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The Owosso Times.
PUBLISHED ETCRf FRIDAY AT Oimso, Mich. Subscription Frire Oue yew. ix .u.jkiti.j. , 75c General Samuel Cary says that the Greenback party is dead. This pub lic announcement is nearly two years later than his private intimation of the same fact to the Democracy in Maine, who in x88o thought the Green back clement was being thought a little too much of, and at one time threatened to holt. A Vermont courjty temperance society has Resolved, That nobody should hold office in that state with out signing first the total abstinence pledge. If this doctrine was to be carried out the Democracy would complain that it wa intended as a direct blow at the few remaining officer.-; from that party who are still sparsely located in the common wealth. Ex. Tbfl Mobile, Alabama, Register, a leading Democratic newspaper, denies that the Southern Democrats as i class are in favor of a heavy reduc tion of the whiskey aqd the tobacco tax, and speaks of this tax as one "that is scarcely felt." The Register furthes declares that no part of the country, as a whole, is more opposed to the reimposition of the income tax than the South, and we believe the Register knows the?e statements to be true. The Saginaw Herald sensibly re minds the brethren of the Michigan press who are selecting candidates for U. S. senator that 1883 is some ways ahead, and that nominations for members of the legislature, who will vote upon this question, are at least six months away. The Herald would like to see Michigan put one of her battle-tested veterans along side of Logan, Hawlcy, Harrison and Miller on the republican side, anp Butler, Cockrell, Hampton, and Morgan of the rebel brigadiers. Lansing Republican. The Detroit Free Press asks: "Is there any railroad company in the United States except the Detroit, Lansing & Northern which forbids its train men to smoke, when on duty, and enforces the order? It is a good rule and works admirably on this road." Can't answer for all the railroads in the United States, but there is a printing office in Lan sing which has observed this rule for years, and it also works admirably, among editors and typos. Lansing Republican. The same rule is rigidly enforced at The Times office The County Seat. The Shiawassee Journal is evident ly mad because the Legislature grant ed to the people of Owosso the right to vote on the question of raising 50,00 with which to build a Court House and Jail. Why this is so we cannot conceive. The leading tax payers of- this city, in large numbers, petitioned the Governor to allow the Legislature to pass a bill allowing the people of this city to vote on a ques tion affecting their local interests. The Governor complied with the re quest and called the attention of the law making power to the wisher, of the people of this city. The Legis lature promptly passed the bill, and the Governor signed it. In it all there was no "conduct" on the part of the Governor of any one else, ex plained or unexplained, that was not manly, fair and honorable. The Governor simply did his duty. The peopled prayed for chance to vote on a given question He said so far as I am concerned you can vote. There is all there is of Gov. Jerome's action. The people prayed the Leg islature for permission to vote, and the Senators and Representatives, said we have no objection to your voting, and allowed the tax payers of Owosso, if a majority of her people said yes, at the proper time to raise 50,000 with which to build a Court House and jail. In the act, wc think there is no reference to the question of the county seat. Owosso is simply authorized to raise and ex pend a sum not exceeding $50,000 for the purpose of building a Court House and Jail. The Jail is badly needed, independent of any question of the location of the county seat, for the use of the police force. And for ought the Journal knows a court house for our police court is a prime necessity, and nothing in the act, authorizes any one to get excited on the county seat question. But it seems to us, that our C01 unna neighbors are badly scared for no cause unless they really believe two thirds of the Supervisors and a majority of the people of the county are willing to locate the county seat at Ohouo, and will so vote when the question comes before them. If there is no danger of