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Pennsylvania "57111 So Hor Duty
IION. CjlUIiiTOPUKB L. Maoek.
"What do you think your stale will do?
"Pennsylvania will give Harrison and
Held 81,000 majority. Mr. limine received
81,000 majority in 1884. and 1 fully believe
the vote In November will be larger. In all
the State elections Blnce 1884 except one.
the republican majority has leeii over 40,-
000. Oftentimes It ran up to 00,000 and
"I know that the number of voters has
increased since 1884. and they are
mostly republicans. They will. In my opin
ion, turn out and vote tor Harrison and
Held. The solid business men are for the
President, because they know he is perfectly
safe and sound In all economic questions.
His conservative and excellent administra
tion will gain him thousands of vote.i."
"Do you believe the Homestead trouble
will lose any votes to the Republican party?"
"Not a single one, because It Is not a
political question. In Pennsylvania the
voters and the people generally understand
the situation. Some of the Homestead
strikers received large wages, according to
their own testimony. But tha trouble, as I
said, Is not a political one, and will not be
"What about the Issue?"
"it Is very definite, viz.: free trade against
protection. The republicans desire a fair
ballot, and all this talk alout a 'Force bill'
is foolish. A fair count and an honest bal
lot do not mean oppression, but justice and
"THE H0CKT MOUNTAIN LIMIT
ED," AND "THE BICr 5."
Two Grand Trains Daily Between the
World's Fair City and the Foothills.
One Night Out, or One Day Out. Take
Your Choice. Business Demands it,
and the People Must Have it.
The popularity of "The Great Rock Island
Route" as a Colorado line It havini, long
time since taken first place as the people's
favorite between the Lakes and the Moun
tainshas compelled the management to In
crease Its present splendid service by the
addition of a train that is one night on trie
road from Chicago to Denver, Colorado
Springs or Pueblo. This train will be
known as the "Rocky Mountain Limited,"
and will be put in service May first. Leaves
Chicago daily at 10:45 a. m., arriving at
abo.e cities in the afternoon of the next
day. earlier than any of its competitors.
Especial equipment has beea built for this
train, with the view of making it a limited
in every sense of the word, and best of all,
there will be no extra charge. The route of
this exceedingly fast train is by the Rock
Island Short Line, and a few of the lareg
. cities through which it passes, are Daven
port, Des Moines, Council Bluffs, Omaha,
Lincoln, Beatrice, Fairbury, Belleville, Phll
lipsburg, Smith Centre, Colby and (loodi
land. This makes it a most desirable route
and particularly interestng to the traveler.
Another point: The popularity of our dining-car
service is still on the Increase, and
no money spared to make this service what
our patrons always say "the best."
Our "Big 5" will continue as usual, leav
ing Chicago at 10 p. m., and arriving at,
Denver, Colorado Springs anil Pueblo the,
second morning, being but one day out
and this fast and popular train goes through
Our No. 11 will leave as heretofore at C p.
m., arrive at Kansas City at 9:00 a. in, and
will reach Denver, Colorado Springs and
Tueblo the second morning.
Our Colorado service is made perfect by
this new "Rocky Mountain Limited" and
the "Big 5,",and gives to the traveling pub
lic Two Flyers Daily.
Manltou passengers should consult the
map and time tables of our line, to fully ap
preciate the advantages In the time saved
by taking this route, when on their summer
vacation. John Sebastiax,
(J. T. & P. A., Chicago.
INSIDIOUS AND STEALTHY
Deadly anl Unyielding: in Its Grasp.
Extracts from a Lecture at the Surgical
Hotel, Columbus, Ohio, by Dr.
S. B. Hartman.
Reported for the press.
The ouset of malaria is often so very in
sidious that it is quite dillicultto detect the
nature of it until after It has fastened itself
thoroughly in the system. Malaria often
will pester a person for months without
making him sick abed, but making him
genuinely miserably creeping rigors, coat
ed tongue, appetite changeable, and many
Indescribable sensations of genuinely
disagreeable kinds. Chills and hot Hashes
of every irregular duration and recurrence
come and go without seeming cause. The
hands and Oet are usually cold and clammy,
and the general tendency is to dryness and
coldness of the skin of the whole body.
