. a;id 13 corapan tive!y
yet undeveloped. With a revival of na
tional prosperity will coino increased ac
tivity in that portion of the? tate. creating
adrmand for supplies which naturally
Kl-ould be furnished by our own state.
There Is no portion of the Lower Peninsu
l i wit bin easier access of this mineral re
gior-than Cheboygan county ,so (hat vhen
ihe time comes that the crops raised here
xcceds ti e home dt mmd, that market
is open, to say i.othing of the advantages
of the great natural water highway pass
ing our very doors, affording the cheap
est avenue to reach the markets of the
Eat. To those in other states thinking
of changing their homes, we would saj.
come and sec the advantages off. red in
Cheboygan county a county that is
biuniiiully supplied with Ixaiitiful
lakes and navigalle rivers. A county
that experience has demonstrated to
qual in fertility any other portion of the
tne. Xuw is the time to secure a home
while luid is cheip aud choice of loca
tion c:iu I e hud. It is conceded that
Cheboygan is distincd to be ihe city 1
the upper portion of the louver Penin
sula, and there are yet thousand of acres
to be had within ea-y ie;.ch of this
thriving and growing town.
Tke death of the Princess Alice, ol
England, the Grand Duehes3 of Hesse-
UarmstaUt, is ;in:ioui;ced ly cable dis
patches. The Grand Duc!n s3 is the see
ouu il::iiglit r iiinl thir l child of Queen
Victoria of England, the first child beii.g
Victoria, wife of the Crown Prince ol
Ge:m:u.y, and the second Alb it Ed
ward, the Pih.ce of W.des. The Prin
cess Alice w;:s bom April 2Cth, 1843,
:md m irried Pi ii co Frederick William
Louis of I'esso. on the 1st of July, 1S(2.
Slie is the first .f the children of tie
Queen of England to die, and it is a sing
ular coincidence that her death cccuried
upon the seventeenth minivers try of the
death of her fathi r, Prince Albert. The
attention ol tl-e American public has re
cently b en esrecially call, d to the royal
tact that one of the Queen's daughters is
ihe wife o( il e new Governor General ol
Can ula. who has but U ly come to this
continent; and the sympathy with the
Q'treu in her nfiiictioti will not be liinhed
by boundaiy lines or cl iss di.-tinclious.
The Nationals are becoming more
molest, more considerate toward the Ad
mins: rat ion. Judge Kelly, lately the
wildest among the irredeemable?, says
they do not prop se tt do anything at
present to embarrass Seen tary Sherman
in carrying out the resumption law. But
the National banks arc not to be letdown
It U again asserted that A. Loudon
Snowden, the postmaster at Philadel
phia, has been offered the Directorship
of the United States Mint, but is waiting
till the perscn he desires to be his suc
cessor is selected betorc accepting.
Attorxet General Schooxmakeu,
of New York, declares that the question
raised as to the legality of the next Leg
islatnre in that state will not admit of dis
cussion. The duty of making an ap
portionment was of the same character
ii3 the duty of mnking an appropriation.
The failure of the last Legislature to re
apportion the f tat e was simply a neglect
of duty, and has no bearing on - the leg
islation of the next Legislature.
It is claimed by members of the Com
mittee on the Reorganization of the army
that the repeal of section 1218. Revised
Statutes, which forbid the appointment
in the army of any person who served in
the Confederate cause will not under the
new bill open the door to the appoint
ment of Confederate officers- to any grade
except that of Second Lieutenant, and to
that only through graduation at the mil-
litary academy or by promotion from the
The Ottawa Free Press publishes a
prophecy current in tne Gatencau Dis.
trlet, that a King will sit upon the throne
of Canada before the year 1SS0. This
prophecy is said to have been found hi a
cave, written on a bit of paper, beside a
skeleton, in 1S71. But the present growl
ing and grumbling in the Dominion
against "court orders" and court cere
monies does not indicate a very enthusi
astic reception for a King aud throne in
the near future.
