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   St Joseph Herald (Newspaper) - May 22, 1869, Saint Joseph, Michigan                               St. Joseph Herald. rt BlKHKti EVERT MORNING AT St. BY HORACE W. In Advance. OFFICE IN HBBAID FOOT OF STATE STKKET. H z O St. O JJ E PllOPlUETOR. HaTlng largoH Incresed tlic accommodations of the Above 'hie tlie Proprit tor leave to ajsuro the Business Man or who ile- of Fpeliilinj- a few in Village that he cuu thorn ploimuitir tinJ better ai coui- than Houub in St Joseph rblrcm'ige Saint JL Proprietor. stiffs and to Paw and lutcrmtihitc points ST. 111 Michigan. Daniel Plurnley Proprie- tor Thia Hotel Is situated on Main eonveni- to the Steamboat and commands an ex- tensive view of Lake Michigan Stages leave this lloune d-uly for and South Bund. tri-weekly for Lawrence and Decotur no33 PIKE'S HOTEL. Th.s new hii been t'loroiif-hly furnished rtith a special care to the wants of a flrst house Those favoring as with their patloimge can dipend being fairly dealt with. 49yl. 11 H Propuctor RF. STRATTO1S Sur- geon llth Illinois Physician find and United Statci Etannning Surgrton for P aod Residence cornor of Pleas- ant anil Mam St. Mich ALEX. H PHYSICIAN AND Office over Springsteen a ST MICH. n. RICABY. Manufacturer and Wealer In Pure Domestic Wines and Ci- der iiinl Old' i Vinegar A of the publle pat- ronatrc is oolicitod. Benton MicU. ne35 WB. ATTORNEY AT LAW and Notary Public. Prompt atten- tion given to the Examination of nnil Conveyance of Real the Foreclos- ure of and the Collection of Soldiers' Bounty Money anJ Pensions. Office i.i Bank Buildings ot B C. Hoyt. St. Mich C. B. Solicitor St. Berrien Mich. Qfliie oiu i A I'otttrs atn et and Attorney Solicitor at MONEY BROKER. OFUCE IN MonmsoN s NEW BKICK Joseph. M' P.irtit.ul ir attention given Com P-MUICII iitul 'ei Bouutj an Pensions 4-4 GEO. S. Solicitor and PROCTOR St. en- Will prompt attention to all tnisli tl to his LTI .inJ will inut-tn c in the Suprnnifl in I in tin .it Courts of Hi Uin m mil lu the United Status Courxn of Mulligan uiul T11OJMAS LAKE SHORE NURSERY. Teai li Trees K anil Spe i Ijiko St Michigan St USS. 61tf OFFICK over Platt Coulson's Hardware Slyl Si. Michigan. D. B. Surveyor Real Michigan Every attention given to parties visiting tiie FruilBegion w ith a view of purchasing istf Pengelly I1OMEOPA Physicians Office in Atw 1 Door fforth of P O t.H 12 t to o V M till 8 o clock. MedlclilOH be consul tul at tin- OH from i'ppfed Olhti- n in tho A full supply of liumeoj'Ht DEXTAI. Dr. J. T. inform the citizens of St. an 1 VreittUy. he h-is located permanently in Uteir ciiulst is prepared to periorm all in his line of such as. filling. Cleaning or Extruding and afeo inserting Artificial on Vulcanite or Cheoplastie Teetli EstrAeted without by the of Anesthetic Agents. All Moderate Work Charges ST. JOSEPH HERALD. VOL. IV. SAINT MAY 1869. NO. 3. Rooms with in Jfor rtiofi'i State Stieet R. D. Physician Surgeon. OFUCE ON NOUTll SIDE OF PLEASANT Duur iuat ot old up fit Sltt JAMES of the Improved InvuMt or Vent'lating Ladies' Ornamental Hair AND LADIES' HAIR DRESSER. THE HIGHEST PEICE PAID FOR RAW 1JAIB. Rooms over Pointers Tonsorial Palace. SHOP MORRISON'S .BLOCK St Juno Leather and Findings I A COMI'I.BTE ASSORTMENT. AD The largest stock ever in St. Joseph. am J. A. CAN A VAN. rphe Ijae taktti out a II reuse Anc- tionoer anil jirepureil to attend to nil l.iwi- in that Hne wiia anil at roHKonuble J H. BIBD6KY. ft K. UINTON Oenoral Dealer Patent Riijht. Patent bought and gold or taken on Commiulon. Partuer wanted. 47 U B 8. St. Mieh Inquire al To enaLle any City or Vil- lage to pledge its aid iy loan or do- trt any Railroad Company now chartered or or that may be hereafter under and virtue of the laws of the State of in the constructionof its road SECTION 1. The People of the State of Michigan that it shall be lawful for any Township or city to pledge its aid to any railroad company now organized or that may hereafter he or- under and by virtue of the laws of the State of in the con- struction of its by loan or with or without for such sum not exceeding ten per centum ol the assessed valuation then last of the real and personal property in such township or as a majority of the electors of such township or city at a meeting or meetings called ior that purpose determine That the total amount of outstanding indebted exclusive of interest there- of any such township or incur- red for