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DR. ANNIS S. H. GOODINO, Hotnooopathlst
Residence and otttee, Wllllums St., (Com
lock Ulook), Owosso, Mich. Otllce hours 2 to
4 p. m. and to 8 p. m. Calls promptly respond
ed to. tipeclul mention Riven to Obstetrics
and Diseases of omen and Children.
I 8. 1. S 211 Til,
Attorney f Counsellor at Law
Do You Hang Out a Sign
IF NOT. HOLD AN AUDICNCC WITH
GEO. H. BEDFORD
OWOSSO. - vXC3I
II. B. PETERSON,
OFFICE Over Dlmmlck's store, Washington
Street. RESIDENCE Washington St., oppo
elte Congregational church.
WILL AM M. KILPATRIGK
General Insurance Aent.
Office in the Williams Block, Washington street,
General Insurance Agent.
123 WEST MAINST., OWOSSO, MICH.,
Represents the following well known Com
panies: ctna Insurance Co., of HartfordConn.
Hrltlsh-American Assurance Co., of Toronto.
Hanover Insurance Co., of New York.
Orient Insurance Co., of Hartford.
Sun Fire Ottlce, of London, England.
Westchester Fire Insurance Co., of New York.
Fidelity Si Causualty Co., of New York.
DR. G. J. B. STEPHENS,
DENTAL PARLORS, WASHINGTON ST.,
sign:-thc golden tooth.
Residence Cor. Cedar and Elizabeth Sts.
J. D. MILLIGAN, M. D.
Thorns Bl'k, Cor. WdsMngtoa Main Sts.
Office up Stairs. Hours, 7 to 10 a. m 1 :30 to 9
and 7 to 9 p. m. Night calls at office.
Copied in India Ink and
Water Colors from Photo
graphs and TinTypes. Work
guaranteed satisfactory in
every particular. ;J
(Moore's old stand.
F. EDWARDS & G0.,
General Ret! state and Insurance Agents,
Will sell your Property.
Will rent your H'uise or Farm.
Will look after your Tenants, v
Will find Loans for your Money.
Will Insure your Huilcings.
Charges very reasonable. Office with S.
Dr. Jas. B.F.Curtis,
(30 "2"ears Experience)
lias located In Owos90, at 117 X. Washing
ton Street, oyer Williams' Shoe Store, where
he Is prepared to treat all diseases of the
Luntrs, Liver, Heart, Kidneys, etc.
We make a Specialty of the Treatment of
DISEASES OF WOMEN, having devoted
many years to the study and practice of this
branch of the practice of medicino. Hun
dreds of ladies bear testimony to the effici
ency of our treatment. We deal square with
all. If we can not help you we tell you so.
Consultation and treatment strictly confi
dential. All letters of Inquiry must contain
a stamp to Insure an answer.
" Office hours 10 to 12 and 1 to 4.
EVERY one In need of information on the
Bubject of advertising will do well to obtain
a copy of "Book for Advertisers," 3fi8 pages,
price orxdllar- Mailed, postage paid, on re
ceipt oyprice. Contains a careful compilation
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the best papers and class Journals; gives the
circulation rating of every one, and a good deal
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10 Spruce St. N.Y.
Our Improved two-needle Em'
bromering Aiacnine manes rugs
"with yarn or rags, also fine embrol
Aara with ill Ik or y.nnh vr on nlush
or velvet. Catalogue of machines, rug patterns,
embroidery patterns, zephyrs, plush, yarn, etc,
twth price lists and terms to agents, free. Ma
chine Colored Pattern Book. Mitten Pattern and
Samples of work by mail for 11.10. Satisfaction
jruaranteed, or money refunded.
K. ltOSS & CO., Toledo, Ohio.
Tet. Nov. 17, 1891.
trees are tho test
for Michigan cli
mate. UNION NURSERIES-Establlshedl857
Complete assortment in every department.
Orders by mail or through our authorized agents
will receive personal attention.
L. G. BRAGG & COMPANY,
020 Adattrect. S. C. Gunn, 727 Park
..'street, foreman. All kinds of buildings
! moved, bought and sold. Windmill towers
? raised. IJoilers moved. The most complete
set of tools and machinery in Shiawassee
ytooun. All work done on short notice.
