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ter r eutly written bv Hou. James F. Joy. pnillittnl ot the Michigan (Vutral Railroad Company, to F. O. Wyatt, Ktu, ihu-i lugiueer of the Wisconsin !; !rond. It UXSOhsf up Hm L.;tuuger apirtinn, sad viB bt read with later of uDmOR Juue 8 lv7l. H )ear Sir I am iut ROOM from Boston and Nw York, wIkiv I btve I), . ii n attily to make the effort to extend tin VViMOoain Valley road to Wimml ,sin c I mi you and authorized you to IM that we would extend t he road be yond Kuowltou. the act of the Legisla ture regulating the rate. and hffSfl :it wbtotl bojiDSSfl may bt done uu the rail roads ol that State, bea been published and boeoeee known to tbo world. The i tli i t has been such a5 to render it al BOtt, if not 'juite impossible to induce capitalist' t put money into that kind of jroi erty in the State at present, and it nejf iu conwejueuce be, wholly out ef our power to accomplish the extension. 1 And all capitalists discouraged and al ines' ho iloil il to the future of rail-roadt- in vour State. Tin v leein even to prefer to totally loss all they have invested there, rather than make the ef fort U) save it by aidiug the asossssry improvements aud extensions requisite to girt value to existing property For myself, notwithstanding the un fortunate notion of the Legislature, I would do my part -.o make this exten sion k Dtocieory hath to the countn and to the welfare ot the existing road At present however. I d iit Me auy nope for it The effect ol tbe Isgials tion upon the minds of tbose who hae bem in the habit of inventing in thil tpeoiei of property has been te pro found sod diseoursffing to be overcame pparently, and I fear that all my ef fort will be unavailing t induce others load with me and push forward the rood As 1 myself judge, tni.- warfare upon railroad property will pass away The J ublk even the granger cannot atlord to cripple existing road.-. r pre ent the building or completing of new aud m Pessary ones. They will not like either to go back to the old system, of mud roads, or compel all the new sec tions ot the State to forever us' them. Believing myself that this epidemic in sanity with regard to railroads will pass SWS) at an early period, and a Wiser :ind better aud more s table feeling will take it.- pit e. and that they will again beeupported and sustained, and lw a gaiii treated with justice and fairness, it will be with deep regret that I -hall be compelled, it that shall be the case. U allow the Wisconsin Valley Road to r ; tain with its northern end at Knowl- ton. w tt. own interests, the interests ot the couutry north, and the public iu terosts requite Its immediate extension to Wnusau Yeurs truly. J AUKS F. Jor. MP, S. As WO had promised aud should have been able to extend to Wansnu this jeer, perhaps ns it ii now likely that we can not. vou should let our friends know the reason why they will bs disappointed in their hop - .tf laril from (ivo. H'. Hnw To tbe Flitor of the Telegraph i 1 wish to 1ST a word through our psjM ; to tb I ! I t .111- uuor ueaiers an-i puma. genersil iu regard to tbe dastardly outrage perpetrsted last Saturday uijzht ii)(ri over seventy partly finished (fiue seeded) slab- of marble in our back yarn. A bottle of morsoi ink I Arnold's nvitiog flnid) srai oasd to L. sasnr, and , beta lick for ovst s month, and at about il possible, Spoil I large lot of valuable 0cloek on the night of the day be marllc To UqilOf dealer I would bay. ! t-orc meQtioned. broke through the door wnai many oi you very veil snow, tnat i, ourtng my rssiasnce here oi uenriy fort) ysan Lac osvsr been regarded as m trlct totsl sbsttosncs man, and have i of I SOB M iti fsot, and that at ahc cum uicn( smont of the present li UOr excite snsnl 1 , well knowing that the Michigan liquor law had been, since the war at loss! slmost a dead letter on our .stat ute brick, and knowing that more or leu damage and lost would br borne by mSB in the li juor traffic if compelled t clcxe up, proposod publicly and in ;"' faith to cive in nropertv (monev beim? ittHM with me), one hundred dollars. i i r ' not -to prosecute them, but to help make go, d tt I. - to them in closing up their I Ui it I can, I think, truthtullv hay tiat bj tar the greater portion of liquor men could not in any event he in duced to perpetrate such an outrage ecn if I had bstO making comj luints and tSStiiymg aga;n.