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Hillsdale Daily Standard (Newspaper) - August 22, 1876, Hillsdale, Michigan Railroad time tables. The Standard. Lake Aff Osk Mich. i can j Kali Jackson a by. Wayne d. Of. I. Published tuesdays at Hillsdale Mich., by Al. B. Rowlson proprietor. Business notices. Local notices will be inserted under this head for ten cents per line where they go to for one woe Only grangers. Annual Hillsdale county palc. Lake 8hore a Mich. Sou. Office in Standard Roll Ding of so so a till the Orange picnic held on the fair grounds last saturday was in All re a Torlea a pay Waite court Kohm another lot of new books just put j in the circulating Library at the news i aspects one of the most enjoyable affairs trains will tsars Tbs stations named As follows Tea nth Khz to West. Station Toledo Mac Alfh Mich. By press a cum. Toledo. Hudson. Pittsford. Osseo. Hillsdale. Jonesville. Allen. Quincy. Archia Cage express �?T�?~8 4ftrii. To a. 10 41 a a. Koso 44 a a 11 15 44 11 25 44 111 4s 44 6 00 am 10 50 am 1&50 a a j 1 04 so 1 1 a a j tits 1 36 44 1 45 44 00 44 i 8 20 to trains going Rast. Stations. Mall. Ibex Presa mesh. A com Quincy. 2 00pm 6 30 Smallen. 2 1 44 6 46 44 Jonesville. 2 3� a a i 6 58 44 Hillsdale. 2 40 44 6 10 44 Osseo. 2 6 a a i 5 25 Pittsford. 3 00 44 0 36 44 Hudson. 3 15 44 i 66 44 a Toledo. 5 35 44 9 50 44 it Michigan accommodation going West connects with Kalamazoo and grand rapids train at White Pigeon. To mail and connect with trains terms of subscription. Invariably in Advance one copy i year by ,60. One copy i year by carrier2,00. It terms for advert Fng made known at the counting room of the office. Advertisements should be banded into the ice saturday mornings. 1 of a Bucu m Nna or Hillsdale Post office. I Tbs closing and arrival of Hall. Going ski St. War Aud through via. Lake Shore. Do do do Way and through via. D h. A i. Wheatland Babool pc he cd a wow we Mui in a tract i to aim Ranf got no vast. Way and through via. Lake Shore. Do do do Way and tit rough via. D. La. A i. Arrival. Closing. A. M r u. A. H. P. Ii. 6 45 s 03 1 35 2 25 2 00 9 but i 2 70 2 20 i 1 30 1 00 i depot. J of the season. To begin with the a a a Dirge of the j Kier of the. Muon., Nerer provided. To the bereaved of the Baw Beneo Lake a More love 1> for Pietu cing Orre Cre i easter Angust let 1876 by wih i the lie grafted to the toeing Carleton for Gale by Benedict at the news . Will it Arleton a leu Book Young folks Centennial thyme for Bale at Tho i us ample news depot in Der Wood a Block. Lansing division. Trains will leave the stations named a follows going North. Stations. Jonesville. La Tell Fuleki. Homer. Condit. Albion. Eaton rapids. Lanai a. Pas nor freight. 45 a 7 1ft 44 stations. Log. Eaton rapids. A Albion. Condit. Homer. Litchfield. Jonesville. It. V. No. A at i a 45 a. In. Train on Lake Shore from West brings do botl1 easfprt1 in it Western malls. A Ains for Detroit at Adrian. Malls for both East Aud West close at 7 30 n. Rn., a Bot leaves mail going West Only at Jonesville Coldwater Burr Oak Sturgis White Pigeon Chicago Aud All Points beyond. Mall sent saturday night East and All Points West except Quincy and Allen. Mall for Cambria Mills sent every afternoon at 4 of clock closes 3 3ft arrive at la a. In. Each Day. Mall for South Jefferson Frontier Ransom an Amboy leave every wednesday and saturday j Al 7 of clock a. Ta., close 7 p. In the previous night received each tuesday and saturday at 7 o clock p. In. Mail for churches Corners and Wheatland Cen ter leave tuesdays and saturdays at p. In. I arrives at i rn., same Days. Post office opens at 7 0o a. In. And Cloaca at 9 00 n. In office not open on sunday As no malls Are received after saturday afternoon. Bandar night mall going oat closes at a . 2 20 pm 2 40 44 8 04 44 3 15 44 3 36 44 4 30 7 51 8 00 8 35 10 22 6 80 44 j pm going Soctom. Pas nor 9 00 am 9 45 44 10 34 44 10 45 44 10 54 44 11 1 44 u 5 44 freight. If you want a Fine photograph View taken of your residence store or place of business go to Carson amp Graham a they have As Fine a collection of views As can he made. There is a clearness about them Seldom 6een in photographs. The View of h. Waldron s vault in the cemetery cannot be surpassed. Get your residences photographed this Centennial year. If Yon done to believe it go and see Tho views Carson amp Graham Are taking and be convinced they cannot to beat. 8 30 pm 4 30 44 6 30 44 6 56 44 7 15 44 7a5 44 8 30 44 Detroit. Hillsdale a South Western r. Train will leave the station named a follow from and after april 16 the 1876 Westward train. Detroit. Ypsilanti. Harrison. Saline. Bridgewater. Manchester. Watkins. Brooklyn. Woodstock. Somerset. Soiu exact Centi ter orae. Worth Adams. Hillsdale. Bankers. Express. Mall. 6 00 m. 7kw a. 7 15 is 8 35 44 �?�7 26 44 8 64 44 7 46 fit 9 20 44 8 00 44 9 45 44 8 20 44 10 18 44 �?�1l32 f4 a left 40 44 8 5 44 11 12 44 �?�9 05 4 11 35 44 9 12 44 11 47 44 s �?�9 17 44 11 57 44 �?�9 25 44 12 12 r. U. 9 40 44 12 36 44 10 00 44 1 15 44 10 10 64 1 30 44 local news. Base Ball on the fair Gnu us tomorrow at 34 p. In. Postmaster. Business cards. Societies. Odd Fellows. Hillsdale Lodge no. It. I. O. O. F., meets at Odd Fellows Hall every thursday evening at 7 of clock. A. Ii. English n. U. C. Mansfield rec. Sec. I eastward trains. Bankers. Hillsdale. North Adams. Jerome. Somerset cent Somerset. Woodstock. Brooklyn. Watkins. Manchester., Bridgwater. Saline. Harrison a. A Ypsilanti. Detroit. Express. Mail. 6 00 a. Of. 2 30 p. 6 30 it it 2 40 44 7ff� to 8 00 44 7 26 a a 3 12 44 7 40 m 8 22 44 7 48 to 8 27 44 �?�8 00 it 8 35 44 8 22 to 3 48 4 8 48 of �?�4 04 44 9 15 to 4 18 �4 9 45 to 4 38 44 i 10 10 it 4 56 44 i 10 30 to �?�5 08 44 i 11 98 of 5 20 44 i 12 30 p. V. 6 96 p. Of. A starred trains Stop Only when passengers Are a thus Are run by Chicago time which is 2 minutes slower than Detroit and Cleveland time. Auti Ains run daily except sundays. connections made at Ypsilanti with m. C. For All Points East am West. At Manchester with Jackson Branch of l. S. S. At Hildale Witti l. S a 8. K. At Bankers w Ith it. We. A a a for Points North and South. Michigan Central Railroad. Main line. Trains going baht. Stations. A Mal. A Day. Kal. Tatlyan. Sex . Express inight sex Chicago. Or. Kensington. Lake. Mich. City. New Buffalo. Three Oak. Buchanan. Niles. Dowagiac. Decatur. Lawton. A m 5 00 6 40 6 40 7 3 7 65 8 0 8.48 9 02 27 9 52 1010 Kalamazoo. 10148 Galesburg. 