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Murray & Terbush's 'Locals.
124.00 for 113.75, nee special Overcoat
Kale l)i h puce.
KLIl'l'KKS-Get them or na. we are
show i np three times as many style
as all our competitors combined
HAVE YOU jseen the elegant line of
plain ami embroidered Silk Sns
jeiuiern we aro offering this sea-ou
It n'it, why notr lhe Miowlsnee
NECKWEAR in all prudes of rooJs, and
all styles. Hie llnest line in con
tral Michigan.. See display in tiie
"TIIE TALK OF THE . TOWN" Our
celebrated $12 Overcoats, guaran-,
teed to be tli o equal of any $15.00
enat offered hv other dealers.
SMOKING JACKETS arid Drewii'if
Gowns in All color?.' and at all
wires. A useful and valnab'e pn s
ent for vour uontlemun friends
A FULL LlSli of Genuine Alaska e.tl
Cans in Colleije ami Tnrlmn Myles
THE LARGEST line of Silk Umbrellas
ever shown in this city.
TIIE CREAM of ihe trade are all hu
I nil their Muffler from ns. The
are so handsome you Mill surely
insist on one or more.
SLIPPERS? Why certainly we have
I hem. nil kinds ami at all price.
Everybody bays we have the laig-
esi and micst uFBomneni to ue
found See our Men's Mikado:
IE YOU want a Kuit, come to us. We will
sell vou Tinr best at pi ices lower
. than other dealers will charge jou
for inferior good.
MURRAY & TERBUSIL
"The Scrub must go" is the heading of
an article on stock raising but It also ap
plies to Sitting Hull.
Corunna Independent: Tlio Corunna
Coal Co. have commenced operations for the
sinking of another shaft. The prospects
are that they will strike a richer vein than
Pipes and smoker's articles at Connor's.
Flint Globe: Readers of the Globo know
that Fred Olds, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. M.
Olds, of this city, is at their home, slowly
recovering from an accident on the railroad
that came very near being fatal. And now
comes the news from Owosso that their
other son was injured there Saturday by
falling down an elevator shaft, and was un
conscious 12 hours from the effects of the
fall. The latest heard from him leads them
to hopo that he will recover.
If you want a first class pipe, cigar cases
or anything in that line, go to Connor's
Died: Caroline Austin, wife of James
Austin, at Boston, Mass., Dec. 8, 1800, aged
80 years. J. A. was formerly of Maine and
Wisconsin, and formerly an elder m the F.
W. Baptist denomination, and supposed
now to tie in some western State. Mrs. A.
died at the residence of her son, Daniel
Notice is hereby given that 1 will be at
Bennington Station on Monday, Dec. 29,
and also at Flttsburg on Wednesday Dec.
31, for the purpose of receiving taxes.
B. 1$. IlARDV,
Treasurer of Township of Bennington.
Cigars by the box at Connor's.
Holiday goods for young and old at A
W. Prindle & Co.'s, first door west of
Duff's, Exchange street, west.
A genuine Buck Glove for fiOc.
When ? At the hustling clothiers.
WEBB & WICKING.opp P.O
Connor's Is the place to get a good dish of
oysters or a lunch.
Graduating exercises of the class of '90,
Byron high school takes place this evening,
Dec. 19, the class being May Kitson, Edith
K. Welch, Harmon K. Boice, Clarence E.
Catarrh Hay Fever, Catarrhal Deafness,
A new home treatment whereby the worst
cases of these hitherto incurable diseases
are permanently cured by a few simple ap
plications made once in two weeks by the
patient at home. A circular describing
this new treatment is sent free to any appli
cant on receipt of stamp to pay postage by
A. 11. Dixon & Son, 345 West King Street,
The best cigars in Owosso at Connor's.
Call and see the elegant fancy wood cases
of White and Standard machines ordered
for holiday trade at Mich. S. M. it Organ
Co.'s, 207 N. Washington street.
The Prize Awarlcl.
The prize we offered to tho person send
ing us a list of words formed from the letters
in our firm name, Osuuitv & Sons, was
awarded to Mrs. Doane. The committee to
examine the lists decided the matter accord
ing to the terms of our advertisement. The
lists were from all over the county and parts
of adjoining counties. One list by Mr. J.
