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The Owosso Times,
IIWOHSO. Fill DAY. FEB. 3. Eh'srrt ill th, I (Mm in Otto: Mir,', trii'iiin!ition tUrough th nuiiU at M MMl dOM MMMI MNfft r. Ktliruary. Fine total hrf Boo Thomas' ud. Old p:ipcrn for hm!' II 1 1 1 i nfikc The Ifoong people are Mjtylttg the fine D. M. Estey was in Lunhiii:' on business Thursday. "Ward In;;t rsoll paid us u fraternal call lust week. The Misses Cora and Ivah Illnrk spent Monday in Landing. Ownun in fast coming to the front as manufacturing city. Mr. M. P. Cowl", of Lansing, was in the city last week on businesH. Mr. wham hlhs, of Mason, is visiting tho "boys" in Owosso this week. Immense Quantities of wood and lum b;r arc lx:ing brought into town. Mr. A. Purves, of Burton, visited friends in Owosso on Sunday last. We invite attention to the new ad. of Westlakc's. "The Merelianl Tailor." JV.Ibeit Howard, formerly of this county now of Clare Co., was in the city Mondav McIIhrdy has sold eight Jacksou wngons so far this week up to this Thursday a. ni Thk Times office has recently received Heveral calls from the fair sex. Come aiiin. Bev. Win. Sharp, of Caton, N. Y.. has ACct-pted a call from the Baptist church at Ch;.Baning. Tlic Owosso Band hasentert-d the first class in the contest nt the coining band tournament. , Mr. Geo. Kingsley, of Pittsford. N. Y visited relatives iu this city the first part of the week. Crystal Fount Lodge No. it, J, O.G.T of Hartwellville received 'M new members last Saturday niglit. Mrs. liorton, of St. Johns, a former resident of this city, lias beeu visiting her old friend here this wek. une flny during the past week eight turn, nmueq wiin einiuranis. passed over the D G. II. & M. railway. J. C. Stanley has opened a fish market In the rear part of the building formerly occupied by Gates Bro's. Dr. Tarkill was at Jackson on Wednes day attending the annual meeting of the State Temperance Alliance. Llmer G. Howe, of this city, has gone to East Saginaw in the employ of the American Express company. The Circuit Court, Judge Newton of Fliut, presiding, will open for business in the forenoon of Monday Feb. 6th. Mr. Paul Both has been taking a short vacation from work, occasioned by thorough working of vaccination. Mr. E. H. Crosby and family returned on Saturday from Wayne, where they have been visiting fiknds for several weeks. We arc now prepared to do nil kinds of job work, as well as it can be done in any country ofilce in tins State, and on Just as reason ble terms. Nick Goodyear while cutting ice for J H. Copas one day last week, took a bath in the pond. "The way I l ave of doing, it is no trouble to me." Died. At the Junction House. Jan'y 81st, of typhoid fever, Mis Julia O'Brien. aged 21 years. Her remains were re moved to Comnna for interment. B. W. Brewer one of the prosperous farmers, in Bennington is building a new bam 40x50 feet on his place, fitted up with all the modern conveniences. Gov. Jerome passed through- this city Thursday morning enroute for the Up per Peninsula, to inspect the first 20 miles of the Bute Biver and Onlanogan Bailroad. The Congregational Church was again crowded on Sunday evening last io hear Rev. Mr. Piatt's second lecture. The third and last lecture will be given next Sunday evening. A. Mcllardy has bought Mr. Geo. P aenKins ngricuuurai Diisiness and nns en gaged him as salcsmnn. He has. also, employed Mr. Leroy Crowe, formerly with Woodard Bros. At the annual meeting of the Congrega tional Society, Frank II. Bannister and Warren Woodard were elected trustees for the term of three years. The annual renting of the pews amounted to just about $1250. A Free Press correspondent, writing from Fraukfort, says that the Toledo and Northwestern Bailroad company will, early in March, place a corps of engineers on the route of the proposed road between Owosso and Frankfort. Manager Hickson, of the Chicago and Grand Trunk railroad, announces that prior to August 1st the road will I.