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hw I'aw, Miciiirax, Makcii 2, 1877. S1FTIXUS. A yoinivr Lean, at his sister's evening pnly, begun to sine, "Why ma I so Aveuk i.! d weary?" when u little brother broiicht the icrfitinanec lo a sudden !..m' by yelling out, "Aunt lary say 9 i! b.'Mi:sf yon ronit; so lati , und drunk most every night!" A younsr lady of Lyons Town, reeenl said. "Soilii! men ur jiIwmvs tnlkln. Iv i.i.oni patronizing meir own town al wnys harping on tliat duty nnd yet they p abroad to pet married, while here wc k!1 stand vailing! I tlo hope that sonic of those men who marry Eastern women w ill get cheated:"' A Texas editor, whore midnight oil n.ihavo failed him just us hn was going J i' press, prints tho following energetic j'iidon : "The man who would water pe lioleum and sell it, would sneak into the I dare of the king of kings and steal the ;;ilding from the wings of angels." The m; Hirer could hardly have been more iuoroii9 in his denunciation if lie had crmght somebody watering his whiskey. Recently in Detroit a coach dog was ij.iietly wriggling his wav under his mas tris carriage, and a Newfoundlander manifested u disposition to chaw him up. After a great deal of mameuvring t he Newfoundlander darted under the buggy at the rear, nnd coachy darted out in front close to the horse's heels. The e ther followed, but failed in Ids mission, and, besides being stepped upon by tho horse, was run over by the carriage nnd badly hurt. A beautiful porcelain medallion por trait supposed to represent Sir "Walter Kaleigh, which was ploughed up in a field near Stratford, AY estmorclaud County, Va., in 17D4, by a colored man, is now in the possession of a gentleman of Lccs Imrg, Vu. The colors are as bright and Ireshas if they had been just put on, and the whole piece, which is not much larger tiian a silver half-dollar, will bear the loscst scrutiny under a magnifying gla'-s, which indeed only develops its 1 unities beauty of execution. The mi nutest points of detail are given with photographic fidelity. The peculiarly brilliant and enduring coloring of thta ii;edallion belongs to the lost arts. "Silver Spring," according to a Flow da correspondent, is the most, unique s-pot mar that most nnhpic; of rivers, the Oelawaha. One marvels over the clear transparent water. Your boat seems to ll-at in the air, and objects can bo seen ( ighty feet down tit the bottom fish, too, are plainly seen. The bottom is silver sand, varied with pale emeralds, huge colored rock, strange formations of lime crystals and white coral. The spring throws out thousands of gallons of water a minute, but there is scarcely discern ible a ripplo on its surface. Drop in a oin and you can follow it with your eyes to 1 lie sand at the bottom as it zig zags downward. Mr. (Jalloway has called attention to t lie fact that if a Davy lamp be burning tranquilly in an explosive atmosphere, t he transmission of a sound wave pro duced by a slight explosion of gunpow der, is sufficient to cause the communi cation of Uamo from the lamp to the f urrouuding atmosphere. llitherio it has generally been assumed that the oc currence of a collier explosion, after firing a shot, is due to actual communi cation of flame from the gunpowder to the fire damp ; but Mr. Galloway's ex periments show that it is much more likely that the explosion is brought about by the noise of the shot being propagat ed through the galleries of the mine to the sit'ety lamp. Whack ! went her broonuliek on the back (as she supposed) of a neighbor's old cow- that hmi greatly annoyed her by nocturnal depredations "in the garden. "I'll teach you to eat n;y pansies and min my heliotropes, you old villain!" said she, as she sprang from behind the hollyhock bush in the darksome evening t.nd brought her cudgel down with terri fic force upon 1 Iks new sfovc-pipo hat ol the minister, who was jmt 1'eeling foi the gate latch to make a friendly call. The call was deferred. "When he. canu next morning, with a forgiving smile, :.::d a fearful welt on his countenance, to Im'iL for his gold spectacles, the lady d' livcrcu an apology that bore the marks ( :' midnight preparation and repeated I : is ate rehearsals. The spectacles were loiu.d at. lenrrth in the fennel patch, two i 1 '.' from t l.o eventful gate, but hail to ,r to the jewelers before they ccu.'d c T :. bed in v. iMi pr prie: y. 'i'hebody of .sir James ('!. p. hour, who drowned !y the CH-i ! I inu' of u b.nil on Lo.-h l.o;, load on !) inbi r s, rio. been recover.-.'., and v.;.s buried in the old i hapcl adjoining I'os-dhu House oil; Deei-mber An "(Id mri'iive gold watch, a family heirloom, was found on the bod)', and tho hands were stopped ut 1:10 1 M., though it is tlionght it must have continued to go for some minutes after the accident happened. Th 2 remain of the kennel boy, Anderson, who.sc body was found at the same lime as that of his master, was buried in the church yard of Luss; and the body of Scotswood, one of the gamekeepers lias also been found. A bag of shot which was in tho boat has also been picked up near tho same spot, id"wing that the bodies had not drilled much from the place where tbedisastcr occurred. A suit was recently brought Ticfore tho Sl.rnlT of the Dundee (Scotland) Small IkU Couit, to obtain damages for in j rii s sustained from tho bite of a dog. A uv.n ym about to enter tho house of a tii i-dibor to complain of the noise made I y dog, Lut being somewhat, violent in hi manner, the dog jumped upon the Intruder and bit him in the face and b: :; l. At the tiial, the plaintiff having 1 ii! d lo prove the dog's previous bad l.