T. Moxly contained 570 words and tho
. definition of eacii word was nicely written.
Mrs. Doane gavo a list of 870 names, every
word being according to the terms of our
advertisement. . We thank those who kindly
entered the contest and hope they all enjoy
ed tho study. Also wo thank the committee
for their work in awarding the prize.
Wednesday, Dec. 17, at the residence of
tho bride's parents in Caledonia township.
Miss Myrtle E. Flint and Fred Richardson,
of Owosso, l lie house- was elegantly deco
rated. Under an evergreen arch in the
parlor tho couplo took their place, the cere
mony being performed by the Rev. Geo.
Sloan, of Milan. The present of tho groom
to the bride was an elegant gold watch.
The parents or tno oriuo presented a purse
of 8100. Mr. aim Mrs. Richardson will
commence house keeping in Owosso next
John Marks, who is living just South of
here, is very sick with pneumonia.
On Friday evening of last week as Fred
Wood, who resides in Fremont, was return
ing homo from Bancroft, he was run into by
one Thomas, turning over his bugg and
throwing him and his wifo both out. Fred
had his face and head bruised, spine hurt,
and ids wife's right arm. was broken near
tno wrist. Mrs. wood was brought back to
her brother s. John Wager, when Dr. Fox
was called and the fracture was set and the
arm very nicely and quickly dressed, but
the Injury being in such closo proximity to
the joints of the wrist, it will bo a long time
more sho will fully recover.
Clarence Redson. whe has been suffering
rom dropsy for some time, exnired on Mon
day last, tho funeral taking place from the
Congregational church on the Wednesday
following. Rev. A. T. Waterman officiating.
The remains were deposited in tho Fremont
cemetery. During his last sickness ho wa
with his sister, Mrs. Edward Hutchings.
Tom McEwIng visited John J. Atherton
at ids home near Duflield on Monday last.
This Is the farm that John exchanged his
business buildjng In this placo for early in
the fall, and it being a very good 00 acres oJ
land, it is said that John made quite a good
Seymour, Turner & Foster, of New York
state, have ; just closed their evaporating
business for tho season. They came here
as strangers, but they have done quite an
extensive business and have made very many
warm friends among farmers and others,
who I understand have urged ami have also
secured tho uromise that they will return in
tho fall of 1891.
Tho Chicago & Grand Trunk R'y compan
ies have had several new gangs of men here
of late, nil operating in different branches of
the railroad business, however, and the
result is a new side track nearly a mile
Thero will be a masquerade party at tho
opera house on Wednesday, New i ears
eve, rimi Wager and Koberts will furnish
the music, but Sol Smith will bo general
manager. An experienced costumer. I am
informed, will be present with suits to rent.
Geo. Smith, who has recently bought
timber on the ground from A. G. Warren,
A. Wilcox and others, having received per
mission from Mrs. N. G. Philips, will put a
sawmill cn the north side of the railroad,
just east of tho Grand River road, where
the said timber will bo converted Into ium
her suitablo for building and other purposes.
W. E. Watson was in Corunna Monday
by special invitation from Judge Newton to
attend court as a witness. .
Ihcodore Euler and Roger Sherman
were in Ann Arbor on business Monday of
The secretary of the Bancroft Union
Market Fair being subpoenaed to attend
court at Corunna Monday last and the pres
ident and treasurer being In Ann Arbor on
Incllspensible business, the annual election
of officers and such other business as should
properly come before an annual meeting of
this kind was adjourned to Tuesday, the
".id instant. ,
S. Blake, who was once proprietor of the
Corner Kestaurant here, was in town over
If the tram had not come along just then
the boys were unloading straw Tom Cud
ney's team would not have run away and
filled tne streets with pieces of hay rack,
baled hay, etc., and neither would Edd Ells
worth havo had a chance to display ills
courage and good judgment in putting them
under control before any serious damage
Bert Hunt is having the measles, and If I
am rightly informed, the reason there is no
more measles Is want of room, every availa
ble space being tilled.
