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, a.SEBMONi .1 iJiuUi-ltil Afr(T., u Vw Paw, MwilIOAN, Jl'I.Y urn xiwwni n-.- mi.. """" " it V in YIN.. A. S KARRIS. 1 invito your attt'iiiion tluB af:ernoon to the i d:ath of tLo mv.phet E!i-ba, as recorded in A committee of Jews, i; -j o t n r o (1 by I r.cond Kings, the thirteenth chapter and fon--moh.c .'t thi loaJit'S .Ir-vs'i-h low; of j toenih to the twenty-tirst verse. i States: isiotw i. I u: nrst ics-oii that presents itscit i.i tint hi tho hour of oar d;alh ou the unture of the dise;ts or the no d- Lamin?'' Vf4rtsp0nd' ri t s ' till us tin.1' 1 icmc under' wl.os infiiuM co the person , following ; . .'Miss Jtimy Mc rrill has nv , I is when (I) in. Thirdly, th rule v. uld ' cessfuliy carrud" ti a farm in1 Lansing, : totiMjjii to p'idith'ii Mijuy uf .tue.'bVi-t !towuhip, doinj nlso-- the entire -house- ; 'christians, rowj r. ' tl c author it ; hold work, nt.l tenchirg a kcI.ooI Jour 11! Til flSlJnVIVfl I'UV nv KAII.IXO 1 l. THE GQLDEH OPPORTUHITY ! rt'ire .! N : w Vorl:, have to lied a suitalw huild tt 1 .r-e Lute! v:.-:to ' it i!l on v::u t wq may ui.li a ,TcuWr iniiueuce- than.iu all the k'Hiiv1!- 3 i:u ji our lile.i. While Kiisha w-;is iu J htiilth he exerted no itiia- many ot til- hyn.i.s we ting, bai l is 1, is month m tho year. ' rhe lias aiso con l-i.-f vords. 1 tcel ur.uttt ruble dispriir.'' ; tribuicd a number cf excellent articles W'hittticid. tlie great -pri-ii-hr t. 'merely j on liou-kt:cpia; ami other fuhject, to . ti.l. " I tun itvinir." lYutrthl v. ! v lav-! diri'erint new.-manm. aim Miss Mattic . . j t j - I . , . I . " r iii-r so much stress oil death bed utter- (jatc?, a vcuug lady of omo ability, :i ! T"T7" r riT7,Y T T ""W Tv" "IF w 1 f s TT 1 t. f ' F- X''Si J fot.rtU that a ! !if, I elrrk in the store of Ml ?. Chomway, in 1 VV . U . O JLJ JLii-J JLUH V! Vl V ; .V. ost a'davin' threel SiiCtFAl. Trttti- iroi:i t'..w I'.mv rut , nit with tU pamt nurne.1 Truii-K .n th, MlfULur. tVutr:.! ;it!road it Law tiii:. it ii'ii '. v-'.. LB AT t 'A' ft-'t'l A. M.. r-r ,;r!i. I'n.m Luumi at T A. M. !::' i. "r... ."l vyr, .u. I W:n rrc?ait east. V..i . :u. jv i!-ilii..'(vi Ai ..ii.rdi.t loll, .' l.i" fr r t urn t.'.v l'w onikj, Mu'iiv'iin v.'.-titr.t! 'I'ruii - li ".' l..i v- mi . J(tJ' !tLIN(. Miu't. ap.v'w v! of v.icKOdtics.' :'.i'.r W rMuiAil for by ut pioutphi-scs n ,ttoV For r lath, t.rvtical advioe to hU ru,o "-I:,iU IH,unu lxc,l.eu. "u ,uia i death bed.- You will Ve 'the ,-vil.ot tlr rntlark. of Mr. Fred Doucl hi a ;!Ck! ,,VL!r ,hc ot. sracl! J;ut..7hen j this it. reading the neeOuM, cf the .'x ht'e Meech to e.,: colored people in . taken mcU, and the tllne ctuKjs v ,juV lliUrJvrc. AlmoM in- pl'OplU U 1 I u huid : 1 ih m.occ : to .):i:l- colored Maryland, emnot be cxcelb d " Without uotcy there is no iure : without leisure, no thought; without thought, no progress." Then. -fore Get moiiey It make a brief but mighty Honuoii, beoausi it . coatnirs the . truth wl.ivh cca-tituteJ the working platform of li'imi'j existence. It applies to the whit L-a as well as tho blacks. threatens tu be tat 1 1 . then the kini' be giio to n-uVun wbat tho liiau of God is worth. Now, Klishji was fallen frick, of his sicktii'ss whereof .ho died, and Joah, the' king of Israel, came down unto him and wept over his face aud aid, 0. tny Father ! my Father (' the chariot ' of Israel aud tho horsonien t - i thereof ! 