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Tim QUEENS ItlEStfAtttt
New York, Aug. 10.
To the Hon. Jraident of the .Untied
Her Majestj dofiircs to congratulate
tke Prtiident upon the successful com
pletion of this great international work
in which the Queen has taken the deepest
Cjrua Station, N. F. Aug. 10.
To the Directors of the Atlautic Telegraph
Now York :
Europe and America are united by tel
egraph. Glory to God in the highest, on
enrtn peace, good will towards men. .
Signed, Dirkctors Atlantic Tkl-
New York, Aug. 10.
The hells of old Trinity are now ringing
a merry peal, flags are flying and cannons
tiring. The greatest enthusiasm every
where prevails at the joyful intelli
gence of thermion of America and Europe
hy telegraph, ...
THE i'UE8Il12'T'S ItEl'LY.
Washington, August 1C, In.'jS,
To Her Ma fat v. Victoria. Ottccnof (In at
The President cordially reeipr cat.J
t!n eogratulatious other Majesty, tho
Queen, on the success of the great "inter-
national enterprise accomplished bv the
.. P A.
("icRPP. slrl!! rf! lminmitri n!r f'HTr nf flip
.,v. - 7 - - trj "
It is . a triumph more glorious because
far more useful to mankind, than was
over won by conqueror ou the field of
May the Atlantic telegraph, under tho
blessing of Heaven, prove to be a bond of
perpetual peace and friendship betwe n
the kindred nations, and an instrument
destined by devinc Providence to diffuse
r. itrinllU l! f 5 1 1 7!l t All llluMtv Kill I'lTV i
throughout the world, lu this view, will
not all nations of Christendom spontaneous
ly unite in tho declaration that it fdiall
bo forever neutral a id that its communi
catiens shall bo forever neutral, and that
its communications shall bo held sacred
in the passage to their places of destina
tion even in the midt of hostilities,
About CJirl.t' Xnmes.
( y ra aro a very precis man, and wish
to be certain ot what you get, never
marry a girl named Ann : for wo have
the authority of Liii'lley Murray and
others than "an is an indefinite Article'
If you would like to have a wife who
is "one of a thousand," you should marry
an Emily or an Emma, for any printer
can tell vou that ' ems' nre always counted
If you uo not wish to nave a ouv, fly
idwit wif you should not marry one j
named Jcnn'; for vwry cotton-.jiinmr
4 Jviiows that jam im aro always on diet
If you want to marry belle, it is not
nrewaary that you should be a poxton,
jtiAt because you have to ring her at the
If you jnarry one named Margaret, you
may fear for the manner that tdie will
end h.T days, for 1: 1 tho world knows
that Pegs ' were made for h iii-mg
If v,MiPw;d, to snocov in V.i? v.a . .!
porter, you Miould marry Caroline, and ! l" branch, and . . llolnu-s.
treat her vcrv kindly; for so Ion- r, vou j '1 no Comnnttoe ou v..i;-u-.,tu!s reported
continue to do this you will bo pood" to!tl,c 1 lt.-s ni , attenaturce, viz:
TI.m moat xucestfmt wrter in tho
world, U he who always hound lu Ad
You may adore your wife, hut vou will
ho8urpa.4d in love when vu.r wile i.s a
Many men of high moral principle:, and
who would not gamhlc for tho world, .'"till
have not refuse to take a Hct.
Why he Didn't Vote.
Wo find the following in the Austin
(Texas) State Gazette, from the late Sen
ator Henderson, of Texas, giving his rea
eons for not voting upon the Kaunas Con
feienc Bill :
Puiladcli'HIA, May 3, 13jS.
Maj. Joim Mahaiiali.. My lcar Fir: I left
W'aabiosin city on day before yesterday evening,
juit after the final pa5aRO of the Kansas compro
nue bill. I did not vote on the liill at its pa.fno.
