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DKWEY & MclUMHK, F.MTOUS.
TEN IP AGES.
OWOSSO. FRIDAY, DEC. 19, 18M.
Dkak Kditou: After a few days' so
journ la the busy city of Montrose, we take
ihr train for Ourav. situated on a branch of
the ioiular lllo Grande road, 88 miles from
Montroso and 15S0 miles from Denver. The
rldo Is through a valley dotted with larms,
buildings and signs of Industry on every
hand. Dalles, a wee village Is passed, lor
ears tho forwarding station for freighters to
Tellusldo and Illco. Two miles further on
we pass Kidgeway, the stalling point of the
Klo Grande Southern, now building under
l he foster care of the lllo (Jrande proper.
The town is rapidly rounding Into form, for
you can see a live story brick hotel, railroad
office building, machine shops, school house,
church, stores and dwellings by the score
now rapidly Hearing completion, tinder
stand this work has nil been done since
early summer, which gives you an idea of
the hustling abilities of the average Colorado
citizen. From this time our ride is over a
road blasted the most part from solid rock,
along a steep ledge in many places 1,000
feet alK)e tho river bed. As wo wind
about the decline, and look out on tho val
ley beneath us, or on the -snow-capped
peaks above us, that glitter in the sun, tho
scene Is ope of the most picturesque views
of the entire "clrclo" trip.
A few miles further on, the brakeman
calls, lOuray, everybody change;" reluc
tantly wo give tin our seats in the reclining
chair car, and take a carriage for the Deau
mont, a model hotel. Why shouldn't It be,
managed by a Michigan man, Chauncy
Nichols, formerly of N lies. After Indulg
ing in an "elbow chaser" and a hearty din
ner, we are ready for a ramble. Ouray,
named after an Indian chief, is unique in
its situation. It stands unrivaled in its
surroundings of mountain chains, deep
gorges, wild canons, loy peaks and beau
tiful streams, which with its rich mines and
enterprising citizens, inako it one of thc
mast desirable localities for the tourist,
artist or po iU Ouray Is called the "punch
Ihw1," tho 'prinking cup" or tho "theatre
nit" for the "I'lav of tho gods." Whatever
figure you liken the place to. yoi
llnd anotMrjyutJlw"l'uii. we could not
rTTTTW any direction a half block without
going up or down hill, which requires a
stranger to keep their breathing apparatus
well In hand for wo aro 7,000 above sea
level; Tho mountain streams aro many of
them Impregnated with various chemicals,
while hot springs aro numerous, said to bo
a cure-all for chronic diseases. Swimming
pools aro among the attractions. Water
)ower for running the water works, electric
light plant and machine shops is a great
saving in fuel. Ouray Is the center of the
commercial attractions, gold and silver
mines. You can stand in any part of the
city and gaze on tho white tents, buildings
and ore dumps, many of them hundreds of
feet above you, readied only by a steep zig
zag trail. Many of these mines have made
their owners millionaires, while tho "woods
are full" of tho know-it-all prospector ready
to sell you an Interest in a rlchf?) unde
veloped mine. Tho mountain sides are
l ull of prospect holes, representing thou
sands of dollars In outlay and disappointed
hones. We might go on indefinitely nnd
tell you of the beautiful scenery and mining
industries of tins wide awake city of 3,noo
but as our time is limited we pass on.
We retrace our steps to Kidgeway and
lake the JJio Grande Southern train to
I'lacerville, en route to Telluride. The only
incident worthy of note is our pass over a
tiessle about 000 feet long ami ir,o feet high,
said to be the highest bridge in the State
liiirh enough at all events for a person one
bit nervous. At Haccrville we anchor our
selves to the top seat of an old-fashioned
Concord stage drawn by six horses, with
"Sandy" Hill as driver. Hill is the typical
stage driver, a man who lias pulled the rib
turns over four and six horse teams for thirty
years; he is good naturcd and full of stories
of his frontier experience. How many of
you can remember Hie old-fashioned Con
cord that used to run out of Detroit in the
r0V.' Well, the Telluride outfit is the same
but thanks to the railroad company, they
' will soon be a back number here. We can
spare them, for a day's journey over tluse
rough mountain roads calls for a hot bath
and three day's rest. All along the road of
is miles to Telluride, we saw gangs of Mex
icans and dagos working on the grade; now
and then we passed a contractor's camp
where the unwashed are fed and housed.