Among the symptoms to which this class
of patients are liable, but not always pres
ent, may be mentioned neuralgic headache,
nervous chills, hysteria, sinking or faint
spells," distressing palpitation of the heart,
defective eyesight, total Inability to read,
write or do any business; urine abundant,
without color, and loss of flesh. Melan
choly feelings, a discouraged, listless state
of mind, mental depression and confusion of
mind, surely indicate the presence of mala
ria. This form Is called malarial bilious
ness. For this "walking malaria." which
neither puts one to bed nor allows him to
to work or study, Pc-ru-na should be taken
as directed on the bottle. A course of Pe-ru-na
will entirely cleanse the system of
every particle of malarial poison. There
fore, if you have any kind of bad-feeiing
which you attribute to malaria, by all means
follow this treatment. It at once restores
the appetite, clears the befogged senses, and
brings back the hopeful state of mind which
malaria is sure to destroy. A thorough use
of it will convince you of its wonderful pow
er in all such cases. Pe-ru-nacan be relied
on to cure these cases and restore to perfect
health as speedily as the chronic nature of
the difficulty will allow. Should constipa
tion exist at the same time Man-a-liu should
be added. The Pe-ru-na tones up the ner
vous system and enriches the blood, giving
strength and vitality, while Man-a-lln re
stores the activity of the excretory glands,
enabling the system to rid Itself of accumul
ated poison, bringing back to this most un
fortunate class of invalids the (lush and
good toeing of perfect health. Directions
for use accompany each bottle.
For a complete treatise on malaria, chills
and fever and ague, send for The
Family Physlcan No. 1. Sent free by The
Pe-ru-na Drug Manufacturing Co., Colum
Earl Work Valuable.
Time is stock in trade. One man makes
use of it, another allows it to waste away.
one extracts from it wondrous wisdom, the
other lies in the dust. It is also life's ladder,
upon which one is led to honor and immor
tality, down to depravity and obscurity.
All of us have leisure hours between the
time of ordinary business, although they
may be short, Irregular or fragmentary.
Let all cultivate the habits of punctuality,
promptness and dispatch, and they will find
leisure hours that may he turned to golden
account The brief and broken periods of
a man's life are more important than his
business moments, and the most potent for
his welfare for time and eternity. The
grandest genius Is the genius of plodding
nd hard work. Genius never did much for
the world but furnish the fireworks. Plod
ding and hard work have solved the greatest
problems of humanity.
The Sullivan Comedy company which ap
pears here on Monday and Tuesday evenings
next is said to be an excellent one. At
Owosso Opera Hall, Monday and Tuesday
evenings Aug. 8-9, admission 35c. Children
25c. Reserved seats at Osburn's store 50c.
The greatest worm destroyer on earth is
Dullam's Great German Worm Lozengers,
only 25c a box. For sale by Johnson &
Henderson, Owoeso. J. S. Haggart, West
Dan Morris Sullivan, one of the best
Irish comedies on the road, with his com
pany, is booked for Opera Hall Aug. 8-9.
Buy Dullam's Great German 15c Liver
Pills 40 in each package, at Johnson &
Henderson, Owosso, and J. S. Haggart,
Buy Dullam's Great German 15c Llv?r
Pills 40 in each package at Johnson &
Henderson, Owosso and J. S. Haggart,
Lawsuits Over Mince Fie.
The latest phase of the famous mince
meat litigation which has occupied the at
tention of the courts and the public for the
past five years, is the announcement of
Merrell A Souie. or Syracuse, in.
Y., the manufacturers of the celebrated
none such brand of Condensed Mince Meat,
that they have effected a settlement with
the owners of the patent, by which they and
their customers are exempted from all
further share In the litigation, or claims for
damages. The arrangement also provides
future immunity to Merrell A Soule in the
manufacture and sale of their None Such
This is good news for mince pie lovers
everywhere, who can now eat their None
Such pies in peace. This brand has always
been a decided favorite wherever introduced;
