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SATURDAY", JANUARY 4, 1S79. Official Paper of the County and Village TBI DUT2 TO GOCRAL WILLIAMS XsVSaturday uiht a public meeting was held at Detroit to still further honor the memory of the late General AInheus S. Williams. The meeting was presided over by Mayor Langdon, who, upon tak--ing the chair, thanked the mcetins: for I he honor, and paid a glowing tiibute to the memory of the deceased. The committee appointed at a preyious meet ing to dralt resolutions reported the fol lowing : From the roll of the distinguished ser vant! of the Republic, t'eitth has removed nnothrr iiobhvnmie. - At the nation's capital, lit "the performance of the hon orable trusts impoecl upon 1dm, sur roirided by sorrowing friends and admirer?, Oem -Alpheu.s S. Williams pissed from earth to meet his reward. Theevefitrlthough irdt uidookcd for, was a shock not only to his constituency, but also to the state and nation in whose councils he occupied - prominent and honored place. - Standing at the portals t hiS'toiul his fellow citizens of Detroit, irrespective of party, speaking for them-M'lvt-8 and the entire constituency of the First district of Michigan, have deemed it titling to gather in public and make record of their great esteem for the de ceased and publicly express thMr appre ciation of his great services,' and his eminent worth as a citizen, soldier and stateman. As a citizen. Gen. Williams' career was marked by uprightness. genial intercourse and warm friiudstdps. Oil all questions of public interest his views vre wise inspiring; his purposes lofty and his instincts honest, lie was from the peouJ, warmly sympathized with them in all their aims and aspiration, and possessed the f-culty of impressing them with the conviction of his deep interest and earnest efforts in their behalf. In the course of 40 years residence in this community, so much was known of him In this regard that even thoe who are frugal in praising their adversary will quickly vindicate him againstany charge of dishonesty or duplicity in his dealings with his teliow rnn. T ' As a soldier, his c.rvr-r has brcome history. From Ver i Crcz to Lookout Mountain he stands out the brave. skUl fiit nnd patriotic commander, on account ol whoe achievement the country has already claimed him as its own. ' A beautiful typ-of the American soldier ;tnd the hero ol two wurs. Gen. Williams h;is gone down to his grave honored and revered, and his dath is universally re garded a national lo;s. . As a stale-man, his nv.tto was "integ rity and independence;' that m inly In- h penderce which neither "leurs the ex aulted nor favors the 1 vly. - lie was never a demagogue. His opinions on all great questions wen; formed after thoughtful consideration, and he was as conscientious in framing his convictions as he wst firm and honest in expressing Uiem. In the di-ch irgo of his public duties lie was proinpr, t:iithful and Diine ttcd. Whether as a Judicial ollicer, a diplom it or a representative h ahva'S 'commanded ntinuion, ;;nd won esteem. 'In llie course of his service no odor of corruption ever taiu ed his garments. - Oar .distitigui-hed fellow-citizen has la-sed from tne ir.ds and vex -tionsol .ihis sphij-r; :ind as we recall his long, t-ful and honorable record. vt c.iiu.ol lad to bear testimony to inany virtues; to honor his memory"; to command his manly courage. Meiling integrity, ability -mid stead last lie.-; to join in the univers al demi-si ration ol mourning occasioned by his death, and to contribute our 'sharu to the measure of praise that due hi great iiiiiue. The report of the committee was 4m:inimou?ly adopted. A letter was read from John S. X. w berry, the stiece;stul competitor of the deceased Congressman at the late elec tion, in whica Mr. Newberry spoke in very feeling t i ins and paid a high trib ute Ui the deceased. Several of the lead ing citizens of Detroit, irrespective of parly, took part in the meeting, all of whom were highly eulogistic of the de parted soldier and statesman. Ex-Mayor Whcilou suggested that a momim-nt be erected by the citizens ol Detroit, and upon his muj:'i'i a or'IeaJing "CtrtZclis was appointed to take charge ol the matter. The Tost and Tribune sajs: It is