The bid for the payment of invalid
and other pensions for tho next fiscal
year, as it passed the House, aonronri-
ates 29,366,000, being $ 250,000 less than
. ' . . , , lJ,. ,
iuc itiuuuub (.aiiLuaieu, iuu jw jess
than the appropriation for the present
fiscal year. The bill contains a provi
sion that any unexpended balance from
former appropriations may be expended
torsimiliar objects In the present bill.
The bill, as reported, was In precise ac
coidauce with the estimates, but, it
having been found that there was an unex
pended balance, the Committee on Ap
propriations accordingly prepared a sub
slitu'e for that bill, making an apparent
reduction, as above noted.
Mb. Burnside, from the joint select
committee to prepare a plan for the re
organization of the army, submitted a
report, accompanied by a bill and numer
ous documents bearing on the subject.
The bill, entitled, "A bill to reduce and
organize the army of the United States,
and to make rules for its government
and regulation, was pi aeed on the cal
ender, and it was ordered that all the
pape rs be printed. It provides that the
g"neval officers shall be reduced to six,
namely, two Major General and four
Brigadier Generals for permanent or
ganization, instead of eleven, as at pres
ent, the reduction to take place by cas
ualties: that the present organization
shall consist of not more than 23.000 en
listed men, exclusive of signal soldiers.
Washington dispatches state that the
Senate Committee of Elections, to whom
was referred the contest of Mr. Corbin.
Republican, for the ser.t in t'le Sena'e
now held by M. C. Butler, Democrat,
of South Carolina, growing out. of the
election troubles of 1876, and involving
the question as to which of the two
bodies then claiming to bo the Stale Log-
udatirewas the legal legislature, have
made up their report, showing that M.
C. Butler was- never legally elected to
the Senate, whether Corbin was or not;
and that, either is entitled to the seat,
Corbin is, as he was elected by the only
legislature having any good claim to he
considered the ifgal legislature at the
date of the elections; and, therefore, Cor
binTs entitled to the seat. If this report
is sustained by ihe Senate and it is said
to be a very strong one bo:h as to the
law and the facts Butler will lose the
seat and Corbin will gaiu it. The D. m-
oera'.s will, of course, make a determin
ed opposition to this action, which threat
ens to reduce their expected majority
in the next session ol the Senate.
Frascis Murphy, the temperance
apostle, was In Wall street. New York,
one afternoon last week. lis began to
talk temperance to the brokers in the
Stock Exchange, .but Chairman Ives
ruled hira out of order. Subsequently
Murphy was lifted upon a marble slab
covering one of the steam heaters at the
further end of the room, and a gentle
man best known as "Cross-town Cary.
an edd salt, formally introduced him.
w hen cheers, yells and cat -calls grreteJ
the benignly smiling apostle. II!s se
rene countenance and the howling pan
demonium before him were iu marked
contrast. There was no "Dear Brother
ami Sis er Wilson" present to sing the
opening hymn, and n co iv rts to exhib
ir, or '-Dear Brother' to break the ice
wi h pr.iyer. gome of the broken were
for seizing Murphy and rushing him
oyer into a New street beer tunnel, but
hetfr counsel prevailed, and Lawyer
Pitman was allowed to pilot Murphy
Irom the Exchange. The apostle pls.!n-
lv showed that he was convinced that
tho day was lost, and seemed to be com
fmplding in no pensive mood how
much of him would be left if these same
beings, figuratively disguised as wild
beasts, should become literally worthy
of their name And pitch upon him. fSome
broker? argued thai il the npost'e of tem
perance were allowed to lecture, they
would soon have prayer-meetings, negro
mlnistrels and peddlers in the exchange.
A morning paper says Murphy proba
bly found that the bulls and bears do
not reform in his pariicid ir way, 'twould
take the spirit right out of their occupation.
When John Wesl-y died Tthere were
70,000 Methodists It' the world; now
there are 10,000.000 members of that
chuich In the United States, Great Brit
aiu and , the colonies alone. Then there
were S12 ministers; now there are 00,-000.
