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- I I s7f). f I Paw Paw. iMlOHlSAW. Oct 'v. ffeimrtmtnt. Hclittin to.Yrwipaprr Subtrrtt- tioiiH mitt .irrtaraftB, 1. Subsi-riborh who do not give uxpr- no tice to the contrary, are consider d cnohlOf to oootinaa their robooriptloo. '2. It subscribers order tbe discontinuance of tbeir periodicals, tlm pmbhehfl may a 'iitimic to scud t licm until all arrearages are paid. 3. If hubscrlbors neglect or refuse to take their periodical from tho office to which they are directed, tu".v are held responsible until they have settled their bills, and orderod thorn discontinued. 4. If subscribers move to other places wit h ont infomiog the publishers, and the papers are sent to tbe former direction, they are held responsible, 5. Tho Courts havo decided that " refusing to take periodical from the office, or removing and leaving them uncalled for. is ariWUI facn eiiH iHv of inteiitioual fraud." f. Any person who receivesa newspaper and makes use of it, whether he has ordered it or not, is held in law to be a subscriber. 7. If subscribers pay in advance, tbey aro bound to give notice to tbe publisher, at t tie end of their time, or if they do not wish to con tinue taking it ; otherwise the publisher is authorized to send it ou, and the subscribers, will he responsible until an express notice with payment of all arrears, is sent to the publisher. The 1'air is proving a success. ur school is progressing finely. TtM tax sale take place next Monday. MelOBOf hae new and handsome sign. ! i l inen's dance at. Town i lall to-mght. Ibis is the lat dav of the County Fair. I H" ladies of Ail gan have a hitoiy class. The C ircuit Court opens next Monday. full calendar. Comstock, l'aige ft Co. havo just put up a now sign. The Courier appeared iu ite curtailed pro portions last weok. V. B. Hawkins is t o-mod. !m lad otherwiso improving his bouse. I Doll Sam's Hoy atill holds forth in tho tent in front of the school-bouse. " All aboard for tbe fair ground" has been a familiar sound for two or three days past. Tho new bakery has commenced operations, and is now furnishing bread for the mnltitude. Miss lihoda Munger is acquiring quite a rep utation as correspondent of the Woman's Ed. Stewart, of the Sentinel, was in attend- 1 ance on tbe Fair this week, and favored us with a call. Van Vnkon went to the poor ROSSO on Tues day. His boggy gave way, and ho had to foot it the last mile. 3'irt-. letup -, of South Haven, has been spending a U s days in this village at the resi dence of uer nster, Mrs. Mason. In another phco iu this ISEBSwlIlbo found the report of the committee on babies at tho baby show, recentl . held at Town Hall. lloyul Huchiuau. an attache of the Indianap olis News, is spending a few days in tbis vil lage with hia niotl er, Mrs. Gremps. Mrs. Kinina A. Hicliruoud wili tiold a public sale of Tarm Implements and Vin Block, l D the !Jth iust., at ten o'clock in tho forenoon. The- Christian denomination lias just bong a veiy 0sboJttS the tower of tie r church ed llice. We now havo ftfg good bells in this vil lage. Mis' Maggie Maguire bM just opened a lare and elegant stock of ruilauery goods. The ladies should not fail to call aud see the new sty It h. The fire-proof I uildiu bas DOM eompUt !. and tie 'i:.ty oflOHl liave all moved in. i he public records are now afe from liability to destru t:ou by fire. I.u t :-ttirday ninht the engine to tho A: u -t, iptOM near DOMOM run over afl MakMWB man and tut huree. lOaMMltlj hlliiBg thou 1 he man was intoxicated Up to Wednesday nihrbt there (TOT MTj entries of articles and animals at the County Fair. Next week we will publish a history of tbo society from ita organization. Il.'