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'aw Paw Minnow, NTov. .". l7f. iir; it tmcnt. .! It ht'itiic f .Vs'tr"1" r Stthmrrift. tiiHit ittul ,lrr tiritgca. 1. Subscribers who do not give express no tice to the contrary, are considered wishing to continue their subscription. 2. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their periodicals, the publishers may fl Midline to H.-ti'l tbom until all arrearages are paid. 3. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their periodical from the office to winch thoy are directed, they are bold responsible until they have settled their btUt, ami ordered tbem discontinu L 4. If subscribers move to other pi aces Wtti ont informing the pub! shers, an I Mm papers are sent to the former directum, they aro held responsible, 5. The Courts have decided I bat " refusing to take porio'heal from tho oflieo. or removing and leaviUK them uuca! led for. ih rifoi fbON evidence of intentional fraud. . Any MOB whoreceivosa DOwa ipei alM makes ubo of it, whether bobOOOrdai d it Of not, is bold in law to tie a subscriber. 7. If subscribers pay in idranoo, they are bound to give DOtiOt to the publisher, at the eait of their time, or if they do not wish to cou Umio taking it; otherwise the publisher is authorised to send it on. and the soboorib n, will be responsible nntil an express notice with Payment of all arrears, sent to the publisher. J. J. Holland lectures in Bay City Not. 10. The State Poniolog.ral Society holds its winter moeting at Jackson. Dec. 7. I and 'J. Tn proceedings .if t'i- Woman's Congress will bJ found on the eighth page of this Jour" nal. On Wednesday evening. Mrs. (.. P. hinder man returned from a three IMll' visit with her mother in Kansas. I'ho odd Fellows of Decatur have pwobMOd and retiitcd the hall over A. . ilathaway's store for a lodge room. Elder M. N. Lord, of Chicago, will proach in the Christian church, next L ird'l day. both m oming aud evening. !'. G. Russell, of DoeaCir. has been marking down bis goods, and propose to rush thorn off at very low pncee for cash. The Unitarian social club of Kalamazoo will give a series of six literary, musical and prom enade parties during the coming winter. Tho Freaident haB issued km i roclaraation setting apart November 25, M I day of thanks giving aud prayer throughout the I ottod Motto. Married on the 3d mst., at tho residence of tho bride's father, by Elder Wm. M. Boe, Mr. Samhkl H. Oua to Mies Bra A. Lsi, both of 1'aw Paw. .Mr. Emma Molloy. editor of the Elkhart flndO Observer, and a cousin of Mis-i Rhoda Mumrer, of this placo. waa ono of the stars at the recent Woman's Congress in Syracuse, N. Y. Mrs. L. I.. Hall Wlabas to purchase a good new milch cow. for which Bho will pay caob. -Any person having such an one for sale will jileaso call at her residence, just north of this village. Riv. (E P. I.inderman wishes to return thanks to tho mauy kind fnonds who assisted him in paying for a new oran for the 1 ree Baptisr ( tuircb. Go and hear i'rof. ( ook manipulate it. It takca the women, after all ! Mrs. Harney's new sidewalk, on Delaware street, beats them all- It i. built of pine plauk, planed to even thickness, and put do vu in a neat and sub stantial manuor I ti -itut BfbMota . Mrs. Sallij Morehouse died at the raddOB n of her son. in Hamilton. Monday, Oct. 2S aed H i years. She was one of the earliest pioners of Battle ( retk, there being but three log houses in the placo wheu she catno there. on r.ieday, J, M. Loogwall fell Horn tho scalfoldiug at tho New Engine HoVM at the Paw I'aw HiQ, and received ooaaldwabla in jury bv striking some timocrs. lie h gttttag along Viiry well an t was ab e to be out yester day. Miss Joie .Indson. who has been a faithful aud successful teacher in the Lawton I'nion Hcho il the past two years, hae MOeptad a re S)ousiblo position in Kalamazoo a teacher, and baa left, much to the regret of tbfl Bebool Board and her pBplll in Eawton. We are pleased to learn that tbe r -ading-room, rocently opnue 1 by Miss Uhoda Muuger. is well patron i. A and bids fair to become a permanent institution. I he tables are tilled with all tbe loading newspapers and magaf ui' S. which tho public is permitted to peruse for the email Bum of ten cunts per week. Ono day last week we were tbown sunt TSTT ood Single HikrneBs, kept for sale b Messrs. K ns Uohbemi. of this v.i'iK''. 