It is lumored that Governor Hampton
isworse and npt expected to live. His
friends are greatly disturbed. It seems
strai:ge that a man passing tbiougli the
war, and receiving eleven wounds, in
cluding a saber thrust, should finally
be killed bv a mule.
The New York Sun concedes that
Blaine said more in half an hour in his
speech the other day, than many speak
ers would say in six Lours, and ndds:
"He mingled provocation with moder
ation, aud said enough to excite the sus
ceptibilities of the South without start
ling the conservatism of the North."
Virginia his realized h ilf a million
dollars from the Moffet bell-punch in
the first year of its use. Experience has
shown defects in the administration of
the law that will be cured and leaks that
will be stopped, and it is thought the
revenue lor the ensuing year -will be
greater than.it was l ist ye ir.
TUC WIDE WIDE WORLD,
The bull'on in tho Bank . of England
dereased iJ'JU.OUU 1 ist wei-K. lue pro
portion of r.-eeiyc to liability is 'd&
On the Allen Line steamers the berth
pillows are life-preservers, so simple and
perfect in their. construction that they
can he securely attached to the person in
less thau half a minute.
A Japanese steam vessel, Tekishima
Maru, lelt Osaka lor Awa on ti e 28th of
October. A tew hours later some gun
powder in the cargo exploded and every
one on board, 59 souls in all perished.
The Western Union Telegraph c 'in-
! l,:l,,-v' Protit' (or .th, CU 'mM-' ter,
lactudand e-tim ited. are fcl,0l0.0o, in d
a ouarteilv dividend of one-half of one
per cent. Irom net earnings is declared,
payable January 15.
Some resident of Lewiston, Me., has
set afloat a silver dollar with a ten cut
piece riveted to if. For solid soleu n
sarcasm this caps the climax, accordi g
to the Chicago Journal, though others
m iV regard u as a puce of UituaU non
Signor Broccoli ni (Italian for Brook
lyn) is a Broooklyn genth'm.m who is
creating souk' stir in Londoa as a con
cert singer. His real name is John
Clark, ami some years ago he resided in
Detroit, where he was proof-reader on
the Detro't Tribune, and alumoua b.te
When in April 1SG1. a clip n-.mvd
Grant asked Gv. Dennisou, of 0.ii, lor
the captaincy in an OliSo regiment, the
Governor p..id no attention to tiie re
rjuest. When, in 1S69. President Cr.t:t
was asked to give Gov. Dennisou a seat
jn his c ib" net, the President paid no at
teut 0u to the request.
When the Albion college eclectic socie
ty got out of the Marsti ill jail and re
turned to Albion, they were given a
royal recptiou by the citizen and college
sindeiits, an.! even the pieskb-nt ot the
college formally welcomed them home.
The 17 young men are at present the
wild, uncaged lions of Albion.
A Wonderful yet simple cm re is nU to
have been discovered or can .-er, in the
blo&soms of red clover. It is u e 1 as a
lotion, and a quart of the tea made
from the blossoms is claimed to have
completely annihilated a canc r that liad
one-halt consumed the side of the face ol
a lady in Georgia.
A Norwich, Ct.. young lidy knows
how to manage xaattTS. She nvirv d
against her lather's consent, and Ui cut
h; r off in his will without a penny so
long as she remained the wife ot the m: n
he objected to. She Ot a divorce on the
ground of cruelty, cl .lime 1 her mo;e; ,
and then remarried, getting both hus
band and money.
Post & Van Arscials,
Wholesale and retail dealers In
HEAVY AND SHELF
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, PUTTY
TBIiraiTQ AUD MATERIAL
RUBBER AND 11 EM I' PACKING,
iLlsoall kinds of
TIN AND COPPERWAEE
$ .'.Mi- -JV :&i 'JviEf-r
isil' J! "jay. r; - :I-Vy l s wpSi
We have removed
ACROSS TIIE STREET,
Next Door to the IPostoffiee,
Where we will be pleased to meet our friends and patrons. We will keep a com
plete line of
Choicest Grades of Fancy Grocer es
Always on hand, at the lowest Cash Poiccs. We are
Giving Great Bargains in Teas,
Ranging in prices from 23 cents to 70 cents; A handsome chromo
given with every pound of Tea purcnascd in our store.
