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Following are the prices paid by our merchants and dealers for the products named: Butter EtfK Potatoes Wheat white 73c Rwi Oats now Corn - ICo 12c '2Tc 7rc '22c 12c Fat cattle on foot 3 to 3?c Tioga, alive dressed w. .Oc Chickens,. ---- ,c Sheep 3to3c Republican Meetings. K. L. Hamilton Glendale, Saturday evening, Sept. 22 Hartford, Monday evening, 44 21 IUooraingdale, Tuesday eve'g, 44 25 Additional Local. Old Mrs. Fales died yesterday. Major Arthur P. Loomis is the guest of A. C. Martin. E. B. Longwell advertises new good and new bargains. R. V. Broughton has a big adv. of fall and winter wraps. Mrs. Jennie Hamilton expects to take up her residence in the state of Texas in tho near future. Mrs. Fred Fish left Monday for her home in Milwaukee. Her mother, Mrs. V. R. Sirrine, accompanied her. Justice Killefer will have his office in the upper front room of the building lately vacated by Dellaven Brothers. W. S. Powers, a Battle Creek attorney, is engaged in tho trial of the case of Faith vs. Dellaven, in the circuit court. Editor Russell of the Bangor Advance, and Foreman Jennings of the Visitor, nre in Paw Paw as witnesses in tho circuit court. "The clothing that all the clothing world is talking about" is the kind E. Smith & Co. advertise in their Septem ber sale on the last page of'this issue. But littlo change is observed in the condition of .Miss Julia Harrison from what it has been nt alternate periods from the time of the accident four weeks ago. At the present writing, her condi tion is somewhat improved. Under SheritT John Britton has gone to Rochester, X. Y., with a requisition for a young man named Ernest Nichols, who is in custody there and is wanted for stealing a watch and a sum or money from the home of Edward Dellaven in Columbia. Governor Pingrec has pardoned Win. K. Barker, sentenced from this county in October, 18S5, for 2." years for com plicity in tho murder of Harvey Keith. It wili bo remembered that the killing was done by Marshall Barker and that his brother William helped him toccrete tho body. Marshall was sentenced for life. The murder was a horrible one, premeditated, tho young Keith hav ine been enticed to the home of Marsh Barker for tho purpose of enabling tho murderer to iind him there in company with Barker's wife. William Barker, tho pardoned man, is said to be on the verge of the grave as the elTect of his 15 years of atonement fur his part in tlx crime. Circuit Court. The people vs. George Baldwin: viola tion of local option law; continued. The people vs. Charles E. Aboil; viola tion of loeal option law; respondent ac quitted by verdict of jury. The people vs. W. J. Henwood; viola tion of local option law. In this case tho respondent, who "had previously been convicted on bis plea of guilt, was or dered to pay a tino of 10 and 1.85 costs, an order which he promptly obeyed. Tho Michigan Shoe Co. vs. Samuel Ellis et.nl; assumpsit. Judgment in fa vor of plantitT, 6C21J9 and costs to bo taxed. Tho people vs. Lyman J. Dane; assault ana battery. This was an appeal from Justice Mason's court, where respondent was convicted of having assaulted his neighbor, Jacob Ausman. The trial in tho circuit court resulted in another ver dict of guilty. Dane and Ausman live on adjoining premises in the village of Lawrence and there had beeu bad blood between them for some time growing out of a disputo over the lino that divided their respective lots. Each had thereto fore had tho other arrested and Ausman had cut down tho hedge that marked the division, claiming that it was on his land. In the latter part of May last, Ausman was alout to plow his lot when troublo arose between the parties and Dane knocked him down with a hoe handle, striking a blow which resulted in double fracture, breaking both the handle and Ausman's right arm. Dane claimed to bo acting in self-defense, but the jury, evidently, did not see it in that light. Twenty days wero allowed for a new trial and GO days in which to settle a bill of exceptions to the supreme court in case o new trial hhall bo refused. Tho people vs. John Martin. The re spondent in this caso is a young man of 18 years, an Italian, and was accused of breaking and entering tho store building of A. A. Vineyard at South Haven, in tho night time, with intent to commit tho crime of larceny. Tho breaking and en tcring was not denied, but the claim was . made that tho boy was only seeking a lodging place. The jury did not so un derstandit and promptly rendered a vcr diet of guilty. The people vs. E.E.Napier; violation of local option law. In this cause an order was entered that the respondent bo com mitted to jail to await trial at tho