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allusion it mad. Wear not prone to infer
good of poop!, atabborn facta are required in tbia direction. It ia the tame condition of heart tbat enables some pereona to speak freely to otbera of the imperfectiona tbat they hate noticed in tbem, while with ecrupuloua care they guard against speaking to them of their merits. They don't believe in flattery. The directors of a district school hire a teacher. If she teaches a good school nothing will be heard from thorn, but let her make a mistake and she will quickly hear of that. If the physician has for years attended faithfully and skilfully to a complicated caso and brought it to successful issue, keep still about it; don't let him know that you are ploased, tbat you appreciate his efforts. Rut if, m your opinion, he has at any time made a mistake, then give him a piece of your mind. If the minister preaches a hun dred sermons that do you good keep still about it, but if he chances to deliver one that does not exactly accord with your ideas, let him know tbat. It will do you good to speak to him about it. If your wife prepares a hundred meals for you in good fcbape, remain silent re garding tbat. As long as the meat is well meaaa eave seine, not mat rani wouiu yieia i nftu., iuo ijvuhuiu uibb, iu where principle was involved, but in nutters j tea or coffee of just the right strength, keep non-essential he would not stubbornly urge his i iet; don' tell your wife thatycu are pleased, own opinion. ! il mih mke ner feel hlPP.T' Sbo ttiet get How much of this spuit ia needed in every ! above Ler biainese. She might think that you church. There are a hundred questions com- PP"ciato her, and you will, of course, avoid icg dm regarding which wo cannot all agree. croatin thit mpreeion ! lint if rome article How c'an two or three hundred of ua remain in of iooi "appens to be poorlv prepared, don't it,, mA onr.u ami vt iimrftft flh.vit. snnli forget to call her attention to it. It will be eo questions as, shall we have choir or congroga- j nasbandlike ! j tional eingirjg, shall this man or that man ' i. Peoplo who are very emphatic in their preach forua, shall wo rent the pews? Evi-; denunciation of certain sins may ba guilty of dently there must bo a yielding on the part of i even greater sins in other directions. These Eomeone. To have a cburch where all things ' Jews are vei7 careful that their temple shall fchou'.d bo managed just according to our idea, j not be polluted by the presence of a foreigner would require that each nun have a church of nut they would have murdered 1'aul without : SERMON. 11V 1KV1XG A. tEARLK9 They had seen before with bim in the city an Ephean whom they bad aal had brought into the temple Acts, i a. We learn from the incident of wbkh this veree is in jart descriptive tbat when principle is not at stake il is best sometimes to yield our pereonal opinions for the sake of peace. He port had been circulated that Paul had not been keeping the law of Moses but he had openly spoken against it. This prejudiced the Jews against him. To do away with this prejudice he conforms himself to that ceremonial law. He regarded it of no avail one wav or the other, but if prejudice could be removed he would conform himself to the customs of the people amopg whom he moved. "Into the Jews I became as a Jew, that I might gain the Jews; to them that are v ithout law as without law, that I might gam them without law. I am ma le all ttirgs to all men, that I might by all i discarded him. The church should be the last to turn bim the cold ahoulder. A man's family should be the last to loee faith in him. When all the world calls bim a rascal be should be able to go home and bear the wife say, 44 1 don't believe a word that is said against you," and hear the children say, 44 1 know tbat father is a good man." Ood pity the man devoid of such a home ! The church is a family. This is our home. The church is not a whitewashing com mittee to cover up the evil deeds of its mem bers. But if one of our members is in trouble, in need of help and sympathy, let it be known that here ho will always receive it. Let it never be said that the outside world will stand by us better than will our own brethren in the church. Let it never be said that when a Christian is in trouble be must look for help not to the tem ple but to Antonia. 