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'tbitvr Jio uUIicm. They prevent
in the .! to rM.i jnitato nl nor
t the loty, give ;eou a4rlltc, ui
-mml itollfl innaole. Elegantly suxar
-routed. I'ricc, :s3-:. per box.
Pick Iloadfccbe and rcllovtj all the troubles InoS
dent to a bilious state of the system, suon w9
Dlzzlnens, Nausea, Drowalneea, DlstveM after
-eating. Pala in the Bide, &o. While their moat)
: pemaskablo succoas L&a been shown In cuzlaj.
rjQeaflacbe, yet Carter's Llttlo Liver F11I9 H9
equally valuable in Constipation, curing and pre
"venting this annoying complaint, whilo they also
-correct all disorders of theatomachtiroulaletha
.'liver and regulate the bowels. Even it they only
( Aehstbey wonld be almostpricelessto fliose wha
tauter from this distressing complaint; but fortu
boately their goodness does notend hcro,and thosa
rho once try them will And these llttlo pills valo.
. I able In so many ways that they will not bo wiN
idling to do without them. But after allslckneail
f ,1s the bane of so many Uvos that here la -where
Mire make our great boast. Our pills cure it whila
others do not.
I Carter's Little Liver TOls re very small and
Wery easy to Uko. One or two pilla make a dose.
'They are strictly vegetable and do not gripe or
-purge, but by thotr gentle action pleas all who
-iosethem. In vial at US cents; live for (1. Sold
T fey druggists etcvy v. Lcie, or s ml by aiaUL
CARTE H ?;NS CO.. New York.
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first day's Hit. Treitiw ami J (rial liottla free la
fit pntMrmv, inry paying eitiresscnarKmonoox wnen
receiver!. Ssnrt nam, P. O. anrl exiirri idclren of
afflii !! lo Uh.KI.INE.oii Arrh St .Fliil.vit Inhia.Pa.
Urut!iiits. MHVARE OF IMITATING IKAHPS.
TIIfK. S. SPRACUR SOW,
fnts, Unifrd S'.atCT iind foreign.
Cnresrxiwleiit-f lolkited. ln(nic
lion IMmphli-i Irse. vj WrjJ
COrTGRK.SH hTRTUT. fJiiTROlT,
MICK. J'.Mblulted Ut.
lfoNtatn. Wo Pain. Prevent Strict nra.
frr hrrln1. a Cnk Cor for onfiRri, Oli
. arcnm(nii.,Dd all llnnataral DLatiargsaof li her fM.
JLi Irrlt or mil to ao? aililrm. for S 1 .00.
Infwtloa Haldof I. THK B VPT of allalmnar
'tejndlei " Hr. HKNRY RK.VY, BldAetorJ, Ma.
BI1LTD0B M'K'O lo., UiNaUr, Ohio, C. R. A,
A New Pile Remedy
Has crcaU;d a sensation among physicians
by its wonderful effects in speedily curing
o very. form of Tiles. It is called the
Pyramid Pilo Cure It Is cheap and sim
ple to use, but nothing removes the
-disease so quickly, safely and surely.
JLpy drugdst will get It for you.
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Mr K r r i
Jr Iadies expecting To Become
gwfTO M0THER5ni'P atw
IBRADriELD liCGL'LATOii' CO.. Atlanta: Ga
' ffam"- SOLD OY ALL Pftmijr$.""" ""''liliBgg
OWOSSO, MICH., MARCH, 3, 1SU3.D
Keep Salvation Oil in Ihu gymnasium.
It is a sovereign remedy for cuts, strains,
bruises and sprains, to which acrobats and
athletes are liable at all times. It is the
greatest cure on earth for pain.
Kdwin J. Whelmi, Shiawassee 22
Cora Johnson, Vernon 20
Elmer Perham, Venice 24
Bertlia Ciowe, llazelton 23
Lewis II. Mixer, IJancroft 22
Etella Juid. Burn 19
Ernest Kellev. Caledonia 10
Incs M. Btrattan, St. Charles 16
(leoice E. Wheeler. Shiawassee
Daisy Skinner, Shiawassee 10
Im G. Lewis, Owosso 29
Etta t. Burbank. Owosso 19
Numerous unsolicited testimonials dally
received by its proprietors clearly demon
isttate the fact that the reputation of Dr.
