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FRIDAY, SKPT. 7, 1888.
Bepubhcan Nominations: NATIONAL TIC KMT. For President, llEXJAMIXF. HAKMSON. of Indiana. For Vlco-rreddoiit, LEVI V. MORTON, of Now York. Republican Mnt- Ti l.'!. For florcrnnr-- t ernes r.. uci", r i n ai. For I,lMitnfltit fii.vernor jauk n. m.( po.NAi.n.of r.Mtuuii.ji Fr Pecrotiry of State GILnPIIT K. OSMI'.V, of I' -tiM.lt. For Htato Treasurer (J I-TO HOE L. MAIFZ. f Aplin. For Auditor (iciu ral-- HP.NIIY H. AI'MN'.of 'V, -t Day City. For Commissioner of t ho Land mice HOSCOF. D. DIX, of Il -i nn Spring. For Attorney flenerRl HTBrilEN V. ll.TUOWUHHifiK, of Ionia For Superintendent f I'uHle Instruction JOSEPH r.STAHItOOK.'nf Olivet. For Member of Stat noard of Education. rP.KKT POWKKS, of fitdillae. ' For CongrrM. eighth district COL. AAUON T. I'.LISS Ploofnrf-At Lnrpc. U. A. Alger.'of Wayne nd liaae ('arpon. of Kent. Fir?t district -F.dwnrd Murk. Second. Junius r. nl. Third. lMchfttd Kiiiu'inan. Kourth.J. W. French. Fifth, Hon J. Leathers. Sixth, Jfll. U. Turner. Seventh. John S. Thompson. Eighth, Elliott F. (iraMII. Ninth. W. W. Cum. mcr. Tenth. Hurry P. McitcII. :r.lrventh Ferry Hannah. Vermont at her state flection Tues day, went Republican by at least ixooo majority. Hurrah for Vermont . The free trader says "protection is robbery." So it is; it rohs foreign com petitors of all opportunity to cripple American industries and pauperize American labor. We s in for that kind of robbery strong. If it be true, as a free trade journal asserts, that "a good suit of clothes can be bought in Ireland for '.. oil,' the constant emigration from the country, and the admitted misen of her fork ing classes, prove that a country where a suit costs $o.r' is nt a good country to live in. Major Hopkins, chairman of the He publican state central committee, re cently returned from a visit to New York state. He reports that the dem ocrats will be buried there next No vember under a Republican landslide. There is a perfect staf. aede of dem ocratic manufacturers and tlieir em ployers to the standard of Harrison and protection. "The Citizen" of Chicago, an Irish American paper, shows by figures taken from official statistics that the average wages paid to American work ingmcn employed in '2 different trades and occupations are 5'J.L' per cent higher than the wages paid to working- men in (ireat Hritain ho are employed in similar work. In other words. Un American woikitignian receiws nearh twice a much pay as the Hi iti h laborer for the same kind of work. Free trade with (ireat Ihitain would strike where? It would strike down the wages of American workingrnen. J. Carland, of St. Louis, a man of influence and a life-long Democrat. who two years ao supported the democratic nominees with much enthiiiasm. betting money on their election, has recently been to New York, and reports that peat numbers of Democrats are leav ing that party. The position of that party on the question of tariff has caused him to change his political affiliations, he is now an anient supporter of Har rison A llorton. He says that any in telligent, observing man. visiting