110 ! FOR THE GREAT CROCKERY, 0R0CBRIES i Wall Paper and Cutlery, Dyspepsia and Debility Dfspepiis and Debility his own. Let the aim of eacti member be, not to see how frequently he can have his own way but how often he can cease urging his own personal opinion for the sake of the general good. Don't be a mulish church member ! 2. Aga;n, under the plea of party, deed-3 may anv scruples of conscience. So one may de nounce profanity, but at the same time he him eel may be an inveterate liar and low-lived back-biter. One may be very severe in con demning tho drunkard, and yet he himself wil 6it 'down to a well laden table and eat and Btuff ba committed that would not be tolerated for a j and stuff audeat until his face is as red as a beat moment in an individual. Theso Jews raio i and ho feels as stupid as the anaconda after the watch-cry, 41 Men of Israel." They appealed j swallowing its victim. The one is a drunkard, to party in tbeir effort to develop a mob against j the other a glutton. Whisky makes a fool of Fanl. It would have been wrong for .in indi- ' the one, chicken-pie of the other. One may vidnal Jew to have killed Paul, but under the j denounce dancing as a sin so undignined, so cmse of rartv a great company of them might : indecent ! But that same good deacon will go have killed him with impunity. What is wrong for an individual is not wrong for a large col lection of individuals. Hero is a railroad owned bv a company consisting Of Ave hundred men. An accident occurs involving the loss of many : ltves. The responsibility of that accident is rot brought home very for:ibly to any one of j item. They divide the responsibility. Each j etoek holder says, 1 am only one five-hundredth ; part to blame. A church hires a janitor. They get behind in their payments. The bill is pre-1 tented to tbo churcu. I'ach member eays, oh, well, tbat is not my debt that is the church del t. Yes ; but, bios' you, who or wbat is the (Lurch if it is not the individual members of -Lich it is composed? Ea:b sLould feel as morally bound to pay that debt as though he were the only member. Z. Cireat harm is j-ometimes doue by suppos- ; ing things that. we have ua busines to suppose. , Guessing is sometime fraught with very great evil. " This is the man that teacheth all men ! everywhere against the people, and the law and , this place, and further, brought Greeks also' into the temple, and hath polluted this holy , place. For they bad Been before with him in , the city Trophimus, an Kphesiau, whom tby j supposed that I'aul had brought into the tem ple." It was contrary to Jewish law and cus jcm to allow a foreigner to enter their temple. IJver the temple door was written, " No for eigner can enter here on pain of death." They had seen Paul in company with a Greek out in the city, then they see Paul in the temple with aome persons whom they suppose to be Greeks. This is the occaeion of a great revolt that comes very near costing Paul his life. All this trouble brought about by a supposition. There is a great difference between fact and inference. In going down the street to-morrow I find a dead man on the sidewalk with his throat cut from ear to ear. I make tbat statement to our Mar- to a church Bocial, play 4 Hope," "Hutu and; Jacob," and join in the general Lissing-l.ee! Those Jews were very religious in certain di- j regions, and so are we. 5. We see that secular influences are some times necessary to secure justice and preserve order in the Christian fold. Near this temple, dedicated to the service of religion, was the lofty tower Antonia. Here a large garrison of soldiers were kept to assist iu quelling any dis turbanca that inL'bt arise in tho tenipla below. Toe tower was so conveniently located that on a moment's notice the troops could tile into