and the fact that it can now be handled
without the risk of the legal complications
which attaches to the other makes, will
doubtless add very largely to its already
Buy Dullam's Great German 15c Liver
Pills 40 in each package, at Johnson A
Henderson, Owosso and J. S. Haggart,
Buy Dullam's Great German 25c Cough
cure at Johnson A Henderson, Owosso and
J. S. Haggart West Owosso.
There are now 28 tin plate factories in the
United States, and they are here because
the McKinley bill made the manufacture of
tin plate possible In this country. Tin plate
Is lower in price than It was before the Mc
Kinley measure was passed. These 28 fac
tories will give employment to more than
10,000 operatives, which at the stated ratio
of one to five would support 50,000 popula
tion. Is it not one of the grandest things of
our age that one item in a law involving
thousands of items, has resulted in the ac
quisition of a new Industry capable already
of supporting 50,000 population, and des
tined to more than double that number In
the near future. And isn't it strange that a
democratic congress, in the face of these
facts, proposes to put tin on the free list
I Have taken Several
Bottles of Bradfied's Female Regulator for
falling of the womb and other diseases com
bined, of 10 years standing, and Irmly be
lelvc I am cured entirely, for which please
accept my thanks.
Mrs. W. E. Stebbins. Ridge, Ga.
Sold by Parkill A Son, Druggist.
Strayed or stolen, on Wednesday of last
week from 100 Dewey street, a large yellow
dog, answers to the name of Jack. Will
pay reward of $3.00 for his return.
Wanted A pair of matched horses, bays
or blacks, weighing 2200 to 2400, from 5 to
7 years old. Must be sound and good
drivers. Address 1). T. Packkis,
Saginaw, E. S., Mich.
1.07 Rate Harvest Excursions.
The announcement that the North West
ern Line, comprising over 8,000 miles of
thoroughly equipped railway, has arranged
to run two low rate Harvest Excursions dur
ing the months of August and September,
will be gladly received by those who are In
terested In the development of the great
West and Northwest, as well as by those
wtio desire to visit this wonderfully produc
tive region at a season of the year when ex
act demonstration can be made of the merits
and advantages it offers to home-seekers
and those in search of safe and profitable in
vestments. These excursions will leave Chicago on
Aug. 30th and Sept. 27th. and tickets can
be purchased at the very low rate of one
fare for the round trip to points in Iowa,
Minnesota, North and South Dakota, Ne
braska, Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, Idaho
and Montana. They will be strictly first-class
In every particular aud will be good for re
turn pa-tsage at any time within twenty
days from date of purchase. Full informa
tion concerning rates and arrangments for
these excursions can be obtained upon ap
plications to any coupon ticket agent, or to
W. A. Th-i!l,G. P. T. A., Chicago A North
western R'y. Chicago,
Young men to become expert telegraph
operators by learning on our city lines.
Present outlook indicates that hundreds of
oierators will be needed for the service all
over the U. S. Our operators get good po
sitions quickly because our facilities for
teaching telegraphy are unexeclled and
backed by 20 years of experience in all
branches of the hi rvlce.
Hie lil Ind cannot lead thcblltul. Don't
waste your time and money by going to tel
legraph offices or crowded telegraph schools
trying to it am from busy or Inexperienced
operators. Call on or address
C. A. Siiakp,
Supt. City Telegraph Co.
General office ovrr Sprague's Drug Store,
112 Main St. WM Owosso, Mich.
General offico over Blue Front, 1st door
north of American Express office, Corunna,
The cities are connected by street railway
and the City Telegraph Co'?. lines.
C. J. Stuart has for sale cheap a . 12
horse power portable engine.
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard
New Use For the Potato.
A French paper says that a laundryman
of Tarls has discovered a method of cleans
ing tine linen and .other fragile textures
without using soap or other chemicals. In
stead of these he uses boiled potatoes,
which he rubs Into the goods and then reu
ses out. It is said that this method will
make soiled linen, silk or cotton much
whiter and purer than washing In the ordi
nary way. The experiment is worth try
ing, and very easily tried.
A Strange Freak.
The wife of our esteemed citizen, Mr. J.
Rowell, while suffering under a severe at
tact of the blues, tried to commit the crime
of infanticide, but was prevented by the op
portune arrival of a neighbor. Her case
has been considered by the best doctors In
curable, but her husband was highly pleas
ed, after using a course of Sulphur Bitters,
to find that 6he was entirely cured. Kings
Mr. Bok has succeeded in unearthing a
quantity of unpublished material by Henry
Ward Beecher, which will shortly be pub
lished as a series of articles in The Ladies'
Home Journal. The material is especially
valuable since it details with a range of top
ics both varied and timely, and will advance.
for the first time in print, the great preach
er's views on a number of such Interesting
questions as marriage, homo government,
woman In public and private lite, politics,
etc., etc. Mr. Bok has securo the co-operation
of Mrs. Beecher and Professor Ellin
wood, Mr. Beecher's private reporter, In the
editing of the material.