any and all shall not exceed ten per of the assessed val- uation of the same at any one time That the exclusive of interest which shall become due or collectable in any one shall not exceed two per centum of the as- sessed valuation of such township or at the time of issuing the And provided That the total amount which the city of Detroit may raise for such purposes shall no'u exceed five per centum of the assessed valuation of the real and personal property of baid city SLC 2. It shall be the duty of the supervisor of any and the mayor of any to call a meeting or of the electors of their respec- tive township or city whenever a rr- quest in writing to do so shall be made by thirty tax paying of such township or and to give public notice at least twenty days pre- vious to holding such by post- ing the same in not less than five of the most public places in such township or and by the aJvertisement of the same in some newspaper published in the county wherein such township or city shall be In the case of cities or townships in which a daily or weekly newspaper shall be such publication shall be made in such at least once in each week for three successive weeks next pre- vious to the holding of such meeting In the case of the city of such notice shall be pub- lished in at least three daily newspapers for ten consecutive days previous to the holding of such meeting. Such request and notice shall specify the amount of the rate of the time of payment and manner of execu- ting the and other particulars in regaid to such aid not otherwise provi- ded herein And provided further. That no town- ship or city the provision of this hold more than two meet- i'lgs in any one unless a majority of the tax-paying electors of such city or township shall sign such request ia wilting thcicfor. SLC 3. At such meeting or meetings the city or ward inspectors of election shall aet as inspectors of elec- tion. The electors shall vote by ballot to contain the words to or to as the case may and shall be subject to challenge as at other township or city and the proceedings at such meetings to be held under the provisions of this in case of be so far as they may be by the general laws of this relating to township elec- and in the case of cities by the laws regulating their respective municipal and illegal and fraudulent voting shall be punishable in the same manner and to the same extent as at other township or city elections. A copy of the and also of the no- tice required by the provisions of sec- tion two of this shall be entered at large upon the records of the township or together with a statement of the result and other essential and a certified copy of such record shall be in all courts and prima facia. evidence of the facts therein set forth. SEC. 4. Any township or city that may avail itself of the benefits of this act by voting aid to any railroad com- as provided within sixty days after the question of aid is determined by a vote of the electors of such township or as provided in section three of this issue its cou- pon bonds for the amount so determined to be which bonds shall be ia sums of not less than one hundred dollars and not more than one thousand dollars and shall be pay- able at any time as determined upon by the electors of such township or not exceeding twenty years from the date thereof. Such bonds shall bear interest at a rate of not exceeding ten per per and shall have attached thereto the necessa- ry and usual interest corres ponding iu dates and numbers with the bonds to which they are which shall be signed by writte n signatures by the same person or persons execu- ting such bonds. Such bonds if issued by a be executed by the mayor and clerk or recorder as the case may under the seal of said and if issued by a they shall be executed by the Supervisor and clerk and if any city or town- ship issuing such bonds shall have a seal tbo same shall be impressed upon each of such bonds. The bonds and coupons attached shall be payable at the office of the treasurer of the county in which such township or city may bituutc. SEC. 5. Whenever any such bonds as provided by the provisions of this act shall have been issued as therein speci- the same shall be delivered by the persons or officers having charge of the same to the Treasurer of tbi State who shall give a receipt t and hold the same as municipality issuing the san the Railroad Company for w were and to be dinj said Treasurer in discharge of