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was the first baking powder to expose the extortion of the high price pow
der makers in the price they charge for their goods, is well known fact.
Having Befriended the people by building a wall against extortion
finds another duty to perform, Viz.: to expose the multitude of imitators who
are offering so called baking powders, claiming for them equal merit with
Grocers should beware of manufacturers who offer to put up private
brands for the trade. . Such goods are not reliable. When the label is put
on the grocer assumes all responsibility and the baking powder usually re
mains on his shelves or in his stock, a constant reminder of misplaced
Calumet Baking Powder
is always reliable, sustains the reputation of the merchant and is the
fast friend of the housekeeper.
Monopoly must yield to Moderation.
Impurity must Improve or go Under.
Calumet is the Standard.
CALUflET BAKING POWDEtf CO., Chicago.
OWOSSO, FRIDAY, NOV. 13, 1986
Chas. R. rinorl. Rrntrtr nnrl Munnfaff
11 rDr'u A nunf rVtlnmHua ntl nnrtlAnn fKt
Dr. King's New Discovery has no equal a8
acougn remedy. J. D. lirown, Prop. St
James Hotel, Ft. Wayne Ind.. testifies that
he was cured of a cough of two years stand-
lng, caused by La Grippe, by Dr. King's
flew Discovery, li. F. Merrill, Baldwlns
vllle, Mass., says that he has used and
recommended lt and never knew it to fall
and would rather have it than any doctor.
because It always cures. Mrs. Hemming.
222 E. 25th St , Chicago, always ketps it nt
Hand and ups no fear of croup, because It
instantly relieves. Free trial bottles at M.
A. Sprague & Co. drrnr store.
James Howe, Rush 20
Koea Kunjan, Hush 1G
George Webster, Antrim 20
"uuio i v;i5uauii, omaw usst'U 10
Wm. E. Stanton, Hazelton 22
Uharlina M. lieamish, Iluzelton 10
Henry Blossom, Morrice 26
.Nellie bampeer, llazelton 18
Alansou Tersoniug, Lennon 50
Adeline Lister, St. Clair 4)
lie Doesn't Haulier AfU-r Trow, Uut
Manistee, Mich., Nov. 7. Kot-ert Porto-
ous, auditor of tho Mmilsttv nntl North
western, ato n boiled crow in iho presonco
or several spectators to rav nn election
bet. Tho triblo was adorned with Repub
llcan pictures and . mottoes. Ah dessert
was being served a telegram of condolenco
from .Mark Han"? arrived.
,' ' State Notes.
Harrison Tiffin, a well-to-do farmer
living about ten miles north of Mar
shall, Ills., was found dead in his barn
with his throat cut from ear to ear. It
Is not known whether It Is suicide or
Albert Collins of Mendon, Mich., was
bo disappointed over the result of tho
presidential election that he commit
ted suicide by hanging.
A sensational suit for damages has
: been commenced at Lansing, Mich., by
capias sworn out by Delbert 'Dunkel
.against Ellsha Willoughby, a farmer
near the city. Dunkel's wife was 111
some months ago, and it is alleged that
"Willoughby accused him of attempting
her murder by means of poisonous
John E. Wilkes, one of the oldest dry
goods dealers at CJrand Rapids, Mich.,
has filed mortgages to the amount of
- $30,000 to secure creditors. N. W. North
""iP Is the heaviest creditor, for $12,231.
Will positively cure sick headache and
'prevent Its return. This Is not talk, but
truth. Carter's Little Liver Tills. One
tplll a dose. Try them.
' Ratification Kfeetlng in Michigan.
Detroit, Nov. 9. Republican and goll
standard ratification meetings were
held Friday night at Bay City, Flint,
Muskegon and a great many smaller
cities In Michigan. At Flint there was
much enthusiasm, the crowd being
augmented by hundreds of people from,
the country adjoining.
Current Is Taken From Trolley Circuit
and Used In Houses.
It is asserted that the stealing of current
irjn; troiioy circuits for use in houses, sa
loons and stores is booomlng very common,
This Is not surprising, In view of tho easo
with which the tapping of the circuit can
be etToctod. A slmplo test for determln
ing the source of any suspected electric
lighting was put In practice recently with
conclusive results. A station superintend
ent in passing a saloon noticed tho eloo
trio lights go out and then start up brlaht
again, ns the incandescent lights in tho
trolloy curs sometimes do. He thought
mat was a queer way for the lights sun
pllod by his station to bchavo, and ho de
cided to investigate. Hcing familiar with
the technical differences between tho cur
rent system for lighting and the method of
supplying electric power for tho propul
sion and uiumlrmtion of cars, ho know
that by a vory simple- experiment ho could
find out something more as to the source
ot the supply of tho current.