11 12 Battle Creek. A �2 i Marshall 16 Albion i 1 14 Jackson. A. 2 09 Jackson or 2 1 grass Lake. M5 Chelsea fit Dexter. Ann Arbor. Ypsilanti. A m 9 of 9 45 10 20 11 00 11 20 11 32 pm ups Wayne june. G. T. June. Detroit. A. 3 25 3 52 4 15 4 45 6 30 5 45 1 36 Iii 8 55 3 16 3 55 4 00 5 15 5r9 5 45 6 10 6 25 p z 4 00 5 15 pm 9 00 4 40 5 57 44 9 43 5 30 6 43 44 10 25 6 30 t7 40 44 11 16 6 55 11 40 7 09 8 11 44 11 47 a m 7 50 12 20 8 20 8 55 44 12 35 8 491 01 9 151 25 9 36 10 10 10 26 44 2 30 a a a Tass. 11 09 44 9 16 11 36 44 3 47 a Jack 11 56 44 4 07 sex. 4 52 a m 12 40 am 7 00 1-2 40 4�?~ 4 56 7 80 5 23 7 566 50 8 136 08 8 36 2 00 44 6 28 6 55 2 20 44 6 48 9 23 2 40 44 7 08 10 00 3lft 4 7 45 10 15 3 30 4 8 00 trains going West. Stations. A mail. I i a m Detroit or. 7 00 g. T. June 7 15 Wayne june. J 7 57 Ypsilanti. 8 31 Ann Arbor. 8 56 Dexter 9 20 Chelsea 9 40 grass Lake. 10 03 . 10 40 Jackson. Or. 10 45 Albion. A Dav i a Jack teve�?Tng.tpa-. Sex i by. I express exp Marshall. Battle Creek. Galesburg. A Damazo. Lawton. Decatur. Dowagiac. Niles. Buchanan. Three Oak Buffalo. New Buffi Mich. City. I Ake. Kensington Chicago. A. I7 30 a sunday excepted 11 85 12 25 1 00 1 31 1012 2 36 2 52 3 16 8 40 3 59 4 28 4 13 5 10 5 48 6 15 a m 10 05 10 20 10 49 11 10 11 26 y m 12 32 12 37 1 14 1 64 2 17 80 3 4r2s 4 5ft 5.09 6 35 6 14 7 16 8 00 80 0 4 15 4 50 69 6 45 6 06 6 28 6 49 7 13 a Kwh. Acc. A m 4 00 4 41 6 00 5 26 6 10 6 26 70 4 7 21 Tow 8 36 9 35 10 20 Coo 6 15 6 47 7 12 7 45 8 10 8 28 6 55 9 25 9 30 10 26 10 58 11 37 a m 12 10 12 30 1 06 1 26 1 55 2 30 2 45 3 23 3 40 4 06 4 52 6 42 6 30 9 5 10 06 1c.-4s 11 14 11 30 a m 12 42 12 45 1 21 1 45 2 10 2 55 4 30 Rio 6 50 6 31 7 1 i 8 00 j saturday and sunday exly. La Henry c. Wentworth Chi a a h. B. Cepter. Tailed Yard Qeni a supt., Detroit. G. P. A t. A. It. Wayne Jackson a Sao. Nhy it Lum Between Michigan til South. Time card in effect july 1876. Trains run by Chicago time. A Ogino so Utu. Stations. Indian. Aug Ola expire Moil. Saginaw. 7 40 so. Lauding. Grand kaput. La 56 44 6 00 44 i 1 56 am. Detroit. 10 05 4 2 50 pm 6 46 a Jackson. 12 40 pm 6 00 a a Jonesville. 1 46 a 8 08 a a 7 56 44 banker. 2 <2 44 8 40 44 8 14 44 Reading. 2 15 44 9 05 4 8 .9 44 Angola. 3 07 a a 10 46 44 9 30 44 Waterloo. 3 42 44lo17 44 Auburn june. 3 58 4410 36 44 port Wayne. 4 50 4411 80 44 Indianapolis. 10 50 pm. 6 40 in Louisville. 8 30 am. 11 10 44 by. Louis. 8 10 a a. 8 00 a Cincinnati. 10 00 pm going South. Mrs i. A 8. Jack a station. J expire . Cincinnati. By. Louis. Louisville. 4 00 Indianapolis. 6.35 am. Fort Wayne. Auburn Jane. 10 36 4411 26 44waterloo. 11 44 a a. Angola. 12 45 pm 5 30 am Reading. Banker. 1 46 44 2 02 44 7 00 44 7 22 44 Jonesville. 2 20 44 7 55 44 Jackson. 3 35 44 9 35 44 Detroit. 6 25 44 12 06 pm grand rapids. 10 15 44 .5 20 44 Lansing. 6 05 44saginaw. 9 10 44mall. 7 30 a 4 25 in 5 20 a a t 37 44 6 15 44 7 34 44 7 48 44 6 08 44 0 20 44 3 30 an 6 30 44 All trains daily except sunday. Connections at Jackson close connections Ara made with Michigan Central Jackson Lansing Saginaw Gran River Valley and Michigan i or roads. At Jonesville with Lake Shore a Southern Railroad. _ _. At Bank Era with Detroit Hillsdale a Indiana Railroad. At Waterloo with Lake Shore a Michigan Southern air line. A Auburn Junction with Detroit eel River a Illinois and Baltimore a Ohio Railroad. At fort Wayne with Pittsburg fort Wayne a Chicago Toledo Wabash a Western fort Wayn a Cincinnati and Cincinnati Richawn a fort Wayne railroads. 8. K. P. B. Loomis Prest and gent manager. L Hoofer picket agent. Per Ilia Centennial. The Al Wayne Jackson amp a Giuva Railroad make be following Rales o fare to Philadelphia and new York to it return from Jonesville. To Philadelphia and return. To Mew York and return. .27 a. As 6 phom banker a. In to attorneys. A. No. John attorney at Law and solicitor in chancery. Office in Walt lean Quot a Block Hillsdale Mich. A Light Frost was visible to Early Money order . J risers yesterday morning aug. 21st. All cars on the excursion to put in Bay via Detroit on the 30th will be the Best coaches from Tho m. C. R., connected by air brokes. Dan. W. Cook Chauncey Ferris jr., and George Thompson three Young men of this City started for the Centennial yesterday morning. Done to fail to see the game o Ball Between the Hillsdale and Sturgis chips on the fair of rounds to Morrow wednesday afternoon at 3$ of clock. Rev. Harmon Bros of Crete Nebraska gave us a Call yesterday. Or. 13., was formerly u resident of Adams and Ono of the first graduates of the College. T. S. Montgomery Aud family of Bryan o., Are spending a few Days in this City their former Home. Or. J is agent for the l. S. Amp m. S. Railroad at it at that place. If you want an enjoyable trip to Putin Bay wait until Tho 30th. The most delightful scenery and time As Quick see letter from Watkins As to the truth of this. Rev. Or. Cole pastor of the m. A Church at Jonesville will address the citizens of the place on Tho subject of Temperance at Tho court House next sunday at half past Throe of clock p. In. Moses Kochenthal of the firm of Kychenthal bros., left Home for Tho Oast yesterday morning. A new Stock of fall Aud Winter clothing will soon be on hand at that establishment. E. L. A i. It. Koon attorneys and counsellors Al Caw. Office in Waldron Block Over the Post office. Hyk a l. Soon. M Art b. Roon A. Janes attorney and counsellor Law. Office Over Armstrong sic at Are store Union Block Hillsdale Mica. In. Hic i nay he scenery attorney at Law and solicitor As by any other route. In chancery. Omer with col e. J. March a Waldron Block Hillsdale Mick. Maiu Al. Ii 1.1,, Register of deeds for Hillsdale county Midi., having secured the service of competent men. Is prepared to furnish abstracts of title on Short Lotuce. Conveyancing promptly attended to. A office in the Conn House. E. J. Mari of attorney and counsellor at Law. Prosecuting attorney. Offset in Waldron a Block Over Wilson s Storo. April 1,1876.�?i or. Physicians. Do. Eked Eib i cd Wolf Gorman physician at surgeon late of new York City. Office at r. Of urls drug store. Residence col. Dickerson House Corner aia Nimr and Waldron Yta. Do. For. We. Dahlmann German physician amp surgeon. Residence Bacon Street l. A. A Al. S. Railroad. First House a Roab dec775 a. Wll Eean physician and surgeon. Office at Whelan amp drug store. Residence in Hillsdale Street near the Bridge. In. A. Eve Rex physician and surgeon. Office and residence on Broad St., two door a oath of the episcopal Church. Or. L. I. Hice botanic physician for Over 30 years a practitioner and experienced in diseases of this c miste. Office and residence of Corner of Manning and sooth streets near the Union school Alouso. 6jau75 Harris so Curtis homeopathic physicians Hillsdale Midi. H Harris residence Smiths hotel j. B. Carri residence Broad Street three doors South of episcopal Church. April j. 1676.