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Light Brahma and Langshan Eggs,
FOR SALE BY
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OWOSSO, . . . - MICH.
Farmers, Attention !
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THE LONE FISHERMAN,
Hill is Differing a Grave for Two.
At the meeting of the State Medical
Society held in Flint last week, Shiawassee
county was represented by a number of its
leading physicians. In the proceedings pub
lished in the Flint News we find the follow
ing which was received with much laughter
and applause: Dr. E. B. Ward, of Laings
feurg, oifered a resolution that when the
society adjourn it sing the following hymn:
When we've been here ten thousand years,
Bright shining like the sun,
We'll still conttde in bi chloride
And Keeley's little gun,"
The annual calendar of the University of
Michigan, compliments of President Angell,
te on our table. Any Shiawassee county
students who desires can see the same by
tailing at this office or one can be obtained
by writing Pres. Angell.
L. C. Webb, of Mason, reports that Trix
ey, by Louis Napoleon, has foaied a fine
filly by Pilot Medium for which 51,000 has
Died, at the residence of her son-in-law,
51. J. Stiff, Friday May 6, Mrs. Isabella
JCewman, aged 77 years.
Isabella Clark waj born in Dunkannary,
Ireland, June 19, 1815. When she was
fourteen years of age her parents removed
to Manchester, England, and in 1842 she
eame to Brockvllle, Ontario, and a year
later to the United States. She was mar
tied at the age of twenty-nine to Patrick
Newman, In Rochester, N. Y., and about
1851 came with her husband to Michigan,
lesiding first at Pontiac, afterward at Ovid
nd later at Owosso, where the last few
years of her life have been passed. She
was converted at the age of thirteen and
nlted with the Wesleyan church. About
tWrteen years ago she united with the Bap
tist church at Ovid. She was the mother of
ix children, one of whom died at the age
f thirteen. Those who survive her are
Mrs. Mary Stanton, of Middlebury, Mrs.
Kate O'Keefe of Stevens, Arkansas, Mrs.
Isabella Dick, of Owosso, George E. New
man, Watertown, N. Y., and Mrs. L. J.
Stiff, of this city.
The funeral service was held at the house
Monday afternoon, conducted by her pastor,
Kev. E. L. Little.
The May term of the Court opened Monday at
Corunna, Judge Newton presiding. The busi
ass so far disposed of is as follows :
Jurors excused: Lyman Kellogg, Benning
ton; David Cutler. Hazleton; John M. Fitch,
runna; Edgar Devore, Perry; Wm. Cady,
Rush; Jacob Boice, Burns. Jurors drawn to
ke their places :' S. R. Cook, Shiawassee ; W.
"W Jones, Vernon; Frank Westcott, Vernon;
Eli Jones, Venice ;Clark Devereaux, Shiawas
e ; of whom Mr. Westcott and Mr. Ell Jones
ere also excused.
People vs. Benj. Schultz, bastardy. Contlnu
L Ball 1500.
People vs. Jos. Smith, selling liquor to a
tiinor. Plead guilty.
People vs. John Babcock, assault with Intent
to d great bodily harm. Continued.
People vs. Frank Cooper, keeping saloon open
People vs. John C. Haynes, larceny from the
person. . Continued.
People vs. Richard Wolf, Mrs. Richard Wolf
and Frank Dealman, assault with Intent to do
jreat bodily harm. Continued. Bail furnished
(a sum of $300 each.
People vs. John Gilbert, false pretences. Nolle
froa. entered, the defendant having been con
fned 40 days on charge of obtaining $3.00 while
under the Influence of liquor.
Samuel Collins vs. T., A. A. & N. M. R'y.,
trespass on the case. To be settled.
Silas Matherson vs. Calvin P. Deveraux, ap
peal. Judgment for plaintiff of $100.71.
Peter Wilkinson vs. Estey M'f'g Co., appeal
Non suit entered against plaintiff with costs.
Six months time allowed to move to set aside.
Frank Brackett vs. Estey MTg Co., appeal,
yon suit entered against plaintiff with costs.
Six months time allowed to move to set aside.
George Sutton vs. Estey MTg Co., appeal.
Same as above.
Emily E. Dodge vs. James Austin, trespass on
the case. Heard and verdict f no ' cause of
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard-
Mary A. Gregory vs. Geo. Setzer and Albert
Theel, trespass on case. Settled and case dis
continued. City of Corunna vs. Michael Driscoll, trespass
on case. Continued on motion defondant.
Martha Clark vs. M V. B. Wixom, trespass on
case. Continued on terms.
Susan M. Crawford vs. C. J. Gale, trespass on
case. Continued on terms on motion defendant.
Sarah E. Cole vs. George Setzer, appeal. Set
tled and case discontinued.
Walter Gould, et al., vs. J. C. Dlngman, as
sumpsit. Judgment for plaintiff.
Alice I. McBilde vs. Frank Putnam, attach
ment. J udgment for plaintiff of $188.25.
Wm. Ragon vs. T., A. A. &.N. M. R'y, trespass
on case. Goes over term.
fHenry Arnold vs Wm. Drain, capias. Stricken
Eunice L. Johnson, adm'r'x, vs. Clement Ken
yon, ejectment. Order for security for costs in
the sum of $100 to be filed within five days.
Venever vs Wright, time extended 60 days to
Gillett vs. Estey Mfg. Co., time extended until
next term to settle bill.
Dyslnger vs C, S. & M. Ry., time extended 20
days to settle bill.
Ernest Tranchell vs John Huston, motion for
security for costs Plaintiff ordered to file se
curity for $50 within 10 days.
Sarah E. Cole vs George Setzer, motion for
security for costs. Denied.
