Newspaper Page Text
Paw Paw, Michigan, July 27, 1877. SERMON. orshliiinr The i'rraehert. 11 Y IRVINO A. fKARLKS. And when tbe people saw hat laul bad douo. they lifted up tbeir voices saying tbe cod arecemo dowu in tbe Lkenensof meu. And t bey called Barnabas, Jupiter, and l'aul, Uefcuriui. Act, U, 11-12. These preachers have performed a wonderful wonderful work in healing the cripple and now they must bo wor shipped. The people call them gods aud propotc to cflcr sacrifices to them. 1. There is still a tendency among some to worship the successful preacher. Mauy a noted revivalist has gone to a town, held a great meeting, and when ho went away the converts for the most part backslid. They backslid from the preacher, not from Christ, for they were converted to the miuister, not to the Savior. Iftaaj Errett and Dr. lielding once held a meeting in one of the villages Ion; the shores of the Ohio river. One would preach one night and the other the next. Tim congregations were good and the uttcutiou excellent, but for some pass andlyou sea again a crowd in the ' mountains, because streets. They are drawing a sled. Oo that sled sits the onco beautiful Marie Antoinette and idol of the French pop ulace. Her arms are pinioned. One eye put out. The mob scoffing. the way to tho guillotine 5. the creeks and riv ers dry up aud the wells become too low to furnish water for the cattle. To bacco and ootton quickly dry up a coun try ; in the southeastern counties of On I Virginia and North Carolina, and throughout Mississippi, Alabama, Gcor We learn from this incident that : gia, and South Carolina one may ride lesson which is so frequently presented for hours without seeing more than four in the life of the apostle Paul : He had or tive trees in a group. Droughts are the iudoroitablo resolution so essential ; becoming more and more frequent in to success. 1 these states, and tbe locust, '' that omi The mob has left the apostle suppos-1 nous pioueer of tho desert," has made its iu" that he Mere dead. Faint, mangled, appearance bleeding, with great difficulty he rises W hat will he do now ? Will he not 6top preaching and go into some kind of business where he will not be treated in that way K " The next day he departed with Barnabas to Derbc." What did he do over there in Derbe ? He went right to prcachiug tho gospel again. Paul had learned to a endure hardness as a good soldier." We, my friends, all of us need to learn the same lesson. When a great temperance man began his lecturing he was iu debt beyond his ability to pay. While lecturing oue evening an attachment was made on his 1 ! . 11. T 1 ! It is important that the public should thorouchlv understand the influence which forests have on the climate. Woods are Natures' reservoirs, and iu the network of their roots is held tho moisture intended to supply our water courses during the summer. Oao acre of full-grown beech trees absorbs and dispenses as much humidity as twenty acres of grapevines or tobacco, and more than two hundred acres of cereals. Tbe vapors arising from forests actually pro duco rain, even in summer, at a great distance from the sea. Forests temper the extremes of heut und cold, and they idiil'erent material than that He went unaccountable reason no converts were! right ahead and did the best he could, made This was for some time a mys-Iand to-day the name of John 13. Gouuh Ury, wheu it was found that the coin uuoity weru bottiug on the ministers fomc bet that Mr. Errett was the best speaker, others would stake their mouey on Dr. Beldiug. As boon as this was discovered olo of the preachers left and is a hosenold term in all our land and ten thousand reformed drunkards call him blessed. G. In this hour of need Paul's friends did not all desert him. " As the Disci ples stood round about him, he rose " the other continued thu meeting with '1 hey did not all leave him. If you do pood tsuccess. Tho church at Corioth the best you can you will always find iiH iuto this error of betting ou their : some friends that will stand by you, let jircachtrs: "For while one saith I am ( come what will. Like Paul, you will of Paul and another I am of Apollos h'nd some "false brethren," and like arc ye s;"t carnal 'i " Some Miid, "Paul! Paul you will fiod some who will come . r 'ill l. i i . .... 