When yoti et tlrod of Hie Moctori" with tliwr blf
tirirM n1 oimrk nwdlo., writs to mf nrt I will wiml
(iwnlod) rili-:i:pr"iMTlptloii that willqnlrkljr an I
4rtlnly 'TCi cm power, waiting wknM, lack
tl development, iinpotmcj. rtrocl, tc. from
or other canm. A New I'oHIt Riy
rhirh eur. wh.n rythlng els full. AUilrfM
J. . JUOl'SE. DOS 0M. ALBION. Iflllt.
MICHIGAN STATE NEWS.
Utppenlngs Whlt-li Am Noted for th
Meneflt of Our Own People.
J. Albers disnnneared from fJ r.'iml Tlnn.
Ids last fall, leuving an unsettled board
bill. His landlady has just received a
later from Albers In Holland with a re
mittance to cover the indi-lif.1nPRH saw
ln that he'd fallen heir to a comfortable
X rtune and could now pay his debts.
wee. tornado uemousuea a
mill, e house and two barns at Prairie-
An Ann Arbor citizen objected to the
nt trness of a neighbor's chicken coop and
tore It down. Now he's busy trying to
iranie an adequate excuse that will satisfy
the local court regarding his action.
Things that are little used last a long
time. A Summitt citizen owns a Bible
which was printed In 1008 and is still
The Allovey mine, which was recently
closed down for keeps, was one of the
few unprofitable upper peninsula corpor
ations, its stockholders being about $750,
000 out of pocket.
Two miles from Spring Lake there
lives a woman who recently shouldered
a sack of wheat and carried it to that
Kalamazoo banks have inaugurated a
clearing house system to facilitate the dis
patch of business.
Joe McClure is a married man who
had no less than four opportunities to
sell a M00 horse in one day and re
fused each offer. That night the animal
Two lady teachers in the Lainsburfe
public schools board in the country five
miles away and make the round trip ot
ten miles five times a week.
Two Saginaw kids started out for a trip
to Texas and have just been located at
Calumet's Polish church society has a
bank account of 13,000.
Lainsburg is the present abiding place
of a chap who broke fifty-four lights of
glass from the windows of one dwelling
Two Battle Creek brothers, aged about
12 years, engaged in a quarrel when an
other kid undertook to separate them. At
this juncture one of the brothers seized a
bul and struck the peacemaker on the
head, inflicting injuries which resulted in
William Johnson was a Grand Rapids
hotel porter before religious excitement
drove him insane and incapacitated him
for useful labor.
Eight applications for divorce creden
tials were filed at Grand UuuiJs in one
Receipts for the first quarter of the year
of the state oil inspector' office were $12,-
474.15; disbursements, $5,831.69; net re
Thomas Scanlan smoked a cigar in a
Grand Rapids church and then paid a $10
William Monk and Margaret Think are
Port Huron people who are accused by
William's wife of being altogether too
thick and have been arrested on an adultery
Howard City's new fair grounds will be
dedicated Sept. 27-80 with a horse trot and
pumpkin show accompaniment.
Some fellow with $20. in his breeches
pockets was put in the bastile at Grand
Rapids, but the other prisoners causht
on to the fact and relieved him of the
While harrowing a field the other day at
Leoni, S. J. Madden found a gold ring
which he lost thirty years ago.
William Graves is a South Haven farm
er who was overtaken by a terrific thunder
storm and sought the shelter of a barn he
was paasing.No sooner had he done so than
a bolt of lightning struck the barn, killing
both horses and burning the structure.
Graves was rendered insensible for a sea
son by the electric shock.
A damage suit which was begun at
Grand Rapids six years ago on account of
injuries received in alighting from a
street car, has just been settled at the sum
of $1,500. The case had been reviewed by
the supreme court and sunt back for a new
The net earnings of the F., P. M. rail
way for the past year were $61,212.89. The
corporation has a bonded indebtedness of
One day last week a Battle Creek fire
man obtained an hour's leave of absence
and was buck before the expiration of the
time. Next day it leaked out that he was
married during that fateful hour.
Proceedings have been commenced be
fore the state supreme court to test the
constitutionality of the Miner electoral
law enacted by the last legislature.
William Gibson, the Meredith man who
had an eve sored out bv an infuriated
cow, died from his injuries.