.ms' watorB, carriages, buggies and cnt ters made a handsome proceaaiou as they were drawn through Main street on their wy tu tt-.e fair grounds. II turns out good work. In the aftornoou of the first day of tho Fair our hoys play? d a game of baso ball with the ,i' DOJB, on too fair greum! - i n stood 21 for I'aw Paw and 24 for BgOT. V Laptiet corn.ci1. winch OOOTOBOd at Kendall recent ly, ordai.e d Mr. William McAuudnck to tlie vorii of the ministry. Itcv. H West pf ct ing tio sfrmoii and BOTi A. EL BbOpiMfd otl'er iii UM 1 r iaming raver. I iirleB Alien, a prisoner, while engaged iu currying iu and piling wood, on Tuesday last, made Im escape. He had been in jail nearly all summer and lspret'y well punished for tbe offense of which ho is charged. Mips Helen V.. Wright, an accompli hsrd young lady of Lousing, bas translated an artu le from the German entitled "What Children do for us," which was published in tho Landing Be publican of Np4 Mi Mips Wright is quite young not more thau eighteen year of ago. We have bad no Octobor frost as vet We did have a September frost which, however, did inn little barm Its principal effects were, to remind corn thai it was time it to quit growing and npnn np. and to cut down ('nmmher vines, p iMipkui vines. -im.'i ines and tb Coimer. I . bound LaOrave bas been improving hi house by adding to it and fixng up generally. Mr. J. S. Myers, of Decatur, does tbe ma-on work. Among other things. Kd. is building a stone " flre-proof "smoke-house. He prides himself on baring erery thing just right about his premises. Daniel DsWaW in'orrea as that, on Friday )at, William Austin rut ten acres or buckwheat for him in about iwtlva houra. Mr. DeWater gave bim flvs dollars for h job. Tha hired man took ap ght utn o' h aad qmt at four o'eloek. If on ' for on day's work, w shB'd flad to hair of it. Died lu Decatur, on the 21st iust., Mary A. wife of Karl Webster, aged sixty four yearn. N. A. Hangs, we understand, has purchased the Richmond farm, tbreo miles eaat of this Tillage. Mrs. T. C. Denton will sell a quantity of farm tools and household property at auction on the lib iust. Judge Mono argued a case before .ludgo Arnold at Allegan, last week, lie was op" posed 1 y Miss Alta Hulett, of Chicago. Died In this village, Monday morning, Soptember 27, Frank Russell Paige, infant son of .John J. and F.mma Paige, of congestion of the brain. The Van Ilureu County Medical Society will meet at the office of Dr. J. E. Ferguson, in Bangor, Tuesday, Oct. 12, at 10 o'clock a. it. Advice and operations free- J, Elliott Sweet, Sec'y. N. A. Earle, a native of this county, was re cently admitted as an attorney to the Grand Kapide bar. Mr. Earle is a graduate of our high school, and was engaged as assistant to the principal of the school for two years, after which he was principal for one year. He has since been a law student in the office of Hughes, Smiley ov O'brien, of Grand