1 1 1 ta uiy preucuer. l win oui on raui. lijio you wiien you are in irouoie ana say: faul does not preach 1 shall not cocue Is there anything that I can do to help to church. If vou doivt hire Paul to you?" Not the silver of Nevada, the nrcHch bere u miyht as well close lifold of California, tho diamouds of your church "doors." Another said, j Brazil, the glittering gems from the Apoilos ii my preacher. It he does; oceans depths, cau equal iu value not preach I t-ball not come to church. ! friend like that Unlcfjs vou hire him to preach our meet-! iuou dph -x fiilurt? I Cached in the Disciple Church, Paw Taw, '2. How did Paul tr;at these persous who fiebirtd to worship him ? Did ho encourage anything of that kind ? Here wan a splendid opportunity to strike for a higher salary ! " When Paul their S.iVE THE Til EES, and From the Detroit Tribune. Barnabas heard ot this they rent their I In the Aueust number of the Ponu dollies and ran iu among the people lar Science Monthly, Dr. F. L. Oswald cryiug out, sirs, wuy do ye tnesu tilings, writing on " The Climatic Iufiueuce of They werv indignant that divine honors Vegetation," makos a strong plea for uhould be paid them the preservation ol our forests. The fact. which ho cites iu behalf of his ar When Everett was lecturing to rui&e fundw for the erection of the Washington inouuiueut, a picture ou exuibitiou Cincinnati represented "Kverett in all liis fiu 'jroportioas as uu orator, stand ing on the foreground, while away in ho background was the dim, obadowy outline oi Washiuton. In all of Paul's preaching he never allowed himself to In brought to the front of the picture while (,'hri?t was placed in the back- glOUUtl. .'. I'aul urges au important reason why lii7 should not worship worrit f God: "We also are like iKUK-ii'tiS with vou." HuW slow the world to learn dares that ministers i r ii . I I I .... are coinposea oi nesu mm ujuuu. yuui, oiny and pt.ysiology knows no Jift'ercnco between a D. D. and si farmer or u shoe maker. Like you, the minister is liable to mistakes. Like you, he must eat in order to live. Like you, in order to get anything t cat, ho must pty for it, or ought to do so. Like you, to pay his debts, he must set his pay. Henca the rcusoniug cf the old deacou was very incorrect. When the preacher told liini that the church was not paying him wbilo hia creditors were clamoring for their pay, tho deacon, with a deep-drawn nigh, icmarked : " Ah, liro. , you inuj.t not expect much more than souls for your hire." " Yes," replied the now d( operate minister, " but 1 can't live on ku lu, and if I could it would take a great many the size of yours to make a good fuare rui-uP ! Souls are good enough in thei; place, but I have learned from fad experience that they don't pay the butcher nor the tailor. In the com mercial world souls arc uot legal teuuer. j has decreased till failure of crops has From this statement of tno apostle! become a chronic complaint, that "we also are men of like passions All this change is due to the whole with you," ycu are not to expect perfee-j sale destruction of the forests, which tiou in any minister. It is sometimes j have so far disappeared that of the iaid that the preacher s-its himself up aa) forest area of Italy and Spain in the Christ is the only j days of Pliny the Elder (A. D. 70) would not st hmiselt up about two acres in one hundred arc left. model. Th people proposed to ! and in Greece hardly one. Eveu iu the him their model, but he turns , almost inaccessible recesses of the