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. ' BY THE TIMES PRINTING .CO., - OlfOBSO, MlCHlOAH. TERMS:. One Tear. $1 50 Six Months, . . 75 Three Months, 40 One Month, r 15 fitrlctlj In Advance. tSJTor papers sent out of the county 15 cents extra will be charged to pay postage. Business cards, three lines, per year, $3 00 Legals at Statute Prices. Terms for Easiness Advertisements made known on application at the office. GB. LYON. Attorney ad Counsellor at Law. Oflice Over Stewart Co.'a Bank, Owosbo. Mich. 8-jl F. TAYLOR. Justice of the Peace and At- tornejr at Law. Office orer the express office, corner of Washington and Main streets. Collections made; conveyancing and other legal papers executed. All business entrusted to him will secure prompt attention. May i yl OWOSSO Lodge, No. 88, 1.O.O.F., meets erery Friday evening, in Odd Fellow's Hall, 8d story, orer A. McIIardy's Agricultural Rooms. All brothers in good standing are cordially In vited. GEO. C1IAULTON, N. G. GEO. M. DEWEY, Sec'y. C McCORMICK, M. D., Physician and Bur- geon. Office Over Parkin's Drug Store. Residence Exchange St., Owosso, Mich. 219 ORIENTAL Encampment, No. 69, I. O. O. F. meets on the 1st and Sd Wednesday Kren ings in each month, in Odd Fellows Hall. Patri archs in good standing are cordially inrited. W.MATCOCH, Scribe. A.ROBKESTON.C.P. JOHN 8TORUER, Notary PuhUc, Real JEststs J and lnsnrsncs Agent. TrmnsporUtioB Tickets from any point in Europe, tot sale; alse business connected with Consular duties promptly attended to. Subscriptions to In Times received. Office with Q. B. Lyon. March 2 yl w ILL GOULD. City Agent Evening Nsws. Subscriptions received ror ail puoncsuons. T. GODDABD, M.D., Physician and Surgeon. O Office Cor. Washington and Mason Streets, successor to Dr. Smith. Owosso, Mich. Mch2yl He B. PETERSON, ODEILTTIST. 14 TEARS PRACTICE IX OWOSSO.) OFFICE-Over Dinsmick'a stote, "Washington Street. RESIDENCE Cor. Park and Williams Streets, Owosso, Mich. E. R. HUTCHINS, ATTORNEY AT LAW OFFICE Over First National Bank, Owosso, Mich. WILLIAM M. KILPATRICK LAWYER, SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY ' General Insurance Agent. Oflice in the Williams Block, Washington Street, Owosso, Mich. -AKI S. F. SMITH, Attorney Counsellor at Law OFFICE Over McIIardy's Store, corner Wash lnzton and Main Sts., Owosso, Mich. 7-yl Geo, H Bedford CARRIAGE and SIGN OWOSSO, MICH. DON'T FORGET The Little Shoe Shop Around the Corner, . Where we cut nothing but the Best French Stock, BOTH JUf E t'AU! . EVERT JOB GUA11ANTEED. REPAIRING DONE WITII NEAT NESS AND DESPATCH. Under DAWKS, UAMBLIX Jb MILLER 1,1. L, STEWART & Co., BACKERS, OWOSSO, - MICHIGAN. Collections Made and Re mitted for on Day of Payment. DRAW DRAFTS 05 ALL TEE PRINCIPAL CITIES OF ETJROrB. Also Issue Bank Money Orders payable In Foreign Countries. COKRESPOITDIXTS: AmerieanExcfcaxigeNational Bank, Kew York Commarcial National Bank, - Detroit -ffM RSTH NATIONAL BANK OP owosso. OFFICEBS: T. D. DEWEY President. MORRIS OSBURN Vice President C. E. IIERSIIEY Cashier, directors: T.D.Dewey, A. McIIakdy, A. II. Bterlt,' F. II. Gould, L. Strubeii. . M. Opburn. ' E. R. HUTCHINS. DEALERS IN ALLOOTERN KENT SECURITIES, t3J"DrafU drawn on the principal citie of Europe. FARM FOR SALE. The subscriber offers for sale his farm one mile South and mile East in the Township of Bennineton, com prising no acres, on which there is 50 acres of improvements, a house and barn, windmill on pump, two orchards, one young, peach and apple; and 17 acres of wheat on the ground. For terms, etc., call on or address J. F. RATH BUN, Bennineton Station. Bennineton. April 17. 1884. tf a w w . i . . : ; , , ; t ' f I ..! 1 NEW SERIES, VOL. Ill, NO. LOOK AT THIS! Have just returned from New York with a Large and Hand some Stock of . JDTtrS? GOOIDS Having bought these just after to give our Customers tne Denarii, vve oner Big Bargains in Dry Goods, Silks, White Goods, Shawls, &c, &c. 25 YARDS OF IFIEOlJSrU? FOR $i.oo, 25 Embroidered Hose 12$ cents per pair. Carpets 20 cents per i nn 1 :ii U 1 r-A yard and upwards. iry us anu yuu vvm uc pcaacu. BROWN & MAHANEY, Cash Dry Goods House, Owosso, Mich. A New Departure & A Big One ! GRAND COMBINATION OF THE TOBACCO DAWES, HAMBLIN & MILLER Havine moved into their New . Washington street, just aoutn oi r.xcnange, nave opened in connection with their Jobbing , Trade a RETAIL DEPARTMENT! In which they can offer