- all re.laid with the best steel rails and forty engines and several hundred freight cars added to its rolling stock. Mr. I. L. Peck son. M. It Peck goes to Grand Ilapids to-day to enter Sweens burg'a Commercial College and there is net a belter commercial college than that in America. We wish moie young men could be educated, for actual business, I here. We are requested to state tlmt the Ball to b- given by the Owosso Band will take place on Monday evening Feb. BOth. The. refreshments will be served l)f the ladies of Christ Churrh. A general god time is anticipated, Hnd it is Loped tl'c attendance may lie largo as the Band need funds, and certainly tlx; oeople of Owosso should sec to it that t in Bund is well supplied with all needed funds to enable them to maintain their lrusct high reputation. M.Riir.TH. Wheat. $1.27; corn. liOcts. per baket ; outs, 40 els. ; barley. $1 50 to $1.70 per i cut ma ; clover si i d. $4.70 for prime; buy. $10 per ton; pork. $7 Mi to $?(, but. by the tmh , 4 to I cts. per lb ; chickens, 0 to 8 els. ; turkeys, to M tU The m.tcliiiu ry for the Rldtllsjof works t L. E (Lmltl A Co , has arrived and is being put ii ready for use. It looks to us just as though tliH enterprise was bound to Lc a success and idd another to lite DNVins mniiufucturinir imlustrits it the it y. Mi.s Ona GasUill. who h ta been for liomu months the guest of Mrs. Ir Mi rt II. left for her bantu in Pittsford. N T.i on Wednesday. During her stay in this city Mi. -a Ona has wmi many friends the best wishes uud reuibrancis of whom go with htr. From The Michigan Farmer we learn that Mr. Ed. Burlingame, of Byron, re eonlly purchased from Chapin Bras., of Fenton, the following herd book registered Shorthorns: The two year old heifer DuehcKs of Fenton, Kitty 3d, and the 71h Duke of Fenton 'MilB. The annual session of the Graud En equipment, I. O. I). I. will be held at Lansing, ou Wu.lnesd ay of uext wc k Delegates who obtain from the Scribes of their Encampments eert ideates of mem bership, w ill be carried at excursion rates on hII the railroads in the State. Mr. Arthur Mcllardy has been com pel led by his largely increasing business to employ a bookkeeper and has engagid Mr. W 11. Holmim. of Corunmi. Owossc will thus gain and Cortimu lose an esti in able citizen. Mr. W. will move to this city as eoou as he can get a house. We are under obligations to Gov Jerome for a copy of the Beport of tin Tax Commission, and accoiupaning bills The subject is one of sp-cial imporhfhee to the people, and should, and doubtless will, receive lite careful attention of the Legislators at the approaching session. Col. DcLaud. President of the State Press Association suggests that the next meeting of the association be uelU in pleasant weather ami that the "quill drivers" take a trip from East Saginaw up to the Straits of Mackinaw or Sault Ste Marie. We support the motion. The January number of that old stand by, the Poultry World is on our table This magazine with the l ist number lo gins the 12th volume. It has always been the leading poultry publication of the country and s now being pushed vigorously. Subscription. $1.25 per year chronio edition $2.00 post paid. The Owosso Band have decided to give their "Grand Ball" on Monday Lv Feb., 20th. instead of the 22nd as has been stated, on account of that being th commencement of Lent. I he ladies of Chrints' Church will furnish refreshment' and a grand time is expected. Prof Meyrelles' full Orchestra will furnbh the music. C. H. Arnold, State Special of the New- England Mutual Ins. Co., of Boston called this week. The New England is the oldest "old line" Mutual Co., in the conn trv and has an enviable reputation for honest and fair dealing with its policy holders. Mi. Arnold expects to call again and meet our business men in the com pany's interest. We are in receipt of the annual seed catalogue for the year 1882 of Hiram Sibley Co., Bochester, N. Y. It is large, handsomely printed catalogue of 112 pages. It has as :. frontispiece n picture of the head of the firm, Mr. Sib ley, who is the owner of the widely celebrated Sullivant farm of 40,000 acrus, situated in Ford Co., Illinois, of which .000 acres were last year devoted to raising seed. I lie catalogue is seni tree on application. Geo. Jerome has issued a proclamation convening tlic i.e.