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Paw 1'aw, Michigan, July 10, 1878. r.ErriJLicAN ticket. fiovernor Charles M. Croswtll. Lieutenant tioveruor Alonzo Sessions. Kecrntarr of State William Jenny, Jr. Treasurer Reujaniin D. Pritcbard. Auditor (ienerai W. Iniag Latimer. Lund Commissioner James M. Neaamith. Attornev (ienera! Otto Kirtbntr. Superintendent of lUblic Instruction Hor ace S. J'arbeli. Member rf tbe State Ikird of Education Goorg,i T. Kdwarls. HEPTBLICAS CONOP.HSSIONAL CON VENTION. A Republican Congressional Convention, to i.'oniiuate a member of Congress from the Fourth C'oiigreeaioual District, will be beld at ' t!ie village of Cassonolis, on Thursday, July ?5th. 1S7S. a' It o'clock A. M. The counties oomitrirtlt'T the District will te entitled to dele gjite'i a follows: Rerrien skteon. Cass ten, Kalamazoo sixteen, St. Joseph thirteen, and Vt:: Huron fouileet. Hexby C. Bazoos, Ch'n. .T. r. Thbksheb. CHAS. L. ilOBTON, J. V. Fuehch. iEO. W. Lawtox. Kalamazoo. May 31, 197. KLTUflLICAN CONVEFTION AT BANGOR. Tijo Uoavention w called to order at 11 Yt o'ci Ka, by Henry lord, Chairman of tbe 113 pub!icu County Committee. Aaron Van Auk -en, or Taw raw, was choaen temporary Presi don, an 1 R. L. Warren, of Lawrence, tempo rary Secretary. Oa motion, a Committee on Credentials was apuoiutsd. cona stiDg of Messrs. C. II. Dicken son, or South Haven; L. C. Woodman, of Paw Piw: aai A. E. Bulaen. of Bloommgdale ; alao a Committee oa permanent organization, con sists t, of Meirs. Henry Ford, of Lawton; K. W. Noye", of Paw Paw; James Monroe, of South Haven; G. W. Lawton, of Lawton; and E. P. Hill, of Decatur. A recess wag then ta kn until 1 :3J p. ni. Oa tbe re-assembliDg of the Convention, the Committee on Credentials reported the dele gates pr3Hnt from all the towns, except Waver ly. Porter, Almena and HimiltoD. The tempo rjiy oflicera were retainel aa the permanent o'.th'e.tv. After a discussion of preliminary made-, amoig which was a resolution exprea a.u u-j the aenae of tbe Convention, that J:it'fb Keightly toall be renominated, which resolution was table! by a vote of 69 to 19, the Convention j-rocceded to the election of dele Kates, with the following result, to-wit : DtLK.lATZS TO CONOEE3S10ML C0NVEN1I0S. .Joi). Puller. Antwerp. Jiid. Uenevelt, Keeler. H. 1 ll-ckert. Paw Pa v. It. W. Mi;Lnev, Hartford. A. Vau Aulieu. Paw Paw. It. L. Warren. Lawrence. .1. L. Harrison. Decatcr. Jaine Monroa. South Haven. A. 1'. Pillion, lilooaiingdalo. ii. h. Ward, I':ne rove. Uni. Knowles, Co.umbia. 8. S. Fuller. Arlington. . U. Oio-feiiaoi, South Haven. E. J. H:n-voy. Latter. :0 THE feUNATOMAI. CON Vl"110 . H. Uiirhas'ton, Porter. A. S. 1 1 -liiu-. Lawrence. F. P. liiil. l?.atur. 0. M.Syke. Keeler. s:ron U:ncL!ev. Hartford. T. H. JJrjgiti. " Antwerp. K. W. Noei, Paw Paw. L. ,v r.ti-i'c! . Laogor. U. A. WurJ, Pe G:ove. V. 1!. HoKUiin;. Ar;.n,tOL. .!. M. Pard. Covert. Jo.-pS I-aT iiiC. South Haven. Samuel Lull. Geneva. A. I). E:o-. Columbia. A ru was tarred, authorizing the dele- Al.on to ail v&cinc.es in its members. A xao- tloa w;.i ; a-fsed nmid ruaeL enthusUtim, reaf tinniu.' t' platform of tbe par'.y adopted at It . S'a'. Convention at Detroii. It .a understood that tbe delegates to tbo Ci 're.vsiom'. Convention, are all m favor of tii'5 u irr. na'iou cf J. C. Lurrow.-. fcr Congrees. al'Lo uii uo instru:tiona were given them on (lift fubjert. Having foacladed tbe business tbo Ooa33t:cn adjourned. ANOIHEi: CONVERT.' I Faoii i he Laxsixq Eepcbiicas Tin irredeemable ftm of the State is re Joifiu; over a lie convert. He is no loss than Wm. P. Cole. ei:tor of the Ludington Appeal, who I. m? that paper out in support of the nation l reeDback ticket. Leaded by "Sa'eratus Snoiib," a -Lank shirk" and ''bloated bond holder." Mr. Cil was one of tbe democratic editors whu reca'ved an invitation by secret circular, siguel -.F. B. Gailford, editor of the Patriot," but d-sdareJ to be a forgery by tbe Jackaon Patriot, tojmeet with Mortgage Wheat Field at Jackson oa Jun? 19. He went there to confer with that apostle of rurity. Another induce ment la atienl uas a Gorged letter from Don M. D.ckinson, cbairnan cf tbe democratic btat.'i cuz.tral committee. Intimating that an a'liit'.