that the act of the special session concerning! which they are raising such a tempest in a tea pot, is as harmless, so far as they are concerned, as the cooing of I turtle dove. Hut if, is wc are dis posed to think may be the fact, the required majority os the Supervisors, and a majority of the voters "in the county, favor the removal of the County Scat to the Owosso, does the Journal propose to prevent the Board of Supervisors from acting on this question, as upon any other, promtly and in accordance with the wishes of the people whom they represent, because forsooth the in terest ot Corunna will suffer thereby. Wc tell you Brother Ingersol that will not do. The majority "must rule, and with Id decree all of us must be content. The people have rights, and they must be inspected, by the press, the Legislator.", and the Gov ernor.. The right of petition may not be abridged to please the people of any given locality, and the Legis lative and the Executive Departments, .are morally bound to give flue heed ; to the wisiies of the people expressed ! in such petitions. And when the Journal charges any act done by the Governor or Senator Kilpatrick that was not republican in character, in harmony with the avowed policy of the Republican party, and dictated by the stern requirements of official duty, in this matter, it simply travels outside the record; and it is treading on dangerous ground when it talks about, wrath towards these faithful public servants being "bottled for future use." Better, far better, dis cuss this question, on its merits, and appeal to the people of the county in a fair and candid spirit, and let the Supervisors and voters, settle it, on its merits, without undue excite ment. For Auditor fenerl. Although earlier than usual for such a canvass, the Rcpublcan news papers throughout the State are al ready very generally discussing pro posed nominees for State Officers to be elected this year. This vonld be all very well, if the considerations were confined to the fitness of candi dates for the best administration of the affairs of State; but more weight is too often given to personal prefer ences and claims of locality, than to ascertained ability to perform well official duties. Take the Auditor General for example. No officer in the State Government has more im portant or intricate duties assigned to him, demanding a clear head, a methodical mind; and a thorough knowledge of the system of taxation and of the financial concerns of the State. Whatever other abilities a man may possess, without, these qualifications he could not make an efficient Auditor General of Michigan. So far as we have cvej heard, the present Auditor General, Hon. W. Irving Latimer, is conceded to be a model officer in that capacity capa ble, courtious, correct, and economi cal yet various candidates are now proposed, apparently on the supposi tion that a rule or usage has been established limiting a State Officer to to two Constitutional terms of office, which Mr. Latimer will have filled at the close of the present year. A glance at the history of the State Government will r.how that there is no such rule. The only rule on the subject we know of Is, that if an offi- j ccr desires a nomination for a second term,' it shall be accorded to him un less some fecial objection should Mist That there is no rule limiting him to the second term h proved by the facts, that James B. Porter as Secretary of State, John Owen as State Treasurer, Jacob M. Howard as Attorney General, and John M Gregory as Superintendent of Public Instruction, served each six years; and that as Auditor General, William Hunphrey served eight years; as did also Oramc! Hosford as Superintend ent of Public Instruction. Now all Of these gentlemen were retained in their respective offices because of their especial fitMM and the party would have had some of them serve longer, but for their own refusal to continue. There is no question that experi ence in any business is of great value to the person conducting k, how great soever his natural aptitude for it might be. In addition to Mr. Lat imer's natural aptitude for conduct ing the business of the Auditor Gen eral's department, he has acquired this valuable experience. Seeing that all the precedents are in favor of doing so, why should not those be considered valid reasons for again re nominating