�?tyr. Veterinary. Do. I. Be. Irving veterinary surgeon. Office at Smiths livery stages residence South tanning Street will attend All troies signal Calli promptly. Dentists. J. J. Clark. Surgeon dentist. Of face Over Marvin a store Corner Howell and Mccollum streets. Hinsdale Aitch. J. X. Creme dentist. Office Over Hammond s store. Hillsdale Micu. Or. J. C. Snyder surgeon dentist. Would respectfully announce to the Public that a has permanently local d at Hillsdale for the practice of dentistry. Al Cork and operations performed by him shall by one on term As reasonable the Quality Helm on shivered As at any other office in the country had As he is provided with ail the latest improve a Enis la the profession Aud uses Only the Ben Oater als he would invite ail who have not Bee United elsewhere to Calloo Lum As he guarantee do work done in a style of natural Beauty and perfection Only to be equated by the most Selen Itic in the profession. Filling Teeth he make pedal j and guarantees them permanent pres ration in Many instance where others Woald 1 join their patient to both the pain and loss of hese valuable organs. Extracting Teeth performed without pain. This statement is important to every person Laving Teeth extracted. Tooth crashes and Fowler of a Superior Quality constantly Ali Ildren Teeth generally neglected attended to to for put a but Tho baptists and methodists in Cahoot Tho baptists for deep water Aud Tho methodists for shallow All aboard Only two dollars for Tho round trip. Tuesday aug. 29th, is Tho Day. Those from this City who attended Tho Woodstock Camp mooting last sunday speak with Praise of the Relig tonn dec Wiota but u Auy complain Betterly of the result of overloading their stomachs with Woodstock Sweet apples remember that Tho excursion of Tho 33th, gives Tho finest trip Best boat 25 Milos delightful River scenery plenty of Timo at the Island to Bee All Points of interest. Tickets for Sale at Penfield Whipple a , Ellas amp Norris Sheldon a motto a skinners drug store and in All surrounding towns. The methodist Sabbath a Livols of Eaton rapids made an excursion visit to this City thursday last by special train. They were met at the depot by the methodist Sabbath school of this City Aud were escorted to the fair grounds preceded by Tho Eaton rapids baud where they enjoyed a Kapp Day. One of the most charming parties of the season was held on saturday evening at the residence of or. W. Stock on Broad Street. Their Large and line Lawn with an artistic summerhouse was thrown open a Well As their House to the guests. The croquet grounds were thoroughly enlightened As Well As the players. Refreshments dancing and games came in order and 12 of clock came before any one thought or hoped for it. A special train on the d. H. Amp s. W. Railroad took a Large crowd from this City to the Woodstock Camp meeting sunday last. When Camp meetings draw attendants from All classes of society who never think of attending divine service in churches they should receive encouragement that such people May enjoy the Blest lugs of hearing the gospel truth propounded if from hitting on a rail old logs treetops ac., As Well As those who occupy comfortable seats in comfortably louse.-, for worship every sunday. A Lillydale red Stock Ilia Aud Cambria Ray ated. La a game of base Ball on the fail grounds last saturday the red stockings of this City Defeated the Hay seeds of Cambria by a score of 41 toll. The Hay seeds played a very poor game. The red stockings played a very Good game their Only trouble is in their throwing they throw wild occasionally. Their base running was Fine. The score stands As follows sweating sons of the plow on that Day neither too cold or hot. Dry or Moi. Full preparation had been made the Day before by the committee of arrangements for a Large crowd. Aud the facilities afforded by the Secretary of the agricultural society made it appear More like a set feast than a Basket picnic. Of the 22 Granges in the county every one was More or less represented. Among the most prominent making conspicuous display of four and six horse teams with banners and streamers in the Breeze were Moscow j and Adums led by the North Adams Silver Hornet band South Jefferson Ransom Woodbridge and Cambria from the South Reading Aud Camden from the South Weet Allen Litchfield Scipio and Fayette from Tho North. A 1 Fine band of martial music was in attendance Bot to did not ascertain their location. At la of Olock the Groat mass had arrived. At 12 More than a thousand feet of table in the Grove and two Hundred feet in the dining Hall literally groaned under the weight of the Tho Good Tahiti pm Jutro Viji by Tho ladies of the county. A very noticeable feature of the entertainment was the mingling of patrons and those not patrons showing that the precepts taught within the Gates Are bearing fruits not inimical to the Good of society at Large. At 12 of clock the crowd was called to order by h. D. Pessell master of Pomona Grange no. To Nuder whose auspices the entertainment originated. A Blessing was pronounced by Rev. Or. Abbott of Woodbridge Grange after which the Good things so bountifully spread disappeared probably As fast As did Ever Tho Grain Aud vegetation of the Western territories before the Clouds of locusts annually visiting them. At i p. Rn., the exercises at the stand commenced. Order was called by master Pessell music by North Adams Cornet band prayer by chaplain a. B. Prentice of Cambria Grange music by glee club with Organ accompanying after which addresses were made. The first speaker was col. 3f. Holloway lecturer of Hillsdale county Pomona Grange. He spoke about forty minutes most earnestly in demonstrating that the Early initial movement of the Patronas of husbandry had been greatly misunderstood by the Community at Large Aud its influences and perpetuity underrated. That As the fruits of the Workings of the order began to crop out and develop before the world these prejudices were giving Way Sud its True Morit acknowledged a being a no of the great balance wheels in society which had become necessary to hold in Check Tho agrarian tendencies of the age. It was a Power to hold the rapacious hand of oppression in All the avenues of commercial life Ever ready to help in reforming the evils with which society is cursed and to build up and elevate the Standard of morals by encouraging the education of Tho masses by cultivating in our Homes the elements of purity and love by these sentiments on All around us. It was not Tho Mission or purpose of the patrons to arrogate