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Corn 35. Oats 2830. Wool 3540 cents. Wheat 9095 cents. Fireworks at Lee Bros. Clover Seed $3.253.75. Legion of Honor meets to-nigTit. See the new column ad. of Lee Bros. Potatoes Early Robc, 20. Peach Blows 25. Remember the ice cream social at the park to-night. Remember the meeting of the Re publican club Thursday night. Let every republican in the city be at the club room to-morrow night. The State Republican Convention is called to meet at Jaokson Aug. 5th. The average politician now dis cusses political matters on the streets as of yora. Remember the Caw County Med ical Society meet at Diamond Lake Island June 26th. Little Dora Lovett has gone to Albion, leaving last jSaturday, and expaots to make quite a lengthy TMlt. A refrigerator car for the trans portation of perishable goods is now run east over the central every Thursday. The corpse of Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Snyder's little babe, aged about one year, waa brought here for burial yesterday. The brave quiet heart of the edi tor beats not an atom faster when he learns that a new hundred dollar bill is in circulation. Rev. Mr. Spoor went to Gales- tmrsr Saturdav to fill the pulpit of Rev. Mr. Brown, who preached to the Congregational audienoe here. Young Republicans, old Repub liean?, everybody opposed to the rule of Confederate brigadiers, eome 4o the club rooms Thursday evening. The matter of teachers for next year is not quite settled yet. When determined upon the full corps will be given. But slight changes will be made. Harvest began about the 22d on some advanced pieces, but the wet -weather has erreatlv retarded the work, and will produce some injury to the crop. Rev. H. Worthington will preach tin appropriate discourse for the oc casion on next Sunday evening, July 4th, at the M. E. church in this city. The public are invited. R. K. Evans tells us of a field of wheat in Hartford township that was so thick that a frightened red squir rel ran several roils directly on or over the standing grain. There is promise of an abnmTant yield of small truits. The strawber ries continued longer than unial and raspberric and whortleberries are now found in plenty at our grocer ies. Mr. Henry Lybrook has just re ceived a laml warrant for 100 acres of land, awarded him for serving as a private in the war of '32. Geo. iMiiler was tha attorney that pro cured it. Prof. Johnson was in town for a few moments Saturday morning. He arrived the night before from a trip to Illinois, where he had been looking up some stook matters for the College farm. G. I. Peck has purchased the va cant brick on Commercial street. It belonged to the Park estate, and the price pail was $1,800. Mr. Peek intends to put in a general stsck of groceries, notions, etc. The camp-meeting at Crystal Springs, near Pokagon, will begin on Tuesday, Aug. 10th aud continue in session until the 19th. The con tract for building a new and com modious dining hall has been let. Mrs. Lovina Reams, aged 83 years, was the pioneer to carry off the prize of a volume of Bishop's poems as the one showing the greatest num ber of descendants. She had 13 children ; 61 grand children, great grand children 42 ; total 116. The cannon fired by the demo crats last Thursday seemed to please them mu'ih better than the cannon fired by Hancock himself a few years ago. Then the guns were trained against the very party that now nom inates him for the presidency. The annnal July festival of the Congregational church will be hold on Saturday afternoon and evening, July 3d, in the Park, if fair-if rainy, at the Club Rooms. Ice cream and cake will be served from 3 o'clock p. m. All are most cor dially invited. The iollowiog corps of teachers will preside over the Cassopolis schools tor the ensuing year. Prin cipal, G. A. Osinger of Parma, As sistant, Miss Ida Reynolds; Grammar Department, Miss Rebecca Beck ; Intermediate, Miss Louie Chapman ; Primary, Miss Lou Keene, Just before Barnum's show, Mr. Stocking offered a prize to the four best compositions, written from memory and at the sehool room, de scribing the "great aggregation." Twenty competitors eutered the ring, and some of the productions were decidedly rich and good. Last Friday he gave a Diamond Diction- ary to each ot the lollowing