-t them, which it is well known I have not. V t while I SttHsnly exonerate ii juor men ss a class from any knowledge or connection with thih outrage, I am most tully convinced that some one or more persons in their intrcht, ard in sympathy with their bnsiatSS. bis given me a very risible hint to keep silent in future i i the lie nor jtiestioc. The damage is n t t me alone. My non, whose every dollar in the world is m the bnsfaMSS and who OSS taken no ptli m the liquor movement, i. ojuallj lbs IpSSr; bat a regards him. I much I refer that every dollar he has in the world be rank, srsn in this wav, thau thnl he should be a victim of the terrible acourge that ha- so fearfully afflicted our oountr). My advice ha been, and still in, that n indiftive prosecutions he en tertained, and tLc moment any one should in good faith -juit the businesti, thnt H eonplti&ta against him be dis MSSSSi Tht e iwardly and egregiouslv oonUmptible -utrage haa, instead of closing my moatk, OfSJjsi it the wider, and I now withdraw the offer I made to remunerate li luor-men ior the lo.e they may incur in voluntarily eloping buwuoH. and .ubtitute another for a diffirent obj ot We have now a BJJB jitne.it BUM id, r. vlv to letter, worth $150. I offer this for sale, and will hold the orlor open till July 4th, and and will put it up auy where iu thil county, or where we put up marble out ot the county, payment tor Uie same t the county, payment tor Uie same 10 S3u?Stffi be mans 1 emperaiio- zoo, the avails to be expended in enforc- iuir th :,.,u-)r laws ot our State; and 1 will rurtner od that, should ine out- rtM be repeated, T shall offer more i i. n l le lot sale on the same terms. u'b'. W. WrvsLow. KsisBMSeo June 1 1874: a V. UBS in K G ua.v E. The social features ol the tirango is one of its best desnOBH of success. Farmers' wives and daughters have tOO little uppurtuni ty to '. isit their neighbors. The social oninvmAntfl are swallowed uri in th i J t , l l ' drudgery ol the kitchen, dairy, garden UQ uuiser). xueii uuii) ines are too much like the tread-mill routine. Iu the monthly meetings of the Grange, while they lend I sanctifying influence, they are revived in spirits, instructed by an exchange ot opinions about house hold duties, the changes iu fashions, SI well as the bent means of turning the products of the dairy, the eggs, chickens, or other surplus, to the best account lor pin-money. They can do good in the i range, aud wherever they arc use ful, there is the pla.e for women. Ln the past three yOSTS in the rauge we ha o seen women awakened to a new life. Where adnecn, aud indirlere-nee were visible in every lineaiueut, life, energy and vivacity have prung up anew, lightening her labors, making her more eheerful iu her family, and re- tninding her hnsbsnd o( former days. The Wi men go t" to i range BOSjlhh aud there meet and talk with fries U and nsighbon that otherwise they would not meet for the entire winter. There they discuss the -juestions of the best magazines, agrieultural papers, and new books that have come into the neigh borhood. There they learn of the eases ot sickness or want either in or out of the Grange, aud take the steps to provide for such eases. There they lesro the eharaeter of the young ladies 01 y ling men who have come into the neighborhood, with whom their iooi and daughters may fall in company. They go to the G range to get rid of their ton ipirits, their Lonesomeness, and to satisfy their longing after society and consents spirits. Let the women come, iney are ueeucu wnerever iucji can uu us or themaelref goo.. Iney are needed in the lirangt? to keep up its Internets, when sil other sources fail. They Kive it dicnitv and character. Thcv nurit'v its atmotsphcrc