him? We do not know whether he would accept another renomination if tendered to him; but the Citizen is of opinion that if he will consent, the best interests of the State will be largely promotd, by his being retained in the position he fills so efficiently and so admirably. Flint Citizen. The relief givru to culsrrh of lit hUd dcr and a general weakness of those part by the aootuipg effect of Brown'slrou Bitters, is simply wonderful. OUR NEW YORK LETTER. From Our Own Correspondent. New York, March 10, 1882. There is an interesting ecclesias tical suit going on. An ex-Indian Missionary, a Mr. H in man, sues Bishop Hare, of Niobrara, for slander and unjust removal, on horrible charges, which he claims were several times made before and as often suc cessfully repelled. H in man was a candidate for the Bihopric. Tne last lei us hope it may be the last of the yreat walking matches draws to its clmtf, villi one English man well ahead, and the ex champion out-stipped. The sulky Hughes has been wofully beaten, as aUo his pet aversion, the graceful darky Hart Crowds throng the 'Madison. Sq iar Garden, many of the people boarding there regularly from the time they paid their dollar to enter, sleeping on boards, and dining on lager and sandwiches, with light bunches of bad. cigars. The excitement else where in the city is by no means like it was on former similar occasions. The newspaper bulletin boards are small and so arc the crowds surround ing them. When Rowel 1 first raced Broadway used to be jammed clear across at the Herald office for all the world as if a Presidential election was going on. A good many ladies patronize the show, and a beastly exhibition it is of half a dozen very tired men in very scanty clothing, very much soiled what there is of it. Dean Stanley's friend, Cyrus W. Field, has been greatly annoyed by the act of a patriotic American, whose mind was fired on Washington's birthday to play the mischief with the monument of the spy Andre, at Tappan. The culprit has been caught, being arbitrarily arrested hy the police janissaries; who always toady to rich men, without a warrant and denied the privilege of communi cating with counsel. The habeas corpus came to his relief, when he was rearrested on a- warrant from the justice at Nyack, a town on the Hudson, near the spot where Wash ington had Andre hanged. Habeas corpus got him loose again on bail. The case is an interesting one. By the way, it is said, the persecutor of the iconoclast has bought the Steven's House property adjoining his recent acquisition of No. 1 Broadway, Wash ington's headquarters. He must have paid a good round r-jtm, for $285,000 was refused for it a week ago. The now revived pedestrians have been paid their shares of the gate money, less expenses, taken in at the great walk. It was a savory crowd of "sports" who grumbled at the small amounts turned over to the men who did the work. They couldn't understand why, with $1 admisssion, and apparently larger crowds than ever before, Hazael for instance should only get about $19 000, when on a previous occasion, with 50 cents admission, Rowell got $40,000 The walkers didn't seem pleased, but took things cooly. Ii was the gang of plug-uglies who have fastened on them that made all the bobbery The coolest of our present stock of condemned murd- rers, Sindram, wa reprieved till Good Friday, of ah days in the year. This is one of those un necessary and exasperating snubs to the feelings of probably a majority of his fellow citizens that make Governor Cornell t he reverse of pop ular. His friend Conkl ng's disdain ful rejection of a seat on the Suprem Court Bench is making people think some of these people arr getting too big for their beeches. The Governor has, however, thought better of it, and the cold blooded brute won't be strung up till the 24th. The sunflower craze still continues. The aesthetic monstrosity, imitated in every mateiial, stares at one 011 every side, and the great O'Wilde is hugely advertised thereby. They say he has a colored valet a sort of tiger lily, as it were We hear a .great deal of the boom of prosperity, but it is remarkable that there are a number of failures, some of them heavy ones. Wall street is in a turmoil, and, in point of fact, real estate seems to he the only interest really flourishing. Shrewd people are putting their savings where