pupils, Miss Mattic McNair, thejudge.de- ciding that they were well worthy of j the favor: Lihbie Brown, Harrvl Scovill, Belle Northup, Jessie Colby ! and Clara Phelps. The idea was a good one and indicates Mr. Stock ing's interest in his pupil's progress. lhere are a few young- people in town who should be expelled from ail public places until they learn to behave themselves. Several thought so at the graduating exercises, aud nad it not been lor their presence it would have been one of the most orderly audieuces ever gathered in the city. Tho democrats of Dowagiac fired the cannon under difficulties Thurs day. In the afternoon the exercises were interrupted by a dog, and threatened man fight, and in the evening by continued rain. But these little discouragements will be as nothing compared to the genersl collapse next November. Mr. C. C. Morton brought his wool clip into town last Monday and sold to Mr.- Wares. There were 300 fleeces, weighing a total of 1996 lbs. Thirty-eight cents per pound was reeeived, less certified shrinkage, and the clip netted 30 cents per pound or a total of about $719. Had it not been for one de tective fleece, the total would have footed up an even 2000 lbs. Mr. Morton is one of tho largest sheep owners about here and evidently thinks they pay good returns. So they've cut the baby's hair. It was very long and very thick, the weather was so warm, and last and crowning argument he was a boy. So the hair was cut. Yet it was uo wonder that sad tears fell on the gol den floss, and they felt as if a part a little of baby was laid away in the grave of the dim and silent past forever. Sudden Death. Mrs, Eliza, wife of Walter G. Beckwith, dropped dead Sunday evening, while going about her work preparing supper. She died almost instantly aud appar ently without pain. She came to this county over 40 years ago and was about 66 years of age. The funeral was held yesterday, a num ber from here attending. In the hasty notes taken at the graduating exercises, there may be some errors and some injustice done. If so we are willing to be forgiven. The fact is it takes more than ordi nary powers of attention to push a pencil while listening to such pro ductions, and especially if the pro ducer be young and pretty, as of course they generally are if belong ing to the right sex. Last Thursday the bam of Jas. E. Gould, of Wayne, was struck by lightning. Being insured in the Farmers' Mutual, of Cass county, the board met Monday and awarded Mr. Gould $25 for damages. Two colts in the barn at the time, were knocked down and stunned, aud the board decided to await results before mak ing any award on damage inflicted to them. The result was satisfac tory to Mr. Gould. Bro. Groenleaf has been promised permission to attend the next Repub lican State Convention as a delegate, but he must mmd his eye, or the gracious condescension of the mana ger will be chilled, and the permis sion revoked. Cassopolis Democrat. "Bro." Allison isn't quite mean enough for a good democrat, is too good hearted and lacks energy to say anything above common place, but as an editor capable of telling the biggest lie in the fewest words, he stands uuequaled unapproachable. Last Saturday Fred Lexsow, a German well known in the city, was at work in the meadow on the farm of C. Tuthili. While in the act of lifting the mower sickle over some slight obstruction he was bitten by a rattle snake, which the sickle had just cut in two. He was not suffi ciently frightened at the occurrence, aud the services of a physician were not procured for about t-x hours, the virus became distributed through the system and he now lies in a danger ous condition. He is an honest, hard working man, with a wifo and two children, and all who know much hope that he may recover, him Tho average valedictorian is pro-1 iuse in nis inauKH 10 leacners, scuooi board etc. Bless you, my boy, it sounds odd to thauk one tor simply doing their duty. The teachers are well paid for doing just what they have done, and the board receive a prinoely amount of honor for their work. It is filthy lucre that propels the feminine quadruped of the equine species, therefore thank the tSx-payer next year, the man who has gone down into his poeket arid pulled out the plentiful supply of dimes. He is tho fellow that has kept the wheels