A lighting company wires a buildine so
that any inenndescent lamp in It cau bo
shut off or take:, out without nfToctlnir tho
others. In a railway plant tho lamps nre
fod in such u way that If one is shut off
all cease to glow. Tho superintendent
passed into a sulo room of tho saloon and
quietly unsxcwed one of the Incandescent
bulbs. As ho expectiid. all tho lights on
the same wire went out. On tho follow
lng night tho current supplying tho clec
trio line on that street was, by agreement,
out off nt a certain tima. At that moment
the illumination In the saloon ceased,
when tho current was turned on again,
tho saloon was again lighted up. Exnm
inatlon showed that the wire had been
tapped near the saloon, the connection with
the food wlrebclng made by means of a
nail. A large number of similar "taps"
were found. In sonic cases tho job had
been done by n bogus "station man," who
had called regularly for payment of tho
current supposed to have been consumed.
This, at all events, was tho story told by
some of thoso who wero found using the
stolon current. Chicago Record.
Resemblance Comes With Old Age.
'Ago brings out family likenesses or ro-
sCMillanco as 'nothing else can or will,"
replied u scientist who lias given much at
tention to tho study of physiology und Its
running inate, jihysiognomy. "In tho or
dinary life of a man or woman thy .ro- so
much occupied by other things tht:t is,
With tho pleasures, passings or business-of
tho world that they do not show i.r.y f t
tho lineaments of their parents. hen
old ago comes on them, howoNtr, tluy
show many of the resemblances of t he par
ent stock. Tako your own circle, lor il
"If you ore old enough to remember tho
parents of any of your lrienUs or relatives,
bu will notice that as they in turn grow
old the family likenesses come out There
are, of course, sumo people who havo tho
general features dind appearances of their
parents, and In many cases of both father
and mother, though in most cams of but
one, and thai most likely of the father, in
their youth andthrcugu life. Thcro aro
others, though, who had nono of the-
marked family likenesses until they
reached an advanced ago. I3y this I mean.
60 years or so. In many cases porsons
havo shown in their faces nonoof tho fam
ily likenesses until they reached very ad
vanced ages, and.lt grows moro and more-
marked as they leuvo tho milestones of ago-
behind them.' Washington fetar.
THE FAIRY'S SANDAL.
Copyright, 1803, by Walter B. Guild, Boston.
In tho great city of Obedo thcro dwelt
many rich and many poor mou. There
wero many of the people who were dis
honest, and so it came about that those
who could do a kindness were often im
Little Shero Ado dwelt in a miserable
lane and in a still more miserable house.
IIo was very poor and earned his scanty
living by carrying water to tho camels
and men of the caravans which passed
through the city.
One so small and weak was not able
to earn much, but ho was always kind
While he sat with his water bottle
one day, there came to, him a man' of
majestic appearance and asked if he
would do him a favor.
"How many leagues must I go?1
asked Shere Ado.
"Go only to tho house of yon witch
and bring to mo her right sandal," Raid
the stranger. "Disturb not her slumber,
"Turn the rascals out" tho familiar
party-cry may be applied to microbes as
well as to men. The germs of disease that
lurk In the blood are "turned out" by
Ayer's Sarsapirilla as effectually as the old
postmasters are displaced by a new ad
ministration. Flngren's Proposed Reforms.
Detroit, Nov. 7. Mayor and Governor-Elect
Pingree, whose plurality
lias now mounted to nearly 70,000.
Thursday began to announ some of
the reforms he Intends to inaugurate
when he takes hold as g vernor. IIo
declares that the conversion system of
nominating men for cf ice is responsi
ble for many of the bad men who are
elected, and he Intends to push a meas
ure that will seek to abolish conven
tions, &tCI have all candidates nomi
nated at mssmeetlng. when all tho
Voters of a party can express their
choice. Th" nayor also declares that
he will endeavor to have all railroad
fares reduced o a uniform rate of 2
cents a mile, and to make all corpora
tions pay more taxes.