Hull's CoiiRh Syrup, the infallible cure for
all at'ections of the throat and chest, lias
sutfered no diminution in the last quarter of
Real Estate Transfers.
I. Mills to W. liowley, e J n w and
part w A n w J sec 1(, $5.S00.
M. Northwood to C. P. Ballon et ul, n
J of s I of n e 1 of s e sec 3, 500.
MO It RICK.
G. M. Abiey to O. Bentley, lots 4 and
5 block 2, Gale's add, $200.
I. II. Keeler to II.JJ. White, lot 22 sub
out lot 4. $050.
F. andM. Bilhimer to O.Shadbolt, lot
23 and nat lot 22. sub out lot 1 $1,350.
C. S. Williams et al to A.T. Brown, lot
SJblock 22, A L. Williams add, $225.
W. M. Watkins to U. G. Still, w A n e
J sec 18, 13200.
M. Wright to W. F. L'ollman, part v
ne sec 27, $500.
P. N. Cook to J. Luchenbill et al, cj n
w sec 9, 2400.
Bradfield's Female Regulator
should be used by the young woman, she
who suffers from any disorder peculiar to
her sex, and at change of life is a powerful
tonic; benefits all who use it. bold by
Parkill & Son, Druggists.
John Lake, at llarrietta, had his skull
fractured by a rolling log.
Miles' Nerve Ss Liver Pills.
Acton a new principle regulating the
liver, stomach and bowels throunh lac
nerves. A new discovery. Di.' Miles' Pills
speedily cure biliousness, bad taste, torpid
liver, piles, constipation. Unequalled for
men, women, children. Smallest, mildest,
surest! 50 do.es 25c. Samples free at
Johnson & Henderson's.
Benjamin Hathaway, the poet of Little
Prairie Hondo, has published another vol
ume of poems. "The Finished Creation
and Other Poems."
Cert'HOo will have a new roller Jluurlng
Among the thousands of testimonials of
cures by Dr. Miles' New Cure, is that of Na
than Allisons, a well-known citizen of Glen
llock. Pa., who, for years, had shortness of
breath, sleeplessness, pain in leftside, shoul
dors, smothering spells, etc.; one bottle of
Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure and one box of
Nerve and Liver Pills, cured him. Peter
Jaouet, Salem, N. J., is another witness,
who for twenty years suffered with Heart
Disease, was pronounred incurable by phy
sicians, death stared him in the face, could
not he down for fear of smothering to death.
Immediately af.er using the New Cure he
lelt better and could he down and sleep all
night, and is now a well man. The New
Cure Is sold, also Free Book, by Johnson Sc
All P. O. & N. trains are stalled In the
snow at Pigeon.
A Great Benefactor.
"Educators are certainly Hip greatest ben
efactors of the race, and after reading Dr.
Franklin Miles' popular works, wo eannot
help declaring him to bo among the most
entertaining and educating of authors."
New York Daily. Ho is not a stranger to
our readers, as ids advertisements appear
In our columns in every Issue, calling atten
tion to the fact that his elegant work on
Nervous and Heart Diseases is distributed,
free by our enterprising druggists, Johnson,
& Henderson, Trial bottles of Dr. Miles'
Nervine are given away, also Book of Testi
monials showing that it is unequalcd for
Nervous Prostration, Headache, Poor Mem
ory, Dizziness, Sleeplessness, Neuralgia,
Hysteria, J its, Lpilepsy.
A New England Miracle.
A 1 A I LIU) AD ENGINEER RELATES
The Wonderful Story Told by Fred O
Vose and his Motherdn-law to a
Reporter of the Boston Herald.
Soth Are Restored After
Year of Agony.
(Boston, Mans., Herald.)