the sacred edihee. Pagan soldiers were sta tioned here to make th people of God behave themselves ! Wtre the tower Autonit and its garrison of Pagans tal;en away, cruelty, in justice, bloodshed, would prevail in the temple of Religion ! , Tbe Church has ever needed Autonia as much as did these Jews. Ljueen Mary of Kuglmd was sincere in her religious conviction, and three hundred peis'.ns ciiRri'ed with heresy were executed under her orders. fbe could do this because Cburch and State were one. There was no Antonia oatsida the temple. But, says . i one, Queen Mary was a Catholic of course : ; she persecuted bitterly wben Bhebad the civil : j power. But we follow England's history down ; I to the days of Queen Elizabeth. Here we have a Protestant ruler. What course did she pursue Dyspepsia and liability Dyspepsia and Dcliility Almost Invariably Yield to the TONIC AND INVIGORATING EFFECTS IV THE PISIUJVIAN SYKUP r I'IM&UYl AX SVlU r ! (lit Protected Solution of Protoide Iron. Bead the following : West Faiulee, Yt., Jan. 11, 1871. Dear Sir. For seven or eixht vaais past I have been in poor health, and for the past year or mora verv feeble. My health continu- . Tv, ed to decline, and my rlesh aud strength wast- ll-13 ed away until I was unablo to work or even go up stairs without great exhaustion. 1 suffered ' from frequent and distressing attacks of pal- ! pitation of the heart; my fcod distressed me, j causing acidity and pain in the stomach, and I suffered from extreme nervousness, constipa- j tion and debility of the system generally, my i blood being tbin and poor, and Bluggisb in cir culation, and I was for years suffering all the tortures of a confined ayHpeptic. About six months since I concluded' I would try a bottle Peruvian Syrup, ana received so much benefit from it that I purchased live bottles more, and have continued the use of the Syrup until quite ! recently. It has restored my health to sucn an , extent "that I letl myself as good as new. My digestion ia good, and mv weight has increased ; m the past four months from 120 to 133 pounds, my strength has returned, and my general he'alth is wonderfully improved, and I can truly j say I owe it all to the use of your Peruvian Syrup. I earnestlv recommend all sufferers from dyspepsia and debility to give it a trial, hoping it will do them as much good as it has me. l ours verv truiy, i Mns. S. 15. Bemis. PERUVIAN SYRUP I ! PERUVIAN SYRUP ! From a Merchant. i Noun Seauhmont. Me.. Sept. 9. 1870. 1 Df ar Sir. It gives nie very great pleasure to j inform vou of ibo benefit received from the j use oi Peruviau .Syrup iu my own family. My I wife, forthe pact ten years, has beeu in faeble health very much debilitated generally. Last ) Spring the concluded to try a liottie ot i eru vian Syrup, and was ho well pleased with the result that she continued itn use until three or four bottlis ba l been used, and slio is now in better health tl.an at any time for ten years, and has increased iu weight f'aom 111) to pounds. I have employed physicians, and used a ereat variety or patent medicines, to i the extent of hundfJds or dollars, and I know she received more beuetit from tlie Peruvian Sjrup tbau all the rest togetner. My sales on the Syrup aro very large and constantly increasing", and 1 do r.ot hetsitate to recommend and even warrant it to fiive satis faction. ir you desire, you are at liberty to use tbis communication as you bco tit, as it gives me pleasure to recommend so good an article to suffering humanity. Yours truly. Ituiel Pease. PERUVIAN SYRUP ! PERUVIAN SYRUP ! in DRY-GOODS HOUSE OF C. R. AVERY ! You will now find for inspection at the STAR STORE Immense Lines of The Largest and Rest selected Stock in Van Haren County, which I will sell at IED HOCK PIUCKS FOIl CASH. Come in aod examine my stock and be con vinced that I mean business. C. E. MATHIEWS. (Successor to Matthews t Hutchins,) H09tf Paw Paw, Mich. One door East of First National Rank. 3Iillincry & Iress-3Iakiiis! t--.