they can't run away, and something will be left even if everything else goes to everlasting smash. Railroad King Vanderbilt and his lucky new son in law, Dr. Webb, received 2,500 guests a few days ago in the wonderful Fifth-avenue palace. It looks new, of course, but is very beautiful and crowded with beautiful things. The 2,500 were full of admiration and some of them of champagne, for there was a costly feed. The Brooklyn Bridge Trustees ask a million and a quarter more to finish the link between Gotham and its chief annex. They will probably get this and may make it do till fall, and then they'll ask for more as usual. It is an odd, crooked looking con cern with a dejected air, as if it had been born tired. The cars to run on it arc to be hauled across on an end less chain and winch arrangement. It has cost many lives and many millions of dollars, and is a monu ment of great engineering skill, neutralized and rendered ridiculous by childish and dishonest tinkering. Several hundred doctors have cracked the shell of graduation, and have been launched to heal a suffer ing world. The foremost of the crowd, who g t a gorgeous gold medal for proficiency is a lady, Shephard by name, and several other ladies got their diplomas at the same time. They say, but I hardly know whether it can hie credible, that Misa Shephard' nerves are so strong that she has actually dissected a dead mouse. The giants, dwarts, two headed girls, limbless man, ect,, have been enjoying a sad time. 'The fat "boy is dead. His professional friends arc very sorry, and have held a- most interesting meeting as a memorial of him and his virtues The Fourth National Bank ii the latent victim of a religious and very trustworthy clerk. This gentleman annexed about $70,000. They say he feels quite unwell. The bank authorities don't in 'end to prose cute, but nint that Controller Knox Bty ifne wints to. Ranix. How to Dun Debtors. A collector a : "It doesn t make much difT ren e what form of words toil use Tne m i thing is to let him know thai ou vant the money. There ate cir an I. mistakes that many fad into, kQWrVer, in BUki dun. h is a purely businesslike opeiation I have had a good d. ii of experience, and if you will US the pains to write them down, 1 think 1 can give you several plain rule-; lor dunning that will be of benefit to any man that follows them." The following rules were written and amended to the speaker's liking x. Never give the idea that you call because you happened to be in the neighborhood. 2. Never plead that you are in absolute need of the- money. 3. Never explain why you want the money further than by some general phrase, as to meet outstand ing bills. The debtor is usually an expert in showing a man how he can get along without money He will worst you in argument, and if you lose your temper it's an excuse for him why he should not pay. 4. Always be civil, hownvcr business-like and importunate you may deem it necessary to be. 5. Never think you have done wrong because a debtor gets angry. His anger, under civil treatment, shows that he docs not intend to pay This you might nr; well J: now early as late. 6. Show quite as firm a resolution to get the money on your tenth call as on any previous one, or else it would have been better if you had not made it. 7. Never leave a debtor without his setting a lime when he thinks he can pay, and never fail to be on hand at the time pet. S. As between yourself and an employee, let the most business like of the two make the dun. 9. Suggest installments. Shame the debtor into making an arrange ment to pay something every week or month. If not $10, then $5, or $3, or $1. It will convi ice him that you have et to work ii ea nest to get the money. !0. If a debtor gets angry, or has worn out your pa ie ice, 1 threat to attach his salary m iy be eft" etive, not so much that he is likely to fear you will get the money that way, as that he will be anxio is that the affair shall not come to the knowledge of his employer. II, A similar eff ct may be pro duced by saying 011 intend to place th-.: bill in the wh n w a i:--; lio.i for niri-. si mal de . -rs, muds of a lawyer, who has a repui a lebtors. Profe..