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r v ( V WFORD COUNTY DIJIECTOI.Y' 1,'NTV oKKirKlis. I. L0II1I0II. S riir. i Vr .V it :i.rer.. ..W. It. Slcckeit. .O. M. 1 Davis. I. O. iladlev. . . Tiivlo'r. '1 iva-airer 1'ro. Attornex Iii.lk'H f 1'r luifi ... ' . . 'inmisio;ier r ur or . IJ. Uiitt. Conors ( WJ' 'S''"'"". ( N RcVell. Nr..:uvisKx. lirove TWmhin ). .T. Hell it!i I! ranch Ira II. Richardson. I'l'tHVf (leek W. Hattd'sOll Maple l'oiot...... I. .1. t'oveidn 'layliu' R. S. HabhiU 1 iedericvllL.. .....I. A. Parker Pull ('has. .Jackson Center Plains (. W. l.oe, MASONIC NOTICE. Regular communication of Oravlin l.tHlin' io. .Job tit Ma.-onic 11 all in Oraylin; on Thursday evenings on or before The full moon at h o clock sharp, until Sept. 20th; after Sept. 2th to March Zt'Ui, 7:.J" o clock. O. M. F. Davis, W. M. Adki.ukkt Taylok, Sec. W. M. WOODWORTII, Physician and Surgeon, CEAYLIN3, MICH. lr. X. Kxaininiu; Surynfnrl'i iisioiiy. Oraduate of University of Midi. Otliee with A. 11. Swarthout. Jtchiilcnce with A. .J. Rose. Otllce hound rom 1) to 12 a. in. f a. .m.hTi:i:.- VI IT t I- 1 t. - t .! 1Y , t VII IX'illL' Will attend to Minkimr 1) t ils Contracts. Mm urates. '-.. '' J. Maurico Finn, NfTAKY PPPLIC, AND DKl'UTY Clerk and ILlcgLslcv, F CltAWFOKH COTNTX. ' A. 11. SWARTllOlT. ATTORNEY .nd SOLICITOR. Nor au Y Pi: b Lie. fflr-Uusiiies in adjoining Counties solicited w,; ; Real Estate. Insurance, Collection Aitt. CIRAYUNll, MICH. N. E. Britt, COUNTY 811 It VKYOR OF CRAWFORD (OFNTY. SurvejinK in nil of its branches, in- cludinKH'Vt'liDK, promptly aucnoen to (IRAYLINU, MICH. Michigan Central Railroad. SAOINAW DIVISION. Time Table Jan 1, 1882. NORTHWARD. Sajjinaw & STATION?. Chicago, leave, .lackson. Hives June., Mason, Holt, Lansing, North lousing, Jtoth. LainsburKh, Mail. Day City L 1):1 p m 7:() a m 7:- a m 7-.r5 a in S:('7 a in 8:2 a m 8:2. a m 8:i a m H:.Vi a m I :()() a m 1:15 p m 4:4 p in .1:111 p m 5:22 p in. :35 p m :.:!( pm r. :.: p m t'i .10 p in C:2." p in t?::is p in Penning-ton, .):lt a m D. k M. Crossing, 11:23 am J Ikosmv l):2am :!() p in .laklev'M i.-'2 a m Cliesiining. !(:(( am St. Cliarles, l'):l a m I'aines, 10:l'i n in Saginaw City, 1 ;.. a m North Saginaw, 1 1 :: u m F. & P. M. "i)-S 11 :!' i ' Milwaukee, 112) a m West Pay City, 11 :1 a in Pay City, Arrive, 11 :" a in SOL'TIIWAIID. Jackson 7:1S pm 7:30 p in 7M.-pm S -.10 p 111 S:2 p in ::',.- pm 8:10 p in S -..Ml p m 0:12 p m U:20 i in STATIONS. PaV Citv. Iav 1,. press. 7;) a in Mail. 5:25 p m 5:30 p m f:05 p in G:15 p in 0:20 p m ;:;;) p m C:J5 j) in 7:10 p in 7:30 p in 7:3Sp in S:0 p in 8:23 pm 8:35 pm 8:50 p m !):05 p m 9:20 p m 0:25 p m 0:3S p in Vest Pay City, 7:"S a m Zilwauke'e. 7 :" a m F & P M Crossing, 7 : 1 a m t)rni Saginaw, 7: IS a m Saginaw (.'ity, 7;5S a in 8:10a in 8:30 a in 8:45 a in 8:55 a in 0:20 a in 0:23 a m 0:35 a m 0:50 a m 10:05 a in 10:20 a m 10:25 a m 10:3S u m 10:50 a in J'aines, St. Cliarles, Cliesaning, Oakley's, Owosso, 1 & M Crossing, Pennington, Lainsburgh, Patii, North Lansing, Lansing, Holt, Mason, Pivcs Junction, Jackson. 0:5 ) p in 11 :20 a in 10:L0 p in 1 1 ;45 a m 10:45 p in 7:40 p in 7:iX a m Chicago, Arrive, All trnins on SaL'inaw Division daily except SiiikIiivs. Connecting trains lenve (,'h'n ago 0 a in daily except Sun days, andO p m daily except Saturdays. Wagner Sleeping Cars on night trains. MACKINAW DIVISION. NORTHWARD, Stations. Mv.il. Freight. West Pay City, Lv 0 :00 a m Pay City 8:20 a in Kawkawlin, Pineoiining, Standish, Wells, West Pranch St. Helen's Roscommon, ORAYI.lN, ( Itsegolike, toiylord. 8:10am 0:30 a m 0:35 a in 1 1 ;C a in 10:10 n in 1 1 :55 a m 10:50 a m 1 :25 p in 1 1 :2; a in 3:C0 p in 12:02 p in 12:35 p in 4 :30 p ni (:00 p m 1:15 i) in 8 :00 i m 2:10 p m 0:10 a in 3:05 p in 10:50 a m 'hebovgnn r : I . i it mi I ;" a hi Mackinaw C'y. At IkOO p rn 7:30 p in SOUTHWARD. Stations. Mail Mackinaw C'y, Lv, 7.o a lit i 'he Imygan, 7 :45 a in ray lord, 1l :(0 a m Ots'euo LaUe. 1l:25 a in Frelglit. 