We have the J. M. Brunswick-Balke, & Co.'s handsome 15 ball
Aug. 31st, 1878.
Cheboygan Burial Case C
The Cheboy:m Burial Case Company is now prepared to fnrn'sh
Cofnns & Undertakers Goods
Of evrry ik'?cr!ptloa, We I avc
COSSETS AND COFFINS,
Covered with Cloth. Hack or white. We also 111! o ers for the x-'e r..t'l
Fiui&heJ in any style at i)rics as bw theyean be purchased outside.
NOT BE UNDERSOLD,
We devote our entire attention io the
In the h.test and best sty'es, attend Funerals when desired, and
Turriisli Cavriacres at Low I?ates.
tSCail and See U:
; IMm wpp
&Send for Illustrated Circular and Prices. Liberal Terms to tne Trade.-
Don't buy until you havo seen the lightest running machine in
the World, the Ever Reliable "VICTOR."
VICTOR SEVVIfJG MACHINE COMPANY,
BXIT5Il-ETOT2r, COX and Jfos. 130 and 201 WabasU Av" CHICAGO, XXX.
, Theuroat celcttity ofur TTAGI TO-
B.VCKO have cause mnr.y imitation" tn icof o
be pliiced on the market, we therefore caution ah
cheworc rignin. t j.urchasinif urh iinmitatiora.
- All lea!i r Vaying or se lina oilier pine totac-
co bca'riti' hard or mctalic lahel, rcmtiT tliem
3 selves liahlo to the p-n lty of the law, an J all
j persons violating e;ir trajjjmarke nre punihahle
2s y fine anl fmr.riitfv.ment. SKI3 ACT OF
i ( 'i vi i. tv,ts7o.
The cennineLO KILL VU1 TIN TAG TO-
UACCOcnbc.liMin uistK'db.v j TIN T -g
on each lump with the word LOIUI.LAIID
a stamt td theri-on.
Over7.08H tons tois.eeo stdl in 1ST7, and
g nearly 3.000 peroon v.npUyI 1-' fsu-tori a.
TnxvP'd ;ov-rninent in 1877 aSont f3,
e 50,000 and Uurini: past 13 years ever 20,
o Theurt gnods are ld by all olbers at minn-
facturerb rates. 43-3m
Miss Libbie Walton,
Wishes to announce that die will open, tho sceond
terra of her
In the building opposite the rostefflce,
On Monday, December OiA, 1S73. .
For particulars enquire of Mis Walton, on the
Cbeboyaran, Auj.25, 1STS. 6tf
our stock of
'mits and Vegetables
Kept constantly on hand.
In our Sample Kooms.
O. A. GALLAGHER,
Successor to Ga lagher & McDona-d.
hnrinoss in all its Lnnuhes, furnish
Ollicc an 1 S:i!esroo:n in thf. Ilowrll Iilfck. Main St.?1
C11EUOYGAN BURIAL CAE CO SI PAX V.
5Jiif!FLIF!E0 i & HAlHTAlHEi
IsijroYsmssls Ssplsmlssr, 1878!
IT.iv-' rcwl fp tLa demana of ta'3
,IKs Vim EEVEEXL
Nclwiihstanclias lio VTCTOR hus long been
tho peer cf try nacLine in tho market a fact
gnppcrtcd ty a hctt of volunteer witnesses re
jiosr confidently claim fcr it greater
Kimnlicitv. a, vrondcrfiil redaction of
tSKrfe friction, and altogether a Rare Com-
llnailoncf Desirable QualUies. For Bale
ty Herchanta toid others, j ;
TTAVING engage! the ?emces. of aflrst-
We arp prspare-l to ill all Vinds.'of work in tha
Lubei ing Sleighs, &c.
. And Hevy Foging.