in motion and is entitled to your thanks. Sueh of the graduates from our school as eould be present, some of the teachers and a lew invited guosts, met at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. H.K. Colby last Monday evening, from invitation of Prof. Tower. After a very pleasant social time, refresh ments were served, after which Prof. Tower stated that he hoped seme steps would be taken toward forming a.i alumni association. The gentle man himself was made temporary ehairman and the organization was perfected by electing W. F. Iloyt, president; Miss Cora Wheelock, vice president; Fred L. Colby, secretary. Executive committee: F. H. Codding, of the class of 79; Miss Lillie Brow nell, '79; Miss Eva Coney, 78; Miss Ella Keshore, 75 and Homer Nash, '80. Committee to draft constitution, IE. D. Snyder, 79; Ed. Brownell, 78; iand Miss Ida Arens, 79. It was de- cided that the executive committee or president should appoint the poot, historian and such other officers as might be demanded. An informal ballot developed the fact that nearly all present could lay elaims to being poets, so the society will not lack for this kiud of material In the circuit court last week Ed- ward Ryan, charged with the mar-j tins district has issued a call for a der of old Billy Young, entered the convention. It is U) be held ntr Paw plea of not guilty and the case was j Paw July 29th, and the chief busi continued to the September term. ness will probably be the nominu- In the case of Niles, convicted of as sault with intent to murder, all pro ceedings were stayed until July 6th, and the court adjourned to July 5th. ii 1 1 in Dr. Sweetland, of Edwardsburg, a good physician, editor of the Argiu, a red-hot republican and a good fellow generally, was over Sat- urday and paid us a pleasant call, He is full of the expected railroad to their place, and we believe if proper effort had been made the road might have been secured for Dowagiac. G. I. Peck was arrested last week on complaint ot David VanAraberg Wheeler, a colored youth, who charged Peck with assault and bat tery. It appears that some of the boys have been in the habit of mak ing allusions to the said Peck, which are quite unpleasant to that gentle man, and when he made the rush on the c. y. he supposed him one of the offenders, which did not prove to be the case. Fine $2.00 and costs, total 88.85. Then O. B. Peck brought com plaint against David VanAmberg for violation of ordinance respecting the use of sling shots, but the case flashed in the pan. There are many in this section awaiting anxiously for some ex pected arrearages of pensions. It may interest them aid also show the cause of delay to know that over 300,000 inquiries were made by members of Congress during the last session, of the Pension Bureau regarding claims. There has been a great increase of the clerical foroe of the bureau, but nothing adequate to dispose of the business. In the di vision of Illinois the increase is 900 per month above those acted upon, and during the session just closed this increase amounts to over 6,000. There is an immensity of work be fore the bureau now and all must be patient who have claims awaiting action. Cassopolis Cropping). Cassopolis, June 25th, 1880. Quite a number of our young folks at tended the commeucemeut exercises at No tre Dame. A big rush in town to-day on account of the rams, which bring the farmers in for harvest supplies. Our three Sunday achoola picniced on Daimood Lake lust Tuesday, a. good time reported by all in attendance. Mr. Adolphus Rogers, while loading a log with a team in the woods near this place, ac cideutaly got in front of it and it rolled onto his foot and ancle, fortunately doing no in jury except to his finger, which he used freely in digging Lis (oot loose. Pi of. Rankir., who has taught this school for four years, is to leave us soon. Ho has accepted a situation at Leslie. Prof. G. A. Osiuaer, of Parma, Jackson Co., a graduate of the State normal, will take his place it a salary of ?750 for nine months. We wlsK him success. Considerable excitement prevailed here yesterday arid last evening OTM the news from Cincinnati. The flag Seated over Bioadway, and the cannon kept lip its boom until eleven o'clock at night, burning several dollars worth of powder, which may be needed. Boys, save