Tuu- thru i-ttntiou frc";i him l) tho One. i rus ranL'O few remnants of wood remain : only One, wh.v; life was per J from Dokbara to the Golden Horn there i is not a stie or brush that can crow up of mere hu- i bclore the natives lav violent hands Ur- or' ropulirity. At one! on it. The Mediterranean, once a forest lake, is now surrounded by dusty and barren coasts, often without a vestiiro oxen nid garlands to sacrifice. Dut in j of organ tie life for hundreds of miles, a. f-w mortetits the inln utcd mob, pick-' In suuie parts of our own country the up clubs and stone.1?, hurl them at jexUut of forest land is so vast that a Pul and hut pose that, they Lavo killed i liberal clearing by tho husbandmau is u") . of advantage in counteracting the excess 1 his t:-. :i.tmeot of Paul recalls those i nf nir.istnrc and miasmatic tendencios : valise in payment for some debt. Did! arc h the homes of msectiverous birds, this discourage him? It is a wonder those best friends of the farmer. A that ho did not give up and go to drink-! country destitute of trees is abandomed ing again and never try to become any- j by birds, and left to the mercy of lo- body. Jiut no, the man was made of custs ana otner insects, it uie tree less expanse oetween tne Mississippi ana the llocky Mountains which feeds the locusts, which so devastate the West, while the wooded countries of the Paci fic Slope and of the Alleghanies are uu touched. Again, forests exhale oxygen and absorb or neutralize a variety of noxious gases. Many kinds of diseases appear uuder the disinfecting influence of forest air ; for instance, ophthalmia and leprosy, so prevalent In the valley of the Nile and on tho table-lands of Darca and Tripoli, are unknown to the well-timbered vally of Abyssinia, which lies more than a hundred miles nearer the equator. Hut tho barrenness of a country is by no means without a remedy, as has been abuudantly proved by the Khedive of Egypt, who, by planting the date-palm and olive, has added many hundred suuare miles to the arable surface of Egypt, and has almost doubled her an ual rainfall. The neighboring coun tries also have felt the effect of Egypt's wisdom, aud uow the table lands ad joining have a temperature much less oppressive than it formerly was, and currants and wild mulberries have sprung up where they never before grew. France and Algeria also have experienced the benetit of tree planting It is now estimated by scientific ob serve rs that there is no desert so barren that it cannot be reclaimed in the course of fifty years ; but timely prevention is much better than all remedies. The passage of laws limiting the clearing of land to eighty five acre. in a hundred, in the plains, aud preserving the forests on all the upper ridges is urged by Dr. Oswald, and unquestionably tho matter is one which should receive legislative attention Uut th voluntary action of the farmers and land-owners cm also accomplish much without statutory re straints, and the dissemination of sound knowledge on this point is of the first importance. It the agricultural emi nence of Michigan is to.be maintained, her farmers must olin to their wo.d land tracts, and 'K tree-planting' days a regular piaee in thoir calendars of annual work. j &unday monung, Julv 22d, 1877, and revised ty Air. searles expressly for tbe iauc Nobth gument are of great interest and iu instruction, and may profitably receive a local application here. " Since the advent of the Christian religion," says Dr. Oswald, u the physi eal history r our planet records the steady growth of the desert, which male its hrst appearance ou the dry table land of Southern Syria, aud gradually spreading eastward down the Euphrates toward Afghanistan, and westward along both shores of tho Mediterranean, now hilll but i extends frrnn :iUrn PrrJi tn tli.i vr. IJieU OI , oril extivtnitv nf T'nrtnrml ami nnnrl its harbingers iuto Southern France and