The vast health-giving results already
attributed by the newspapers throueh
out this country and Canada to Dr. Wil
liams' "Pink Villa for Pale People" have
been recently supplemented by the won
derful ctmH wrought in the cases of two
confirmed invalids in one household in
a New England town. Tho radical im
provement in the physical condition of
theKetwo people from the uho of tills
great medicine is vouched for, not only
by the eager testimony of the patients
themselves, gladly given for I lie benefit
of other miierers, but also by the indub
itable assurances of disinterested rela
tives and friend who had been cognizant
of the years of pain and distress endured
by tlio two invalids, and who now wit
ness their restoration to health, vigor
The names of these people, the latest
to testify from their own experience to
the marvellous restorative, tonic and
healing qualities of Dr Williams' Pink
Pills, are Fred C. Voe and his mother-in-law,
Mrs. Oliver C. Holt, of Peterboro,
members of the rame household, which
is composed of Mr. and Mrs. Holt, and
Mr. and Mrs. Vose, the latter n daughter
of the Holts. The home occupied by
the familv is a coy and neat-looking
tro-storied house, situated on the top
of a hill and surrounded by many of the
natural attract ioim of a residence in tho
country. Mr. Holt is employed in the
UrowHi Hboi msnulactory of PeloM oro,
and Mr Vose bus for many years run
the engine on the Fitch burg ml road
trains between Winchendou and Peter
Before entering upon an account of
the long UlneBeee of Mr. vose and his
mother-in-law, which shall be given in
their own words ss taken by a reporter
of the Boston Herahi.it will be well to
give the exact reason for the coming to
pether under one roof of the two fam
ilies, an this fact has everything to do
with the manner in which Dr Williams'
Pink Pills first came to the notice of Mr.
Vose and the reason of their introduc
tion into the family us a medical rem
Mr. Vofo's wife had' been in failing
heal'h for a number of yenr. her illness
finally developing into a brain trouble,
accompanied by intermittent paralysis,
or the tongue and lower limtis. Death
had taken all her children, and the
heavy Hilbction increased her bodily and
mental infirmities to such an extent
that her husb-ind, himself an invalid,
was compelled to take some means tow
ard securing for her complete rest and
freedom from household care. To this
end he gave up housekeeping, and took
his wife to her parents' home, where her
mother might care for her in derail
ments. Mrs. Holt was herse'f suffering
from various complaints brought on by
complete nervous prostration, several
years ago, but her daughter's severer
and more hopeless condition wns the
more urgent a nd more appealing case of
the two, and so Mrs. Holt for several
years has tried to forget her own dis
abilities in tenderly ministering to her
In February last Mr. Vose was reading
a weekly paper, when his attention whs
attracted bv the account of a case of
paralysis cured by the use of Dr. Wil
liams' rink nits, llie similarity of the
case decribed to that of his wife' at once
aroused the deep interest of Mr. Vose,
and he called his mother-in-law's atten-
ion to the published article. After
long consultation they decided to send
for the pills' The beneficial efl'ect they
had upon Mrs. Vose was marked. From
being unable to stand she was so mater
ially strengthened that she could walk
without difficulty, and in other respects
her condition was mucli improved. The
beneficent results noticed in Mrs. Vose's
condition from a trial of the pills caused
both her husband and mother to consid
er trying theiu for their own complaints.
They tried them on the principle iliat
"if they don't cure they can't hurt," but
before each had unished their nrst box
they had felt such relief that they came
to believe that the pills not only could
not hurt, but were actually and spsedily
To the Herald reporter who was sent
to investigate his remarkable cure, Mr.
Vope pave a detailed account of his long
illnws and subsequent recovery. He
oegan nis narrative oy saving :
"I am not anxious to get into the pa
pers in this or any other connection,
but, as I wrote the Dr. Williams' Medi
cine Co., I have felt such happy results
from the taking of Pink Pills that I am
willing, if my experience will help any
one else, to state how they benefited
me. I am 37 years old, and 15 years of
this time 1 have spent in railroading on
the Fitch burg railroad on the Winchen
don and Peterboro branch. For the past
three years I have been engineer of the
train which connects Boston trains at
Winchendon. 1 have been troubled
with a weak stomach from my boyhood.
In fact, there never was a time when in
my remembrance when I was not more
or Uvs troubled from that source.
".Seven years ago. however, the com
plaint became greatly aggravated from
the nature of my .work and other causes,
and I suffered greatly from it. My
stomach would not retain food, my
head ached constantly, there was a dim
ness or blurr before my epes most of the
time, and my head used to becomo so
dizzy I could scarcely stand. On getting
up in the morning mv head swam so I
was frequently obliged to lie down again.