Oa the morning of tbo day tbc l ill finally parsed,
th Preaident toot for mo, and made such an arn
rtl and stroug appeal to roe to vote for the hill,
snd aid in laving bin Administration aud the iK rn
ocratic party of the North, as to induce me to leave
the Senate Chamber "and not vote at all, br I would
have ftlt bound to vote against the bill if I had I
We are an unfortunate pooplc; and when wo
ill be able to present tho question in a fhnpc to
-unit the majority of our poordo bv standing by
tlicir rights is hard to forssoe Yours,
1 ' Iir.NDK.'OX.
Wc arc certiiuly au " uufortuiute pco
j.le," when the President of the United
Stafes can so forget tho dignity of his of
fice, and the proprieties of public lifr, a.,
to tend for members of Contt.-s wi'.h a
view of persuading them to violate their j The lollowin-dcle-utes wt rj duly elect
own judgements. Who doci not see in ed to the State Convention, viz: Nathan
this letter an explanation of whole scores H- f' Anron Sj F'-'-'b anb Klisha
of Democrat voters ? It is the p.tron. ! ' ' xConvcnt ion then procded to bal
Jjrc of the government brought ?Q conflict iot fr dcleitcs to the C.-i.rcionalCon-with
tho freedom of elections'. vention.
Vn. RoiAck incinvjiti. 'f b mot brilliant
, , , nded tba practice of thi
ucecM ics to Ut. a u .
lbtd HwcdJ?b Proft-MOf .
'.ticinotti. Jb rcopt doperato -
ia, jcrofula, liver complaint, rbcumar.
.oupb 110 reported ly tbt sufferer
: . '. i I!, mcflif!"."
kti Yielded to hi " Scandinavian Ilcmcdi
The? medicines, it 'appear-, act chemically nr. u
tfct bkod furZ it f'onl tbc lnt"
and curing an infinite variety of diordcr., by cut
tin off the mpply of morbid matter which form?
tUir Usif. Tc?timony to thin effect, which n
ro irifkH, i- profferrl f aM who r- ar I
'.t m-l'.cf. if A hri'rr,ni
focal anb tiths Mm.
. FRIDAY MOIININU, - - AUGUST SO.
Our paper is delayed this week in con
sequenco of th'o absence of the editor ; but
wc presume our readers will readily
forgive us, for thereby wc are enabled to
give the result of tho State Convention
nearly a week in advaneo of what we
could have done, if wo had been out "on
NulKCiiters Attention !
And renu mber, that our paper costs us
cadi not a .luet ran be ubtnined without
"caah on the nail;" that nothing but
cash will pay 'the vajes, f.oard,and tradi
imj of our workmen ; that our rent, in
surance,ropairs, furnishing new material in
place of that which is constantly wearing
out, all co.stsus cash. Remember that last
spriug in April the volume of our paper
expired, leaving a large number of our
subscribers in arrears ; that we have fur
nish the paper to lliem for nearly yix
months, at u heavy expense, without a
word of complaining or fault finding, be-
leaving that the times would ehango and
that our friends would respond to oureill
at tjl0 SOOUcst practicable period. After
, . , . i ,
harvest h:is now eomcand v.ecxieet every
. ,. i., aini.,,..,,w;i,.,Ii,i,;L,
party aucbthe success of his county paper to
come up cheerfully and without delay can
c tl his subscription dues, that we may be
able to strike with greater cfliecney ami
mom telling effect, in the contest which is
ju-t coming on. Friends, remember the
This week wc n:a:k a ero.-s fX) against
w of (:u h 'bcriber who.. M;b
seription has expired, and who is now in
debted to us for his paper, Recollect
friends, our terms are 1 in r.dvanee, or
SI,.')!) if not paid within six months.
True, the amount is small from each sub.
scriber but our receipts are all made up
from littles, and these littles we must have
in order to sustain our county paper.