bcli ved that now when the sub ject is fresh in the public mind and I eart, if the project is imt forward with vigor there nil! be no difHcuby in raiding $10, 000, which will proem e an appropriate military equestrian statue to be placed on the Campu.N Martins I i some con spicuous public spot. The committee will proceed with the work without de- J-r: Prksidest IIavks, in :i!i Interview with the Washington correspondent of the Chicago Inter-Ocean, referring lo i he contemplated assault of the Green bacfcersaYid Democrats upon the nation al banks, s dd he did noi believe thst it w ould be suecesslul. All uu?t acknov 1 edge that they were necessary to a c n ilition of higli ci ilization. While our banking system had its defects, what system did u6t. Sitppose we sweep it away.and substitute state banks chartered hy fhli ty-eigbt ddk-rcnt Legislatures of ' thir(y-m: 'different states. Would that "buan iinproveuiei't upon our present 'uniform national system? In many of the ctr.tes would not the lobby dictate to Tie:iT:k"s'throngU the Legislatures. In votae states ill ere is "const an tly'a public complaint aUoitt -wesk I'iisl itu-e Xei1ilure3 eaVily Influenced by tfigu- ing men, and these bodies are constant fy chanj-ing their political complexions. :ire coi.statitly shifting from one party' to another, from one inlltwnce to another, iMid ltivaa not reasonable, under these, condili'jiis, to expect a fcc: ter system of banking than we have 'now. General Sherman has received the reply of General Sheridan to t-crerary Schurz's letter demanding authority for Sheridan's statements about the misman agement of the Indian bueaii. The re ply is said to be quite as sharp as the letter of inquiry, and refers to enclosures, consisting tf reports" from army officers stationed at or hear Uic Indian agencies. The letter will be furnished for publica tion as soon as a copy can bj mHTeT" and h-rwarded to Secretary Schurz" by the ; ccretary of War. EDITORIAL NOTES. - .Before gold fell to par orders nt the TrcasitrXpepartmcn: for standard slver averaged 'about $10,000 daily. The oilier .day orders for $30,000 were receiv ed in one mail. Senator Blaine, as a portion of his reply to the request for specific allega tions of fraud In the South Carolina elec tion, will present flies of the Charleston News ' and ' Courier, . and other papers glorying in the frauds committed. The Assistant Treasurers of the United States have been instructed to make no distincfiorf bet'vVen coin and'legal ten ders after Ihe 1st of January. Checks were issued for the payment of interest on the 4 per cent, coiu, due that day. The committee of the Senate appoint ed under the Blaine resolutions has ad journed until the reassembling of Con gress, when the Senate will be asked to authorize the use of of the investigating fund, now declared unavailable by Ihe treasury officers. Gex. Sherman sent copies of the army reorganization biil to different army efB cers for their comments, and is begin Ing to receive replies, which arc gener ally favorable. The latest received are from Generals Upton. Hancock and Schofield, all of whom speak favorably of most features of theplan. The contest for the position of super vising architect has narrowed down to Myeis, of Detroit, and Boynton, of Chi cago, with every prospect in favor of the former. The friends who are working for Myers claim to have secured the sup port of the entire Michigan, Indiana, Iowa and Wisconsin delegations in Cou grcs, also part of Ihe Illinois delegation, SecretartJEvakts has decreed and the President and Cabinet seem inclined to obey that women hereafter to state dhlhers cHn"notvg"5;'th'atthey take up too much room at the table, and crowd out many Congressmen who won't get a chance if the" women are'allbwe'd to at tetid. Hereafter all 'official dinners will be of the 'stg" order, and the Congress siofral ladies rebel. " The Great Council of Geneva, Switz crland.jhas decided in favor of the Ainer c'an prkiple of the complete separation of church and state, and has appointed a committee to draft a plan for such separ ation, to be laid before the -'federal gov ernment. This is a step in advance which must sooner or later "be'foirowed''" by "all the governments of Europe. Its