- - E. G. BUTLER, Dealer In Groceries, Pro visions and Feed, CROCKERY and GLASS-WARE. endtbe best Cutlery, at Untler'M Old Stand, on Kalamazoo Street, Paw Paw. equality Good. Prices liow. CaDan J see for yourselves. It will bo t o yon advantageto comeand see me. E. G. Butler. HAt.ftlE 3IAGUIRE, Having Just received a ltr;;o assortment of New Goods would bo pleased to have her friends call and examine tbuni. Everything is NEW. Rooms over E. Smith & Co.'s store. 1154 mi. C. W. WARD, Ktuplt V I'ancy Dry ioot!, CAPS, ROOTS & snoEs. MILLINERY, Ac. icc. IDENTIST, Makes the preservation of the natural teeth a I specialty. I Office over Sherman & SollicU's, comer of ! Mam and Kalamazoo sts, Paw Paw, Mich. Look ! Look ! ! Look at the New Dress fioods at 8, 10 and 12 cents per yard. Rig Job in Hamburg Embroideries at 4, 5, C, 7 and 8 cents per yard. Rig Job in Crashes at 5. ft, 7 aud 8 cents per yard. Shirting Flannels an immense line ranging from 10 cents per yard up. Waterproof and Reaver Cloakings at unheard of low pi ices. Extraordinary low price will be found in the line of I;ili'' and cut I'iilcrvtar. Look at those 'J oz. Extra Heavy Poeslsin Jeans, at 25 cents Rest Value of any Goods in America. Table Linens 20 cents per yard and up. Reautiful Pleached Table Pamask 50c per y'd. Space is altogether too limited to enumerate the IMMENSE K SIOCK and Low Prices. For full particulars call at the STAR DRY GOODS HOI SE of C.R.AVERY. A tood Opportunity. A good Store and a Dwelling House, situated at Ronfoey's Corners, in Almem, a desirable business location, is for rent on fair terms. AR 6 m N SON DENT 1ST Office m the Averv'Stsre, Paw Paw. Mich. The lVr'!ieroii!orintt Stallion iffl'IRI! Mill' STOCK ! Having removed to the store in the New Rlock. two doors west of A. Van A'jl':n & Co's. and opposite tho Rank, has opened an Entire New Stock of BOOTS ME SHOES La dies' Gait ers Cliildrons' Woar, of every description, which he proposes to soli at very low figures. Tbis stock has been purchased expressly for this market and will meet tbo wants of al classes, both as to quality and price. An examination of this stcck is solicited. I still carry on at the sarae place a shop wher Custom Work and Repairing will be done en short notice. Orders for this department are solicited! Satisfaction guaranteed. I shall be pleased to see all my old customers and all others at my new place of business, whether tbev wish to purchase or not. S.SHAEFFER. Paw Paw, June 1, 167C. 1105 Restored to Complete Health. Rbooks. Me., Sept. 7, 1S70. Dear Sir From early vouth 1 was in feeble health, troubled with bumor in my uiooa, thai. Another man cornea along and seeing j tljev reaciieci theee shores was to persecute all ic this regard ? She made a prayer-book and imprisoned for life all those who refused to use weakness and debility of the system generally; ., . . , . . . waa unable to labor much, aud only at some iu P.iu' " WHU"I,UH ; hgkt business, and then only with great cau- services. Protestants have persecuted when tlon tbey bad the power. Protestants and Catholics, i Seven years ago the past Spring I bad a se .1.. ... An.001. to Veep a. nUfti pror ! J Jf, JgJ; .SSflWSS bounds. Well, eays one, these things occurred or even t0 Blt up Noticing the advertisement a great while ago people would not do so now. j of Peruvian Syrup, 1 concluded to give it a Go back, then, to the Puritans of Massacbu- ! trial, and to my groat joy soon found my health 7 , 1 , . i , improving. 1 continued the use of the Syrup eetts. Ibey left EDgland to escape religious til thrfie bottles had been used, aud was re- persecution, and the first thing tbey uia wnen , stored to complete health, and have remained Sweeping Reductions In Prices ol Tin Ware and House-Keepers' GOODS. LTJCA.S' FURNITURE WARE Chairs. Redit cads and Cabinet Ware, Cheap. The Lucas Chair, the best in the market. Repairing done. Cane-seat Cbairsre-oaned. Re sure an 1 see my stock before purchasing. Rooms eppoiite Court House, lllllv GEORGE LUCAS. tin AROUND AGAIN MOBO, Wri make the season of 1877 at the stable of Riley Pangs, one-half mile ea.