1 oese imr u .aro not of tlx r own manufacture, but nev ertheless tboy appear to be try w; . od. and. for tb" ; rice aske l. will do K od service. Oi-v are sold at the reim.rkblo low pr:c of tifteeu dollars. y ungBter on bis travels, wsb in town on Monday. He bad beard of the performance of our Jnail Hose boys at the late Countv fair. He just could heat any man who tan in that crowd, and be bad money that said so. He put up Qve dollars, and ran with Lou. Melchor, and loft town just that amount short, lie now thinkfl that he is not much on a foot race, or else Lou. is dread'ul smart. Miss Lizzie Dawson, who for nearl? two years had charge of the tolograpb offico in this Tillage, bas accepted a position iu the Atla' tk h, Pac.iflo ofQse at Chicago Cpon the cl imc, of the office here, the Superintendent, knowing Miss Daws n's ability as an operator, immedi ate!? tender-xl her the above situation. Her stri t attention to busimms and courtesv to all with whom she dealt, won lor her many en- I .uums during her stay among as, and we doubt not she wib fes verv popular in her new borne. The boiler ha the mill 0' SrmleT A Harnett. at South BtrvOn, OSptofed I n lav. OoC. Whk, I he machinery was no' in motion and there was a pressure of only mty live pounds of tom. The eng. no and !oiler wore thrown pjbaji it eight ro-IsVrr .s t ,. street before t .ey straek, and then r.llel thren or four i sJi iuto p in.m's disir yard I'be boiler. tw.-rity-ne or ili rf bONi P0)MP was siid bi be an old aod d.foctivo i", . I b engineer had one leg bro ken, bo being the onlv p -ron iniured The mill is used forsawng in it em for fruit packages. Between MI an I ftno was cleared upon Tiltou's lecture in Grand Rapid. Died At her rosideuco. in this township, on Kriday, ) tob. r "Uh, Inkz, wife of Wm. J ' llalated. and youngest daughter of Thomas Galhgan, aged '21 year. Miss Dr. Fauny White, uu accomplished lr. lv of Jackson and a student at the I nivorsitv, has put tho chalice to her hps D. ('. ChalliB of Ann Arbor, the young missionary to liulgana I to whom she was married at the form Monday night I etr.it News. The next auuual meeting of the Van lSuren I d. Babhath -chool Association will I e held in the Baptist church at Hartford, Mich. Nov. 10th, bog inning at I a m. Sermon the previous evening by the President. O. 1 1 TKDKIIMAN, The eighth annual meeting of tho Michigan Bee-Kcepera' Association will be held in Kala mazoo, Doceuibor 1st and M, 175. The lirst session will convene at one o'clock p. M., Wednesday. Tapers of seientitl and practical value have bMB promise.) ny many able and exp-nonced apiculturists. while tho discussions are expect od to be even more valuable than those of the previous annual meetings. Messrs. B. A (. S. lioppin. tanners of De catur, have put upon tho road one of the finest wagons we have seen, for the sale of their wiuch is at last eompletod, and carefully guard Btock. They are turning out excellent leather, : fd in tne pnM,Bher's 'e, forth the "Sh and their method of making xaleB is to carry it j PBt anticipations in literary circles. It will be to tho door of tho consumer, in order that it D0Rnn M , aenal in the November number of may bo inspected before a purchase is made. senbner's Magaiine, without illnstrationB, for Messrs. B. Hoppin A Son also manufacture I mU to l m-anhic bcTond need of them, ! harness, and keep on hand a full supply of 1 goods in their lino of trade, which they are ! Bellmg at low prices, and by which means they are budding up good business. On tho last day of the late session of the i Hoard of Supervisore, we stopped into tho! Clerk a office to return a paper we had loaned for the purposo of examination. I hero was displayed, uu one of the tables, two highly and gMdttj colored "chromos ', and by their side M a richly dressed and good-looking young man who appearod to bo dividing Ins time bo tweon stroking bis highly colored