logical sequence is the establishment of free secular education, which will not be long in following. Officers of the line in the regular army have ccmj laiufs to make against dlsciiminatlons'Tn favor of staff officers, and have embodied these in a memorial to Congresstr 'Among the points mide are the following: Staff officers are more rapidly promoted; they have more com forts and conveniences; they have more control of the money appropriated and provide first for themselves; they so manage as to keep power in their own hands. The memorial calls for a general reform, placing line officers on an equal ity with staff officers, and correcting abuses in the staff department; Rev. Henry Ward Beeciier, in the course ol bis sermon last Sunday, refer red to the policy of the United States to ward the Indians. ilc'sn'id thaf 'to Them v,e send the gospel, withtthem we make treaties, stnu then in our dealings with them violate every principle of the gos pel. The nation iiad'shown itself utterly unable to take care ct the Indians, but nad given tbem" oVeflo the ' bttmmcrs'1 of civilzation, who provoke quarrels with them, when the nation starts out aruoJ b.uxtsto 'destroy the Indians. At the judgment da' no nation will st-'iid marc infamous for sitrocities, injustice, bloodshed and cruelty unprovoked, than the proud, l.berty-Ioving Uni'ed States of America. The Mex!co Two Hep utiles says on the question of railroads : "It is a con viction upon the minds of all intelligent men. lucid as the noomlayj light, that Mexico must have railroads or she is lost. Tne'Mexican people have not the capital, nor the experience for bu!Id!Dg tht in, Consequently she must look abroad for this great factor of her future pros perity and salvation. It is useless to dis guise the fact that neither capital nor railroad builders can be induced to come from Kurope." Jfo person or company in any of the nations of that contiifent has matie an offer to this end. Therefore, it is to the United Sla'tes w here Mexico has to look. The capital aud builders for her Tnilroads must come from that country.' " When ite army reorganization bill comes up for consideration, there will be sirbmittcd an amendment calling lor the organization id a national militia, lo take the pl.'cc of the state militia in its pres ent imperfect discipline. The proposi tion comes from the. South, and it is said to have been suirirested by the ex-Con federate General Bradley T. Johnson The scheme is to provide for the orgsiui- zation anil equipment of a inilitia "force of r.000 men from each Congressional District, who shall be . constituted into hrig"ad.s, divisions, and corps, accord ing to States. For instance, in Ohio, there are twenty Congressional districts, and the etate'militia would be "composed of twenty" regiments, five bri gades,"anione division of 20,000 men; the regimental organization to bo made by the regiment?; the brigade organlza tion by the Governor, and the division organization by the President from' the regular army. Each man enlisted to serve five years, and be Subject to parade duty at the orders 'of '.thV division, bri gadc, regimental and company comman dors; the enlisted men to receive $1 per uny ior tne jiuie bpeut.iu uriu aim mini encampment. an- It is stated that ninety per cent of the colored men of St. Louis will e'""tdisi qualified from serving on juries" through adecision that, under the general 'laSV ' of Missouri, jurors must be able lo read, A more important question is, bow many white MissouriahsVilfbe disquali fied by the same decision" " t " ' The United States having paid the fisheries award serenely contemplate the quarrel now in progress as to Its divi sion. Newfoundland wants the lion's share and New Brunswick and Nova Sco tii wants the balance. This is one scheme for ilvlsion, but the Dominion Government wants the whole of the amount, and the home government claims a share, and wouldn't hesitate to take all. In the United States the fund collected for the support of the public schools is at the rate of $2.02 for each inhabitant; that for the support of the army is at the i ate of $1.39 lor each inhabitant. In European countries the figures stand in in this way: Prussia, 51 cents for schools and $2.20 for the