-t of the village of Paw Paw, south eido of territorial road, wnere dwelling is surrounded by evergreen?, opposite first road, east of village", leading north. Moro is of a grey color, was foaled in the Bpr.ng of 1873, and imported from France in August 1876, by M. W. Dunham, of Wayne, Illinois. He to;jk the first premium at the State Fair In 187G, and aI?o at th Van Euren County Fair. Teims 23.00 to insure. RILEY RANUS A CO. so until this uay. the dead man. reports to the Marshal that a ! wbo were not of tLeir faith. They banished VS,S7 5SSrC-f t.i:i iXiVifi- mation. I couaot speak too highly in its praise mvedeiied man is lying on the sidewalk An- the Quakers from the settlements; they whipped other i asses by and reports that a srxciDE is , trem Dubliclv out of town. If one was found I have in several kiDg there.- These last state inferences and . tQ the lSate of Massachusetts he was to lose ca8eH ver-v, oiliar not facts. It is a fact that a dead man lies J aQ if Le returnej ue wa3 to lote the other S r68U 8' there with bis throat cut, but thai ue was mur-1 ai)d ,f Le camo back tt0 tbjrcl t,me Le wa6 dered or committed suicide are mere inferences j . L bi tencue bored through vi;h a red- CM' JI.iN. He sure vou get tho i - ' i vr.k'tvniT ' !. rnr. rv tro 11 . ,1 i A 1. V v cases recommeuued it in to my own with the same Yours tiuly, CltlBLES E. I'EABCV, 'PERU- . jun.rwu uuan7 aseed Ibat ill I a ramrt!et. coJtaiaicc a treatise on These mferenccs may Jo great iojubt.cb to , lj";c,rs whoperEistedin rema'nisg slouldBitf I Iron as a medical aeut, and other valuable the i attita to whom allusion is made. A re- i fcr death. Some were executed, guilty of no r.apere, testimonials Iron distinguished physi . , . , , , . . .... clans, c ergvmeu and others, will bo sent free markable cate of tins kind occurred many , crime save tbat of diffencg with their persecut- to any addreRt. SETH W. FOW'LE A; SONS, yeais ago in Northdeld, Summit county, Ohio, j ors in matters of religions belief. This occurred , profrif tors, 8G Harrison Avenu?, Rohton. Sold Mr. Viers and Mr. Charlesworth lived neigh- only a short tiaie ago in ihe good old State of j l7 druggists generally. bors. Cbarlesworili tuddenly disappeared. Careful eearch failed to discover bis wLere abonts. Suspicion of foul play began to ap pear. Tbis culminated in the arrest and trial of Mr. Viers fcr the murder of Charlesworth. Buepicious circumstances .vithout number were found. After a lengthy trial Viers was acquit ted, solely for the want of positive evidence. Nearly everyone believed him guiity of the crime charged. Mr. Viers said that be could net rett with that etain upon bis reputation. He began an indefatigable search for the miss ing Charleswortb, visited all parts of this country and even went to Europe. He found the missing man in a hotel in Detroit, lie took him back to Northfield and appointed a day for the people to come and satisfy themselves as to the identity of Charlesworth. All, save one, were convinced that this was the real Charles worth, aod that Tiers bad teen wror.gly ac cused. In tbis case there were one or t o facts bat a great many inferences. These inferences came very near costing Viers his life. Our every-day life abounds in these infer ences. The merchant gives you the wrong change, making the mistake in his own favor, and you immeJiately infer that be intended to cheat you. In going down tue street you meet a friend who fails to recognize you, aad you infer tlwt it was an intended slight. A busi ness firm fails and you infer that tbey broke down with their pockets full of money. You see a lady acquaintance wailing down tbe street with a gentleman whom you do nut know. They are talking as if greatly pleased with each other's society. You My, Ah, there is some thing wrong there. It is rather a good joke on you w hen you learn the nest morning tbat tbe gentleman was the lady's brother who hal come frcm a distance to visit Lis only sister. It is worthy of remark tbat tbese inferences are always detrimental to tbe parties to whom Preached in the Disciple Cbnrcb, Taw Paw, unday morning. October 14th, 1877, and re vised by