Susan B. Anthony, the noted lady lec
turer, attended the silver wedding of Mr.
and Mrs. S. B. Ketcham, held recently at
Muskegon mills sold and shipped 280
tons of sawdust during the month of
April. Lumber shipments for the same
time amounted to 10,540,000 feet.
John Davis, the Kalamazoo burglar who
left the Jackson prison last August with
out the consent of the officials, is again
doing time for the state. He was brought
back from Canada.
Saginaw officials have arrested a lad of
that city on a charge of horse stealing
who has bad but 12 years of experience in
Hugh Cameron, owner of a handle fac
tory at Boyne Falls, was caught by a
rapidly revolving shaft and whirled to his
Imlay City is to have a dairy maid's
entertainment, whatever that may imply.
In this case the maids are supposed to do
the milking on a cash basis.
Burglars wrecked the safe of the Olivet
bank with dynamite but failed to open
the strong box containing $2,700, being
frightened away before securing the
Maggie Cochran lives at Grand Rap
ids and alleges that she's tired of support
ing her husband, and seeks a divorce at
the hands of the circuit court.
Fire cooked the canning factory of C.
II. Godfrey at Benton Harbor at a loss of
It is claimed that some Mount Clemens
citizen secured a fine supply of mineral
water in answer to prayer. Is the age of
miracles being revdf
G. JI. Bailey, the Homer man who is ac
cused of polygamous practice, has been
arrested for the fourth time on that
Saginaw salt producers have dtopped
the price of that commodity 10 cents per
barrel on account of eastern competl
The primary school fund of the state
amounts to $457,000 this year, an excess
or $32,500 over that of a yenr ago.
Mrs. Christina McTaggart is dead at
Wyandotte at the age of 81. She had not
been outside the corporate limits of that
town for thirty-eight years prior to her
death, although enjoying excellent health
most of that time.
W. It. Knowles, living near Coldwatr r,
had a strawstack fired by lightning, and a
barn, thirty pigs and other things joiued
in the general conflagration.
Ernest Kent had a good leg splintered
at Aiarcellus by the kick of a fractioui
equine he was leading.
Ex-Congressman Fisher of West Bay
City has purchased 7,000 acres of very val
uable timberland in Charlevoix county.
Over 7,000 people witnessed the laying oi
the coruer-tone of Menominee's new Cath
The contract for Muskegon's new high
school building to replace the one destroy
ed the great fire of some . months ago, has
been let for $52,127.50.
What signifies a name, anyhow? Lin
coln is the cognomen of a Saginaw chap
who's been assessed $100 in addition to 90
days at the house of correction for brutal
ly beating a wo nan and breaking several
lf her ribs.
Michigan is not one of those states that's
subjebt to disastrous floods, but the recent
heavy rains in the southwestern section
raised the streams to an unusual height,
the high water doing considerable dam
Mrs. James Moot of Uno, ill with ty
phoid fever, ran to a neighbor's a quartet
of a mile away clad in her nightcrothes
when her home burned a few nights ago.
Somebody stole a harness from the barn
of Frank Burrell, at Lansing, and a few
nights later he carried away the horse
blankets and a quantity of feed from the
same barn. Burrell still has the horse.
Eaton Rapids has a Sunday-school class
with strong matrimonial tendencies, foui
young men and six ladies having been
married within a year.
Queer luck has been the portion oi
George Pleiffer of Kalamazro, the third
baby having been left upon his doorstep
within a brief period.
Charles N. Pease, whose wife was killed
at a Kalamazoo railway crossing some
months ago, sues the Michigan Central
for $2o,000 worth of damages.
A wealthy Reed City woman of 60 sum
mers has been arrested on the charge oi
Struck Against the Food.
Detroit, May 10. Thirty-five nurses in
the training school of Grace hospital, an
institution founded and supported by
United States Senator McMillan, are in
open revolt against the quality and
quantity of the food furnished them by
the hospital managers. The discontent
has been growing for several weeks and
was openly manifested at a meeting of
the training school board Saturday. The
matter will be investigated.
Lake Schooner Missing.