Dullan,8 German Medicine Co.: Gentle
men: For over 4 years 1 haw been afflic
ea with an eruption of the skin, which le
came very troublesome and I could get no
relief. I was also troubled very badly
with constipation, which nothing I tried
gave relief until 1 took Dullam's Great Ger
man Blood, Llv?r, Stomach and Kidney
Remedy.and since taking 1 have been en
tirely cured. For a tonic blood purifier and
general health restorer 1 can heartily recom
mend it. Mks. Wm. Copland, Flint
For sale by Johnson A Henderson, Owosso.
J. S. Haghart, West Owosso.
STATE OF MICHIGAN, I
County of Shiawassee, f
At a session of ttao Probate Court for the
County of Shiawassee, holden at the probate
office in the city of Corunna on Tuesday the 2nd
day of August, In the year one thousand eight
hundred and ninety-two.
Present, Matthew Hush, Judgo of Probate.
In the matter of the estate of Kdith K. Burt
and Henry C. Hurt, minors. On reading and
tiling the petition, duly verified, of Anne D.
Hurt, guardian praying for a license
to sell the real estate of said minors as
described In said petition.
Thereupon it Is ordered that Monday the 5th
day of Sept. next at ten o'clock In the forenoon,
be assigned for the hearing of said petition, and
that the heirs at law of said mlnors.and all other
persons Interested In said estate, are required
to appear at a session of said court, then to be
holden at the probate office, In the city of Corun
na and show cause, If any there be, why the
prayer of the petitioner should not be granted.
And It is further ordered that said petitioner
give notice to the persons interested In said
estate, of the pendency of said petition and the
hearing thereof, by causing a copy of this order
to be published In The Times, a news
paper printed and circulated in said county of
Shiawassee, for three successive weeks pre
vious to said day of hearing.
(A true copy.) Judge of Probate.
STATE OP MICHIGAN, I
County of Shiawasske. ('
At a session of the Probate Court for said
County, held at the Probate office in the city of
Corunna on the '-Wh day of July, in the year
one thousand eight hundred und ninety-two.
Present, Matthew Hush. Judg'of Probate.
In the matter of the estate of Ismic Gale, de
ceased. On reading and tiling the pi lit ion, duly
verilled, of Charles W. Gale, praying that a cer
tain Instrument now on Me in this court, pur
porting to be tho last will and testament of said
deceased, mav be udmitted to probate.
Thereupon it Is ordered that Monday, the 1."th
day of August, next, at ten o'clock In the fore
noon be assigned for the hearing of said petition,
and that the heirs at law of said deceased, and
all other persons interested In said estate, are
required to appear at a session of said court,
then to be holden at the Probute office, in tho
city of Corunna, and show cause, If any thero be,
why the prayer of tho petitioner should not bo
And it Is further ordered that said petition?!
give notice to the persons Interested In said
estate, of the pendency of said petition, and the
hearing thereof, by causing a copy of this order
to be published in The Times, a newspaper
printed and circulated in said couwy, for three
successive weeks previous to said (fay of hear
ing. Matthew Hush,
(A true copy) Judge of Probate.
State of Michigan. The Circuit Court for the
County of Shiawassee in Chancery.
Joseph Uehshey, Complainant, i
Ebenezer Nethaway and
Paulina nkth away.
In pursuance of a decree made and entered in
said cause by said court on tho 21st day of
October, A. D. 1H91, I, Newton Baldwin, one of
the Circuit Court Commissioners of said county,
will on the lOthday of Sept.lbiiU, at 10 o'clock a.
m. of said day, expose for sale and sell at
public auction or vendue to the highest bidder
at the front door of the court house, in the city
of Corunna (that being the Dlaco of holding the
Circuit Court for the county of Shiawassee) all
the following property real estate towit: The
north half Hj of north east quarter VI of sec
tlon thirty-four 134 town eight 81 north range
one I east, containing eighty acres of land, all
in Shiawassee county, state of Michigan.