Rapids. The Calendar for the October term of the Circuit Court ib made up as follows 1 Criminal causeB, five : issues of fact for jury, thirty one ; issues of fact without jury, twenty-two; "ibbuob of law, three; imparlances, Beven ; chancery, first class, fifteen ; chancery, second class, one; chancery, third class, one; chancery, fourth class, eleven. Total, ninety-six. Paw Paw, Sept. 22, 1875. The committee find themsolves greatly em barrassed iu making a decision on account of tho very excellent qualities; shown by every child on exhibition. Put being constrained to como to a decision, they, with many misgiving1-, havo agreod to award to Mrs. Monroe's twins the first prize ; to Mrs. Hhowerman's daughter (and by tbe way, the only little lady on exhibi tion") the second prize ; to Mrs. Haldwin's twin child the third prize ; all of which is respect fully submitted with the best wishes for both mother and child a long, a happy and useful life to each and every one of the darlings. John W. Kmebt, ) C. Richards, - Com. a. w. lawtom, T. B. Peterson A Rbotueuh announce that they have now in press, and will publish on Saturday, October 2, a new novel by the popu lar Southern authoress. Mrs. C. A. Wnrflold, ; entitled "Hester Howard's Temptation." The writer bas been engaged on tbe work for tbe laBt eighteen months, :.nd all critics who have examined tbe work pronounce it snpenor to " Tho Household of Pouveno," written by tho same author. It will be published complete in one doudecimo volume, bound in morrocco cloth, pneo rl.75. General Items. Tho Soroiuan (young ladies) literary society of 'hv t college has nearly completed its new ball, which s ill probably be tbe most elegant ooiety room in tbe State. 1 ne hundred and sixty new pnpils have ap plied fof admission to tho "tate Normal Bohooi, in adhtion to the students of last year in ho havo ucHrlv all returned. There has recently DC D library room at Lansing Stevens T. Mason, tbe lir gan ; tin a large Iikeiie I i I GoToraor in 1H53. hung in tho State crayon portrait of ovcrnor of M ic'. i Audrew Parsons. The mtoUigont reatlor usu.allv regac.i- bit n '".-paper as he does his bill of fare a-cil-culnted to jireucnf nornetbir.v' ) 'basing to All : and bo does not rottdoflafl II booauM bo OOOO s onaiiy tinds inn ng t'.io erifrets soiueibiug that does not sut bis tste. irand Bapids Post I'm Grajid Kapids Post says tbo Mate Ar. 'nliural aHso.'iation was not very MfOMOfoi tins year in its efTorts to dead-head it adver tising. I n!y niu?! papers adverusp 1 thir jiov ertv by striving tO obtain ItM small sirn of f( red as premiums to tho three DO pi (iviog tho boat gratuitous notice of tbe auuuni ex hibition. One of the latest novelties in iLvenLon is an " aldmg pencil. ' for accountants, and those who figure on election returns. Tbo pencil point is pressed upon anv figure until it movss M index to the same figure on tbe case. Lttt lag tlm point, and prctsicjr it on another figure. moves tbe iudex to the sum of the two, and to on, the index showing the sum of all the fauoi in a column, without the poao!btUt of a mii takc. If tho ID ru'ion hotrl bad ben svpoilod, M all Mich boUdtrgo should be. with twoatatr wavh. Of with an ontsido meanf of 000B0O, Marshall would not to-day be horrow-utricki ti and ui mourintiK- over the calamity wi