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Inesn College, JSLorthanJ, and Noruiul School,
'or Catalogue, address A. t. I'nrith, l'on
3 May 6, 1894.
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G'd Haven Lv.
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jyChalr & Sleeper Car Service.
Eastward No. 13 has Pullman KJeeper Chica
co to Detroit. No. 14 .has Parlor Buffet
Car, Grand Haven to Detroit. No. 18 has
Parlor Car, (Extra chargo 25 cents). No. 82 has
Wagner Sleeper to Detroit, daily.
"Westward No. 11 has Parlor OurtoGd. Rap
ids, (Extra charge 25 cents). No. 15 has Pur
lor Huffet Car, Detroit to Grand Haven No. 17
haa Pullman Sleeper, Detroit to Chicago. No,
81 has Wagner Sleeper to G'd Rapids, daily.
" TOLEDO, SAGINAW & MUSKEGON U'Y
Tralns leave Owosso Junction, west: Mixed 6:15
.a. m. Train arrives from west: Mixed ti: 15 p.m
CHICAGO & GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY.
Going West : For Chicago and West,
Lv. Owosso ..9:05a. m....Lv. Durand.. 9 :36a. m.
" ..l:'J0p.m.... " ' ..2:rip.m.
" " ..6:05 p.m...." ..0:50p.m.
For Pt. Huron and East Lv. Durand 0:30 a. m. ;
03 a. m.; 0:35 p. m. ; 9:60 p. m. : 10:20 p. m.
CINCINNATI, SAGINAW & MACKINAW
9 05 a. m.
6 05 p. m
JNO. W. LOUD, BEN FLETCHER,
Trafflo Manager. Trav. Pass. Agent
E. WYKES. Local Agent.
TIME TABLE. IN EFFECT JULY 9,
Trains leavoTOwosso tia follows:
VZtiU' AND T
nritu ti iru in a m i
J? RAILWAY. t-f-U
10:0Q a. rn. 8:50 a. m.
7:35 p. m. 5:55 p. m.
BoatlcaveslFrankfort for Menominee,! Mich.,
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Fri
day, at 9 a. m. Leave Menominee at 11 p.
m.same days for Frankfort,
Leave Frankfort for Kewaunee, Wis , Wednes
day and Saturday. 10 a. m. Leave Ke
waunee, ;Wls., for Frankfort, same days, 4 p.m
C. V. Gibson, Agt Owosso
OWOSSO TIME CAK1).
ChicagoExprcHsleave8 8:iCa. m., arrives
Jackson 10:15 a. rn Chicago 4 :'M p. m. Slocpo
and parlor ear, Mackinaw to Jackson.
Chicago Express, dally, leaves 9 :0.", p. tn.
arrives in Jackson 1 1 :20 p. tn., Chloajfo7:l0 a. m.
Through Sleeper (Hay City to Chicago) daily.
Owosso Accomodation leaves 2 UK) p.m., arrlv
lngin Jackson 4:0, p. m.
LJay City Accomodation leaves Bay City 9:.10,
;i. tn. ; Saginaw 10:W a. rn., arrives at Owosso
11 :05 p.m.
Hav City Express, daily, leaves 6:40 a. m.
Arrives at Bay City 8:40 a. in. Sleeper, Chicago
t0Marauetto Express leaves Oworbo 7:15 p. m.
arrives at Bay City 9 :20 p. m. Sleeper and par
Tor car. Jackson to Mackinaw city,
i Owosso Accommodation loaves Jackson HjOO
arrives at Owosso 1 :f p. m.
Saginaw and Bay City leaves J:35 (P. w 01
.-HVe at Fajrlnaw 3:65 p. m , Civ CO? 4:3p m.
arrives av P',u",t a kkigcit, Aij;rnt.OwoTo
O. W RCGOUtS, O. IV T A.. Ckieago.
WOMAN AND HOME.
'(HE "REST CURE" AND THE GREAT
BENEFITS DERIVED FROM IT.
UlUs Ilrrtha LJelirendu A Illudou Couiiar
lsoa The Well Groomed Woman The
Iroquois Women Women Who Help
Their Husbands The Bachelor Woman.
Tho "rost euro" la now practiced at
homo by many women who havo como to
A proper realization of its value. It need
to bo an espenslvo remedy, necessitating
nn absence of bix to eight weeks in o prl
vato hospital, with' trained uurso, mas
eouso and tho rest, including a trunkful
of pretty tea gowns for tho convalescence.
Now tho sensiblo woman ha3 discovered
eho can take her euro in homeopathio
dofcea without stopping her work or quit
ting her family.
A half hour daily of complete retire
ment, lying down in looso clothes, and
banishing all worry, all thought indeed,
II possible, works wonders If persevered
In. Havo tho shades drawn and close tho
eyes. A tlrod brain strays rcetfully In
darkened ways. Even inochanlcal eye im
pressions of which one docs not Boom to be
thinking at all consuino a little force.