11 As' much as to say,." You arc worth more to tho kiukdom than all nnrr trulirir nriuv tlio rhnriots mid If Judge Hilton's object in pomul-;tl)0 iJOrse,Uen.'' Thus it U tht.t mauv uutil he fortv eoniDiained that he had a ri-ht to expect. The ew -aj3St Mosos. Ho was the worse kind York an i I.?rc--k!yn pulpits, Jcwibh and : Q a lcaJcr now theJ Rrumbled ! Hut Ohrustta;,. devoted especial attention to 1 when Masw lfcaves tlQm0 climb Mount his cite, ou Jfuoday, aul wore .more ' t;s,.V,'- Upifdit nnd li dnwn and din. ttic ctui'trcn oi isiaei uein 10 appreci ate the worth of their great law 'ivir Lt .Judge Hilton s cect m rromui- tll0 Norsemen.''. Thus it U tht.t i gatiuj! his infamous anti-Hebrew order ;au individual is not appreciate I uut wa.- l.o pet him-clf tpoken of in the pu'-! j3 jj or aout t0 jj yor pit, lie Las succeeded beyond anything ; vcars tl0 ci,iijrell 0f Israel compk of ! i It ii than th :y o(.hei' t'i'(; ddest it' p 'c.tiiatlj, vices which ti; n::iiilc'!.i. 3 their dnanciation have b-cn u'ou any ?ct wirnm the munory the; aiiJ wecp v.caUs0 0f is departure, .ubitunt. Mr. JJeeeutr was: Many paittits, on their death-bed. ex :vito i-i his eondemnation, crt a luCrt. jl0Wcrful iailuouce over their vtrv tlc-Muently of the sst-r-1, n.w,.,. ti,a thi.v nnuld wild when in rendered . ; Indians nre still c on;mi' i.-.u! r:.ur Lr.- :m-l de-j-redi;-. white.;. Mtamvbik Gei:. ti:. povcrh s.- t ) proceed ... a., r 'i portion of the In . ' i :h j o it'i m io of :. in- tro!i'.-st and most :Je of warfare that It is full of natu;-- .: tti.-ir l ;ait.fd. Tii- T-l ti!!i; ii, ; ti ir.s t .Howard against ti. din.lis, wi : 8.;!i:t i ri f;i Viir.i':. could he : :t I o an,: to m.'i under oov.jr ct' tho artilerv, but when aero-, tliov 'viti have steep mountains to ciimb nnd rocky canyons to cross to get :t the Indians. Without sniheL-nt force U) co ojera!o with (ion. Howard it is difficult to see how he can hold the In diaus t' aa engagement :r do anything, cJb'tu.d a .-air..t them heal tii. The children will now promise to' do better, if they ever will. luiiu the lsfct tew wecks of Hor.icv4 Greeley'.- life nothing was too medii for the pcophj tu say about him. , Xast muj.! pictures of him that would kill UK'St auv one. An editor tdt.s in his j variably wh'ou those men are caught, convicted, .stand on the jcalIold, no hopn of eape, the fatal noose danjLrlinp be fore their eyesthy say to the bystand ers, Trust in Jesus I trust in Jesus and feel that I am saved. I do not Say that those men are Lot saved God ' is the .Judge but I do siy that I have read thos.? things until I am disgusted ; with them. I think we have had full! enough of this " gallows religion.'' It'1 I were to drop down iuto this world fretn another plat.et, , and had never , heard'of the christian religion and were to get my first impression of it from j reading the accounts of these execution, j I would naturally mfrr that the infal- i Jible safe way to et to lleavca would be to go by w-.y of the gallows ! Lit j us s!on this kinet of preaching. If you j want to know whether the deceased one : is in ileaveu. don't ask what did ho say j when dying but what did he do while living. "Let th.' life bj right, and the! death bed and its utterances will take care of themselves. 