to themselves All Tho Wisdom of the age but it was their privilege to spurn the idea of becoming Hewers of Wood Aud drawers of water to the capitalists Aud non producers of the world As the indications of the last few years were developing. It was Equality in the Exchange of products with the merchants Aud mechanics. Equality socially with the professional classes of society admitting no caste to be raised in front or allowing the charges of vice and sin to stain our garments in the rear. These principles patrons would contend for if need be through All time. The next speaker wok j. In a Alridge Cue of Tho Early pioneers of the town of Ransom but for the last two years 1 resident of storm Lake Northern Wheatland aug. Ii 1876. Without mentioning Worthing about the crops or wether i Witt proceed at once to Tell about a picnic that we attended last saturday. According to previous arrangements the teachers scholars and patrons of District nos. 8 and 9 met in the Grove on the farm of mrs. Haynes one and one half Miles East of Church a Corners for Tho purpose of having a sunday school picnic. The morning was somewhat Lowery and overhanging Clouds threatened rain but at about nine of clock the wind raised lifting the Clouds and a old bold put in a appearance that was both sultry and Sublime and soon dried Tho leaves and grass making the Shady Grove preferable to the open Fields and was soon alive with men women and children the latter making the Woods resound with laughter and shout until the preliminary arrangements had been made then they were called to order Aud literary exercises Ware announced. These were opened with music and prayer followed by recitations essays and declarations which deserved the Hearty applause that they at times received. The exercises listed nearly two boors doting with an essay by miss Mary e. Bacon teacher of District no. 9, and an address of miss Anni e. Wood teacher of District to. 8, both of which were Good and Well received. Dinner was next in order and old and Young seemed to be in order for dinner. After this came toasts which were responded to by quite a number. When the time came to go Home All seemed to think that they had spent not Only an enjoyable but a profitable Day. Much credit is Doe the teachers of these schools not Only for the masterly Way in which the exercises were conducted but Tho Enterprise itself is commendable and when teachers Are willing to embark in an undertaking of this kind that tends to keep up an interest in the school they should meet As no doubt these two did the approbation and Hearty co operation of the patrons and officers of the District. Exc Anitsa or bus a bleats to rat. Labial vim Bedrail. The excursion and Basket picnic Given note the Prtrt Fiigen of by Terian Church on of can 80th, by Detroit promises to be the excursion of the season. The train will leave Here at 5 30 a. Rn., reaching Detroit at to of clock it taking the b. Amp riot of of the Fin Stamen in Tike lakes enjoying a ride Down the Detroit River twee Jmc a Miles and thirty five Miles upon the Lake. This excursion will Ive time at the Day to boo All Points of interest and returning will leave Detroit at 8 p. In. Every person will i sore of a seat on the cars and May a certain the programme will be carried oat in fall Aud that the time will to made As Faro for Tho round trip 82.00 children under 12 years 81.00. Emt say j by joking Mil sit Gobtop emf Fiat next week tuesday. It will pay Don t delay no Matur a kit the fur it May rain and then no train will take the insane persons Wuu refrain i w sip finn a Little pleasure when they have Leisure Aud an Opportunity Preene dad by much Importunity by friends Sud neighbor w Hose Earnest labor Are put Forth to Jive the Worth of what they May get to pay a Church debt. Remaining uncalled for in the Post office in this City up to Date. Hillsdale Mich., aug. 22,1870. A valuable Rook. Do ii. St s. Aft. Excursion to Paula Bay. The following letter will explain itself there having been two excursions to put in Bay from Manchester the 16th and 17tb Manchester Mich., aug. 19, �?T76. E. N. Skinner Esq. Dear sir a your favor of Date received. The d. H. A s. W. Made from this place to put in Bay the shortest time on the 17th As against l. B. A m. S. Of the 16th gave the Best cars Aud bands a. A were while the Juja a m. S. Tretau Bednart of their passengers in Emigrant fits. Your truly. Jul. a. P history of the United states from the aboriginal time to the present Day. By John Clark Ridpath a. My professor of history and Belles Lettres Indiana Asbury University. 870 up. Royal Octavo. Illustrated w Ith maps Chart portraits and diagrams. 8old Only by subscription. Price $3.00 a Jones Brothers a co., Cincinnati Philadelphia and Chicago. Allen a. A Brown or. E. Chamberlain Lewis Corey Mim Mary Cook w. D. Dana Andrew Deal Marvin Dickerson. Fidel la Fowler Mist Nellie held Fob postage. I c. Howe Allen. Michigan. E. P. Heacock Toledo Ohio. J person calling lox Tho a Jovo will please say e. Van Valeen Burgh. P. Jones Horwoo Keo Dillu thou. Manola. George Miller mrs. Susan Reese. Henry Boll j. I. Squire mra. C. Thatcher. Samuel b. Wilcox. Or. Lydia special notices. Ayer s cathartic pills tor All Hie purposes of s family a Cost Veness is Sod for on Baw Beese Kaka disaster resold Lions or the i Tzun of cold a tor. The four Wing resolutions relating to the disaster at Baw Beneo Lake were passed at a meeting of the Baptist Church of Coldwater thursday even Anthor jul publisher have done. The country a great service in presenting such a work to its citizens one that will All our a Copie proper ideas of Tho growth and character of our nation and its free institutions. I from Tho first voyage of the North Smeu to the coasts of Labrador and Massachusetts to the opening of the i Centennial exposition at Philadelphia from the birth of Columbus to the admission of Colorado As the Centennial state the Stream of narration flows on in a smooth current with fitting comments Aud sufficient explanation every Page enlivened by Genius and glowing with an ardent patriotism. Perhaps oar readers will got a better tue islands of Lake Ebie by a e. Ecu Kuns m in the Maud of Erie arrayed to full dress. Enrose the Lake scene with a strange Loveli Dom. As gorgeously docked la by. Rudure Thoy lie in the soft Mellow Haze of a Bill Antron sky. No More Brilliant Cern though lauded they be Ever gleamed a mid the groups of old grecian sea. They Circle the storm Browing Gate of the wet. To soothe the a mad spirit of Erio to Rost and stud Titer Light form to the rage of Tho cts to shelter the storm tossed in Suc coring Loc or like sentinels seem to be pointing the Way to the bartering Anna of bold 4,. A a a a a of Island of Beauty on Erie a Broad breast. That smile in the Sunshine like havens of rest or. When the storm god in i Wrath wildly rave like Sisters of mercy Hodg Over the Waves Ever Bloom in your freshness As Lovely As now to on Szturo the Eye Aud make the he t glow school. Flat in Ebay Island pleasantly situated i Sweet a a put in Bay a a unequally for scenery none eau gain a a to each sex All Ages it offers a treat in pleasures Pursuit Obero strange phases Oft meet. No Lack of Oujo tent or comforts of Homo. But the Best of a Good things to All who May come and another Point still which gives no offence a you can make Tho Ruud trip at but Little expense two dollars will pay the Price tuesday. 