-s could be made between tLe democracy at: I tin g:eeiibsckers. The next iedi;o of the Aj-p.nl a'ler Mr. Cc!o returned hoica au nc.'vnr? I bis "flop" lu jobtics. He Lad previ o ii'j !'j a a democi'ut. and as a lepretcntative fror.i i-on ai.d Manl-tee counties in the lcgia hi'r .) i." J '-To i c v.ai a '-reformer.' He now ;i?ci.i!?s Tat 4-tl) e'tctiOQ of tbe greenback car i; .1:1 "3 r, ci:';.l le s trir.niph over the friends of tin IncdlioVhrs sl ! the gold gamblers of Wail si: ? nM alviEcs tLc j eerie as follows: f vom desire iro-pcrous tinier, freedom try... . :-o'.J in2u?nce of Wall street, eqna' I'ili'. y.: matters of taxea, vote the grean fcvk t;:!.;'. Piw 7;tcn you bavo done this, do not com: ter yc, b-iU d';ty performed. If no:7!iHor n itiacdvs cf '.tferet.t, nrje t:1u t j a Aare of L'J Ja'ry. JctferaOii ta'J, iir.:fcr::a! vijilinci is tbe price of liVty.' I'U lb - i r;y !tvclln,; jcuncive': to tlifi commg sub? i.''o.!i n. aid la lis interest, your own irtori -h, the liberties of all will be secured tt.gvr.Hl t!i? evil influence of bondholders, qttmpt from taxation, and tbe embarrassment of itibntry arisln? therefrom." Mr. Cd'.-j b.istcalj a record in the auditor ;eu ir' 6 oli.e of t Lis state wLicb will plague biui boriaualy as the recorl of Mosts W. 1 -vi page C27 cf tbe 27tu vjlumc of Micbi reporis. or as that 10 per cent, semi-annual morlig; ritb i 100 attorae7 tjii on page 601. 1 Ver n . V tie Wayne c-cuty records, plagues 1-3! 1. Ai'ter Mr. Cole hvJ played out as a practicing phjM. ian in (Jcnesc-e county, be purchased the P.)n'j?? J.v.-i.KOiiiau in 1S71, and continued it f;5r !"- yr-ar. when tbst atctent pare"" died on I m bau'jx, bke a pititnt who Lad fallen a r.ttmi t u-alpractice. He then removed to LuJ.-.g'os ai.d established the Appeal, and the net'. -v-wou' alciltr 10 Alitor (literal Humphrey, from which w make tbe following extract : Lcdiwoton. Mar 19, 1871. if y0 will let ns have tbe printing , of the taxes this fall, we will allow you 10 per cent, upon what wo prist. Wm. B. Cole. ' ne received tbo following reply : ! " Laxsihq. Jane 5, 1371. "Because and in consideration of your at tempted bribery in this matter of printing, your application will Lot be considered; and you are hereby informed that under no considera tion wbatevor, nor from, nor in behalf of any mnuer.ee you can bring to bear upon this de partment, will you be awarded any printing of any character over which this department lias any control. Had you made a tquare applica tion for tbo tax printing, your claim would have been entitled to consideration with others. Put, coming in the form it does, it is shut out. ;Var. Hcmiheet, "Auditor General." It baidly seems necessary to enlargo on the purity, disinterestedness, patriotism, and nigh toned principle of this new convert to an irre deemable currency. lie his written himself down as attempting to bribe a public officer in tbe discharge of bis official duties. Let him train with "borny-banded Moses," and re-echo the inflammatory flings of Brick Pomeroy. Moses robbed a soldier of bis bounty and de manded 10 per cent, semi-annual interest on the purchase money of land and $100 attorney fee for foreclosure. Brief pocketed over 1 11, 000 of Boas Tweed's stolen plunder as the price of whitewashing that great democratic thief. Wm. E. Cole offered to divide the cost of tax advertising