4. The last :.on gleaned from thi-jj narrative is, that every good life leavts j behind it an influence that is lile-g':vii'g A tutu-mi pr.K'.ssiou wa- iodowmg the bodv ot i Irion ! to the grave. They aw a bind of Moabite robbers and, T .nrii". 'bns 'lift losl years, and during the' tiuie, out of work ing hours." has studied German and music, made her own clothes, and walk ed a long distance to her home. She has also beeu a regular attendant at church, having .juite a long distance to walk to it. " Sweeping Reductions , In Prices of Tin Ware and House-Keepers' GOO DS. I now receivia aod placing on eale tLo moat elegant stack of Dress-Goods ever shown here. The I$et HIatk Alpaca in the City lor lOc a Yard. A Superb Stock of CLOTHING! In Men's, Youths' and Boys'. Full Suits of Men's Clothios for I and up. Our stock of Boots & Shoes Tall'. Iiei Mu.;. 1 ALot:i':i. Leave Kiii!in 'ton. Lulu-. . . . : M C" it v, Nw Ur.tt'.ilu, " Thr.'f Oaks , li'Hhanaii, . .Vk. . - 1 Iowji::!ac, - i Docntur. - - Li.wtori. - . . Kalamuzoo, , ttaJeliurj:f i liuttle 'rt-eU, I ilirshaM, - - , AlMun . Jackuu, arrive, i T.ii'kno.i, dejiart.: O.-jk Luke, - i e hcUc.i. - . ; TJexter, . - . Ann Arbor, - ! YjHiluutl, I M u.vi.' Juiiition, O T.JiiiKtion. Uetrol:, arrive, j ' ' '.llll f..4'f - s.41 .. .i.n ) y.ur ;t livl"' " ;:'..)" 11,1 u 11.47 12.4'ipm 1. U 2. -13 S.15" a.4- o.l.t " EE & MARTIN . .. i . -I -i " " " .anctum inditing an artieie neaaea j ,Vi.htell(.,1( t!u;V threw the body iuto the Imperfections ot old Greeley. hn.e , ; u, , o, ,.jftlia When the bodv peucu eau , , , , , Klish:i it em.o tn life This was a m:rac:c, and wo stop not to diseu.vs it. save to draw from it life has thrown out as last as the trace the lines of abuse. As the article :s halt linisLed. an associated pres tele iMa..i. co aiL'.o:icu ui n ou s, f-rum . Horace ' jreeie uicuioua-. , isi v. ..... ...i ,i, i : . . t . . J...i:.'., T . i ' 'PI.' I. .It P-'nea; uwou iaav uvu tuv i .mora, a iip e :y: vj ...u xuuiaus ija .Ueu tne newspaper u -u. 0f u L'Ood man is ended his inHueuce rcma.n at,d tigur or retreat as tney ; written editorial on t&c impericcttons Utjl The, Council of Constant- nt. in: ;roops may cross ine ri.cr ot Oia jrreeiev is mrowu inio iue wasic ii , t t fi Y.n,., ,,f basket, and a new article is commenced entitled, Death of Honorable Horace Greeley, the great editor and philan thropist ' Death chauges the bitterness into sweet, the abuse into eulogy. Wicklitf Intorr.Ml irt Viiirrit to nl.nu The infuriated mob obeyed the order ur e3n 'iaar pai and then threw the ashes iuto the lliver ! Ten quart pail, ( Swift. They have succeeded in remov- Oae quart dipper, niff -an trace oi ickiih s ooay. dui have put the price of Tin W art 23 per cent, a less than their former retail prices cr at the same prico aa heretofore wholesaled to Tin Pedd'era. Delievina: that our customers are entitled to the sirao privileges and advantages in prices we Lava adopted the following : Scale of Prices. hreo milk patls. 