Blindness physically and mentally li
what is sought, 'and it is this that rests
For tho woman whoso work is at home
the half hour Immediately preceding or
following luncheon is apt to bo one that
could bo spent in this way. Where there
oro children old enough to go to school,
after the meal is better, for the little folks
will havo turned back to their lessons, no
callers need bo expected, and the after
noon's task or engagement can usually
brook this little delay. For tho mothers
whoso babies aro still in arms the "rest"
should be taken while their little charges
6lcep. Says one mother to this, "Why,
that is my only chanco to 'pick up' and
'catch up' with things." Spare the half
hour to rost, and tho picking up and catch
ing up will bo tho better forwarded.
Tho business woman whoso work must
be done at ofilco or shop must Invent her
chanco for rest. It is a common habit of
several young newspaper women report
ers to step into ono of tho big shops or
hotels, seek tho parlor and conscientious
ly rest for 15 or U0 minutes, ns their timo
permits. In shops it must bo taken with
tho stop for luncheon, as n rulo. In offices
it may also havo to bo, but often thero is
a lull in business that may bo almost regu
larly depended upon.
Tho hodcarrlcr finishes tho contents of
his dinner pail, then lolls against a friend
ly fenco in sheer animal ror.t. Perhaps ho
lights a pipe as often ho does not but ho
rests in every fiber of his being. A shop
girl hurries over her bread and tea to try
her eyes and tax her interest with a story
paper, eagerly devoured till the last mo
ment, or sho spends her "rest" timo in ex
citing gossip with her neighbors. Either
is foolish expenditure of needed force.
Tho closer tho strain tho greater tho ned
for tho completo and daily respite, how
over brief. Such workers should pursuo
tho opportunity to tako it relentlessly.
New York Correspondent.
HIIhb Bertha Ilehrentls.
The woman violinist is still sufficiently
rare to bo marked, and oven among tho
comparatively few of such musicians tho
soloist, Miss Bertha Eehrends, is conspicu
ous. At the early age of 5 years tho golden
haired little girl tried to imltato tho mu
sical proclivities of her elder hister with
such success that a short time later, before
she was 7 indeed, she was duly provided
with a musio master and tho violin select
ed as tho proper instrument to develop her
decided talent. Much of tho young girl's
success is duo to tho careful training of
her mother, a lady of lino musical taste,
whoso encouragement to her daughter was
invaluable. No hour was too early to find
her risen that she might sit by tho prac
ticing child, listcningand criticising while
she knitted or embroidered.
Miss Dchrcnds' first publio performance
was at tho ago of s at i church conceit.
Her childish appearance ns fclio stepped on
tho platform inn white, drrs, her l-m;
golden curls falling r.bnut her uliouldi r,
amazed tho audience, whso v. under M-rw
gave way to delightan tho little girl lv:vi
When sho was 1:2 years old, l:r r ; .:t !:c r,
Mr. C. A. Allen of ? ton, tiioi'a.iK-v.s vio
linist, was obliged ut tho last moment to
givo up playing ata mnsicalo f;r which h'5
was announced. Jtheumatism of thuwrh.6
had seized hfcii witli disastrous result.
His young pupil, however, was selected to
tako his place, and before a critical au'.i
enco sho gavo tho selection that was to
havo been rendered by her teacher, win
ning tho highest praise. It was at this
very early ago, too, that sho had tho dis
tinction to play with Camilla Ur.su.
Miss Behrends has made her homo lat
terly in New York, where her delightful
talent has been much appreciated. She can
justly bo called ono of tho best of Ameri
can woman violinists.
In personal nppouranco sho is of a pure
blond type, tall nnd graceful, and gifted
with a modesty of manner that is most at
tractiveNew York Mall nnd Kspres3.
A Hindoo Comparison.
An Impression seems to prevail in west
ern countries that thero is no love between
the Hindoo wife and husband. Tho truth
is, the Hindoo families are tho happicnt
in tho world. Tho Hindoo woman, hav
ing been tied to tho lot of tho man curly,
thinks only of him. His happiness is her
happiness. Sho loves her husband devot
edly. In western nations I observe that the
man works from morning to lato in thy
night to earn money. Ho lias no rest.
Who enjoys tho laments of hi money?
nis wife. While he is struggling to get.
tho almighty dollar his wlfo is enjovin,?
tho luxuries and tho leisure If. buys. U
sho cannot get tho newest fashion of orna
ments or clothing, sho is often unhappy,
and consequently if tho husband cannot
buy them ho, too, is made unhappy.