Ox DnoW.NKI. One day last weelc
Mr. D. W. Ahrams lost an ox by di own
iu The circumstances i.re these: He
had been working the oxen during the
day and upon going into supper, drove
thorn into a mud-puddle by the roadside
and left them standing there in the yoke.
On going out f.om supper lie h.und one
of them down in the water and dead.
'ri. ..-..(.. .,1.,,!. iv,ii iiw.lw.c lr.1
lHKrrIin of tli ltrubliran Comity
.i a Lonvcniiou 01 ieicjraics irom uic
several townships ot Van' IJurcn County,
convened at the Court House, in Paw
Paw, ou the 11th of Aug., 158, at one
o'clock, P. M., Woh.-ott Keeler was elect
ed Chairman, and S. II. Ulackman was
cho?i 11 SvOi'( tary.
On motion, a eommittec on credentials
appointed by the chair, consi;-iting of
- hh Andrf w-,(i). Ucnurtt, M . Detnick,
pi- ' iV'''
I MirKiiiney, J.disi Ihint., ltzm Holmes,
j .'Hid Jt. ( iilnnn.
4. II 111 V flll'.l.T
j ArunOm-U C. Primer, J. Woodard,
. I. oodavd, arnl l)rai Lewi?.
liavjnr .Hotter llnpptn,!'. an.UK.tn,
and E. P. Harney.
Iff tan i)itlali None.
D,ratur. A. Van Sickle, O. S. Welch,
(ico. Bennett, Y. H. Kcclcr, and I).
a m if ton Tru m a n Fos t c r.
IitrtJord Martin, Jiurglcs, K. Beehe,
aud fi. W. Day.
Kcclcr Charles Puneombc, S. W. Dun
combe, M. Diuiick.
Laicrcncft Kutou IJranch, T. K. Irwin,
Dtnj. llandall, and D. (jage.
LafaJfUc-S. Murch, Josiali Androws,S.
H. niackman, .M. S. Uowen, A. W.Xash,
A.M. rulraer, A. It. Wilder, and O.
... ' ' x.
June Grave oiie.
Jurt'.r A. Uryant, J. Webber, Join
Rirl-r-r nn.l A. C, Wri"ht.
c, . jr T 1 v ...
South Haven John r. Ulthey, A. ??.
Wan rlj None.
The report va accepted .ind adopted,
and the committe discharged.
On motion, the Chairman .nppointed
two tellers to count tho ballots tor debv
patcs, viz: John McKinney and . J.
The Convention then proceeded to)al!ot
i for dclecr.itcis to the State Convention.
The fol lowing persons were duly elected
aid delegate?, viz: (larrct A. Van h'ickle,
Joriah Andrew.", and i'hiiottn ilnyden.
The following persons were elected dcl
crafes to the Senatorial Convention at
j aw I'ar ; (tco lennctt, John Hunt.'
; Eton Jkanch, ivosittr ilop; tn, Asjhtl '
' . . t- O . . 1 . . I
UryaiiJ; Msrtin Ku-rU:
On inOvion it was
Knh,,It That the County Of mciti 'C be xi
f(uc5td to fall tb", Coavejtton f.r uoroiflltiEf
County ftficcr, at a? early a day a? practicable
J(notvc-f, That tho prorctdingt of thr. C.nnxrn.
t'nn Va ptblihed ia tba True .VnrfSf:
0,1 wtin adjoarze'i "tnie. dir."
Sellick & Foot's Column-
Now is the Time to
Hard Timc3 Made Eay
l'.V CALL IN e AT THK
"LONG BRICK STORE"
SELLICK k FOOTE
Are now tl.tily receiving their rail Ht-nl:
('-mpri Aug iivt.rvthin; in tin.-
BOOTS k SHOES,
AND CIROCKHY LINK;
Whi.-Ii f-'i- Kxtrut, Vio'nty aii.l C'In-:i
ccml-ii:e'l, siiri'.i-.-r- cvcrylliinjr liithcrt)
brt'ii'lit t I ho vii!a' cf l'aw Taw.