14, 10 and 5 quart for is unsurpassed. Men's Heavy Hoots for 2 00 an J up I Men's Calf Boots for i2 51 and up ! Choice lines of 4 i v 4.4:2 " s'.4i'.ns "AiaTlT i..)l S.4S U.I., !l ' to.lcpm Jacknou Ex!re. 7.1.'un 7.44" s.l- " S 'J.') " !.." I " (...'" " Tu.l" ll.":un t.ire. D.4 i VX$ " 11.55 " 11.40 " 11.53" 12."ara l.na 1.27 " 2 17" li.:7 " y.15 " :u: " 4.1,7 ' 4.52 " 4.55 " l .ti " i.oa .2S ' t4X ' ;.io 7.5.' 8.1'i-ira Detroit. L-. j i. T.'.iaT:i-:!. ! W'.-i yru' .Tr.:i':tioa. : Yp-iJani!, ! Ai-i! Ar'.ivr. -D.'.t-r, - - 1 eUici-:,. . . . ir:l Lak". - ' i k0' ar. ivv, direct from the manufacturers, at extremely I '.t...!'''.1''.11' Inn' nrii'm -i .. i. . n ... , ! n ut:,- Cr,ik. - , H care sale agents for the justly celebrated j '.'.--'I'lir-. - ' .OO.-U!. is LADIES' SHOES direct from low prices. - 1 tlll 'lit Ml".'- VI iany a man caunu; "u i have they swept away his influence are while she is living, ne wm ma e ?he trutl3 hQ- The- Lar.siag Hep., m.ikcsthe following Kt.ilenicnt i;. regard to the e;;:ct of the rresident's recent cireular against the active partieination by Federal oliioe l.oldciH in the management of political or.':iiii7,ati 'U : ' In the lUpubiican irtnte Central CJ'.tuinittee of Michigan the following now bold federal odices : S. J. Hnr pec, nouma.ster. Marshal: C Y. Os- wi her lifj miserable, and then when she diiN feeding that he ought to make some restitution, he places a hundred dollar tombstone over her grave. Post mortem examination is fre.puoutly a good thing, but post mortem love is of little worth. L'. I learn from this incident that it i., nut the publicity of life that determ ines its iiunortaute or untfuluess. It is . . - : ."1 4 . ... 1 ti... . v., ,.f esumateu xuai auout miij-u around Jlisha i-nte is unreooruen. now many IJible characters it is said They Six quart milk panj, preached reverberate to- gallon oil cms, One-ha'.f gallon clean, Rising sun ?:ova pollisa larj-j cakea. day from ten thousand thousand pulpits. A geulleman hearing a young man swear, said to him that if he would no alone tit the hour of midnight to his j Ef8ht oz- clrP3t tacl"' mother's grave ami utter thoso same 1 No, 9 tin bottom toilers, oaths, he would give him titty. ..bdlars. ! 1 he young man said he would -'o. vv hen the clock struck the hour ot midnight he started in the direction of the burial $1 00 10 20 2J 16 40 30 05 03 1 75 BURT SHOES I; for Ladies and fientletnen. KH-EVEUV rAIR WAHKAMED! Ve have also been appointed sole agents for ha colfebrated Iaiiietoivii Alpacas : A few reasons why they are superior to all others : 1. They are warranted not to pucker in a shower. 2. They are warranted not to shrink in wash ing. 3. They are warranted not to crumple easilv. 4. They are warranted to be fully 'J7 inches wide. 5. To be equal in durability and color to the best Foreign Goods in the market. Kaltitu:izoi', c.;ti;r. )iif:l-:i;;,', - I No- I JJ'ieiiili.aM. J T'-.n- o-iks -I Now Duilalo, : Michigan e itv T.ik.