20ib. H. Taylor Sisters Betsey Muster Sarsh Thornton Sud Mary Cunningham members of this Church Randall Blackman Libbie Cunningham Alice Hayes and Cora Thornton members of our Sabbath school Aud Mary Keely of the Catholic Church were drowned by the capsizing of a boat on Baw Beese Lake near Hillsdale Mich., while attending the Pio tiie of our Sabbath school. Aud whereas we realize that All words of oars fail to express the sorrow that burdens our hearts and while it has Oast a gloom Over oar entire Community it Falls with crashing weight upon us As a Church Aud Bab Bath so therefore resolved that though oppressed and burdened with grief we Vail not m armar knowing that he in whom we Trust does not willingly afflict his children but a doth Alf things Well a Aud that we Morrow not As those with out Hope believing that our friends who have been so suddenly taken from this life Are a not lost but gone before a to enjoy the presence of their Savior in heaven. Resolved that to extend to the bereaved families and friends our Christian sympathy in their sore affliction and commend Thorn to the mercy of a Loving Savior who is full of Comfort Aud Consolation. Resolved that As a Church we Are admonished to be More diligent and watchful for in such by hour As we think not the son of Man 00 me that we hereby express our gratitude to the citizens of Hinsdale and to the authorities Aud citizens of Coldwater for their generous Aid and sympathy and would especially remember win. P. Foot and wife of the Baw Beese Lake House w. W. Donaghy mrs j. H. Harrison mrs. Bates Sud others whose names Are unknown who rendered such efficient sad in the sad task of recovering and taking care of the bodies of the drowned. Resolved that copies of Tho foregoing resolutions to furnished the cold to Kant. The drab Brick cottage on Corner of Manning Aud Barry Street opposite Union school House. Rent $4.00 per week. Apply at the premises. Mas c. Fax kiss. Hillsdale aug. 31, Ista nods. The person who took my Cage and Bird from the Verandah of w. A Sheldon a Rosi Deuce on Mead Street saturday evening last will save trouble by returning the same. B. Ford. Hillsdale aug. 31. Ism ing aug. 10th 1876. W Here As Jin the inscrutable provi of rare ability displayed in the of our and. Work by Ping. Few water and Hillsdale i cation. Papers for Public on Hau l. I carefully Houghtby House. Cambria Hill Hill admin cm., Hick Geo. Houghtby proper. This Houie to entirely new with new Furui Are throughout aft or f mtr Aret Cia aces to a Uinn % the 4ih.<�?~i�ur Public. Comino iou Cample rooms for travelling agents. September 6, 1875 flags and banners. National and Campaign Al ugh Aud Bun Lierz. It re stockings. Verv i of Brightman. Cut Hgt a 1st Kjarran non til of. Juiet 2d a loll Usu n a Miller s a Smith r to total in hat seems. 6 Prentice i of Zion 21 0, Burna c of j. Luck. C. Twits 34 a Jennings poll. Fink s s. Jot isl a Smith r of 5 3 3 8 i 27 41 summary. I 8 # s 27 ii 8 9 4 2�?14 Trunx of Bises and prices Farobee a m must Arri sir Quot july so Isis. St innings i 9 8 4 s 6 7 red stockings�?4 3 o 8 2 7 8 to Hay seeds 2 1 2 2 1 0 4 0 Umpire a. To it rat Kaffir of the Hillsdale. Scorer a. J. Cutler. The red stockings expect to play a lie Light weights of Jonesville on the fair grounds to Day. I re in bar ii Erie aug and Courten i Ion. The Greenback advocates will meet i i this City next Friday the 25th, and it minute a ticket. S. Cary of Ohio id m. La. Field of Detroit Are advertised to address the meeting. Iowa. He is a member of the order. Approaching his three score years and ten he Bud heard of this gathering and by Corne impressed of a desire to be Here where to could behold Tho faces and pass the Friendly greeting with Many he had known in Days of a a and Lang syne a and above All to visit the tombs of the most of a Large and numerous family that he had reared in this county Aud Laid in the silent grave until the resurrection. He spoke of the order in that far off land its Prosperity Aud adversity. That when All its teachings were observed it was a great Blessing to those new settled districts in elevating the Standard of mor rain Aud imparting happiness to All around. The great adversity now resting upon Tho order in that Region was the annual visitation of the grass hop pers. This year they had come so late that they had Opportunity to secure a Fine Harvest of wheat Aud Bay. Aside from these two products they had cot off everything Aud left the land a Barren waste. The next speaker was the Hon. J. J. Woodman master of the state Grange a close thinker a logical Reasoner a sound legislator in years past and of Ripe experience in agricultural pursuits having followed the farm All his Days. For two hours he held his Large audience spell bound to the theme be so delights to dwell upon Viz the Grange work in All its bearings upon society. The fault finder could see at a glance that his complaint was but the outcropping from his own prejudiced mind. The Active worker in All things of Good repute Felt his hands strengthened his spirits enthused and ready to renew life a Battle. Even the listener of three score years whose every Day of life had battled against the rough Emory wheels of adversity and want picked up courage his Founte Zalce beaming with smiles that a bet tor future was approaching. Thus closed the pleasant three boars g Veu to addressing the 3,000 patrons Aud their friends of the county. After music by she baud the audience were entertained by listening to a Cen Lenuial ode by or. D. Beebe after j which adjournment was had and the line of match taken for Home. Hillsdale to Paula bar. Under the auspices of the methodist Aud Baptist churches of Hillsdale by the l. 8. Amp m. B. Railroad to Toledo and from thence by the new Palace Steamer chief Justice Waite to the Island tuesday August 29, 1876. Round trip tickets Only 