army; Austria, 34 cent! and$l.S9; France 29 cents and $4.50; Italy, 13 cents and $1.57; England and Wales, 6G ce'ntsand $5.86; Switzer land, 83 cents and $1. . THE WIDE WIDE WORLD, An immense crop of ice is being gath ered at St. Louis, Jlo. Something un usual, "-"-'. ?' -c The Nile last year forgot to overflow, and as a consequence the harvest of Egypt is short. The captain and officers of the steam ship Pommerania have been acqutted. The inquiry decided that human effort did all that was possible to avoid collision and loss of life. The at torne)' for the estate of Signor Loex, of Matamoras,-Mexico, advertises for one Gen. Will A. Place, of Michigan or Indian?, as the heir to the Loex es tate ol $0,000,000. A London dispatch says the steamship S'ate ot Louisiana is still on the locks in Loch Liunhe, and making water last. Ii is now feared she will prove a total loss. Both vessel and cargo are insured. A Kentucky lady named Buckles has fallen heir to an estate in Texas valued at $3,000,000. The strange thing about it is that it was felt by her lather thirty years ago, and sho bus just received Ihe information. - - The statue ot Chas. Summer, which was unveiled by Governor Itice at Boston, last week, is 21 feet high with the pedes tal. It represents the senator delivering a speech. The simple name 'Sumner" is iheiuily inscription. The divisibility ot the electric light is practically demonstrated in the London Times office. The lights can be modera ted and arranged to any. and all cir cumstances, and the cost is found to be less than one-third that of gas. A new bell, weighing 04,000 pounds, has been blessed at Moscow, in memory of the emancipation of the 'Bulgarians. With thu exception of the Great Bell ct Moscow, which weighs 443,000 pound, this is the largest belt in the world, The Arctic steamer Jeaunette has safe ly arrived at San Francisco. Titter a long and difficult voyage from Havre, Franc, around Cape Horn, nnd this is considered satisfactory evidence of her staunchness and sea-going qualities. She will leave Sau Francisco next June with the American polar expedition, which will enter the Arctic ocean through Bchrin's s!r.us. VanJerbilt has entered Infc a contract with Jno. S. Eager, of -New York, by which the latter is to furnish the New York Central railroad company with iron steamships to carry freight only to Liver pool. Hamburg. Antwerp and other Euro pean ports. Fourteen English built freight screw steamers have already been chanced the first of which leaves Janu ary 8tb. The new line is to be called the Unicorn line. A short time ago a train of cars load ed with siik woims, from San Francjsco, passed through Toledo and on, via the Canada Southern, to New York. The train was special, consisting of a locomo tive and five cars.' the latter being es pecially fitted up for this service, and running men especially detailed to look after the precious freight, which is val n d at $1,500,000. There were men to grease the axles of the cars, look after the wheels aud attend to all detail?, and all other trains had orders to keep out of the way of this special, which ran as il Saten were after it, quick transpoi taticn being iinperitively necessary in tlrs ser vice The smoke stack of the engii e was covered with a screen to prevent the possibility of a spark getting into the midst of the cocoons, and every other provision madengainst accident, even to carrying along medicine fcr the worms. Did not Want the Gold. A well-preserved old gentleman enter ed the sub Treasury buiidinsron Wednes day, and presented 35 $l.00u called bods lor redemption. After the usual formal ities had been gone through with and the necessary paper3 signed, the clerk placed upon the counter seven bags con taining $5,000 each in gold coin. The old gentleman gasped out : "Wh a wha what's this V "Your $35,000, sir," w: s the reply. "But I don't want gold. Give me legal tenders. I am 74 years of age and I can't carry these about with me," said the old gentleman struggling to lilt one bag. "We have no authority to pay legal tenders, sir. We are"redetrndi:g called bonds in gold." The. old gentle man expostulated, but hi vain. He hur ried to. the Gallatin National -Bank and begged President Tappm to get him out of his scrape. Mr. Tappeii explained that all he could do would be ti receive the gold o:i deposit nnd allow him to draw a check against k.