New York, can but see that ('rover stands no chance; is indeed "off the Kug." Col. A. T. Hliss has been known to the Saginaw Valley, for a considerable time, as a true type of the representa tive American. Commencing life amid frugal surroundings, with limited moans, for securing the advantages of a liberal education, vet unaided by these, jHHsexsing true American pluck and energy, with a . liberal supply of g)od natural endowments, he has achieved such success, as to give him a place, in the front rank of the em inently successlul business men, with which the Sajjinaws abound. And it Is such men who hae brought him forward as a man fitted lv his btiiues manage large business enter prises successfully, and possessed of sterling honesty and fidelity, in all his relations in life, as the right man in this juncture of our National affairs, to represent, protect, and foster the in terests of the people in the halls of National legislation, when und.-r the misrepresentation of T. T. they are ruthlessly stricken down and by the aid of our misrepresentative. As the people of the district at large are be coming acquainted with Col. Hliss, his genial, pleasant manner, his clean po- Marrhrre Licences Name. A.-c Town. I David Caicr, M2 H.-thany, I Anna Ellsworth, 1 7 Wheeler. ! Franklin Hull. 'J.'t NoithStar. I Fannie M. .Jackson, L"J Hrant. .John Street, 47 Lafayette, Velona Skinner, It Wheeler. John Helknapp, i'i YVash'toii, Anna i'enland, 17 do William t. Sweat, L'2 Elba. Hannah M. Hoover, no Elba. j Mark Salter, 21 Fulton, l Mary (Jildersleeve, I Fulton. : -John F. Harnes, St . i .i.iiin. i Hoxa Wardwi !1. l'1 Itetham . .James K. Ladd, Washington. lleattic A. Hoard, If. Saginaw Co. j Win. D. .Johnson, U" Ne. Haven. I Ida E. Li-slie, Pi Fulton. : Wm. F. Warn n, Van I'ureii, I Anna immcrau, lt Hamilton. I Willanl F. Warren, ::o Ithaca, i Carrie I!. Webster, l!j Ithaca. ft "5 i- , Gratiot County Orange Mciting. El.WLLL. Sept. rJ, 1S-S. According to preious announcement the Pomona (tiange. of (Jratiot county, met with Lmerson (irange in the town ship of Knierson, Aug. L'll, ls. Your correspondent arried at the place of holding the ineetingat H:-t o'clock. It tt-.iu ........ .i i 4 i.. .. i. liticaland business-like speeches, are ; ' -. . u,..i .. ...... 1 ...M.W. ,.f ......1.1 1... 1 impressing them, too, with the fact r"."- i'"-- that the nominating convention made a wise choice, in the selection of Col Hliss, as the candidate for representa tive of this Congressional district, and they will see to it that this choice is ratified at the polls is November. Mr. (iuthrie. Master of Fniersoii ; (J range, with others, had secured the ! Oddfellows hall, it being the largest 'one in the vicinity. At ll:lo'cloekthe J meeting was called to order by L. .J. jDcan, Master of the county (Jrange, , and the usual morning exercises were ,T i -i -7- t- then in order and the business of the At the Prohibition convention ati., , ., Ithaca, on Wednesday, the following ange traiisa ted until noon when two ticket was placed in notnination:Kepre-' long tables, reaching across the lower senative. Orwin (Jates; shei itf. u,,r