i. !. befel that pl.ice vootofday morning. But Ibo oom ba-1 only one stairway. :..i 1 diret'y uotfOftbtOi urobably in tho porter's room, tho fat al lire originated, whether from TOJ ov kcr s'r.e. aud swept through IbO opOOtM above. OOOtMSg d" all OgMsO, and driViiiw tbe alurnied occupants of t!io honao from storv to story, until brought to bay. they were fOfOOi to iboOM bolWOOO 0 horrible ilcath by lire and almost eipully cer tain oe-truction by jumping to tho ground bo low. Tbo bouse wa teap of tho most danger ous sort. How many others are there like it in the State at,d in tbe land ? How ionp; wib it be before we shall havo to record another oftlamity of tho kind. io4 porhopo o far more OOOttOOttfO one? Oetroit News, Sept. 25. Joseph Kammercr. of Now Vork City, cut off Ins two sons from a sbre in bis estate afb r tboy aro twonty-four jears old. He held the belief that well-edocated man can take care of himself aftr that ayre. aud that an expected provision for life is demoralizing. Those who have no neb fathers will agree with him. JI.IRRIHIt. Ci -A DAY WILOOX to Lawton. Septfm ber 11, 1876, by lb v. II. West, Jacob Cahna dat and lliTSKT Akm Wilcox, both of Lawton . CORNIHFI HENY AN Ry tbe same, in Law ton. Hspt(.mler 12, ('it abi.ph D, obnisb and Sabau Heittak. both of Portar. HE NY AN-CORNISH- Ry the same, same time and piM. CnAanas H. Hebtab and a M'lr ( bb isu, both of Forter. KINOHLIT 8TEVKNS Ry lbs same, in Mat tawan. Svptembar '22. Abbbb K. KvoaLBT of Texas, Kalamaaoo souaty, and Kittib Stvebwh, of Mattawao. a I F ' it I rt Ib Decatv. SepUBsbar 1ft, br Oerge Beaatlt. ! . MicaABX Oatbb aad Objubba 0b r. buts of Dsoatw. The intelligent juryman has removed to ' ( iiiciunati. This is the latest, as vouched 'or by the Gazette 1 "We, the jury, find that the sad Louis Fillman came to bis death by a shot accidentally went off by itself by killing a cat by shooting the same and when she was not dead istantly by striking tho cat with the breach of the gun and the load discharged itself." B us i it ess Not ires. Ho! Farmers, if you wish to take solid com fort while plowing and seeding, get a pair of those 'Plow Shoes,' for sale by mstoek. l'aige A Co. io to Comstock, Paige A Co's for Collars, Cuffs and Ties. OV. flOODEII II. M. I) . SK IAN, III.., lining iiomi:patiii' phi ngdaie, Michigan! lOMme Comstock, Paige A Co. sell the 'Wells' cele brated custom-made Kip and Calf boots. For your School Hooks goto Mies Khoda Monger's. All kinds always on hand. A fresh supply of Ladies French Kid button BootHat Comstock, Paige A: Compaoys. All accounts, due us, must be paid by the 25th of September without fail. Koons A RorsnEAt'. Buy your childrens Hoots and Shoee of Comstock, Paige A Co. mil ! Ut Look at thOM Dollar Goods IjIjAH. at KIm Bhoda M angor's. If you want bargains in Hoots and Shoes, call at tbe new store of Comstock, l'aige & Co. If yon want to buy a Sewing Machine, call on John W. Kmery, Jr. at his rooms, in tbe Lyle Block, opposite the 1st National Hank, and he will show vou just Mm nicest, best and most convenient 5lachine ever made, and at a lower price than ever before asked for a first class Machine. 