mustache and regarding the pi cturos. Wo asked him if bo was selling pifltvroa. Ho replied that ho was , giving thorn as pi tmintns to subscribers fcr a j newspaper. Wt eottld not help thinking that Ml newspaper was a ven- worthless affair, see ing that it appeared to bo necessary to hire j people to take d by offering them a gaudy print j of no particuar v ilu . Now, suppose a lawyer ' should offer every man. who would employ him to conduct a lawsuit, an overcoat, or a doctor I should promise to give every man's wife or daughter, wtio should employ him to treat a serious malady, a eet of furs or other article ' of sjpparel. w!it would the public think of the I ability to tiy :ho case or treat the malady? Iby would simply be scouted. The public confidence in the value of their services would i bo at an end. A newspaper that cannot com- ' mand ouflicient rcoptot to l-e taken on its own , merits la not won!, taking at all. Four or live years ago there waa a well rou- i lated printing omYo in which a number of i were employed, aithful. contented steadily at their L who we and kep. work, just o'ir liiend nt t!ie left is now doing Ml appeared to be hV.mi ) and happy. One day a Knt was discovered, i wbicii l.ad tur . j't Itfc 'iisly worked ltn wav into the ollie-1. illBHHI Inf. ninth the bo. - He was put out, and after wandering about for a time, succeeded in indnong tho "Governor" to invest in material for bis use. in otder that he might have the means at hand wherewith to carry into effect his Hattish propensity bv i ut ting under the regular craft, lie Btarted a ilr.'at organ " and named it "The Courier, an 1 be lia continued to preside over and "in tla,. " I to ibia day, RjOCTI BaTM, November 75, l'aiS5i) Conway: I have four vear old Bta'lion an k m Allen t wat I entero'l si I Cow i'aw Agricultural Smiaty aod when my olaan wan tatlsdun ' b i i iu.. soM m tha ring j taero were thr i horses iu the class S. gtod ; dart, fftall and J. High the committee ; Kavo 8. Stoddard's c lt the first and gave bun ' the blue card and gave my colt the second and gave me the refl card. I heard no more about it until I saw in your paper the premiums ! giving Mr Itodaard's colt 1st and Jas. A. Lee of ("ass County the 2d. Now then can you I give me auy clue to the cbangs 1 bavs a j Terr aice colt and good blooded, that is tho ; making of a fast horse, and have been to a i good deal of trouble to get hist bear. He has ; cost me a considerable sum of money and I am to a good deal of expense now. I am making a half Mile track on mv farm to train him on. Then to take a premium and to have an other man's colt advertised, out of the county, in the place of mine, is not using a man well who is trying to bndd the county up with good horse 1 I M 1 tU1' bave been heretofore. I have taken premiums on my horses at Connty and Htate Fairs for several vears, but never bad another man's bore advertised in their places before. Respectfully Tours. W. W. Hrir. The linpti t Id Societv will meet at the res i lenee of 'r-. I M GfOT, on Kridmy evening. ov 12th. Ibis Si.cietv is established for tho btOTOn ontertftinment o tho young people of this vdlage. i are cordiallv iuvited to attend. Hi'iie bv OfdM of Committee. I,i tv Ocodock, Secretaty. At South llavan. Oct. 20, 1S7.V bv Rev. K. S. Mscbesnev. Mr KoMsM CLiRK Cbaois and Doaa H. Pi.trvLtt botb or KpiuUII. L . VI s . By (i.eo. W. I'axaooTT. to his daughter. K ate, who died January 3rd, 175. Ob Katie' dear Katie, bow often we misa thee, At morning, at evening, at noon and at night. And all of these scene that once did delight thee, Which brings thee in visions again to onr Bight, Thy parents' lone hearts with sorrow seem breaking. Thy brothers and sisterB, Oh. think of them there. Thy brothers wonld fain call thee- back to their greeting. While Carrie, thy sisier, drops an unhidden tear. Tho ntars, dearest Katie, are shining as brightly, TIM birds ing as swoet as in days that are gone, Tho doweis awake from a winter's louse elum b'nng. And all things wait for thee. say. wilt thou come Or tell us, dear Katie, or tllOM sfbsjn where then stavest. If pleasures are brighter