of the building, was found filled "'kK1';-. ,,f;,!X : " ""'- -- W. Sanders; Kegister of Deeds, .mate, good enough lor kings and J L. Miller; Tieasurer, Sidney Ses-' princes. sions; Prosecuting Attomev. "Newel: After .iiniier vour correspondent took Leonard; Survevor. .Joseph W.Herrod ; ., . , .,,..,,,,. t. ,, - ,, ,., , ,,, , . . . . i i' n i ii . a look aiolil (I the I e i .or hooil a at I oroners, Joseph heller and Heiirv d. ,. , , . Shaw. " think upon the Imest farmes m (Jratiot " j county. Arcada j Shortly after 2 o'clock the meeting Everybody is sighing for rain just j was again called to ori'er. enough, to put out the fires in the I The afternoon meeting being public swamps. the hall was soon tilled with eager li.s- Miss Maria (irover returned last ' tenors to hear the discussions. week, after an extended visit to Iowa and Kansas. School commenced Monday. Sept. :'. Mr. Wiight w ill lay down the rules for the next two months. The democrats, Russell and Castor. of this place had a pole-raising on Monday. 4:5 being present. W. A. Hahlke did the speaking. He talked at length on "free trade," telling the farmer that they were not protected only on their wool. Hither Mr. Hahlke is very ignorant or else he thinks he can pull the wool oer our eyes. Veg etables are lo per cent ad valorem; wheat, cattle, horses and sheep all hae a duty. Master Mei vin Shtcr raised a little pole Mondav eve. to offset the democrats Hai i ison and Morton is printed on the llag. whih is not at half mast like tj,(. democrats, either! Parkinson Piioeba Austin, ol Hiepherd, The address of welcome by Mr. (iu thrie ami the response by the Lecturer of Liberty ( irange, w ere well received, as may be said of the entire program, as good points by each speaker was argued and was well worth the thought ful consideration of those present. The reports from the subordinate granges throughout ti e county showed them to be in a llourishing condition. We had the pleasure of shaking hands with a number of farmers who rank among the best in our county who did not belong to the order onevear ago. but do now. Uefore I forgtt it let me say that Ill bridge Franklin, of Noith Mar. was elected to repie. ent the county grange at the state grange, a wise choice. Vour coi respondent w ished to return honi" the same evening bat u;h in formed that our presence as needed in the e cuing for the ie.:.oa that six or eight wished to join the grange. Al ter the e eiilt , ; we Wev ery hopitabl en,. i.iiiici i-v Mr. and Jib (irilli li for which we return 'l thanks. f? m. i o kj L A Great Reduction in A 0 F H jsh They Must Go ! y n l r U 3 r i if Is 4 1 1 U Hi I Former price, $1.25 to $3.75 Now 90 cents to $2.00. chneider&Stuttz ITrrr RIp 1 Double Bass Vile, cost $48.00, XVL uaL, will sell at a great reduction. Inquire of J. E. Stuttz. K Jk H O GREAT D:-. W. Kc-llv. Tlie "eld soldiers" are not slow to appreciate their friends. Their hearts are warm and kindly disposed toward their old comrades, w ho stood shoulder to shoulder with them in the hour of the country's peril. They can but feel kindly disposed toward Col. A. T, Hliss, who was not only with