- However, become c ireless about legal j rocestem, 12. Drop into a debtor's favorite haunts. It will make him uneasy, especially if you don't hesitate to ask him politely, but plumply, for your money on occasion. sTrm may often happen after he has displayed a roll of bills. N. V Sun. How loin? would it take to count I millions? Orel- two million volume of the revised editiou of the New Tet!imint wen; sold on the first day of its issue. These figures ewi only be Equaled by the enormous sale of Swayne's Ointment for Itching riles, which is universally used t& 11 Ataodurd remedy for stopping the itching at night, when one think that pin wormi are crawling about the rectum. To calculate the estent of its Pale in actual figures, wouM invoke the labor of life-time. Will yon be pe9tered longer from the aggravating Piles? Important to travelers. Special in tluceraents n.re offered yon hy the Burling ton route. It will pay you t: rend their advertisement to be found SttBwtierS iu this isaue. kntPvimn DMffW. History of all Politic 1 nmvriliUri artiv, by .rNATon Coopkii. Hires everything tmruinlof? to poll. Po"C fie, and unitn history, Itistrivtiou t UidvO, ready rot'srsnco Sold only by subscription ; hut subscriptions so( v aireot will be forwarJod .nr mail or O. O. D. at Publishing Go's expense. ,.,ir, Timj Aim now wanted. ust appjy Hon. 1HU". (gr,yi ,or torrid j, Mn ranWlV Mstfrned. Uoofc out about March V. COOTEE. 20lh Prospectus dow rtady. AMmm Fines xde rmt lTfl 00. CO Kor.ni lava IN St., I'hiladui iuia. IHAMMRTK' MKDICINK. n.sr . ithah. nnsm.i aft; ! Sure, Prompt and Effectual Remedy for Nervousness in all its stAjres. Weak Memory, Lom t Brain Power. 8tual Prostration, Night Sweats. Rpormatorrhcn , Remittal Weaknft.aqi Oenoral Los of Power. It repair Nervous Waata.KeJuveuate the Jadd lntelJpot.Htrentb ens tho EnWblcl Brain, nnd Restores Purpri inf Tono and Viror to the Exhausted Generative Organs. The experiocee ot tuousamls proven it an Invau abi.' Rbmipy, for both pcoi. Tht Magnetic Medicine is pleasant to the taste, and each box contains sufficient for two .' medlcaUon. and is m crcapekt a.vd xmt Kir'ParticuJani In our pempblAt, which c mi)i free to any addreao aTMaatfCTic Msotcixi; is ..1 1 by Druggists at $1 per box, or tlx bosc for $'. or "ill . mailed free of postage, on receipt of the mouey, by addressing MAGNETIC MEDICINE CO.. No. 4 Mechanics' Block. Detroit. Mkb. Hold in Owosso and Corunaa by all DrugiriUi. at paj 4SBH Msiuess aow before the pul.lc. I Kl I xasj cao make money faster st Ik BP m I I' rk f"r ,h" at attthinK Wu r m fl. r.iit not nvi.d W i h V I wlMtart yo 111 s day and up- ward made at home by the la Justrious. Men, wnn-n, rots and girls wanted everywhere to werk for us. Now la the time. You can work in spare time ooly ir fire your whil- time to the business. You cn li at home aud do the work. No other bislaa will pay you nearly as II No one cau fall to maki- enormous pay by u giini; at n- c Costly outfit and tennit free. Money made fast, easily, and bonorahiy. Adores Ti.t w A Co., Augusta, Maine. CHANCKftY SALE. 8tat of Michigan, the Circuit Court for the County of Shiawassee, in Chancery: Craklu II. Calkins, Complainant. X. Ejsfll W. Conrad. 1 Myutkes Conrad, Franklin H. Conrad and Defendant.; OcoRoe P. Conrad. N OTICK is hereby given that In pursuance ajf a -li-f made Itv fit id (?nurr in sm.l ahovi- entitled MUM, upoa tRw ;tf'h duy ot December, A U 1HMI. I hull mU M Public Vendue to the highem biil.tei Mmd .tin- twenty fourth it day i April, to 11 o'cl .cl in Ihe forenoon, al the west fcou' d ir f Um ' UouKe, in the City of C iru- in i i -i i I i h prt-mlne den cribi-d w lac ' e lUht half of the We-t Rail i )i rtei ri reaction thirty. iw M w ,x " ith ot Han tW 1 2 J5:a: t .! t-i . I aU nt or ! ... : . , 1 ) a nd M M : M Dates Feb t i - I . OH I Kilt 0HAHOJ . a Mate of Michigan. th Circuit C .urt f -r th County of .ShiawasHee. iu huncery: Lconioam M. Marhuall, Coinidaiuant. Ursula Parhhall. Ransom V Tarsuall and Davip R. Shaw. Defendants. NCrTlCE la hereby given that iu purmiauce of a decree made hy said Court, on the i-' h day of December. A.D. 1N81. 