Moreover, the women in America seem
to havo greater lllcrty than tho men. Ti:o
young girl is brought up by the mot Iter to
think that sho is equal to man and in
soino respects superior to him. Sho reads
lovo novels, spends much timo tit. her tel
let. Sho wears in her bonnet Howi r., feat it
ers, dead birds, seaweeds, mo:;u, horns,
thorns, big needless, and In her dross
pins, hooks, tics, iron and brass bav.s,
clips, stitches and what not. And on r
bosom I havo seen her wear a living llard
fastened with a thin chain. Her waist let
laced tight by n corset, which makes her
pant for breath. Thus equipped, she sal
lies forth to mako conquests of young
men's hearts, alio seems to me (puruon
me; I write without offense) to lack tho
mild and delicately sweet look that even
the commonest Hindoo woman ha. Her
look is bold and defying to tjio man. Thbj
is all owing to the innate feellsg that she
J Is equal to tho man. In her prldo sho has
forgotten woman's part. I'urushotani
IIjio Telang In Forum.
The Wtll Groomed Woman.
Havo you ever noticed in a gathering of
both sexes that it is luit tho absolutely
beautiful girl or woman who attracts and
receives tho most attention, but it Is sho
who has that essentially well groomed
look about her indlcatlvo of physical tidi
ness and sugtrentlvoof more than ordinary
attention to tho details of her toilet?
Nature may havo endowed you with ab
solutely regular features, n form dlvino
and a voico soft and low, but if you let
your hair evidence a carelessness of thought
in Its keeping, and your hands, shapely
though they may bo, aro allowed to go un
tidy, you might just as well bo absolutely
ugly for all tho gcnulno admiration that
you will receive. Daintiness counts moro
in tho long run than beauty. Tho whole
some, healthy looking woman is a moro
attractive figure than tho indolent beauty
with a dark streak around her fair neck
and a dusty head of hair.
A physician who ought to know says
that a tub bath every day will ruin a worn
an's nerves if continued for a year. Wo
Will not dispute his say, but individual
ly will run the risk of having to advertise
for thoso essentially feminine possessions
in tbo lost and found column, as so far
we feel all right, and if our nerves are lost
so much tho better, for every woman can
get along much better without them any
If there aro those with whom a tub bath
does not agree, tho sponge Is an equivalent
that can be recommended. Make oleanli
ness a religion. It leads to health and en
Lances physical beauty. Regard your body
as the tenement of a beautiful soul and
make it as decorative as possible. There
is no sin in trying to look your best, but
there is a lot of good hard common sense
In it, and the first step in that direction is
through tho medium of thorough tidiness
and an Intimate acquaintance with tho
purifying qualities of 6oap and water.
The Iroquois Women.
A gentleman, recently roturnod from a
visit to tho Indians of tho Onondaga reser
vation in this state, 6ald tho other day: "I
was surprised to find tho women of tho
nation held in such high esteem. My pro
conceived notion of tho Indian squaw was
that sho is tho drudgo and slavo of her
lazy, 6emibarbarous master, and that sho
Is in no way honored by tho males of her
race. This is tho case, I am told, with
most tribes of tho American red men, but
it was never ho with tho nations of tho
Iroquois confederacy. In fact, tho women
were held In so high regard by tho Iro
quols that they were spoken of as a people
ruled by women.
"This peculiarity is evidenced in their
llfo today. It is truo that thero isn't much
work done by any of tho Indians, but tho
men do most of what is done, tho squaw
only being called on to attend to her
household duties. Tho superiority of tho
squaw to tho buck is shown in the fact
that tho children, according to tho custom
of tho Iroquois, belong to tho family or
nation of their mother. If a Seneca In
dian marries an Onondaga squaw and
they havo children, the latter aro Onon
dagos, and should tho father bo of tho
family of the v olf and the mother of tho
Snlpo clan tho children aro Snipes. It is
as if John Smith married Mary Jones
and a child of tho marriago was named
John Jones. Another indication of tho
superiority of the squaw Is shown in tho
Indian manner of speaking of a man and
a woman. In English they habitually re
fer to 'her nnd him' as doing something,
being somewhere or saying something.
Possibly ' they arc more grammatical in
tho use of their own dialec t." New York
Women Who II tip Tlieir Husbands.
Tho remark of Oliver Wendell Holmc3
to tho effect t hat literary men often piny
tho part of great, imposing, beautiful
ships, whilo porno busy lit t lo tug of a wifo
Is pulling them along and not being much
admired for it, Is excmplilied in numerous
literary men of the present. Thomas
Hardy was debating whether to bo an
architect or to wrlto t ho greatest novels of
tho ago and was decided in favor of at
tempting tho latter by his wifo. Sho is
his amanuensis and took t ho burden upon
herself of copying his llrst novel and send
ing It out herself. She keeps herself in
touch with tho literature of tho day much
more thoroughlj' than her husband does,
and ho relies upon her to keep him posted
on all possible subjects.