5 :30 a m 8 :35 p m I :0 p in 2:H p in OHAYI.INO, PoHccnniiou, St. Helen's We.-t I'ranch, Wells. Standir!i. J'incMiinio'jr, 1. m Isii win. ' ;t Day City. P-' City. Aniv! A'l tliiins dail F. '. I'ROWN, 1 1 50 a in : a m 12:35 p m 7:15 p in I . Spin 0:05 p m 1 :!0 p m 10 25 p m 1 : 1 7 p m II :55 p m 3:03 p in 1 :IS p in 3:40 p m 2:50 p m 4 :30 p hi 4 05 m 5:00 pm 1 :':() pm . :5. pm f ej-t ! HI-T s. A.-'t ir rn nil Supt., J : NK I WIIITMV. A .-' Oen'l !'.is i'l Ticl.- 1 A .'"!. ChiiNi'.'o. J !. i K.DV ii . ;4'ur. D f oit. Ur. i:i(i'J.i!s. Id i . Pass. f i I . f . f r-'. . W M '''.. ;-t. t. ::."L:u.' V.y., I'.. City. 0. PALMER, VOL. IV. (1KAYLIN' I PFPl'PUCAN CAP CIS. The Republicans of the township of iniyliiig are iepitsfetl to meet at the emit house on Satunluv, Sept. 0, at 2 o clock p. in., for (lie purpo.-e of elect n g delegates to tlieccunty convention to he hehl on Tuesday, Sept. 12. Py order of Committee. fiKOVE RF PUPUCAN CAFCPS. A Republican caucus will be held in the -school house in district No. 3, township of (iiove, oiiSaturdav, Sept. 0, at 2 o'clock p. in., for the purpose f electing three delegates to the Re publican county convention to beheld in (iraylingon Tuesday. Sept. 12. Py order of Committee. RFPFPL1CAN COUNTY CONVPN TION. A Republican County Convention will be held at w Court House in (irnyling on Tuesday, September 12th, 1882, al 2 o clock p. in., for the pur pose of nominating countv olMoers, und for the transaction of such other business as may properly be brought before the convention. The several townships will be entitled to one dele ate for every 20 votes, or fraction thereof. Py order of County Committee. O. Pal.mV.h, Chairman. d'UAYI.INO, August 15, 1.S82. OTSF.OO AND CRAWFORD COFN TILS SOLDI FiRS' AND SAIL ORS' I'M ON. The executive committee of the above .-ociety have adopted the follow ing programme for the reunion and eiicamj uieiit to be held on the fair ground m (iavlord Sept. 5 and ('. I'll! ST IAY. 8 a. in. Pitcliing tents. 0 a. ni. At centinir new members and collecting dues and fees by the sicretarv. 10 a. in. tiuard iiioiinting. 11 a. m. Roll call. 12 in. Dinner. Poik. beans, hard- tack and colfee. 3 p. in. J'arade and roll call. 5 p. in. Supper. Hard tack and cof.ee. 15 l. in. Retreat. Roll call. Even ing camp fires and old stories told. 0 p. in. I altoo. KoM call. 0:30 p. m. Taps. Lights out. SKCONIi DAY. Reveille at sun rise. Roll call. 8 a. m. Pri nkfast. 0 a. in.-Sick call. 10 a. m. liiisiness meeting. 12 in. Diniu r. 1 p. in. lveiciscs : Prayer l!y Chaj lain. Address of Welcome Py President. Music 1 y the band. Oration R -v. John Mnile Music ' ( lur ( 'oiintry" (ilce Club. Toasts Our Count rv Rev. Win. Putnam; The Old Flag. F. M. Howe. Miimc Star Snanghd Fanner Pv the Hand. The Ladies, and their Work for the Soldiers .. J. Rose. Mush Picking tie Lint 01. e Club. Sick Call Dr. Pennoek. Sick Call Martial Music. Our Fallen Comrades J. S. An drews. Mush Just Pefore the Pattle Pv Pand. The Old Canteen O'eo. Smith, (ilee Club Soinr The Old Canteen. Three Days Rations and 40 Rounds lr. rarmater. The Hummers of the Army A. M. Hilton. Povs in Pine J. M. Jones. The Rebel Prison Pens N. K. Prilt. The Chicken Thieves of the Army J. JcsHipand Fd. (ioslow. The ii. A. R. W. Haines. We have not yet learned that a Dis trict convention has been called for putting in nomination a Republican c.