them, heart and hand, in that dark and tring hour, but has continued to lie their constant friend from that hour to this, and is even now spending much of his time looking after their interestsas tieasurer of the Soldier's Home at (irand Hapids. Speech by Prince Bismarck in the Reichstag May 14, 1882. "The success of the United States in material development is the most illus trious of modern times. The Ameri can Nation has not only successfully borne ami suppressed the most gigan tic and expensie war of all history .but immediately afterward it disbanded its army, found 'employment for all its soldiers and marines, paid off most of its debt, gave lalior and homes to all the unemployed of Europe as fast as they could arrive within its territory and all by a system of taxation so indirect as not to lie perceived, much less felt. 5m'' highly elated with their success in Uecause it is my deliberate judgement j winning the club's premium llag. that the prosperity of America is due David Fry and Llisha Higelo.v !ot to its system of;protective laws, I urge ; their sheep a few weeks ago. After that Germany lias now reached that searching a week in vain, they were point where it is necessary to imitate ; informed that thev were in or m-ar the tariff system of the United States. Judge. Now, compare this .statesman-like M the guest of Mis. Decker. Erastus Doane lias moved on Moore's farm mile south of ."shepherd. Norman King lias just returned h une from Saginaw, after a four das" visit in that tit j. Mrs. King and .Mi-s Libke Slab -s j contemplate startingfor Helena, Ohio, next Friday. .las. Hrady. dr., thle-hed s acies of oats last Saturday and they ielded -V. bushels per acie. (ieo. S. Foglesong, engineer on the M. C. rail road, is hen isiiing iriends during his vacation. President .1. W. Doane and other members of the Prohibition club at this place went to Ithaca last Wcdnesdsy to attend the Prohibition mass meeting, j Teth. Mrs. Annie Eagon ison the sick list. 1 ()f: "v r I r u m..iv. Alma. Elder Hart preached his tarewell ser- " mon at Parkinson last Sunday. The 1 Toledo, Ann Arbor &North michigan Elder leaves many warm friends in this place. tt Sets of Teeth froo. . , ' .p..u's Filling ar.d Proerving the Xutunil Takle? eiTect July 1". is.-. North Il"iiiil. Sliunlanl Time. South lluuri.J. The prohibition meeting held at the Elm grove school house last Saturday night, was well responded to by the Paikinsonite high bloods We were Hot thei e, how cvei . Miss Kate Sweeney returned fn in Ann Alitor last Saturday night, where she has been receiving tieatment for granulated ee lids. She expresses herself now as having a new pair of ces. N.. No 4 N..u' Ac. ii 1 ST.ATKOS. Nn.I N(, V.x. l. S . . V. M :i "(1 I'.M. V. V. p. . n I . I-v.'l olclo. Ar i in ;, ii , 4' n Mimliiitten .Ic. i i U i i M 1-I .... .V, 4 ji,' i .. ,; '.' ..Monroe .It'.. 1-' VI t I- ; . ... ..liini.li-e.. .. : 1 4 n I ;i - . . Mil.in 1' ll Pitt-ti. I1. . . II 4 :t Ai n A rlior.. 