special inducements to their patrons. This we can do as we have a very large variety of Brands both of Tobacco and Cigars con stantly on hand to select from. Come and See us and we will try and please yon. DAWES, AGRICULTURAL Having added Agricultural Implements, Wagons and Buggies t t i .... i . it.:- c : j t tO my riaravvare uusiness una opinio wuuiu aay mm x now have a .complete stock of the following makes: "WALTER A. WOOD'S full line of Binders, Reapers & Mowers Together with the Easterly Binder and Crown Mower and Reaper, CORTLAND SPRING WAGONS AND BUGGIES, J. W. BooUwalter & Co.'s Hay Bakes and Tedder's Com Cultivators In all varieties. Anyone in want of the above tools we ask to call and give our goods an inspection. We also have a full line of the following goods which we will sell as low as the lowest for cash : Bar Iron; House Trimmings, PAINTS. OILS, GLASS AND PUTTY. J. W. MA8URY & SONS' Guaranteed to give better satisfaction than any other paint made, of which we have the proof in our own town. Screen Doors and Window Shades that fit any size window, Corn Planters, Haying Tools; . Blacksmiths', Wagon Makers' and Railroad Supplies; Gasoline Stoves' and Refrigerators that lessen the. work of the kitchen one-half. In fact we have anything you want in our line of trade, and as great a variety and large a stock to select from as any two stocks of the same goods in Shiawassee County. When in town always come and see us whether you want to buy or not, as we are always to be found at the old btand. C. Famous anDEcisi DATTLES OF THE WORLD. J OAPT. I1XO. U. ft. A. BISTORT f ROM THE BA1 ..traT4 la dy. How Fa or Oi.uUr hM Wraad llB). Aili tht Mtmory.i Plemnirtand tntlruettom, 1 &7 Writ m in fall CMoripUem m4 Utm. A BISTORT FROM THE MIALIj miTITS AND TIlEES. LOTf tek i1nCtaM. I'r) Calloflme. ?l7 II . y-v LI OWOSSO, Sc OABPETS! the Crasn in Prices we intend Store on the East side of , 1 - T- 1 1 HAMBLIN & MILLER. IMPLEMENTS! RAILROAD COLORED LEAD J". STTJAET. BATTLE - nKLDk Vbsw tiow KaUnni t4t f iinfi tiont.ti. AOrul Ho forum and Tonnr."MTa M.Mftarf Vina Illn.r.tlniii. ima Wnbd ItMnhM AJaraaa J. C MCLUUT Jk CO- hlraco. Ilia." TO DRALRRS AND PLANTEHS. GEO.8. jOASL,I, FrdoDlatN. V. 10. TRADE ! 1 MICE, MAY 30. 1884. CORRESPONDENCE. BYRON. H. H. Rosenkrans "waltzed" down town last Saturday morning looking very happy, the cause of his happp ness a seven pound girl. L. W. Barnes was presented with another son a few days ago. We are enjoying a very severe snaps ot cold weather. "uaraen sass" that was left out doors last night got frost bitten. As we had ice as thick as window glass. Corn is all planted and sheep washing seems to be the order of the day in this vicin ity. PERRY. No saloon nor billard-table in town now. Good! Carpentering is profitable em- ployrrient in Perry this spring. Improvements still progress in spite of the cold weather. Mc Connel & Sons have assigned the grist mills over to Wm. McKellops being unable to meet obligations. Mc. intends using the mill to its ca pacity. Dr. Marshall intends remodeling his mill and putting in new patent processes. Mr. R. N. Parshall has gone to California on a prospective trip. The firm of Mabin & Drake has closed up shop. Our milkman's business must be increasing as he drives two horses now. The 99 cent bazarr store has gone back to St. Louis, Gratiot Co. Rev. Mr. Hamilton's subject last Sunday morning was "Liberty, a Grace" and well handled and high ly appreciated. Mr. T. S. Wright has a walk in front of his dwelling and there's talk of following his example. LAINGSBURG- Mr. Thomas Cooper is our new M. E. Sabbath School Supt. He is a live man. Mrs. S; A. Tyler of Morrice is vis iting her daughter Mrs. R. Swarthout. ine iemperance cause is gaming friends every day. There will be considerable building done here this season. . Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Knight left for their home In Neb. last Wednesday. Mrs. Knight was formerly a Miss Alary MCKee. ana is well known in Owosso. J. C. Stone will soon begin work on the office for the News, It will be 24x50 feet and 3 stories high. The News prospers spite of all opposition. COUNTY AGRICULTURAL AS SOCIATION. The Executive Board of the Shia wassee County Agricultural Associa tion will meet in the Common Coun cil room Owosso, on the first Monday, (2d day) of June, 10 o'clock, a. m., for the purpose of transacting such business as shall come before them preparatory to holding its .next an nual fair. All interested are invited The following committee will be expected to submit their reports at this meeting. Premiums and Programme E. J. Cook, J. S. McBride, D. Murlin. Rules and Regulations E. S. Burnett, L. C. Wilkinson, S. S. Jones On Business T. Nelan, Wm. Saw er, F. G. Morrice. A. Lee Williams v Secretary. MEDICAL MEETING. The Owosso Academy of Meeting will hold its next regular meeting at the usual place in this city on Thurs day June sth 1884. Dr. Wiltse will read a paper on diphtheria whicn will be discussed by the Academy. The special subject of discussion for this meeting is Chronic Gastric Catarrh. All practioners of regular medicine are cordially invited to attend. C. McCormick, M. D.,Sec 1 WHOLE NO. 30 There will be a reopening service of the Henderson M. E. Church the first Sunday in June. The venerable Luther Lee of Flint will preach at 11 A. M. and 4.30 P. M. Also lecture Monday night. Every one is cor dially invited to come out and hear the grand old minister. Excursion tickets will be jold to East Saginaw & return for one fare for the round trip June 2nd to 4th Inclusive. Tickets good to return not later than June 5th. Account Mich. State Band Tournament, by the M. C. R. R. Co. Wise action The Methodist Gene eral Conference has decided that it is not expedient to license women preachers. Rev. T. S. Leonard preached his farewell sermon at the Baptist church on Sunday, ine bouse was well niiea, tne sermon instructive and en tertaining, delivered in his usual elo quent manner. During the time Mr. Leonard has officiated as pastor of the church here he has won many friends who deeply regret his depart ure, and able as the church here is to employ the best talent in the state, if they shall succeed ia getting as Mr. L's successor a man his equal in ability, enterprise, and christian char acter, they will be exceedingly for tunate. The Times is advised that the ar rangements for a . first class celebra tion on the coming 4th of July, in Owosso, may be set down as a fixed fact. Mr. Kohler, who is soliciting for the funds is having fair success, and will probably secure all that is essential. But our merchants should remember that a celebration at Owos so means two or three thousand dol lars to the business of the city, that will be spent elsewhere if a celebra tion is not held, and act accordingly. Every body in Shiawassee county should take TheTxmes, a wide awake, local and political journal, all printed at home. Only $1.00 a year when paid fqr strictly in advance, to resi dents of Shiawassee county. $1.25 when sent out of the county, in ad vance. When not paid in advance the subscription is $1.50 in, and $i.65 out of the county. The Ovid Union is mistaken. The "Hon. Isaac Marston, (not Marsden) will not move from Detroit, where he has built up a large law practice, back to Bay City, and place himself in shape to take the nomination for Congress this fall." He would not go to Congress if he could voluntari ly have the vote of every man in Ihe 10th Congressional district. This we know, and Congressional aspirants in that district can govern themselves accordingly. The sarcastic editor of the Clinton and Shiawassee Union says: "The Vermontville Hawk thinks Hon. Geo. M. Dewey, editor of the Owosso Times, because of his long years of faithfulnesi to the cause of temperance and his unfaltering loyalty to the principles of the Republican party, would make an available candidate for Governor. Our friend of the Hawk, in bis endeavor to pay a com pumeni 10 a orotner editor, never for once thought that editors all being rich men, they should not be tempted to take offices which pay the salary that the Governorship of Michigan docs. These places our good brother of the Hawk should re member are gifts a great Slate keeps in store to confer upon poor but de serving men." The Ovid Union of the 23d ini. contains an exceedingly able article on the Grand Rapids Republican convention, in reply to the continued twaddle of the Evening Journal be cause the Republicans in their State convention did not endorse President Arthur. The editorial is right to the point, and states the facts in the case very clearly. And by Ihe way, there is another very good answer to the Journal which is simply to say, that the Republicans of Michigan were not inconsistent enough 'to en dorse Arthur and then elect Blaine or