-.nKtcr, ho sheriff decided the case in lucr of the defendant, spying that, it v.r.s in-;ular that, according to Scotch hw, :i dog waa cntilled to. the firit bite o 'U of a man without attaching a penal ty to tho master, whilo tho master waj liribh' for t he first bite tr.ken out cf a however good the previous charac ter of the dog might have Lccn. A quarrelsome couple were ilisuising the subject of epitaphs and tombstones, and ihe husband said: "My dear, what kind of a stono do you suppose they will give in.' when I die?" "Urimstonc, my lov," wn the affectionate reply. Foolish Song. Stupid-ditty. Is the pea board made of beach f 1 Net a Mi A pretty widow. For Sale Cheap! One of the choicest residences in the village of Paw I'aw, Mich., consisting of a find dwell ing, euug barn, nearly new, tea acres of land, with choice fruit and shrubbery in great abun dance. Premises in good repair. For tennt apply to it. F. J UD30N, lHOtf Kalamazoo. Mich. J am now f arniahing aa good a chair as is made in tbis or any otber market, and will sell tbem at reasonable ratee for cash, liy secur ing tbe services of Mr. Miles Lucas, an experi enced chair maker I have beon enabled to make this oner. Come and see my chairs, and look over tbe balance of my farnitute stock, Respectfully J AMES IIUTCniNS. Paw I'aw; Aug. 18tb, 187J, SKNU i!5c. to O. 1. ROWELL & CO.. New York, for Tamphlet of 100 pastee, coataining 3C0D newspapers, and eat i mates showing coet of advertising. 11-2 A wagon shop and blackemita shop, with tools for Bale or to rent, at Kendall, in Fine Grove. Call or inquire of 1133 mo3 1 Geo. W, IIowland. E. G. BUTLER, Dealer in Groceries, Pro visions and Feed, CHOCKEItY anil- U LASS-WAKE, at Rntier's Old Stand, on Kalamazoo Street, I'aw Paw. tonality Good. Pricet Low. Call and see for yourselves. It will be to your advantage to come and see me. E. G. Butler. FOR SALE ! A HOUSE and LOT on Oak street, between Kalamazoo and Nileu streets. Enquire of C. E. GALLIG AN. Oct. 13th, 187C. O B. - GO TO Who have a Fido Stock of all grades, from tbe Finest down to good, serviceable, Rolled Plate and Tlated Goods, at the Lowest Prices consistent with a living margin. Fine Watches, in Gold and Silver Cases, Chains of aril grades and styles, Clocks of every description, and Plated Ware of the best make and quality. They make a specialty of And have just procured some Improved and Expensive Tools and Lathes especially adapted for that branch of their business. Satisfaction 4iiaraiitced. CT Before making your purchases call and examine our Goods and Frees. 11331y JOMl.V K.VO II 9LK8. Lawyer and Justice of the Peace. Collection and Insurance Agency. Represents Fire Asso ciation of Philadelphia; assests 3,500,000. Non Board epecial rates for dwellings and farm property. Office over Fost Office. I'aw Paw, Mich. PIMPLES- I will mail FrcoJ tbe recipe for prcpaiing a piniplo Vegetable balm that will remove Tau, Freckles, Pimples and blotches, leaving the skin soft, clear and beautiful ; also instructions for frodncing a luxuriant growth of liair on a hald icad or fmooth face. Address Hen Valdelf .t Co, Hox 5121, No 5 Wooeter st, N. V. 1 1137mG Dr.E.A.GURTIS TREATS ALL CHRONIC DISEASES OF THE Throat, Ltuiffs, Heart, Liver, Stomach, BoivcLs: Kidneys, and Bladder, Female Wcaknc, Cancer, Fpifepsy, Fever Sore, NcrcoasWraknes, Scrof ula, Asthma, Catarrh, JlroHchititt, Dyspepsia, etc. Dr. Cartis M:didned are sfheted ju'lacijxilly from the vgdaUe king dom, and arc dt void f the injurious ejjict of Calomel and ota r poisoa oi' minerals. If is re jactation is j'atndid, upoa yevrs f nvrcrssftd practice, lie crm sptedily a'hea a cv.rc is pos&ihh, iid never ijirf cr cov.raaemcal anltf there is ootid rra Fni.jhr so doiinj. 11 is remedies itr r r r depress! but sa'iia, the vital Jorcc. Dr. C. vtn'd'wll'l Invites oUotflivt'd to muxidf. with hi iii, as there is often, hope under chanae if treatment, f.vea. It'heil hopC has li'.CU'dbt'wloued. For further adi ice call upon or addrets J)t . -i. Curtis, Dowagiac, Mich'. ICC 200 Acres Improved Fannin? Land for Sale! In lote to tait purchasers. A small payment in band and balance on time at low interest. Addrese Box 51, Fine Orove Mills, or call on Pi. 31. Mieo, it Mine place. lH3tl - IT MORTGAGE SALE. Default having been made in tbe eonditiona ; of a certain mortgage, whereby tne power tuere-1 in contained to sell has become operative, exe-1 ecuted by George V. Powers and Martha J. ; Powers, of Porter, Van Huron county, Michigan I to Albert Wheeler, of Geneva. New Vork, bear ing date the PJtb day of January, a. p. eighteen j hundred and seventy six, and recorded in the I oftice of tbe Register of Deeds for tbe cennty of Van Duren in said state of Michigan on tbe , 21tb day of January a. d. eighteen hundred and . seventy six, in liner 10 or moriKKB. uu ib 208, npou which mortgage there is claimed to be due at tbe date ot tbis notice tbe sum of two hundred and seventy four and 31M0J dollars, (t'ili 