82.00 children under 13 years of age Only one 81. Of. This will be the finest excursion of the season and no pains will be spared by the managers to make it enjoyable by All who shall attend in order that the poor As Well As Tbs Rich May have a Day of pleasure and enjoyment Tho Price for the round trip has been fixed at the exceedingly Low sum of 82.00 for adults Aud $1.00 for children under 13 years of age. All persons should Avail themselves of the Opportunity to visit the Beautiful Island of put a by the Eden of Lake Erie a favorite resort for excursion lists with its Fine bathing Beach Beautiful shades for picnics Large hotels caves museum and Fine vineyards. No More tickets will be sold than there Are seats to accommodate. A brass band will be engaged for the occasion. The excursion will leave Hillsdale at 5 45, a. Rn., arriving at put in Bay at 12 of Olock noon returning leave at 4, p. Rn., arriving Home at 10 30 p. M., giving about four hours on the Island. Tickets will be for Sale by the committee Aud at the store of Penfield Whipple a go., and variety store on College Hill and at Jonesville Litchfield Osseo Cambria Mills Pittsford and Hod. Son. The Sale of All tickets at All places except at Hillsdale will be closed aug. 28, at noon. A sufficient number of coaches will be kept locked to accommodate the holders of tickets at Osseo Pittsford and Hudson. A baggage oar will be attached to the train with a competent committee in charge. Label your baskets and they will be delivered at the Island without further everybody is cordially invited. Committee of. W. Lamport A. Janes j. L. Friable b. Ford l b. Card j. W. Winsor i. A. Wight Man Rev. A a Smith h. A Castle e. G. Reynolds a Rideout and w. Rims nil a Poston dispatch says Gould and have authorized a it in Julo Rudo to offer a Reward of 8 it too for Tim arrest and conviction of the kidnappers of judge Btu be. One of the largest if not the hugest rail shipment of wheat which Ever left Detroit wan made on saturday by m. Johnson amp cd. It consisted of to car loads per grand trunk railway Aud its ultimate destination is to Hope. Put in Bay derives its name from the fact that Commodore Perry put in Here with his Fleet just previous to and after the Battle of a Lake Erie a which virtually terminated the War with England. It was Here that Perry penned that significant dispatch to the government a we have met the enemy and they Are it is conceded to it be the loveliest Sheet of water on any of the Northern lakes. The Island surface extends Over 1,500 acres there Are about 800 inhabitants Sud it is characterized for its grape wine and fish exportation Bas two magnificent hotels and is dotted Over with residences of considerable architectural Merit presenting from the Bay a most imposing scene of neatness and healthful seclusion. You Oak Pat la there about noon tuesday the 29tb, very much As Commodore Perry did if yet it a tax enemy a however will not be there. Re sol it toils of condolence. Whereas to have heard with the deepest and Heartfelt sorrow of the death of our esteemed brother Edgar h. Tall Man who died in the far West. Resolved that in this dispensation of an All Wise Providence we see another evidence of the uncertainty of life in thus being called upon to mourn the death of a brother out Down in the vigor of life. Resolved that in the death of brother Tollman the fraternity of masons have lost a worthy and exemplary brother one filled with All the Virtues which go to make up perfect manhood. Resolved that we tender to the family and friends of the deceased ant Heartfelt sympathy and sorrow with a prayer that the great architect of the universe will watch Over and protect them. Resolved that a copy of the above resolutions is published in each of the City papers and a copy be sent to the family of the deceased. L. Penfield e. L. Koon Ira Carpenter committee. From comment of ours. As a specimen of Tho Zeal with which the author has sought to Clear up disputed Points Sud do Justice to even the minor characters of our history take the following upon Becco who led the patriotic rebellion against Berkeley the tyrannical Royal governor of Virginia a a Berkeley a vindictive passions were now let Loose upon the Defeated insurgents. Fines Aud confiscations became the order of the Day. The governor seemed determined to drown toe memory of his wrongs in the woes of his subjects. Twenty two of the loading patriots were seized and hanged with a is Roe in time to bid their friends Farewell. Thus died Thomas Hansford the first american who gave bus life for fro Odom. Thus perished Edmond cheesm amp a Thomas Wilford Sud the Noble William Drummond martyrs to Liberty. Nor is it certain when the vengeful tyrant would have stayed his hand had not the Assembly met and Passtn an edict that no More blood should to spilt for past offences. A the history of this insurrection was for a Long time recited by Bacons enemies. Until Tho presort Century no one appeared to Rescue the leaders name from obloquy. In the Light of after times his character will sumo with a Peculiar Lustre. His motives were As exalted As his life was pare Sud his Virtues us noted As his abilities Scro great. His ambition was for the Public welfare and his passions were Only excited against Tho enemies of Bis country. A Tho above is a Fine tribute to a Man Long misunderstood and an excellent character analysis. Hero is the whole history and character of one of our most noted Pio deers gathered from his Aud half a dozen other works but Coati on of to one Brief Pithy Para Gurphy a Tho new president though not yet thirty vicars of age was a Veteran in every kind of valuable human experience. Born an englishman trained As a Soldier in the wars of Holland a traveler in France Italy and Egypt again a Soldier a Hungary captured by Tho turks Aud sold As a slave sent from constantinople to a prison in the Crimea killing a taskmaster who beat him and then escaping through the Woods of Russia to Western Europe going with an army of adventurers against Morocco finally returning to England Aud joining the London company he was now called upon by the very enemies who had persecuted and ill treated him to Rescue them and their Colony from destruction. A strange Aud wonderful career John Smith was altogether the most noted Man in the Early history of where All is Good we hesitate to make comparisons. Nevertheless we venture to Point out what we consider certain special excellencies of this work. Among them Are 1st the Able presentation of the a the of Union sentiments among our Albers and the slow Bat steady Progress i Beal estate sales. The following Are the changes in real estate in Hillsdale county for the two weeks ending Angust 19th 1876 Chester Farmer to Isaac Owen Jot to City $14oo. Edward Phelps and William 8. Petti to Chester Farmer land in Hili Adale $14oo. Israel Bibb to Esther Smith a acre in Wheatland 1125. George a Rick to Emma a Rick 30 acre in Jefferson $50. Levi Fowler to Joseph Cooley. To acres in Woodbridge. La David of Are to Arrn it Dall. Reynolds is acre in Wright $500. Enos Blair to Orrin Blair 80 acres in Litchfield. 