Shop on Slam streer. mtjoimng Blake's ma
chiiieshop. t3AH VSnd? of farm pro Jucc taken in ex
change for wo- k. 1-tl
O. S. CLARK", L. KUDDOCK.
1878. 187 8.
The fast sailinj; Steam Yacht,
J. X. HI LEY, Master.
Is now making regular trip between
Cheboygan, Mackinaw &,FoInt St. Ignace
Will make clofe ronnrrtion at Mackinaw whb L e
Superior fc''t4nmpr. The "arv can x charter d
duriiifthc season lorcieu sion and flhintrpartiis.
Take this opportunity of
calling the attention of their
attractive novelties suitable
for CHRISTMAS and NEW
X. 1J. We hav-j the largest stock of
the cuiiitry. ... .
THE HOWELL BLOCK
A VOOEHFUL DISCOVERY!
a ssoaDauES musr op rsizoLsin.-
Ths only Article that mil Restore
Hair on Bald Heads.
WHAT THE WORLD HAS BEEH
VJANTIM3 FOR CENTURIES.
The greatest discovery of oar dar. so far as a
large portion of humanity Is conceded. Is Car
liOLi.NE, an article prepared from Tetroleum, and
which effects a complete and radical cure in case
of baldness, or where the hair, owing to diseases of
the scalp, has become thin and tends to fall out.
It is also a speedy restorative, and, while its use
secures a luxuriant growth of hair, it also brings
back the natural color, and gives the most com
plete satisfaction in the using. The falling out of
the balr, the accumulations of dandruff, and the
premature change in color, are all evidences of a
diseased condition of the scalp and the glands
which nourish the hair. To arrest these causes
the article used must possess medical 3 we'.l as
chemical virtues, and the change must begin under
the scalp to be of permanent and lasting benefit.
Such an article is Caebolise, and like many
other wonderful discoveries it Is found to consist
of elements almost In their natural state, retro
leum oil is the article which is made to work such
extraordinary results; but it is after it has been
chemically treated and completely deodorized that
It is in proper condition for the toilet. It was In
far-off Russia that the effect of petroleum upon the
hair was first observed, a Government oSlcer hav
ing noticed that a partially bald-headed servant
of his, when trimming the lamps, had a habit of
wiping his oil-besmeared hands in his scanty
locks, and the result was in a few mouths a much
finer head of black, glossy hair than he ever bad
before. The oil was tried on horses and cattle that
had lost their hair from the cattle plague, and the
results were as rapid as they were marvelous. The
manes and even the tails of horses, which had fal
len out, were completely restored in a few weeks.
These experiments were heralded to the world,
but the knowledge was practically useless to the
prematurely bald and gray, as no one in civilized
society could tolerate the use of refined petroleum
as a dressing for the hair. But the skill of one of
our own chemists has overcome the difllcuUyvand,
by a process known only to himself, he has, after
very elaborate and costly experiments, succeeded
In deodorizing petroleum, which renders It sus
ceptible of beiup: handled as daintily as the famous
tan de tolognt. The experiments made with the
deodorized liquid on the human hair were at
tended with the most astonishing results. A few
applications where the hair was thin and falling
gave remarkable tone and vigor to the scalp and
hair. Every particle of dandruff disappears on
the first or second dressing, and the liquid, so
searching in Its nature, seems to penetrate to the
roots at once and set np a radical change from the
start. It is well known that the most beautiful
colors are made from petroleum, and by some mys
terious operation of nature the use of this article
gradually lmpart3 a beautiful light-brown color
to the hair, which, by continued use, deepens to a
black. The color remains permanent for an In
definite length of time, and the change Is so grad
ual that the most intimate friends can scarcely
detect its progress. In a word, it is the most won
derful discovery of the age, and well calculated
to make the prematurely bald and gray rejoice.
We advise onr readers to give it a trial, feeling
satisfied' at one application will convince them
of Its wonderful effects. Pittsburg Commertial qf
October 22, 1S77.