Mr. dearies expressly for tbe Tboe IJ0HTrJEn5EB. Massachusetts'. They needed Antonia to pre vent such outrages. I r.ever waot to see any religious denomina tion in control of the civil power in this coun try. They might none of them abuse their power to further their peculiar religious faith, but I would not trust any of tbem an hour. From the graves of ten thousand thousand martyrs, both in Catholic and Protestant lands, there comes the cry, unmistakable, Let tbe Church and State remain separate forever. Never make the temple and Antonia one. Let each remain distinct, for tbe latter Is ever needed to prevent abuses in tbe former. 6. Again we learn from this incident tbat secular institutions are sometimes more ready than is the cburch to help a Christian when be is in trouble. Fanl found tbis to be a truth ' And as they went about to kill bim. tiding came unto the chief captain of tue band tbat all Jerusalem was in an uproar. Who imme diately took soldiers and centurions, and ran down unto them, and when they saw the chief captain and the soldiers they left beating of Paul." In tho temple are the professed chil dren of God. They are his particular favor- j ites. Cut Paul finds no help from then : they j would have killed bim if thpy conlJ. Rut in ' the tower of Antonia are the Paan soldiers. They worship idols; tbey are igiiorant or tho j trno God; they know nothing of R.blo teach-' ing. Jiut wnen ram is iu trouoio tueso rac.au i soldiers como on the double-quick to his res-; cue. Antonia is moro ready than the tcmplo to respond to tho cry of distress. Is it not too much so to-day ? Many Christians Join tbe I Odd Fellows anlthe Masons! tbat they may have, care in the hour of sickness and a decent burial after death. Finding nO help in tbe temple they called to Antonia. A good Chris tian brother told me tbat if he wanted to bor row five dollars be would rather ask the favor of tbe most foul-mouthed, profane man in town than to ask one of his brothers in the cburch. When a Christian is in tronble tbe cbnrcb ought to stand by bim after everyone Ha has N otici: to iii:ak ci.ai.iis. aw n PAW PAW I Refore purchasing MONU MENTS or TOMRSTONES, investigate the matt ra lit tle. Agents talk any and every thing to induce you to give your order. 1 employ NO AGFNTS, and for thatreasonyoucan say ONE-FOURTH IN PRICE Call aud see me. I. A. WHITMAN Sole Propletor, PawPaw, Michigan UP 2 U U o The Champion WASHER & BLEACHER Iu HARD or SOFT Water. NobcJy will want the soft, sticky, unpro fitable, Yellow Soaps, after using PYLE'S CLEAN, HARD, 0. K, Pyle's O.K. Salcratus h a first-class, healthy Bread preparation and all who Etudy their interest should ask their Grocer for these honest articles. Ifarmfactsred by JaiLes Fyle, Hew York 30 20 1G 40 30 05 05 1 75 FREE k MARTIN have put the price of Tin Wart 25 per cent, a less than tbeir former retail prices or at the same price as heretofore wholesaled to Tin Peddlers. Relieving that our customers are entitled to the same privileges and advantages in prices we have aJopted the following : Scale of Prices. Three milk pails, 11, 10 and 5 quart for $1 00 Fourteen quart pail, 40 Ten quart pail, One quart dipper. Six quirt milk pans. One gallon oil cans, One-half gallon oil can, Rising sun stove polheu large cakes. Eight oz. carpet tacks, No, 9 tin bottom boilers, The above are samples, the entire Stock in the same proportion. Come and see us and we will do you good. May 15, 1817. Free & Martin. TAKE NOTICE Farmers of Van I'.uren County w ill tale uo tice that tho Old, Reliable, and Ever Ready I'hoenix Mills has beeu lately thoroughly oevr hauk'd and repaired, and by the addition of Separators, Puriliers and other improvements is now prepared to do all hind of Custom and .Merchant .Milliuu on short notice an.t in a lirnt j clans ntyle and guarantee good satisfaction. J.emimb r our motto: "forty rounds of A No. 1 Fli-ur to tba Rushel." Our faciliti' S for grinding rome grains are complete, and as w have a Power Corn IS heller to shell vour corn Frco of Cbargo, we would be glad to have you bring along