1 1 i a i ,ll.imlnirr . . In ,'.n j :i Suinnei, Mrs. John Dunla is on the sick list. Mis. Theodore Young, of Stanton, has been visiting her father, Henjaman Awry. Sumner turned out in mass on the 2Mb, to help dedicate the log cabin at Ithaca, and all went home well satis fied with what they haw and heard Langston. Mr. F. immediately got im :; II 1 ! II i - i M i : 4 i 1 a. 4 1 1 i'i i ; ! 4 :d I'i -2:, 4 .".J 1 " 4'. "t v. I! ;' ;i ". i' ii 4 '-! ; " l-' :i ."i i : r. i i '.''i 7 :M I i 17 7 4- I '.'I il "i i 7 ". 1 ,vi m. ; : i m. li .V H I i t 7 1 s 41 :i c7 7 ;i.V ii ihi ; :; i 7 4'. up a 4'. 7 .'. . 'J I" A V, s In ! I. 4 1.1 s l.i !i 41 4 5 ! ."il ,".i ti 4 4 ;u H 4 i III f, 4 .Vi s :.s in . r, u ,jt. i-i0iMint !l .Vi i C, 1 1. dui'. 1 4'. s 41 .. . Ca.lill n i i i llowi-il. . . Il ion ... . ..I itinui I. . . . ..Vernon . . . . .( 'oriiniiii... ...llii".i. . (iwoumi .le. .. . KlMt. .. .. Afhlev... .North Star. . . . It hum . . . . .St. I.onis. . . AI.M.V ... .I'nl.-vt llll. . 1'nrk iti-oti . Sh.). II M BAROSmS IN Detroit, Lansing & Northern li. It, I v, Tiiklnr effect July M, M.4T J MAIN LINK, (e iiiK W -t. St.iml.inl 'I imo. GoinirEast N..:i No.; Nol l hTA-no.Ns." No.4 Nii.S NVri j A.M. A.M. V. M A.M. 7. mJp.I . ' Mi ;,i.1 ....Detroit.... 11 .1.1 a 45 9 7 11 M in .1 I .Wei-t.lirir' lt. 11 4.1 3 46 9 I . ii In .V. .1 . .. Plymouth... II rj Z .vj 8 ! s ii ri lv, i ..Sontb I. von., le w 2 :ui k s i. i i. ,i, ....iioxm II... In H4 1 ni 7 Y !' " I I 7 V.i ,Tr.-iirnlifc.. t I- li w I ' .V 1 11 - M . .L.iriMnu.... u (m ii w e A i 1 I 4n s l.i North l.aiihinR m r,.i )i ; o I " i t v :n .Ionia 7 II tm I-' l,i 4 na in u's . (irei rn Ule... - o V 1-' il.1 4 ,V 11 l i .llowitnlcity. (4j ;w 'l!:.1' a.m. OltAMi UACII.S AMI SAGINAW LINE. i.v.. (ioiim l.nt. Ar.. ftolry Win i a.m. e. j 7 -'il 4 P S 4ii .1 .11 I ! i in in ".1. 7 ! !' .C 7 ;ni 11 a-, h II s 41' in ;i in. Having the largesi line ever in tlie market we propose to lead the trade in Hoots and Shoes for (Jents, Ladies, Misses and Ios, GENTS" FURNISHING- GOODS! Well I should think o; they are all tlie latest styles, neat and cheap, E. .L STARK. ...Jrnml HapMs... Ilcwiird City... IMniore ..Alma St. LouH l'niiij's . ..Siijfinnw t'ity... Kast SHiriiiuw. . ;a.m. r.i 11 Sirli) : 10 21 Ii.1 8 5" 8 41 7 41 7 a A.M. A.M. I', tt '.11 II (Kl 8 "m hi ' : Strayed or Stolen. i xyruims.Aiir. sAl.r;.--Default hnvinx i.een I..-H ,,.v ,.r. in.-.- last M !;,v nivht. i,.-! 1VA nia-le n,tV ,,.,. nent of eertHln inortir. .. ..... i ..... ,. i.. i , ,., i 1 1 .. in ii ur ii ei' I' ii ii ' I -. -ei i t-l 1 1 v Hiram II. WiN.'ii. ithi, lorn-tern or mtot teat i-'ii ot 1 1 1 s.un,-. It snl- !i( e limes o.n !i ot ( .Inf l.nive. i;ii..v (in. Monk m vn. 1 II ' i n 7 -r. , ! -7 I . 7 en 1 ' I : ,1a ' si-' a; r, 4: ' :i i-.' :i" i a. A. M. A M. 8 7 ; ii r, ;tn i Ml .1 M '. 41 1 . - 1 1 4! I s v: ii - .'Ml 1 7 :- n e.' ; 7 .::;;. 4 . 7 U " 17 1' ','1 A i .i .17:a : ..:.. .-. i r, ( ! a. l : ii. 4 ""' 4 4 ' ' 1 &i Al train il illy, except Sunday. Conn. etion;-T... l with nil line I I- nfintr; at Manhatten Junction with Whirl I I'f A l.i' ke l.i if ; at l.'xN ,lu net io.i with M. ., .nai..S. M. C ; at Monr.