I had a most disagreeable fieart-burn,
continuous belching of gas from t he
stomach, a nasty coating of tho mouth
and tongue, and my breath was most
offensive. J consulted physicians in
Peterboro, and took their medicines for
two years, inn was helped so slightly by
t hem that at the end of thaiiime I gave
up in discouragement, and let the dis
ease take care of itself for a long lime.
I grew worse as time went on. I have
been obliged to givo np my work many
a time for a week or two, and have
worked at other times when I ought to
have been at homo hi bed. I have lost
many months during the past seven
years and wonld bate Inst more only for
the fact that I stuck it out and would
not give up until I had to.
"My appetite then failed me, and
about four years age I began to notice
a fluttering of my heart, which grew so
bad after a while that I could not walk
any distance without a violent palpita
tion and complete loss or breath. The
pains in mv stomach, from indigestion
lasted two or three days at a time. I
lost considerable flesh, and before long
I noticed that my kidneys were affected.
This came from my work on the engine,
I know, as many railroad men are
troubled in tho same way. I had awful
pains in the small of my back, and was
obliged to make water many times dur
ing the day.
"I resolved to go back to the doctors
again, though their treatment had done
me no good before, i was told that med
icine was no good for me, that what I
needed was a long rest. I could not take
too long a vacation, being compelled to
work for my living, and so I kept along,
taking what stuff the doctors prescribed
but feeling no hotter, except for a day or
two at a t ime.
'Finally mv legs an I hands began to
ache and swell with rheumatic pains,
and I found I couldn't sleep at night. If
I lav down, my heart would go pit-a-pat
at a great rate, and many nights I did
not clo.o my eyes at all.
'I was broken down In body and dis
couraged in spirit, when sometime in
February last, 1 was reading in the
Montreal Family Herald and Weekly
Star, which wc take everv week, of the
great cures made by Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills for Pale People. I got a couple of
boxes for my wife to see if she would bo
helped any by them, and then I tried
them myself. I did not put much stock
in them at first, but before I had finish
ed the first box I noticed that I was
feeling better. The palpitation of mv
heart, which bad bot tiered me so that 1
couldn't breathe at time, began to im-1
prove. I saw that in going to mv home
on the hill from the depot, which was
previously an awful task, my heart did
not beat so violently an ! I had more
breath when I reached the house. Af
ter the second and third boxes I grew
better in every other respect My stom
ach grew stronger, tho gas belching was
not so bad, my appetite and digestion
improved, and mv sleep became nearly
natural and undisturbed. I have con
tinued taking the pills three times a dav
ever since last March, and today I am
feeling better than at any time during
tho past eight-years.
' I can confidently and conscientiously
say that they have done me more good
and their good effects are more perman
ent, than anv other medicine I have
ever taken. My rheumatic pains in
legs and hands are all gone. The pains
in the small of my bak. which were so
bad at limes that I couldn't stand up
up straight, have nearly all vanished,
and I find my kidr.evs are well regulat
ed by them. This is an effect not chim
ed for the pills in the circular, but in mv
ca-o they brought it about. I can now
go no any hill without the slightest dis-iref-sor
palpitation or loss of breath,
and am feeling 100 per cent, better in
every chape and manner.
"lhey have been a saving of money
to me, for si nee 1 began their use I havo
i.ot been obliged to Jose much time
aay from work. I am si ill taking tho
pilN, and mean to continue them until I
am certain my cure ha thorough and
las iog one."
After talking with Mr. Vose at tho d
pot where bis engine was in waiting,
the reporter went to the house where
Mrs. Holt, the other patentfor whom
the pills have dono ho much, received
him and gave an extended account of
her experience with them. Mrs, Holt
"I am 57 years old, and for 14 years
past I have had an intermittent heart
trouble. Three years ago I had nervous
prostration, which left me with a num
ber of ailments, for which I have been
doctoring unsuccessfully ever sinco. My
heart trouble was increased so badly bv
the nervous prostration that, had to lie
down most of the time. My stomach
also gave out, and I had continual and
intense rain from the back of my neck
to the end of mv backbone. I went to
physicians in Jeffrey, Newport, Aleted.