with a public officer as a reward forgiving it to him. But it did not make the scheme work, as Mortgage Wheat Field and Prick Pomeroy made their little games of plunder work. Therefore Wm. B. Cole rlames out as a convert to the holy princi ples of the national greenback party. Let all the irredeemable rejoice over their new con ver. Be baB at last got where be belongs. ; Correspondence of Tbe True Northerner. ! Tabis, June 2ltit, 1878. Will you go to the Exposition to-day ? If you get on top of an Omnibus (su:h is their economy of space here that they have seats on top of cars and omnibuses) it will cost you i just three cents to be put down in front of that new tawdry castle called the Trocaders. This is the main entrance to the grounds. There are several other means of conveyance and waj s of approach, bat we can fortunately take but one at a time. In front of tbe Trocadero there is a large crowd of people, buying tickets at tbe little ticket stands, and talking French beautifully. Take your posi tion in tail, that term translated is what the French call the long line continually melting away as it enters the gate, but increasing jaet as fast in the rear. The French policemen know how to manage a crowd admirably, and the patient French people fall naturally into "tad." I think if there should be another revo lution and the policemen should order tbe mob to form tail, it would, from force of habit, obey and each take bis turn at insurrection, and raising en: an generally. But we are now inside tbo enclosure, and on the immense crescent shaped callonaded portico of the Trocadero. A better general view can bo bad from this point than from any other. At the foot of the hill below us, is tbe Seme, spanned by a bridge, so wido that 267 ladies, in tbe present style of dress, might walk abreast on it. beyond tbe bridge is a little stretch of park in its contro. aa irregular lakelet sur rounded by flowers, trees, grottos, and rustic pavilions the prettiest piece of artificial land scape m or cut of a picture that the eyeB ever feasted on. Poyond the park is tho immense building or r&lher system of buildings called the Expositioa. But before we leave the portico of the Trocedero let us look down upon what is to be seen. On this side the Seine, and bordering tbe park on the other side, the ground is dotted with a gaudy hti Is village of Kiosks, restaurants, and caves, of Chineese, Japanese, Tunsian, Algerian. Moorish, Turkish and evory otheiish style of architecture. Here may be bought numberless trifles at about twice as much as you would pay for them in the shops of the city. Business is as brisk as about a circus, in these places, and the French jews masquerading as Arabs or Turks, in tar bans and big breeches, answering the customer in good English or French, but knowing not a word of the languages spoken by the followers of Mahomet are making money. Bee that dark, roe eyed bouri, standing m a little kiosk, selling scented beads and amber cigarette mouth pieces. How well that Turkish coetume becomes her! How awkward she would look in a corset, high heeled shoes, and such things. What a romatic history she must have. Per haps she has escaped from the bated bondage of the eeraglio. Surely u9r name is Gulnare. she looks it. Wo make a trifling purchase, and the friend who is with me speaks in the lan guage that was good enough for Shakepeare and Geo. Francis Tram. The bouri starts as at a familiar sound Oha! we smell a rat, we see it browing in the air. When did you leave Washington'.' I venture to ask. "I left in February. I bavo been in Chicagc .since. How is everybody and his wife in Washington ? I hear ol J Sherman is to be impeached I wish something would turnup so that Ioyldget my plica back in tbo Treasury Depart meat.' Tbe main entranco