-;. stature m special session on Thursday Feb. 23rd, for the onsideratton of the Beport of the Tax Commission, the re-apportionment of th state into Congressional Districts, the ap plication of the sufferers by the forest fires in the Huron Peninsula for aid and any ither matters which may be brought befon them bv special message. This action of tiie Governor will meet the warm approval of the people. It may interest the public to know tl at there are now twenty-one inmates of the Shiawassee poor houc, of which one is under medical treatment at Anu Arbor, and two are temporarly absent visiting friends. For seven years the farm has been under the efficient supervision of Mr. Crowe, who has been retained for the ensuing year. i nose who Know, or ought to know, say that there is no better conducted poor house in the state, and that tho farm has paid und is paying property to the county. A great fire in New York City Tuesday destroyed property to the probable value of $1,000,000, caused the death of several persons, and burned out several news paper offices, including the New York Observer, Turf, Field and Farm, and the Scientific American. Also, the great advertising office of 8. M. Pettengill &. Co., who report a loss of $25,000, anil several other, tail not so well known, advertising agencies. Tho office of The Times was at oie time in imminent dan ger, out cscapeu uesiruciion oeing uani aged ouly some two thousand dollars. The Estey Manufacturing Company seem to oe ooing a very prosperous ousi ness. Their shops are crowded with work and orders continue to pour in indicating business activity all along the line in their department. During January they sold to Messrs. Granger & Chltenden, of Bur lington, Iowa, one car load of furniture, filled a large order for Mr. Mablcy. of Detroit, and another for Mr. Dorr F.dk- . i.i. . i llf I I T : ner, lormeriy wun mo niwumu mus. m this city, now just opening a large fur niture store at Homelsvlllc, N. Y., and smaller ordeis to various parties in differ ent parts of the country, aggregating a li I tics less Ihan ten thousand dollars. But thev sav. that thev expect We sales lor February will reach and possibly exceed that amount. We only wish there were many just such enterprise, managed by as enterprising men as Mr. Estey and his t indent aids, in the city. lafarawd inn Albert K. Units the past four JV$n With A. Mellaril v, Ins formed a copartner.! P with c. s. H, Hunts in the agricultural implement business umler the firm name of Willi ins fc H irtshorn. The new lino propose to push business in tla ir line, and we ha: no doubt the public will timl it tor their inter- st to interview them befon making purchases. We are in receipt of a J. tier iroin Hoover a Co., Columbus, Oiiio, anranin -ing tint Ihey will sell r an.-tiun in Indi anapolis, Intl., about March 1st. 75 head of Jersey cattl- ; amotif the number will Ui the celvbt it.. prize winning animal, Cash Boy. We fthuutd like to st e some of the stock from this fai famed held brought into this pari of ihc state. The Messrs. Hoover IT yottttll RMU (4 StetliBfl character and any one purchasing stock of them may fee! MSUfdd thu it is rirst-c!.Hby. We wish I hem the best of success. We arc in receipt of the following from Prof. Johnson, of the Slate Agricultural College, in rttlatlofl to the ensilage experi ment no bciti.' conducted at the Co! lego j "The College ilo was filled Sept. Ill-17 with the product of one and thiec -fouiths acres of com, cut in pieces of an inch in length. This ffsj thoroughly pac ked, covered aud weighted with stone. The silo was opened Dec. 15th, and the en silage was found to be well preserved. We Lave buM feeding three lots of cattle, wholly or in pari with lh