Novem ber term of court, unless ho shall furnish the bonds heretofore ordered by tho court. Mary E. Cutler vs. John Cutler; di vorce. Decree granted on tho ground of cruelty. Minerva E. Finch vs. William II. Finch; divorce. Decreo granted on tho ground of cruelty. Rcl)ecca J.McCaslin vs. George S. Mc Caslin; divorce. Decreo granted on the ground of cruelty. Stella M. Chaddock vs. Rulo Es Chad dock; divorce. Decreo granted on the ground of cruelty.' Martha Ronk vs. Village of South Haven. This was an action on the caso brought by plaintitl to recover damages alleged to have been sustained by her by reason of a defective sidewalk. Tho jury rendered a verdict in favor of tho plain titT in tho sum of 8700, aud judgment was entered in that amount, with costs to be taxed. Hattie.T. Thompson vs. John Piock. This was an action of trespass, growing out of a disputo between two South Haven parties, in reference to a lino fence. Tho caso was certified from jus tice court on plea of title. Verdict was rendered and judgment entered in favor of plaintiff for 5.00 and costs. Winileld S. Faith vs. Levi Dellaven; trover. This is a suit involving the title to tho Van Buren County Visitor's orig inal printing outfit purchased by the late W. E. Thresher and alleged never to have been paid for. Thresher sold out to DoIIaven, and now this action is brought to recover tho value of tho out fit It is claimed by tho plaintiff that no title ever passed to Thresher. The cause is now on trial. Allen Halverson of West Prairie, Wis., says: ''People come 10 miles to huy Foley's Kidney Cure," while J. A. Spcro of Helmer says: 44It is the medical won der of tho age." E. B. Longwell. m Real Estate Transfers. Following real cstato transfers havo been recorded in theoilico of tho register of deeds during tho past week: Herman Reischko to Sara K Connor; 1 a ill South Haven; 1,500. Jesse Thomas to H L Stratton; pt lot U blk 3 Hartford; 1,850. J C Bair to G H Geberding; e n w M s w i 2 Columbia; 500. W A Douglass to Celina A Douglass; w )i s w i 3(5 and s . n e yA s e i 35 Antwerp; 1. E E Mills to Clara O Packard; e ' n w 4 19 Bangor; 6700. Mary A. Bitely to Anna R Tyler; lot 1 blk .' Union add Law ton; 35. Mary L Harris to Jesse Thomas; lot 3 blk 2 Stratton's add Hartford; 1,100. Anna Graham to E A Graham; s e J4 ne)4M Decatur; 700. O E Clark to Anna Graham; s o i n o 4 1 Decatur; 100. Paw Paw Savings Bank to S D Har vey; n w . n w y zij iieneva; tbtz.t t. II P Sherman to G T Pomeroy; w 30 a n . s w j,i boutn iiaven: ti. ti T Pomeroy to R P Sherman and w; same as last above; 1. Lydia A Stowo to Ida Forsythe; lotl blk 0 Hartford; 1,000. Carlin Lanuing to Laura Rider; lot G blk 1 Bangor; 1. Myrtle Irey to Laura Rider; samo as last above: 1. Win. Martin to O II Do Waters; s 10 a e 50 s w 3 i 12 Lawrence; 750. A Night of Terror. "Awful anxiety was felt for the widow of tho brave General Burnham of Mach- ias, Me., when the doctors said she would die from pnenmonia beforo mornintr" writes Mrs. S. H. Lincoln, who attended her that fearful night, but she begged for Dr. Kings New Discovery, which had more than once saved her life, and cured her of consumption. After taken, she lept all night. Further use entirely- cured her. This marvellous medicine is guaranteed to cure all throat and lung disease. Only 50c. and 1. Trial bottles free at Longwell Bros.' drugstore. m The Coterie will hold its first meeting for the new year Wednesday, September at 2:.0. Their number is complete and tho largest in the history of theclub. Tho program for Wednesday is as follows: (Jreeting to new members. Paper "A trip to California," Mrs. Lot tie Warner. SMrs. Claire Harrison, Miss Gra?e Grout, Master Leland Gorton. Roll call, Current events. Hostess, ...Mrs. Seleno Holt. Stood Death Off. K. B. Munday, a lawyer of Henrietta, Tex., once fooled a grave-digger. Ho says: "My brother was very low with malarial fever and jaundice. I persuad ed him to try Klectric Hitters, and he was soon much better, but continued their uso until ho was wholly cured. I am sure Electric Hitters saved his life." This remedy expels malaria, kills disease germs and purities tho blood; aids diges tion, regulates liver, kidney and bowels, cures constipation, dyspepsia, nervous disease, kidney troubles, female com plaints; gives perfect health. Only 00c. at Longwell Bros.' drug store. Marriaizo- Licenses. William H. Crouso, 2G; Hattio Sill, 22, both of Grand Junction. Walter D. Welch, 21, Inwood, Ind.; Lillian M. Wraight, 20, Bloomingdale. Alfred T. Shumway, 21; Clara Geer, 20, both of Decatur. Wilbcr Haring, 22; Dannie Daincs, 19, both of Bloomingdale. Cuts and Bruisoa Quickly Healed. Chamberlain's Pain Balm applied to a cut, bruise, burn, scald