At tho top of a very high hill we get a line
view of Telluride. The location of the
town Is a charming one, at tho head of
the broad valley of the San Miguel, through
w hich rushes the clear, bubbling stream of
the same name. Telluride is not only a
place for pleasure ami business, but the
whole ueighlMH'hood Is now entering upon a
new era of prosperity, based on the mag-
nilicent output or its mines, prominent
The North western Teachers' Association
held a pleasant, lively meeting at lleiinlng
ton, Dee. The northwestern townships
were well represented and the association
most heartily welcomed tho teachers from
other townships. To those who did not at
tend we would say, wo regret your absence.
Tho exercises were opened by singing
"Michigan, My Michigan."
Prayer, by Kev. Fair.
Sec'y Dewey presented a paper on "Sup
plementary Heading for the seventh and
eighth grades," advising the use of stand
ard literature, such as Uoblnson Crusoe or
Uncle Tom's Cabin.
Mr. Uurkhead recommended tho reading
of some of Shakespeare's plays for supple
II. C. Dolloff presented the subject,
"Methods of teaching penmanship." urging
that school boards should furnish all writing
material. In teaching writing, aim first to
secure rapidity, then accuracy. Insist upon
the use of the fore-arm movement.
Sec'y Dewey suggested the use of paper
and pencil at the beginning.
Mr. Hall advocated the use of the pen at
"Methods of teaching Physiology" were
given by 11. C. Hall. The teachers wen
urged to exert greater effort to interest
pupils in this Important study. Improve
each opportunity to illustrate the subjects
with real objects.
MlssLuella (ileason read a paper on
"Tendency of Habits Formed in School to
Cling to tho Individual During life; Teach
er's Ilesponsibility." Teachers. are building
from precious material human souls
monuments more enduring than the Egyp
tian Pyramids. Wo are to a great degree
responsible for the habits of our pupils.
Supt. Simmons suggested that class
criticism should consist in pointing out the
gooil things, instead of faults; let the teach
er make the necessary criticism of faults.
D. C. Cooper presented the subject, "How
can tho school patrons be interested in
school work'.'" Ho urired teachers to be
come acquainted with the patrons, Invite
them not once', but repeatedly to visit the
school; Invito them on a particular day;
make the school room pleasant.
Supt. Simmons remarked that the teacher
must be Interested; get something new;
don't give pupils everything sugar-coated.
Tho question box received duo attention.
The following officers were elected: Pres
ident, E. A. Fox; vice president, 11. C.
Hall; secretary, Miss liessio Carmody.
Mr. Uurkhead extended to tho association
an Invitation to hold tho next meeting at
Lalngsburg. Tho same bnsLSi"
meetlliSLfliUiJrtrrnTTrnthlnLr la tlm mnsf (IntiffAr-
ous to young children. They should have
xtra attention and Dr. Hull's Ilaby Syrup.
are predicted with reliable accuracy
people liable to the pains and aches of
matism dread every change to dam
stormy weather. Although Hood's SilVipe
parllla Is not claimed to bo a positive V.res
clue for rheumatism, tho remarkable c
i. Air....i t ifc ........ I . . f
11 1 1 HI t'llll'll'll DIIIIW lllill, lb uiuy 13 m,
for this complaint with reasonable certa
of iMMielir. Jts action In neutralizing
acidity of the blood, which is tho caust
rheumatism, constitutes the secret or
success of Hood s Sarsaparilia. it you w
fer give Hood's Sarsaparilia a fair trial;
w ill do you good.
Jacksonites are gathering their ice crop,
We art; not in the cosmetic business, bi
it is truly wonderful to see how a dollar'
worth of Dr. Craig's Kidney and Liver Cut
will freshen up a heavy bllliouscomplexloi
Sold by Parkill and Son.