A 0 . v V
Many people, when a little constipated,
make the mistake of using saline or other
drastic purgatives. All that is needed is
a mild dose of Ayers Pills to restore the
regular movement of the bowels, and nature
will do the rest. They keep the system In
James II aire, of Shepardsvllle, ipent
Tuesday in Owosso.
The only remedy in the world that will
at once stop itchness of the skin In any
part of the body, that is absolutely safe and
never-falling, is Doan's Ointment. Get It
f om your dealer.
STATE OF MICHIGAN, .
County or Shiawassee f TO
At a session ot the Probata Court for said
County, held at the Probate Office in the City of
nn.iin. nn Thnniflll.'llill K1 rial nf Dutnlui.
in the year one thousand eight hundred and
Present, Maunew uusn, juago oi itodoio.
In the matter or the estate or ueorge u.
Hall, deceased. Susan S. Hall, as administra
trix ot said estate, comes Into court and renro
gents that she is now prepared to render llnal
account as such administratrix.
Thereupon lt is ordered, that Monday the 23d
day ot November next, at ten o'clock in tha
lorenoon, do assigned ror examining ana allow
ing such account, and that tho heirs at law of
sale deceased, and all other persons interested
to appear at a ses
holden at the pro-
in said estate, are required to appear at a Bes
clon of said court tnen to bo
bate office inthe City of Corunnaln said county,
and show cause, if any there be, why the said
account 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 or said account,
and the bearing theroot, by causing a copy of
this order to be published in Tna Times, a
newspaper printed and circulated in said Coun
ty, for three successive weeks previous to Bald
day of hearing.
Judge of Probate,
BT KATDERIlfl E. KEIAKT,
So it come about that Slure Ado took the
for sho slcepeth at the noon hour and
might not give you tho slipper if you
ask for it never so civilly. "
"A hundred shekels of silver shall be
yours when you bring tho slipper. " Now
yon witch," as the stranger had called
her, was no witch at all, but a good
fairy nnd one who had done Shero Ado
full many a kindness.
'Come hero again tomorrow and
will see what I can do for you," said
When tho stranger went his way.
Shcro Ado went to tho house of hia good
friend the fairy and) told her all that
the stranger had said
When I sleep tomorrow, you may
take tho sandal from any foot," said the
So it came about that Shero Ado took
Iho saudiil or slipper from the foot of
his friend and got his hundred shekels
"Great now is my wealth," said he,
'and I will givo to tho fairy the haJf
of tho money, for was it not her slip-
per. ' '
When the fairy received tho fifty shek
els of silver, sho went outside tho city
wall and sowed them in a field which
she owned and then gavo' the fiold to
Shere Ado to be his very own, with all
that it contained.
Shere Ado did much good with hia
money, and many a poor- person was-
holped in moro ways thau you would
Tho winter soon came, and Shero Ada
was now as poor as beforo, for he had
spent and given away all of his fifty
shekels of tilver.
Water carrying was again his only
means of earning-a living. Not a word
did the good fairy say until ho waa
stricken with tho desert fever.
Then all of his needs wero supplied,.
and some of the poor people whom ho
had helped camo to care for him tho
best that they could.
In the spring, when Shere Ado -was
fully well, thero came a knock at his
Thcro stood tho stranger who had
sought tho slipper.
"Because you would, not rob- ray
sister, but took her slipper by her con?
sent, you have a now houso and xnnoh
wealth. Come with . me," said, the
They went outsido tho city wall to
Shere Ado's field, and there had grown
a beautiful palaco. There wero men
servants and maidservants, and every
shekel of silver which tho fairy had
sown upon tho field had growa to a pot
Shcro Ado now asked the fairy to be
his good counselor. He thus used his
wealth so wisely that tho caliph (that is
what they called their king) bestowed
upon him a title, and ho -was raised to
Tho caliph had no son, and so in his
old ago ho appointed Shero Ado to be
king or caliph in his stoad, "for," said
he, "one who would not steal ev en an
old sandal for a hundred shekels of sil
ver will surely in all things be faithful. "
Nowadays when women are trying to do
fvryining it is not strange that many
thiiiRs aru over-done. It Is not straDKe that
there are all kinds nf physical and meets!
niftui ounces. If the woman who Is a doc
tor. r a lawyer, or a journalist, or In busb
i ess wouia noi iry m iw a society woman
too, it ruiKht be different; but the woman
who knows when he has done a day's work
nas yet to im iHirn. Usually a woman s
way Is to keep doing until she drops.
working in this way has manifold evils.