Mrs. Rider Haggard is another woman
who is invaluable to her husband in every,
way. It is not only her duty to read and
criticise every word ho writes before it i.s
submitted to a publisher, but sho is equal
ly ono with him in all his occupations, and
rides and tramps about tho country with
him as tirelessly as any man could. To
Mrs. Oscar Wildo has fallen tho lot of lin
ing an exemplification of her husband's
cesthctlo doctrines, wearing tho drapcrlei
ond colors of his choice, creating tho "at
mosphere" In which tho erratic genius
could work and generally impressing tho
public. Pittsburg Times.
Tho Bachelor Woman.
What Is a bachelor woman? Well, as
nearly ns I can mako out, sho is that wom
an who, for some cause, real or imaginary,
has undertaken tho care of herself alone,
or of herself and ono or more others, just
as tho men wo 6ee all about us oro doing.
I don't think tho lines are drawn around
us, however, just ns they are around tho
man whom we all call a "bachelor," but
it seems to bo moro a term applied to us
simply in relation to tho public or busi
ness phoso of our lives, and not at all, or
but very slightly, to tho social ond domes
tic. For Instance, the term is equally ap
plied to two friends of mine, and one is a
maiden of tender years, comparatively, and
the other is u widow with llvo children In
her charge, all of whom sho has provided
for sinco her husband's death, sonio 15
years ago. Tho ono goes out each day to
n courtroom and takes down tno words of
wisdom that nro always flowing from our
learned lawyers' and judges' tongues, and
tho other walks into tho office of n weekly
journal and edits its columns with a bright
perfection seldom excelled. Vet I have
heard them both descr ibed as "bachelor
women," nnd I think the reason must ho
cs I havo said above that this term ap
plies almost exclusively to our public lives.
St. Louis Republic.
How Mte Kept Her Girl.
Sho madu nil the other women madly
envious by saying that f.ho had a jewel of
a girlj that ho had had her fur four
years, nnd that sho expected to havo her
forever. Tho other women nsked her how
she accomplished It, and sho told them.
"I pay her well," sho nnnounend In the
beginning. "I olno pay her regularly. If
sho wants to send her money homo, fcho
con do it at n given date. She In vo
moro uncertainty about her salary than
my husband is. Her room U pleasant.
Expenses or highest commissions paid
veciuy; steady work; outlit Prce; full
instructions; no experience necessary;
Low Prices; Stock Warranted; semi
for Special terms. Address.
CHAUTAUQUA NURSERY CO.,
Portland, N. Y.
Goodrich Line for Chicago
The Munificent New Fast Steamslhps
"CITY OR RACINE"
(Built expressly for this route.)
These steamships have Immense reservo pow
er which enables them to make their regular
schedules in the most unfavorable weather.
Each 1,200 tons burthen, with sleeping accom
modations for 300 pussengers, will leave Grand
Haven for Chicago daily, except Saturday, at
Extra Saturday trips to Chicago, commencing
May 20 and ending Sept. 8, both days inclusive.
Arriving In Chicago the following morning In
time for the outgoing trains.
FARE, berth Included, $3.00
ROUND TRIP, good for season. . 5.00
Returning, leave Chicago dally, except Sun
day. at 7:30 p. m., arriving at Grand Haven early
next morning in time for the 5.40 Limited Ex
press train on the D., Q. H. & M. K'y for all
pom is r-asi ana rMortn.
Extra Sundav trins to Grand Haven, com
menclng May 27 and ending Sept. U, both days
This a Snom Line to Chicago. Passengers
should see that their tickets read via Grand
Haven and this Popular Line.
Through Tickets to all points via Chicago can
re aaa 01 an itauroaa tic net Agents.
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Sunt. G. HtmsoN, General Trafllo M'n'g
wuwauKee. jjno. blULKTON, Gen, Pass
An agreeable Laxative end NERVE TONIC,
Bold by Druggists or Bent by mail. 25c..60o
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ITO VI f The Favorite T00T3 POTOSS
Is the Sleeping Car Kate on
the rliiJlips-Kock Island Tour
ist Excursions, from Chicago
and kindred points to fcan
Francisco and Los Angeles.
The cars have upholstered
spring seats, are Pullman build
and appointments perfect.
These Tourist Excursions
are popular, they run once a
Thursday, and Phillips, the
excursion manager, has an
agent accompany party all the
way. Address or call on
GEO. F. LEE,
104 Clark Street, Chicago.
for reservation and rates.
General Passenger Agent, Chicago.
State op Michigan. aa
County ok Shiawasskk. f 8
At ft session of tho Probate Court for the
County of Shiawassee holdcn at tho Probate
Ofllce. in the city of Corunna on Monday the
btn uay oructooer in tne year ono thousand
eight hundred nd ninety-four.
.present, waimew uusn, judge or probate.
In the matter of the cstnte of John D.
On reiullng and filing the petition, duly veri
fied, of Harlon O. Kvans nr living that adminis
tration of said estate be granted to the petition.
er or to some other suitable person .