- The --old gen tleman wits de lighted. Ile-s dd ha.' did not care what the arrangement was so that h ; coulu obtain greenbacks instead ol the gohli The bank's porterwar-sent after tUo bag," the deposit was made, tl.e check drawn, and the old man went on hisway rejoicing. A Broad street bank ing house, yesterday deposited gold the same as curreney New York Times. Dec. 20?- -.. An UndenUtble Truth. You deserve to suffer, and if you lead a miserable, unsatisfactory life in this beautiful woi Id, it is entirely your own fault aud there is only one excuse for you your unreasonable prejudice and skepticism, which has killed thousands. Personal knowledge and common sense reasoning-will soon show'yoir that Green's August Flower will cure'-you of liver complaint, or tlyspepsia with all its horrible effects, such as sick headache, palpitatioii'-of "the heart, sour stomach, habitual costiveness, dizziness of 'the head, nerVoaiS prostnation, low Spirits, &c. The sales now reach every town on the Western Continent and not a drug gist but wbattvill tell you'of its wonder ful cures. oir'ari buy-a sample bottle for 10 cents r Three doses will relieve yoifl For sale bv a. M. Gcrow and Farr & Weed. . " . TQ BUR We have removed our stock of GROCERIES & PRBVISIOI'S ACROSS THE 2SText Uopic to tie 3?ostoffiee, Where we will be pleased to meet our friends and patrons. We w ill keep a com-, -zr.,. plete line of - - ' Choicest Grades of Fancy Giccer es Always on hand, at the lowest Cash Fences. We are Giving Great Bargains in Teas, Ranging in prices from 25 cents to JQ cents. A bandsom? chromo . given with every -pdflnd -of Tea Jj'uraiasC'd iii ifr'S tbreV Green Fruits and ..esetalDles Kept constantly on hand. We hare the J. M. Brunswick-Bdlke, & Cos handsome 15 ball Novelty POOL In our Sample Kooms. O. A. Succe Aug. 31st, 1878. Chetioygan Burial Case. Company The Cheboygan Burial Case Coinpanj is now frcpareJ to furn'sh Coffins & Undertaltetib ravrr Of every dec CASKETS i Covered with Cloth. Hack or will MET ALIC Finished in any style at prices as lo NOT B E We devote our entire attciuion'i In the latest and best styles, Furnish. Caiiu BTCall and See us. Office iiu arSend forjllustratecl Circular an Don't buy until you have se : the World, the'E VICTOR SEWING 2HDDLETOWX, COXX., and Xos."l9t I NOT ice ; To COnsumei -0 F- Totacc The great celebrity ofour TTAGI TO. 5 -To have cause inury Imitation tneico 'o fetVpiaeod orttli-markot, we therefore cautior. cnewcrigain-M.urciii3 "-" ATI deafer buying or seMimj other pica tot a co bearing a hard or roctalic label, remler tin s selveiiabksto the pen-Ityof the law, ant 2 persons violating eur trade marks are punUlia 2 hy fine and imprisonment. SKE ACT 1 H)i:u. in 'i, is to. The eenoine L(lRtlL.I9 TINTAG TO B BACCOcinlediinzui8hedby n TI T J o on each hirnp, with the word LOKlLLAED S tarai.ed thereon. Over 7.088 tens toncco s'll in 187.. and ? nearly 3.000 persons employed li fitctori. 8. Twxes ila'ifl -iovernment in 1877 aSoiit 53, e 500,000 and during pat 13 years, ever 20, S 000,001). 0 ift gncids are sold by all olbers at rnnin tacturer rates.-- ' 4'J-Sm ,IVIiss" Libbie Walton, Wishes to announce that she wilt open, the second lerm of her Select School In the building opposite the Tostofflce, On Monday, December Ot, 1878. For particulars enquire of Miss Walter., onf hi premises, Cbeboyfwn, Aug. 2 1$TS. 8tf a PATRONS. STREET, liAtBXj GALLAGHER, sor to Ga lajrher & McDonald. snop on Ham street, adjoinrlig Blake's ma chine shop. fsAlIkind of farm produce taken in ex change for woik. i-tt O. S. CLARK, L. KUDDOCK. 187 8. 1 8 7 8: The fast sailing Steam YcM, J. X. IlIL E 1', Master. Is bow making rcgulartrips between Cliebcvsaii,3I.ic4.inaw & Point St. Ignace Will make ctooe connect ion at Mackinaw aiih i,i e Sntwriorrteiunerii. Tho arv can diartcr d durincthewaiMntoressursion and fifhing partus. 