Acton and here in Peterboro, but mv
health continued so miserable that I
gave doctors in despair and lost faith in
medicine altogether. I began to take
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills last winter,
more from curiosity than because I be
lieved they could help me, but the first
box made me feel ever so much better.
I have taken the pills since February
last, and they have made me feel like a
new woman. The terrible pains in my
spinal coiumn and in the region of mv
liver are gone, and I believe for good.
My palpitation has only troubled me
three times since I commenced using the
pills, and my stomach now perforins its
functions without giying me the great
distress which formerly followed every
thing I ate. The pills have acted differ
ently from any other medicine I ever
took in my life. I hauo tried every thing
doctors' medicines, patent medicines,
sarsaparillas, and homoeopathic doses.
In 14 weeks three years ago I -po.ti ?300
for doctors' bills and medi i ci unu
since then have put out as mucu in ore
money, but the relief I ob'ained, if any,
was only temporary.
"With" these pills, however, the effects
are different. They are not cathartic
like other pills I have taken, but seem
to act directly upon th.) stomach and
liver without any looseningof the bowels.
My sleep, too, has wonderfilly improved
since I began their me. For a long time
before I took these i ilh I lost sleep
night after night with my heart and
pains in my back.
"My improvement in health is a
source of remark on the part of those
who have known how sick I was. My
husband, who didn't know I was taking
the pills, is delighted at the noticeable
betterment in my health, and upon
learning the cause of it urged mo to con
tinue the use of the pills. Thisimpnl.se,
however, is wot necessary, as I have been
too sick in the past not to fully appre
ciate the value of a remedy that has
done mo so much good. Dr. Williams'
Pink Pilh are certainly a grand medi
cine, and from my experience with them
I can cheerfully and cordially recom
mend them to anv one who i.s troubled
with heart palpitation, indigestion, liver
complaint, and the many illseon-eqtieiit
upon nervous prostration."
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are not a pat
ent medicine in the sense in which
that term is usually understood, but ar
a scientific preparation, successfully used
in general practice for many years be
fore being offered to the publicgeneraby.
They contain in a condensed form all
the elements necessary to give new life
and richness to the blood, and restore
shattered ncrvts. They are an unfailing
specific for such d.scases as locomotor
ataxia, partial paralysis, St' Vitus' dance,
sciatica, neuralgia, rheumatism, nervous
headache, the after affects of la grippe,
palpitation of the heart, tho tired feeling
resulting from nervous prostration ; all
diseases depending upon vbiated bu
rners in tne blood, such as scrofula,
chronic erysipelas, etc.
They are also a specific for troubles
peculiar to females, such as suppressions,
irregularities, and all forms of we kness.
They build up the blond and restore the
glow of health to pale or fallow cheeks.
In the case of men they effect a radical
cure in all cases arising from mental
worry, overwork or excesses of what
ever nature. They are manufactured by
the Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Schenec
tady, N. Y., and Brockville, Ont., and
are sold in boxes (never in loose form by
the dozen er hundred) at 50 cents a box
or six boxes for $2.50, and may bo had of
all druggists or direct by mail from Dr.
Williams' Medicine Co. from either ad
dress. The price at which these pills aro sold
makes a courso of treatment compara
tively inexpensive as compared with
other remedies or medical treatment.
In tho matter of the estato of llortlia Illuth
Wo, tlio undorslf?no(l, having been appointed
by tho Hon. Matthew Hush, Judjjo of Probate In
nhd for the County of Shiawassee, State of
Michigan, Commissioners to receive, examine
and adjust all claims and demands of all persons
nrrnlniil Aiil fHtflt.f h(l tlflrchV ptvO tinlll'H Ml lit
wo will meet at tho ofllco of Fred Edwards, In
the City of Owosso, In said county, on Monday,
tho 17th day of April, 1MM, and on tho 17th day
of July, A. V., 1H3, nt ten o'clock in tho foro
noon of each of said days, for the purpose of
receiving and adjusting all claims against said
estate, and that six months from the 10th day
of January, ISM, are allowed to creditors to pro
nent their claims to said commissioners for ad
justment and allowance.
LiaiCU tno S.W oay Ol .mnunry, t. !..
Thomas J. IIorsman, .
50.rOP) ACAS IT WILL. NOTCUHEt j
It is an agreeable Laxative for the Dowels ;
can be made into a Tea for use In ope minute.
i rum sou , duo. huh ri.iw per packBR-e.