-.ndidate for Representative to the State Legislature. From thefactth.it no convention has been hehl in the new district sines its re organ i.utinri by the Legislature there is no commit tee for calling conventions; however, a convention should be held, and some one must tnke the responsibility of calling the same, and no one seems de sirous to take such responsibility. Otj sego being one of the younger coun ties, and having a candidate to pre sent on the occasion, is reluctant about moving in the mat ter of calling a con vention, Put suggest that the leading men in some of th. older counties agiee upon a time and place and an nounce it through the press. Almost any lime within six weeks, and at al niot any place, will satisfy Otsego, and whenever or whrrexer it is called, it may be understood that Otsego will be (here on time. Opego Herald. The editor of the llnuld may re u.i ;.ilx r tlio picLtuci.t juot made by the Congressional committee of this district, . f. the members 'of the old district now residing in the lot !i called the convention the saino a though they had bei n elected since the reor ganization of the district. Ti e fame condition exist in the .legislative dis trict, and the committee will I, sue the :!! hf n days as won as t.'i;ie am i. dtcided. ' ;wm au'w!ittarut GRAYLING, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, (OTIIAM iOSSIP. TIlKSOltltOW.SOK M ATt'II-M A KIN'd M A M MAS YOINU J.AIIIKS 11KATKX U IIOUSKS IX TIIK HACK l'OH TIIK AV- 1'KCTIOXOK MUX A MOTIIKlt's HOM ILY A XICW DIMXIC TIIK CKIXOMNK NOT TO CO.MK IX I O KASHIOX VIIH ATHICA L DOIXOS A XI) mosi'KCTS. KK.M VIXATKII Mlt. TILDKX TIIK IX TKKXATIOXAIi MIL1 T A It Y It I V I. K MATCH C'ii ri-Kioinlciicf Crnwford Avnlam ho. ' Nkw Yohk, Aug. 20, 1882. Match-making mammas complain that never in nil their recollection and experience has a summer season been ho dull and unsuccessful as the one now approaching its close. Marriageable young men seem to grow scarcer and scarcer. At the sumuKr resorts, and particularly at the watering places, beauty of face ami ligure, on the part f the fair sex passed bv almost unno ticed, saved by the unappreciated ogle f the callow youths just budding into that period of maturity when the down :i the upper lip is the main personal bject of the owner. Conversational power has long ceased to attract any thing but the "old school" towards young ladies; in fact, this is a danger ous accomplishment to possess nowa- lays, for a girl that has the power to alk on various subjects is apt to le rotcd either a bore or a blue-stocking -in either rase she is an object more to be hunned than to be sought after. Young men are not what they used o be," said a charming lady to me one vcniiig on the piazza of the Oriental Hotel at Manhattan Peach. Sheison the sunnv side of 40. still beautiful. ippreciative of the world's goods, and rery tolerant of the rhoitcomings of the sterner sex, if they would onlv have the good nature not to obtrude tl.em I'lie only thing to mar hfi perfect en joyment of things as thev come is the fact that sic? has thre marriageable laughters, whom, despite her and her laughters' combined elfoits, she has thus far been unabh to place. "When I was a jrirl." baid she. " vmm.r ....... otild talk. They took pleasure and pride in meeting ladies; to be able to inverse or even indulge in small talk was nn accomplishment: to dance was i pleasure, and to sing or play an iu- trument were things for which every young man with an aim to stieceeed tried to lit himself. Now thy ar in til ing if not sporting characters. At New port they follow the hounds or p'ay polo, and in the intervals tall: horse. At Saratoga, when thev are not at the race track they are talkingor thinking about it, and e.t Long Hran' h thevaie either tliscussinr tin clemces of horses for certain races, or they drive out and rehearse stable gossip. Now, while I am not opposed to young men being haul of outdoorsports, I maintain thev should not entirely forsake