Detroit, May 10. The schooner Glen
ora, which broke away from the steamet
Glengarry in the recent storm on Lake
Superior, has not been found. She was
loaded with wheat and when last seen was
dismasted and helpless. Grave fears are
felt for the safety of the vessel and hei
crew of seven men. The schooner Gaskin
of the same tow was found at Peck's Har
bor. Meeting of Hotel Men.
DETROIT, May 10. The thirteenth an
nual session of the Hotel Men's Mutual
Benefit Association of the United States
convened in Detroit Tuesday. A large
number of the most prominent bonifaces
in the country are in the city. The first
business session was called to order at 1C
o'clock in the morning in the council
chamber by President II. H. Brockway.
PRODUCE AND LIVESTOCK MARKETS.
CniCAOO, May 10.
Following were the quotations on the board
of trade today: Wheat May, opened
K$jc, closed &c; June, opened Kc, closed
KojJuly, opened P2c, closed 82o. Corn
May, opened and closed 0J4c; June, opened
41J4c, closed 434c; July, opened Uc, closed
4Jc. Oats May, opened 80 -, closed
85je; June, opened & to, closed July
opened 3u9c, closed UOHje. Pork May, opened
$U.i&& closed $9.ttt; July, opened $9.9.
closed $9.7-; .September, opened $10.Ui,
closed 9.87& Lard May, opened $u2j,
Live Stock -Prices at the Union Stock
yards today ranged as follow: Hogs Market
moderately active and prices 6 highor
sales ranged at $:J.U0ft4.ttf pigs, $4.:4
4.80 light, ti.ZYilH rouun packing, $4.40
4.75 mixed, $4.LO4.70 heavy packing and
Cattle Market moderately active and strong;
quotations ranged at $4. 50 4. 90 choice
to extra shipping steers, f4.0o4.50 good
to choice do; $J.70&i.20 fair to good, $3.35(&3.8
common to medium do, $ J.0J :1.70 butchers'
steers, fi70(3J.3i stockors, $2.704.ai Texas
steers, $a:i64.O0 feeders, $1.403.50 cows,
$1.7b3.50 bulla and $iOO4.75 veal calves.
Sheep Market modeaately active and prions
Dtronx; quotations ranged at $5.000.20 west
erns, $4.806.30 natives, and $3.75o.7& lambs.
Shorn lots 60 $75 per 100 lbs below quotations
Produce: Butter Fancy separator, Zla per
lb; fine creameries, 2021o; dairies, fancy,
fresh, 18c; packing stock, fresh, 10 He Egxs
Fresh, lio per doz. Live poultry Chickens,
13o per lb.; roosters. 0c; ducks, L213c; turkeys,
choice hens, 13c; young toras, bio; geese, f3.ini
6.00 per doz. Potatoes Hebrons, !8(&30a per
bu.; Hurbanks 8336c; Rose, 2730o for seed;
Peerless, 2328o; common to poor mixed lots,
2O320O. Apples Common, $.',O02.25 per brl;
good, 2.50&&75; fancy, $3.003.25.
Kbw York, May 10.
Wheat No. 2 rod winter cash, fcOc;
May, UOc; June, 90c; July, 91Hc Corn
No. a mixed cash, 67)4c; May, 6ttc; June,
filmic; July, 490. Oats No. 2S mixed earn,
8iHc; May, 15c; July, 85c. Rye Quiet; 0
Q84c in car lots. Barley Neglected. Pork
Dull; mi,5lu.5U3n.00for new. . Lard Dull;
Live Stock: Cattle No trading in beeves;
dresned btef, steady; native sides, 6$ 1J8j per
lb. Sheep tind Lambs Market flow but steady;
clipped sheep, $-.0 )' -5 per h0 lbs; clipped
fd.UU(&8.25; unshorn do, fT.75. Hogs Mam et
nominally steal y; live hog, f4.VOQ5.3u per
East BurrALo, May 10.
Cattle Only a few odd lots on sale and noth
ing doing: prices t toady.. Sheep and lambs
Twenty loads on sale; market frteaJy;
choice to fancy clipped sheep, $5.UK&&0; do
lambs, iU.U&a.Z Hogs-Twenty -five loads
on sale; market firm; good to bust York
ers, $4.05&3.OO; good to best pigs, f 4.85 4.9 jI
Toledo, May 10.
Wheat-Cash, OOc; May, 8a,89c July.
&'c; August, 8lu. Corn No. 3 cash, 44o.