The j JiUie :ire imilcl to call
mi l avail thcmytlvcs of 501110
cf the inort
Kvcr hi'.ird f in YwrUm Mit hig?m. To the
l?nili abroad, a well n? to tli'?e in uur
i!iinuditt!'- ii'iiy. Vi w.nl 1 ;iy
th it wo urn uv pivparod t- S r
U 1 l.'-'UU-M t -i t hllVCi'.s i 1. y
(J.;.id. and Ofcoric-,
Prc-ontod by any tradesmen in thid i?ccti':i t l'
country. Tho llcady.ray Sysdoni f d-.dng
bii-iuc-s, whiili has f.r many years
characterized thi e.tah!ilnnonf,
will still le intlcxibly observ
ed, and we feci ronfidcut
that this iiysteia will
meet tho views
of all iu
telli. cut people. In addition to the above,
WE ARE NOW RECEIVING
A large quantity of
Salt, price - - ?J iTi per lib!.
' '.l " f u'um an'tU' ai v 1
I ' ir u 4 ' "
! ; 1 tr 'l
ure or uu"111'-
Liusced and Sperm Oil, (Mas.-, Satdi, and S
... , .i.r.i . .1
i'O Ilhd'fl Sugar, primo artii do, at 9 ct.. " lb.
Ware ; al.-'o, a ncr lot of that celebrated
actually worth 75 ct., wbi.-h wo fell at f) ct?.
And. in fact, w have in t'n and aio
receiving every description of
WILL ft KM ARK tilt YIMtY I.nW
TO INSURi: A
i;I:LLICK A TOOIE,
Taw I aw, August 3, 153.
LARD, BUT ICR an I 1 LOt'H
for tile by Z. I r.
CLOVER and TIMOTHY SEED,
f.r :,a!e by i. I T.
MfCIIIOAN Cr.NTIlAI. RAILROAD.
Detroit, April 1, 18.08. j
0V AM) ATl'lIlt MONDAY, MAY 10,
Puongcr Trains will lcuvo Lawtm, (I'iuy
1'aw Malionj a loiiows :
PSSKNCKH TRAILS WKSTWA1W.
N. Y. Knpros leaves ftt 4 1 .' 1'. ?,T.
Nigt.t 1 60 A. M.
i'Assr..';i:ii trains kastwahiv
N. V. KxproM lcuvcs ht 11 4 ." A. .f.
Ni.-ht . 10 (17 A. M. 1
n. x. hick, (itu'i isui-t. j
ISTEW YORK j
3700 Facts for Tho PEOPLE,
LOOK AT THH ......l-MX
And Find Them ! !
KII.UUUX A IIT'ISON I- v.;iV.lyui!.
nouuee that they buv ; 1 V..'.n,;
to their stock vn.--i.-tiii; i'
Din as ax) Mr:ni('!x;st
FAMILY (:UOCi;i!Ii:s; Pl'llK Lin
UOllS, ALCOHOL, I1UANDV,
ciioici: uiiANDs or
& Kllti KALS
phppki:, spici-:, CASSIA,
CLOYKS, STA11CH, 11111) SHKI,
SOPA, CAN PLKS, SOAP, MATCHKS,
AND FISH. All KINDS of
JEWELERY, YANKEE NOTIONS
PAINTS AND Ol LS,
V,'LDOY CLASS AND Pt'TTY.
! Now is vo'jr time, as we v.va selling at
u -."l vices. You will have but to call
' and bo cuiivinoetf.
Kii.i;ti;N' l- III i)s..
Paw liw, Feb. 11, 1S.". ly.
1ST E "W
Grocery & Provision
S T O 11 Ji: .