your dimes, you will need thetu this fall. D. Goodwin's new store building is rapid ly approaching completion and when fin ished will be as convenient a business house as there is in town. A. N. Armstrong & Co., hardware dealers of this place, have roofed it with tin, it being the first roof of the kind in tow n. They have also placed a tin roof on the building occupied by Davi.V restaurant. Old Bach. KOIXM ABOUT. Buchanan has engaged Prof. J. F. Jourdon oi Decatur, as principal of their schools. Congressman Burrows delivered a rousing speech to a Nileg audience and helped them to form a lusty Republican club. Tickets can be secured at one fare for the round trip to go to any point on the Central or Its branches, procurable July 3d, 4th and Bto, good to return no laler than the 6:h. A good chance to take a trip. Bids were opened at Buchanan on the 25th for building the railroad from that poiut to Berrien Springs. The contract was award ed to N. L. Williams & Co., of Syracuse, N. Y. It is expected to begin work July 1st. Niles population has decreased about 300 in 10 years and is now about 4,300. Parties who have removed from here say they can get as good a house there for $5.00 a month as would be procurable here at $3.00 or $10.00. The invalid finds in "Dr. Lindsey's Blood Searcher" nature's great re storer. It is wonderful. 'Sellers' Ltver Pills" are thee- oret to perfect health, long life, and absolute happiness. Sold by all druggists. Inconsistencies sometimes present themselves of such a ludicrous na ture that one wonders how the ele ments ever became associated. The action of the Cincinnati convention takes the palm for this class of work. The third plank in their platform, "Home rule, honest money, consist ing of gold and silver aud paper convertable into coin on demand, and the 6trict maintainance of the public faith." Now contrast this with the attempted Coalition of the i democracy with the mojt luny of greenbackers, who did not care a straw for "honest money" or the "public faith." The next one is found in the fact of a solid south supporting a Union general. The fifth plank begins: "The ngnt to a free ballot IS a right pre- cure w,th West's Vegetable Liver Pills, when servative of all rights, and must and S dlrce,tion3 "e strictly complied with. They , ,. , . . j ' I. , are purely vegetable, and never fail to give sat- fdiall be maintained in all parts OI , isfaction. Sugar Coated. Largo boxes, con the United States." In many voting taining 30 Pills, 25 cents. For Tale bv all drug- precinets of the south where there is j sl:n E0c:var. of conn.tci,81 nd r ... . . the genuine manufactured only by JOHN a republican majority, not a repub- lican vote can be cast save at the peril ot the voter's life. Consisten cy is a jewel of such rare worth that it is never found in the strougholds of democracy. The Congressional committee fo tion of Mr. Burrows by acclamation. Mrs. Compton brought suit Mon day before Circuit Court Commis- isioner tiarKe to eject irom her house the lnman family, alleging j that they did not keep such a moral I atmosphere as she would desire, There were some anxious faces on the street and the waiting crowd exDected some developments, but the j attorneys guarded the mare's nest kyith such fidelity that all was love ly. Mr. Clarke took tune to con sider, and the indications are that he will consider the lease still valid. Hayden Brown was hanged for murder at St. Louis on the 25th. He said: "I stand to-day on tho gifclcvs to pay the penalty of my crime. To the young, many of whom I recog nize, I want to say, I saw them rid ing out here druuk. I have done the same thing myself, and you see where I am." Bradlaugh was refused his seat in .tho Britihh Houae because he de elined on conscientious grounds to take the oath whieh declares a beliel in God, and on bis refusal to with draw, he was ordered to be impris oned. The question involves the right of one man to dictate to anoth er regarding bis religious belief. The Maiuo Republicans have nom inated Gov. Davis. Masoxic. There will bo a specinl meeting of Peninsular Lodge, No 214, F. A A. M., on Thurs day evening, July 1st. Work in lit degree. All members are invited. H. Scovill, W. M. LIST OF LKTTERS remaining uncalled Tor in the Post Office at Dowagiac, Cass Co. Michigan, for the week