Thereupon it is Ordered, That Monday tho
6th day of November next at ten o'clock in tho
forenoon, be assigned ror tno nearing or said pt
tttion, and that the heirs at law of said deceased
and all other oersons interested in said estate,
are required to appear at a session of said
Court, then to bo holden at the Probate Ofllce,
In the city of Corunna and show causo, if any
there be, why the prayer of the petitioner should
not be granted. And it Is further ordered, that
said petitioner give notico to the persons inter
ested In said estate, of tho pendency of Bald pe
tition, and tho hearing thereof by causing a
copy of this order to be published in Tn k Tim es,
a newspaper printed and circulated In said
Oountv of Shiawassee, for three successive
weeks previous to said day of hearing.
Judge of Probate.
By Katiiehink E. Kki.sk y,
STATE OF MICHIGAN.
COt'NTY Olf SIIIAWASSKK f HS
In tho matter of the cstuto of Surah M.
No.lceis hereby given, that in pursuance of
an order granted to the undcrslpned, ndmlnts
trator of tho estute of said Sarah M. Whipple,
deceased, by tho Hon. Judge of Probate for tho
County of Shiawassee, on the tlrst day of Octo
ber, A. D. 1MU, there will bo sold at publicven
due. to tho highest bidder, at the premises
hereinafter described. In the fourth ward of tho
city of Owosso. in tho county of Shiawassee in
said etate, on Monday thc JUth day of November
A. V. 1 Si4, ut nl no o'clock in tho forenoon of
said flsiy, all tho right, title and Interest ot
every kind and nature, which the said Sarah M.
Whipple, deceased, at tho time of her death.
owned or possessed, in and to the following dc-
scriDcu lanos nnci real estate, lo wit: iot one of
block twenty-five, of A. I., and 11. 0. Williams
addition to the villaL'o now citvi of Owosso.
County of Shiawassee and state of Michigan. Al
no at tho same time and place, will bo sold at
public auction to tho highest bidder, ono piano,
of tho personal goods and chattels of mud de
ceased. Dated, this 12th day of October. A. D. 1801.
WlI.t.IlM A. U'DOIIAHD.
Administrator of the estate of Sarah M. Whip-
WORK S3 WINTER;
J50. FOff CASE IT WILL-NOT CURE. 4
STATU OB' MICHIGAN, ua
County ov Shiawassee, j BB
At u session of tho Probate Court for said
Couuty holdcn at the Probate oitlce, in the City of
Corunna on Tuesday the nth day of October,
in tho year of our Lord ouo thousand eight hun
dred aod ninety-four.
Present, Matthew Hush, Judgo of Probate.
In the mailer of the estate of Arthur O. Aihcr
ton, and Ardle O, Arthtrton, minors.
Oa reading and tiling the petition, daly veri
fied of Stephen, I Atherton as guirdtan. pray
ing fur I to; n .10 to sell the real cstuto of said
minors for tho purpose of Investment.
Thereupon It is ordered, that Monday, the 5th
day of .November next, ut ten o'clock in the fore
noon, be assigned for the hearing of said peti
tion, and that the heirs at law of said minors
and all other persons interested iu suld
estate, are required to uppear ut a session of
said Court, then to be holuen at the Probate
otllce in the city of Corunna, in said couuty, and
show cause, if any there be, why the prayer
of the petitioner should not be granted:
And U id further ordered, that said petitioner
give notice to tho persons Interested In said
estate, of tbo pendency of said petition, and tho
hearing thereof, by causing a copy of this order
to be published in Tub Times, a newspaper
printed and circulated in said County of Shia
wassee tor three successive weeks previous to
said day of hear ing. MATTHKW HUSH,
Judge of Probate.
Dy Katherinb E. Kelbey.
In pursuance and by virtue of a decree of the
Circuit Court for the countv of Shiawasse, state
of Micbigan.ln chancery.made and entered on the
7th day of June, A. D 1804 in a certain cause
therein pending wherein the Shiawassee Sav
ings Society is complainant and Verner M.
White, Ella White, Mary Ann White and Steph
en M. Post are defendants.
Notice Is hereby given that I shall eell at
public auction or vendue to the highest bid
der at the front door of the Court House, in the
city of Corunna, in Shiawassee county, Michi
gan, (that being the place where tho Circuit
Court for the county of Shiawassee Is holden)
on Saturday, the 17th day of November, A. D.,
1864 at ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day,
the following described land, to wit lot ten (10)
In block twenty-three (23) In A. L. and 13. O.
Williams addition to the city of Owosso, in
Shiawassee county. Michigan
Dated October 4th, A. D., 1804.
Frank F. Bumps,
Circuit Court Commissioner,
Shiawassee County, Mich.
William M. Kilpatrick,
Solicitor for Complainant.
Regular, Corunna, Aug. 2d and 3d, 1804.