The article is telling Its own story In the band
of thousands who are using it with most gratify
ing aud encouraging results:
Mr. Gcstayus F. Hall, of the Oates Opera
Troupe writes: "After six weeks' use am con
vinced, as are also my comrades, that your Car
boline has and is producing a wonderful growth
of haLawhere 1 had none for years."
JT. McClarrax, Sixth Avenue rharmacy.
Pittsburg, Fa., says: "The pnod effects from the
use of C'aiibolin k are brought to my not ice every
day to such an extent as to justify me in recom
mending it to my most intimate friends."
Ortn??S1! IME Give the utmost satisfaction
as a Hair Renewer.
Has a magical effect on gray
Is free from irritating and poi
Is the natural nourishment for
Has been indorsed by the high
est medical authority.
Gives weak and sickly hair the
gloss and vigor of youth.
Restores faded or gray hair to
its natural color.
Is not a dye restores the hair
Cures ail Diseases of the
Keeps the hair moist and the
Makes the hair look natural
Delightful, fragrant, and sure
all the time.
Is now presented to the public without fear ol
contradiction a the best Kestorative and Ileault.
Her of the Hair the world has ever produced.
Prlee OXK DOLLAR per bottle.
bold by all DruxsUts.
KENNEDY & CO., PITTSBURG, PA.,
Bole Agents for the United States, the Canada.
. and Great Britain,
T lOK AND JOB FKIN'TIX OF KVERY
JjTHde'cripttrn. send your orders to the
VmibKBH I'kibpnk Cne'viVK&n, Mtoli.. an
aeeni flilea at K,b-eofo prut.
to the new and
Jewelry ever brought to this section o-
1st r TAXt: V CAiiUSwith name. 10c. rl.in ,
U cold, ISO stylcn.AKeuts outfit Hie Hull A, t-.n.
I : i.lmn,; V.
'f ULKIS v ANT tlTcrthvTfiTTnTlHTte7j
tH rel.ircrii'toiialJtonksarcl HIll-. l'ri re-
diccd3ptrci.t. Aalioi al rub;i.h:ng to, thi-
AGENTS ! mU THIS !
eiAillpav SlOO er Month ai d Kxotnses
Mill oiirXew and Wonderru. Inver.Ujna. Addi
hujiijA Co.. Marshall. MUl).
AHEAD ALL TtifcTlME.
Tlievcry I et oods lrecl
from the in pn t-i t half the
us l tost Bjt-t pan cvel o '-
urea io club Ami t and b r e
o iyct A'l cxprf s clianrc- ) niu. Mw te w
five. The ;rc at American Tea Co., I o o
4 S'i. 31 r.d :VKKV tT, N K V AM.
Awarded kihcl prize ct tVnieiima! 1'.xp:tion for
tit dinting quaht'e aud ercrlLtHce and In iip ehar
rrtrr of twteUning 'and fluronng. The l-t lol-acrij
rrr made. As our bine strip tntdv-niiirfc i closely
imitated on infrrii.r pood. " that Jaetmn't Ect is
onerery J-lug. Hold br lldf;ilT. -nd foraaipl
ie, to C. A. Jackoi Co., JIfrs, J etf rsturg, Va.
WANTED A GOOD Ml.V FOt EVEI.'Y
M:i i n. I TVrr liirt in i,a Ti.i..n .!- ..I
ary pa d. Call or address La Celle Maiitg Co.. W3
(J a k ft, t;ineiito
'WiiFaucu Ww 8. Txtr in
Laths. Jit clonics Tor
V2r?Tv E gravtn Tools.
vOHN W ILKINO.Y.77 S'nte, ct"
l .i noil's lu.iruiic 'ill .ku n w i vh
D oKi, :iiid wiil c ni;ili-n-iy cbMijti- Hie bio- d in t.m
e- liiesy H-m in li.ri-i ii:ki iln. Ary e Mn l t
will tkeliiea It n'v'r.t iomi 1 to 32 week may
be re toivd tOfO md In-aah. if micIi a tbitijf be tu-n
cii-e. rfcht by in::i lo. 8 ielUr tlaiLd. J 8
JOUN;OX S CO., .i jjjr.MB.