-. Koni rioter.. Chlc.iiru arrivo 7.4' 1 ."l ' li'i't it.:. .. I.."-, e.i:. 2.41 ::.it 4 T: 4. -'A .f.u ki-ou 4.2(i.m 4.:'..'. .'i. ' li.12 1 . "iw.11 zoo Aei-i v.i'n. I ."i':im 4.41 " i, 4,1 l-i.2.-:ra J liven ingi O.Oanm C.." :.57 - ; s.a: ,i !. 2" 9.--J-) ' I I. .:.-:.;- 1 1 11 mi" 1 : II. l,i; ' I U.'i'iau 1 ' Ji!': !' W4 ' 4.1:." i: C.;'i"-n ! j 1 7 ..pm Snr.l.'.y excepted, jsatnrday ami sr.nJay esc. IlEMtY C. WFNTU'i'llTH G.?n-ra"i Paerer uudTicket At't, Chlcaso. li'.inoin. ni-'ilt. It was a beautiful moonlight As he walked along he had seri- born, collector, Mar.pxettc ; T. C Phil- t:u ;u "' v -L, I silvery light, seemed to rebuke him, the lips, i.o,tmastor, Uav City ; V'. L. Sea- 13 obituary. The editor j slillne!i3 ,tt th , hour sc't.lued to i ton, po.tu.aster. Jackson; O. L. Spauld- lh G l.ristiau .inuani nas ! uttcr its protest, and when he entered the ' ing, fecial u-ut of Treasury Depart f?"-. that obituary tices must be ; evm. tMabst0DC lhat hc j mc.it, ist. Johns : Fred L. Wells, deputy j i""'"1 " J' "V1'. .1Ie Vc j pu,cd smed to'join m the general dis II ,.,iii, i-n., u,,m, Mnt-.i.j iJ ou the irmcirle that in eighty words all r ...... . . ,. ill niiLnnuaiivii. 11 m'u ne icuciiu nis ; B The above are samples, the entira Stock in the same proportion. Come and see us au l wa will do you good. , May 15. 1317. Free & Martin. out la Haven lMriwion Leave Kalamazoo, C:oo p. ra. Van Gc bleu, 4:5C Arrive at isonth Haven, 7:"'. Leave south Il iven. ri:4o a. m. Pis Gobies, :4i a. m. Arrive at Kilamazoo. 1D:4') a.m BOOKS, Hosiery Gloves, Corsets, Tanniers, FaDey 1 Goods and Handkerchiefs of every description. jti iu amtil.-i iiuet, ana CTATIARICDV ONE PRICE TO ALL! - A 1 IU WtK T, TSCOA & CLARK'S Cotton . a Spool. ad jiaiua a aiien, uuu cvorjiuiu iu :onons at Bottom Rates. In our 3Iilliitery lleparl incnf we propose placinjr 00 sale (under tlie manage ment of JIihs Corey) the most superb and re cherche stock of 3111)1 1 1 j n ! !-'icy Ootls : at prices that know no competition ! Should you desire BARGAINS in allcltpar ments do not fail to call at the Lee Hive of PERIODICALS. diat.ely after tif April election. and Vrci!s n.sve beMi unite recentlv an- CUIi ,J aaid 01 au' nvr) pe-sou vuui poim.ed kS. J. Umgliam, postmaster i l ' oi v1 MV0 i0. a lew ('Vue of Lansing, reigned th chairmanship ! " itivcs and personal friend,. I lie of tlio HUir i.ntrul Oonimittee imme-! tiltor U corr0lt ia xhl 0U.W:J: Vvo '.to :i good old agi and then in eighty I words can be made us long a record of lyour life us the general public care Nik Sclli.urjiin. wife of the Profess- j av,out ,.c,uaiug. or, m 11 recent pper L-fore the Archa-o- 'phis unrceoiuol work is the most logo-.-. Ii:titut.', London, gave some in-! diilioult to perform. For the soldier to tercM-oig details' ot the hard work pros L.aic ,,e ni;ilparts and, amid cheer eculod by her husband and herself in uj.jOU cil0tr from Lis comrades, plant tho the excavati-ir.' f Mveemv and Troy. I j .