Kye-Cash, 80c Oats -No. white cash, 83c.
Clover keed Not quoted.
Detroit, May SO.
Wheat-No. 2 red cash, 89o; May, 89c;
J'i'.y, ffc; No. 1 white cash, 90c. Corn
No. t cajb, 5c Oats-No. 2 cash, 31c.
How to Pronounce Certain Words.
Soldier oe-jer. Soot as spelled,
not But. Spi-cious e-shu3, not spesh
us. Stone a spelled, not stun. Synod
Ki-ud, not y-nod. Tenure fm-ure,
not e-nure. Tenet- ten-tt, not fe-net.
Than as spelled, not thun. Tremor
frew-ur, not fre-mor. Tune as spelled,
not toon. Twelfth should have the th
sounded. Was woz, not wuz. Weary
weer-ey, not im-ry. Were wer, not
ware. Wont wunt, not as spelled.
Yacht yot, not yat. Yeast as spelled,
not yest. Zenith ze-nith, not zen-ith.
How to Trim Trees.
It requirca knowledge and courage to
trim trees properly. The lack of these
qualities has spoiled many a fine grove
and prevented numberless shade trees
from being what they should. In the
first place it must bo borne in mind that
a tree needs room in which to grow, and
that if branches are suffered to grow
too near the ground the shade from the
tree will kill all the vegetation under
neath. Don't be afraid, therefore, to
cut down trees which crowd any fine
specimen, and do not be afraid to cut
off the lower branches of a tree to be
preserved. So that all the limbs can
get sun and air they should be constant
ly thinned out and those branches which
crowd over and cross others to the in
jury of the symmetry of the tree are
those which should be lopped off.
The Lake Icj.Co. has a large quantity
and a good quality of ice for the season of
1892. The prices will be as follows:
Ice by the season S3. 00
15 pounds daily, by the month, 1.25
15 put in box, 1.35
20 " ' " 1.50
20 " " 41 put In box, 1.05
25 " " " " 1.75
25 put In box, l!oO
Ice by the season put in box free of
charge. Orders may be left at C. A. Con
nor's or by postal to A. Oliver, 401 Coin
IIiram E. Omveii, Trop.
For Sale, at a Reasonable Frlce.
A fine youm? horse, sound, kind, gentle
and true; a good roadster weight 1000 lbs.
Also an extra tine, large, heavy yoke of
oxen weight about two ions. Inquire of
A dye shop, with boiler, engine, well,
tubs, press, tailor shop, household furniture
everything belonging to a dye house, as
well as tailor shop. Cheap, on time, or for
cash. Cause of sale, death of proprietors.
A good chance for the proper person.
Address, Louise Bkennkk,
55 Sag. St., Pontlac, Mich.
Brown stiff hats are "quite the proper
thing." You will find a great many differ
ent shapes in them at Roth's.
The Bulwer hat (guaranteed to wear as
good as the Dunlap) in browns and blacks,
In soft crowns, at Koth's.
All the different shades in brown suitings
at from S20 to $30 at Koth's, make your se
Spring woolens, big stock just received at
Dr. Humphreys' Sped Oct are scientifically and
carefully prepared Kemedlt. used for years In
private practice and tor over thirty years by the
people, with entire success. Every single Specillo
a siwclal cure for the disease named.
They cure without drugging, purging or reducing
the system and are In fact und deed the Sovereign
lleniediea of the World.
liit or rniNcirAL Kot. crrnti. mic.
1 Fevers, Congestions, Inflammations.. .23
4 Worms, Worm Fever, Worm Collo U5
3 Teethlmn Colic, Crying, Wakefulness .25
4 Diarrhea, of Children or Adults 5
7 Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis 25
8 Neuralgia, Toothache, Faceache. 25
9 Headaches, Sick Headache, Vertigo.. .25
10 Dyspepsia. Biliousness, Constipation. .25
1 1 Huppressed or Painful Periods... .25
12 Whites, Too Profuse Periods 25
13 Croup, Laryngitis, Hoarseness 25
11 Halt lthenm, Erysipelas, Eruptions.. .25
1 5 Rheumatism, Rheumatic Pains 25
1 6 Malaria, Chills, Fever and Ague .25
17 Flles, Blind or Bleeding .25
10 Catarrh, Influenza, Cold In the Head. .23
20-Wfaooplnir Cough .25
27- Kldney Diseases .25
28- Nervous Debility 1.00
30 Urinary Weakness, Wetting Bed.. .25
Sold by Drnirirliti, or lent postpaid on receipt of price.