1878. SIYTH JEWELEES & Take this calling the att ention of their ma,ny patrons to the new and attractive novelties suitable for CHRISTMAS and NEW YEARS Presents. X. B. We havj the largest stoe'e of Jewclr ever brought to this section of the cc us. try. THE HOWELLBLOCK, CHEBOYGAN, MICHIGAN. BALD ' HEAD'S wmm fre A WONDERFUL DISCOVERY! CARBOLIUE, ASSODOHIZED EmACI OF FSTROLE. The only Article ifflfwill Restore v- Hatr on Bald Headsy ' " WHAT THE WORLD HAS BEEN WANTING FOR CENTURIES. satest discovery of our day, so faras a tlon of humanity Is concerned. Is Car an article prepared from Petroleum, and 'ects a complete and radical cure in case 35, or where the hair, owing to diseases of ,has become thitf'and tends to fall out. a speedy restorative, and, while its use luxuriant growth of hair, it also brings natural color, and gives the most cora tfaction In the using. The falling out of the accumulations of dandruff, and the 5 change in color, are all evidences of a condition of the scalp and the glands urish the hair; To arrest hese pauses e used must possess medicares, well s virtues, and the change must.bagin under to be of permanent and lasting benefit, article is Carbolixe. and like many derful discoveries it is found to consist ts almost in their natural state. Pctro ,i the article which is made to work such lary results; but it is after it has been f treated and completely deodorized that . tperciulition for the toilet... It wn in isla that theeffect of petroleum npo,. '.he rst observed, a Government oQcer 1 av d that a partially bald-headed servant en trimming the lamps, had a habiv of s oil-besmeared hands lik scanty the result was in a few months a much of black, glossy hair than he ever ha t e oil was tried on horses and cattle tha? eir hair from the cattle plague, and the e as rapid as they were marvelous. The even the tails of horses, which had fal e completely restored in a few weeks, eriments were heralded to the world, owledge was practically useless to the ly bald and gray, as no one in civilized lid tolerate the nsc of refined petroleum ng for the hair. But the skill -fcne o lemlsts has overcome the difficulty, and, ss known, only to himself, he has, after rate aad costly experiments, succeeded zing petroleum, which renders It sus being handled es daintily as the famous ne. The experlmeutsxmade-wtth the liquid, on the human hair were at h the most astonishing results. A few .s where the hair was thin and falling 'kable tone and vigor to the scalp and .y particle of dandruff disappears on r second dressing, and the liquid, so n its nature, seems to penetrate to the e and set up a radical change from the i well known that the most beautiful ' tade from petroleum, and by some mys ation of nature the use of this article mparts a beautiful light-brown color which, by continued use, deepens to a color remains permanent for an in- rth of time, and the change is so grad- s most Intimate friends can scarcely ogress. In a word, it is th most won very of the age, and well calculated prematurely bald and gray rejoice, i our-readers to. give it a trial, feelinj it one application will convince them ;rful effects. Pittsburg Commercial or m: - o - ; t is telling 114 own story in the hand swho are using it with most gratify raraging results : avcs F. Hall, of the bates Oji-ra tes: "After six weeks' use- aru- con re also my comrades, that your Car. and Is producing a wonderful growth re I had none for years." abrax. Sixth Avenu Tharmaev, 'assays: The pood effect from t lie OLINB are brought to my notice eveev an extent as to jnstifv me !n recoiu m my most intimate friends.'' . .INE .IHE JME INE INE INE INE uhhoulINE CARBOLINE CARBOLINE .CARBOLINE CARBOLINE Gives the oimost satisfaction s a Hair Renewer. Has a magical effect on gray hairs. Is free from irritating and poi sonous chemicals. Is the natural nourishment for the hair. Has been indorsed by the high est medical authority. Gives weak and sickly hair tho gloss and vigor of youth. Restores faded or gray hair to its natural color. ts not a dyer restores the hair nsit rally. - Cures all Diseases of the 'Scalp. Keeps the hair moist and tho head cool. Makes the hair look natural and beautiful. - Delightful, fragrant, and sura all tho time. j - O ARB O 1. 1 Iff K Is now presented to the public without fear of contradiction as the best ltestorative and Beautl fler of the Hair the world has ever produced. Price ONE DOLLAR per bottle. -Sold by &11 Druggists. -...,,.' KENNEDY & CO., PITTSBURG, PA., Bole Agents for the United States the Canada. , v. aud Great Britain. J ob Priiiting Of every rlecnption executed in the best ctyle, Ortic re promptly til ed. -- -JfOUTBS N TItlDUXX .