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The Owosso Times,
OW0980. Kill HAY SEPT. IS, lssi LOCAL 1TEWS l'tom M is. I. L. CklMHtM. tr. AMy B uch of BaMfOfl is in town. Mr. Arthur Chipinun is fretting ready to build a dwelling house in Wtut Owosso. iivr. W. L. Faruum and family arc ex IktUU home next week. AlbtTt CUipmau k builditij, a rtwfej'.lpi house iu Wcet Owosso for Mr. Uobbius. Do uot fail to heed the call tor aid for the lire Miili rcis from Mrs. II. L. Chipmun of Bad Axe. John Fostelle as Mrs. Partington, nl Opera Hall, Wednesday evening. Sept. 2S. Miss May Williams has gone to visit frinuN in .Newark N.J. Miss Nellie Gates is absent from the kcity visiting in Detroit and Canada. Rev. Mr Morley closes his labors with the Baptist church of this city next Sunday. Mr. S. F. Lamfrom ink-nils to purchase a home and return with Ids family to Owosso to live. Mrs. Broad has engaged a first class dress maker. Cutting md perfect lltting done by S. T. Taylor's system. New fall and winter millinery goods in nil the new styles and shades at Mrs. Broads. Ph ase give us a call. Miss Anna Gould lias recovered her health so she intends to resume tenchimr mext Monday. Mrs. Turner of Bancroft has been in Owosso the past week visiting nt Judge Turner's. Those having infant's clothing for the Bad Axe box please leave it with Mrs. I. M. Chipman. Up to last night Mr. E V. Smith of the .J. L. & S. R. R. hd sold over 200 tickets from Owosso to Jackson. The Union Agriculture Society will hold -it's fifth anual meeting, on Tuesday, Wed nesday and Thursday October 11, 12 and 13. 1881, at Ovid . The Vernon school opens, Prof.Plunketi principal' with promise of a very successful year. There is -a good attendance of "for eign" scholars. Mr. A. J. Patterson sent $51, the proceeds of a dance given in his hotel last Monday evening to II. L. Chipman of Bad Axe to be distributed among the fire sufferers. Rev. Mr. Perry commenced his labors at the Cong, church in tfcll city last Sunday. The church has been thoroughly repaired and renovated. Everything about i; is now in excellent order. One of the most promising features for a good County Fair is this: The olliccrs are more widely scattered over the county thi.s year than ever before and each one is working up an interest in his own locality Rev. E. W. Shaw of Vernon, was a wel come visitor at the Times office yesterday Mr. and Mrs. Shaw were en route for Jackson to attend the State Fair and also to visit Mr. Shaw's aged father, a pioneer of that city. Mrs W.K.Tillotson left this city Wednes day with her two daughters to place them nt school at Maph-wood Institute Pittsfleld, .Mass. The party were joined at Vernon station by Mrs N. G, Phillips and daughter Abbic, who is also going to school at Ma plewood. During the absence of Sheriff Smith his Tfriends assembled in full force, at his home in Corunna, Saturday evening, and wel corned him home with birthday congratu lations. Before the close of this pleasant party, Mr. McGrath, in a very appropriate speech presented Mr. and Mrs. Smith with two elegant easy chairs. Our streets are to be lighted with gaso line lamps. At a meeting of the Common Council, last evening, the Mayor was in structed to negotiate for a number of street lamps to be put up in the city on trial, for thirty day3, and to be paid for at that time if they prove satisfactory. This is an im provement which has long been needed in the city. Our accomplished young friend, Miss Sarah Brewster, who is well known here as a very successful teacher, is about to open . a kindergarten school a Thomasville, Ga., in conjunction with Madam Grant, of that city. Miss Brewster is a yoi.ng lady of rare culture and refinement, very