TFaf TTaf An Elegant Toilit Powdeh
for tho Teeth and Breath S&o.
In the matter of the estate of Alonzo D. Sar
We, the undersigned, having bwen appointed
by the Hon. Matthew Hush, Judge of l'robato
in and for the County of Shiawassee, State of
Michigan, Commissioners to reoslve. examine
and adjust all claims and demands of all persons
against said estate, do hereby give notice that
we will meet at tho otiice of Stearns V. Smith, in
the city or Owosso, in sum county, on Monday,
the 24th day of April, lHltf, and on tho 21th day
of July, A. D 1S93, ut ten o'clock In the fore
noon of each of said days, for tho purpose of
receiving und adjusting all claims against said
estato, and that six months from the d day
oi January, iim, are auowea 10 creuuors to pre
sent their claims to said commissioners for ad
justment, and illowance.
Dated the 25th day of Janunrv, A. D., 1S93.
Thomas J. IIoksman,
STATE OF MICHIGAN, I Bvl
COUNTY OF SHI AWASSKK, f t,s
At a session of tho Probate Court for Knit!
County, held at the Probato oftlce, in tho City of
v,u uuiiu uu iuuuuuj, lao diu uuy ui c eoruary,
in the year of our Lord one thousand eight
hundred und ninety three.
Present Matthew Hush. Judge of Protmte.
In the matter of the estate of Frederick Hurk
hardt, decoased. Charles 13. Linzey, executor
ui num esiuie, comes inio court ana represents
that ho is now prepared to render final account
us such executor.
Thereupon It is ordered, that Monday, the
6th day of March next, at ton o'clock in the
forenoon, be assigned for the examining and
allowing of such account, and that the heirs ut
law of said deceased, und all other persons inter
ested In said estate, are required to appear at a
session of said Court, then to be holden In the
Probato ofllce, in the City of Coruuna and show
cause, if any there bo, why the said account
should not be allowed. And it is further order
ed, that said executor give notice to the per
sons interested in said estate, of the pendency
of said account 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 pre
vious to said day of hearing. .
Judge of Probate.
By Kathkuine K. Kelsey,
Tho dates of examinations for teachers' certt-
ncates ror the ensuing year will be as follows :
Special examination, August m, IHW.
" " October28, l8iJ.
Regular " March 2-3, 1W.
Special " March SI, 18M.
" " April 28, lsSM.
Regular " August 3-4, 18U3.
The studies required for third grade certifi
cates ore Arithmetic, Grammar, Civil Govern
ment. U. S. Hlrttorv. Phvalolnirv. Orthnfrunhv.
Iteading, Penmanship, Geography and Theory
and Art of Teaching. For second grade, in ad
dition to third grade branches, Algebra and Nat
ural l'htiosophy are required. For first grade
the requirements are second grade branches and
Botany, Geometry ond General History. No
applicant can bo excused from any branch, and
on a failure in one branch the nnnlicant will bo
required to rewrite in all in which tho standing
was Deiow w porcent. or secona grade the
applicant must have taught successfully six
months, and for first grade one year. Tho
standing required for third grade is an average
of 75 per cent, with not less than 75 in Arithme
tic, Grammar and Orthography. For second
grade an average Is required of 85 per cent In
Arithmetic, Grammar und Algebra. For first
grade the averago required is W), with not less
than 90 in Arithmetic, Grammar, Algebra and
Geometry. AH examinations will be held utCo
D. C. Coopku, Owosso,
H. Kihkk Whitk, Owosso,.
Hcpson Sheluon, Corunna,
Whereas, default has been made in the pay
ment of the money secured by a mortgage dated
the thirtieth day of August, In tho year A. I).