-e Junction Hlth A'lrl.in I'liiiM !i I,. S. M.S.: at Duti'l' Wth .M. Vo.. ait I.. S..V M. -: at Milan Junction n aii llutler llt i-iotl W i.tiii-n, St. I.. I'.; nt r.st-tl- ia w ith Vpil inti lr..n h I,. S. M. .; at Ann 'it. r with Si. 4' ; nt South I. von with D. I.. N., ii 'i I . I'. : nt Main lutv v. it h M. A. I ine li jsjon ii 'i .: at llow 11 w ith D L. .V.N.: out a writ of replevin and took the sheep ' L"?.'; ' ,;lh i, iV'1,, i t.. M? "! It is thoutrht thev were? driven nlT. ami t M. I.oum w ith D. I.. A N.. m.. S V. A St. I..: talk of Uismark, with the free trade j Let Woodward, of F.stella, has been v.i Ti ' H' Ml Vh'ttMM W"h tirivel of Thurman ami other Dcmoi arrested on the t barge of having done w, n. iir n tt, t len ih. k ir t g't crats. the deed. ii. w a.hm.kv ;e.i- 1 A.J. DtLoKM. Agent, AluiA. I nl t li' ill.-me of Alma, county of Gratiot, I st it.' of Mil hi.- in. to si run- a prt of the ju- h i-" pi n o ol tl e l.u.a h . "inatti r il. scrit i il, I to 'I'hoina- iJrover, of th- town-hip of An ,el a, !ountv iiii'l slat.- a toresiti.l. on the tri:ty i t mii th .1 iy of Apt II. lssi-. u., n -eopleil in the i . tf.'-o ot tin ltiu.st r ol Dei-iN f-r itnitiot : out ty, !n lilrnn. on the 7th ilav ot May, I ! ii t 7 o'clock a in . In lilcr .in, ot inortiravri-c, on j pa. e Hi" upon w Im h nioi tkriikre there is cl:iimel , in li- due at. I ut.paia at .Lite ot th' imtiee, tor ; priiu-ipal ami int. i est. the -mm of i ne iiiinlrel atel nine itoliai s ana sr i fity-f ci nt , Mi'".,.7 ' , j en. I no proei e.llnuH h u in li. i n taken to eo- e-t the -.-mil - o: any part i hereof, ( ither at law or in e.uiity. N'otiee N h.-reliv given, that, tiy vlituo of ' th- p.iwi i i t Hale in Midi mortiriiy.' u i en. .oul here will lie a Special public i'Ml in .nil t it m if i.i pin so, Hire of the t a tut ( il. Mich ease llnt'le tu t s liel at tlie M liool llo !- !M .mh .i, ;,,, p: n Hie. I, llieiv will tie Ho, nt pllt'lie line- Sept. .s ana LW. f-ss. comnien. iii I Mn at one t mil to tlie iiiw'Ik t tuU'ier. on the r,u any of o clock p. iii. tilt. i s i . nuow . r.oaru o. i ion. r. i'-s at i -iock, a. in. nt trie trout School I. a in im is of ( i i a I lot Co. ;:-.' w i o t he ( oui t house ii. the lllao of Ith- . ... nea. (iratlot county, Michfk'ati. thN Leiiii the pi, ice r hol'liiur the circuit court tor Haul To Rent. J utility, the pn iniM in nai'l tie rtirairia il- O...I,.-,, it,.,,,,. i, i,i.,...,itt. ..t,..! , se it., ,, or a niu.-h then-ol as shall he tiee- M it,,, .-..'a. in. Mi a i',!:itii. ,1 f , i r" 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 , i' u) t" -aii-l v the amount ilue on taM inort For S ile cr Trade. Forty acres of k'ool -tn l on S . tion I. in S'im nr i tow n-hip, i i nt iot o , Mih, c ntain- mira --iniill ii.;ie. i ni n ami trinmii . a woou w-,J, MHI.il' on luinl. I.s 'fell li in f ,1 an I a lllt.e o i r one hull eh an-'l. the n niauel' r cm en a w ith In cell iiml tmipie tin.!,, r For pa. t it ul u -inlilres- tne at .lnie ilie Mich 4-'.i-.lan. 1 '. V A. Lie-on. Teacher's Examination. There I Ten ITHACA 1IKANCM. I.v .'iotnu- North. Ar.. Going SoutJ A.M A M. . M. ( 41 i :n ...Ithaca.. I" I" 'i :'.-1 .-tlma.. I 7 d.1 . . .M. f.onis Connoctions. I Detroit-Can.-., la nl Toledo Div. .f th! M.