thoroughly qualified for the difficult specialty of kind crgart.cn instruction, and who fnlly deserves and en joys the countenance and friendship of our best people. We wish her abundant success in her new field, improved health, and a speedy return to Jacksonville - .Iticl--aohville Daily Union. Bad am:, Sept. is 1861 . To ra owosso Buuy Oomnttoi: 1 have my house filled with the I iffeiwjl from the tire who h;, e no home, l elothes and no money to do with. Father C!iipinan cued ulr.it aM ttOal deeded up here. 1 thought If YOU WOttld take these famtl'i s uponyottl ehreetO provide for and to lit up so they cvuhl go to housekeeping, you would IM doing a noble deed. I hey are nice people and bed things in good ibepe i efore the Are. Aj rou are willimrtolu h i he sulien rs would it not 1 as agn cable to you to know just who you were fitting out, and if you were supplying two houses why, you would know about what was needed, certainly, to keep bouse with. As yet these families have but each a blanket and a few old clothes. 'Now 1 will tell you of the families. The Porter fam ily consists of Mr. and Mrs. James Porter. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ganor (their daughter and her husband) and a Miss Mary Sullivan, .Mrs. Porter's daughter by her Hrst butband, that makes live in that family. Mr. Ganor is a carpenter, lie lost all his tools. Now for the second family. It consists of six persons, they lived together before the fire and being relatives will a gam; Mr. and Mrs. John Murphy and a four-year' old little girl and Mrs.Murphj 's brother, his name is Cataline, and wife and a three-weeks' old babe. Mr. Cataline car ried his poor sick wife one mile on his back during the fire and laid her beside a creek and kept pouring water on a blanket that covered lier and would throw water over himself to keep from burning. The babe wits cared for by others. Mrs. Cata line did not have a mouthful to cat until the next afternoon, then they gave her OHM milk in an old can which had been used to gather potato bugs in. Now these families including another young babe, en tircly destitute of clothing, make just twe lve. Will you see what you can do to get them thinsrs together to keep house with. If you choosq you can send some one with the things, or send direct to the parties as you choose Some counties send on their committee and it is more satisfactory to all here who have been burned out. Understand me please the twelve mentioned will occupy two boo Sea, 1 ha-e another family here also. Their names are Mr. and Mrs. James Cataline. rhey have four children, three boys and a girl; but I am in hopes Vernon people will do for them, as Mrs. C. was born and brought up there, Mr . Garrison, of Ver non, has written her father to see what is needed. A poor widow woman was just in and cried like a child telling me every thing of hers was burned. Her sewing ma chine she feels the worst about, as she earned herliving for herself and two children with that. One of her children, a girl 8 years of age is a crippled child, the other a boy. This widow's name is Mrs. Mc Leod. Please let me hear from you. Mm. II. L. Chipman. Proclamation. Opera House, Owosso. ONE NIGHT ONLY, WEDNESDAY, SEPT, 28, Kalkulate this '11 Operate" CHARLES FOSTELLE In his Great Creation of MRS. PARTINGTON, Written expressly for hiinliy Ji UAH M fca M's. In,, of New York city. Sup ported by a esleoUd company of TALENTED COMEDIANS. Under the personal management of 3T C. -W-ZIITiTE-S-. SYNOPSIS: ACT I, Mrs. Partington-Kitcheii-Mon-day Morning) Wash I);iv Kpeet:ition. ACT II. Mrs. Partington's front yard Visitors Tiiurndav ifiernoon afiiarepre Mutation. ACT ill. -Clara Hastings Home -Boston Mrs. Partington nets out Cute Conglomeration, act IV. Mrs, Pwt Ingtoo'S back yard-Tin; Ilipeds and Quad rapedl at hoiiK'-Healiatiou. RESERVED SEATS - - 78c GENERAL ADMISSION - - 60c Seats now on Sale at OSBURN & SONS' Store. 