and rotinc all its dcuberstions. Without them the l.rw-t loai-t wuld choke iu our throats, aud uo ouo would look forward with interest to il.eir next mouthiy meeting, without thflSS who always cheer our pathway. Aud those Grange that meet only evenings at country lehool-honsss arc lining nearly all the delightful social features of the 1'a tronb. Come to the Grange, ladies, and talk about what you please. Wear your best calico, and be relieved for a law boom trom the drudcrerv of the , hou and faSlily, uud you will fed tor i i i i: ! the month a renewed pleasure in lif , :m VAtxr iliiti.'x will lio rtliiVM tt hull , t,lt?ir l)ur,itiU, I " J ..... moat siuirulsr ooenrrsnoe took olsoe at tlu ho un: of William Bedell, in thi villa.'. u Wcdnoftday nig'ut ot' last week. A horse belonfrin to him. had i the Stable in which he was eontioed and nssssd ever two fences reached the house, where he broke down the door and pssssd into tttS dwelling. PsJSSd acre?-h the room, he stepped upon the lounge and thrust his head through the window, aud in this pictures' jue condi tion remained until he was discovered by those he bad alarmed by the noi.-e he made in breakiug mto the house. The female portion of the family were SSI ID the utmost dismay. Mr liedell 1 n Y,a r.hWa ..nl ...:..i u.. .1,..- uviug .jumtjiA uy lvtu ui luice umti j meu they succeeded in throwing the i horss down and ssonriu Sam. He was tneu Knocsea on tne neaa una Kiuea I vagtQA Republican. Ex Lientnsn governor "Woodford is SOttlOtbing "la wag. 1'poti heing in formed lately that there had been -onic qUSStion iu the council of the new Bpis copal Cbnteb as to whether, in the framina of tut . uma it .hiKil,l ,o tirn wiAaA Ammmm akiMiU r.,oV.l for onlv while in session, Mr. Woodford drilv remarked that he tttOUfttt that dy needed praying for all the time boon s lOSilv candid with a cor a j r ,. ; respondent ot the Tittshurg Leader, a w m who Bays " bjeaking with Governor seventy-one one-bundredths dollars which it Woodford, ot New York, to-day About S2!f OTSMS- day of Jme. 1874. ' , ' . . tbe day of the brst publication of this notice iMelllf-h. 1 asked him what bethought and whereas default has been made in the pay id his chances lor recovery. The iov- ment ot the aaoney secured bv said mortgage. . . - , i and no r-uit or proceedings having beeu insti- ernor .straightened up with a solemn tuted at law to recover the debt bow cla-med look, as he said : "A man who has left to be due upon said bond and mortgage or any a rood home, wife and two children. P thereof, the aaid mortgage wiU bo fore- "a a n,i uKntmtl that innnrt uim to come to Cougrest, is not, in my opin- i . ion, a person suitaoie to pase judgment upon the sanity of his colleagues. Th ' MiooigSB (JlifSnit College pa per i? eouducted by ma.-culine students. yc bslisT( sad tley make very compli mentary allusions to their feminine com nositors ' Thev pertinaciously keep their hssJtfa iud .strength in a way that is aL'irravatiU". and thcv persist in evinc- . -fe i " l mg an ability tor close and continued mental labor which, to the ordinary esti- maior oi RWii "r.iu rw.., -r like pure willfulues? " TAKE NOTICE! Having re-norchteed my old ft , . nil P holograph i c Gallery Mvold Cuatomere and r'nendn will find me r LV "T. w ""VT w Kindrt aud Htvleu. u an artistic maimer. I have (Uncharged my help and shall do all my own work hereafter, ao you can rely ou hav ing tirst-elaHH work. Thankful for naot patron age, I hope, by honorable dealing and giving tiret-elauH work, to still receive your favora. Butter. Eggu, and f arm I 'roduce taken for Pictures, when ya have not the money ; bo come right along and have your pictures taken while in good health. My Uron-fii ami i rtnh''Vi STORE, la Htnl in running order and where yon can and nrat-claHn UOUhS aa cheap aa tbe cneapeat Mv i otfee Mill ia turning out large p.iantitiea 0f pure ground ( offee dailv. ttre ;d door eaat of Ivcknian H uae. Van Fomu'i Block J H. PRATER. Grand Opening! -OF- 11 N I : Entire KK1 Ntw Stock oi ALJS. all the Latest Stvlt