Day City authorities have found one
the fellows who so boldly ahd neatly robl
the second national bank at that place '
October. His name is English liill and. .
was found hi Dostou.
Hugo Zeien caught a silver gray fox near
C.Iadstone. , He is a trapper and tlds catch
will net him $100, as these are tho most val
uable furs In the kuown world tho pelts
lM'lng quoted at from S75 to 100 each.
llev. Dr. llankin, of Washington, D. C,
writes to the lloston Citngregationalist that
his sou has used tho Medicinal Waters 6f
both Europe and America, and leen treated
by the eminent physicians both In New
York and Washington, for liright's disease,
but failiHl to receive any benefit therefrom
after using tho Dr. Craig's Kidney and Kid
ney and Liven-Cure the desired result was
obtained and a iermanent cure effected.
Sold by Parkill & Son.
The people' of tho state aro warned by a
circular from tho authorities at 'Adrian to
look out for a young man whose specialty Is
to draw money on forged checks. Ho rep
resents himself as a studedt and prefers for
Ids victims educational people. His name
is not given in the circular.
Facts Worth Znowin?.
In all diseases of the nasal mucous mem
brane tho remedy used must bo non-irrltat-lug.
The medical profession lias been slow
to learn this. Nothing satisfactory can be
accomplished with douches, snuffs, jwwders
or syringes becauso they are all Irritating,
elo not thoroughly reach the afTec'ed-surf
Charming people, these exceptional peo
ple! Here's a mcelclne Dr. Pierces (Jold
en Medical Discovery, for Instance, and It's
cured hundreds, thousands tnatro Known,
thousands that'ro known, ana yet yours is
an exceptional case! Do you tmnK mat tnai
bit of human nature which you call "1" is
different from the other parcels or human
nature? "Hut you don't know my case.
Hood friend In nlncty-nlno out of a hundred
case's, the causes are the same Impure blood
and that's why Goldeu Medical Discovery
cures ninety-nine cases out of every hun
dred. You may bo the exception, and you
mav iinL Rut would vou rather be tho ex-
pptiilnn. or would vou rather bo well? If
you aro tho exception it costs you nothing,
vou cet vour money back but suppose It
cures vou? I Art tho Golden Medical Dis
covery take tho risk.
Nichols & Shenard are making thirty
complete threshing machines at ltattle Creek
achweek which exceeds all former out-
The Fowlervllle agricultural fair associa
.on has been re-organized. Tho greater
part of the stock being held by farmers.
In the head
Is a constitutional
Disease and requires
A constitutional remedy
Like Hood's Sarsaparilia,
Which purifies the blond,
Makes the weak strong;
Try It now. .
Ttftll. treasurer of the township o
.. ., ' . ... 1 . ..-til.
rmirnn. acniiiw couuiv. is miasm n
rly $2,000 of funds that did not belong
lm. A warrant is out ior ins urusu
ho appropriation tho Ann Arbor unlver
'11 ask the legislature for this session
'mMlnrthan two years ago. The
II be laid on tho shelf a couple of
i has a foot of snow. How'tl you
ide some of It for our bare ground
1 bond-holders" can reduco this
f without drawing heavily on the
If they w ill use Dr. Craig's Kidney
'er cure, ooiu uy rariuu oou
ommon decides that a starch factory
; the town needs to stiffen it up and
Sample Cloak and
Bry Goods Sale!
SPECIAL FOR. DECEMBER 13 TO 20.
List of letters advertised at the Owosso
post office for the week ending Dec. 13
Elva Hicks, C. U. Allen, Mr. Hebrews,
Mlcheal Clark, P. Burch, Sadie Urelling
James Eraser, Dr. G. A. Frasier, Annn
Diner, Lew Ishein, Mrs. Mary C. Gile, Geo.
(oilier. Prof. E. K. James. Isaac T. John
son, Mrs. ltessie James, Myron Hawkins,
Hattie Kecnal, Daniel .Kelly, (iodfred
Kuapp, Lizzie Fetee, (2) S. W. Simpson,
II. lay lor, t has. inters. King v Hill
Drops: Jesse Taylor, W ill Thomas, (ieo.