1881 Early Autumn. JUST RECEIVED A CAR LO D OF SUPERIOR DRILLS Health, strength, nnd ricor riven, and miraculous cures effected, by using Brown's Iron Bitters. Its sale is immetia -. Til I A ST HAS IMJOVKN T 1 1 K M , the res ei) sustains them, and the- future can but confirm them as the best-Rhinehart'a Worm Loaeneca What Killed Our President. The day the sad news of our noble Pres ident's (h ;ith reached my ears I discovered the cause that killed him. In attending to my business I read a plain law to an offl cial character andj with a long string of oaths he said, "I do not care for law." As a young MM he belongs to the class we have raised and who now step upon the platform of action. The want of reverence for law and Men in a llhoritv. our custom of slandering our leaders, our want of culti vating the organ of reverence Europe so earnestly cultivates, has killed our noble President All editors should draw this spirit before the high court of human con cieno, find it guilty, and condemn it to the most ignominious death. JonN Stoureh. Notice. I will sell for the next thirty days wall p;iier at greatly reduced prices to close out, and make room for new goods. G. W. LORING. r Mrs. Annie A. Smithton of Auburn. N. Y., writes: "I had doctored for years and tried various advertised remedies for my omplaint, which was general prostration. I believe 1 suffered every ill that flesh is heir to. The least exertion caused the greatest fatigue. I was tormented with I ! ii and every irregularity. My blood seemed poisoned, pimples and sores were all over my body, nothing I tried ev er gave me moi than mere temporary re lief, and I felt myself growing worse and worse. Mr. Reynolds, the drntrgist. ad vised me to use Brown's Iron Bitters. i ron the wry start i bteftn lo hnproett now I do not feel like the same woman. To tiik Peotm,i; of the CiTvoH Owosso: Monday the 2(th inst. has been appoint ed for holding the funeral services of our late president, General James A. Garfield, and as a just tribute to his memory and to the position which he filled as Chief Mag istrate of the Nation I therefore suggest that business be suspended on that day, and the hours set for the last solemn rites be dedicated to religious services. C. II. Cosritt, Owosso, Sept. 22. 1881. Mayor. In accordance with the above proclama tion, the committee, consisting of Messrs. W. M. Kilpatriek, J. W. Turner, James Osburn, S. F. Smith and N. McBain, hav ing in charge the arrangements for Un suitable observance of the day of President Garfield's funeral, announce that service, in which all the churches of the city are invited to take part, will be conducted bv Rev. F. Matiau, at Opera Hall, 11 O'ejock A. M., Monday, Sept. 20. Music in charge of Mr. C. C. Duff. Sunday School Institute The first Sunday School Institute of Genesee conference of Congregational churches, is to be held at Bay City, begin ninjj Tuesday evening Sept. 27, and clos ing Thursday eveniug following. The fall meeting of Genesee conference and also the Woman'3 Missionary society arc to occur at the same time and place, in con nection with that Institute. The program promises a very interesting meeting. Del egates have been appointed from the Con gregational church in this city. The pub Vtt are cordially invited. Thinkers will rend and Heed this, When our most experienced and practi cal physicians widely endorse nnd reCOM mend a medicine knowing from the ingte dients used it must have an excellent gener al effect on Ihe human system, and