HATS, BONNETS, RIBBONS, FLOWEfttS, FANCY QOOD Ever shown hero. etc Magnificent Display of all the Novelties of the Season, under the management A First Class Milliner. Ladies can rely upon finding a large variety t select from and at the Lowest Possible Prices, at W. J. Sellick's. Look Hebk ! Nice convenient limb ttooms and Matbing convenience can be :iad at ira I'landers' at tbe east end of Water street. The ladieu are especially invited to examine tbe arrangement for their convenience. Price for use of Bath i;oomd. ten oeuta per bead. June 1st. 1874. I001t4 'lrii:a' ta I . Default having been made in tbe conditions of a certain mortEafre wbereby the power therein contained to sell , baa become operative, executed by Harriet L. ' Koous. of the township Antwerp. Van Bu- i ren Count v. Michigan, to Thomas :'. Winegar. of Van iiuren county, Michigan, and bearing late the eleventh day of February, a. d. one I thousand eight hundred and seventy-three, and recorded m the office of tbe Register of Deeds for aid County of Van Dureu. state of , Michigan, on the thirtieth day of October, a. d. one thousand aarh; hundred and seventy-three in Liber tour 4 of mortgages, on page two hundred and anty-oue. hich said mortgage was duly assigned on ttie twenty-ninth day of October, eighteen hundred and seventy-three, bv the said Thomas 1'. Vinegar, to Albert R. Wildey. of an liuren ( ounty. Michigan, which , said assignment was recorded m said BegiaStc a office, ot Van Buren County, on the thirtieth iav or I ctober. eighteen hundred aud aeventv three, in Liber nine (V) of MOrtgagM, on i ag seventy-rlve. upon which eat'l mortgage there id claimed to be lue and unpaid thereon at the date of thin notice, the diini of eiuhtv-nue do!- lare and Mitvavea oenta, and no suit or proceedings hav.u I een instituted o recover any part thereo-'. Notice .. therefore hereby given, that on Saturday, the twelfth day of September, a. v.. 1S74, at one o'clock :n the afternoon of tl.at day. 1 hall sell at public auc t.on. to the highest bidder, at the front door of tbe Van Daren County Circuit Court House, in the V illage of I'aw Paw, the premises described la said mortgage, or to mirt. thereof, at shall be necessary v satiety the amount then due on eaid mortgage with tiie interest and costs, to gether wit.i an attorney fee of twenty-five dol lars, stipulated for in said mortgage, that is to say. the following described real estate, viz: .J1 ot :ier rii,'ht. title and interest to and in that piece or parcel of land known and de scribed as the north-east tpurter of the south east quarter of section twenty-nine, town three south, of range thirteen wet. Michigan." lOQttlfl Iated 1'aw 1'aw. June lutb. H71. LHKur K. WiLDKY. Assignee. Mnrtmsjc fcale. -Whereas. Charles H. of March, a. d., 17. made and executed a mortgage to -ohn N. staples if the citv of Chicago, county of I ook, and HUto of Illinois toaecurethe sum or seven tbousand dollars with interest at the rate of ten per cent, per WJ! Three thousand live huitred dollarn with in terest at ten per cent, on whoie amount, ou or before September tint, eighteen hundred and seventy-two. 1 172 1 and the remaining three tnousand and hve hundred dollar, with in terest on all sums unpaid on or before Sep tember rirt. eighteen hundred aud seventy three. (IH73) according to the conditions of a certain bond bearing even date with said mort gage and execute! by the Hid Charles H. Hhep ard. to the said John N. Staple, for tbe sum of seven tbouxand dollars payable as aforesaid hich aaid mortgage was reeorded in the Iieg-! and for an Huren t ountv state of Michigan, m B "li Liber " 1." of Mortgages, , jum of sil thousand and principal and tbe sum of one thousand and seventy-nine and nineteen one-bundredths dol- ma luwawi. mh.u Kleiner luesani or seven thousand, one hundred and furty-mue and , :fLgi .Pws.oy nrwsot deatpubhc auction, on Saturday, the fifth uv iji neuujuiner uexi. mi twelve o ciocK. noon. hlheat bldder (8ale to uke place at tbe front door of the Van Kuren ountv Circmt court House, in tbe Village of