89), and no suit or proceedings at law having been instituted to recover any part tuaranf Nnfina im thflrefore hereby Riven that on Monday, tbe 21st day of May, 1877, at 42 o'J clock noon, 1 shall sou a puuiio lucnou, w m highest bidder. sale to take place at the front door of the Van Huron county Circuit Court House, id the village of Paw Paw, the premi ses described in Bald mortgage, or so much thereof as shall be necessary to satisfy the amount due on such mortgage, with 10 per cent intereut and legal costs, together with an attor ney fee of fifty dollars, covenanted for therein, that is to say, the following piece or parcel of land, situated ia Van liuren county, in the state of Michigan, viz: Tbe north sixty acres of the west half of the north west quarter of secton twenty two (22) town four (4) south of range thirteen (13) west. mnmm Dated Paw Paw, Feb. 17tb, a. d. 1877. ALBERT WHEELER, Ili3tl3 Mortgagee. MORTGAGE SALE. Default having been made in the conditions i of a certain mortgage, whereoy the power there I in contained to eeu nas oecome opermve, I cuted by Goorge W. Powers and Marti ! Powers, of Porter, Van Buren connty, Mich I to Albert Wheeler, of Geneva, New Vork, in contained to aell has become operative, exe- jiartita j. cbigan, bear ing date the 27th dav of January, a. v. eighteen hundred and seventy five, and recorded in tbe ofiice of the Register of Deeds for the county of Van Buren, in said state of Michigan, on tbe tirst day of Februarv, A. d. eighteen hundred and seventy live, in liber 6 of mortgages, on page Gil, upon which mortgage there is claimed to be due at the date of tbis notice tbe sum of seven hundred and thirty one and 8J 100 dollars ($731 83). and no suit 'or proceedings at law havirg been instituted to recover anv part thereof, Notice in therefore hereby given, that on Monday, the 2lt day of May, H77, at 12 o' clock noon, I Hhall sell at public auction, to tbe lughest bidder, Bale to take place at the front door of the Van Buren county Circuit Court House, in the village of Paw Paw, the premi hgs described in eaid mortgage or eo much tbereof as hhall bo necessary to natisfv the amount due on such mortgage, with 10 percent interest and leal cost, togetber with au attor ney foe of liftj dollars, covenanted for therein, tbat is to sav, the following piece or parcel cf land Mtuated in Van Buren county, in the state cf Michigan, viz: The north sixty acres of the west half of the north west quarter of section twenty two (22) town four (4) south of range thirteen (13) west. Dated Paw Paw, Feb. 17th. a. p. 1S77. ALBERT WHKELER. 1H3U3 Mortgagee. Default having been made in the conditions of a certain mortgage, whereby tbe power there in contatned to hell Las become operative, exe cuted by arah J. Dailey and her buaband, Ira 11. Dailey. of Porter, Van Buren couoty Jhchi gan, to .lbert Wheeler, of Goueva, Now Vork, bearing date tho sevonih day of December, a. d. eighteen hundred and seventy one, and re corded in the oflico or the Register of Doed9 fcr tbe county of Van Buren, in said Btate of Mich igan, on the eighth dav of December, A. v. eighteen hundred and seventy one, in liber G of mortgages, on page 593, upon which mortgage there ia claimed to be due at the date of tbis notice the bum of seven hundred and forty three dollars and forty three cents, (743 43), and no suitor proceedings at law having been instituted to recover any part thereof. Notice is therefore hereby given that on Monday, tbe 21tt dav of May, 1877. at 12 o'clock noon. I shall sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, sale to take place at the front door of tbe Van Buren county Circuit Court House, in the village of Paw Paw, the premises described m said mort gage, cr so much thereof as shad bo necessary to satisfy the amonnt due on such mortgage, with ten per cent, interest, and legal costs, to getber with an attorney fee of fifty dollars, cov enanted for therein, tbat is to say. the following piece or parcel of land, situated in Van Buren county, in tbe state of Michigan, viz: Tbe north r-' quarter of tho nor'.u west qnarter of sectici. venty three (23) town four (4 ) south of ractt thirteen (13) west. Dated Paw Paw, Feb. 17th, a. d. 1877. ALBERT WHEELER. 1143U3 Mortgagee. STATE OF 3IICinAX,lss COUNTY OF VAN HUREN, )' At a session of tbe Probate Court for tho county of Van Unren, holden at tbe Trobate Ofiice in the village of I'aw Taw, on Monday, the 29th day of January, in the year one thou sand eight hundred and seventy seven : 1'resent Alfred J. Mills, Judge of I'robate. Iu tbe mat ter of the eBtata of Thomas C. lienton, de ceased. On reading and filing tho petition, duly verified, of Wells W. YVdcox. praying that ad ministration of said estate may be granted to Emory O. briggs. or eoma other suitable per son, thereupon it is ordered that Monday, the 2Cthday of February. 