VALMCIl L ?1I1:LI0X,
At the. old .-.m l of Jared raliurr. nrth sido of
Main Street, twi, .lours we,t of the iv,t Oflu c,
Are Now Receiving
.lu Entire new tjck f
f(..n-i.tin in part of
SUGAK, TKA, COFFEE, SOAT,
tnrth, Candle?. Oil, Tobacco, IVarnin- I'lnid,
Our poods arc New, l-'rcli and 1 i;:,! .it tl.r
pre.-eiit rlrprof-?r I pri'-cs, and will h. foil
rhrap! Cheap!! Cheap!!!' Cheap!!!!
i:cfor purcha:-!. eUewlurc, you will find i I f- r
your interest t call and examine our .-tor.. Ad-'
Taw Paw. May IT., 13.'..
.1. ialmi;h, ifii.iy. n. c. siikldo.v.
.:vcn miles north of Paw paw, ij AVa.erlv
Towuhip. . I
KAUL C!o.f - Proprietojs. J
Msnuh'trers and dealers ia nil kinds rf
GKEi:N & SEASONED U1MUKR,
f cn.Mting of
SIDING, FX.OOIIING, SCANTLING!
BLlLJMu H.MllhK, fcc,
& PricM in i,e t tk.
E X II I B I T I 0 X
!.,ust ,,,,;!,,,.,., ia X,T V,,,!;, ::,! the
Ma,n!aoitui:.r (Jitie of Xcw Knaland at
;ioatly Ilr.iucod Pricey lor tho
SPllINCr Til AD i:
A. Sherman & Co.'s
v i; nx j s mi n cs
C iVI I () K I II A7!
X J. v- J-V J J y
Vast ou.antitffs of (ioh of all I:iiL
j fir t ) th men upon t,ic murU'.t tins
1 Syry, a,i-( " rapped off'" at forced
J in ctn.: fence of the eprat ftnancittl
j rash, (iittl SlIF.nMAN has Lcm there find
is cured fnonnous pile a of
j Staple and Fancy
Ready Made Clothing,
Well made, and Fashionable Styles
BOOTS & SHOES
lr I.adivi aud Jentlcruoni wear.
Including the best Sugar JIuus Syrup; Fresh
Tea", of all gradcH , Caudles ; Tobacco ;
Ac, all bought exclusive f.r the
trade of Western Michi
gan. We can
j our-M and now customers
j t i.. t t
Our fti.ro is rratnmed from cellar t' attic with
i;.,f,da "f every KINI, QTAMTV, I'ATTKKN
stym: and tin is 11.
Pantaloons Trni .M ct . to $H.
('ats, t", rjh!rtr.i"KC nccordiiisly.
i' I'llI X J AND SUM MI. It SIIAL.S.
i t , Dr0? . ,;,.c,i.s nil r.ra.'.cs and Trices from f,d,
:,( IIKST BROCADE SILK.
; . fri'ft fhae ig ncjfhinj in the world oj j '
trad; th-tf jmt cannot find ai (his veil
istiiblidied commercial resort f
A. SIIKUMAN & CO.,
AN r.XIM'.niKNCKI) TAII.OK
i , c. MM' iif 1 w'n'i "ur R- til dishuunt who u pre
j ,ired at ailtiriH.; to cut ai 1 make C,ent!emn
(i.in ient in the l.-.tct
-A l.so, "i n -
Sl-IOE SI-I O P
,,.fin r,lullifl, HlltI r.r,-parcd, as usual, l- do the
, work f.,r TilI or c.,uatrv WCJtr.
C03IB ON TIIKX,
And t'e our Good, and if V0, have
jch, h-e rholl be enabled, by our
To draio it irnt'nij from mr pickett.
cash Paid For Wheat,
! i;?.Tr. A rHHF.MAV ' C.