Martin, A. J. Lucas, Joseph Atkinson, (i.
W. Allen. Foreign. Wm. J. Stockton,
e can safely assert that nothing'cquals
Dr. Hull s Cough Syrup for all cases of sore
throat, coughs, colds, iVc. Price 2.V.
The whole number of votes cast for liovenior
Ktlwurd 11. Wiiiiins. 1) isa.rv.'.-lt.".'.!
,1 unics M. Turner. H IT'J.'JO.'i
Auriiih S. l';irtritn 1 '.'M.liSI
Kujiene Hclilen, I i:t, ins
.Inhii Strong iso.lUi)
Win. S. l.inton ITS, His
Henry Allen tf-VMU
.toliti Mi'lireor 1 .2vl
SKCUKTAItV OK STTK.
lan K. Koper . .'. 1S0,KV
Washington Uanlner I7S,M'.
Kdwln K. 1'nliiieter ,,'.",r.,.
William K. Ailains ll.iisi
ST.VTK TUFIASI ItK.lt.
Frederick 1 rn ustail 1 Tit. T I
Joseph 11. Moore IIS.K".;
Ansel 1 ('ollinj.'ton '.'."i.'.Ms
Henry lUaekman ll,.'!)!
(ieo. W. Slone
Theron F. (J hillings
Lucius A. Ives
William W. (iraham
among which may be mentioned the Marsh- John w- Mc(inuh
all liasin group which are said to have ?1.V ',a vl '(teh e'r
000,000 in sight, and tho Cold King, which O Hricn '.I. A t Id nso'n'. "..I:
pays at tho rate of $000 a day. The camp
nas an modern improvements and the
climate is good. Mercantile business done
lirro in a town of 7,500 Is simply wonderful
All day long you can sec freighters unload
ing goods of all khuls, and the burro
punchers " binding anything from a rail
road Iron to a box of maccaronl to the backs
f tho patient and tireless burro. The
steam engino is near by, and soon tho
freighters will have to "pull off," but the
long eared, slow plodding burro is a neces
sity, and will always remain to carry
"grun 'aim supplies to i lie miner s camps.
nerc in town we meet will Whctfcr, for
merly or tormina, now cashier and stock
holder In the bank of Telluide. Will Is
lull of business and making money "hand
over list. ' rer all that the latch strpig Is
always out to any Michigandcrs who hap
pen nis way, ami we know from experience
thoy will be royally entertained. Charley
w arson, nroiner or uwosso s Frank, Is the
faithful county clerk. His iMtpularity Is
Itest tested by the fact, though the county Is
republican by D00 majority, Charles gets
therewith botli feet election time in spite of
ins dyea in me wool democratic sentiments.
I.ert McClelland, anotherSliiawassee county
loy is elcputy county clerk, and we Judge
from his smile JJert has no "kick coming.'
In fact Michigan men arc to le found in
every corner of Colorado, and an enterpris
ing class of citizens they are. Next trip we
win go to uico. lours truly,
Ton r i mi:.
Among othir outward symptoms and ef
fects of nasal ratarrh is a thickening of tho
vocal cords and the consequent impairment
ofspmh. Old Saul's Catarrh cure la the
remedy. Price 23c.
John Lewis, a colored
is dead at Adrian.
man, worth 510.000
CO.MMISSIii.VKK OK LAND OK KICK.
(ieo. T. Shnfer INl.Ofil .1.113
.ionn ei. nerry 177.U'.
Ciirlton lVcl;. i '.Ti.on-i
David Treat 1 1.1VH
AdolphtiH A. Kills mvioK-ir.-WS
1 sen,). v. Huston 77,33
James H. Adsett 3-",31i)
SCI'KI'.INTEVOKNT I'l'llI.IC I .VSTKl'CT ION.
Ferris S. Fitch isi.isii :t,.,it;i
Orr Kehurtz 1T7.H2S
David Howell Lr..!0o
Chas. A. Litler Il,:ili
MKMHKK OK T1IK STATK ill) A It l OK KDCCATIOX.