ending June, 28ut, 1880. Mrs. Clay Johnson, Mrs. Carrie Jacobs, Charles Kirk, Miss Ida Night, Mrs. Fannio Shoemaker, John A. Rood. O. L. SHERWOOD, P. M. Want a Prominent Druggist of St. Paul, Minn, Writes. St. Paul, Minn, Jan. 12, 1SS0. Tho Dr. Bosanko Mudicino Co., Piqua, O. : Gentlemen: Please send me, per express, four dozen Rheumatic Cart. Have sold the entire lot you sent me December 6th, and can furnish you testimonials from our most promi nent and influential citizens, if you desiro them. Very respectfully yours, R. A. Becker. Al! who contemplate patronizing that ex cellent preparatory tchool, the Michigan Mili'ary Academy, should send to Colonel Rogers for the new catalogue. Address him at Orchard Lake. 14-3w. Differences of opinion regarding the pop ular interna and external remedy Thomas, Eclectric Oil do not, to far as known, exist. Tne testimony is positive and con current that the article relievos phsical pain, cures lameness, checks a cough, Ja an excel lent remedy for paius and rheumatic com plaints, and it has no nauseating or other un pleasant effect when taken internally. Look at the advertising column, Commercial. Jvjgiarico Current. COKliKCTED WKKKLY BY K. J. MO.SHER & Co. MTsnxissnAT Mouijra, June 30, 1 BSD. Current price paid by doalers and shippers or the articles named when brought to market in good order. Baans, por bushel BOalOO Timothy Seed, per bushel 1 25al5D Hides Green per pound 7 Hides Dry per pound ... Sheep Pelts, each Apples Dried per pound. Apples Green per bushel. Butter, per pound Lnrd, per pound Tallow, per pound Hams, per pound Shoulders, per pound SalO 2&nl00 67 I 1U0 Sal2J 5 OS 6 10 Eggs, por dozen . Wood, por cord SOai 00 nay Extra per ton . 9 00 LOCAL BUSINESS NOTICES. HOW THEY GO L. J. Pray has sold 21 windmills since Jan. 1st, 1880. After harvest he wants to sell 100 more and will warrant every one. 14 2w. Rooms lor family or Restaurant to rent under Wares' store. H-tf. GO TO L. J. Pray for windmills, Pumps, Tiling aud anything and everything in the well furniture line. l4-2w. FOUND. On live streets of Dowagiac a pure containing a sum of money. Owcer oan recover by calline on John Crawford, proving property aud paying for this notice. 13 tf. Go to Greenleaf's and see those cute littlo Photos only $1.50 per dozen. Lake Superior Transit Co. Steamers leave Dotroit for Saulte Ste. Mnrie and Lake Superior ports on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at 10 p.' m. Railroad connections mnde at Dtiluth for St. Paul, Minneapolis, Bisinark, Manitoba and other points North, South and West. Steamers also leave Detroit after June 26 on Sundajs 'to Cleveland only) at 4 p. m., and on .Mondays and f riJays at y p. in Wednesd and Buffalo, connecting with railroads thrat nnrl Q.. f u4..yto ,.t R r. . , ( I !,,.,. 1 n 'or tQe East ana -South For tickets and further information apply to .j. . niiinu. uenerai Agent, Dock and office foot of Woodward ave., Detroit Mich. $500 Reward ! Wo will pay the above reward for any case of Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Side Headache, In digestion, Constipation or Costivencss wo cannot c. west co., "The Pin Makers," 161 & 183 j VV . Madison St., Chicago. Free trial package sent by mail prepaid on receipt of a 3 cent stamp. June 16lh-ly. T. J. MARTIN, nd Hair Dresser. B basement of First National Rank, Dowagiao A SUCCESS IN CASSOPOLIS. While in Cassopolis a few days ago we stepped into the store of L. D. Smith, or rather into the stores, for ho has two, connected with a great arch in the center. Wishing to speak to the proprietor we waited and wait ed, patiently became be was making every exertion to give us his atten tion, and amused at the throng of customers. Six clerks were as busy as beeB putting up goods. L. D., himself was now on one side of the great arch, putting up sugar, coffees, teas and general provisions, then with a grand rush of his big body he would land over amid the dress goods and oalicos, silks and laces and a general onslaught on them would oommence. And with nearly every package he would shout, "Bring that back and get your money if it isn't just as I tell you." The fact6 are he is selling goods at bed rock prices, warrants everything, keeps a fall line, good clerks, tends to business himself and has built up an immense business. He