his trust as hereinafter provided. SEC. 6. Upon the receipt of any such bonds from any township or in aid of any such railroad the Treas- urer of this State shall immediately reg- ister or record the same in a book or books to be kept by him for that in his which record shall show the date and number of each the rate of interest which it by what township or city to the benefit of what railroad company the same are and the time when which record shall be always open for the inspection of any citizen of this or other interested person. Such bonds shall be safely kept by said for the benefit of the parties and be disposed of by him in the following manner That is to whenever any railroad in aid oi which any of such bonds may have been shall present to said treasurer a certificate from the Gover- nor of State that such railroad com- pany has in all respects complied with tha provisions of this and is thereby entiled to any of such the or such of said bonds as said company shall be entitled to shall be de- livered to said the Treasurer first cutting there canceling and returning to the the part due coupons. The treasurer shall en- dorse upon each of said bonds the date of such delivery and to whom the same were and the same shall draw interest only from the time when so de- livered and the treasurer shall notify the clerk of the township or recorder or clerk of the city issuing the same of the date of the delivery of its bonds to such railroad company. The railroad company so receiving such bonds shall pay the State Treasurer one-tenth of one per centum of the par value of all such bonds so which shall be re- ceived by him in full payment of all fees and charges for the record- endorsing and delivery of said which money shall be paid into the State Treasury. And ia case any bond so delivered to said treasurer by any such township or city shall within three years from the time when the same were received by be de- in compliance with the terms of this the same shall be canceled by said and returned to the proper officers of the township or city issuing the same. SEC 7. In case any city or township issuing bonds as heretofore provided in this shall fail to pay the bonds or the interest or to deposit with the Treasurer of the county in which such tewnship or city is a suffi- cient sum of money to pay the bonds or the which it may have issued as which may then be as by the terms of said bonds or the county treasurer of such county shall certify the same to the clerk of the board of supervisors of such or in case of the city of to the assessor stating the amount and unpaid by such township or where- upon the board of supervisors of such or such as the case may shall cause the same to be levied and collected from such township or with other county or city and in like adding to the amount interest at the rate specified in said for one and the same shall be paid to the county treasurer by the treasurer of such town- ship or city and upon the receipt of such the county treasurer shall pay to the holders thereof the principal or interest for which such money may have been with the interest and cancel and return such bonds or coupons to the township or city to which the same may belong. SEC. 8. In case any township or aity shall avail itself of the benefits of this by the issue of bonds or other evi- dence of in aid of any railroad company as by this act such township or city each by its proper after receiving the notice as herein from the State of the delivery of its bonds to tho proper railroad so long as such bonds or other evidence of debt re- main assess and collect upon the taxable property of such township or a sufficient sum of money to pay all bonds or interest upon the either the bonds or interest thereon shall become due and the full faith and credit of any township or city so issuing any such bonds or other evidence of debt is hereby pledged for the full pay- ment of both principal and interest thereon and the same are -made here- valid and legal charge upon the tax- able property of the township or city issuing the same. SEC. 9. No such bonds or other evi- dence of indebtedness shall be delivered to such company until it shall have com- plied with the conditions and completed its road-bed and ironed its road with the usual or such other rail as may be used by first class rail- through the municipality issuing the or to the termination if such road shall terminate therein nor until said company