1877, at ton o'clock in the forenoon, ha assigned for the hearins; of caid petition, and that all persons interested in said estate are required to appear at a session of paid Conrt, then to bo boldmi at tho I'robate Ofiice, in tbe village of Taw Taw, and ehow cause, if any there be, why the prayer of the petitioner should not be granted. And it is further ordered that -aid petitioner tnva notice to the petsons interested in said estate of tho pendeccy of Paid petition, and the hearing thereof, by causinz a copy of this order to bo published in the True Northerner, a newspaper printed and circulating in said county of Nan buren, for threo successive weeks at loast pre vious to said day of hearing. lHOtl ALFKED J. MILLS, ( A true copv.) Jnlgo of Probate. Alfbed J. Mills. Judge of I'robate. STATE OF 3IICHK.AX, ss COUNTY OF VAN HUKEN, S At a session of the I'robate Court for th coanty of Van Buren, bolden at the Probat Office in the village of Taw Taw, on Tuesdav' tho 13th day of February, in the year one thou sand eight hundred and seventy seven : 1'went Alfred J . M ills, Judge of Probate. In the mat ter of the estate of James Skinner, deceased. On reading and filing tbe petition, duly verified, of Lncy Bkinner, praying that an instrument purporting to be the last will and testament of said deceased may be allowed and admitted to probate, and that administration of said estate be granted to said petitioner or some other suit able person, Thereupon it is ordered. That Hat urday, the 17th day of March, 1877. at one o'clock in tbe afternoon, ba assigned for the hearing of said petition, and that the heirs at law of said deceased, and all other perrons in terested in said estato, are required to appear at a session of said Court, then to be holden at the Probate Ofiice, iu the village of Paw Paw, and show cause, if anv there be, why the prayer of tho petitioner sliouia no? ne graniea. anu l, is im.u: v . v . i . i notieo to the persons interested in said estate of tho pendency of sai 1 petition, and the hear big thereof, bv ciusing a copy of this order to be published in tho Truo Northerner, a newspa per piloted and circulated iu said county of N an Uurcn. for threo successive weeks at least pre vious to paid day of hearing. 1H2U .LFK1SD J. MILLS. (A true cipv.") .Indge or Probate. Xltred J. Mills, Judge of Probate. FARM FOR SALE. A farm of 61 acres must be sold on or before the 5th day of March next. Abont 8 acres of wheat on the ground, lOjacTes in grass, a good stream of water running through tbe barn yard. A part of the purchase money can remain on bond and mortgage at 7 per cent. If you want a good borne for a little money come and make me an offer. Also, two good Work Horses for sale. ApoiTtO 1UAFHNUEKS, lllltf Taw Taw. Ayer's Ague Uui-eJ Por Fever nnd Awe, Intermittent Fever. Chill Fever, Kemittentl'ever, Dumb Ague. Periodical or Dilioun Fever, &o., nnd indeed nil the all'ectlons which arise from malari- ous, marsh, or miasmatio poisons. This is a compound rnuodv. ui-nv.red with pr icntiflc frkill from vegetable hitfreilieiits, whirh rarely fails to cure the severest vwa of Chills nnd Fever and the concomitant ilieoi lev. Hicn a remedy the necessities of the people in mala rious dit-tricts demand. It treat Miperiority over any other medicine ) ct discovered for the rurc of Intermittent K that it contains no qui nine or mineral, and those who take it are free from danger of quinism orr.ny injurious effects and arc as healthy after using it an before. It has been extensively employed during tho Jat thirty years in the treatment of these dispensing disorders, and so unvarying lias been its sun-ess that it lias gained the reputation of bring infal lible. It can, therefore, be safely recoinnienih-d a Hire remedy nnd Fpcciflc for tho Fevr ami Ajrue ofthe West, and the Chills nnd FoTcr of the smith. It counteract' the miasmntii poison in lite blood, and frees tho system from its inlhi cice, so that fever nnd ague, thakes or chills, nice broken up by it, do not return until tha disease li again contracted. The great variety of disorders which arise from the irritation of this poison, uch ns Neuritlgin, Jlheumatism, Gout, Uoadaciie, llllndiHHs, Toothache, Kurarha, Catarrh, Asthma, Pal pitation, Splenic A fleet lonn, Hysterics, l'ulu in the lloweltf, Colic, 1'arnlytU, and derange ofthe Momatli, all of which become intermit tent or periodical, have no speedier remedy than Avrn's Aon: CTkk. which cures them all alike, and protertt the system from fut ure attacks. .s a preventive, it l.-; of innuendo strvieo in tlm-c communities where Fever and Ajrue prevails, m it Ma the development 'l Ihe d'.-cao if I; k"!i on ll:t f.r.-t approach oillie preumi: tovy syicp. t' in. Travellers ami temporary rcMilrni? : i'..Vj- ei.a'uled to defy Ihove disorder, and fi-'V will ever .-ufl'cr il" they avail then. selves uf I!n: pronation thU remedy afi'e.nls. 1 or Liver Complaint, timing from torpidity, it is an excellent remedy ; it ttiniulatcs thisorau into healthy activity, and produces many remark able cures where other medicines fail. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Practical and Anilytio;il t'briiilti, jjhii'i.l. .u.iss. CuLU i:V am. im:f.ivr- i. vi i.Yvi;i-:i'.i. T It. H AHKIN'S, Broker, Notary Public and VV Conveyancer. Monuv to Loan ou j:ood Ital Ksta!'. Otrico over irc t Martir'p store, J aw I'aw :.l ichitian. 