JJ'JJL ... 1 . 1 -l"
DU. KOBAOK .S
BLOOD PURIFIER AND
lr. Hvlatk't Scandinavian ltevi:'Jlc.
y III tVt H fuS K U
Tl , IT
rrr.i: years or study and Exri;ur.
i Mi:. N'T. Koback. the eminent Swedish
j I'JiVrfiviai', .suc'ccltMl in producing a mediciro
j U'm twoniy-tLrcj difTcrent srecics cf mountain
licit j. el tin r.ativo land, wbicn aitu directly u,nx
tLf rau'ifl ofdiai-o in the Hood, and by restoring
tl.ff coir.i;. ttd fouutain of life to a condition of
Ira'tL ur.'L purity, cxpcU diseaso from the pytem,
wlitTf-vt-r i nay" he locatod, or Trhatoter may bo
t- cbartT. ir.n, roai eopPr
. 1 t .-'.Me und ether fit :. cot:irhs. consumption ia ita
r!v tfl.v, f io tl.rcat, bronchitis, fevor ud
aV-' a-tT.ji'.a, low fphi'.3, seiual incapacity, femin
v.o wcaknt?, licr.Lj: of the skin, aymptomatii
if rfira!v'iJ, riiouniati.-jD, r.-traigia, tenor, cancer,
u'.vlrtp", bsituJe and UuLility, diarihca, and aJl
othrr tiistir-lcrs of tic crcans of rsiuration. tte lir-
f:r, thi? ki'3'i:y tbc fctouiucb-, Iho ncrre8, or tho
I uiu.scal-ir fl i, 11 r. untuinly currd by this prcpa
j ration. U i. to 1ho innterir-i KKrLi or sccda of ui?
I cn.;r wh.it au alkali to an aci J ; it neutralize
j O.dii with a'waoluto ccriaiuiy, whilo at the saso
j tir-ie it roulatri tho Fecretioin, rctnovas obstruo
j tinv.s from ih htfl.', creates nj.pciite, rwf
j bodily i?' r, ami ragont-rati'S every animal func
I tion. Such it; tlc i.aturo, puch are tho clTecta of
j Dr. Ilobn' k'a fjonou .Scaiulinavian Elood Purifier,
which, if lhcn in cr.j';r.cti''n witl hJ Scandina-
I vi-rn Td..f.,M'ii!rf, will not only ol.literatotlio 1
j j, tinful d:.ica.-:o, hut provcut their rccvrrcncp,
I'.Tthca life lcy nd the orriinnrv ?tua.
Tn tl; SCANIjINAVIAN VKLU'IABU: Bi.ood
ril.I. lr. Ilobarls prcscuta tho result of twoutv
j var.j ui cxTcrkfccoj hard study aud experiuont a.
. .V.,4 -r ... ,.1 1,1 1 -V ,.
,iyUlt their nij.fri'.rity aftrr one yu trial. Prio
rf tho f-'candiiin vim Flood Purifier, ti por lotue-,
r f.'. p -r bali'.do7-n ; Scandinaivian VA Till,
centa per dozen, or f.vc or SI.
1'i'itr, Miami Co., Ind., Aup. 4,
Dit. C. V". RonA( K. I have received ao much
benefit from your .Scandinavian Llood Purifier and
Uiood Pills. thtt I ha ao thought it my duty, and
it is no lcn my inclination, to cite you a plaiu
Ktntrmrnt of my case. I was fur years aUlctod
witn that ban of al! comfort, and inefficiency in
businc, dy?j.cpsia. To recapitulato all the fo
eallcd remedied which I have used to rid myself of
thi dira.c, would indeed make a melancholy cat
n'oii,'v. I ulrfo con.'ultcd with the best physician
I could bear of. I was induced t try your reme
dies through tho pnnxasiocs of a friend, and aftor
using them a few days was greatly benefitted, and
in a short time, lcfs than a month, I was entirely
and pcrmantntly cured. I wai also afflicted with
the most violent nervous headache, wbieh I sup
posed was produced by my disordered etoraach, for
when my dyspepsia left mf, my headache left with
It. I new feel better in every respect than I bavo
f.r ttn yenr?. Verv truly Tour?,
" J0IIY 8. DEMUTIL
From tho Rev. Mr. JL-Mullcn, Taylor of Rob.
crfs Chapel : IxManatoup, Oct. 5, 1957.