the parlor entirely for the stable. It is Him pro clivity which keeps men single. Then, too, there are the restaurants und bar rooms which confirm their inclinations towards single blessedness. With the delicacies obtainable at publie tables, the fare obtainable in the home circle, no matter how good is not good enough and expert compounders of drinks, yclept bartenders, do their share in see ing that the foolnh men do not spend too much money on others Hive them selves." Talking about compounders of drinks reminds me of the fact that never be fore lias the taste for " mixed drinks" ccn so great as at present, and new ideas and new combinations are con stantly bMiig brought forward. It is but a short time ago that a mixture of whisky, vermouth and bilterscame in to vogue. It went under various names Manhattan cocktail, Turf Club cock tail and Jockey Club cocktail. Par tenders at first were sorely puzzled w hat was wanted w hen it w as demand ed. Put now they are fully cognizant of its various alia-es and no diflleulty is encountered. At one of the hotels, famous for its bar, a new drink has just been invented. It consists of bran dy, a touch of bitters, a dash of Maras chino, u suspicion of lemon and plenty f ice. They call it a foxhound cock tail, and its invention is attributed to a well known hunting man who, in his moments of leisure at Newport, con cocted it, ami on his return to thecitv confided the secret to (he head bar tender of t he hotel alluded to. P is an excellent appetizer, and its invent or c hi i 1 1 1 s that as an afier dinm. r drink it cannot be sui j ns;.d, lince he has found it to be the best aid todigestion he has p,irtiken of. A sigh of relief ha come forth from the fashionable world, for the edict has been i -sued from the home of La Mode, France tie- b atitiful, that the crino line, vnlgo, the hoop-skirt, is not fob" worn. It was a narrow escape, indeed, tli.it we had of th" revival of the day, wh'i! lovemaking had to ! done bv Hgnal.-i, for a dos approach between 'lovelorn M-ali ;.:i'i v.w.i '. r i.u? ki.s I JUSTICE AND HIGJIT. out of the question when the adored one xvas surrounded by even more formidable defences than Horace's tri ple armor of brass. The rage for nat ural flowers as a trimming for ball dresses and for the hairstill continues, and small flowers are generally the ones most preferred. The taste for private theatricals, which grew mi strong at Long Pranch and other sea side resorts during the season, is likely to keep alive during the winter, and the amateurs will thus have unlimited opportunities of inflicting their crudi ties and nerve on their Jong-suiTering friends. A curious feature of the un dying desire for novelties, by the wav. is that banjo playing is being revived again, and from being an instrument of torture in the hands of the negro minstrel and the -nriety theatre song- and-dance man, is becoming a welcome acquaintance in polite society. The piano is pronounced vulgar, the flute horrid, the violin a bore, and the cor net a nuisance. It is only the dulcet twang of the instrunnMit which the la mented Mr. (iaily, tin troubadour, played so well that can soothe the ag itated heart.' An appropriate costume has of course been invented for flip fair banjo twangi r. It consists of a skirt of mahogany red gingham, or woolen tst n IT, with a tunic of gaily flow .Ted sateen in the same shade. The hat has a dashing and wild appearance, with a :t of impossible pleats on one side, and its most striking feature is a brigand crown. As the skirt is rather short, barely touching the feet,r. youug lady arrayed in this way is perfectly irresistible, and armed with the mod ern substitute of t!n Int. .f f.. ys, the heart of the young man must indeed be obdurate who can resist her. All is