be a true Strengthen? of every organ of life, and recognized as nature's best assistant n curing dyspepsia, indigestion, general debil ity, nervous prostration, want of vitality.' convalescence, fevers, chronic chills and fever, dumb ague, female diseases. broken down constitutions, ill health, Weakness, debility, imperfect action of life ai d health, cot., all of which niak life miser able; then indeed should the newspaper press of the country call the attention of suffering humanity to so meritorious a coin pound. We refer tO Brown's Iron Bitters; a remedy having the largest sale in the East of any medicine everinvented. simply he cause it has true merit and gives pi nna ncnt relief.-HnnAi.D Hill's Buchu is acknowledged by all Druggists as the best kidney medicine ev er offeted to the pnbiic. '-.nu ! rinllin wliw-li rivoa riur to tnnnv VUHOilfUIKfU ......... " ....... graver troubles, is cured and prevented by Carter s Little idver mis, What They are Coming To Monv noranna ilo not know that thev are endangering their lives by neglecting to keen tue howeia ireeano neauiiy in icuoa, Nothing is as pleasant and sure to do it as Khinehnrt's Liver Pills. Fever nnd Ague. ,Jo1tvMi' SariiiKirilJd is the only med that will exoel Mra ru, (Jnini f, I" dine "in! othi r jttnmm which are given in large quantities for fever and Ague. aiid( very often leave the patient on the brink of the "rave. . All such cases are speedily ew I bv Johnston's Extract of Yellow 1 1 k Dandelion, ftc, Inpoutant to nt a vzuuts Special in ducements Br offered you by the Burling ton Route. It will pay you to rend their advertisement to be found elsewhere in thi.s issue. The Truth, the Whole Truth, and Noth ing but the Truth. If you are suffering from poor health or languishing on a bed of sickness, take cheer, for 1 1.unilton's German Bitters will cure you If you feel weak and dispirited, without clearly knowing why, Gkkm n Bittkus will re vive you. If you feel your system needs cleansing, toning or strengthening, German Bitten what you nevd. If you are old, and your pulse is IVelile, your nerves i:n steady and your faculties waning, Ham ilton's (Jerman Bitters will" give vou new life and vigor. Price 00c per hottle. Sold by J. fl. Dellart & Co., Vernon, Mich. ZLSToat- GrOOCLs. Physicians Endorse Them. MusivKoo.v.Mu ii., July 13, 1877. Rhinehart Medicine Co. Gentlemen: Will you send me a gross of your Liver Pillar would tike them al once m raj supply is exhausted, and BOUie of on: pii v-su-ians to whom I recommend tin in l r trial are writing prescriptions for them in their practice. Oae of them speaking -! them, the other day, said, " They are so mild, yet so efficient." lam entirely out of them, and would like them as soon ns possible. Yours, &.. A. G. .1 EPSON. ST ATM OF Ml HIG N. I COUNTY OF BHIAWASSU-:. s 88 In the matter of thu OStafS of Maty K. Wlcknj( dap tied Notice It hereby j,'iven. Unit In pursuance (fan order granted toiie- uudenlanctn AdtnloUtrator of the estftte of the said M uy 10. WieUnir, bv the hod. .1 inJe f Probate tor the county t Whl mratsee, on the 11th uy of April A.P. 1JS1, there wu' Ik sold at pulili-' vetdne, t the bijrh est Mdd . at the PottoMcti In the city o( On In the county of Lthlawaixtee. tn MtUl Atate, on Thursday, the ath day of October, A. D, IW1 at mil; o'l.ioek in the iifternoouol that day mih jeet to all SAcembrancet by mortftiigp or other wise exltting at the time f the death mid deceased, or al the time of sale.) the following I bed real est.tie, to wtt j all the right, title, and interest in Mid estate of Man E. Wl deceased, of in and L Lot elKht. (S. in I.I , i; t . i")i of Oorostock'fl addition to the city of Ow tso, in the county of BhlawataM and ntute of Mich igan. ISTHgLBKRT WICKINO, Administ.