Special, Bancroft, Aug. S4th and 25th, 1694.
Special, Owosso, Oct. 2tith and 27th, 104.
Special, Vernon, Feb. S2d and 23d, 1895.
Regular, Corunna, March 28th and 2!)th, 1805.
Special, Lalngsburg, Apr. 26th and 27th, 1803.
Special examinations begins at ono p. m.,
standard time. At regular examinations, ap
plicants for third grades will begin at the same
time. Applicants for the higher grades will be
gin at 8:00 a. m., standard time. Thus, three
half days will be allowed applicants for third
grade. The llrst half day. geography, rending,
penmanship, and theory andart and school law
will be written; tho second half day, physiology,
orthography and (.'rammer will be written ; tho
third half day, arithmetic, history and civil gov
ernment will bo written. Tho llrst half day of
the regular examinations, applicants for the
higher grades will write algebra nnd physics.
Applicants for llrst grado will Write geometry,
general history and botany on Saturday. No
branches can bo written except in accordance
with tho above schedule, and applicants who
are not present at the proper time must wait
until tho next examination to completo their
E. D. Dimond,
Administrator's Sale of Real Estate.
STATE OF MICHIGAN,
County of Shiawassee, f
In the matter of the estate of Jesse Monroe,
Notice is hereby given, that in pursuance and
by virtue of nn order granted to the under
signed, as administrator of tho estate of
said deceased by tho Honorablo Matthew
Hush, Judgo of Probate In and for
said county, on the 4th day of Septem
ber A. D. 18(J4, thero will bo sold at publlo ven
due, to tho highest bidder, at the front door of
the postolllce, In the city of Owosso, In said
county, on Monday, tho 2Sth day of October A.
D. 1894, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of said
day all the right, title and Interest of said de
ceased in and to the following described lands
and premises, situated in the 2nd ward of the
city of Owosso, county of Shiawassee, State of
Michigan, to wit : Commencing at a point forty
rods north of the north lino of Oliver street and
ten rods east of west line of east half of south
west quarter of section eighteen, and running
thence cast parallel with Oliver street eight
rods, thence south parallel with said quarter
lino eight rods, thence west parallel with Oliver
street eight rods, thence north parallel with
quarter line eight rods to tho place of beginning
HERMAN C. FR1ESEKE,
Administrator of tho Estate of said Deceased.
Dated Sept. 6th, A. D. 1894.
In tho matter of tho estato of Stephen S.
Whitincr deceased. We, the undersigned
having been appointed by the Hon. Matthew
Hush, Judge of Probate in nnd for the County
of Shiawassee, State of Michigan, commission
ers to receive, examine nnd udjust all claims
and demands of all persons ojrainst said estate,
do hereby irivo not ice that wo will meet at tho
otllce of Won". .-,u R Chayell In theC'lty of Corun
na in said C'iUiity. 'u T ionday.tholTthd: i De
cember. lf-Jl, w ! nn the 18th day h,
A. D. is"jii. al ton o'clock In the forci"
of said das, for :uo purpose of receiviij;.
justing i.:l el"iius against said estate, ai.
six months i.om tho 17th day of ScptemK
1). 18W, aro allowed to creditors to present tt.
claims to said commissioners for adjustment a...
Dated tho 17th day of September A. D. 1SDI.
Frank E. Welch,
W. It. Chapei.u
Notice of Election.
STATE OF MICHIGAN. i
OFFICE OFTnK SECRETAHY OF STATE, f
Lansing, Aug. 29, 1804.
To the Sheriff of the County of Shiawassee:
Sir You are hereby notiiled that at the gen
eral election to be held in this state, on the
Tuesday succeeding the tlrst Monday of Novem
ber next, tno ronowing omccrs are to oe ciectea.
A Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary
o! State, State Treasurer, Auditor General,
Commissioner of the State Land Ofllce, At
torney General, and Superintendent of Publlo
Instruction; also a member of tho State Hoard
of Education in place of Perry F. Powers, whose
term of olllce will cxplro December 31, 1894, also
a Representative In Congress for the Eighth
Congressional District of this State, to which
your county belongs; also a Senator for the
Fourteenth Senatorial District of this State;
also ono Representative in tho State Legisla
ture for the Representative District comprising
You are also hereby notified that at said elec
tion there will bo submitted to tho people
An amendment to Section 1. Article 7. of the
Constitution of this State relative to the qualifi
cations of electors of this state ;
Also an amendment to section 5 Article 7. of
the Constitution of this State authorizing in
mates of Soldiers' Homes to vote where such
homes aro situated.
In Testimony Whereof. I have hereunto
set my hand and afllxed the Great Seal of tho
State of Michigan, at Lansing, the day and year
nrsi nuoye wruTen.
Secretary of Stato.