activity in the theatrical world. The plaza in Fuion Square swarms with professionals. Last evening a number of theatres were reopened for the season. The Plack Flag had its lirst night at tht Union Square thea ter. '1 lie Plaekbird chirped at Harri gan & Hart's, and Ranch 10 was shown nt Haverly's. Plaekbird, although voted a success by the. large audience of first-nighters, is not likely to prove sr.ch a card as the Mulligan series for Hairigan & Hart. In fact, the opinion is general that Mr. llarrigan should hae well enough alone and stuck to strictly American vaudeville tluough which his house and his company hae b.'conif' famous. 'J he piece is superbly mounted, and Pave Prahain has fur nished some good music, but it lacks the familiar air which patrons of this house h ive become r,c.M:sNu;e.l to. Sc lina Dolaro still attract-, large audi ences to tin Pijou, and it is wonderful what a favorite sji- is among men. The ladies now and then are apt to think her costumes ami her manner a littl too isut, an 1 would prefer she played more to th-m than to the stern er sex, but Selina is content to let them cavil. Li hT acting she coinhiuos all the languor of the Knglish woman of the world with the ardor of the Span ish girl of the people. She has what the men call "speaking arms,'' and when she languidly swings them and sways her body in dreamy delight to the music of thj castagnettes in her own little Spanish song, the house in variably grows enthusiastic. Theo's pictures are in the show windows, but they were evidently taken some time ago. People who have seen her re eeiitly say she has somewhat maturcr in appearance; lit fact they assert she has grown quite stout. Another sou brette who is. likely to create some what Of a sensation this winter is the popular Viennese favorite, Josephine (ialhneycr, w ho for a decade h is been admiringly termed 4,Our Pepi" by tin amusement-loving people of the gay- city on the Danube. The Thalia The litre will bring her out, and no doubt this house, will be as much of uu at traction to American theatre-goers as it has been during the last seasons when Oeistinger was the magnet. A new th '.iter is to Inopenelin Hai l mii, called the Mount .Morris. Thus com binations can now play five different nojM-enieiiTS n t,ls ,.jfy -oil Upper Hioadway, at the Windsor, I he i rand OjH'ia House, at Ni bio's, and in Har lem. The fraud Opera House, which is now under Mr. Abbey's management, has been beautifully fitted up. In fact. the alterations and new decoration havo cost Abbey a great deal of money nid he feels n bit anxious about the result. Put if the buir;e.' is at all wdl managed. Abbey cannot fail to come out ahead. There is no slag in the city equal P that of the tirand Opera House for spectacular in.i fonu ances.' The outlook generally for the coming theatrical season Is a brilliant one. There c, nn to he plenty of nioii ey among the people, and they appear to be in a mood to ,'pend it. Lr fact everywhere, in trad and on the t-tock exchange, the feeling is bullish, and tli.-,.e .; trw I. , .-".;. tit', are apt to get left. The artists, t o, are coming back'to town, mid next week a number of stu ilios will be reopened. Sketch books have been well tilled during summer trips to the honif of the beautiful, either abroad or in our own country. aud tlie probabilities are that at the winter exhibitions at the National Academy of eMKM there will be a pleasant departure from the beaten tracks of goody-goody mediocrity to more interesting put Jim of originality in design, coloring and execution. Those who, for the past few years, nave heen assert iug that ex-Oov. Til den was practically dead have reckon ed without tln ir host, for the old gen tleman is in better health at present than ever. At his country house at