ensilage, since that date. All of our animals eat it with avidity, and repented weighings show that th-y art thriving and doing well on ensil age rations." Prof. Johnson promises to send a tabulated statement of ihe results of the experiment! wltcn completed. We arc glad this mutter is being investigated at the College and feel MtUfud it will la done ir. thorough manner. Lighten the burden of life, make sue cess certain, ami your calculations accu rate, by using Brown's Iron Bitters. It trengtneni mind and bod v. Business Seeks Owosso. After carefully canvassing the business chances in Cincinnati, Cleveland and Chicago, the Messrs. Sttver. of Branch port, New York, on Friday last decided to locate their new factory for the manu feelttlU of eofllns, caskets and burial cases in this city, and in partnership with L. E. Wood.nrd will at once proceed to erect the necessary buildings which will include three brick buildings 50j 100 feet each, to be fu-nished with the latest and most np proved Machinery, much of which has already hem purchased. The buildings will be located near the ciossing of the J. & S. and I). & M., railroads, at w hich point 21 lots have been purch ised forlheir use. They expect to give employment to about 100 hands, and employ ! c.ipital of $100,000. That the firm has abundant means, and are energetic, efficient busi ness -men is well known, and Iheffi cau lie no doubt of the complete success of the enterprise, nor that it will do much to advance the bitainei p-ospcriiy of the city and the surrounding country. "The Domestic Tyrant." "The average man'" quoth Mrs. Parting ton, "is a weak and irritable domestic tyrant, and Mrs. P. is correct, Tvran nical In a fault the average man will enter i lie DIIMIUJ fM rid hie of a btinni home scratch himself in fiendish glee, send tin DrtDy into convulsions, and for what? Why. because he lias the itching Piles and is too mean to buy Swayne's Oint ment, winch is an infallible cure for the worst cases of that annoving complaint Bev. S. Heed's prelude last Sabbath was as follows: We are again surprised at Dr. Dor eaeellM a figures and especially in refer enre to the progress of the so called Liberal churches of our countrv. Tin v . W T ire the churches which are distinguished from Useee called the Lvangelical, princi pally by the lower views they hold of Hit essential doctrines of salvation. W diall be the more surprised at ihe figures. because this oblM of persons have been more loud in their declarations of late that the "Orthodox Faith" was declining It was their declarations and assumptions which led such men as Dr. Dorchester and a few others to a thorough lavnatlsM r-i O lion of the whole subject of the progres: of Christianity, and especially in our day The various Year Books of these liberal societies and the United States census igrce essentially in following numbers of church organizations, ell: The Unitarians had in 1810, 2:0 organ i.anons, in iooo, 04; in mm, iWo; a in 40 years of 105. The Univers dists had in 1840, 85;l organizations; in 1S00. 1009; in imu, WW); a gam or KKi in 40 years, but a loss of 308 in the last 20 years. The New Jerusalem (Swedenborgians) had in 1840, 20 organizations; in 18H0. 38; in 1880. 03; a gain in 40 years of 73. Th nnsiiHiis naa 111 laiu, I.OUU organiza tions; iu 1800, 1,500; in 1880, 1,200; a loss in tlic last ao years of 300. The footings of these four denominations show an ag gregate, increase of 453 organizations from from 1840 to 1860, but u decrease of 472 from 1800 to 1880, leaving 19 less now than in 1840. Since 1800 the Unitarians and the New Church have gained 130 and the Christians have toil since that lime 300 ind the Universalist 308. The number of church edifices of these denominations has varied about as the organizations have; and of course their relative numbers to the whole population has fallen behind much moro than their actual numbers. Thus, combining these four denominations as above, there was iu 1840 one society for tvery 0,557 inhabitants; in 