5. Nathaniel and William Affif car to Orris Blair 80 acre is jut Cybela plot Lyman p. Gillett to Chias l. Lse. To Wheatland $600. Edwin j. March to Rebecca f. Foreman. To in banker $1. Edwin j. March to John d. Barges lots in Bankers $1. Horace e. Banker to John d. Barge lot in banker $500. John Lee to China l. Lee. To acre Wheatland $335. John Moore to Orrin Blair 20 acres Litchfield. $600. J Harriett l. Bolster to Elizabeth e. Shepard lots in City $700. Adminis com Mission pet fixed probate court. Proceeding for the week ending August 19, 1876 Seth Haynes deceased. Administrator and Bond recharged. Pm ideas p Randolph deceased. Ira tors and Bond discharged. Warren Stevens deceased cry warrant sad report filed. Petition for final account filed. Hearing fixed for september 9th, 1876 at to of clock. Clara e. Spaulding a minor. Guardian Bood filed and approved. Letters issued to Mary banker. Davis j. Barkey deceased third animal account settled and allowed. Levi Hart deceased. Commissioner warrant and report flied. Fred. G. Foster Etah minor. Petition for appointment of guardian filed base Wallace deceased petition for License to sell real estate. Hearing fixed after Bent. 20th at to of clock. Anna Mulvina Smith deceased. Administrator Bond filed and approved. Letter issued to Al lobs Calkin. Oscar ii. Andrew deceased. Warrant and inventory filed. Elihu Farrell decease d. Petition for administration. Heart axed for september 13ih, 1876, at to of Elock. Daniel Nichols Dee affidavit of service who is Hall a minor. Guard inn Bond filed and approved. Latter issued to Henry be Wiliam Brad a deceased. Will had a feb petition for probate. Hearing fixed for sept. Lith at to o clock. It look a though Tho of the third regiment on grows Isle in g ung to Uke the Shine All out of Theotius two. From isolated colonies to a i United nation. 2nd. The analysis of character and motives Brief and simple but exceedingly Able which accompanies the history of Mon and parties. 3rd. The Liberal and Catholic spirit which pervades Hie entire work. Last Bat not least is the deeply philosophical Aud patriotic review with which he closes Tho work pointing out at once oar danger Aud our Hope. A the visions Aud dreams of the revolutionary patriots have been eclipsed by the Lustro of actual accomplishment. The territorial domains of the Republic enclose the grandest Belt of Forest Valley and Plain that the world has in it. Since the beginning of time no other people have possessed such a territory so Rich in resources so varied is products so magnificent in physical aspect. Boil and climate the distribution of Woods and Luskus Aud Rivers the interposition of Mountain ranges and the Fertility of Valley and prone Here contribute to give to Man a Many sided Aud powerful development. Here he finds Bays for his shipping Rivers for his steamers Fields for his plow Iron tor Hie forge Gold for his cupidity landscapes tor his Pencil Sunshine enough tor song Ana Snow enough for courage. Nor has the Anglo american failed to profit by the advantage of his surroundings. He has planted a free government on the larg eat end most Liberal scale known in history. He has espoused the cause of Liberty and right. He has fought like a hero for the Freedom sad Equality of All men. He has projected a civilization which though Mayst but dimly traced in outline is the fastest Aud grandest in the world. Better than All he believes in a times to Home. So Long As Man is anxious about the future the fat Ore is scours. Only when he Falls into apathy sleeps at his poet and cares no longer for the Morrow is the Merid in Dogger of release sad 4uw. Greet ability displayed in far our chief cd i ration while the the text Colla it is by no meaty the Only Merit of the Bock. Those i also an objective presentation of the subject by t epee of Chlorede chronological charts after the plan of prof. Lyman a popular work on Universal history whim show at a glance what Mea and events were 00-temporary. Upwards of fifty top graphical diagrams Abow the Vicinity it every Battay and important event Aud a series of excellently drawn and coloured maps Aln in Tbs political divisions of the Donn try. From time civil aaa Niaz Oncal Xue publishers have jn0m y of be Book Iliot rated the perfection to which the Art of Book metering has attained. It is an exceedingly Able and valuable work Sod should be red and by every citizen who would de of to e history Sod great of Hie new tailor establish i ent Fowler a did have opened amp tailor shop Over Hammon millinery store. Or. Did rank among the first Clos Cutter of Michl in sad by work entrusted to us will to done in a first Cia tis action guaranteed. Those wishing anything in our line we will be Happy to receive their patronage Aud will give satisfaction before leaving the shop. Fowler a Diel. . Notice to societies and others. Old will be received by the undersigned until thursday August 31 it 1876, for the to and privilege of running the dining Hall of the Hillsdale county agricultural society through the fair to be Beld october a 4, 5 and 6, 1876. The parties bidding will font it Ider that they have no exclusive privilege Only on regular set warn meal with refreshment t Tan de at each end of the Nail if they choose to open there they Lyell have the ask of All the furniture and fixture now connected with the Hall. The society will Reserve the right to admit lunch pea nut Candy and Cigar stand if they deem it advisable. No spirituous or malt liquors will be allowed on the ground. Sweet cider lemonade soda and pop Only admissible. Aug lw2 f. Holloway. Secretary. Fob Sale. The following articles two parlor Wood stoves nearly new. Due bedroom stove. Solid Oak Book Caso. Solid Walnut wardrobe. Enamelled bedroom set nine pieces. Child Short Bedstead with curled hair mattress. Zinc Bath tub Long. Fisher refrigerator wire Safe. Glo fruit jars. Jelly and Jam pot. Stone Jar and general Kitchen furniture. Enquire of mrs. C. Ferris agl5tf opposite Union school House. Special announcement. The attention of the Public is invited to the special inducement we Are prepared to offer to All in want of Al richly pure Aud