110'.e Will Cure Dyspepsia, Fever it ri tl Ague, Bilious Kemittent Fever, Liver Complaint, Dropsy Chronic Diarrhoea, Boils, Nervous Af fections, Chills and Fever, Humors, Loss of Constitutional Vigor, Diseases of the Kidneys, Female Complaints, and all Diseases Originating in a Pad State of the Blood, or Accompanied by Debility, or a Low State of the system. Extracts from Testimonials from Distinguished Physicians f- Clergymen IX FAVOR OF THE PERU VI IN SY JtUI. Prom LEWIS JOHNSON, M D., of Hortou. My experience of tho Peruvian Syrup atirs me that it ia a valuable remedy for dieeases usual ly claimed tinder the general term of Uynpepitia. Nervoun Dcbll.ty and Ni-nrnlijia. I have alio found it vicefnl iu rheumatic atl ctionii nnd Hemorrhage of the Lung. From 8. II. KENDALL, M. I)., of Boiton. I was for many year afflicted with Liver Com plaint, of which I xvus enred by the use of Peruvi an fjrnp, and have enjoyed perfect heenlth ever einct. From JAmL'$ P.. CHILTON, M. I)., of New York. Chemist. The result of my ej amination of the Peruvian SiyrupprovM to me that none of themetalicor mineral ponoin aie present in It, not have I found in it any indication of vegetable poioiiou princi ple. The main active ingredient In It composi tion N a fnlt ofthe Protoxide of Iron, which 1h o JudicI.'uMy combined and protected that it doc not und'Tgo any cluing-by expoptirc to the air. From A. A. HAYKS. M. D. of 15oton, A'rr.yrr to ihe Mate l .Massachusetts. It i preparation scientifically and ekillfully coiii;)Ound'-il. jos':tig all tho durability of a spmtn m tinc'ire irliotit any of it ob'.cetioTia ble 'jnalit if- Froui W. I:. cnisilOLM. M. 1). of N-w IJcdford. I liav :::loyed the Peruvian Syrup Miccenfully n .- i--. of Jy-p-plu, Chronir Diarr.l;ii-a, NervoiH Debility, N ur ilgia, r ryineli.e, Doils, nnd dis.-a-ss of th- -kin; ab.i, e'hiorosis, l.Micorrhoa. rrolapvn- t'teri. ai:l in F-malo comji!a1nt tncr-aly- Froi.i Hcv. i.UKDON ItolIINS.of Itartf.ird.C.um. ofthe I!:;)i"t Dinominatiou. V v: sir : It N a duty I own to yon and to tli public to e: press r.iy coniidi-ncn In tha Peruvian Syrup as a fate and powerful remedy In thoio va rious mantfe-tatioii-of dNen-e cone itient. npou disordered dig-iition. It mirprined me by Its speedy and ett'Ctlv- act Ion In i:anes of Cem-ral l)-bllity, Liver Complaint, and Dyfpep"!-i in my family. From Kev. .JOHN CREOOKY. Pa-tor of the Wcs leyau MethodUt Church at Pittston, Pa. My Dear Sir : Having at various times person ally, and In my own atidother families, tested the great value of the medic'ne called Peruvian yru) or protected Solati n ot Protoxide of Iron, I mont cheerfully recommend it, especially to those who aro miner! n s from dyspepticanH uerrous disorders. As a reliable and powerful alterative, It In I think unsurpassed ; and as a tonic, free Irom all the ob jectionable features of alcoholic remede,it Is a most efficient auxiliary to the temperance came. One of tho greatest hindrances to tho temperance reform al preent Is as I think, the medical use of alcoholic stimulants. Whatever may be argued as to their necessity In certain cases, ve have, in the Peruvian Hyrnp, a safe and efficient substitute, for thos dangerous remdio. This testimony is giv en unsoliclt-d,.with the hope that some who are not y-t acquainted with the valuable properties of the m-'dlclne may oe Induced to pivo it a trial Eril W. I'OWLH FOX:'. Proprietor. MO ll.irrison A emie, Uo'tori. Sold by li,::,'i-i-' g'-iiera'.l v. to oivsij.iaiYivs:s. The advertiser, having been permanently cured of tbat dread diaoafo Consumption by a simplo remedy, is anxious to mako known to his fellow sufferers tho means of cure To all who desire it he will send a copy of the pre scription used free of charge with the direc tions for preparing and iiHiog tho same, which thev will find a Huro Cure for Consumption, Asthm, Ilronrbitis. etc. Parties wishing tbe prescription will please address Hrv K A WILSON, 1137mC 191 Tenn St, Williamsburgh, N. Y. KICHOKS OF YOUTH! A gentleman who suffered for years from Nervous Dobility, Premature Decay, and all tbe effects of youthful indiscretion, will for tbe sake of suffering humanity, s;nd free to all who need it tbe recipe and direction for making the simple remedy by which he was cured. Suf ferers wishing to profit by tbe advertiser's ex perience can do so by addressing in perfect eonfidsnce JOHN It. OGDIN. 1137mC 42 Cedar street. New York. iuVmlr far tim rnnnt cf Van liureu. la Chancery, in the btate of Michigan, made on the 11th day of April, 1876, in a certain cause therein pending, wuerein Adolph Nathanson is 1 CAthAi-ina Cheeneman and , Daniel II. Choeaeman are defendants. Notice is hereby given that I shall sell at public auo- I tion, to the highest bidder, at tbe front door of the Court House, in Paw Paw, in said county, , at one o'clock p. ra., no Saturday, the litb day I of April, 1877, the followiug described real en tate, situate in tbe county of Van Buren and I tteof Michigan, to wit: Lot number six in ', block uumber two of tbe plat of tae village or 1 Law ton. 1 Dated I'aw Paw, Feb. 20tb, 1877. ALBERT JACKSON, !H4t7 Circuit Court Commmtioner. KnowLts &, liowLiND, Compl't's Hol'rs. MHr(iA(;K SALIi Default having been made in tho payment of a certain indenture of mortgage bearing date the eighth day of Angust A. I). 