-. ;,. v..n. f r.f A,ntU r...mirM courage Uie only was a ort ot section boss, commanding thirty workmen, and it was utidei lit-r dirtctiou that the tomb at Troy and the treasury at Myceoro were discovered. kSo great was her cnthusi ani that she frequently stood all day, iu mud up to her knees, oblivious to hunger and intent culy upon her opera-tioii.s. liat week we announced , that a na tional temperance camp-meeting would be held under the auspices of the Na tional Christian Temperance Camp meeting Association, of which Dr. H. A. Reynolds is President, at Lake Bluff. Hut I have heard old soldiers say that the work they most dreaded was to be placed ou picket duty when in the enemy's country. To stand alone away out ia the woods, far from camp, to be shot down like a dog, and realize that no record of this would be made save, " one of the pickets was killed last night,'' this required nerve. In the battle of life but very few of us carry the flag amid the cheers of tho multi tude : we live alone, our life unnoticed, our death unrecorded. Again we learn from this subject that but little stress is to be laid ou death-bed utterances. " And Kiisha died and they buried him." What his 1 not told us. e tinny miles ortii or Chicago, begin ning July 10. TL..- ground selected is last words were a very beautiful or.e. an 3 there will be j treasure up the last utterances of our atnph: :iccor.::u .'dati-n t r all who at-j lored ones ; this is natural and perfectly tend Tho u.;etiLg- will be l.eid in a proper. Hut from the silence of the hall which wi'.l ..contain 4,000 people, j Scriptures regarding the " last words'' We arc requested to pablish tho follow cf the best Bible characters, I do not ing lettci trom Dr. il.. A. Reynolds: J believe that we can make theso final To the Tcmrnvee People of the ! utterances a test of our acceptance with NorMiwrnfc : ! ' !Goi. I have in my library a book con- In b-lialf tf.c Nati.-nal Christian j taining the 4 la.-t words' of seventy-two Tentperanoe Camp Meeting Association. ! persons. Here .are tne dyiug utterances you ar? caruis'.iy invit.-d to attend the- j of two christians: Martin Luther said,, U'ltiperanee oaiur. meeting held under " Gnd is the Lord by whom we escapes their auspices ..the Lake HlufT Camp death." John Vt'esley said, u The bet: QrouniH, (Vo:- .Tu'.y p; to the 15 indu-i of ail is. God is with us. Farewell!; nive. j Farewell!'' Iu contrast with theso we The juograu.:: inelui:.-. the pronii-j have given the dying utterances of two ucut le.npr ra.o workers of the nation ; j infidels. Voltaire taid to his physician, and the prcscii :c and co-operation of!'I shall ej ta hell and you shall go temperance crgauizations throughout ! with me." Lord Ryron said, " Come, the land, at, 1 vpoially iu the region j come, no weakness; let's be a man to adjacent, ar.d of ovrv individual having' the last." Regarding these last sayings at heart the temper i:e reform, is much j we have two or three remarks: First, dentred C-.ui; to :ay through the ' these dying testimonies prove nothing meeting if p. oible. At auy rate come j but one's faith in his religion.' ' The Lea to c.aU li r;,. iip:ration of the j then, with counteuauco all aglow with great, isrtetnbiy. F: r r rogramme in de- joy and words expressive of happiness, tail see tho printed s'.ip and advertise-' will throw himself uudeT.thc wheels of luentH in Chicag, and other papersstho Juggernaut.,, .Il4difa - happy be throughout the Northwest. ;cau.e Lehas faith, in . that kind of re- ioo Hucccss ..f ti.U tiiw departure in' ligion. To-day . the Turk will throw temperance w.,rk, i upon the temper-' :Lim-'elf upon the Russian bayonet's and ancc people 0: ta ; Northwest. 