1H), executed by Alphonso Keed, (unmarried)
of the city of Owosso, Stuio of Michigan, to
Nelson 1). Morehouxe, of Saratoga Springs, in
the Stato of New York, which said mortgage)
was recordod in tho ollice of tho register of
deeds of the county of Shiawassee, in Liber 4
of mortgages, on page 2M, on tho tlrst day of
September, In the year A. I). 1SH), at 7 o'clock a.
m., and whereas the amount claimed to be duo
on said mortgage at the date of this notice is the
sum of six hundred and sixty-live dollars and
sixty-seven cents, of principal, interest and
taxes paid by the mortgagee, nnd the further
sum of thirty-five dollars us an attorney fee
stipula'ed for In said mortgage, und which is
the wholo amount claimed to be unpaid on said
mortgage, and no suit or proceedings having
been instituted at law to recover the debt now
remaining secured by said mortgage, or any
part thereof, whereby the power of sa!o con
tained in said mortgage has becomo operative.
Now, therefore, notice is hereby given, that by
virtue of tho said power of sale, nnd in pursu
ance of tho statute in such cases made nnd pro
vided, the said mortgage will be foreclosed by
u sale of the premises, therein described, nt
public auction, to tho highest bidder, at the
front door of the court house in tho city of
Corunna. in said county of Shiawassee, on the
twenty fifth of April next, at ten o'clock in tho
forenoon of that day; which said premises aro
described in said mortgage as follows, to-wit:
All that certain piece or parcel of land slttiato
and being in tho city of Owosso, county of Shia
wassee and State ot Michigan, and described as
follows to-wit: Tho north half of lots number
eighteen und nineteen, (except a pieco of land
off tho north-east corner of tho north half of lot
number nineteen, sold to the Toledo, Ann Arbor
& North Michigan Railway Company) all in
Louisa Meriil's udditlon to tho city of Owosso,
Dated this 27th day of January, A. D., 189.1.
Nelson D. Moukhoiise,
S. F. Smith, Mortgagee.
Attorney for Mortgagee.
Whereas, default has been mado in tho pay
ment of tho money secured by a mortgage dated
the 14th day of October, in tho year A. p. tswi,
executed by Joseph- Bertram!, and Adelta Ber
tram!, his wife, of the city of Owosso, Michigan,
to M. L. Stewart & Co., of tho same place,
which sold mortgage was recorded in tho otllce
of tho regist er of deeds of tho county of Shia
wassee, in litter ftl of mortgages, on page 22, on
the 2A1 day of October, in the year A. D. 1801, nt
7 o'clock in the forenoon. And whereas, tho said
mortgage has been duly assigned by the said
M. L. Stewart & Co.. (viz. Matthias L. Stewart
and Charles D. Stewart,) to James II. Laverock,
by assignment bearing date the 3iith day of
April, in the year A. D. 189.', and recorded in tho
oftlce of tho register of deeds of tho said county
of Shiawassee, on tho 15th day of November, A.
D. lti'J-, at 3 o'clock p. m. in liber M of mort
gages, on page 108, and the same is now owned
And whereas, tho amount claimed to bo due
on said mortgago ut the date of this notice, Is
tho sum of ono hundred nnd thirteen dollars
and thlrty-thrco cents, of principal and interest,
and the further sum of twenty dollars, as an at
torney feo stipulated for in said mortgago.
and which is tho wholo amount claimed to bo
unpaid on said mortgage nnd no suit or pro
ceedings having been instituted ut law to re
cover the debt now remaining socureM by said
mortgage, or any part thereof, whereby the
power of salo contained in said mortgago has
Now, therefore, notleo ts hereby given, that
by virtue of tho said power of sale, und in pur
suance of the statuto in such ease mado and
provided, tho said mortgago will be foreclosed
by n sale of tho premises therein described, nt
public auction, to tho highest bidder, at the
front door of tho court house in tho city of
Corunna, in said county of Shiawassee, on the
6th day of April next, at ten o'clock in the fore
noon of that day, which said premises aro de
scribed in said mortgage ns follows, towlt:
All that certain piece or parcel of land situate
in the city of Owosso, in tho county of Shiawas
see and State of Michigan, and described ns fol
lows, towtt: The south half of lots eighteen
and nineteen, in L. A. Gould's subdivision of
out lot number four.
Dated this 6th day of January. A. D. 1893.
S. F. Smith, Attorney,
James H. Laverock, Assignee.
Kipans Tahulcs aro always ready.
Kipans Tabulcs prolong life.
OCTOBER 23, 1892.
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om -SUM .a
a h g tfl a
u. m. a. m. p. m. p. ru. p. m.