Oreystone he has resumed his eques trian exercise, and to see him sit erect and smart on his favorite brown geld ing is indeed a sight. His house in Oramarey Square, which has been so thoroughly overhauled as to make it practically a new one is nearly com plete, ami a great many people would prefer it to Mr. Y.mderbilt's mansion. The inteiior fittings are simply gorge ous, amp the stained-glass windows represent a small fortune. Rumor is again rife that these wonderful and costly alterations have not been done for nothing. The gossips insist that a bachelor would not procure surround ings such ns these if he were content to remain in solitary loneliness. Thev even profess to have got on the track of the cho-en one, who is said to be the daughter of an ex-Senator, and who, although twice a widow, can vet take her place in the front rank of fair femininity. 'She is said to be just the woman for him, char-headed, ambi tious and a great worker. Put when Mr. T Men's lifelong aversion to mat rimony is considered, it seems doubt ful, to sn the least, that he should at this late day "give up his freedom," s young men call it. In military circles the coming Inter mit Final military rifle match is the all absorbing tonic of thought n.l en. versation. The practice at Civedmoor continues with vigor, and the best re sults are anticipated. None of the scores made thus far have been exactly re niarkable, but the records are so even ly good that, with steady work on the part of our champions, thePiitish vis itors will indeed hax e a long pull to make in order to beat them. The r fli- eers of the National Rifle Association, who have the management; of the af fair, promise the public superior rail road UTommodations and the best of care o;i the grounds. They must needs improve on previous performances, for it the last International shoot nt (.'reed moor, it was indeed torture to spend a day on the arid plains and a horror to ride home afterwards in over-crowded cars. Iloii. Jno. K. Pols, of Hudson,-has been nominated for Representative in Congress from the Second district to succeed Hon. F.dwiii Willits, of Mon roe. Mr. Poies will make an able and honorable member, his record in the past being suflicient guarantee for his future work. LOST, August 1 Stli, a child's black velvet coat, with large smoked pearl buttons, strap across the back, pearl in center. Tlie Under will please leave the aule at the post ol!Ice in (irnyling and oblige. J. ii, Mau.sii. ;ri:ffdlican stati: jtickkt. For (Jovernor David II. Jerome. Lieutenant-O'overnor Morreau S Crosby. Secretary of StateHenry A. Co- nant. Trasnrer Fdwnrd P. Duller. Auditor-Oeneral Wm. C. Stevens. Land ComniisMoiier Miner S. New ell. Attorney (ieneral J. J. Van Riper. Superintendent of Public Instruction F. D. Cochrane. Manisteo Hotel. AN1 BILLIARD PARLOR Second door oast cf Exchange Hotel GXtAYLLNO, MICH. IMPORTED WI1ISS, Li-iuors CIGARS ALWAYS ON HAND. . - , . i F'JELISHEE A1TD PROPRIETOR 188S. NO. 18. ELASTIC PAINT In the llieniH'staiul l)C':;t ill Um OH it eMtlill NO ACIDS, NO ALKALIS, NO LIMP, NO WASTP. FLOWS FltKKLY, COVKRS WKLL, RFTAINS COLOR, RPSISTS WATER, An.! is warni.nt.-t1 to last ton wr Minn the HiiIjIht or .u mi. r i mints. FOR SALE AT THE P.O. jrobate oinu:n.- sr.vTK or MICIIIOAX. I I'KCXTY OK C'HAWFOHI.. I Al It K--1' ill of till I'ruli.ite fun,- r.... o... ........ ty of (Yii Wf'-ilil. li..(..i nt the IVolMttf oftl.-e in tlie Vllinm of (ilftvllliL' nn Tmlnv tl.u .! .1.... f Allirut. iif On. ...... il, i ..!,,!.. tlreil urn! ehrhty-twi. new-lit. AilHhert Ttvler. Jtiilgi of Pivb.tte III tin mntt..i- ..f tliu !... ..I' 1..I.., . (lccfttsfd. t n lea.litiK nn.l filing th" petitien. duly verlfM f Kiell.