this truth! Paul de- the southeastern provinces of European :rs, like other people, jliussiu. Like a virulent caucer, the azoic sand drifts of tne Moab desert have eaten their way into Southern Europe aui jsortnorn Africa, and dried up thw life-springs of districts which beyond ail dispute were once the garden re gious of the earth." Southern Spain from Gibralter to the hoad-waters of the lagus, now supports ouiy ono tenth of its former population ; Greece about one twentieth. As late as 070 A. D. Tripoli had a population of ;,000,000 j now ouiv 750.00 are left Tho climate lot this country ouee resembled that of the Southern Alleghanies ; now it is so hot that no open air labor can be per formed between the hours of nine a. m. aud five i. m., and steamboats passing near the coast iu summer are compelled to keep up a continual shower of arti ficial rain to prevent their hands from beiug overcome by the heated air which comes from the barren hills. The riv ers have sunk to the size of the small est tributaries, and the anuuil rainfall a model. It is tills model. u 9i a and (Ii fee?.. I. Notice the fieklene man applar.se time tli. popuiatv: call totse men gods dupiUr, Mtrcurius. Thov bring the TAKE NOTICE Farmer of Yao Bonn Countv will take no tice that tbe' Old. Reliable, and Ever Ready Phoenix Mill baa been lately thoroughly oevr hauled and repaired, and by the addition of Separator, TuriHer and other improvement, i now prepared to do all kinda or Cuatom and Merchant Milling on abort notice and in a flrat claaa atyle and guarantee good Benefaction. Remember our motto t " Forty round of A No. 1 Flour to tbe Ruahel." Our facilitif a for grinding ootrse grains are complete, and aa we have a Power Corn hbeller to ahell your corn Free of Charge, we would be glad to have you bring along yonr grain and K ire us a trial, and we think you will be con vinced that we can give you a larger and better yield of flour than any mill in the county. Then come along, come right along. At what they say don't be alarmed, For when you see the yield of Flour We know you cannot help be charmed. For every one will get tbe urns When with good grain hie bags he fill ; They never will keep tne print tor toll When vou drive to tbe Vboeoix Mill. llfiltf Paw Few, June 20. 1877. MYKONWELLS. Swooping Hoductiono In Prices of Tin Ware and House-Keepers' GOO DS. Wall Paper and Cutlery, The Largeat and Best selected 8tock in Van Burt a County, which I will sell at BED UOCK PIUCES FOR CASH. Come in and examine my stock and be con vinced that I me an business. C. E. MATTHEWS, (Successor to Matthews A llatchins.) "09tf Paw Paw, Mich. One door East of First National Bank. CHRISTIE & TOWN SEND, (Successors to N. B. Gaczar,) MEAT MARKET ! Corner of Kalamazoo and Oak St., Paw Paw, where will be found a good stock at the follow ing prices: Beef, 6 to 10 cents per pound. Best Pork bteak, 10 cents. Motion from 7 to 10 cents. 1 1143 PAXT IXAILIIOAS). Trains from Paw Fsw connect with the eaaai f earned Trains on the Michigan Central Kallreed at La wt on, join 2 eastand wat. LlAVSPAWPaW. :Srt A.M.. returns from Lawton at T A.M. :iO a. in., Mall Train, east . 1:20 p. m Mail writ, and Way Frelghteast. M:."0 p. m. Kalamazoo Accomodation, eaat. CUT" Trains return to Pew Paw on departure ot Mlchgan Central Trains from Lawton. JOHN lllLl.NG.EQP't. MICHIGAN CKNTKAJL RAILROAD. Time Tu Me. -June ill, 117. FREE h iYjAR have put tbe price of Ti n Wart 25 per cent, a less than their former retail prices cr at the same price at) heretofore wholesaled to Tin Peddlers. Believing that our customers are entitled to the same privileges and advantages in prices we have adopted the following : Scale of Prices. Three milk pails, 14, 10 and 5 quart for $1 00 Fourteen quart pail, 40 Ten quart pail, SO One quart dipper, 20 Six quart milk pans. 16 One gallon oil cans, 40 One-half gallon oil can, 30 Rising sun stove pollia'a lar3 cakes. 