1800 there was one for every 10,250; in 1880 there was one for every 19,427. Hence, in 1880. they were only one third as many in pro portion to the population as in 1840. Making separate comparisons of two of these denominations, the Unitarians had in 1880, only one half as many inpropor tion to the population as in 1840; and the Universaliats were two and a half times less relatively than in 1840. The immense disparity between the Evangelical ami tho Liberal Churches makes a comparison almost impossible. Yet we "will take a single point, via. Church edifices, as furnished by that impartial source the United State! cen sus. I nils irotn loou 10 iou me j,vbl gclical Church edifices increased 21,617, We arc horn, tor (He Liberal 100, Iu the ten years from QM to 1M70 the Lvangi lical increased 0,117, and the Liberal decitused iu that time 8. in the Hghl of the DgUfi s I have quoted to you ilunn; !h fuw past weeks may we uoi COttdUile Hint it is the Liberalism and not the Orthodox Faith of our country which is " sick and dying." Advertised Letters. The followi g letters remained une died for in the QerMMU Post Ofilce for the week ending Jan. 28tli, 1881: QnlujuU & QfUgg Mrs. Susan Cutliss. Put euae eaNieg for the aiaive will plum ask for ".ulvcilised let lei a." L. A H.VMBLIN. P. M. Nervous Sufferera. Nervousness is often attended by many annoying symptom , fcUCh a! bsnce spots Hitting before the eyes, ringing or hu .iiur in the cars, flashes of visionary liht in darkness, inability to look up or about suddenly without growing faint or dizzy. WNKefUlMM! vivid dreaming, etc., all of which is ponmuien'ly cured by using BroWtt'! Iron Bitters. Some friend who forgot to sign his name, kindly sends us the following it ms: HENDEUSON. This place is now having I good run of buehsOOl though it would doubtless be better if we had good sleighing, Del Wilier & Sons are having a large trade, the store being generally crowded with customers; and they now carry a large stock of troods. The I! range bulldluf is occupied by Beard Pros, drug and hardware store and the book and hardware store of A. Hose. Thus the farmers can trade at home ami so h. lp to build up t he place. Bev. Mr. Scott keeps the spiritual wants well supplied at the M. E. Church. OAKLEY. This village is prospering finely. The roads being so good the farmers are marketing all kinds of raw material prominent among which are paper rags in the shape of poplar wood for which they receive $1 .80 per cord. In additibu to his already large stock of goods the post master. Bev. H. A. Barker, has added a supply of Hirper's school books. The school is progressing favorably this winter and additional teachers have been engaged ELME If any one doubts the success of a rail road running through this point iu to the North, let him stay at the hotel all night and listen to th - e u'inuous rumbling of the wagons from 3 to 4 o'clock in the morning, or lei him g t up and see the huge loads going to the South. Certainly the beautiful village cannot do much long er without M railroad. Cau't Owosso people help us? An hupoftnnt rclighlU! interest is being awakened ut Ibis point by the continued efforts of all the ministers. Lovers of Harper's liter dure ought to organize a library here, and thus help to wake up an Infureat iu the place so that it w ill be built up. Death in the Blood. Yes. it is in the blood that the seeds of dieeesu and death are engendered. At tack them there erith that mightiest of nil detergent!, Johnston's Bureupnrilht, and you are s-afe. No mailer wind the com plaint, whether Scrofula, Erydpclas, Salt Rheum, Liver Disease s, It is through uie BMMJU, and t:ie niooil alone, that the exciting CaUSfl can be reached. Thi great, auti poison neutralizes the acrid matter 111 the veins from which tin most terrible disorders spring, and by which thev are fed and ijjjirravated. It strikes at the hydra coiled in the venous system, and exterminates it as surely and as swiftly as Hcrciik destroyed tin hundred headed serpent of which mortal iisieuipers are me aiunvp.'