to the Exuib&on is through an immense hall called the Vestibule of Honor; but first let us glance at the facade of tho Vv-etiLulo. Nothing could be more tasteful, artistic, and suggestive. A row of i ffemalo statues, of coIlOKsaj size, each represent! i-S 'nation, stands jusi without the portals, as If ready to recoivo the visitor. The statues arc not without classic aroma, but they are modern beauties, and each oue is intended to represent, by costume, countenance, or in signia, distinct types and governments. The Egyption, Chinese, and Japanese figures are sufficiently marked for ns to know them at a glance, but it is necessary to look at coats of arms, crowns, an'd other regalia, before we can difctii.guiuh Austria from Kussla, or France from England. Tho United States is a very pretty sort of a Goddess of Liberty with a wreath on her head, instead of a cross. We enter tbo Vestibule of nonor which of itself contains far inoro than can bo satisfactorily seen in one day. First to the right, amid Lis gorgeous East India presents is a collossal equestrian statue of the Prince of Wales, who looks as fat and well kept as his borer. Two LuLdi-ed feet d.ataat, toward tbo other end of 1 the Vestibule, is a oolloiaal statue of Carle- magna or Clovii or tome other barbarian, on a stupendous grass fed staldon, led by two mailed warriors, one at each aide of tbe bit. Charle J magne, or Clovis, or Pepin, is a goodly looking 1 King, but it requires greater length of leg than art baa given bim to straddle that norse com I fortably. Not much attention do these, and many other more beautiful works in marble I and bronze attract for tbe visitors are forming an almost endless spiral tail around a crimson velvet pavillion in which are tbe ex-crown jewels of France, each one waiting patiently for her look at tbe wondrous gems. The famous regent is here worth 20.000.000 francs. Theirs wanted to sell it to help pay the national indebtedness, and would have done so if tbe assembly bad not been reaction ary. Why is it not sold with other Jewelry or the regalia? Ask Mr. Blanc. Kaspail. and Naquet, of the chamber. A plain answer will not be given to tbe question, and temptation to seize dictatorial power will not be removed from vulgarly ambitious men. f Communication. DINGER AHEAD. If there is a real purpose on foot to refuse Judge Keightly his second nomination, accord ing to party usage, never as yet broken in this county nor in the District, it may be well to consider that the purpose is avowed in favor of the only man who ever asked it to be done, and who, though receiving a second nomination himself in 1871, has t he honor ( ? ) of being the first and onbj ltepublican candidate for Con gress who has met with defeat at tho polls within tbe few counties composing this District. If these two distinguishing features in the political history of Mr. Burrows are not enough to call a halt, it may be well to also point out that be is the only man that has periodically contested this county with distinguished resi dents of tbe county for nomination to Congress, viz : with Dr. Josuh Andrews, in 1S72. in which be succeeded by Dr. Andrews withdrawing from the field, and after 150 odd ballottings at Deca tur, and also contesting it with A. S. Dyckman in 187C, but failed. His opposition, however, gave tbe nomination to Judge Keightly, whom be now proposes to oust from the Court. Also, je bis advocates recollect that while J. C. Bur rows was elected in 1872 by over 5.000 majority, in two brief years he lost the District, miming, in every county, behind tbe other candidates, county and State, by oyer 1,000 majority. losing Berrien by 181, and Kalamazoo by 920, and car rying Cass by nine votes. St. J OBeph by eleven, and Van Buren by fifty-live seventy-five ma jority in three