05 Eight oz. carpet tacks. 05 No, 9 tin bottom boilera, 1 73 G-. E Oliappell. Watchmaker. Jeweller, Engraver All work entrusted to mr care will be rromr.'Jv done aDd warranted to give satisfaction : par- j ucuiar auenuon given to nne auu dilacult watch work. A good aeaortmeat of Tbe above are samples, the entire Stock in the same proportion. Come and see ua and wo will do you good. May 15. 1817. Free & Martin. i MM IHJiUU iff DEALERS IN BOOKS, STATIONERY, AMD PERIODICALS. . W. J1ATTII i:VN Ac Ilro. koen a full line of Stationery of all kinds, Blank Books, Bibles, Testaments, School Books, Sew ing Machine Needier Oils and Attachments, Law Blanks, Pens, Ink, Pencils. Sheet Music, I ancv Goods, Ac. Second band School Books taken in exebansr for New or Old Books. Subscriptions received for all tbe ltading pe riodicals published in tbe United States, at Club Bates. Newspapers and Magazines kept on 8ale. (Jive usa call. O. W. MATTHEWS & BRO., Post Oftice Building, Paw Paw, Mich fTJ DOSS TP HE Ik? pi U . A volume of thrilling interest by the eminent historian L. P, L'rockett ; describing tbe lius sians and Turks : social, political, and religious history and condition : th customs, and peculiarities, the cauBes'of the war, tne issues at stake Christian against Mo hammedanthe mighty interests of other na tions involved ; Hmcrnnhioa nt th. IN.!..- Statesmen and Generals ; All P.ichly Illustrat-1 ea. l ne book millions need now. Wanted instantly. 2,000 agents on very liberal terms. Address II UBBAUI) HROtf. Piihiiora r 8alle St., Chicago, III. ' I Chicago, Leave Kensington, Lake. ... Michigan City, Nw Uuff&lo. Three Uak, . Buchanan, . . Miles, . . . . Dowacrlac, Decatur, ... Lawton, . Kalamazoo, Oaloaburi;, Rattle Creek, Marhall, . . Albion Jackaon, arrive, lacKflon, depart. it rati iaKe, Chelsea, Dexter, -Ann Arbor, -Ynailantl. . Wayurt Junction, u T, Junction, Detroit, arrive, Mail, i Kal'zooi Niht Accom'n. Kxprs. T iHJam TM) U7 !.ii If) JO 10.32 l'.4 11.15 ' 11..1M 11.57 " lias U'.M l.8-'pra 2.17., 2.43 3.35 8.7 a.57 4.ia 4.S5 4.ft4 a.ia 41 s.:ii MO" 0.25pm 3.45pm 4.85 .Yi" .25 " 8.51 " 7,(rtl 7.4tJ" X.2' ' H.4S tt.15" :m " lo.iopm Mail. Jackson KxpreM. . 6. '.'0am 8.4S .15 " 7.WI 7.13 " 7.4U .25 " 8.4uam Jackson Kxprc?i. Detroit, Leave, T.ooam 4.43pm G. T. Jnuation. 7.15" ft."' Wftvne Junction. T.4rt . 5.32 Yi)Hilnntl. n.17 " . Ann Arbor. 8.49 J.3o Dexter. ... u-a .')3 I'kJ.,.. . . ........ ?! Oraen Lake. - - a.M " 7.37 Jacknon, arrive, la.u ' 8.u'pm jAckoon, depart, ln.Sd " j Albion ... 11-04 44 Marshall, 11.5op -I Battle Creek, - 12.21 4 Kal'zooj Oalfsburs. - 12..V)44 Accr,m'n.! Kalamazoo, 1.1.5 44 S.tMianx j Lawtou, - . l.:.'i44 5.o.- I Decatur, . . . ; 3.1.-, 1 5 53 Dowuiac, ! 2.41 44 i in; ! Nilei. ... :i 11 r'.m 1 Buchanan. - 3 23 44 ! 7,11 44 Three Oakf, - ;:,;j I 7';; New Bntlalo, I 4 us 4 1 7.4.1 ' iM cnl'an Citv i 1 :s 4- 9 m . 1 ni. Lako, - . i 5.2.-J I s'.'.o I 4.53" Kensluirton. 1 ii.ii.; i uii 3in" Chica-'o arrive I 7.4iDin lii.OOam ! e.SOmn Snndny excepted, iatnrtlay ami Sunday ere. I HENRY C. WENT WORTH. Gnral raen-jed auuiiikei Afnc, i;nicao. linnow.l South Haven livlion. Leave Kalamazoo. S:Oo p. m. Paes Gobies. 4:56. Arrive at Houth Haven, 7:oo. Leave South naven. 6:40 a. m. Ps Gobies, S:45 a.m. Arrive at Kalamazoo. 10:40 a.m O.ooptn !l.5 .0..10M 11,15 11,40" 11.53" 12.S5am 1.03 1.27 3.17" 2,37 44 3.15 " 3.43 " 4.10 " 4.55 ' 4.55 a.n 44 .55" :.i5 " 7.45 s.ouam Bveula,. 6.50 pm 8.20 6.57 7.25 " S.io " 8.22' 8.37 " 9.(2 ' .:ui 10.18 44 10.4U44 n.irt" 11.A.J " I2.lti am l.oo 44 1.27 " 2.ini 44 2.3 " 2..V) 44 3.20 " :?.3' ' B. P. XaOSt $l00,000 B . 