-I l-d I'lifctfll.i tirni-dii' On ,.,.ii,. ... .,.ii...i; cato nntl (leleriii, lie whii nre th" lawful hMjm of said 4m eased mid Uic r resMctivc rights In nnd t'i (lie real estate whcrei f Haiti lcc.ivcf ied seized, and to determine who are el. tit led to the H.lllll'. '1 liereniiiiti It. i ii-.l. ...... I Ow.t Tl.. n... 1 1.1. lay of September, nt MoVl.x-k in the tuivii.M.ii he .'isMtfiied for the henlitu,' of mid -titl..n. nnd tint the hciiK nt taw o said deeeused. and nil oilier cr.soKH interested in hi id estate, nn re M'nred to appear nt n session of raid Court, then ... n-gu.-n ur i ne i-roiKire oilliv m tlie tillage of (ii-nyling. and tdi-.w cause, if any iheie lie, whv the lirnviT i,t fl i.tui. .....- t..'...i.( ..... i.- Minuted; mi l it is fiirtle-r oi deied. that H.Ud m- tltinliel-. nifhiiril '..... .11.. ,rin ... .1... Huns Interested in i-nid eutale. of the ln-ndetiey of .uu iiiiiin nnu me ne u-iinr iii..-..r. i.v eausinfr a copy of this order ti be pnblishi'd in t'iieCiiAW- KOtU A VAI.A VfllK II lluu-ul.nlu.r. ...-I. ...-. u ...I ..... late." iii hnid county of ( r t ford.tliree w ceessive iiti ioiim ii) Mini unv or in-aiim.'. A line co.y. ADKl'jlEK r TAYLOR. JndiCof Probate. X OTICE VOn I'l IU.ICATIoX. Land Ofa at Rnrn Citv. Mich., , . August l.Mii. ihs Not ! IK herebv el von t'.-.t il... t. .11. .i.... settl.TM has tiled not ieo of their intention to make final nroof In MMiiixii-t .f li ..u,... i ..... try thereof, and lliat said nro..f wifl be mn.i.. 1.... foie the CIo k of Ihe Circuit Court if ('rnur..nl mil v Mii lili'.m nt 1 1... ........... ....... .... m ..... Illn 21 il.iv of S..nl(..i,l.,. iwv . ; t;'.!.,., i n....i." hoinestead entry Ne. VAl and 7717 mhtilioiml for the e h of n e q ar. d additional n h of m o Kee '41. town n. rjiijw 1 w. and names the folh.winj.' witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon nnd eultiiation of s;iid tract. r: O I Vini-etii of 1'eie Cheney p o: Chnil.-s W Ive of I en Cheney i o: A mil f-w Love of IVre Cheaev n o: :.latliew Owatkfn.s of l'eie Cheney p o. William IT Kherm.-iii lw..,....l..n.l ........ v- . m-.u ror the w h of h w ii Ke. fn.n ji, t,,wn .if) ra !;( 3 w. and ii.-aneK tin- following w(tnt-KH to p ovu his eoiitililli 114 liMideii.-M iimi.ii .....I ....l,i.g .... . r aald tract. i..: Oi-oiKer ien of Fred.-rieville p o; Alfred Willlfice of l'l-.-ili-rl.t ill.. ... M u li.li t , ericille p o: I' M Jh.yt of FiVlerlcviMe p o. Heiiianiin K Sherninii Ii..iiiUmI.. ..i ..... . x-.. - fi.Vi, fur the w U of n w ii Kectfori .il. ti.w'n "mi ii ran).'.- 1 w. and namcx the fo'.Iuwin wifnivseM to prove his ront.'nuous residence upon aud cultiva tion of said tract, viz: (J.-o V Iwpii 1,1 .'r...l..i.. . -in.. ... tif...i --, laei- or Fnslerieille p o; M S liill.-'y of Frederic villet. o: I'M Ilcvt of Frl..ri..riif!. w5 K,niVAi:ii sTKVi-.xsov .... OTICE FOR lTULICATlON. Land (llTl.-e at KatSaoivaw, , . . Anciet i'th. lv.'. Not!c is herein- eivioi tti-it tl.M r..M.. !..... ........ .1 w-tller has filed notice of his intention to make llnal iiroof in Miippnrt of his claim, and that xoid oroof will be made before the Count r Clerk of Crawford c .untv at (i-nvlimr. o-i the l.'.th d iv rt SeptemlM-r. iss-j. viz: Ja-per X. West, of Crawford Co.. Mich., for the n h of n w ti of hcc S. to 4i n. r 2 west. 4 He II imes the followiiiL' iiitii..vw.... t. 1.: i-oiiMtinons residence upon, and cultivation of. said land, viz: Cenbeli linlililtt r,f c-.vi;.,.. ... t. ....... I lt..i....i..n.l :.. t.i. ;,. . . ,iK . ... i i 1 1 1 j i .uouer oi (M vIiiil-Ii o: fj'vl VnnUnrnii ..f I 1 .. nl7w3 CIIARLE-? IlOCOHTV. Ii. ioVt',.r. FXITF.U STATES I.ANP OFFICE, Fast Snirinnw- Ml.-li inoiu it i.fc-i X. tice M Williain Fisher. Complajnt having been entered np.linst you by ouriy v.i.eii:cn ter tiiiniiloim: -.ur home stead entry Xo i5".