shall have com- pleted their road as through said or from the termina- tion of said road if it terminates there- to some connecting line of railroad duly completed and in full or to the initial or starting point of such road. And in ease such bonds shall have been issued by a municipality not upon the line of such the same shall not be delivered until said road shall be completed and as afore- through the municipality adjoin- ing that in the case of the voting of aid by any township or located six miles or more from any six miles from such terminus or point of intersection. SEC. 10. The provisions of this act are hereby extended so as to authorize any incorporated village to vote aid to the in the and subject to the conditions and provisions of this act in relation to cities. In ease any township has not voted such any village formed in whole or in part from such township may vote such and when any such village has voted such it shall not be liable to a further tax for that purpose by a vote of the and it shall be the duty of the President of any village to call a meet- ing or of the electors of his village as provided in section number two of this act for cities and townships. The bonds contemplated in this if issued by a shall be executed by the president and clerk or recorder as the case may as provided for cities and townships in section num- ber four of this That whenever a village has not voted aid to the full extent of the provisions of this a further aid by township or village may be granted to an amount equal to the difference between the aid already granted and the full amount permitted by the provisions of this act. SEC. 11. This act shall take immedi- ate effect. Approved March OHN MARTIN'S STOKE. South Side of Ship ST. JOSEPH. MICHIGAN. State and Main Having removed into my New Brick I shall beep const an tan tly oo hand the most Complete Stock of Fancy and Staple Dry Goods BOOTS HI-A.TS WOOLEN GOODS Etc My constantly increasing business fully assures me that the CASH feature of my business is duly appreciated That there are great advantages in the CASH to both buyer and seller can not be ques- tioned Parties buying their Goods upon a CASH basis pay no more for their Goods than they ought as no Extra Percentage Is charged to cover bad debts. I shall strictly adhere to this and buyers will consult their own interests by examining my STOCK AND before making theii Purchases. JOHN MARTIN. The THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED To ft Stone AND FOB SALE by Williams on Cor- poration foot of State St. Mich. 51tf part of said no such bonds shall be delivered until at least twenty miles of said road-bed and railroad shall have been completed and as from the terminus of said railroad nearest to such aiding city or And provided furt That in the case of the termination of said or the making of such eross- tion of another railroad of any such IN ST.JOSEPH. Will commence their annual Redaction Sales on Monday and continue until the present Large Stock ia disposed of. In order to make room for the NEW STYLES of Spring Goods When by arrangements now being made we shall be able to offer goods at Wholesale Retail FRICES. Families or individuals joining to- can avail themselves of the benefit of Wholesale upon the principle the Lirger the Quantity the CHEAPER the GOODS. I Can and Will Sell Cheaper than any BOOT SHOE Ia Berrien County. I Mean What I Oall and Try REMEMBER THE PLACE Morri- TO THE SUPERVISOR Of the Township of Lake tiie County of State of JUtcfagan. Tho undersigned tax-pnyinfc electors 01 tho Town- ship of Lake in said county of .tfurrien hereby request you to a meeting of the electoia ot Haiti Town- to takn action under an act entitled Act to enable any City or Village to pledge its aid by loan or to any Railroad Company now chartered or or that may hoi cut tor be or- g cd undfr ntirf bj virtue of the of the State of in the construction ot its approved at which meeting the quuatiua to be submitted phalt First. Shall the Towtwhip of Lake raise the anm of Thirteen thousand and five hunched dollars to aid in the construction of the Chicago and Michigan Lake Shore Kail road as a donation to the Chicago and Michigan Lake Shore IU if road Company. Second. Shall the aforesaid eiim bo raised isen- mg bonds of said of denominations of not Jess than one hundred and not exceeding one thousand with mthreat coupons thereto the iiUcust of said bondtf to be ten per