( h tran ( entral U. H. ; Ureat WeHtern Dii (Jrana Trunk ICv. : Ciran,! Trunk it'x- iw-..? ami l h vclaml teatn Navigutlun 4 o.h 8uu f V.1": I'1-". ssh. re- A MkliiKan Southern Ify anasn estcrn li y. West Detroit- (iramlTnink U'-.; Lnke ShOi A Mn h.Sou. y. Plymouth Junction Flint & I'tre Marqucti South I.yon-Tolo.lo. Ann Arbor 4 Nort Mich. K v.: M. A. Div. of (J. T. 'y( MowcliJnnction-Tole.l.. .Ann AiLoriNort M.clnM-iin ICv. i l . ow I i i,rf Chicago Sc (JrBtidTrunk Ky. I.tiiiHiinr-Sag. Div. of M.C. It.lt.; LukoSh a iciiinii .-soiniicrri y Ionia-lef., (iriiml Haven i MilwRvtirp R iieeniV.il--Tolci,.4rin,v& MuskeiriMiM Last Saginaw Sai ;. Div. M. c. It.; Flint Pi re Man. in tte It y. Port Huron & Nnrthwe ra Ify.; Mitfin iw. Tuscoht Huron lfy (.rami i;a.,ls - ( hicao W(.t Mich. U for t. Joi ph. Ch.eiiio hii'1 the Went; (Jrn- liitpil.s Div. M.c.l'..: Kalamazoo Div. L S M. S., at lli i-lge turret. H. UMpi.l-Chic.ji,, A- West Mlchlgmi Iti ami it. It. A I. If v. Howard City (irand Itnn!diA- India ia It- f.-r Hiir Wapid-. Keed City Cadillac, TraveiTN City, pet i-key. Mackinaw. ,st. Iifnnce Mil ijuetteioi.i Lake Superior Point. J. 11. Mi -i.MKK.N-, en'l Manaifer. . C"KNTE. Trathc Mnn.Detrol in nera intticed Detroit. Mich hoi cistern, ir.iod e!l. etc. P.miuiif of Jamk.h A. Sit it. Alma. A rcarta E(-pullitin Caucus The Kejuiblican-s of Aread.i will meet in canciisat tlie Aiejel! Noii-e. in .!nia Saturday. Sept. Mb Is--, al ."! o'clock . til., lor tlie Jiiil'( se ol" electing dele gates to attend tbe Ib-jaiblii an ctn:t eon cut ion, to be !iei ,-1 Ith.ica . . : .au-e v ith eiirht per cent Interest and leva I eo-t, lni-i tl.i-l w ith an iltt"iney ti e of tlttien h. ia is f ..i i.i n is l,y hi at ute provided ; th.it I to snv the fi.linw it piece or parcel of land siiuated in the tow n-hip of Arcada, tjratiot county. Mich y.in. i.: Iwoi-; act e ot laud in the North-west cor ner of the .erth-we-t .U.iit.r o the North west ip-i 1 1 ti-r of Section i wo rZ) In twnshlp 1 1 1 1 ' 'i 1 1, ot I aim e I !ir e ill West, exclusive ol Mie I Ml I oecll' i liy ttie Drtioit l.tllisilig A NOtth- , .i r;iilroiid. tie-land conveyed ocinir twenty .'e i-o'N lontf e.i-t ai d w t and eighteen nnil i.-hnif Ms ,i p, Is wide north and nith nt 1-tll lsVs and for the .tllpose (d trans- I f I nf en land the ame width at the west acting any other b!i-,ines that ma proper' come In tore the caiicns. K. 1J. (inr.i'.s, Chaiinian. Call and see onr line of stov4- The Peiiiiisnlarcookinstoxes take the b ad. In 4oal or hcatcis we l.ae an i-ndless variety. Capli: Hall. id. Icssitie land i erupted liy the rnllrond, the ini.d occMpn-d l- the Hailroad nt cnev i I In inif in Hie foriii "f a Utrht Hntlf trlaiur'le in ti e riet,,.-d math w corner of the ;il,o e det ripl 'on. D.H.-d J lily li'.h. ss. Thomas (Iiuivtu. Mortgagee. John D, SriNMf.v. Attorney for Mortgagee:,. Real Estate iml Loan Agency. Do yon want to buy a farm? Do ou wish to sell your farm? Do you w ish to rent a bouse or bu a houe and lot? Dojouwishto buy or sell buildin lots? Do you want a loan? Have yon any accounts you wai collected? If so, applyto Woodward $ Evcidei riteo Hive" Illock) Alma. - Mich. ! 1!