. .Dear tJus iu mind, all who sutler. OUR NFAV YORK LETTER From Our Own Correspondent. MEW York, JAN.27, 1882. A very disgraceful outbreak of the young aristocrats of Princeton Col lege has been reported, and a score of the wild young imitators of the Mohocks of Queen Anne's days nave been indicted lor not. I hey broke out in the old fo dish way ot the practical jokers of former times, in Eiglanti or France before the revolution, and by way of what they were pleased to call fun, destroyed a good deal of property, breaking bells, fences and gates, changing store signs and so on. Perhaps the revival of Queen Anne's architecture has some thing to do with it. At any rate, the arrogance of recent wealth undoubt edly has, and the sons of the tony think they must keep up their dig nity and emphasize their superiority to common folks by such outrages, patterned on what they have read of the town and gown rows of the European universities. When the very lunny Marquis of Waterford, the prince of such roisterers was over here, he was greatly taken down by being sent to jail for a few days, his rank and purse not being worth a cent to save him from the rmhteous wrath of an American justice. Let us nope the rnnceton blackguards will get a like lesson as unsparingly inflicted. Talking of architects they are very busy, and real estate which has been dull seems to be buckling itself to gether for a big, big boom in the early spring, but there are rumors of I'rudes Union troubles which may interfere with this pleasing state of things. I observe that the Real Estate Chronicle, which I have had reason to speak well of before, has taken the bull by the horns in a sen sible way and sueeests a conference between the laborers am) the bosses at once, so tint they may hit it off between them in an amicable way before building begins and not wait to nirht about the soods afterwards. It is a novel notion, but is commend able as having a good deal of irood. sound horse sense about it, and I hope I may be able soon to record that the suggestion has HUH adopted and that the teeth of the Trades Union have been carefully drawn. There certainly ought to be a way to conciliate interests which are mutually dependent, and not have tule or ruin for an invariable motto in our relations between employers and employed- ?8? UmM " fobauswnV I Bemedy eUcH as Diseases! iTCTTER.ITCrL SORES. PIMPLES. VERYHPElASt INC WORM J TOP JMfAS7iir Mit i?t untfl tunc run name piles Symptom sre moliture, tinging, tubing, won at Bight; MBSM if pin-worms weie crawling about thrctam;thpriTatparUareofUnaffctM. Asa pleasant, economical and poaitiT cur. Swatmb's Ointment ia tu parlor to ut articla in tb market Sold by dniggiatf , or lend 60 eta. la 3-ct S tarn pa. S Koaaa.fl .!. Addraaa,D. Swatbb ASow, PUila., Pa, Leads the Trade. HTStU tlSsMIUl. O. , Jan. 17, 1880. Hi nek rt Mif IfrHr ff-r t ftut iff rueni than two dozen different kinds of Livrr Pills which I sell yours take the haul Am selliiii; more of the Biueuurt Liver Pills ih in of all others. They give per fect satisfaction. Very truly yours, Abraham I lure. WOOD ALL ORDERS FOR WOOD Laft with MR- BERT WICKERS, Post office, will have prompt attention. TERMS CASH. A. T. THOMAS. $66! a we-k in your ntn town. $5 Outfit fiv.e. No rik. Everything nw. api tat int ri-oiiircd. We will furnish you everything. Many are niakinK inii in. Lalii'R mitkn much tut men. ami Iniys aiel kiiN make ureal By, Header, i yiiu w.mt a I u-taeiia at which you can in: Vt- Ktcat pay all the lime you work, write fur particulara to II. li.u iv.vi Co., I'orllumt, Maioe. SPECIAL SPECIAL. SUITS SITS SITS CHEAP! CHEAP! CHEAP! FOR CASH, FOR CASH, FOR CASH. NOW IS YOUR TIME! SAVE MONEY. SAVE MONEY by Leaving Your Orders Reduced Prices in order to make room for SPRING STOCK DON'T HIISS TIIE CHANCE. Elegant Fits, Good Trimmings -TJirsriDIEIR'WIE.IR NECK-TIES, CAPS, Vuff Buttons! Scarf Pins at Cost DON'T FORGET THE PLACE, AT WESTLAEE'S The Merchant Tailor, THOMAS' NEW BLOCK, OWOSSO, MICH. S T A N DA It I) tt IHWI.KSS. For pfsUestMfJ rt.iwi-rs an.t virfninu BTOWtk, it Ba4 no -cual. H.is -,t...)l tli-tr-it ir y. rs, mil alwaya im ,,11 ilaimril fur it. U MJMCislly al'tfd fur It NaM p ants and g&f 4anlui ivtMS h 'althy K rotl. BltU ibailuaat flower. Over ioo,oopai k.i'"i. mW -n -i. twsrtlad th mt-lal at thr St.