Dated, June 13th, 1H'J2.
Circuit Court Commissioner in and for Shiawas
see County, Michigan,
Watson & chapman,
Solicitors for Complainant.
For specifications, address
Russel Wheel & Foundry Co.,
During the warm weathes, and save fuel.
It Is cheaper, cooler and easier and If you
PIES OR CAKES,
we always have them fresh and of the best
quality. Also, Ice Cream and Soda Water.
The best, is our motto.
Regular meeting Monday evening
Aug. 1. Mayor Gould in the chair with
seven Aldermen in attendance.
Accounts were presented amounting to
i,uta.4i ; or tins amount 5'J.44 were for
water works bills.; allowed.
1 lie Mreet Commissioner's report for
the pat week was presented and accept
ed ; total amount expended for labor
and material, (201.22.
A communication was presented from
the night policemen asking that needed
repairs be made on the city jail ; refer
red to building committee with instruc
tions to take action at once.
A report was presented from, the Sec
retary of the Water Board in regard to
their receipts and expenditures; accept
ed and ordered printed.
The committee reported favorably on
the petition for a ditcli on the east'side
of Mich igan Avenue, also for culverts on
Howard and Cedar Streets; report ac
cepted. The commiitee retwrted that they had
received bids for the grading of Kobbins
and Mack Streets, the contract being let
to Patrick C'avanaugh the lowest bidder,
for $100. Laid on tho table for one
A report was presented from the
finance committee, stating that the in
terest on bonds duo in July and August,
amounting to $4,150.50, had been paid
for which they held the coupons for the
fame ; report accepted. Aid. Curry was
instructed to destroy the coupons at
once, which was done.
A verbal report was presented from
the committe on sewerage, stating that
Mr. Pierson could not do the work for
less than 700, also that Mr. Morley
would do the work for $500.
After remarks by a number of mem
bers pro and con, the committee was
granted further time to ascertain all the
lacs in relation thereto.
The ordinance to provide for the muz
zling of dogs between the 15th of June
and the 15th of September, within the
city limits, was presented, read the third
time and passed.
A resolution was presented and pas
sed for a sidewalk on the south side of
Main Street, from west line of land
owned by L. Struber to east line of land
owned by Joseph Taylor.
An ordinance was presented and pas
sed to regulate billiard and pool rooms
in the city. The same to be closed be
tween the hours of 10 o'clock p. in. and
7 o'clock a. in. Violation of the ordi
nance is a tine of $25, or GO days in Ihe
county jail in the discretion of the court.
The following rolls were confirmed:
The grade rolls of Stewart Street and
Woodlawn Avenue ; the drain roll on
A communication was presented from
the Mayor of Bay City asking for aid
in any way for the recent fire sufferers.
Moved and carried that the Mayor
appoint a committee of three, (himself
to act as chairman) to receive subsenn
tionsj or in any way receive articles of
wearing apparei, etc.
The Mayor appointed as such com
mittee Aid. Hartshorn, Lamfrom and
Gentlemen of the Jury.
Tho following persons have been
drawn as jurors for the September term
of the Circuit Court :
Wm. F. Cooper Caledonia
Geo. eller 1st ward, Corunna
JohnTVars 2d "
Jonathan Wood 3d "
M.J. Davis Fairfield
1 lorace Sherman llazelton
Thomas Curse Middlebury
John Brenner New Haven
Frank J. Mack Owosso Tp.
Charles Cossiit Owosso Ci'y, 1st dist.
Geo. W. Luring " " 2d "
L. Wat kins Perry
George W. Hale Rush
Luther Ilyon ....Sciota
Joseph Agnew Shiawassee
William Yerrian Venice
Bert Holmes Vernon
Wm. Holder Woodhull
Smith D. Morgan Antrim
Harry Bverly Bennington
Wm. II. liohrabacher Burns
T. F. Willis Caledonia
Walter Payne 1st ward, Corunna
James Montford 2d "
What Make 3 A Beautiful Woman.
Elkiiaut, Ind., July 1st, 1891.
Dullam's Great German Medicine Co.
My (laughter has been afflicted witn
female trouble for over six years and 1
have paid out over $750 in vain trying to
find relief for her. A lady friend advised
me to secure a lottle of Dullam's Great
German Female Uterine Tonic and she has
been completely cured by it. We gave it a
fair trial and the results were wonderful.