reliable drugs Medicine. Chemical a. Our Stock is now Complete in All that properly belong to a for to ass drug store. Our purchases have been made with pc Cal reference to strict purity Aud reliability Aud that our Stock should be Freeh and genuine. We have alway regarded it the first importance to be assured that our drugs and medicines were beyond question pure Aud genuine. No imitation adulterated or impure drugs kept tor Sale. Customer can therefore rely upon procuring pure and reliable Medicine. Special Low prices in paint oils varnishes ae., All of which Are of pure Aud reliable Quality. Window Glass a specially All Bize in Stock and prices the very lowest. Deco sundries. Our Stock of brushes. Comb perfume. Toilet article ac., embraces both foreign and Domestic manuf Calvre. The Stock i very Large and Price will be satisfactory to All who wish reliable Good. Soaps soaps soaps the Large flooding of the country with cheap Aud impure map Juet Ifie our calling your special attention to our line of pure toilet soap. They will be found More economical and Eatie factory a Well a More salutary to the Akin than the cheap adulterated soap. Dye colors and Dye-8tuffs. A full Stock of the very Best Quality pure and warranted to give satisfaction. B. Curtis fcb39 Hillsdale Hico. For Sale. Cooper shop Fob Sale or rent at Jerome station Hillsdale county. Jerome i one of the Best location for the manufacture of barrel in the county. C. L. 34. Andrews Jerome aug. I 1870. Augl-4w farm Fob Sale. A farm of too acres three and a half mile East of Hillsdale City known As the Tamer and Underwood farm. The farm has Good bonding Aud Well watered Orchards a. For sole or Exchange for a smaller place or for City property. Apply to the snb8criber, on the premise. Adams aug. I 1876. Norman Rector. Houses and lots for Sale and to rent. A number of House for Sale on favourable terms. Also hons. Tea Ain cubs Aud room to rent on College Hill. Apply to j. W. Winsor. An96yl Hillsdale Stool Leger Hui markets. Corrected every monday by Ells a norms. Dealers in groceries and provisions. Flo to red we Kat extra White. Wheat. No. I White. Wheat no. I White. Wheat Amber a a a a a a wheat Amber no. 9 woo h Iliad alb aug. Ii 1876 Ubay j of. <4 6 of by . A an. Otey seed. Clover 81 Ooi a so Beans. Potatoes sew. Pork Breese ii. Pork. I Jfe. Al i tar. Lard. Tallow. If Bese. Bogh. Green t/plb8. Third a pal by. Chi by peaches. Turkeys. Chick in. Orren hides. Calf hides. stomach. Breath Erysipelas Rheuma skin. Worm Nom nor Pui for i tutors a a a Din my the blood Are the most effective Aud congenial purgative Ever discovered. They orc mild Bat effectual in their operation moving the bowels Sercu and without pain. Although gentle in their operation they arc still the most thorough and searching cathartic Medicine that can to employed cleansing the stomach and bowels and even the blood. In Small doses of one Pill a Day they stimulate the digestive organs and promote vigorous health. Ayers pills have let Een known for More than a Quarter of a Century and have obtained a world wide reputation for their Virtues. They Correct diseased action in the several assimilative organs of the body and Are so composed that obstructions within their Range can rarely withstand or evade them. Not Only do they cure the every Day complaints of everybody bn4 also formidable and dangerous diseases that have battled the Best of human skill. While they produce powerful effects they arc at the same time tile safest and let est physic for children. By their ape Rient action they Gripe much less than the common purgative and never give pain when the bowels Are not inflamed. They reach the vital fountains of the blood Aud strengthen the system by freeing it from Hie Clements of weakness. Adapted to All Ages Ami conditions in All climates containing neither Calomel nor any deleterious drug these fills May lie taken with safety by anybody. Their sugar coating preserves them Ever fresh and makes them pleasant to take while being purely vegetable no harm can arise from Liei use in any Quantity. Of Peparo by or. J. C. Ayer amp co., Lowell mass., practical and analytical chemists. Sold do All druggists everywhere. Prs. Price amp Brewer have met with unparalleled Success la tile treatment of Oil chronic diseases of the Throat lungs heart stomach liver head nerves kidneys bladder womb and blood affections of the urinary org amps gravel scr Fula rheumatism Catarrh asthma bronchitis dyspepsia a. Or. In Cen a reputation a been acquired by candid honest dealing and year of successful practice. Our practice not one of Experiment but founded on the Law of nature with year of experience and evidence to Rostain it Doe not tear Down make sick to make Well no Horah treatment no trifling no flattering. We know Tho a a aug a and the remedy needed no guess work but knowledge gained by years of experience in the treatment of chronic disease exclusively no encouragement without a Prospect. Candid in our opinion reasonable in our charges claim not to know everything or cure everybody Bat do Lay claim to reason and common sense. We invite the sick no matter what their ailment to cell and investigate before they abandon Hope make interrogations and decide for t Hent selves it will West nothing a consultation is Freo. Visits made regularly in future. Drs. Price amp Brewer a Tan by commit at Smiths hotel wednesday the 4tb of october. Patients will address All letters to or. Price Brewer Waukegan iii., with stamp. Advice free. Special attention Given to the diseases of women and children. Centennial boots and shoes. No trouble to show Good at Sheldon a. No misrepresentation allowed. The test goods for the Money and the nicest fit in the world Given to All that will give us a Call at the sign of the big Boot. Hillsdale Guggenheim a Hare just opened a Fine and Complete Stock of the purest wines brandies whiskies gins ac., Domestic and imported for family and medical ase. Ail Good warranted free from impurities. Waukegan ale and Porter on draught. Also Best brands of imported and Domestic of tabs. Sample room in connection. Junest e. T. Wilson k co., top Retora. Monitor Oil stove an entirely new invention constructed on scientific principles and has been treated in the Moat thorough manner. It Marks a new Era in cooking. It la Oronat Rustad of Oast and Itu Esla Iron. No solder to melt no tin to rust out and leak it Niu last a lifetime apply to Hattie Johnson agent for Hills Dale july 3d, 1976. Consumption epileptic fits. Dyspepsia. 4 resell pile sent to no Addry of % Cern sump. Address Jame brim a

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