-.v.or lated, Oorunna, Bept 1st A. D. 188. 'A PTNE SELECTION OF SUITINQS, Nobby Pants Patterns, GOOD . WORKMEN, SPLENDID TRIMMINGS, NOBBY FALL HATS, BOSTON GARTERS. SHtBTS AND KECK-TIES, Night Shirts, - A.T- Geo. H. Bedford, CARRIAGE and SIGN PAIHTEE, QWOSfiOj MICH. Please Leave Orders -lOR- WOOD AT THE OWOSSO PLANING MILL OFFICE. In All cases have Gish afssoropiiny the Order. L K. VVOODAttD. GET THE BEST! LEAD ALL OTHERS ! Every Style & Price. Guaranteed Unequaled FOR OPERATION. ECONOMY. DURABILITY and WORKMANSHIP. XmproTemeuts ani CoaTenlencca found In no others. Always Reliable. POPULAR EVERYWHERE. For Sain in Erery City and Taws a the Unitod fftnta. We again conlially greet the public and herewith make our acknowledg ments to our many friends and pal QUI, all of whom, we are 6ure, will be glad to hear that the SUPERIOR still maintains its proud but well-earned position In the forefront of grain drills. The year past was more fruitful than any preceding one with triumphs for our machine, and that is saying a good deal, for, since the first year of its introduction, its record has been such as to afford us unbounded gratification. Among the fanners of Shiawassee county the name " SUPERIOR " is is fast becoming a household word. In casting a glance backward over it, we have only one thing to regret, namely: that we were wholly unable last season to fill all the orders with which our friends so generously favored us. This is not by any means our first offense, yet we can, by way of extenuation, assure all interested that we did our utmost to supply the demand for our machines and failed only after every resource and facility for production was exhausted. More we could not do.. Hut we are getting an earlier and better start for the approaching season and think we will be in much better shape to respond to our promises, so far as supplying the de mands is concerned, than heretofore. For Further Particulars Inquire of GEORGE P. JENKINS, Owosso, ZMZioILi. $0 to S20 pel ii") -ll " ' Shihi) worth tr. c AddreBs Sanson ai Co. Portland. Mitioe. M I c il Itl AN CENTRAL RAIL U O A I). SAOINAW DIVISION. HUH TARXJL July 10, MM. NORTHWARD -:o: For a Fine Line of Faney ami Staple Groceries, Fall ait WTl Mi x lister's STATION Jaekaoo I. rIvm JaavtM. . .. Maaosi Holt 1,'Oisinc Vortli ballsing... . U.tii Lmntrvbart ' Bonningtun D. u .M. Cmaalnf j Ownmn Oakli,) h Clicmnlnjg Si. ( hMl ! fcnr mi w - V Bmi Bngliutw F & P. l ,!ni ctioi Silwauk'.H . i Buy i it v.. .. Ray City A Wholesale and Retail Grocers. OWOSSO, - - MICH. ELEGANT SILK STEP I3ST AND HAVE A l AT WESTLAKE'S July V Stewart's Bank Building. AT THE mm O F Toti Can Bixy- WALL PAPKR, CURTAINS, P.OOKS, LIBRARIES, BIRD CAGES, Cheaper than any where in the County. The Largest and Most Complete Stock of DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES DYE STUFFS, and NOTIONS. We Receive Goods Daily. We are Selling Goods at SMALL PROFIT. TRY US ! Remember the Store, OSBORN BROS., jVTau-LziL.Si:-, Owosso, DVHclx. Ju'y PERFECT FIT OR NO SA Li US, AT- WESTLAKE'S THE MERCHANT TAILOR, How Delicious and I'irgrant, asth.y are dispensed fiom Eufi's M Patent Tea Receptacle,' Mr.il T.OOju, 1 HQ K.UJ H. IB 8.:i0 885 8.57 0.20 i.2."i 0.40 0.52 I) ftfl lO.ltf io.-:s 10 IS !BAyCltyThrnti(rh jExpreaa Fn il t . i.4t 11.00 14. Ifias If. to 4,iri 1. !d 5.15 1.10 5.45 5.50 0.10 G.28 0.45 0.57 ( 7,17 7.20 7. A 5 8.00 8.20 0.00 o.i I l.Ofr 1 50 8.00 U.35 110 4 M I JU 0.45 7.::o 7.52 8.00 IJBU 10.00 11.10 1 1.40 0.15 1145 it 00 T.(ii B.0ii 112.45am 10.00 SOUTIIW API). STATIONS. U v (v. .. W ist Bny (. .iy .. EllwitultH' V.S:. P.M.Juink E isl y- ft'i .