Notico is hereby given that on the same date
of the General Election above given, tho follow
ing county ofllcers are to bo elected: A Clerk,
Sherill, Prosecuting Attorney, Register of
Deeds. Treasurer, two Circuit Court Commis
sioners, Surveyor and two Coroners.
WILLIAM J'i. JACOBS,
E. C. West's Nervo and B'aln TrcMmcrt
.-n'd under rumUivo written rmrnntee. by author
..1 ufTuntn only, to cure Wnk Memory; los M
. ianud Nerve l'ownr; Lrn.t Manhood; vulcVnofs;
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-rvoiiFneap; I.nnnitnl; nil Drntim; lossof Tower
::it Ctonoratlvo Orgnna In either fax, cnurod by
..r-oxertlon; Youthful Errors, or FxceHnive tn of
.,:,iulo, Opium or Liquor, which toon lend to
V.for, ConKuniptlon, Insanity nnd Death, liy nmil,
' 1 a ti; tt for ": with rrrlitMi pninrnnlm to cure or
.-fi.ud money. WKHTSCOUOHHYKUP. Aeortnin
f.:iro tne Cough. Gold, Aftbnin, Hrmi)hilln, Croup,
'1 hooping (lough. Horn Throftf. rifiiHirjt totie.
'ninll size discontinued; olrt.fK'o. nlzo, now 2re.J cl'
: t to, now 60o. UUA11AM1UCS icnua 1 enly br
JOHNSON & HENDERSON ACEMTS
Call or send stamp for samp tn.
In pursuance and-by virtue of an order and
decree- of the circuit court for tho county of
Shiawassee in chancery in tbo etato of Michi
gan, made and duted on tho 7th day of Juno A.
D. 1MM, in a certain cuuse therein pending,
wherein William 11. Mason and Marlon Mason
aro complainants, and Gilbert II. Renslow.Sarah
Ren.slow, and M. L. Stewart & Co. are defend
Notice is hereby given that I shall sell at pub
lic auction, to tho highest bidder at the lrotit
di'or of tun court house, in tho city of corunna,
in county of Shiawassee and stale of Michigan,
said court house being tho place for holding the
circuit court for said county on the tilth day of
November A. D. 191, at two o'clock in tho after
noon, all or so much thereof a.n may bo neces
sary to ralso the amount duo to the complain
auts for principal, interest, aud costs in this
cause, of the following described parcel of land
to wit: On tho southeust auurtcr of section 2.1.
town 7 north, range 2 east in Shiawassee county
state of Michigan', commencing two rods west
and six rods south of the east quarter post of
said section, thence running west eight rods,
thence south four rods, thence east eight rods,
thence north four rods to tho place of beginning
known as lot 2, block No. 1 of M. L. Stewart &
Co., 2d addition to the city of Owosso. Plat not
Dated September 21th, 1891.
J. L. Toppino,
Solicitor for Complainant.
Frank F. Humps.
Circuit Court Commissioner.
STATE OF MICHIGAN, ,
County of Shiawassee, s
At a session of the Probate court for the
county of Shiawassee holdcn at the Probate
ofllce in the city of Corunna on Thursday the
6th day of September, in the year one thousand
eight hundred and ninety-four.
Present, MattMPw Hush, Judge of Probate.
In the matter of the estate of John Hrandt,
On reading and filing tho petition, duly veri
fied, of Mary Hrandt, praying that administra
tion of said estate be granted to the petitiooej
or to some other proper person.
Thereupon it is ordered that Monday, tteTCih
day of October next, at ten o'clock in the fore
noon, be assigned for the hearing of said peti
tion, ana mat tne neirs at law or 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 the Probate office in
the city of Corunna, and show cause, if any
thero be, why the prayer ?of the petitioner
should not bo granted: And Tit is further order
ed, that said petitioner give notice to tho per
sons interested in said estate, of tho pendency
of said petition, and the hearing thereof, by
causing a copy of this order to bo published In
The Times, a newspaper printed and circulated
in said county of Shiawassee for three succes
sive weeks previous to said clay of hearing.
Judge of Probate.
By Katherinf. E. Kelrey,
Default having been made In the- condi-'
tions of a mortgage made by Jacob V. Haye.
nnd his wife. Augusta Hayer, to Morris Ward,
dated March 21, A. O. Wl, and recorded in the
olllce of the Register of Deeds for the county of
Shiawassee and slate of Michigan, on tho 25th
day of March A.D. lbOt.in Liber l. of mortgage
on page 1584, on, which mortgage thero is claimed
to bo duo at the timo of this notico the sum of
four hundred and seventy-live dollars and seventy-live
cents nnd no suit or Droeoedinir at law
having been instituted to recover tho moneys
secured by said mortgage or any part thereof.