1063 A. ROBINSON DENT 1ST , OflOO ID thi rooms latelv occupied bv Dr. A. O. Hooker. Paw Paw. Mich. 1045. as. r. W. WARD. DENTIST, Performs all operations on the Teeth and Gums, in a thorough and skillful manner. Nitrous I xide Cas, Ether or Chloroform, judiciously administered when deBired. Office over Sherman A: Sellick's, Comer of Main and Kalamar.oo Streets. Paw Paw, Micb. O. S. WALLORY V COm Wholesale Dealere in OYSTERS, and Foreign Fruits. Manufacturers of Hermetically eabd .oods. PteUoOj Preserves, etc. 70 Jefferson Avenue. lt)7iimJ Detroit. f5U, 8?, o OKTON, Bnccssinra to Bridge Norton. io(. Btlch. Grain Commission Merchants, Cor. Woodbrldfrr St P"ImHj Detroit, Michigan. Cash advance made on .consignments. Rotor-oncet.--auy Detroit Hank or banker. L079BS John 58. WendHI $l Co., CooMolasioii Vorohooti i Flour. Grain. INftrk "lid m ccN. M ;,nd M W0001nM0 SlfOOt, Di I :; lf, MP HI04K. Whi fit a Specialty. Casb sd van ros ltorort sen' dail on eoM'gamtnw. fro o' '"-artie. Market 91 1 oh is a a tatt land 4fHce LaMBMi Ooplonboff S7th, 175. Notici l herebv givn that the following ilencnbed Primary Scbool SDd Swomp Loads, fiitnatpd :n lb County or Van Bum, forfeited for non-payment of interrat. will be 'il"rrf'l foi salr at. pobllfl auction, at Ibil office. Novenib r Mb, 1M7!, Ol t"ii o' Ir-k, a v. aolooa ptofiow lv tedottOOd according to L. CL4PH. Comrnissioner. ' No. of Certificate. D-scri; t.on. Sect'n. I n. sVofO PBnUBl BOSOOL Lam-. 3020 6288 8289 6204 t; '.) Mil sy.-ti 6770 6006 8000 ltlO.l 111 DO IHI no (jr of nw q? h of sv ijr w b of sr ir e b of r u.- qr o' 8" ir 10 C, r nf bh (jv w b Of W qi n: qr of tiu qr IP 16 1 to lti 10 lii 10 1 10 17 17 17 17 10 10 13 10 to lr nw r o Mi (jr i r qr 0 or V lot I tt U' LAWSON'S CURATIVE the only remedy err diacoverwl that will Foojitivoly Curo KEURAL6IA;SCIATICA, RHEUMATISM, Ceromon forms of the dlaeaae have OBMooi re rinireJ the naa of more than one bottle. ON. noTri.K u.o.llr jooo t'OJOlBl DYSPEPSIA, ri.h KIM. IC It MIPsTLAS. One or two apallratlonB rar nin, Hltl". CHiriD F K FT. Tl IM LOKKAI X, NB01TOI S TOOTH At nr., sum mb a ia ii r. One bottla ! a ssra nre for FIRRTOI a II A DA CUB, LilSR H ti h DlPTtlKlfcT A, or SODS THROAT. Irlor, On X3c3llaax-. if yon r axitl. Mwd to your dnifpft far this artlelB ; he will gat u Cor toe or Mod ONE DOLLAR BT MAIL to as aad i. will Im MBt rvnakl. LAW80N CHEMICAL 01) CLJTVHIVAirD OHIO CO., 004A OfTY A0D OOAJHTIT RY ALL MMSiOTS. At sr nil aali, w vteamn Dnuoti is I tin nil, OaUMo. OatroU aad 1875. Fall Opening. 1875. We arc now in receipt of our FALL AM) winti.R 0000), Embracing tbe largest and most varied Stock over brought to this market. All the Novelties of the Season. IU i riythinn .Vrir. DRY OOOD0 K A HOT G'lODS. An immense line of Cloths A Fanct Coatings, It, . Hade (lot hi. Hats & Cans, Booto & Shoes, Flannels. Blankets, Robes, etc. Domestics, a Specialty. A large stock of Prints at only 6 cents. A splendid Cotton Bttt at only 12g cts. per lb. One look at our Stock will satisfy you that Ihit is the place to buy your GOODS. A large lino of Dress Goods, Dress Trimmings and Hepellants. Hespectfully, A. VAN AI KEN ft CO. Paw Paw. September 14, 1875. !li'rili"! Nul. Notice is hereby given that bv virtue of an execution iH-ued out of uud under the seal of the ('m int Court for the County of S'an llureu, State of Michigan, in a BOOM wfaoroin OoOlgO J. Van Nosb is daintUT. and Lafavette Ol utt is defendant, and bearing ! dato tbe fifteenth dav of .'uly, a. i. 1H7"j. and to me directed and delivered, I have seized and . levied upon all the right, title and interest of j said Lafayette oleutt in and to tbe following described real estate, situated In the Couutv of ! Van Bureu and Btate of Michigan, which I , shall expose to sale, and sell at public vendue, to the bigboBt bidder, at tho front door of tho Van Puren Count v Circuit Court House, in the I village of Paw Paw, on Saturday, tho thirtieth day of October, at the hour of ton o'clock in I the forenoon, or so much thereof as shall be necessary; to satisfy said execution, together ! with tbe intoreet and costs thereon, to wit : the east one-fourth of the east half of the south east quarter, of section number two, in town ship number three south, of range sixteen west. 100847 Dated Paw Paw. September 14th, 1875. JOHN E. SHOW IP MAN, Sheriff. Fostkb it Bhedb, WtT's Att'ys. tu utn i n Are receiving an IMMENSE T oi tl 111 DRY GOODS, CLOTHING K A CAPS BOOTS and SHOES ANITSSLS 2 The like was never som in thc-se parts Particv.Isvrs noact WEEK Mean time Call and see Our Goods. STORE PILED FULL TAXIDERMIST OEALBB 15 MiFNTKD BIRDS, FOREIGN AND NA TIVE URDea'tNO, BIRDS KYKS, ii L A S 0IIADM, ETC. Dirds. Animals and Doers Heads, Stuffed and Mounted to order in every style. Ornamental Casea and Oaseaof Game Dirda for Hportaman a Kpaalty. Orders by mail promptly Oiled. X2TDXA2T KXZoZCS and Carioaiaes waatad ta sxaaaafa for tarda Rooms ovar Axuui'b Foaanaaa btabb J. L ALLEM. Mala It. Paw Paw, Misk Sherman & Sellick's NEW GOODS Save Arrived, and are now Open, Forming in all, tbe largest and moat fashionable Stock of SOOM ever hronght to Hub City. We would especially invite the attention of tbe L&DHI o our DKFSS HOODO DFPAUTMENT, which is now particularly attractive in all the new Materials and Shades. Flegant hues of SHAWLS, CLOAKS & CLOAKINCS. HOSIERY & GLOVES, LACES & EMBROIDERIES, FRINGES & GIMPS, RIBBONS & TIES. Extra inducements in TABLE LinSTIEILSrS. .A-IPKIISTS DOILYS, TOWELS. Wool Spread and t ouiiterpane. New Design iu Carpet, Oil ltl!i. Lace C urtains, A:e. To the (IFNTLFMF.N. we would say, our KKADY MADE CIjOTHING DEPARTMENT Is now complete In all the different Styles and Grades, leaving nothing out that is new and desirable. Good, stylish Suits from 1", upwards. Good. Stylish Diagonal Suit-. 15. Very LateBt and Nobbv. from 018 to S0. SPECIAL! We are now able to show you an Elegant line of Worsted Suiting, New Trousering, Diagonals and Overcoatings, And all the popular lines of Domestic Woolens and Cassimeres. We have in connection a MERCHANT TAILOR, who is prepared at all times to give you " Fits " in the latest stvles. Ab tine a Stock of BOOTS and SHOES As can be found in tbo City, and in nuahty and prices, second to none. A careful inspection of our stock will amply repay you, and wo assure you. on no account will vou bs tovJmI into buying. Respectfully, Sherman & Sellick. Eooas & Rosseau Are Still Alive! Call and M0 their Immense Stock, consisting iu part of Light Doublo HoriM Haddle, Hri.ii.v Nortlnfolet n .i 1 1 i s, and every kind of Hume Furnitures Laches' and tientlemen'H riRUiETKlS, From a I'apcr to a Saratoga. LodlOt' BSd CifrjtIcinon ' Travelling Haji. of every Htylo and color. Sbawl and Shoulder Straps, Horse BfaOOtO, Cotton Nets. Latlior Kar-Ttps, Dusters, La