and sorrows ne'er , come. If "nrth's ,,tlt shadow that heaven portraveth An-' this life so soon ended, is hero just begun Wc feel thou art living somew here very near But earth knows of naught save tho grave and thv name. Then come if thou canst, and in a low whisper, oh tell ns thou livest, am' htiil art the same. u. Bret Uarte's new novel, " Gajuukx Conboy". fnji 0f incident. The Btory takes its title, 'Oahriel Conroy," from its hero, a simple, good-hearted, honest old miner, of type some- what different from that of bin illustrious pre decessors in Mr. Harte's untings. Several familiar friends, neverthelens. renew old ac quaintance, among tbem Colonel Starbottle. Tbe story is wholly in Mr. Harte's original field, and is said to fulfil, as a novel, the prom ise of his very best tales. The opening is pro nonnced, by critics who have had access to the manuscript, to be verv powerful; it is a terrible picture of a staiving camp, and from this -tart tho story is said to hold the reader with n al most uncomfortable grip, seeine- that ho has to wait month by month. New York Tribune. Business Notices. J. & I. Oppenheim Have in Stock arnd are receiving a Large I Invoico of Goods, which they propose to Close 1 Oufca These Goods will be Bold at Very Low Pricls. Much of tho BtOOk will be Sold at I ost and below Cost. Good bargains can be obtain ed as the Entire Stock must be closed nt. 0.5 ICIAN, Blooraingdala, Michigan For your School Hooks 'o t I Mies Uhoda MuagSr's. All kinds nlways on hand. All accounts, due n. mnst be paid by the 88tb of Ptptombtr withoi fail hoc- .t BODMIUC. DOLE H! thoss Dollai Qoodi 1 lUiodn Miinifi r - si ' If von want to boy a Sewing Maehino, call on Jobs W. 1 nierv. Jr at bis rooms, in ttai Lvle liloch. oppOOitfl t'n 1st National Hank, nd he will show you last the nicest, let and mott convenient Machine ever made, aud a' a lower price than cvtr before Mksd for a first- i - m tebio. Cheap, Cheaper, GOOD. Better. I! K S T . TBOSI DOLL&B ALBUMS, UUHUU! UUUI0 Litaot styles of DUIIOfJOy. Law P.!anks Fancy tiooils, Nuts aud Candies, all for sale at RHODA'S orders takeu for Dyeing an t Cleaning Goods. Subscriptions takeu for Newspapers and Maga zines at OLTJ B Lates. A cordial invitation to all. A. ROSINSON DENT 1ST, Office in the rooms lately OCCnpiod bv Dr. A. (). Hooker. I'aw Paw. Mich. 1045. The Metal ic St iff ner FOB Boot and Shoe Heels. LYON'S Applied to a lloot or Shoe worn off nneTenly on the side, twisted m the shank or run over. Every Pair Warranted. COMHTOCK. PAKiE A CO, Dealers in Boots and Shoes. Sole AgenU, 1074 Paw Paw, Michigan OWL. C. V. WARD DENTIST, I'erfnrms a'l operations on the Ireth and Onms. in a thorough and skillful manner. Nitrous Oxide (.a-, Ltbcr or Chloroform, judiciously administeted when desired. Office over Sherman Sellick's, Corner of Mum and Kalamazoo Streets. Paw Paw. Mich. Cheapest. I i ll Patert Metallic j mm j . . PREVENTS I ' BOOTS St SHOES J 1875. Fall Opening. 1875. W t- arc BOW in MOtipt of OH? PALL N I) WINTER good. Embracing the largest aud most varied Htock ever brought to this market. All tho Novelties of the Season. r.rrrtihlmi .V. ir. DUV QOODto- EANCY OOOfMb An immouce line of Cloths A Kajct Coattnob, Hats C;tj, Boots ex, Slior:. Flannels, lllankets, Bobee, etc. Domestics, a Specialty. A large stock of Prints at only C cents. A splendid Cotton Batt at only 12. 4 eta. per lb. One look at our Stock will satisfy you that (hit is the placo to buy your GOODS. A large line of Dross loods, Dress Trimmings and Bepellanls. Bespectfully. A VAN A.UKEN & CO. Haw Haw. Septembor 11, 1875. , VAN MIKil & CO. Are receiving an IMMENSE TOOK OF Everything in DRY GOODS, CLOTHING HATS CAPS BOOTS i&d SHOES FlaAXTSTEIiS Tho like was never seen in these parts. Particulars noxt WEE i Mean time Call an . aaa Our Goods. STORF PHEP FULL. i rn i in Hi We hare just Opened 25 s ORY I OS! Itoiiifht at iiuiiiouslv LOW P R I O E S , And have marked them ul Ready i !i greatest hraiiit SEE Wc hate alo made CLOTHING DEPARTMENT Look at the priceB. Good Men's Coats for 3. Good Business smtB for ?in. fit for any ma to wear. We aro now offering a Large