Report from J. S. heclock hist Thurs
day made him not as well and Edith went
there again to care for him, but since then
lie is reported as better, with prospects
All is not yet quiet at Union Plains. Two
of the school officers, Conrad Fry and Wil
Ham Walts, having resigned. A special
meeting has been called for the election of
officers, but just when this special meeting
will occur 1 am not informed.
One of Antrim's honest farmers visited
Bancroft on Saturday evening, evidently
coming hero from some place, where
"budge" is not only kept, but sold. Just
how pleasant his visit may havo been I
havo not ascertained, but I am Informed
that he got a pepper sauce bath, a hair cut
with assafo'tida shampoo, and several other
novel and expensive luxuries, free of charge.
and ho was not here very long, either.
Iho Maccabees are still alive and very
active and it is now a fixed fact, 1 am
informed, that their great day here will be
Jan. 23, at which time they will appear in
new uniforms and greet their visiting broth
ers from other localities.
Mrs. Alice E. Symes, formerly of Ban
croft but recently of Washington Territory.
where she has spent the last two years, was
here last week, calling on her many friends
She is quite taken up with the West, espec
ially for money making, but as she will
remain in Michigan this winter she says she
win can later and say why. Kikkwood.
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iave Immense Bargains for you in Every Department.'
Highland "Worsted )
25, 50, 75c.
FULL LIKE OF TOBACCO AND CIGARS
In Fact 'Anything in the Lino of Fancy Groceries.
H. H. HALL,
our ) ftp Mens Heavy All
) vv Wool Socks
irkey Ked Damask, ) ORn
54 m. wide, only j Avv
WEST MAIN STREET.
H. W. MANN
Heads the Procession of all Holiday Dealers. Fall in, all
Popular Goods at Popular Prices !
Appropriate and Sensible Gifts of
Every Description for
So that you can Secure Desirable
Gifts of any Grade or Price.
Uur Holiday Display is Worth
Your Inspection, Please Call.
112 MAIN ST., OWOSSOJlinCTyDertmoTB-
I ra - A "
ge Line of Fancv Goods
Tabic SnB'd'H &oii4V! hdi..i.
- . ' 7 r-'" JJL
tfwoods, Embroidery Silks,
Kibbosa for Fancy Work
STAMPING DONE WHILE YOU WAIT . !
We arc Headquarters for
At Prices that will Delight you
in the Millinery Department
You will find the very latest WINTER RTVTRK o
large line of Fancy Feathers, Bird's Wings and Parrots," also
something new in Old Ladies' and Children's Hoods, stvlish
and comfortable. First-class work done in this Department,
and prices lower than anywhere in the City. Ladies looking
for a New Hat or Bonnet, Stylish and Cheap, visit the Mif-
THE PEOPLE'S FURNITURE HEADQUARTERS.
we wisn to call your attention to our Fino Lino of Nrw l-'urniinrn timt ...
sewing ai injures jower man ever.
SHARP IS THE IKZIISriJIE
That cuts our Prices this time makincr them within tho rnjwli of ovorv nan riii
ana see our aispiay oi
Side Boards, Writing Desks, Fancy Tables,
Parlor buits in bilk Tapestry, Wclton Hugs,
Mohair and Silk Velvets, Combination and
Willow Rockers of the Latest Patterns.
Suits, Fancy Oak Rockers.
J 0mtm mmmmL Mir i
BEDROOM SUITS from 91 G up, in Antique, Sixteenth
- tury and Old English Finish. The Finest Line in
Come in and see for yourselves and
will be convinced of these truths.
Better Bargains Than Ever !
ISrUNDERTAKING Promply and Quietly attended
J&Iiatlies' KM Mittens.
WEBB & WICKINO.
in the City or Country.
prices satisfacory to all.
Bodies Embalmed when desired
Jim Kane is on tho sick list.
Mrs. II. Knapp, of St. Clair, is tliq guest
of Dr. Ij. S. Knapp.
August Herman, of Bclding, Is the guest
of his parents this week.
C. E. Wyant, of Toledo, spent Sunday
with friends in this part of tho city.