1871, executed by Casper Daoham and bis wife Jaoe C. Dun ham, of the township of Waverly, Van Puren couuty, state of Midhigan, to William H. Hawk ins, of Paw Paw, Michigan, and recorded in the ofllce of the ltegister of Deeds of Van liuren countv, state of Michigan, in liber No. 6, on page 481, on the 22d dav of August A. D. 1871, and the amount claimed to bo due thereon at the date of thin notice being twelve hundred and seventy four dollars and sixty live cents, ( (1,274 05) including an attorney fee of twenty five dollars provided for in said mortgage, and ! no suit or proceedings at law or in eqnity having been instituted to recover the amount now aue and unpaid, or any part thereof, Now, notice is hereby given that by virtue of a power of sale contained in said mortgage there will be sold at public auction, to tbe highest bidder, on Satur day, tbe tenth day or March, A. 1). 1877, at the front door ot tho court bouse, in the village of Paw Paw, Van Hnren county, state of Michigan, at twelve o'clock at noon of said day, the fol lowing described lands lying and being in the township of Wtverly, Van Buren county, state of Michigan, known and described as follows, to wit: the north east quarter of the south west qnarter, also tbe south half of the north half of the south east quarter, all on section four in said township of Waverly. being town two south of range fourteen west, 7)ated December 1 4th, 1876. 1 1133U3 War. R. Hawkiss, Mortgaeee. M( r"l 5 TCLttpif gALE. Default hauag been made in tbe payment of of a certain sum or money secured to be paid by a certain indenture of mortgage bearing date the soventofnth day of November, A. D. 1874, executed and delivered ly H. A. YouDg and Lucinda E. Young, Lis wue, of tbe to.vnsbipof Columbia, co-inty or Van liuren aed state of Michigan, to tugene Cooley of Cheshire, Alle gan couuty and btate aforeeaid, which said mort gage was duly recorded in tho office of tho Keg leter of Deeds iu and for the county of Vau buren, on tbe eleventh day of December, A. D. 1874, in liber 12 of mortgages, at page 127, and which said mortgage w&h, on tho tenth day of December, A. D. 1874, duly abdned by tbe said Fugeue Coolay to Horace P. Peek, of Alle gan, Alieeau county ami mate aioreuaiu, ami which said aBigument w as duly recorded in said Ilegistor'H olhco on tbo sixth day or December, A. 1). 1870, in liber IS of mortgagi B, on page 7i, and on which sail mortgage there is claimed to be duo at the date or thi notice the sum or forty fight dollars and ninety cente, .PulK)," nrin'cinal and interest, and also fifteen dollars 15.u0 1 attorney feo. specified in Biid mort gage to be paid in case auv proceedings bo taken to toreclose tho same ; aud no proceedings at law or in equity having been instituted to re cover tbe sum so remaining due and secured as aforesaid, or any part thereof, Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a power of sale in said mortgage contained, and in pursuance of the statute in such caije made and provided, the lands and premises described in said mortgage, to wit: All tbat certain piece or parcel of land Iving in the township of Columbia, county of Van Buren and state aforesaid and described as follows, to wit: Tbe west part of tbe west half f J j' of the norti west quarter i ot the north east quarter )l of section nine 9J in town one 1 south ot range fifteen f 15J weet. containing twenty 20 acres of land, or so ranch thereof as may be necessary, will be sold to the highest bidder, at the front door of the court house, in the village of Paw Paw, Van Buren county and state of Michigan, on Satur day, the seventeenth 1 17th day of March. A. D. 1877, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of tbat day, (said court house being the plaoe of hold ing the Circuit Court for eaid county of Van Buren.) to nay the amount due on said mort gage, and the costs of thie foreclosure allowed by law, including an attorney fee in said mort gage mentioned of fifteen dollars. 1 1133U3 Dated December eleventh J 11th J a. d. 1876. HORACE B. PECK. Assignee. Bniaos A Brnaows, Att'ya for Assignee. MOlmJAGE SALE. Default having been made in the conditions of a certain mortgage whereby the power there in contained to sell hae become operative, exe cuted by Lewi Bowman and Nancy Bowman, bis wife, of Almena, Van Buren County, Mich igan, to Kbenezer Barringer, of tho same place, bearing date tho 20th day of March, 1872, and recorded in the ofiice of tho Register of Deeds for tho county of Van Buren, in said fdate of Michigan, on tbo 2!Uh day of March, 1872, in liber 7 of mortgages, on rage 501, upon which mortgage there ia claimed to be duo at tbo date of this notieo tbe emu of seven hundred snd seventy eight dollars and eight cents, $778. 8 , and no suit or proceedings at law having been iDBtitutfcd to recover any part thereof,Kotioe is therefore hereby given that on tbo7tliday of April, 1S77, at oue o'clock i:i tho afternoon. I shall sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, sale to take place at tbe front door of tho Court House for tbe Circuit Court or Van Buren county, in the township of Paw Paw and etato aforesaid, the premises described iu said mortgage, or so much tbereof a shall be ncces rv to Bitiefv the amount due on said mort gage, with ten per cent interest and legal costs, together with an attorney fee of twenty fivo dollars covenanted for therein, that is to say : the following piece or parcel or land situate in tbe county of Van Buren and stato of Michigan and known and described as follows, to-wit : The south half of tbe north east quarter of the north west quarter and the south east quarter of the north west quarter of section number sixteen 16 in town two 2 south of range number thirteen 13 west, containing sixty 60 acres of land more or less. Paw Paw, Jannarv 4th. 18,7. 