of the five counties, against the magnificent 5.000 lost in tbe District. Truly U he the man to break the party usage it t.t to be done! MB. LAWTOX'S BEEOLCIIOX. The resolution offered by Mr. Lawton before any delegates were chosen by tbe convention, is as follows : Whebeas. The Republican party of Van Buren county has had hitherto a clear record for faithfulness to party principles and nsiges. whereby dissension has been avoided, confi dence increased, and victory won ; and Whereas, We recognize it to be cf primary importance, m order to secure tbe advance ment of party policy with the nation, that faith ful public servants, to whom its execution is entrusted, should at all times feel assured of party endorsement and supjort ; therefore, 1'esolveo, That we recommend to tbe Ee- Eublican Convention of the 4th Congressional iiBtrict. and to tbe Pepublican Convention of the 12th Senatorial District, of this State, that they place tb" lion. E. W. Keightly. Itepreen tative in Congress, and the Hon. Wm. O. Packard, State Senator, in nomination for elec tion for a socond term to tbe offices which they now fill, with distinguished credit to themselves and their constituents. Mr. Lawton pointed out in a brief but earnest epoech that the resolution was not without pre cedent ; that in 1SGC, in the llepubhcan conven tion beld in Decatur, to choose delegates to tho Congressional Convention of the old 2nd Dis trict, beld in Niles tbat year, tbe Hon. X. II. Bitely, before tbe Convention proceeded to cboMe the delegates, moved that the Conven tion recommend the re-nomination of Hou. Chaa. Upson for the third term in Congress, owing to the importance of the oontest then going on between Congress and Andrew John son, which motion was carried, and the delegates eleeted accordingly. Mr. Lawton then proceed ed to siato from tho history of the party in the county its course touching renominations, say ing that this county had alway acardd it to faithful inen, and that as to Congressmen, the county has never been asked by any man, ex cepting Mr. Burrows, to break this usage, and that he first asked it in 1870. when he attempt ed to secure the delegates of this county for himself, and defeat the renommation of the crippled Gen. Stoughton. In such contest be secured one delegate, Mr. Moore, of Decatur, and, we aver, that now he comes tho second time to ask us to break this rule. In 1S72, Mr. Burrows contested tbe county with Dr. Andrews, and secured four of the six delegates, when Dr. Andrews withdrew, and Mr. Barrows was nom inated. That in 1871, although tLe fiiends of Dr. Andrews were largely in tbe majority in tho convention, yet it being tho usage, delegates were chosen without the show of a contest for bis second nomination which he securod. That ia 1876 he came again for oar support, but was refused, and cow he appears soliciting us tc break this time-honored custom in his behalf, and tbat a rank discourtesy, which we scrupu lously avoided extending to bim, shall be done by us to Judije Keightly. In this, he insults pur intelligence, oar fairness, and impeaches bur political fidelity'. W have no more interest in tbe political tuccoss of theid gentlemen than in that of other non-residents of tbe county, except to treat each with the HUe evenbanded fairness. Kalamazoo sives no sign of breaking this usage, nor do any other of the counties forming this District. The Telegraph an nounces editorially tbat Judge Keightly is en titled to. and Bhouli receive, a second nomina tion. Why are we called upon to break the ice, that the flood may follow, and bear the odium of di8sens:on tbat may grow out of it, all blame and controversy, cure to appear in its train, cast upon us? Ought we not to stand clear, as bithorto, in this matter '. " I certainly trust we sball," said Mr. Lawton, "and that the resolu tion will bo adopted." Tbe resolution was laid upon the table upon the call of the yeas and nayr, the convention not wishing to put itself in opposition to the principle contained in it, Tuere were 20 odd toting nay and CO odd yes, leaving nearly 49 votes not cast. GLOSlNti OUT Of all SUMMER GOODS, At the Lou- Priced Store of W. J. SELLICK. La lies Linen S ute, $5 7f, former price $3 CO u a 5 of .. 