We cannot reecom'd it to hlhgly to all ladles
who are afflicted.
Sold by Johnson & Henderson Owosso
and J. S. Haggart, West Owosso.
STATE OF MICHIGAN. I
County or Shiawassee, f Ba"
Probate Court for said countv.
At a session of the Probate Court for said
county, held at the Probate office, In the city of
Corunna, on Thursday, the "th day of July, in
the year of our Lord one thousand eight hun
dred and ninety-two.
Present, Matthew Hush, Judge of Probate.
In the matter of the estate of Lemuel Ilaskln,
deceased. Klizabeth Ilaskln as administratrix
of said estate, comes into court and represents
that she is now prepared to render final account
it such administratrix.
Thereupon it is ordered that Monday, the 8th
day of August next, at ten o'clock in tho fore
noon, bo assigned for examining and allowing
such account, and that the heirs at law of said
deceased, and all other persons interested In
said estate, are required to appear at a session
of said court, then to bo holden at tho Probate
oftlce in tho city of Corunna, in said countv. and
show cause, if any there bo, why the said ac
count should not be allowed.
And It Is further ordered, that said adminis
tratrix give notice to the persons interested in
said estate, of the pendency of said account,
and the hearing thereof, by causing a copy of
this order to be published in Tub Timks, a
newspaper printed and circulated In said county,
for three successive weeks previous to said day
of hearing. Matthew Husn,
Judge of Probate.
ITotico of tho Letting of the Parker
Drain, An?. 0.
Notice is hereby given, that I, O. T. Mason.
Township Drain Commissioner of the Township
of Owosso, County of Shiawassee. State of
Michigan, will, on Monday, tho Hth day of
August. A. D. 1MM, at the farm of R. Howies, in
Bald township of Owosso. at 10 o'clock in tho
forenoon of that day, proceed to receive bids
for the construction of a certain drain known
and designated as "The Parker Drain." located
and established in the said Township of Owosso,
and described as follows to wit :
Minutes of the survey of Parker drain, located
on section four in the township of Owosso. Shi
awassee Co., Michigan.
Commencing at a point It chns48 links n and
6 chnH 75 links e of the n e corner of the s X of
the n w fractional X of said section 4, t 7 n w S e
thence s 4 deg w 8 8-100 chhs; thence n 73 w 2
5C-I0O chnsjthences mi dogw5Wii)0chns;thence
85 deg wSJ-loochns to the north and south
quarter line to a point 8 53 100 chns south of the
n e corner of said s n w if of said section
There is 19 03 100 chns of this drain on w n e X
of said section 4 owned by C. Uriglman ; thence
same course 18 links ; thence sU deg w 7 US-100
chns; thence 74H degw 127 100 chns; thenee
8 47 1-4degw31H-100 chns. This course crosses
the T., A. A.& N. M. R.It. Thence s 15K deg w 5
18-100 chns to the east and west 1-4 line 8 lw-100
west of the center of Bald section 4. There is
17 73-100 chns of this drain on s 4 n w 1-4 or said
section 4 owned by R. Bowles. Thence s y. deg
w 15 54-100 chns; thence sK5 degw 5 10-100 chns
thence s mi deg w a 42-100 chns; thence s X deg
w 9 6-100 chns to the south line ofnel-4swl-4
of said section 4 10 04-100 chns west of s e corner.
And there is 25 ia-100 chns of this drain on this
description owned by James Ockerman to the
upper end of the drain.
The whole lengthtof the drain is 62 chains and
48 links. The width of the bottom is to be 2 feet
with a slope of one foot on each side to eacn foot
ALL FEMALE DISEASES.
QflfJE QYMPTfllHJ A tired, languid fMUnflr, Inspirited and despondent, with no ppar
ijumu OllYir lUnlOiont .cause. Indigestion, headache, backache, bearing down pains, paia
across lower partof bowela,with frrcat soreness In region of ovaries. Tumora, Bladder dlfflcul. .
ty. Frequent urination. Leucorrhoaa, Constipation of bowel 8, piles. With all theso symptoms
patient nervous and irritable. TUJS UlANttf2UI.08SO:tl21SUikXJlJ4l removes all theao
by a thorough process of absorption.