Sherman delegates to the National convention. William Peter's stave mill at Columbiaville burned Tuesday even ing, involving a heavy loss. This throws 35 men out of employment. The mill was fully insured. Fred. DeVos's dwelling and bam, Grand Haven, were destroyed by fire Monday noon. Loss $2,500; insured in Home, N. Y., $1,500. The fire, engine wouldn't work! The Jonesville woolen . mill ha. been closed on chattle mortgage and' the stock of clothes seized. A large amount is due operatives, who appear to be without redress. An 8-months old daughter of Wis. Neal of Saginaw City, accidently got hold of a box of morphine pills and ate several before discovery. Her re covery is doubtful. Will Cody of Ironton, speared a muskalonge recently that weighed 31 pounds. The silence of Ben Davis the Elk Rapids Progress in this line is getting to be painful. Charles Sawin, who has lived most, of his life near Coldwater, was killed, in a railroad accident while en route for Kansas. He leaves a wife and: A staff of engineers have been sent: by the Grand Trunk railroad com pany to make the necessary survey for a tunnel under the St. Clair river at Port Huron. Sarah Mclsaacs was found dead in bed at the Eraser house Bay City, Tuesday. She had gone there to work from Cass City. Heart disease was the cause. The state prison convicts, Leather andPangbom, who were reported to have escaped, were found secreted in the yard, after an all-night search by the guards. Farmers "should beware sending money to Fort Scott, Kan., for an egg incubator which has been adver tised in several Michigan papers, as, the party is a Traud. Fuller & Lyon's commission store;. Port Huron, was robbed of 150 pounds of butter Tuesday night, and H. Proser, grocer, had h is horse and wagon stolen. Five cottages in the Polish district, Detroit, were destroyed by fire Wed nesday evening. One man had a. narrow escape lrom being roasted alive. Loss, fct.ooq. Hanover, O., Feb. 13, 1&S4 After having lung fever and pneumonia I had a dreadful cough and could not sleep at night. 1 he doctors told me I had Con sumption and wculd die. " I have taken six bottles Fiso's Cure and my cough is entirely gone and I am as well as ever. Emmelink Ford. 1 Fon Sale at a Bargain (or will ex change for a cow, heifer, or something I can use,) 1 three spring, two seated buggy t 1 canopy top baby carriage; 1 good parlor stoye; 1 sewing machine. J. A. Armstrong, Owosso. ARTIST'S MATERIALS. I lave just added to my stock a full hno of the finest quality of Artist's Material consisting in part of J'Uiqites, Brushes. Imported tube paint, ite. 12 May Otli, 1884. k C. P. Parkill.. $1,500 Buys a pleasantly located farm of 4C acres 3 J miles south and west of the city.. Inquire at this olllce. First-class Apple trees for sale cheap S miles west of Owosso and f of a mile south of the 5 corners. Trees in good condition. Best grafted varieties. $10 per hundred. J. T. Moxlky. . The Times Printing Co. have on sale or for exchange for a good house and lot in the city of Owosso, 80 acres of farming; land, Si miles from Chcsaning, 20 acres improved, 12 acres of fine timothy mead ow and CO acres of timber! The wood and. timber on the land will sell for enough to pay for the property. For further partic ulars call at this oiilcc. - FARM FOR SALE. A raro bargain. A firfct class grain farm, consisting of 105 acres (fi miles south of Owosso, and 4 west of Bancroft), gooch buildings and located in one of the best farming sections in Michigan. 85 acres under good state of cultivation ; good cis tern and a never failing well, with wind mill; fine apple and peach orchard. Will bo sold at a low figure as the owner is en gaged in business in the west. For par ticulars enquire, on the premises or address E. O. Place, box 77 Bancroft, Mich. -m4. FREE LECTURE, At Opera Hall May 31, by, Dr.. T Bennett. Subject, "Chionic Diffi culties." Go, and hear the "most in teresting lecture ever given oa this subject. Go one ami all. - THE MARKETS. . . . . Prices paid In Owosso on Friday Morning of This Week. . - Wheat, ) bushel 85 (ft " Oats, W bushel 40(i 42 Barley $ 100 lbs 1 00( 1 25 Corn, shelled V bushel ?0(fl 50 Corn, in car, $ bushel 28(W 30 Beans, V bushel 1 25 C 2 00 Butter, lb 1301 15 Eggs, d07.cn 10($ 12 Potatoes, $ bushel 40 Qf fiO Apples, jp bushel 50C- 75 Dressed llogs. 0 00(4 0 50 Hams, W lb 10(4 12 Lard m lb , 8 10 Chickens, lb 9(9. -.10 Wool.ipib ....'18 4 23