7 00 1 2:, 6 00 4 00, " 5 50 " 1 5f, - " 2 50 Pabafols at sweeping reductior. Fass at nnheird of price. LtrnDRT at great bargain. We are now closing out the balance of our Summer Hats and Millinery Goods at cost, and less, in order to make room for our Fall purchase., which will be greater than ever be fore. We oiler GREAT INDUCEMENTS To Cash Buyers in every De paitment of our Business, to make purchases now. where an important saving can be made. CLOVE II AND TIMOTHY SEED For sale low for Cash. Truiv Yours, W. J. SELLICK. THE GENUINE DR. C. McLANE'S Celebrated American WORM SPECIFIC VERMIFUGE. SYMPTOMS OF WORMS. rilHE countenance is pale and leaden--1- colored, with occasional flushes cr a circumscribed spot on one or both cheeks; the eyes become dull; the pu pils dilate; an azure semicircle runs along the lower eye-lid ; the nose is ir ritated swells, and sometimes bleeds ; a swelling of the upper lip ; occasional headache, with humming or throbbing of the ears; an unusual secretion of saliva; slimy or furred tongue; breath very foul, particularly in the morning; appetite variable, sometimes voracious, with a gnawing sensation of the stom ach, at others, entirely gone; fleeting pains in the stomach ; occasional nausea and vomiting; violent pains throughout the abdomen; bowels ir regular, at times costive; stools slimy; not unfrequently tinged with bloocl; belly swollen and hard; urine turbid; respiration occasionally difficult, and accompanied by hiccough; cough sometimes dry and convulsive ; uneasy and disturbed sleep, with grinding of the teeth ; temper variable, but gener ally irritable, &c. Whenever the above symptoms are found to exist, DR. C. McLAXE'S VERMIFUGE will certainly effect a cure. IT DOES NOT CONTAIN MERCURY in any form ; it is an innocent prepara tion, net capable cf doing the slightest injury to the most tender infant. The genuine I)r. McLane's Ver mifuge bears the signatures of C. Mc Laxe and Fleming Dros. on the wrapper. -:o: DR. C. MoLANE'S LIVER PILLS nrc not recommended as a remedy 41 for nil the ills that flesh h heir to," but in affections of the liver, and in all I'.ilioua Complaints, I)yspepsia and Sick Headache, cr diseases of that character, they stand without a rival. AGUE AND F EVER. No better cathartic can be used preparatory to, or after taking (Quinine. As a simple purgative they are uneCalcJ. llKWAlin or imit.vjtoxn. The genuine arc r.cvcr sugar coated. Each box has a red wax seal on the lid with the impression Dr. McLane's Liver Tills. Kach wrapper bears the signatures of C. McLaxe and l'LEMiNr. Uros. Insist upon having the genuine Dr. C. Mc Ixe's Liver I'ills, prepared by Fleming Ilros., of Pittsburgh, I'a., the market being full of imitation of the name McLanc, spelled differently but same pronunciation. Eminent Chemists and Physicians certify that these goods are free from adulteration, richer, more effective, produce better results than any others, and that they use them in their own families. DB.PBICE S STEELE Sc PRICE'S LUPULIN YEAST GEMS. The Itest Irj Hop Yttmt in the 1fr!t. STEELE & PRICE, Manfrs., Chicago, St. Louis & Cincinnati. CETTXJTG DOWN TO HARD PAN. FREE k MARTIN Will sell a nest of Pails, con sisting of One 14 qt one 10 qt, one 5 qt. and one dipper, the lot for 80 cts., good goods. Also, Six qt. milk pans for 12 1-2 cts. each. Copper bottom boilers