cen- per and payable annually on the first of of each j until the whole amount of bonds issued under the provisions of said act shall have been and the bonds to be so drnwn that the aloiepild principal sum ahull become and payable an One thousand dollars on the first ofTebru- one thousand dollars on the first monday of one thousand on the ftrsi in ond of one thoimnnd doll am on the first noonday of one thousand dol- lar H on first mendaj of one thousand dollnra on the flist monday of one ttiou- Bind dollars on the ftrbt monday of ouo thousand dollais on the first monday of one thousand dollars on the first monday Af Feb- i two thoUHiuid dollars on the flrst uiondav ol two thousand hundred dullaru on the monday of and the same to be deposited with the State Treasurer of the nafd fetato ot Michigan to be by him delivered to the Troafeiirprof said Itailroad Company when said Rail- toad uhall be completed through the Townslup Lake aforesaid as by the tvrma of said enui bonds to bo dated on ihtft daj of June 1809. Dared at L iKo Hathaway Haitian J M Win Ltdwig lliomas C M C O Wm G Hi in j John Michael tor Marcus Eiri IItrain OlmileH Juhn buw Peter I L Joel Itl ikciniui W L AMu eloik James II M Turner II C LiwU Daniel Stanudj James John Joshua bitten SPECIAL JTEETING. In pursuance of an art of the Lepmlatui i1 of the State ot eutUUd Au Act to enable any or illage to dgc itn aid loin or to am Railroad Company now chartered or or tiiittmxj IK re ittcr under and the laws oi the State Mn hig.in in the construction of iti rond npprcm d MIU rh 22 the Supervi- sor to call a meeting ol the on the iwjui'Mt in 1 dy heieby notice to thej-lL-ctors.'f the Township of in said of Hirrien anrl to all whom it may that a special meeting of said Towuship of Lake held the iMiulou School oil the rtiyni M u V nt huh time the to IK mbmitted .ind which will bu upon by ulec- tora of said Towiu-hip will be bh ill tin nrhip of Lake raise the fura of Thutotn hiiinlred to aid in tl o construction of tlie Clncogo and Michigan Short. K nlrjtul a donnti in to the Chicago u.nd Jficli- igtm Lake Slum Itailio dl onipmj Shall the aforesaid sum be raised by the bonda ot said Qf iJenominatioiiri not Jem th in one hundieddoll irs and not exceeding out thousand with intero-it coup ms thereto the in- Uicat on said boi dn to Un pei centum per annum and ible on ilit hint of iebruarj of eich 3 ear until tlu amount of bonds t-sm d un- der the of said let eltall been paid anil the bonds so di-av-n that the pnucijml tsuui shall due and payable as ioIIowB. on the Fmt mornl ty of Febrnirj 1870 on the first mnnclnv of FchiutiM 1S71 on the ftr-t the hrat niouday of on the first niouday of 1S74 on tin first monday of February 1875 on the first mouday of Felnuarv on the first meiiday ofFebrunty the fiist of Ftbrniirj fe2UOO on tlw Orst monday Februai v 1x79 on the brut motirtay oT rcbinary the said bonds to be posited with the State Treasurer of the B.ud buit'1 of to be him delivered to tbt Treasurer ot wnd It ml rood. when ftaid Kml- shall he through the sa.a Tow ush'p Lake as required bv Uie terms of Haul bonds to Lte dated on the ni at clay uf .June i860 Those who in the nffirmntne oti the alwvo -sole a ballot on which 19 written or pinited Aid to Kail and those in the vote a 1 allot on which is written oi piuv ted to Kail Dated at LaKt ulorebaid RAN KLIN L WESTOX Sttprn. tior oj Tuwiithip of TO TIIE SUPERVISOR Of the Townxhtp vf Clul aminff the County of JJci rim. State of Michigan. Tho urul'Tsigned tfix-naung electors ol the Township of Chikanung ni siirt of hereby riqxnM you to call a meeting of the electors ofs.ud to take action tinder an ait entitled Act to enable any Township City 01 ill'igt to pledge its aid bj lonn or don ition. Railroad Compan.v now chartered 01 or that may hereafter be. nn- doi jtntl by virtue tlte 1 iws of the btate of in tlie constiuction of its approved Murrh at which meeting the question to bo mibmittul shall be Shall tho of Chikammg raise the sum of Elei Thousand ami Five Hundred dollars to uid in the constitution of the Chicago and Michnran Lnkefchore Kailroud as a donation to the Chicago and MiUugnn Luke ll.nhoad Company fc-hall the itortHiid sum bo msed the bonds ol saul Tow of denominations i f not lias th.m one handled und not exceeding one thousand doll w ith mtt rent coupons then to the inteiettt of bonds to be ten per pei an- and annually on the first Monday ol Febrnlly of each until tho whole amount ofbonds