Paw Paw.) the promisee described in said mortgage, (or o mucb tbereof as xhail be necessary- to Natisfy tbe amount due ou such mortgage, with ten Mi. interest, and legal osts. together with an Attorney fee of tbirty dollari cove nanted for therein.) that is to say. the fnl'.iw ing piece or parcel of land, situated m Van Hu The north Pactional half of sections three and ron (,ouny. ;n tbe Mate of Michigan, viz tour m iowimbip number two. wuth. of SUM number seventeen wet. containing WTCn hundred and twenty acree. more or !e. Dated Paw Paw. June 12th, k. o.. IH74. .miiN v I'skntui A Hookk. Attorners. lowtia 79 Ie;irforn -t lucago. lilt. SPRING S20.000 SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS Just Received at A. Van Auken & CoV. All the Latest Styles and LOOK ! LOOK ! 200 Piece Beautiful Styles of Prints, JOG Piece Brown and Bleached Sheeting, From six and a quarter cents up. t ' A Beautiful line of Dress and White Goods, LACES AND EMBROIDERIES To SUIT THE TASTE OF EVERYBODY. Fancy Goods, GLOVES & HOSIERY A large line of C orsets and Hoop Skirts - New Styes. $3000 Worth of Cloths. Cassimeres, Fancy Coatings & Vestings of all shades- and colors. $SfiOQ Worth of C LOWING of the eery best Domestic Mawufacture, yo Shoddy or Jew Goods The best TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT in Western Mich igan All Work Guaranteed. I III FIX K ST STOCK OF BOOTS & SHOES, in Van Buren County. LADIES, MISSES, and CH1L- DRENS Fine Shoes Gaiters. Kid and Serge Walking Shoes. Victoria and Nillaon Slippers ol .ill the latest patterns. EVERY LADY SHOULD HAVE A PA1K Goods were never as Cheap, or styles so desirable. 20 per cent, waved by buying vour Goods from our Stock. ALL. GOODS AS RECOMMENDED Don't fail to lxk at our Stock. Moncv saved is money earned GOODS! Worth of Novelties of the Season LOOK! RESPECTFULLY FOURS, A VanAuken Co. GEO. H. OCOBOCK, DK ALER IX Family Groceries, Farmer's Produce. AND BEST FAMILY FLOUR. TT TT TT TTTT OF A VKRV hlTpgftlOB ' i R A L 15 AT .)W PBIOtfl AS ANY PLACI !N TOWN. Cash Paid For Country Prodnce, " ThT MY EXCELLENT TEAS, WHIOfl I AM SELLING VERY CHIAP. Goods Delivered in the Cor poration FREE OF CHARGE. UALL AND KT OUR PRICM Ceo. H. Ocobock. AT '-I.TDDFN- OLD STAKO, 1 v KAUA MAIOO ''TRKKT Dated. Paw Paw threat. SSSH WIGHT km CORE! nrei all tac of . issue AND ALL DISEA?!!. .ARISING fBOM A iiMi(in in ii LITER. Chills and Fever, Damb Ague. BflHsnS Fever, i anndice, Sick Headache. Soar Stomach, Indi gestion, Constipation, Lo-s of Appetite, De pression ef Spirits, Pain in the Back, Neuralgia, Nervousness, Diarrhoea, Dizziness. Pain in tbo Limbs, Billions Colic. Cleanses tbe Stomach and Pannes the Blood. XT is PURELY VEGETABLE. A'onliiiii no vier-ury. iryrh tin. Ar'ni-. or Foiounou Aiib- Rtaaeti IT OBIOINATID IN THE MALARIOUS CLIMATE OF TII SOUTH. C n r i N s so QviSUni MUM CeMPOSU wiioi LY op Southern Root as" Hkku, Rut is a perfect substitute for quinine with out its injonoue effects upon the system. It is a certain Tome, a mild Cathartic and an ex cellent Alterative. Try it. All Druggista sell it. The price is within tbe reach of all, being only Fiftv ( ents per bottle. ai6 Piles. External and Internal Inflammations & Ulcerations. IMR hage'th? Nose ,ft u m s. Lu nn Bowels, Kidneys and Vomb. Congestion of the Throat. Enlargements. INVALUABLE FOR Dysentery and Rheumatism. Inflammation of Eyes k EjrelMa Inflammations of the Ovaries. Vaginal Leucorrhea. Varicose Veins. Sore Nipples. ITEW MARKET! It'r. Taylor X. Jlyer ;iavin rented the Market at the OORMBS OF KALAMAZOO AND OAK BTS, propose to continue the same and run it in connection with the Market one door eaat of the Dvckiuan Houee. Having become convinc ed that both Markets can be RUN IN CONNECTION at much loea co-t than separately, and that tbe people can be furnished with MEATS AT L 0 W R R PRICB8. JUST RECEIVED 7 CHOICE LOT Ol JAP AIT TEAS l POl ll I . WHEATOFS Drugs Store. nm and Trv Them. Will find all kind of Flour & Feed, ETC., AT BUTLER'S. 1 deliver hvo in the city. N. B. Cash paid for Oat and Corn. 934.