or like injury will allay tho pain and will heal the parts in less time than any other treat ment. Unless the injury is very severe it will not leave a scar. Pain Balm also cures rheumatism, sprains, swelling and lameness. For sale by Longwell Bros., Paw Paw. s m Don't delay a minute. Cholera In fantum, dysentery, diarrhoea comes sud denly. One safe plan is to havo Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawberry al ways on hand. "We had quito a thrilling rescuo hero yesterday," said the first seashore so journer, f,but I don't seo anything in tho papers about it." "01 thero was nothing interesting about that," replied tho other; "tho woman was rescued by her own husband." Philadelphia Record. You will nover find any other pill so prompt and so pleasant as Do Witt a Lit tlo Early Risers. E. B. Longwell. tf I llij uflMl MMjIj n in 0 ' uuuoo jffill . uSD Bill IBF SlE ! This GREAT PRICE-SAVING EVENT Will DRAW TRADE to "The Famous Long Brick Store" As a Magnet Draws Steel. m J. D. HOLMES. mil Mm Fa pro 5 ill IIS I HAVE on hand a complete line of SPIKE AND SPRING- TOOTH HAR ROWS, RIDING- AND "WALKING plows, One and Two Horse Cultivators, carriages, Etc. CALL AND SEE MY COODS All kinds pf Tin Work and Plumbing by Competent Workmen. SNOW ROTH Don't Pay too to what may SNOW BROS.' FURNACES by those whose self-interest may prompt them to misrepresent. OUR RADIATORS HAVE CAST HEADS and we can make them any old size you "want. The other fellow didn't tell you that, did he? We wili Guarantee Them to Last Ten Years. Do you want any moro? And wo further guaranteo our furnaces to heat any house in which wo placo them, in less time and with less fuel than any furnace represented in Paw Taw. Call at ocr shop and see our furnaces. Wo make make moro than one size, and if wo cannot convinco you that what we claim is true, and that we can savo you money, you will bo permitted to depart in pieces. Just give us a show. Yours for a hot time, Srxo-w Bros. : Plainwkll, Micu., Sept. 10, 1900. Snow Bros: The combination furnaco which I purchased of you in tho fall of 1893 gives completo satisfaction. ii tons of coal has kept my house at summer heat during tho last two severe winters. It does much moro than you claim for it, and I cheerfully recommend it to any who may need a hot air furnaco, as all that can bo desired. Yours respectfully, WM. THOMAS, , Supt. Mich. Taper Co. E. SMITH k OO. Power of Production gives Power of Price in this Startling Fall Opening Sale. We slice the PRICE instead of the Value. OVER TWO THOUSAND SUITS ! Over Sixteen Hundred Overcoats and Ulsters. Over Nineteen Hundred pairs of Pants ; Thou sands of Overalls, Fancy and White Shirts, Shirts and -Drawers, Hats and Caps, Gloves and Mittens, Neckwear, Collars and Cuffs, Sweaters, Duck Coats, Rubber and Oil Cloth ing, Mackintoshes, which you take no chances with cheapness. E. SMITH & GO., FaW FaW. -HARDWARE. AND PRICES BEFORE BUYING. J. D. HOLMES, Paw Paw, Sign of the Red Tag. ER8 - FURNACES. Much Attention be said about CLOTHING. WWm iff I illi PK Cp7Ti(bt 1900 by -t, tchaffnw Ktn FRED O. OCODOCK. MODEL nnn MM Tho very best of all kinds of Meats that can bo procured. Home Rendered Lard and Home Cured Hams and Bacon Specialty. Everything in the line of Cooked Meats for Lunches. ICE! ICE! ICE! Thoso not having contracted their ico will consult their best interests by seeing mo at once, or telephone No. 4. Ice for Sunday's use will be de livered Saturdays. Yours for trade, Fred B.OGoboGk. OCOCOCOOwOO O Satisfactory O q Service. 0 oocccocccoo Satisfactory in the fullest sense of the word giving you clothing that is equal in every respect to the merchant tailor's product at halt the expense and with half the trouble in get ting fitted. No guessing how your garments will look when made up. You sec the clothes finished, can try them on, know that they fit,, that they arc becoming, that they arc going to suit you, before you agree to take them. SOLD1BY SHOVERMflM BROS. 1 5he Right Price One satisfaction in trading with us: We guarantee the price of every article we sell. If you can't do better here than anywhere else, we won't ask for your custom. When we offer Hart, Schaffner & Marx guaran teed suits and overcoats for the price of ordinary cloth ing you may know our way of dealing. Better value, more for the money, an equal quality for less money than you'll find anywhere outside of our store. J. C.WARNER. "OROCEB. Not How CHEAP But How GOOD Arc the Groceries which you bay? Remember! That our GROCERIES are THE BEST that money can buy. Our Royal Blue Canned Goods arc the finest in the market. Try our Home Cured Ham and Bacon. We make a specialty of Fine Meats. J. C. Warner. p3' Pli