AlflPAl APPMnATMN PorfelyharailesB, which evory lady can tiso, herself. Med
LUUrtU mrnUHHUH lclaea taken internally will never relieve tho many forms of
Cemale weakness. 'Ihe romody must be applied to the parts to obtain permanent relict
6 PI AIM TAI If Tfl I A H I C Q ln our circular. Ask your druggist for ono, or send two
ILHIH IHLfX llf WHIM Co cent stamp to homo oliice for sample box and circular.
EVERY LADY CAN
O. B. Pile Kemedv-
O. B. Catarrh dure.
J A. StfcCILL. M. D.9 & CO., 2 & PANORAMA PLACE, CHICAGO, ILL
FOR 8ALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
AXONZO O. rnB. Vhoieal Ateat, 67 WMMugUa Chicago, ItlU
IT IS PURE , UNADULTERATEDlAND FOR
RAPID Cleansing Power has noequal.
it is invaluable in kitchen & laundry.
Sold by all Grocers.
CURED OR NO PAY FOR SERVICES.
Written ffuaruntee to permanently euro ull ldnrtu of rup
ture of both sexes. No puin, no operation, no detention
tfom business. For full information and illustrated pamph
let containing Michigan references Ifrec) address Dit. H,
THE 0. E. MILLER C0..l"i8irM',
THE AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL
Exhibition w the lGth Century.
Opens gggp ,fjjgfo Ooscs
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tl kmimt MECHANICS
OF THE PEOPLE.
mE.mv.yr ust nd full Hrroiivniov cnKr.nrvr.Lr rvnxisiiKn.
X. M. rKRRY, J DITRCMT, 1 T. I 13. SOTIIAM,
raise. The n ldth of the top Is 0 feet and less.'
A strip of ' in 1 SI feet wide or 12 feet on each
sltti of tha 'nir or survey line and 4 feet deep
will be reuuu-edfur the tliuia and to deposit the
excavated curth upon. II. C. Main,
Surveyed, Hav '5, WJ. Surveyor.
Said ! w';i 1) j let bv sections. The section
rt tin: o ".If of the drain will be let first, and
tt- rt "uaiuing sections In their orderup stream,
in uccor. un-e with the -Magram now on tile with.
ti.. o'.v .,ii(iT8 perti; uing to Bald drain, in the
otilce of tl,. T.iw-.shii ' h rk, to which reference
may be had by u'l pa - ies interested, and bids
will be made and received accordingly. Con
trails will be made with the lowest responsible
bidder giving adequate security for the perform
nr.ee of the work, In a sum then and there to be
rlxed by me. reserving to mvself the right to re
ject any and all bids. The date for the comple
tlon of such contract, and the terms of payment
therefor, shall be announced at the time and
place of letting.
Notice is further hereby given, that at the
time and place of said letting, or at such other
time and place thereafter to which I, the Drain
Commissioner aforesaid, may adjourn the same,
the assessment for benefits and lands com
prised within the "Drain Special Assessment
District," will be subject to review.
The following is a description of the several
tracts or parcels of land constituting the Special
Assessment District of said drain, viz: The w
Xno'i seo 4; the s X of n w X Beo 4; the w X n
w M of s e M sec 4; the n e X of s w M of sec 4;
the s e i of s w V. of seo 4 ; the s w X of s w X of
seo 4. All in T 7 N of R 2 E, Owosso.
Dated this 88th day of July, A. D., 1893.
O. T. Mason,
Township Drain Commissioner of the Township
of Owosso. '
Hunt's New Crop "Get Thar Eli" Japan
tea is the best 50c tea in the world don't
take back seat for any body, get sample and
THRESHERS, ATTENTION! '
We have 30 of our
TRACTION -- ENGINES,
That we will dispose of direct to threshers, thus
Bavlng them the agent's commission. The Dest
and Strongest traction engine made. We also
manufacture Engines, Hollers, Saw and Picket
Mills, and the famous Maud S. Pump and Wind
Mills. Send for catalogue and price list.
LANSiNS IRON & ENGINE WORKS, Lansing, Mich.
(1.00 FOR ONE MONTH'S TREATMENT. O.B. Stomach Powdero.
I'XiEl'AitED BV O. B. Kidney Oones.
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