-,l Cilx . .. r-i. t lii'i CM h n t ?r On. ly' )V ,-t.c ' 1). A M. Oruaaku i i Benn'rirfor. fJill -h:::-r Biiltl Nut ih Luuaiug Lnntlng Holt..,. Maaoa RtfCt Junction Jaekaon Ai in k. i i 8,1 H 7.1: : ,0() 8.1 0 8.55 81B 0.10 1 25 s.40 lo.ea 10. 10 10.27 10.40 '1.20 11.45 (lliliV. rxi-rc baa Mail 0.OCM 5 fl 5 48 0.(0 0.00 0.40 7.0 7.';0 7. 52 i 55 I 8.10 j a jo 8 7 u on 0 80 8.00 10.03 10.40 11.05 ' u kaoa AN 10.00 10.48 11.05 11.15 11.45 12 5:,. 1.00 1.55 2,50 3.00 8 : 5 4 20 5.10 5.50 0.05 0.45 7.20 8.55 0.45 Trains Dally ewiept Sunday. mst, n. B. LEDYA11D. All V. B. Br Div. Supt., Bny City. Gui ! Manager. F. C Brown, Detroit Assist. General Supt.. JacSMD. II. C. Wbhtwobth, ( P. k. T. A , Chlcngn. iRm BITTERS BROl'N'S IRON BrTTERS are a certain euro for all diseases requiring a complete tonic; espe cially Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Inter mittent Fevers, Want of Appctito, Loss of Strength. I ah k of Kncrgy, etc. Enriches the blood, st rength ens the muscles, and gives new lite to the nerves. Acts like a charm on the digestive organs, removing all dyspeptic symptoms, such as tasting the food. Belching, Heat in the Stomach, Heartburn, etc. The only Iron Preparation that will not blacken the teeth or give headache. Sold by all Drug gists at $1.00 a bottle. BROWN CHEMICAL CO. Baltimore, Md. Bc that all Iron Mttert are mad bjr Banwa Cmanoai. Co. and hart eroded red Unci aad trade mark ea vrappc. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. A Skin of Beauty 13 a Joy Forever! DR. T. FELIX GOTJBAUD'3 Orisntal Cream or Magical Beantifler ic-i-m I fajaaajajaiajaaiaaaBj SffSSSi i 10! . TmoTC-.Tnn. rimplcii, Freckles, Moib-lanhc3, n I ovcry ! cm: - h ob beauty. Hhnftocd da yara,adtsw hnriuleat, we tasrto it to tio sure llioii:. ration Is pro parly made. Accept bo counterfeit of Fimltax name. Tho 1latin puinhrd Ar. i A. Say re, mai J to a lady cf the hnmt tm a patient): m Itt lifj trtit tttetfi rn, I re- rommmut OoitrmdP Vrm' rt' the hnrt harmful of all Miporlluoui hir vrithotit itijnry to t lie akin Mu. M. B T. OOURAUD. Sole Proprietor, Bond HJKI, Y. For Bate by all irnrvliit find fancy pooda .dealers thronhout the Uuited Butee. CanmUa and Er'Pe. M- Beware of baso Imitations winch i are atroad. We offer $1,000 re ward for the arrest and roof of aay one selling the aamc. OH Mx ! OH MY ! owosso, M1TH. Unbroken and FREE from DUST, DIRT and AIR; doing at 25, j5, 40, 50, and Ooc. 41 I3CI CROP OF BLACK TEA," On Sale at IH-FF'S s biff Guam nte Detroit I'riics .it Wholesale on TEA8 CRM KER8. MATCHES, STARCHES KIRK'S SOAPS, PHI1 ADEUH4IA SPICES, H-fc G. M. '.K A NO ICR'S 'lOBACC'O, fcr.. &c. Wholesale Aprenl for AUF.N PRUIT VINEGAR, MADE PROM HA 1 URAL GRAPK, Siffia of tflie .fassn Tvn illauia Co C. DUFF. JOHNSTON'SV SARSAPARILLA warn vm mm:, urstra And for Purify inc the Blood. T haa Kaan In nm far 20 voa.ru. and hM 1 prorea to oa tne own prwparamju m wr nVu..f faP RTP1T HV.A DAPWE. PAIN TN THE SIDE OR BACK. LIVER COM PLAINT, riMr'L.KB un mt rata. nvolll'IUIl PI! VI anil ml Tiim a ih.i fmm & Dlanri1rMl I Jar or a impure blood. . Thousand of our beat people lake u ana givo u to uiir mu dren. PhvsJcUna prfwribe it daily Thoae wno im it once, rwnmmriiu it. uw It Ii made from Yellow Dock. Honda raa Sarsaparilla, Wild Cherry, rttulinyia. Dandelion. 8aaafraa. Wiiteixrrn. and other well known valuable Roote and Herta It la strictly rrfertAbU. ana cm nt hurt the most aaiwaw m a if ia one of th h-st medkMnea in oae far It la aold bj all reT)onafb1e dnmcWe at one dollar for a quart bottle, or eta i...iti.. r.r M rlnllnrn. hi...hn ninnnt obtain a VioHla of thia medicine from thir druaylt m? aad ua one dollar, and we WW eead at to ti""in. A V. J0IRTBTC1T CO , Mmifcrtiwra, OTTWOtJ. for Bak bv i i ARK ILL, t'