1 db with utterances of ecstatic joy. He HhNRi A. REYNOLDS jhn been taught that for one to die in Pres. N. C. T. ,C. M. A,x defenca of his religion is a sure pa?sport Ciiioaoo, Jua3 11, 1877. , j to tho skies Secondly, much' depends mother's grave he thought of the child hood houlft,- of th.' prayers that his mother taught him, of the death-bed scenu when she, with pale lips, kissed her boy goo 1' bye forever, of the promise that hc made her, and instead ot utter- I mg an oath over that sacred mound, he offered, a fervent prayer. That mother had beeu dead tor years, but from her grave there came nn influence that bro't her son to Christ. Reiug dead yet speaketh." Preached in the Methodfet Church, LawtDc, rfundav afternoon. Jul? 1st. 1S77. an! revised i by Mr. fcearJes eipressly for the Tbuk Nuarn- EBJEK. 1 1 i 1 The work ou the new capitol is now progressing rapidly. The rooms iu each of the wings, the Governors room, and the library are plastered, the ceiling and cornices in the Supreme Court room are fiuished and the Senate and Repre sentative chambers are well uuder way. The west and north porticos are nearly complete, and ground was broken on Wednesday last for the east portico. Tho latter is equivalent to breaking ground for a $40,000 house. The dome will bo fiuished by September 16th, aud the contractors fully expect to have the entire building ready for occupincv by July 4th, 1S7S Lausiug Republi can. mIhISIII! . J. SELLICK. iiii 11 111 Wall Paper and Cutlery, 4i. lV..ll.'r rili:U S V: llro.keun a full lino of "Stationery of all kinds. Blank Books. Bibles, Testaments, c-cbool Rooks, Sew ing Machine Needles, Oils aDd Attachment. Law blanks. Pens, Ink, Pencil?, S-beet Music, I ancy Goods. Jcc. second hand School Books taken in exchang for New or ld Books. Subscriptions received for all the If adinj pe riodicals published in the L'nited States, at Club Rates. Newspapers and Magazines kept cn Sab. (Jive us a call. G. W. M ATTIIEvVS & ERO.. Post Oaba Bii.ldiu raw Paw. Mw'i DEALERS IN ' in.'--; . -- The Largest and Rest selected Stock in Van I CHRISTIE & TOWNSEKn Buren County, which I will sell at XIXQXj U W i OlliIXU, (Successors to N. R. Geeejt,) 321: AT .UARKirr ! BEDROCK PRICKS FOR CASH, j 1 Come ia and examine mv stock andbecon- Muical Instrument', Arc. 00 , Special attention paid to si if .a. i b i nsr a-. We have New and Improved Tools and can xecute oar work with neatness and dispatch. No matter how difficult the job, we can repair it the samo day it is left if desir?d. Work done for , THETEADE at reasonable rates. -00- Tho workshipers iu the Fourth Con gregational Church, t)f Hartford, have been horrified and justly. For nearly thirty years they have gathered togeth er Sunday after Sunday iu the sacred edifice which they own, rejoicing to believe that all their surroundings weie of the most approved