- Mutes' fsif ill HoStnn Put up iii p ItTWSfl - a', io and jj sagjgj SMS NASBY'S PAPER Toledo Weekly Blade, 1882. me HiaJc u now the ruo.it ixipulur Bajei in thi country tlri largest (61 oohiiaus), c Ilea peal sn beat. The WrUISgl of Kkv. PKTaOt4CVM V, N tsnv r worm renoe u . ai.u a minion people are now r sag lag Me l Uera fraw Kuapta pawlsfctd a.tkiv in the Htaitc. Hu snjiiitsr hars inwwi lattsts giuii! that it has aam 4eekM to oaaUeMS Iheia iVuriim ino enure y.-nr eS2. io (liul eiu .Mr. Locke II mm arraaglbg in travel through Spain, Italy sad oiln oiiutriea, until ihe whole HuropeM conliuiut pictured to the read en oi the Illade. The nth features M the Illade are well known, and so much Naauag Mr the money canuot he liad in any other i ... I " i iuuii nun. h:iu me r-i;iii:ir price oi in Btada istV OO ji. r nmr, we will make a si.ecin rale to ih.ne suh,e,-ihiinr durinir Det cmher Junuurv and February, wliicli raio will i,- mad.? known to an appu antH f r ipaattaeaa, We will aead u fre.' aaastiaM Sfl9 Io any adltraas. Mend us s postal Kivinir your address, os well aa aildre.s of vour frieuda. We want an active BgaM at every Past otlice in the Uajied states. Send postal c.ird fur our c.onniieimai LcruiH to B(jeul. Very Urge, com uiuiou aiiow'.u 10 ageiiis. Trfs Toledo Bloe Co., TO I. Kit it, OHIO. Physicians Endorse Tlieni. Mi;hkk:on.Mii:h., July 10. 1877 Ilium-linn Medicine Co. Gentlemen Will you send me a cross of your Live: ii:n.o 1 11 1:1. .. . J 1 iiisr 1 wuuiii iikc incin ai onre as my suppiy is ezuauKieu, hiki some ot our piiy siciaii8 10 wiioui i recommend them for trial are writing proscription! fur them their practice. One of them speaking of umm, torn outer any, aui, "Tney are so mild, yet so efilcient." lam eutir-ly out .1 l ... ..I 1 in warn, mm wvuiu iihe mem 113 soon as possihle. 1 ours, Ac. A. Q. J EPSON The Truth, the Whole Truth, and Noth niir but the truth. If you lire suffernur from poor health ur languishing on a be of SWkueSs, teke cheer, for Hamilton"; uennan tiiiti-rs win cure you it you feel weak and dispirited, without clearly Knowing wny, ukkhan iiitteus will rc vive you. If you frel your system need clennsiiur, Inning 'r strengthening, German Hitters is what yui ne. d. If you are old and your pulse is feeble, your nerveR un steady and your faculties waning. Ham ui-iii s uerman ouiers win eivc you new life and visor. Price 50c per botth Hold by J. II. DeHttft & Co., Vernon, aiicu. BEST httat DOM now before the mil lie You can make money ranter at work for us than at anything he. Capita not needed. We will start you. Ill I dav and up- warai inane at home bv the in diiHtrious. Men, women, txivn and ifirls wanted everywhere to work for us. Now is the time. You can work in apare time only or give your whole time 10 tne mistncNo. 1 on can livv at home and do the work. No oth r husinesN will pay you nearly n wen. run one can 1:111 to make i noiinoiis nav bv Kapint; at once. Coatly outfit mid ti run free. Money mine laai, rasiiv, ana minoniiiiy. Addrcse I .1 1 t A K., Augusta, Maiue NOTICK. I heretiy forbid all persona trusting oy wife ni.iri.Mret morse on my account as 1 shall pay no del. s contracted by her after this date, an ahe has left my bed and bard without jus cause. Owosso. Iec. jrth, 1881. JOHN MORAS NOTICE OTIt i; ! Please Leave Orders FOR WOOD AT THE OWOSSO PLANING MILL OFFICE. In fMMMaVMPt Cttk aVtaHOmpMITf tie Order. L K. WOODARD. Geo. H Bedford, CARRIAGE AMI) SIGN F-A-IZDsTTEIR. OWO08O, MICH. B. S. LEONARD, M. D., Physician & Surgeon, Oppub, At Driiir Store, New Brick Block on Mln Stn.;t Went, - Owosso, Mich. L M. PORTElt, M. D.. BOMKorATHIO Physician and Bcrgec PbMIii Discuses a PBCCUttJr. All calls in town tux! country will m civc prompt at t ni ion. Office hours, 10 to 12 a. m.. 1 to ; ami ? to S v. at, 8uudsys excepted ;hcii. 1 to I 1. M. only. J. L. Smith, M. I). W. R, Hall, K. I SMITH & HALL. lrhyslclaao and Svurg-ecaac, VEHNON, - - MICHIGAN. OFFICE OVER THE POST OFFICE OlHce hourn for treatment of chronic dip MM Wrdncsdayg and Saturdays from 1 lt u o clock p. m. 