1136U3 EBENEZER BARMNGER, Mortgagee. r.iCHAEDR &, Mills, Att'ys for Mortgagee. MOHTGAGE SALE. Default having been made in the conditions of a certain mortgage, whereby tbe power there in Mni.miwi in aii haii become operative, exe cuted by John M. West and Mercy West bis AinhrAA uinihunfficA rr the Register of Deeds for the countv of Van Buren in said tstato of Michigan, on the twenty third day of Mav afore said, in liber 6 of mortgages, on page 2)2, upon which mortgage there ia claimed to be due at the date or this notice the sum of three hun Hr.,i .ri ,i,to ninrt Tiil-lftO dollars, $389.50 1, aud no suit cr proceedings st law having beoii instituted to recover the same or any part thereof. Notice is therefore beteby given tbat on ruesday.tl.c lint day of Mav next, at eleven o'clock in tbe forenoon, I tjball noil at pnh u? auction, to the highest bidder, alo to take pla--e at tbo frontdoor of tbe Van Lu.en coun tv Circait Court House, in tbe village of I aw f'aw, the piemiees described in said mortgage -or so much tbereof as shall bo nocessary to satisfy the amount due on such mortgage, with ten per cent, interest, and legal roe!, together with an attorney foe of fifty dollars.coveuanted for therein, tbat is to say, the following piece or parcel of land, situated in an Buren county in the state of Michigan, viz : The south half of the south west quarter of the north west quarter of section thirty fiye 35 in township two 2 south of range seventeen 17 west, containing twenty acres more or less. Dated Kalamazoo, January 24tb, a. rs 77. U39U3J IRA DAVENPORT. J Mortgagee. R. It J. I). Ecus, Att ye for Mortgagee. wife, ol Van Buren county imue eiaio i igao. to Ira Davenport, of the state of Ney York, bearing date the first day of May, A. u n t.nnrtrnrl STlfl HOVeUlV JOUT. UU 10 MORTGAGE SALE. Default having been made in tha conditions of a certain mortgage, whereby the power there in contained to sell has become operative, ez9s cuted by Albert C. Uay. of the state of New York, to Thomas J. ItO'd, of Albion, in said state, bearing date the eleventh da of March, a. D. one thousand eight hundred aul forty four, and recorded in the oftice of the Register of Deeds for the county of Van Buren and state of Michigan, in liber B of mortgagee, on page forty four ? which said mortgage was duly as signed on tbe fifth day of November, eighteen hundred aud seventy four, by the eaid '1 nomas J. Reed to Nelson Hale, of Albion, New York, which said assignment was recorded in the Van Buren county Register's office, December twenty seventh, eighteen hundred and seventy four.in bber 9 of mortgages, on page two hundred and sixty seven, upon which mortgage there is claimed to be due at the date of tbis no'ice the sum of one hundred and seven dollars and forty seven cents, and no suit or proceeding at law having been instituted to recover any part tbereof. Notice M therefore hereby given that on tho third day of March, a. r. ouv thousand eight hundred and seventy seven, at ue hour of ten o'clock in tbe forenoon, I shall sell at fmblic auction, to tbe highest bidder, at tbe ront door of the Van Buren county court house, in the village of Paw I'aw, the premie described in said mortgage, or so much tbereof as shall be necessary to satisfy tbe same, with tbe costs allowed by law : that is to say, tbe following piece or parcel of land situated ia Van Buren county, Michigan, viz : Tbe north east quarter of tbe south east quarter of section number thirty five, in township number two Mouth of range sixteen west, and containing forty acres of land, more or less. Dated December 6, 1876. 1113213 NELSON HALE, Aemgnee. E. Dobkee, Att'y for Assignee. Assignee' Sale Notice is hereby given that I will sell at pub lic auction, at tbe village of Kendal), on 1 ues- day, March 27th, at ten o'clock a. in., on the j premises hereinafter described, ail the property i not reserved from sale by order or tho Court, , lately belonging to tbe Michigan Chair Compa i ny, assigned to me by said Comoany for the benefit of its creditors. Said property conHiste in part of real estate, situati in aud adjacent to , said village of Kendall, consisting of farming I lands ana Tillage lots, and appurtenances there- on. A more particular description whereof will ! be furnished on application to tbe undersigned. ! Also, all tbe personal property of every des cription lately belonging to said Company, and ass:gned as aforesaid, such as chain, cbair stocs, lumber, shingles, staves, wood, teams, wagone, hay, and al) the otber articles of per sonal property now on hand, and lately used and poHHesaed by said Company. Kendall. Feb. l'Jlh, 1877. 