lulled under the JHOMSH nd ol act shall have been paid and the bonds lobe BO drawn that the afoicsaid pnncipal sum shall become due and payable as follow H flOOO on the first ij ot tlOrtC on the first of Fc-hrmirv the first Mondiu on thortist Monday nt February 167 i on the hist Monday of Fsbrnaiy on the fliit Monuay of Febmaiy JlOOOon the first Mondnj of February on the flrst Monday of tebrnary on the first Monday ol February Ih78 ilOOU on the first Monday of February on the first Monday of 18SO. and tlie sumo to bo posited with the State Troas- mer of the said State of to be by him erod to the Treosuiii of said Kailroad Company when ud Railroad shall be completed through the Tow uahip ot Chtkaming aforesaid and to tlie viliagi of Now Buf- falo requiiiKi by the terms of said ujid bouda to dated on tin tli-tdii .if Juno at Chile lining nfoipxaiil 27 1S89 J W Wilkinson. W illi un Fwliaj Arnos Rob- eit Fletchei. John F N G C II. nj. HJj Loihf Pntiiik .limes A Ji ink Kobei Vnckai-d Qeo. Ch Ch.u Ics C George M' Cobb. J 4. A K Michael Deaiiy.CharlesM. Mt- Anthony McCarten Edward James II Spanlding Nelhon K Myers A LBM Edmund Daniel W. John Veke- Chailes W J.tinea A Leroy F. SPECIAL TOWNSHIP MEETING. Tn pniBuiTice of an act of the Legislature ot the State of entitled Act to tnable any Township C ity 01 Villngc to its aid by loan or to any Kailroau Comiivny now charte-ed or or that may hercattci bp 01 g under and by virtue ol the laws of the State of iu tliecousti action ol its appioved leiiiiirmg the Snnei vi- sor to call a meeting of the on tho request in writing of thuty tfix-jiaying 1 do heif give notice to the clei tors of the Township ot Clakammg in Baid county of LKUUII and to all whom it may cum that a spou il Township meeting of saul TomHiip o CJliikiMning will he laid at one of tho uim.il- pl.u en oi holding oln tuijis at w hat is called tlie Gieen lluuh hchool House ou the 'J4th d ly of May D at whieh time the questions to he and which will he voted upon liy tho electors of said will be as follow u First. Shall the Township of Chikaming raise the sum of Kleven Thons ind and Five Hundred to aid the coneti nction of tho Chicago and Michigan Lake Shore Kail i oad as a donation to the Chicago anii Michigan Lake Shore Hailroad Company Second Shall tho atoresaid sumbornisei the bonds ot said ot denominations not less than one hundred and not exceeding ono thous- and with interest coupons thereto attached the intei est on said bonds to be ten per centum per an- num und payable annually on the flrst Monday ot Feb- ruary of tacli ye.il until the whnle amount of bonds id- sued under the provisions of Pitd act shall have been and the aaid bonds no drawn that the principal sum shall become due anrt payable aa on the first Monday of February tlOOO on tho flrst Monday of February on tho flrst Monday ot February flOOO on the Monday of Febru iry on the flrst Monday o Vebruary ou tlie first Monday of February oue thousand dollars on the first Monday of Febru- ary one thousand dollara on tlie first Monday o February ono thousand dollars on tiio flrst Monday ot February one thousand dollars on the flrst MOD day of February one thousand and five hundrec dollars on the first Monday of February the said to be deposited with the State Treasurer of the State of to bo by him delivered to the Treasurer of said Hailroad when said Rail road shall be completed through the Township of Chik aniiug aforesaid and to the village of New as quired by the terms of said Baid bonds to be dated on the flrst day of June 1869. Thaw who rote iu the affirmative on the above will vote a on which Is written or printed to Rail and those In the negative will vote a on which is written or prin to Kail Dated at Chikaiumg uforwald April 28 1860. nftlif Totmship W. 1'LUMU W. PLUMB lave juet opened a New and Frist-Claai CS-roeery OK MAIN ST. Where can be Lad Etc. Also a Choice Stock Candy Which we invite people of Si. Joseph and to CALL and EXAMINE. 49 DRUG BILLS WEBSTER In Krieger's New Brick South Side of Ship Slrert. DEALERS IN BURNING PAINTERS ART. WINIIUW E1C Pure and Liquors tor Medical pur- poses. Also the leading Patent lledl- cines. Prescriptions carefully jjut up by DH. WEBSTER wlio has had 16 ex- perience as a Physician. 