Now therefore by virtue of tho power of sale
contained in such mortgage; and the statute in
such case made and provided, notice is hereby
Riven that on Saturday the 24th day of No
vember, A. D., 1894at ten o'clock in tho forenoon
of said day, I shall sell at public auction to thtf
highest bidder at tho front door of the court
houso in the city of Corunna (that being tho
placo where the circuit court for tho county of
Shiawassee is holden) the premises described in
said mortgage, or so much thereof as may be
necessary to pay the amount due on said mort
gage with six per cent interest and all legal
costs. Tho said premises being described in
said mortgage as commencing at a point two
rods south of the north-east corner of out lot
lon to the city of Owosso and on the west line of
Hickory street thence south four rods parallel
with cast lino of said out lot seventeen thence
east ten rods parallel with the south line of said
out lot seventeen thence north four rods to place
of beginning, being in the city of Owosso, stato
of Michigan. Morris Ward,
Sblden S. Miner, Mortgagee.
Atty. for Mortgagee.
STATE OF MICHIGAN, 1
In the CincuiT Court for the 'County v
of Shiawassee, In Chancery. )
Asahel B. Emmons vs. O. R. Rice, Albert L.
Nichols, William A. Hibbard, Duncan D. Mar
tin, Grant Reed and Christian J. Gainsley.
Suit pending in the Circuit Court for th
County of Shiawassee In Chancery, at Corunna,
oil the 4th day of August, A. D. 1S91.
In this causo It appearing from affidavit on
file that the defendant, O. R. Rice, Is not a resi
dent of this state, but resides at Chicago, in the
Stato of Illinois, on motion of Selden S. Miner,
complainant's solicitor, It is ordered that the
said defendant, O. R. Rice, cause his appear
nnce to be entered herein, within four months
lrom the date of this order, and in case of his
appearance that ho cause his answer to the
complninant's bill of complaint to be tiled, nnd a
copy thereof to bo served on said complainant's
solicitor, within twenty days after service on
him of a copy of said bill, and notice of this
order; nnd that In default thereof, said bill be
taken as confessed by tho said non-resident de
fendant. And it Is further ordered, that within twenty
days the said complainant causo a notice of this
-dcr to bo published in Thk Times, a new s
. ."cr printed, published ond circulating In said
. . ty, and that such publication be continued
o at least once in each week, for six weeks
i.. succession, or that ho causo a copy of this
order to bo personally served on said uon rcsl
dent defendant, at least twenty days before the
time above prescribed for his appearance.
Frank f. Humps,
Circuit Court Commissioner.
Selden S. Miner,
State of Michigan, County of Shiawassee, ss.
At a session of tho Probate Court fortlia
County of Shiawassee, holdcn at the Probate
Olllce, in the City of Corunna,' on Tuesday, the
2nd day of October, in tho year ono thousand
eight hundred nnd ninety-four.
Present, -Matthew Hush, Judge of Probate.
In the matter of the estate of Godfrey Shout z,
deceased. On rending and filing tho petition,
duly verified, of Caroline Shoutz praying that
administration of said estate be granted to the
petitioner or some other proper person.
Thereupon It is ordered that Monday, tho 29th
day of October next at ten o'clock in the fore
noon, bo assigned for the. hearing of said peti
tion, nnd that tho heirs at law of said deceased,
and all other persons Interested in said estate,
are required to nppenr at a session of said court
then to be holden at the Probate Ofllce, In the
Cit y of Corunna, and show cause, if any there be,
why the prayer of tho 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,
nnd the hearing thereof by causing a copy ot
this order to be published in The Time's, a
newf paper printed and circulated in said Coun
ty of Shiawassee for three successive week
previous to said day of hearing.
Judge of Probate.
By Katherinb E. Kelsky.
' Probate Order.
STATE OF MICHIGAN,
County of Shiawassee. )
At a srssloti of the Probate Court for the
County of Shiawassee, holdcn at tho Probate
otllce in tho city of Corunna, on Tuesday, tho
18th day of September, In the ycaron thousand
eight hundred nnd ninety-four.
Present, Matthew Hush, Judge of Probate.
In the matter of tho estate of Ellsha E.
Painter, n minor.
On reading nnd tiling the petition, duty veri
fied, af Orrin H. Hibbard, an guardian, praying,
for license to sell the rer.1 estate of said minor '
for the purpose of investment us in the pctitiou
Thereupon It Is ordered, that Monday the 15th
day of October next, at ten o'clock in ihe fore
noon, be assigned for the hearing of said peti
tion, and that tho heirs at law of said minor,
nnd all other persons interested in said estnU
are required to appear ut a session of said
Court, then to be holden at the I'robuie ofllce in
the city of Cori;nna, 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 estato, of the pend
ency (f said petition, nnd th-j hearing thereof,
by causing a copy of this order to bo published
in Tn K Timer, a newspaper printed und circu
lated in said county of Shiawassee for three
successive weeks previous to snld day of hear
ing. MATTHEW HUSH.
Judgo of Probate,
Hy KATHERINK E. KF.LSEY,
. Probate Register. .