- f Chc'.-0 gan,-Mirh. P. 1879. & CO., STATIOHEES, opportunity of drfvertiscmeus. MFAXl-'V CAltDSwith name. 10c, plain or eolti, 15 style. Agents ou'.lit 10c. iiull & Co. IU PUHTRAIhS and n C4 column Story la;tr ior 10c. Aali ui Wcekty, vVasliiiigton, l. C. 4w -X7 A IVrTr1 P.fi A GOOD AOE T to can h?v -a-- J- vans die oyjran and th iftljttiti nl low lis ft r the best set. ing Iiourehol I ar ticle ui the wori I. Tip Top jn fits write nt once V Wor d Ma- ufa during Co.. 4 O inton 1'lj.ce N. Y . djKOOn ,'or a ca'e 0 uSn- CoA, or Ath pJJJJ ini that Adamsn's Bo:i ic Halsom Cf'T T fail.ticuie. Iarge twttles Si cents, VX v XJU , t'liTe druc storts. b'amp'e bottles fie-j. Kartjud. Wi'ii.iuii it I'o., Agents, Detroit, M ioli. . AGENTS ! FiEfiD THIS ! W'c willpav OlOO ucr Jltmtli ni: Kipniwi ;-c!l ourXew an' W-iiiderful lnei.lijij. Addrt HKRVi " (.. Marshail. Mich. ;,".. uiu.ii'ii A !!. luiiuit i t wn: p Hive ly prtve.it tin - terrible dire . and will po tely cure niiti! ca s in t-n. lnt u n.nt on that wi!i .f ve many livrs it'nt free by niail. lon'i de ay mo rn, ii'. I'ri-ve ''on tf tht.i cirj. told eneryr.hc.f. I. ss JOIIXSOX & O , langor, iaiiie. " ' r -3 T T .cJi.. i.- sSSLa p2LEBEAT2Difc3 7;02L25 OYZX The manr.f.xc'urfrr we t r.iranl'd tf h 'fffirtt au o i v nudoi g.rrn tui.ttr .Ks!ri , at both the Ltulen iu. and J urn J-.jrja L.ous. P.irMiricrior to coir n.lm porou T-lften", lini iUeiits. th n-ca!l ' electric ! flpplai.ee. Ac. 1 "heb kin;n-f incc'.v for ' l.n me and Wiak r-ack. rhei:ni;it iir, (utin t-nVn-. fa. t-ctnrk-a: l.i.ii,l:n;o 1 is i p. il Kidneys. Spinal- Vt m Ira. ml a I i In 'or w ichpoious i lastcs are used your Drn;ri I io.- Uci on'rt a cine P'a tei i d e litat yiu rtt no biiii-e b.-. So'.d by al :) uv'l;! If, rcela Mail d o:i receipt uf pr'ce Pcrn 4 Jobs- S.S, 1 PL4TT CTUEET, i.'kW YORK Th3 Gr:ct Dlnrstlc Ccnpswd, Is a n. quick vfin 3y loralldis umrrf the Kiel -i'c. I. ...i tri:d cruiaiy Oijraii, t'XiMintf eit i, r in malt' or female. As Irri tation. I nfl motion. r Ul ceration of !. Kidneys and jila'Mi r Oravt-l or .tiie in I In Bladder; Ked d.eh Of Ilii k dust S di nieut in Urine. Thick, Cloudy or I'.r.py Urini, Taiiiful Urinating Bed wettiniiMueo and In voluntary D.scharg Mor l.i l Imitation ot BI ddcr and TJ elhra, tronic Ca an ti ot B:aed' r, tjuppr. sion Jtrtention or lu coiiti i nee of Urim. Dialtct- jv. Dropsy Organic Wi'lk'irii. Vm.ile Dire.:fc8 uti'i all chronic m:ita- o! the Uria iry and exual Orgnns. 'I'lioiiKand c n 'attest toi v.ondersul ccrative l-ropiT" in llicFc ui-aM b. , . Kor ."inrvons Oebitity. nith all its g'oomy ntlcndanti Dizzinoa Lxs of It-niorj" Low Stir lti. & it i a fkvoe jm r.nedy. r S IIOLlIOKiW HrCZSlT baovf up the en ervated - hti-ni. imparting r.ew -ife and viif rou i'.iii tliv whole nyn!c;u bocoiuing etriligthcticl a a invigorated- . , .j. T E EtJ.lE ASD ASK FOR flOHJI l's ErCHO t, g it, and :aje no other. Pric3 $1X0 Viz Bcttles, $5.00. To-salel y FAURAND. WILLIAMS - ett, Dt-tro t MioiiM in, itid Medicine Heaters general y NEW STOCK OF BOOTS & SHOES Just AT THE People's Shoe Store. J. M. ZORN, Prop'r. .A larjeapsoitment of new goods for FALL AXD WINTER WEAR. r.- ..,,. Jast receive1. Now i& yonr time to Iny Bocts, Shoes & Gaiters, My lonir experience in the bnslness enables ma to know just what the people want, and I buy nothing else. Our Custom Department. I will make all kinds of work to order, aad guarantee satisfaction every tune. S t - . -- i Repairing Done on Short Notice llmayft - " A NOTED DIVINE SAYS Louisville, Ky , Aug. 3d, 1S73. De. Tctt, Dear Sir. Tor ten year I have been a martyr to Oyspepai. Gcnstipation and Piles. The bestphysicians failed to relieve mo from this lirirjir death; your pil!s wen usom mended ; the first dose gave me such relief tliat I continued to take them. I am now now a welt man; have good di gestion, regul irptools; pile gone and have pain ed tort v ixtunds Q sh. Tntt s Pills are worth their rehjbt in gold. ' KEV.K. L.BIMI'SOX. o'.dnruil Orii3?it?, iiats. Office 35 Mnrrr N. Y. 23incc6mMeay DIPHTHERIA! Ezlmt Buchu Y ' A.