Mrs. Saxton, of Lyons, Is spending the
winter with her daughter, Mrs. E. Holmes.
Mrs. Ida Burgess has returned troma
visit with friends In Caledonia.
Miss Mamie Garlick has returned from a
visit with friends near Tontiae.
Mrs. 1 Ilaisey ana son Winmrreu arc
tho guests of S. Ilaisey tills week.
Miss Bessie Douglass, of Catalonia, is
. guest ot her sister. Mrs. E. T. Sheldon.
Miss Watie Allbrlght Is spending tho
week with her mother, Mrs. Andrews.
Cards are out for the marriage xt Mr.
Knight and Miss Ada Ilaisey December 24.
Dr. E. Holmes and wife, of Saginaw,
npent Sunday with Owosso friends.
Misses Edith Hartshorn, Aena McCaul
and Kate Corlctt spent Wednesday with
friends In Caledonia.
Frank Therpo and Dan Mott, who have
!ecn working at St. Johns, have returned
to their respective homes.
Burglars entered the meat market of John
Keifer on west Main street on Saturday
night of last week by prying the door open
with chisel. The money drawer was
found Jn Woodard's lumber yard. Two
dollars was all they gained for their trouble.
Jlrs. Fred Carpenter, of Byron attended
the Klcbardson-Flint wedding Wednesday.
Tho Second National Bank of 1
Owosso. Michigan, v
Owosso, Dec. 12. 1890. 1
The annual meeting for tho election of
directors of this bank will bo held at the
banking houso on Tuesday January 1C
181U, at ten o'clock a. m.
A. D. Wmm.E, Cashier.
ITotlco to Stockholders.
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of tho Shiawassee Savings Society of Owosso
ror tne election or directors, will bo held at
its onico under the Second National Bank.
In the city of Owosso, on Monday, Jan. 5,
at s o ciock p. m.
D. M, Estkv, President.
K. P. Gilbekt, Secretary.
KNAPP & SM
HEW FURNITURE STORE,
No. 123 Cor. Main and BallSts.
To "Whom it Concern.
Iho partnership relationship hcrctoforo
existing between J.uclus E. Gould and
hawrence I. Gould, doing business under
the name or "uould Si Gould," Is dissolved
by mutual consent; Ij. .E. Gould continuing
Owosso, December 9, 1890.
Lucius E. Goumi,
Lawrkxcb P. Goum.
A Good Christmas Present !
8 yards of our famous Black Solcll; does not muss; rich as silk; for $3.00.
8 yards of S1.25 43 inch Black Henrietta, very heavy and elegant finish, at $7.75.
10 yards 23 Inches wide of our Black Gros Grain Silk. Host VaIha oatm! h,
10 yards Black Faille. I Ine Rich Goods at $1 1.00.
One of the Finest Tlush Saques In the city at $25.00.
Black Brocade Mattateso Beefer at $25.00.
New Finely Made Golden Brown Plush Beefcrs, Elegant Quality at $32.00.
Red Wheat $ .88 tog .02
White Wheat 85 to 00
Oats - 40 43
Ear Corn 23 25
Shelled Corn 00
Clover Seed 4 50
Timothy Seed 2 00
Potatoes.. CO to 75
Butter, New 15 to 18
Beans... 120 to 175
Apples 40 to 100
SPECIAL. December 11 till December 23.
X Napkins, allJLincn, for 89c.
10, 8 and 12'c Hemstitch, Bordered Handkerchiefs for 6c.-
Our 65c Gents' Uuderwcar at 47c.
50 Fine Towels at 25c. 25 Fine Towels at 50c.
D. M. CHRISTIAN,
We Have About
100 Couches Worth $10 to$15 Goingat$8to$12.
W'rth $60 to $80 going at $45 to $60
And for tho Holiday Trade we will give you
Equally LowPrices on Other Goods
Tables, Chairs, Chamber Suits,
Picture Frames and Mouldings,
Mantles and Grates of all Kinds."
JSTWe Box, Ship and Pay Freights on all out of town Orders.
Fine Funeral Furnishings.
Embalmer and Funeral Director.
NO. 123, MAIN & BALL STS.