Detroit Lv 0 60 10 mi 4 05 8 45 10 46
MilwaukeeJct 7 10 n 10 4 85 9 05 u OS
Fontiac 7 68 13 ou 5 07 0 SO 19 11
Holly 8 43 13 45 5 81 10 80 1 14
Duruiid g 35 1 50 60 11 10 8 13
Owosso 10 00 9 17 7 17 Q 2 45
Ionia 11 4 3 6G 8 55 E 5 10
p.m. -1 2
Lowell li 17 4 SI 0 24 3- 8 60
Grand Rapids 1 00 5 10 lOSu: 7 05
G. K. & 1. Jet 1 05 5 1J 10 25 OS 7 10
Forrysburg a 05 6 10 p . 8 20
G'd Haveu 3 10 6 15 8 23
Mllw by Str
O U3 US n A
G'd Haven Lv,
G. 11, & I. Jet
- 3 05
tSTChair & Sleeper Car Service.
Eastward No. 13 has Pullman Sleeper Chica
go to Detroit. No. 14 has Porlor Buffet
Car, Grand Rapids to Detroit. No. 18 has
Parlor Car, (Extra charge 25 cents). No. 83 has
Wagner Sleeper, Grand Rapids to Detroit daily.
Westward No. 11 has Parlor Car, (Extra
charge 25 cents). No. 15 has Parlor Buffet
Cur, Detroit to Grand Rapids. No. 17 has
Pullman Sleeper, Detroit to Chicago. No. 81
has Wagner Sleeper, Detroit to Grand Rapids.
TOLEDO, SAGINAW & MUSKEGON R'Y
Trains leave Owosso Junction, west: Mail 2:26
p.m.; Mixed, 6:15 a. m. Trains arrive from
west : Express, 6 :50 p. m. ; Mixed, 7 :00 p. m.
C If J J3 & 111 WO TRUNK RAILWAY
Going West: For Chicago and West,
Lv. Owosso. .9:05 a. m....Lv. Durand.. 9:35 a. m
" " ..1 :20p.m.... " " ..2:22p.m.
" " ..6:05p.m.... " ..6:50p.m.
For Pt. Huron and Eust Lv. Durand 9:30 a. m.;
6:03 a. m. ; tf :35 p. m. ; 0:50 p. m. : 10:20 p. m.
CINCINNATI, SAGINAW & MACKINAW
Owosso Lv. 9 05 a.m. 6 05 p. m
Flsuhing 9 54 7 10
Saginaw 10 45 8 00
Bay City Ar. 11 3a 8 45
JNO. W. LOUD, BEN FLETCHER,
Traffic Manager. Trav. Pass. Agent.
E. WYKES, Local Agent.
iNN ARB0 Y
TitAlXS SOUTH SMS a. m.; 5:55 p. m.
TUAIXS XOHTil 10:00 a. in., 7:25 p. m.,
Sunday only leaves Owosso at 5:00 p. m.,
arrives from south at 12:"0 p. m.
H. W. BENNETT, CLARK GIBSON, Agt,
Gen. Pass. Agt, Toledo. Owosso
ine magara tails Route."
8 AGIN A W DIVISION.
OWOSSO TIME CAW).
Chicago Express leaves 8:28 a. m., arrives in
Jackson 11:50 a. m., Chicago 4:30 p. m.
Chicago Express, daily, leaves 9:33, arrives in
Jackson 1 1 :50 p. m., Chicago 7 :55 a. m. Through
Sleeper (Bay City to Chicago).
Owosso Accomodation loaves 2:00 p. m., arriv
ing in J ackson 5 :20,
Bay City Express, dally, leaves 6:02 a. m
arlves at Bay City 8:10 a. m.
Marquetto Express leaves Owosso 7:11 p. m
arrives at Bay City 9 :23 p. m.
Owosso Accomodation leaves Jackson 10:05:
arrives at Owosso 13 m.
Saginaw nnd Bay City loaves 2:25 p. m. and
arrives at Saginaw 4 p. m., Bay City, 4:35 p. m.
II. D. Swayze, Agent, Owosso.
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MONEY TO LOAN
IN SUMS OF $1000.00 AND OVER
on Improved Farm or City Property. Long
Time, Low Interest, Reasonable Terms.
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The Hannan Real Estato Exchange,
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