and Elegant assortment of Fine Clothinp in whole suite, and Coats and Veets equal to any Custom Work. We can show you BOOTS and SHOES at juices that will astonish you. Don't HATS & CAPS, Carpets, Oil Cloths, etc. Cnstomers will find it to their advantage to deal iih u. largch tor Cash, and carry the largost stock in every department. Respectfully. Sherman c& Sellick. Koons & Rosseau Are Still Alive ! - Call and see their Immense Stock, consisting in part of and Double Harness, -adJIe., Hritliio, ftforttngalM Halters, and every kind of ISariH'M' Purnititre. I.aihes' ami I Mleuieu's From a Paper to a iratoga. Ladies' and trentlemen's Travelling Hags of every style and color. Shawl and Shoulder Straps, Horse Sheets. Cotton Nets, Leather Kar- lips. Dusters, Lap Robes. Whips and Lashes. Hingis Rarnnw frstu M to Light Double Harness of different grades are en hand, and are made out of fine grades of Oak Tanned Lsather. Call and examine onr goods before purchasing elsewhere. We should like to see all our old customers and as many new ones as pOBsible. Koons it KorssKir. I'AW PAW mm Before pnrsbaotng MoM -Ml.N ra or I().Mi;-10NKs. hBTaOiigaM the matter a lit tle. Agents talk any :.nd every thing to induce you to fve vonr order, employ NO AGFNTR, and for tnat reason you cau save QHB-IOUBTB in PRICE- Call and see me. L A. WHITMAN, Solo Propietor. Paw Paw. Michigan CONFESSIONS OF A VICTIM. Pvnuoncn as a Wasnino and for the benefit of fotmo Mi5 AinorHtae whi)suf7er frTx. NBR1 01 H DP HI 111 Y. Ross OF MAN MOOD, etc., OIVINfl Ills BUIJpB OF SELP-CURE, atter undergoing much suffering and expense, and mailed free on receiving a post-pan directed envelope. Andreas NATHANIlCR M AY'FAIR P. O. Pox 153, Urooklyn. N. V. 106oxr ; Forwo at Last Is the universal cry of countless thousands who have been fortunate j Ooongh t.. give tbe World's great comih rem- d , lr. King's New Discovery for Consump- tion. oOfbl ahd Col ls, a trial. The American people have been humbugged lone enough j wirh quack nostrums and worthless iirepara tions tbst aro daily flooding the eoimtn and j they now .b-mand a ag In Mr King's Nw DlOOOfOry, the tro nmedv i found a' ' last No one on.' ncd suffer lwngrr wit'i Oonghl CokJO, Asthma and Btonohtl a, Of I aingls tril will tOMOkmi lum. For sale bt ; Kilbnrn ,v Hudson, druggists. Paw Paw Trial bottle fiP-. ldT'JI j36tei """MM For nle. A span of lsrire. nice three vear old colts : a1o a all eight vrar dd nitre, for sale bv tho subscri er. at his residence two and one half miles south of Paw Psw I me yenr's time, with good security, at seven per cetif . i- f. regf. mil h eiven KHEPEKU'K LORD. O t bri im, 1071tf a slight advance to ensure Sale. in ;oods yet oflVred. T H ' E M . large additions to our fail to see them. Every tqin new m School Bonds, Stationer), tic, Ru your Nchool Bookn. Stationery, oVc, or G. W. MATTHEWS A5D BROTHER. A largo tock of School Rooks, Writing Pa pers, Rnvelopes, Inks. Pen. I'eucilfl. etc.. etc always on band. A good Commercial Note Paper for only ten centB a (pure. Pmx Stationery a specialty. Sewing Machine Oil. Needles. tnttnobfJMntl and Transfer Pictures. 10C4m'J Ono. W. Matthews i Dno. 1TEW GOODS AT THE NEW YORK STORE We offer our entire stock at wonderful Low Rates Wesredni'v rrcfiving New Ci nods from Cast, rn narbotn, pniebnoadfo Cash. Our Stock consists of a full aud attractive line of DRY GOODS, RinBevs. Check. FoM Goods. Gents I nder wear, Ladies Felt Skirts. Overshirte. I nder wear. Shawls. Hats and Caps. Notions. Hookey, (.loves Ltc. Etc. Etc. A very elegant line of lillTElT GOODS, Incladmf Table, Damask, Napkins, Towels, Handkor chiefs, Shirt Fronts, Crash Etc. While (iloods. Ktnlroidrriei, Edgings The largest and best selected stock of Men and Hoys Heady Made CLC HING Ever brought to Van Bnren County. We offer this entire ttock at an immense re duction from panic prices. Wo bnv for cash, consequently can and will s"ll a lower rates than any one in Western Micntgan If you like to save money, don't fail to giro us a call. Look Out For OM Foey Prir - V llMp no Skoddj Goods Don't forget the Plaae. 2Tw "3Tork Store, Main Stret, Paw Paw Mi, ..