has the trade and with his facilities for low freights, his custom of asking yon to pay nobody's poor debts, by having such splendid store rooms and bis general push, be is bound to kee$ it. And may luck go with him. I3-2w. Northwestern Mutual Benefit As sociation. A meeting of the policy holders of this insur ance company was held at Detroit on Monday June 14th, and tho affairs of the company were found in a Tery satisfactory condition. They are able to report a solid paying membership at this date ot 5,(jJU. the Northwestern has is sued more certificates during its first year's busi ness than all other associations and high rate (policy) companies in the state combined. We have received on 10 assessments. .826,968 88 Paid to beneficiaries 19,638 99 Balance in endowment fund 8 7,329 89 At the annual meeting held on the 14th several new trustees were elected, among them we find the names of Hon. Charles S. May, and Wm. Pears, Buchanan, both gentlemen well known to many ol our citizens and whose character is above suspicion. The annual statement will be sent to certificate holders July 1st. Mr. Cooper is general manager for southern Michigan and northern Indiana, and is giving the work his rersonal supervision. Mr. E. F. Millard is local agent and can be called on for all information pertaining to the company. FOR SALE. One of the finest residences in the city. A fine. large house, roomy and pleasant, a good barn, well, cistern, etc., and all in per fect reppir. Three fine lots, plenty of fruit, shrubbery, etc., desirable location and situa ted on one of the finest streets in the city. Terms easy and price reasonable. Don't miss the chance it you wish one of the pleasantest homes in the city. Inquire at this office. 12-tf. The acid Blood ia the primary cause and sustaining power of Rheumatism. Where there is Alkali there can be no Rheumatism. The "Dr. Bosanko Rheumatic Ccrk." is a chemically prepared Alkaline, neutralizing the acidity and removing chronic inflamma tion by absorption. It is not claimed that tn? cure ts a panacea for a long catalogue of mac-ici-p, uttu iiiiiii j oiiifrs, vm lor tueu malfsm and Lame Back alone it is a sover eign remedy. Price 75 cents. Sold by C. L. Sherwood. June 16-10m. FOR RENT. A part of a good house, near the businoss part of the city. Inquire at tha residence ot Henry Howser. near the Seymour House. 11 tf loo Cream at Stafford's to-day. Ice Cream at Stafford's to-day. One of th most painful, unpleasant and distressinjr diseases to which the flesh is heir ls piles. Dn. Bosaxko"s Pile Remedy has been tried, tested, and proved to be au in- fallible remedy for the cure of all kiridn nf Pile6. Price 50 cents. Sold by G. L. Sher wood. June 16-10m. The nicest present you could make a friend would be a piece or two of West's beautiful composition Statu ary, on exhibition at C. II. Bigelow's Furniture Store, on Commercial et. 10-tf. Good Farm Horse for sale. 7-tf. A. fc G. Reshore. The best of baled Hay and Straw, for sale at Wilbur. 18-tf. Part of hotiae to ront several pleasant rooms. Inquire of F. II. Iiesbore. 7-tf. For snie or rent. None but responsible par ties need apply. Inqnir of 4-tf. COOPER & M08IIER. Robert Whaley. Terms $25 to insure. If paid within (5 months, 10 per cent. off. 5-tf. S. BlGELOW. Highest price in eash for Eggs, at Wilbur's Feed Store. M-tf. HOW TO ATTAIN SUCCESS. Without health, life is a lailure. Ykixow Eyes, Sallow Complexiox, Loss of Ai'petitb, Dyspepsia, Sick Heapachis, Biliocsness, and Constipation, is the result of a complaining Liver. MARCEaT'S Liver ani Anti-Bilioos CoMPoexn is acknowledged as a sure cure for tho enfeebled system. Poseseing "CASCARA SAGRADA," with other meritorious ingredients, makes it an in fallible remedy for Equaliiing the Cir dila tion, purifying the Bloop, and restoring to Perfect Health the enfeebled system. 