No. 9, $2.00. No. 8, S1.7G. Dippers 15c. One-half gal. oil cans 25 cts. The entire stock worked down to correspondingly low prices. Why will you patronize Ped dlers, when you can buy for one-half the price- asked by them. Free & Martin. CHANCERY SALE. In pursuance and by virtue cf a decree in the circuit court for th Countvof Van Ruren. in chancery, in the State of "Michigan, made on the fifteenth day of November, A. D. 1377, in a cause therein pending, wherein Sherman S. Rogers is complainant, and Philip Hoege. Ro 8tta Hoege, Noble S. Taylor and Elizabeth Shuf.ars are defendants. Notice is hereby Riven that I shall sell at public auction to the highest bidder at the front door of the Court House in tbe village of Paw Paw (said building being the place of holding the circuit court for the county of Van Duren) at three o'clock in the afternoon, on the 27th day of August. A. D. 1878. all the following described lands, viz: That piece or parcel of land situated in the County of Van Buren and State of Michigan, known as the east half of the north-east quar ter of section eleven (11) in township one (1) south of range sixteen (16) wett, containing eighty acres more or less. 1216t7 JOHN KNOWLES, Circuit Court Commtagioner. Van Buren Co., Michigan. R. & J. D. Bcbx3. Solicitors for Comp't. STATE OF JIICHK.AX,) COUNTY OF VAX WHEN, ("' Notico ia hereby given, that br an order of the Probate Court for the Co'untv of N an Buren. made on the 21th dav of June. A. D. 18(8. six months from that date were allowed for creditors to present their claims against ; tbe estate Of TLoinAB Yfatnn UfP rf eM county, deceaeed, and that all creditors of said decea-ed are required to present their claims to Bai l probate court, at tbe probate office, in the village of Paw Paw, for examination and allowance, on or 1 efore tho 1st day of January next, end tbat surh claims will be beard before said court, on Wednesday, the 14th dav of August. ai;d on Thursday, tbo nth day of j November next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon I of each of those dave. Dated June 21th.A. 1). 1378. 121H1 ! JOSIAH L. H AWES. Circnit Jud::e. . And acting Judge of Probate. m TgjTj? MA'cdABLE INVENTION, CJiUr Ir rfHE WORLD RENOWNED WILSOBUEttlNG MASHINE in workmanship 0 equal to a Chronomotor Watch, and ao olcganViy finished as a first-class Piano. It received tho hig?'iest awards at tho Vienna and Centennial Expo sitions, IT GEWS ONE-FOURTH FASTER than other Vfinohinds Its capacity Is unlimited. Thero aro moro WILSON MACHINES sold in tho United States than tho combined sales of ail tho others. Tho WILSON MENDING ATTACHMENT for doing all kinds of repairing, WITHOUT PATCHING, given FREE with each machine. .WILSON SEWING MACHINE CO. 827 Cl 029 D roadway, New York; How Orleans, La. 9 Cor. State & Madison St$., Chicago, Ills.; and San Francisco, Cal. For Sale By all First-Cfass Beaters. Extracts. 7 hi UNIQUE PERFUMES arc the Oenis of all Odors. TOOTH EN E. An agreeable, healthful Liquid Dentifrice. LEMON SUGAR. A mibstitute for Lemons. EXTRACT JAMAICA CINCER. From the pure root. f MORTGAGE SALE. I Default ba?ing Lsen made in tbe conditions of a certain mortsaee (whereby tbe power tterein contained to eell baa become operati?e) executed by Hiram Lee and Charles Lee of Decatur, Michigan, to Jno. T. Keablee of the name place, bearing date tbe 15th day of Octo ber, A. D. 1875 and recorded in tbe office of tbe Register of Deeds for Van liuren Count. Michigan, in Liber 4 of mortgages on page 430 on tbe 11th day of November. A. D. 1875, npon which mortgage there is claimed to be dne at the date of this notice tbe sum of ninety and thirty one hundredths dollars (ife,J0.30-ll0) and no enit or proceedings at law having been instituted to recover the whole or any part of said snm, Notice is