1 1143t4 H. A. PRATT, Awlgnae. GIJ.ilcniAX A8,E. State of Michigan, County of Van Buren, bs : In tho matter of tbo estate of Melissa A. Munn, minor: Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of an order grants to tbe under signed, guardian of the etae of paid minor, bv tbo Honorable Judge of Probate for the countv of Van Buren, on the 21tu day of February, . v. 1877, tbere will bo sold at public vendue, to the Inchest bidder, at tbe frontdoor or the Court House, in the vdlago or Paw Paw, in the countv or an uureu, in said state, on Satur day, tho 21st day or April, a. r. 1877, at 11 o clock in the forenoon of that day, tho following described real estate, to-wit: The undivided one-balr interest of said minor in the west half of the south we8t quarter of section one (1) in town to (2) south of range fourteen (14) weet in the county of Van Bureu and state of Mich igan, excr-pting five acres in tho south east cor nor thereof. e Datod Februarv 21th, a. d. 1877. H41t7 " R.J. MYERS. MORTGAGE SALE. Default having been made in the conditions of a certain mortgage,whereby the power there in contained to sell has become operative, exe cuted by JoHpph II. Letson, and Koeetta J. Letson, bis wife, of Van Buren county, in tbe state of Michigan, to Oeorgo L. Ilyslop, of the state of New York, bearing date the twentr second day of April, A. D. eighteen hundred and seventy four, and recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds for the county of Van Buren in said state of Michigan, on tbe thir tieth day of April aforesaid, in bber 10 of mort gages, on page 124, upon which mortgage there is claimed to be due at the date of this notice tbe ium of five hundred and ninety one dollars 1591.00 1, and no suit or proceedings at law having been instituted to recover the same or any part tbereof, Notice is therefore herebr given tbat on Tuesdav, tbe first day of MaV next, at eleven o'clock in tbe forenoon, I shai! sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, sale to take place at the front door of tbe Van Buren county Circuit Court House, in tbe Til lage of Paw Paw, tbe premises described in said mortgage. or so much tbereof aa shall b necessary to satisfy the amount due on snob mortgage, with ten per pent, interest, and legal joBts, togetber with an attorney fee of fifty dollars, covenanted for therein, that is to say. the following piece or parcel of land, situated iu Van Bureu county, in the state of Michigan, viz: The north east quaiter of the north east qnarter of tbe south west quarter of section eleven 1 1 in township ono 1 south or range seventeen 17 west. 1139tl3 Dated Kalamazoo. January 24, A. r. 1877. fiEOROEL. HYSLOP. Mortgagee. R. it J. D. Bcrns. Att'ys for Mortgagee. MOKTG AGE SALE? Default having been made in the payment of a certain indenture of mortgage bearing dato tbo thirteenth day of Juno A. D. 187o, executed by James M. Ireland and his wife Martba A. Ireland, of tho County of Van Buren, State of Michigan, to Wm II. Hawkins of the same place, and recorded in the office of the Register of Deed of Van Huron County, fc'ta'e of Michigan, in Libor No. Eighth on page (416) on tho tbirteenth day of Juue A. 1. 1873, and the amount claimed to be due there on at. tbe date of this notice being forty-nine and 82-100 dollars including an attorney fee of twenty-five dollars provided for in said mort gage, and no suit or proceedings at law or in equity having been instituted to recover the amount now due and unpaid, or any part thereof, now notice is hereby given tbat bv virtue of a power of sale contained in said mortgage, there wid be told at publio auction to the highest bidder on Saturday tho twenty six day of May A. D. 1877, at the front door of the Court House in the village of Paw Paw. Van Buren County, State of Michigan, at twelve o'clock at noon of said dav, the follow ing described land lying and being in the township of line Grove, Van Buren County. Btate of Michigan, known as the west half of the south east quarter of tbe north west quarter of section No. seven (7), containing twenty acres of land be tbe same more or less. Dated February 28th, 1877. 1144U3. YV. R. HAWKINM. Mortgagee. STATE OF MICIIHiAX,? COUXTY OF VAX KUKEX, At a session of the Probate Court, for the County of Van Buren. holden at the Probate Office, in the VMage of Paw Taw, on Tuesday the 28th day of Feb'y in the year one thousand eight hundred and seventy-seven : Present, Alfred J. Mills, Judge of Probata. In the matter of tho Estate of Ceorge W. Maffir. t m reajmg aud filing the petition, of Azel L. Hartley showing that bo has a claim acatnst the said estate which has been presented for examination and allowance but not examined and allowed and tbat tbe time limitod I rthe conrt, for that purpose has expired, but tint Bald c Btate Las not been dined, and showing also good cause why eaid claim has not been examined and allowed. Thereupon it is order ed, that Tuesday, tho 10th dav of April, lh77, at luiou utiwk iu mo auu QnoD, oa aaergneu nr tbe hearing of said ciaim aud adjusting th? same, aud all persons interested in said estate, are required to appear at a session of said COurt, then to be holden at the Probate Office. in tho village of Taw Paw, and show cause, if any tuere be, why the claim should not te adjusted and allowed i And it is farther ordered, that Said petitioner give notice to the persons interested in said estate, and the said heariDg, by causing a copy of thie order to re published in tbe Tacc Nobtbeuxib, a news paper, printed and circulating in said countr of Van Buren for 4 suecesaivo weeks, at least previous to said dav of bearing. ALFRED J. MlLLA, Judge of Probate. 1144U (A true opy.) ALrsxo J. Mine, Judge of Probate.