David A. Hammond tsi .: :i .vie.
James M. llallou 177.7i
Charles Scott ".van
Jnmt's J'owvrs 1 4, '.mi
iH'STlCK OK TUB SCI'ltKMi: COfKT.
'.'.-. 1 7;i
First district .1. Lojrau Chipman, D., ;tl7yl:
Ilihbard Maker, H., l.vsill.
Second district James H. Cot-man, D., M l :
Kdwin 1 Allen, H., 14.508.
Third district James O'Donnell, uV,:u
John W. Fletcher, D., 14.210.
Fourth district Julius e'. Harrows, l , woo"
Geoiye L. Vaple, D., 15,07.1.
Fifth district McllMMtrne 11. Ford. I) . " 451
Clmrles W. Wiitklns, !., an. 15-1.
Sixth district-Myron e. Stout, 1)., 17,1 If); Wil
liam nun, ji., iii,L
Seventh district Justin K. Whiting. I)
B51: James S. Ayres. .. l J.r.ort.
IMKhth district -Henry M. Voutnalis, jr.
2.1): Aaron T. Mliss. K.. I7.15I.
Ninth district Harrison if. Wheeler. D 15
851: Myron M. e'utcheon, K. 17!I.
Tenth district Thomas A. K. Wead.H-k. D
10,731; Watts S. Humphrey. K.. 15,0.V,.
Klevcnth district Samuel M. Stetthenson. I .
1(1,007; John Scnicr, D 14,5I!.
I'HOPOslTION KOK A CONSTITI'TIOX A I, CO.VVKN
TIOX. V"r; 10.4-11
AKUUisi '.11.301 -!).h:m)
A Big Iiaplds drug clerk sent nitric acid
Insteael of sweet spirits of nitre to Mrs. J.
1J. ISrown and she will prohahly be an Inva
lid for life.
Kx-represcntative Watson, of Greenville,
father of the local option law, Is going to
Kngland to look up a fortune left by rela
tives. To Nervous, Debilitate! Men.
If you will send us your address, wo will
mail you our illustrated pamphlet explain
ing all about Dr. Dye's Celebrated Klectro
Voltaic Belt and Appliances and their
charming effect upon the nervous debilitat
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Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.
Is a nil
Tolled reaiiij" 1 1 i't
--nrvvays do when I hear a
:ii, ana i can't help it. it saved
will cure you. I was threatened
inter and It broko it
children out when their
their coughs and
first doso helps you.
It. A mold, engineer on tho
" " v .: will cure you.
m OTl 1,10 chi,Jrc
Ji L' U'6 80rP cures
itSlW The first
stes . B. Arnold.
'I.V., at Conajoharlc, N. Y.
'loymcnt Is open for 1,000
ut lronwood this winter.
'ii in tiogebic county.
Idren Cry for
' To whom
poration of tl
t may concern: The partner-
o existing between David M.
amuel F. Henderson, elolnir
ler the name of tho Eureka
.i dissolved by mutual consent.
viu uo coimnuea ny tne or
fcureka Cement Co.
David M. Kstkv,
Samukl F. 1Ii:mi:i;so.
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Sill EDWIN AltNOLD
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THE CELEBRATED HOAWRD FURNACES,
The iibovc rut represents l)(Kr Frame, Cnslni; nnd sld! view of Tlie Howard Furnaee
showing tho solid east radiators and illustrating lliu Croat DlstariCO whieh the
Smoko and Products of Combustion obliged to travel in one
uninterrupted volumo beforo reaihinK the smoko pipe. Tim most
Indirect draft Furnace made still retaining a perfect draft, consequently a
smallest consumer of fuel. Call and see sample nml get circular. AImi a full lino of
renlnsular Furnaces, of which we carry samples. Do. not fall to see us before huylng
a coal or wood fornaee.
. . HARD WAKE AT LOWEST LIVING PRICES.
IRA G. CURRY
WESENER BLOCK, OWOSSO.