1 ahall sell nt 1'iiblic Vetidue to tho highest bidder ud Monday, the twenty-fourth (2-1) day of April, A.D 1HV, at 11 o'clock in tho forenoon, at the west front door of tho Court Houae, in the City of Coruntia, in said County; the premises described in said de cree, ftfi Lots number five (5) and aix (6j, la Block numbbr two (2, of the Village pf Perry, as surveyed by Lyman Mason on the nth and eleventh daya of Slay, 1877, situated on Section fifteen (15). in Town tlve (SJl North Rane two (I East, in the County of ftbiawattee and State of Michigan. Datco February 27tb, Mta ' Loctra E. Oot-i.u, Circuit Court Commissioner for Shiawasfea Co , Michigan. LfCN i Kilpatrick, Solicitors for f lomplalnant. CLEARING OUT M ! To make room lor SPRING GOODS ! WARM GOODS Will be Sold REGARDLESS OP COST, and many! other Goods Way Down. Wishing to Reduce our Stock before the ar rival of our Spring Purchases, we shall Sell for the next 60 Days many of uctx uwu, ai aT J A rl1 ' MP aTa MM M V R DO Bat B.-sa. B It li.'l Ii B lllilfl IV B w B BBBB B . . . Thanking our patrons for past favors, we ask u continuance of the same, while vet there is room for your neighbors. BREWER V HOWE. Oor. Opera - louse Block. Owosso, Mich. Reffliiition and Renovatior .. :iiu -.jj 'av rJLsss tJaanjafl' iubvrrx FISH FISH FISH Fresh and Salt Water, an immense Stock just received. :o: Canned Goods In great 1 :o:- 200 CHESTS OF TEA SOLD LAST YEAB "THE BRANO of the BLAZING STAR" Now on Sale for 50e. per pound. QUALITY TELLS I NO USE TALKING ! ! Sign of the Japan Tea Man DR. E. S. LEONARD DRUGGIST, In the New Brick Block on Main Street, West of Washington, OWOSSO, Mich, Keeps one r.f the I-aro.it ami Be; tittOltRettlM ii Pure Drugs, Medicines, Chemical s Patent Medicines. Notions, &c., &c., EVER HROUGHT TO OWOSSO. Pure Wines and Liquors FOR MKDICINAL. rVRPUSRS ONLY. a PRE-CRIPTIONS ompounded M all hoi-h, nis;ht or day, by M ii a -ils, lrm carefully selected mediunci. aj?ri'ri. ea a Low a- the Lowest, for First-class Goods. BOERHAAVE'S gggl "T i' the last resort for Pro RECTAL I truding. Bleeding Pile. REMEDY Ointment . Llnimentm I ml. BOER- I' 00 t ""-I HAAVE8 BECTAL REMEDY makes the knife the ligaturo aud tl cautrry UKMSMRfy, It returns the Uowel. ImhVI sod heals it. The wont ense ol PILEo will '. Mat i i un ei . : US bj One :'.' i '. w I til tio :) iftti wjty hmlf oj , Ii II rids uscwei tl vomio 6iti-n. return tht .'" ''j tail ud your .lu.'i -. ha retai s'. n .. H - : : . aui tl t l-t-m' taj j $ ' . tt.fl M ir ( " d '" a-l i ' ' ' Indue Tii.i .... Ki-I T'uuUI L'riiiai-v IK-uir -II 00 A B J ITLE. MMSi and Infl-uiiiuaiiou of the Bladder. Ac. I -adlnc how oft-m to ' HriKhts Disease." It will cost m lh,iiar, n ut by mail to try a bottle of "BJERHAAVE S KIDNEY CURE." Relief is H tirrantt d in terry cast-. AfW usiui; hnlj the bottle, if you think it is not adapted to your Disease, mail to uslAe half which la left, In the original Package, aud your money will uk rbtl'RNKd at once. It has done wonders during more thn'i fifty years of use. Bougie, Catheter and Syringe are discarded as harsh and useless. Toy Bokrhaavx's Kin icy Cuee. HOVHFHOI.lt Sit'KCIAlTY CO., Agents for th C.S., CHICAGO; crbbrrr & Dried Fruits variety. MT AN rko i'iAogwNTta with tni aioasTsiT ot tm ouh- it .Hue ii nAimmmmahAs txm ina GaiCAQO, ROCK ISLAND PACIFIC Or thn uentru) porlUon of ua line, oout-.acSs tfca tkat and lUo woat by ttio aiicrteai route, ou-.t oar ). MBuvers, wi-.noui otaauc oi oara, Lmhwmu i.oagj una Huna:i City, Counrrll Blufta, Leaygo vilU, Atchlaon. Minneapolis mad Hi. Paul. It .). ea Iu V .-on Uepoia with aU tho prinolnal -.' ot roort between IBs Atlantic and the PacUo ..cana. lis equipment la unr'.valed and macolfl . Ut. balna; composed of Most Ocnfortable and AUtlful Day Coushes, Macr.iftoent Horton Re Jlug Cbair Cara. Vullraan's Frctueat Palaoa -iieplntf Care, and the Best Uuo of Ciu'.ng Cars i the World. Vhroa Trains beiwean Cliitan and M-iaouri Jliver Points. Two Tratna betwecu Cbi isce ai:d Minnsapollaaad Hi. Paul , via tba Pomona "ALBERT LEA ROUTE." A New aad IMreot Lina, via Ranacaan.1 Kaoka kee, has reoeuny beou oput'ad between Rlohmoiul. Norlolk, M SWBOti flm, ati: ..ega. At'anta, A-i-auaU. Mash villa LoiUsvlUo.JAinirTou.OitutlnoaU. Indlauapolts and LaCsj tta. and Oaaa&e, tftnatSB ella aaii St. Paul and inter -uedlate poiats. AU 11iroaU Paaae-.tgtiTa fravei ou Pas l ttapraaa 1 Baua. .JWekatSfaj eaJeal all nrlncjpai Tiofcet 0?ea i-l the United Rlatea asd Canada. Baggage checked 'trough a:4 rates of fare a), waya aa law aa woroitlrora tnat offer less advan f ar detatW I tRibrRMMaaLfl at the acaxa and Ad ra t the GREAT ROOK ISLAND ROUTE, A. t om naarast Tlsker Oflkse. er a Urate . R. CABCt. 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