37vl Office of North-western Fertilizing Corner of Lake La Sail- III. Tins Compmv having the control of an smiiint of and MI arc prepared t i ulfir to Aiincnltm a bundled tons of the M natiittoncd Ihc fct lud dd of artu le is UAH BONK -I'l'tU VJ I OK UMB CHICAl.O BLOOD C L MILLS BUNT DT MfctT AND BONE Those wishing to TKST thcsr are notified r oi it will bo impukMl lu to ipplj them promptU FOR SITE rr 48w9 J b. St Mich. MICHIGAN CENTRAL R. BENTON HARBOR ADS. 15 W P3 H J Spring Jirangment for Trains on tlie Michigan Central lUilrbad Nlleiu follon- TBMSS EASTWAHIK Pacinc 69 P H Mail Kveniag Night Express Stock HllKI 1.1110 ExptL Way S 05 A M 11 26 A. M 7 55 P. M VI 45 A M. no P M. A M 10 40 P. II Accommodation fl 58 A M 43 I' M Day Express................... 4 10 P M Evening 2 40 A M Night 6 16 A. M Bluo 45 A M TbronKh Fioiprht.................... 2 66 P. M Way VivlKlit..................... 115 r M 1869. H. STOUAOE Forwarding Shipping Railroad St. oo DEALER JX AND RAILROAD TIES. .16 XT FOR Goodrich's Daily Line of Steamers FOR Line f'OJt Grand Haven and South Pier Port Sheldon and Holland. 4'Jif Transportation IN NEW QUARTERS MAM1 Corner of State Ship Next Door to Ceatral Meat Market. Satisfaction Long practice IB hta buulnoRs him in assuring hit CuHtoniem and the public that for nentaMs his work socond to noni- In Berrien STEAMEE COMET N. W MASTER. run tljis Season between CUICACiO ST. J.F1MNG AS FOLLOWS CHIC too Goodm li s Dm k Mornmp it 10 o cloik Sun 1 U u itunlin b U o v.loi.k at fcr V II cTery Evening tfULlotk sifill v i i d 4Stf Line.' 1869. 1869. PROP. FAVORITE. The Staunch reliable a 1 Propeller will during the season of nav- igation will make Tu-Weekly trips BtTWEES ST. JOSEPH BENTON HARBOR. The patronage of the public is solicited. Fon FUEIGHT 011 PASSAGE Apply to J. E. T WAIU.HN N. Benton D. Chicago. Or to Captain or Clerk on Board. J. E. STEVENS. St. March 1S69. 45tf St. JTosepli and IViles TRI WEEKLY PACKET. Prop. King Bro's 1869. 18C9. M. DE Master. Will run the coming Season between St. Joseph and for ngers and counnen- cing March ISti'J Leave St. and AT A. Leayea Nilcs and AT A. For further P.uticulars Inquire of J. S. L. K John Berrien Springs Wairen St. Joseph. 41m3 M. DE PUY. J EWELKKY JEWELRY The undersign hag j nxt nnltvcd tho largest btot k of St. Joseph Herald. SIMCK I w 2 'w I 8 4 w S in I I J II i'55'.l I'go'iTTiTiTbo H oo Tf 60 Wl I T f 1 wl'lpl 00 10 00 IJBOOjw OO colTj 4 00 I ftp 8 50 S 12 50 S CO jo otrnrWI 10 1.1 oo oiiyis uo An KINDS JOB PHOMTIM Fi-ciTSiATi r ik tATun STTUM or POKMOM VDTBMjBiSrHTjmiwt be arroJApanUd by to Insi'f e SILVER AND Musical and SHEET Ever brought to this Rnd at Priciw that DEFY COMPETITION. American and Foreign of all grades. of all patterns and Prices. Silver and Plated- of all atjles. CORffEK OFSTA TB PLKASAXT ST. MlClf. Kf Bverythlug usually In a KIrut Clan Jew- el ry Store. Cull and examine my Stock and mukiug your VriLLIAM RICABY. June 1868 STEWART'S HARDWIRE St. IMEicli. Shelf Heavy STOVES Rt May FOR DUNCAN OLDEST GROCERYSTAli ST. JOSEPH. Don't pass me by. Come in an.l Sec I have got one of tiie Largest and Best Ptncks of Groceries in My Ptock Consists of MOE.ASSES. ana Siher Gallon. Raisins and Pepper find Cinnamon Ground aed in the bark. A general assortment of Perfumerj and Toilet I.ird and Fine-cut Chewing and Smoking Best Timothy and Clover Seed Fretli Cove Oy tiers. Canned frutte of til Cod fish and Mackerel. White by I be kit and 1-1 bbl. Condensed Milk. I'rcih To- matoes In put. up by injaelf. Green Corn and Cireen Peas in Cans. CORN AND kept Constantly on hand. WANTED 500 bushels of for which tlic Highest Market Price will be jmirl. R. D. MUSIC AST. St J.m lsf.9 Meat JHarket Tie Subscriber has purchased the OEM TEAL MEAT MAEKET. IN ST. Ar.d will continue to supply the Public with all sort-j of at RZASOXABLE RATES. Every kind of MEAT to be found in thi. always KEPT ON HAND. The Highest Cash Prices Paid for FAT HOGS. ___ The Patronage of tlie Public it Invited. JOIIX F. M. THOMPSON. St. Oct. W6S. BARGAINS IN BOOTS AND SHOES AT A. L. OS SHIP ST. JOSEPH. The undersigned has moved bis Large Stock of BOOTS Preston's building One Door Eatl of the Brick Shy Where he will be ready to FURNISH With aDjtbing in I ha Boot Shoe AT GREATER BARGAINS Than any other Establishment in B rien County. 84tf A. L. POTTER Tavern Stand For Sale. well known Tavorti Stand In the known IM the n distant Irom fot. buloaginu to Ilia the late Ollson offered for AT A BARGAIN I Tho fftand IB a good nnil the Home till necuBtmry witli large room fur Price ami iuqulco nt tliu 1'orkiul II St. Dec.   

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