your grain and give us a trial, and we think you will he con vinced that we can giyj you a larger and better ytelJ or hour than any mill in tho county. Then come along, come right along. At what they say don't be alarmed, For when you see tbe yield of Flour We know you cannot help be charmed. For every one will get tbe same When with good grain bis bags be fills ; Tbey never will keep tbe grist tor toll When you drive to the Pboeoix Mills. llCltf MYEONWELLS. ISw Pw, Jone2J, 1877. Van Rcben, ss : Notice is hereby given, tbat by an order of tbo Trobate Court Tor the coun ty of Van Ruren. made on the 22d day of Sep tember, a. v.. 1877. six months from that date were allowed for creditors to present their claims against the ectate of Alexander Raxter, late of said county, deceased, and that all cred itors of said deceased aro required to present tbeir claims to faid Probate Court, at tbe Pro bate office, in the village of Paw Paw, for ex amination and allowance, on or before the 23d day of March next, and that snob claims will be heard before said court, on iTiuay, tue dotn day of November: 1S77, and on Friday tho 22d dav of March, 1878. next, at ton o'clock in the forenoon of each of those days Hull Hated Sepi ember 2'2d, A. d.. 177. . ALFRED J. MILLS, Judge of rrobate. 1mmm 1 yZkTki ar mi 3STota Bena! If you want to bay Parlor Tumiture, Chamber Furniture, Dicing Room Furniture, Children's Carriages, and Spring Reds or Tictare Frames Mattrasses, Glass, Mirrors, Cot Reds, Window hadef, and Fixtures, call at M. 1 AIjIjKX'S Furniture V'are Room?, north sidfl of Maiu fired, opposito County oXces, Taw Paw, Michigau. Low Prices. make money. in every town ons for tho lar OS f Great cLar.co to i I k t Wo need a person to tako subeenr.th ge?t, cheapest and host illustrated family paper in the world. Any one can become a sueceR fnl agent. The moat elegant works of art giv en to subscribers. One agent reports making over 150 in a week. A lady agent reports tak ing over 400 subscribers in ten days. AH who engage make money fast. You can devote all your time to tbe business, or only your spare time. Yoo need not be away from home over night. You can do it as well as others. Full particulars, directions and terms free. Elegant and expensive outht free. If you want prof itable work send usyoar address at once, it costs nothing to try tbe business. No one who engages fails to make great nay. d iress Tbe People's Journal," Tortlan J. Maine. 11.2 AT THE LQMG BRICK STORE f Where ho i? opening a Mammoth Stock of Dry (mh!. Uendy-Mndc Clothing, Hoot Shors! Having spent the past tvo mouths at tbe Sea Side, New York tnd Roston, ho is happy to give notice that be is now at homo again and ia prepared fcr basinets, Buckling on the Armor, as usual, two mouths in advance of all. Everybody is alter those Shirts and Drawers at 20 cents each. YOU RET they are chaep I A splendid Kip Root for 1 75 a pair. I wish to fay to the boys tbat we have a large line of Neck Ties which we will sell at 10 cents each. Also, 100 pairs 10-4 white wool bed blan kets which wo propose to sell from 50 cents to S2 50 each. The Mill-Dam has Gone ! Can't make any more. A Reautiful Line of Dress Goods, 12 I-2c per Y'd We have got a car load of Handkerchiefs at only 5c. Look at them. We have five car loads PRINTS which wo propose to sell for 5c per yard. Good Good X Fast Colors. We have just received five cases of WOOL TWEEDS, tor Men's and Roys' Suits, at the low price of 25 cents a yard. j You Never Saw the Like ! ! L-'iV I want to buy 300 bushel of good clean j white oats at tbe Long Prick Store. Have yen seen the Northerner, good neigh I bor llrown ? Containing Smith's last eifurion, It takes tbe New York Ledger down And sets tho small boy in confusion. I lie's a regular live Y'ankee, Wide awake and full of fun ; Takes your monpy witti a " thank-ee" When your trading you have done. Respectfully Yours, E. SMITH & CO. R aiii: iiaci:. A good Florence Sewing Machine for sala HIE M or will be exchanged for wood or farm pro luce it applied lor soon. Inquire at tbo North erxt.r office.