religious charac ter. A few days since, however, their rejoicing was turned to sadness, it became necessary te paint the weather boaten church, and during the process it was deemed prudent to repair and rcgild tho vane aud a large hollow ball directly beneath on the spire. While the ball was being repaired it became apparent that it contained something, and examination disclosed a quart bot tle of rum and a pack of playing cards, which, it subsequently trauspired,' were placed thero while the spire was build ing by some of the ungodly, citizens of Harttord. No wonder the people are horrified when they think ot the rever ential fechog they have had for tho spire. Thurlow Weed deprecates the ten dency of modern nowspapers to do away with capital lettara.. All Work Warranted. Engraving Fro I -00- Gir We keep the best Vi .in Striata in town. The Champion WASHER &s BLEACHER In HARD or SOFT Water. Nobody will want the soft,' sticky, unpro fitable, Yellow Soaps, after using PILE'S CLEAN, HARD, 0. K. Pyle's 0. K; Saleratus is a first-class, healthy Bread preparation and all who study their interest should ask their Grocer for these honest articles. ' Manufactured by James Pyle, Newlork. For 8a! by GEO. W. LOKQWELL & Co vinced that 1 mean business. C. E. MATTHEWS. (Successor to Matthews A- Ilutchins,) HC3tf Paw Paw, Mich. One door East of First National Bank. Comer of Kalamazoo and Oak Sts., Paw Paw, where wiil bo found a good stock at the follow ing prices : Reef, f to 10 cents per pound. Best Pork Meak, 10 cents. -Mutton from 7 to IU cents. 11143 tJL. 'C !ps mmm mm : 1 m mJj 0M. .1 1 ai Nsi 1 an r d t ix'gr - v.. j 1 xiSH5S9& gy ORAND PRIZE 1 CF.NTENHIAl EXPOSITION 187. AS THE BEST FAMILY SEWING MACHINE. its competitors rsivh crly nn award for some special fcature cf t;:etr machines. T!i3 Wci'iikPisJ Wilson Siiollle. wii Mm His U:-.Umi;e.l Capari:y ti do all kir.dj or Far.iHy Sewlii7 ard Manufacturing, ITS PATOT VIT03IA 1IC "Cl'T i) L'i'' on the lnmd ultecl prevents the ma chine from 1:1 lining hack wards ;ind obviate-the luressily of taking the work twin the madiiue to va UmwA on the lnVoin., ivhich 11111 it be dono with all other Sevrin Muchiiies to the groat utinoyanco of the operator, especially In tucliimr, liemmimr und riiAIintr. It le oiic-thinl more work in a given length or time than ;my other Scwlmr machine. WITH IlVKltV .MOTION of the FOOT thc3IA( IIIM1 MAKES SIX STITCHES. lira "rii;;a liiiiass iiii do as jawh wrk h ::o diy as i:z: c&r SSacHnaa. It ntuliv- no Mnri.il lustnittioiis to nc it? an Illustrated Direction Rook U furnt dnvl .vi!!i c;:t!j m.;.li:ti. it c;.:;dt cut cut cr oiider, and the adjustments ars absolutely ferfect. A ri)j. f"!initfd (Yriiih jt? is furnislied witii ';uh mathine, guaranteeing to kern it ii. 1 pair, fiv 5f i.'mrgo, for live y?ars. 31aeliine9 sold on easy t.'nr- of v:n -f, r?::d ielivorcl, free of :Urjt at any Ilailroad Depot in tad I nitcl .SI.:,'.-.; v,l.'i . v Ji.n 11 . Aeuls. , ScttC. C..:- iZIlstrdtcd yatIosiie,' -J Agent 1 Wanted. " ! ( I i . I VILSO! SZW2NO MACHINE CO. .vz r.-r .t..v. 3fcw rc;; x ; :;?r o jlleins, la.; f r, Chicago, ill. ForSale by JOHN W. EMERY, Paw Paw, Mich.