-. mnile by you on the SI day of October. JS7S. tiion the h li'of m e q and sh of x w i of sc.- SI own 21 n of lanire S wct. von are hereby Munitioned to appear nt this ofllee on tlie S.tlnliiy of Se.tetnber ne.t. nt S oYlook p. in., to show cause whv your said h -inesteail en try should iit be cancelled. The Hnhl llarvy W. Ileldcn islu-rebv summoned t;i appear ut the sann-1 imo and plnee. crtARLFM DoLtiHTV, Ee"ister. I . J. EURTOX, Ktieiver. allw.'i rXITF.H STATKS LAM) OFFICK. KtT S.KHNAW, Jlicli.. AiiKiist Sih. 1SS3. N'otice to .b.l.ii I'.f. i- Ii-init i I. V.'h'pplc for nhaudoiiinp your hoim Mead ..i.lrv V.. -4KI .. 1... .1... ..mi. .1 m 1'iiiiii.l.ii.l 1. K...... I .. ..1. Sopieniber. 1 s; !i. upon the s r i of t;ec. I. town -.ft ... -. a " . -. , III." ii.-i.-iiv H-IIII 111' .1111 11.1 iitM-ar ct this ofHce on tbe lhtb iliiv of lli-li.lier next at 2 o'clock p. in., to hIiom cause why your nam Homestead entry wli'mld n it he cancelled. The wiid Ianiel L. Vhlple is hereby Mimiiioi.ed to appear at tlie r.n me time mid place. CllAltLK.1 DOUOnlY WeeWcr. F. J. Hl'IiTOX, Receiver dKv MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS. Mrs. T. W. Mitchell nrrs imtcUitoeA lier IiTl Stock of IVrflhwry and Pimcy (ot1s, wlrirlf slw will h at the lowest po.-ible prievs. . The ladies of firaylin anT tieinity nr rtfrpect fully invrteI to call iai quinine tr gocd.s ril hirry THE AVALAXCHK, I'uhl'ishfd'rVry l"uflily, Al fiiajWi. iiith.tff O. PALMER, TEllAlB OF StJEECBiiPTlONs Ffm fs YKn ........ i.tau FOU SIX MON'MIS.;,. van i nr.EU yoxTi:; 4f Detrdit, iltfckfrfac and Jlaititicttrj Rail Road Fioiieef East and West Lino Tit tan uh the Vpprt l'tfti ft stria tf JUti:htttm. 210 Jfilii tfivrieT aiit 1'J hwW qul-ktf tltftn Httyoflttrline ht tict tn Jhtttrit, fttntthem yHhijini and ah Paints East untt ftrttficati arirt the Ji nn and Cop per DMthi.it aorta Aast Leave Mrtrontffw H p Hi 6 SO W h (.'. ut M II a in" IS Or. p ni 1 tS p nt 4W p n 6 00 p m ilo Onoti !) 4 p 111 do Mil nisi ii 10 or p m do Kene.1', I t Hit M do McMillaif i V, ft in do Newberi t 1 a n nt Arrive It St lgn'uc' 5 00 p nt (iOfMf WKi?F. I are Tt Sf Ignate 10 30 p tri i ft irt 5 IS a nt 6S ft fn 4 -to y n 6 -frf p" in JO W) ft at 1 41) p ut S l.'i p ui llN p tit 4 Ml p Irt A :'A ii in no Newherif do McMillaji do Nenrjr do Muiosiiiff do Oiuta Arrive .Mai quel to 7 Wl p ni t p rrt I 1r.lil.M..f 1....U n . n.u.1.. W t .... ...... ...I. I. t.W IX.IUllnr Ktenriiei- f'ifv of (1..vel.nnl f..r tvtrr.tf tini inter:iit dlatu points. .. mo sin iiipnn ('Mitral Ilaili iail f.r ietroi! ana 11 Ijoihts in ilhitf-iin and i KtiKr. K..m uu,i Soiilhenst, With the New KtiKlnrndTrtniportaflAnCo'liiiiy for Milwaukee. Ceii-ULro. f utiii.vWix It. and nit points in Canada. .i .liarqueite whii rno Jftff' nr, iiwttmoii j: OntunnKoii lta ilrond for the Iron and t'opper ttlcirt, and riih ktcbineM for l'tih.th ftiid W NoHhwest. Thr.illi'li tLl-fj r.n vnf fit 1f'ir.iiitfu ln.l Ut . Ificice. Mini all Miii:u in Northern Kensnln. For iuloi inatK u ns to passeiwr and Uhi ratea apply to ta lit tot tieiitth) lrfi htniiJ I'aM-nuer Airent TJIOS. SIrVFoWX.Oen ISurt.. JnArfitiMte . Mich F- MlLUOAXj (jinn-I Fi t i'l-arn'r AkV. 4. i Mwrqtieuc, Miclu a pi WRIGHT & DAVIS, Ara ffoiv ppepartrl its furiiisli vii grader of FLOORIirfi, SIDIM8, CEILING, - BATTENS, MOULD 1 If Q, Anf fitnufirf (Tie.-setl ofie Of two? kkIch, Also nuiliof any h'm 8iul tlMlit Cdrrsspondence Solicited. ANDREW PETERSON lllin-iii'if Wirt, ffrttylAig', ifh-fi' Invites ih fnspctk)iV of the pe(pl? of iirayiuuf niM v-icunty to Ins Choices and Select Stock of WATCHES, :lovKS. RfNfftf. pfNX )LTTTON?, and in fart rverything finally kpt it FIKST-CLASS Jewelry Establishment. Iffs sfock i's eoinpfete, nwd h fe trf' t he cnii pleisH ti im1 all f WW 11irison'n IlArdtfire Ka- ltukiM Avenue, (Jr.yliug, Mich, '