therefore hereby given that on Monday the 29th day of July. A. D. 1873, I shall sell at public vendue by the Sheriff of said county at the front door of the Court House in the village or I'aw raw in sail county at two 2 o'clock in the afternoon of said day. the land described in said mortgaga i viz : Lots number tux 6 and seven 7 m j block "A" in Flemming's addition to tbe village of Decatur, County of Van Buren and State of Michigan to satisfy the amount due on said mortgage with ten per cent, interest and legal coats together with an attorney fee of forty I f 10 dollars covenanted for thereiD. ! Dated April 30th. 1878. 120Ctl3 I JNO. T. KEABLES. Mortgagee. ! Jso. J. Shebmax, Att'y for Mortgagee. Order lor Appearance. STATE OF MICHIGAN : Ninth Judicial Cir cuit In Chancery. Leella A. Hammond. ) Complainant, j vs. ! Reuben F. Gustm. 1 Defendant, j Snit pending in the Circuit Court for the County of Van Buren. in Chancery, at Paw Paw. on tbe thirteenth day of June, A. D. 1S73. In this cause it appearing from affidavit on file, tbat tbe defendant, Reuben F. Gustin u not a resident of this State, but was a resident of tbe State of Florida, when last beard ol and bid residence is now unknown. On motion of Cbarles A. Harrison, complainant's solicitor, it is ordered that the appearance of said non resident defendant Reuben . Guetin be en tered herein, within three months from the date of this order, and in case of bis appear ance be cauae his answer to the bill of com plaint to ba filed, and a copy thereof to be served on tbe complainant's solicitor, within fifteen days after service on him of a copy of paid bill and notice of this order: and in de fault thereof, said bill will be taken as con fessed by said non-resident defendant : And it ia further ordered, that within twenty days tbe complainant c&uso a notico of thin order to be published in thn True Northerner, a news paper printed, published and circulating ra said county, and that eaid publication be con tinued tl-erein. once in each week, for n weeks in entveHsion. or that he cause a coot i of this order to be personally served on said non-reideot defendant at ler.st twenty daye before the time above prescribed for biap I pcarance. i 12131G JOHN KN'OWLES. Circuit Court Commissioner. Van Buren Co.. j Michigan. Charles A. Hakuisox. Comp't's Solicitor. FOR SALE CHEAP. One of tbe choicest residences in the villae of Paw Paw, Mich., consisting of a find dwell, ing. snug barn, nearly new. two acres of land with choice fruit and shrubbery in great abun dance. Premises in good repair. For terms apply to R. F.JUDSOX. IHOtf Kalaaazoe Mica". nilMlOVIH) I'A KM For Sale on reasonable terms. Inquire of 80m0 U. A. HARRISON, Taw Paw. Or. R. it J. D. Bl'RNS. Kalamazoo, Mich. a wees in your own town, so Outfit free. No risk Reader, if you want a business at which persons of either eei. can make great pay all the time they work write for particulars to H. Hallett K Co.. Portland. Maine. Ucan make money faster at work for us than at anything else. Capital not required : we will start you. .il2 per dav at home mada by the industrious. Men. women, bovs and girls wanted everywhere to jrork for U9. Now 19 the time. Costly outrit and terms free. Address Tbce A: Co.. Anguata. Maine. D f (T kusmces yon can engage : a .r llrN 1 to 2'J P" day made by ar.y work m er of either sex. right 1 their own localities. Particulars and samples worth $5 free. Improve your spare time a this busi ness. Address Smsox tt Co.. Port jj, Maine. IMPROVED F All MS And Farming Lands for aile in Van Buren. Allegan Larry and Ca counties: also im proved farms and un inrt. ,n ZTi f7a!0 V We: also several house and lots for sale in. ecatur. 3n on TerT f avor.. able terms JE;1 itre ot or address. 12U5U3 II. BURNS. jatnr. Van Buren County. Mich