RobOS, Whips and LooSSSi Ouc: Harness (rtm 93(1 lo .. Ligbt Doable Hsrneis ot different grades are n hand, and aro made out of floe grades of Oak Tanned Leather. Call and examine our goods before purchasing elsewhere. Wo should like to aeo all our old customers aud as many new ones as possible. KOOJIS A ItOUBBEAT?. PAW PAW MARBLE WORKS Hofora pnrebooiog MONC MENT8 or Iti'llloM'.s. ISVaaitfOti UM inatter a ht tli. .g-nt talk any nd very thing 10 lOdUOO TOO to kiv" jroor . rdo?. I emjiloy .NU A IFNTS and for tuat reason you oaO av ' 1 ' "1 Kill IN 1'ItICE- : all aud eoe mo. L A. WHITMAN. Hole iYoptOtOf. I'.nv Paw, Michigan CONFESSIONS OF A VICTIM. PvBuons ao a Wasimro an.i for tbo beneflt ol of.-. KBM ami OTBSSB who Btrff r f r. ir. NERV OU8 DEB1 I.I TV. L 188 OF MAN H 04 'D.etc, .I IN(. BIO BULE8 OF 8ELFCUBX, .ntcr undor( ;ng much suffering iad Xcusf). and maibel free on receiving a pont-paui dlrootod OBTolopo. Addross NATHANIEL MAYS AIR, 1'. O. Cox l.r,:i, Hrookhn. N. V. in5xli FOR SALE About l.SdO Peach trees, from 3 tO o fert high, 1,000 of which are of tho BROW'l nange variety. F.. L WARNER. Taw Paw, September lOOB, 1H75. 1068t4 f.'rorcdinm of Tfaehtrs. Owner, or the Towssnip Hrr'x or Sthoolb, Porter Township. September 13th. 1H75 Notice is hereby given that there wilribe an Examination of Teachers held at the Porter Center Hchool House, on Saturday, tho $h dav of October, 1875, commencing at Nine o'clock in tbe forenoon. Person wishing Certificates to Tftacri in anv of tbeSehools Of aaid Towusbio. are r-queste l to be present, furnished with Fnolectp I'anar i aud Pencil. JAMES H BALL, Township lOfSta Hup't of Scb'wls. Caution. Wbsraaa my wife, Larina 8., bas lft my bd and board without any jast cease or provoca tion, all parsons aro nrby forbidden to har bor ar tract bar on my aceoant. as I shall pay aa deWta ar her Bontraetinf, from aad sJtcr tblBOate. lOTOt REMIT 0. B BOOKS DataC iatwerp. sv IfHh, i I UMUIiMD-E. School kh. Stattonery, tic, S5uy your Ncliool Book, Stationery, Are, of G.W. MATTHEWS BBOTHBB - A large Stock of School Hooks, Writing Ta perM, Fnvolopes, Inhs. I'eu, i'enrils. etc always on hand. A good Commercial Note Fapar for only teu cents a (pure, box Stationery a specialty. Hewing Machine Oil. Nesdles. auttachment. and Transfer Pictures. lOGlmD :r..i. W . Mattubw8 A Lao. ITEW AT T7IE fEW Tt K STfRE We otTr-r our rftUffO OtOOh il wondc-tui Low i;t-s We arc Lilly NOilDI New Hoods MoiJi Eat. rii ...Jrkcts. poicboood f Of i ch. Ow Stock eoostoto of o fall and uttntchve line of DRY GOODS. Lraooya, Cbaokr wear. Lahen I wf-ar. Bb ia Ii HoMen PoM Cioods, tientc I mlei it skirts. Orarobrrto, l odof . Ilati and ( MM, Notions, (.love Etc. EtO. El verv elegant HBO of LaNSN coops. Including Tahle. Damask. RofMSO, Towels, Handker 'nr. hirt Fronts, OrOOfa Etc. Wbito Ooodo, Embroidopisf, Edpings Tbo largect ai d best selected stock of 3len ind BofO U"ady Hade CLOTHING I .r brought to Van Pnren Countv We offer tbis entire stock at an immense re daction from panic price. We buy for cash, conseqnently can aud w:ll sell at lower rates thau any one in Western Michigan D yon like to save money, don't fail to give us a call. Look Out For Old Fogy Price Wo keep no Shoddy Gooda. Don't forget the Plaoe ITew Tork Storf Main Frtet, Paw Paw, Miob Ii A L v ITER UK IX.