3 ! ! hen Clirist entered Je- but iu other parts tho limit ha; been overstepped. Ohio and already Indiana oLlier hceutn. I . : M.icwti i.u j,iit away aud the inulti-1 and the southern portions of Kentucky, IuuYh .sid, Iiosiiina, iloiauna, Uced ianJ MicLigau havo now a greater pro t 1 ,1 V" '',;n(-'t,a iu ti of the portion of treeless area than have Aus- elapse and you Lear tria and the North German Kmpire,! una pcopcry, "Away with him, crucify where cultivation has been going on for mm cruci.y Lim ! a thousacd years. The northern part of 1r 1 W Antoinette, I J aeon of Ohio is kept fertile by the lakes, but . t V , Ainifche wasan ob-itho central portion aud manv of the Musical liislrumeiit, Arc. 00 Special attention paiJ to We Lave New and Improved Tools anj can execute oar work with neatness and dispatch. No matter how difficult the job, we ran repair it tbe same day it 13 left if destr?d. Work done for TI-IE TRADE $20,000 Reward I LOST or MISLAID, promissory notes amouting to $100,000 uiese notes arc lrom -J.jU to SoUU, each drawn to or order. For their return to us, we will mv one iifth of their ft vn.1 - tie, amounting to $20,000. BllVerS of 13. 1 I. 3. Or Others Undine nnv nf tho nhnvo - l - . vaa. v hj T j notes, will carefully mail them to ns. with thoir n-imo nn,1 Post Ollice address, and we will send the proper reward by foinrn inn DEI. A. BAHTLSTT c& CO., 113, 115 and 117 North Front Street, Philadelphia. Manufacturers. B. P. B. 3 at reasonable rates. -oo- All Work Warranted. Engraving Froo I CO CvT" We keep tbe beat Violin Strings in town, PYLE' 11AKXKSM, TKUJiKS, Lidies'and Gentlemen' TltAVEIilXCJ KACiS. The ajmrmg jror.g-, attempted to uuhar iicxh the Ux,i ffom lLc L.arria in whiel. il.c rode that taey n.iht have the honor ot drawing it. fcw wceks many river count i?3 have began to sulTer from repeatL-d drought. So arid ha the oncej e in.. . . i- . ' iciuuu.i Mian ijtrass region oi Kentucky become that many of the stock raisers are moving toward the Cumberland Horse Clothing: of Every DESCRIPTION. Plated Ware. Spectacles, and evervthinar nan. ally kept in a Brat class Jewelry Store. HAIR JEWELRY made to order. No charge lor Engraving article sold at CIIAPPELL'S JEWELRY STORE. Opposite tbo Court noun. Taw Paw. Michi gan. Old etand of W. V. Kinne. 1152!v SCOOMS&HOSSEAU The Champion WASHEE & BLEACHER Iu HAED or SOFT Water. Nobody will want the soft, sticky, unpro fitable, Yellow Soaps, after using PILE'S CLEAN, HARD, 0. K. Pyle's O.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 J ames Pyle, New York. Oil Stand. M:a Street, Opposite Court Uome For Bale by OEO. TV. LONG WELL A Co. fc v J.j?y grand pr,ze - i.4.-;.-i-iy.M 6 (I . ! m m a MIM.LJ i.i CEHTcNNIAL EXPOSITION 137S. AS THE BEST FAMILY SEWING MACHINE. Its competitors receiving only an avard for come specipl feature of their machines, Jr. VI i Hil: WWW li 1 J 111 III i 1 II t , ' 1 ' 1 Has Unlimited Capacity to do all kinds of Family Sewing ar.d Manufacturing, ITS i'ATIIM ArT03IATJC '(IT OFF" oi; w liahd hIumI vrvxvnU the ma--chine lrom rumiimr Ijiukivaids, and olirlatox the iii'eeity of taklnjr the irerk from the machine to wind thread on the bolilrins, ivhicli mu?t he done irith ail other Scirin? Machines, to the -rent annoyance of .the operator, especially iu tutkin lienii::iiitr anil rnMiuvr. It iTocs one-third more work in a given length of time than any other Sinrinrr mr.i-liine. WWII F.VFUV 3I0TI0N orthe I'OOT the.tlACHIM: MAKES SIX STITCHES. lira Wibca Machines will io a r:rk is en; day is fcsr :tisr Itrniuircs no inia! iuslructhms Ut use it; an lUnstratc .1 Direction Hook is finniNhcd uitli each ui.u )iii.i. IT CANTJCT CST CUT 0" OftDEit, A?;D THE ADJCSTrf C.'iTS ATiE IZWnZlY rMTlCT. A ynvW e:ii(,l CrliluMle is furr.i;i.4d vm-U u:uh, p:arui;tfciaf: to kiTp it in i-4j.rr, trev4 nf !i:irri'. tor flvr . v.rs. Maciiiucs m.M 0:1 -asy irnns f )i.:vn::it. antl .!"!ivnv.l, irv f cha-.-o. at ;:.v Kailroai Wv-'H ia ti; j I nite.1 Siji.s Vi!;;,r we t::n . ita Ar' ::::. , r Scrl!1 IJ1ratod Cnt.iIoauc. u A-.iiWajtfi For full prticitl irs a. P , . w:5o:; crv;:;G maciizne co. - ..., Nivr vokaj i."- . 0.4.1.;:, :, la. zmzico, ill. ForSale by JOHN W. EMERY, Paw Paw, Mich.