Dr. C. W. Roback Dear Sir: I have used
your Blood Purifier fer a ncrvona affection, from
which 1 have suffered much at times. While it ii
pleasant to the taste, if certainly has a happy effect
upon tho nerrcs- Please except my thaskft for
rour kind regarda and acts, and believe no,
Yours, J. W. T. MCMULLEN".
OiNCiJTSATi, Triday, Sept. 4, 1857.
Du. Roback Dear Sir: Having been afflicted
with neuralgia or rheumatism for the pastyoax
and a half, and having seen your modicinc, called
tbo Scandinavian Blood Purifier, highly recom
mended by gentlemen with whom I am acquantod,
I was induced to try it,.but before I had used ra
rious other medicine?. After using twe bottles, I
felt its r fleet very sensibly, and upon using two
more, I found myself poifretly cured. You will
allow mc, therefore, to congratulate you upon ma
kiug a discovery in medicine which is proving it
self to bo a worker of such wondcrr. in the uica3a
of tho human family.
CiEOJtGE S. BENNETT,
L;-cal Editor, Cincinnati Daily Enquirer.
I.xn!AAroi.i3, Sept. 2, 1357.
Du. C. V Roback Dear Sir. Having been
truuoled for several years with cxtremo debility
and weakness, go much ho that I was unable to
attend to my ordinary binine-s at liuics, end hav
ing hoard of tho wonderful cures-that your Scandi
navian Bloou Purifier and Pills were vffoctiug, I
w.h induced by a friend to try them.
I have been using the Purifier for the last twclvw
months, and find tho mcdicino fully equal to its
recommendations. So valuable is its uac to nc that
I cannot now dt?pcu.ac with tho ure of it at my ad-vnii'-e
d agr of life seventy -iivcn years.
I cheerfully give thi information for tho benefit
of those singularly afflicted.
Tho above certificates and nuny other?, can Lo
soon at my ofiieo by any one at ar.y time. Oct ore
of my Family Almanacs, grat'n, fr-m my agents.
Manufactory. Sales-ro.m.'j and OTue, No. 8 East
Fourth street, oil building from Main Streot, Cin
Sold by S. C. (t RIMES .t Co., Paw Taw, Rcrr
.t Lockwoop, Lawrence, and by Druggists ami
OR. W. BRQWHn
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Dr. W. Frown enn bo f,mnd at all tira-t at ls
room? over Tmon, Wnrren and Co's Store, and
i prepared to rxecuto elegantly and well, all
kind of work in the linc of bia profession.
Teeth extract--!, filled with gold or silver foil
and c?w ons inserted, singly or in setts, nron
tho most improved principles of the art. 147.
T.tk'u intliftno-t superb and life-like manner, aid
put up iu superior
styli: axd rixisn.
1, 1 bo'f and (ientlcman arc invited o call at h
offi' i nn I (tai'cry nn 1 rxnmine for thetas'lr.
Cbarg' in accordance with the fime.
Pawpaw, Mi-h. 117-lf. W. Bton?
C. A. SIIEHMAN,
S TA G ; PR O PR IE TOR.
?tvos leave Paw Paw vjiljfl nd c onnett a
th Station, fou h-e of Michigan CtntraJ Rail
float,) with, all re-ular pa.enger trains EaM and
We.-t--rcU'.rning to tha village., on arrival of
S Tr P.i;.--ea-f ;s c.irned at tiiiie
Par- Ts and Lwtn, Lxtrai call' between
all hour Tipo Office n'a v t for, run at
where Hxprris p.i.ka;c x b- xcbmtf" tf 't
el and rffe'irri. g bo deposit-
jr jfy.-'WTT.i ' y ' '
fx i? r ,os & uahunc, cf