Tranchell vs Huston, security for costs in sum
of $r0 to be filad in 10 days.
Merkle vs Taylor, plaintiff ordered to file ad"
ditional security for costs.
Mary Cross vs Melvln Cross, petition for tem
porary alimony denied.
To farmers who feel uncer
tain about raising potatoes 1
would say that I will make
you a guaranteed bottom price
of 25c per bushel for all well
sorted Rose, Hebron, Burbank
or varieties closely resembling
them, up to 20,000 bushels, to
be delivered during the mouth
of October. If prices are high
er than this I expect to have
to pay as much or more than
other buyers, but in any event
25c shall be the lowest price
offered. Remember one thing.
When I say October I mean it.
E. F. DUDLEY,
Dr. Hal A. Curtis
Is coming to Owosso. Watch
Some new things in dress goods to amor
this week at Osnuitx & Sons.
Fertilizing salt and phosphate. Also a
second hand farm wagon complete, used
but very little, and a platform, agricultural
tool wagon, cheap. C. J. Stuakt.
We will pay, for a short time, for nice,
assorted potatoes, 18 cents. Ham. Bitos.
State of Michigan. The Circuit Court for the
County of Shiawassee In Chancery.
Carrie B. Northway, Complainant, )
Mary E. Nelan, Defendant. j
Tn pursuance of a decree made and entered in
said cause by said Court on the 21st day of
October. A. D., 18'Jl, I, Newton Baldwin, one of
the Circuit Court Commissioners of said county
will on the 28th dny of June, 18U2, at 10 o'clock a.
m. of said day, expose for sale und Roll at public
auction or vendue to the highest bidder at the
front door of the Court House in the City of Co
runna (that being the place of holding thd Cir
cuit Court for the county of Shiawassee) all the
following described real estate property to-wit :
Lot thirty-seven (37 I. A. Gould's subdivis
ion of out lot one (1) according to the recorded
plat of said sub division, being in the City of
Owosso. Shiawassee County, State of Michigan.
Dated, May 4th, 1803.
Circuit Court Commissioner in and for Shiawas
see County, Michigan.
Watson & Chapman,
Solicitors for Complainant.
. Frolsate Order.
STATE OF MICHIGAN,
County of Shiawassee,
At a session of the Probate Court for said
County, hold at the Probate office in the city of
Corunna on Saturday, the seventh day of May,
in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hun
dred and ninety-two.
Present, Matthew Bush, Judge of Probate.
In the matter of the estate of John F. Lauben
gayer, deceased, Sophia Laubengayer as execu
trix and Ludwig Struber as executor of said
estate, come into Court and represent that they
are now prepared to render anal account as
such executrix and executor.
Thereupon it is ordered that Monday, the 6th
day of June next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon,
be assigned for examining and allowing such ac
count, and that the heirs at law of said de
ceased, and t il other persons interested In said
estate, are required to appear at a session of
said Court, then to be hofden at the Probate
offlce In the City of Corunna, in said county, and
show, cause, if any there be, why the said ac
count should not be allowed.
And it is further ordered, that said executrix
and executor give notice to the persons inter
ested In said estate, of the pendency of said ac
count, and the hearing thereof, by causing a
copy of this, order to be published in The
Times, a newspaper printed and circulated in
said county, for three successive weeks previous
to said day of hearing.
Judge of Probate.
for circular. Address
At the GRAND
A. S. PARISH, Prop'r.
HARTSHORN SON & CROWE
Would ask you to consider that the largest stock of Agri
cultural Implements gives the greatest opportunity for selec
tion. Car-load lots can be handled at comparatively less cost
than a small stock. Hence we can offer you the best imple
ments at the lowest prices.
If a new plow is needed we can show you the
OLIVER, GALE AND BURCH PLOWS.
When you have plowed 'a new floating or sulky harrow is
needed. It will save you its price this year in time saved.
Let us show you the difference between a good harrow and
a poor one. A complete line of Cultivators to select from.
Superior and Farmer's Friend Grain Drills. Land Rollers,
Wagons,' Carriages, Surreys and Carts at RockBottom Prices
We are Selling
BLACK, GALYANIZED AND BARBED FENCE WIRE,
at the lowest prices ever offered in Shiawassee County
The Star and Acme Barrel Churns, and the Celebrated
BentWOOd and Buckeye Churns. Every churn guaranteed
to give satisfaction.
See Our UNION BARN DOOR HANGER for your barns,
and get our prices on your barn bills.
HEATH & MILLIGAN Paste Paint
is Best. Try it.
IRA. G. CURRY, Hardware.
108, Washington street, Owosso.
ARE HERE I -
- - - SEE AND BUY!
WOODARD & NORTH
Offer Inducements others cannot.
Offer Novelties others have not.
Sell the best and the cheapest
A DOUBLE STOCK,
It Must be Reduced One Half in the
Next Sixty Days.
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B ABIES I
We Have The Celebrated
The best on earth, at prices to suitall
Outside 'buyers make this youk
Headquarters and we will
Save you Money. Freights Paid.
WOODARD & NORTH.
102-N. WASHINGTON ST., OWOSSO. '
TO THE FRONT!
THIS WEEK !
275 Men's Suits at - - - $2.60
300 Men's Brown Suits at 5.00
150 Boys' Brown Suits at 3.50
250 Clay Worsted Suits at $7.00
Good Prince Albert Suits at 15.00
200 pairs Cottonade Pants at -.80
20 doz. Knee Pants - -Waists
4-ply Linen Collars, 4 for
"1 01A .
JUST RECEIVED - 175 3 Piece Boys' Suits, at $2.00.
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY.
CALL AND SAVE MONEY.