'tired wltbout an nr.. ration or tint iiij ury truiw in Uct by lr. J, A. HHKKMAN'ti mhthod. Office 2ftl llroailway, N. w York. IIIh lok, with PhotOfrraphK likenoaaa of bad canes bt-forv aud after curf. iiiuil.nl l'ur 10 eeuts. Owosso Post-Oflflco. Duliy Malls arrive and clone until further no:i. as follows : KAMT VIA D.G.II k M. R.R. Cloko 1 V p m. Arrive 2 C p.m. " 6 45 " 10 46 a.m. WEST. CkMM 1 45 p.m. Arrive 2 4ii p m. " 10 'Hi a.m. " 7 50 " HOKTH VIA J.L. A S. R.R. Close 8 50 a in. Arrive 10 00 a.nc. " 7 45 p.m. " 8 30 p.m. SOUTH. CUisq 7 50 a iu. Arrive 10 00 a.m. " 7 45 p.m. " 7 45 p.m. WKST HAVEV. TurwJavs, Thuradaya and Saturdays. CttM 3 00 t m. Arrive 12 OUfa.m. Sl-nday. -Jnlce open from 12 00 a.m. to 12 So p.m. 1a A. HAM BUN, P.M. Michigan Central R.R. SAGINAW DIVISION. TIME TABLE. Nov. 19, 1881. NORTH W A RD STATIONS. Mail. Buy City RESt JackHon Lv 7 00 am. 4 15 p.m. IOOp.m Hives Junction 7.85 4 40 1 60 Leslie 7 35 4 50 3 0(S Mnnon 7 66 5 10 S 31. Holt 8 07 5 iM 4 16 InsitiK 8 20 5 85 4 96 North Landing 8 25 6 40 6 10 Bath 8 40 5 55 - . LAlnjrabnrg 8 65 6 10 0 50 Uonniiiirt.in 9. 10 6 i 4 D.aM Crossing j S.88 0 38 7M Owosno 9 28 7 00 7 68 Ouklcy'a 52 7 18 8 60 Chehuning 10 00 7 30 9 90 St Charles 10 IS 7 45 10 00 Saginaw City 10.65 8 25 1116 Kami Saginaw 11.05 8 35 11 40 F.al'.M Junc n 11 10 8 40 12 45 ZilwaakM n ao 8 so 12 oo W. st Bay City 11.45 9 12 12 46 a . Bay City Ar 11.55 9 20 southwaIrd. STATIONS. g ftjgo-; Bav City L 7 00 a.m. 5 25 p.m a.m. W Bay City 7 08 5 30 10 00 Milwaukee 7 35 6 05 10 45 F.a P.M. Junc n 7 45 6 15 11 05 Eaat Saginaw 7 48 6 20 11 16 Saginaw ity 7 58 6 80 11 4Ap.m St. Charles 8 30 7 10 12 65 Chaaninc 8 15 7 80 1 36 Oakley ' 8 55 7 38 1 55 Owomo 9 20 8 00 2 60 D.aM.CrcVng 9 23 8 23 , ft Bennington 9 85 8 85 0 w Laingsburg 9 50 8 50 ST. Bath 10 05 9 05 4 20 North Lansing 10 20 9 20 6 10 I ..'i using 10 25 9 25 5 50 Holt 10 38 9 38 6 06 Mason 10 50 9 50 6 45 Leslie 11 10 10 10 7 20 Hives Junction 11 20 10 20 8 65 Jackson Ar 11 46 10 45 9 4b All Trains Daily except Sunday. C. B. BUSH. H B. LED YARD. Dir. Stipt , Bay City. Oen'l Manager, Detroit. E. C. Bhown, Assist. Oen'l Suut.. Jackson. O. W. Kuuqleb. O. P. & T. A . Chicago. Detroit, Grand Haven & MILWAUKEE R.R. OOINO EA8T. Trains leare Owosso as follows : Rt earn boat Express, 9:20 a. ni ; Through Mall. 2:15 o. m .. Evening Express, 7:35 p.m.; Night Express, 3:50 a.m. OOINO WEST. Morning Express, 10:30 am.; Through Mail. 15 ii ni . (.in ii. I Kapids ExpiesH, 8:55 p.m.: Night Express, 2:20 a.m. : Mixed 0:30 a.m. ; Satiu day Night Mixed. 5:15 a.m. Kerrexlunents at Detroit, owosso ana uranu Haven. The Telegraph Line for the Publie tafSleeping Cars on nil night trains. CONNECTIONS. AT DETROIT-Oreat Western Railway to poiai east. Michigan Ceatral, Michigan Southern and Orand Trunk Railroads. AT MILW Al'KEE-With the Milwaukee and St Paul. Western Union. Milwaukee and Northern. and Chicago and North-western Railways to all points north and west. I-Tbe Railway Company's Ferry Steam. leaves I). U H. & M. Dock. Detroit, on arrival of trains. Tickets are sold at the Detroit. Orand Haven and Milwaukee Hailrond Ticket Offlce. U a!' principal places in the United States. T. TANDY. Oen'l Freight & Ticket Agf HFIR8TH NATIONAL BANK or owosso. CAPITAL MOCK $126,0 00. WITH AUTHORITY TO INCREASE TO$M0 Ml OFFICERS OOULD, D. DEWEY, E. IIEHSHKY. H. OOULD President Vice Presidem Cashier Asa't Cashiei directors: AMOS OOULD. T D. DKWEY J AS. OSBUKN C. P. PARKJLl.. S I Kl HLK. n. BYEHLY DEAI.RR8 IN ALLOOVBRNMRNT BECORIT1KH tW Hpeclal attention paid to' Fa-relgn aH Domeatir Collections.