1a WEAK BACK
Esau's Cipchs Pcrcns Il&stsr 1
rinsa t'e'e is one which really n irc xtr:i':i
ary merit. ISy ciitifiiitiu nb e phy ni;.i'i-
i jiiurtiwn lo-a u,yru Una I l ll.e hIm ve
s inn?. It i fa eup -.i " to ilio rdiiia y yoriir
la (or. all tl-e S'w.-a'led t tr.-e'.ric a; plian ei-, at d
11 external oine lie W.I..U wr. il eonit iim n
ire y new e'eni nt win. e c us it to i.ev; I n:n
i onee, Ktri'iitli n ai,d i , e w here ;tiier p'ts'n
k i I f.ot even ir-U'Vi! r'o. liineiii Mi a- i 1-
iwso'the baeS, (iifcfid Ki!i.ejH, ung a d
1111 'l CWU.tU l , f I.JIIlllli.tlMll. .,i;!e;!l tl Co d
'". e Ad :-e:i:n and a lte:il aeiit-s im n;.i:
1 1 niinpiy the bent reniv dy ever deviuu .. fco i
i. ail Diuidis.
Tlic Pest Tonic miters Ever Invented.
WBi tot apH-tite in nil in itc f a t'foenw, but i-im-plyautvi
eiice thai dim asi exifta in Hie cyxem,
uh.ch nut t be ciited bet- re tlie pa' en' can expTS
to relifh' wj. t U eaten, or to leee.ve nt y benefit
from th-- ood takiti mti. the tcmne)i. 1 l.e tjiiiiiiiiu
Toi.ie PJv er will lectrre the natuial ntyeutc by
c rinif t enistnm', not simply eicilinx th- s oinacli
by Kliini'lai t:i- cewint uj t-tlt-c of wl.ich is to
add the cau-c from which a distale for f-od at ore
but ni iking a pe-fect cu e.
Indi;eplion DyepepMa, Jinl iek-lletdacbe
Thene iiiteusi-s nr mure p- cvaletit than a' y oth rs:
tiie.v prevail vvr wi ere, at;o In tl.if country aie ail
but Miiivi-ral. A m dieine th it c-.n be reiied upon
a a p rin-nncnt eurc fr them, is the Qnii irie Torio
llitttrs. T ey c m be taken w f Iioiii nnj deleterious
effects upou the oyMein, and will lcaw the patient
wi'.b.ill the exuberant fcriii its or restored iiealtb.
'I he Quinine Tonia Hi! U rn l-ave been remarkably
BuccifMnl in n-oto ii.g tLe dUtns-ed und djrpeptio
io p'-rieei lilU'ill.
They keep he llea'ihv well, and core the 'icV.
No onee ernwd them that i'id pmiw them The
w II impiove the appc Ife. faeilitatc digestion, g;ve
tohe lo th. n(rous system, and vi or to the diges
tive lgans; tin ruby imparting health and ftrenkth
There is n-.i r- inedy fo good for languor and debpi
ty. They art the k H urumatic tonic and Btoinacblo
Fr Ladies in de'ieate hen th, t ersor s of nedentry
habi n, and in a'l rnpen where tie-,yth-iven rtiro
nl .nt is n quired, the bitters wi!i I e found ii.va u.
The ruritty of Ut'ir CcntfOn'tion Krrrr Variet
PRICE 1 PER BOTTLE.
For ea'e by F If It a yp. W: LLT KB 4 CO, Do
troit. Mich., and medieiie doa er general!;. 13
JNKW STOCK OF
BOOTS & SHOES
People's Shoe Store.
J. M. ZORN, Prop'r.
A large aaw. tment of new goods for
FALL AND WINTER WEAR,
Jast received. Now U your time to bny-
Bocts, Shoes & Gaiters,
My lnsr expcrlnee in the 'bnslness enblc me
toknowjiiHt what the people want, and
I buy nothing else.
Our Custom Department.
I will make all kinds of work to order, and
guarantee satisfaction every time.
Repairing Done on Short Notice