Da, IltmrosiTi' IUmval (Ui pagei,) mailed rats,
irCHPHRKTS' BED. CO., 1 1 1 1 1 1 ffllllem St., KB W YORK.
NEW STORE! - -
- - NEW GOODS 1
I am all Ready for Business now
in my New Store.
1 have the Choicest Stock of
In tbe City. All new, 'fresh
- New Goods Arriving Daily -
I Have Added a New Line of
Call and Inspect our Stock.
Prices low as the Lowest.
South side Main Street,
Owosso Iron & Engine Works,
Boilers, Engines and Machinery of All Kinds Needing Repairing.
If sent to the above named shops at the north end of the bridge on Washington sr oot
machinery' pr0mpt attention by thorough and skillful workmen with oreeg
All work done promptly and at reasonable prices. No Job from a Sewing Machine
to a Locomotive Engine will be turned away.
Castings of all descriptions made and warranted. Building castings a specialty.
n 1 1 ".ft "K3" Pelage, saw arbors, pulley llanges, and shaft couplings fd
all size shafting kept in 6tock.
Engine trimmings, or brass goods such as lubricators, oil cups, cylinder cocks, glass
water guages and giiage cocks, and steam guages. kept In stock and sold at reasonable
wortmaSto f klndS furmshed' and P'Pe fitt,"S on short notrce od
Circular saws gummed, hammered, straightened, or cut down. Retoothing war-
Machine Blacksmithing Done Promptly and at Reasonable Prices.
Soliciting a share of your patronage, I am respectfully yours,
PROSPERITY COMES TO ALL - - -
- - WHO TRADE WITH US.
Good judgment in buying and fair prices in selling en
ables us to be of profitable service to you.
There is something of interest for all in our magnificent
stock of spring and summer goods, consisting of
Boots, Shoes, Slippers, Rubbers, Overshoes, etc.
In which every particular item was critically judged as to
its relative worth before being purchased.
You can afford to stand by those who thus stand by you.
We are seeking prosperity by giying it to others. Do not lose
your hold on this beneficial plan, but stick close to the "ercod
as gold" Bargain house of
D. R. SALISBURY,
Opera Block, Owosso.
ALL FEMALE DISEASES.
(MIC CYMDTflHQi A tIrodtlan8ruldfeellnsr, low spirited and denpondont, with no appar
OUIVIC OllVlr lUMOiont cause ladigestlon, uoadacue. backache, bearing down pains, pain
icroRS lower cart of boweLi.with trrcat
tyt Frequent urination. Leucorrhoea, Constl
patient nervous and irritable. Till!! OUAMC
by a thorough propws 01 absorption.
AinPAl ADDI IPATinH PerfoctlyhannleflS, which every lady can use, herself. Med
LUUHL HrrLIUMIIUH lcinos taken Internally will never rollove the many forms of
female weakness, 'i'ho remedy must bo applied to the parts to obtain permanent relict
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rLHin IHLIV IU LflU ICO cent stamp to homo ollioe for sample box and circular.
EVERY LADY CAN
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O. B. Catarrh Cure
J. A. McGILL. T.I. D. Ct CO., 2 & 4 PANORAMA PLACE, CKICAGC, UL
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUCCI8T8.
AUOJiZO G fiailEB. Wholesale Agent. OI Waobloctea St.. Chicago. III.
ON THE LINE OF THE
Electric - Sf root - Railway,
To Owosso, Michigan's Booming City.
Population 1880, 2,500. Population 1890, 10,000.
Prices of Lots $2 to $10
Terms You Want.
Our Offices are open Day and Evening.
For Full Particulars see
GEORGE T. ABREY & CO.,
1.03 East Main St, Owosso. ArASSii5S
Bono Office 2G Moffat Building, DETROIT,
f 1.00 FOR ONE MONTH'S TREATMENT. O.B. Stomach Powders,
i -F&EFAJiED BY- O. B. Kidney Ooneo.
Per Front Foot. Any