75 cents per bottle. Farband, Willians & Co., Wholesale Drug gists, Detroit, Agents, Bold by C. L. Sherwood Dowagiac. June 16-ly. GO TO AZRO JONES' NEW GROCERY STORE. FRONT ST. For anything yon may need in the general grocery line. No prices advertised, but oall and get them and compare the goods and prices with any house in to wo. 13 tf. Niles Bread Rye, Whits DOWAGIAC Wo would remind our numerous m pared with a large and complete stock lOlioico Garden And shall continue to sell tbem by weight or measure as in tho pas six years. We are this year taking special pains to seoure fresh and reliable seeds. Garden makers please call. SWEET POTATO PLANTS grown and taken up fresh to order. A. & G. KESIIORE. DRY GOODS. G. H. Corner Front and Commercial Streets. Bargains in Dry Goods. Bargains in Mourning Goods, Blk Cashmeres. Momies. &o Sacrifices in Iadies out door Winter Garment The Dry Goods trade of 1879 was quite satisfactory. In a measure these special bargains may contribute to a like result in 1880. Artistic designs in Carpetings. Selections can now be made in Patterns that have eminated from the looms since the arrival of the New Year. The general excellency of my goods in connection with ex treme low prices, will doubtless interest the most fastidious and closest of buyers. 1. Carpet that cannot be placed elsewhere. 2. It pays to trade on the Corner. 3. Satisfaction guaranteed. 4. Inspection advised and invited. LINE Summer Goods AT tfreai uiotjUjig m HIESH & PHILLIPSON. WHITE VESTS, STRAW No trouble to UNPARALLELED SUCCESS OF THE W THE THIRD YEAR OF ITS EXISTENCE, ITS SALES AMOUNT TO y 54,853 Machines. NO OTHER MACHINE EVER HAD SUCH A RECORD OF POPULARITY. Zt Is tha Hgfttost-Sunninff, Easiest Selling, a&l Best Satisfying ttac&lai IN THE WORLD. gects v&aiei. J?er terms, addrot a White Sewing Machine Co., CLEVELAND, Oa Call and examine, or addrew, Aaron Zellxkr, Jr., Cussopolis, Mich. June IG-lOw. Farm For Sale. I oflr my valuable farm for sale consia- i l.ng of 20U acres: upwards of 130 tinder cul-1 tivation, plenty of good timber, the soil a timbered land opening, a good stron soil. RiHinins; water on the farm and good Hock water near the barn. No waste land on the place, stumps mostly ui, land lies level and free from stone. Improvements a home, barn, and good, large orchard, amall fruita, &c. Price and terms reasonable. Inquire on the premises, 5 miles north of Dowagiac and 1-2 mile east, in townshin of Wayne. March 10 6m 1. R. MQTT. neSewiilcto Fresh Daily. and Graham. SEED STORE. seed customers that we are again pre- of Needs In liiilK- LYL OF THE- mm HATS LINEN GOODS. show Croods. BEST IN THE WORLD 1 AJO BI-CARB. SODA vluch is tho samo thing. Impure Ba.lcra.tns or Bi-Crb HaJa. (which la tho some i liLng iioa alight, ly dirty white color, it may apyaar white, xamlaed by itself, hat COMPARISON WITH CHURCH CO'S " ARM ANBHAMMER" BRAND Will show the difference. Sec that voar Salermtna and ing Soda, la white and 1T11K. aa ahoald be ALL SIMILAR SUBSTAN CES aaed for rood, noasekeepera who prefer bread made wtN Cast, wiU LmprOTO ita quality , make It riaa tter aud pre Tent It from eourluc. by adai&f ono-half teaapoonrul of Church & Co. 'a Bod or Baieratoa. Be en re and not uae too lunch. The ttao of this with bout milk, in preference to Baking Powder, eavee twenty timea ita oeet. Soe one pound package for valuable informa tion and read carefully. SHOW THIS TO YOUR GROCER March 10-3m. Sale of Real Estate. QTATE OF MICHIGAN, O Cocntv or Bkbrikk, J81" In the matter of tho Estate ol Orrille S. Ab bott, deceased Notice is hereby eiven, that id pursuance of an order granted to the undersigned, Aduiiuia trator, with the wiM unncxd, of the estate of Said Orvillo S.- Abbott, deceased, by the Hcu. Judge of Probate for the County of Berricu, on the twenty-second day ol March, A.D., 1SS0, there will be soH at public vrndue, to the higb est bidder, at the trout door ot the dwelling house upon tbo promises hereinafter described in tho town of Volinia, in the County of Osaa in gaiil State, on Thursday, the fifth day of August, A. D , 1880, at four o'clock in the afternoon of tUat day (subjeet to all encumbrance by mort i gaire or otherwise existing at the timo of the j death of said deceased) the following described real estate, to wit: All that certain piece or I parcel of land situate in the County of Cass nod I State of Michigan described aa follows, Tit: The ncrth halt of tho north west quarter of seo- l'ou numDpr "Keen, C-) township number five, ('LL JSZ Mm ,,f uh JL L i-..' SOAU P. LOVERIDGE, Administrator, with the will annexed, ol Or rille S. Abbott, deceased iJu'eJ June 16th, 1880c Jono 23-7w. YOUNG MEN wR! sare tuonay by attending tfce Ludness College t KALAMAZOO, MICH. Send lor Journal. W. . PaKaOaW, Preet. May 19-3in.