I he most common trouble, resulting from
overexertion, either mentally or physically,
is coiihtlpatlon of the bowels, with all its
Dr. Pierces Pleasant Pellets are the most
eflectual remedy In the market. They
work upon the system easily, naturally.
There Is no unpleasant nausea after taking
uiem iso grlpinit, no pain, no discomfort
i uey are composea or materials that go
through the system gradually, collecting all
impurities and, like the good little servants
that tbey are, disposing of them effectually.
Charge,! with a liig Kmbezzlemet.
Chicago, Nov. 10. Edwin T. Bennett,
formerly manager of the Bay City
(Mich.) Tribune, was arrested here yes
terday charged with embezzlement. The
warrant says $5,000 was taken, but the
total amount, lt is claimed, will amount
Gold Reserve Is KtHl Climbing.
Washington, Nov. 11. The treasury
yesterday lost $7,600 In gold coin and
$42,600 in bars, which leaves the true
amount of the gold reserve $122,234,315.
The net gain In gold yesterday was
If the care of the hair were made a part
of a lady's education we should not see so
many gray heads, and the use of Hall's LI air
Kenewer would be unnecessary.
Stephen Johnson Field, associate Jus
tice of the supreme court of the United
States, will be 80 years old on Nov. 4.
lie has been thirty-three years on the
The 2rst agricultural exhibition held
within tho limits of the United States is
said to havo been organized and carried to
a successful conclusion ut Uoorgctown, In
th3 District of Columbia, h 1B10. This
claim is disputed.
That Catarrh is a Local Affection
of the nasal passages, Is a fact established
by physicians, and this authority should
carry more weight than assertions of in
competent parties, that catarrh Is a blood
affection. Ely's Creara Halm Is a local
remedy, composed of harmless medicants
and free of mercury or any Injurious drug.
It will cure catarrh. Applied directly to
the inflamed meinbraues, It restores it to Its
Knew He Needed Assistance.
'I had a strange- experience the other
night," said tho chief liar. 4,I was sleep'
lng about 40 miles an hour when I was
awakened by n noiso in tho room. and.
looking up, saw the dim outline of a bur
glar search l Jc my room."
"What aro you looking for," I yelled.
"Money,," La roplied between his teeth.
"And, do jou know," continued tho
chief liar, "I got up and lighted the gas
and helped him hunt for it. I knew he
nocdod assistance," Kansas City Times.
"After suffering from dyspepsia for three
years 1 decided to try Burdock Blood Bit
ters. Two bottles cured me entirely."
Mrs. (. C. While, Taberg, Oneida comity.
, THE MARKETS.
Neir York Financial.
New Yohk, Not. 10.
Money on call easy at 44y$ per cent;
prime mercantile paper 6&7$ per cent;
sterling exchange weak, higher, with actual
business lu banker' bill at 485-$4S5 for
demand and 483182! 4 for sixty days;
posted rates. 4S3X4H4 aul 4803197; commer
cial bills, imi-
Silver certificate, 6V; sales, 10,003; bar sil
ver, 05; Mexican dollars.
United Btate government bonds fir El ;
4's registered, 1A; do coupon, 1-J; 6 s rag
istered. lll)i; do coupon. lll)i; 4's register
ed, 1(0; do. ooupojj, 1JU; -" rejftaterel, t;
racino o' of ':. ioi.
Chicago Grata and lroduce.
Chioaqo, Nov. 10.
Following wero th quotation on the
Board of Trade today: Wheat November,
opened and closed nominal; December, opened
B04c, closed 81c; May, opened 8io, closefi
B5o. Corn Novembar, opened SlJsc, closed
December, opeual W3, cloiol JJOr,
May, openel SJJjc, ctoial 293. Oits No
vember, opoued aul clo-wJ nominal; December,
opened l''o, close 1 19c; May, opened 'iio,
closed KJo. '(Pork Doeeoibir, opened and
closod nominal; January, opened $4.00, closed
$8.00. Lard Docembor, opened and closed
nominal; January, opeuod $4.35, closal $1.35.
Produce Butter: Extra creamery 19c pov
lb; extra dairy, 17o; fresh packing stock,
Eikts Freili stoolt, 1'Jj per do3.
Poultry Turkey3, 8'4j per lb; chickens
(hons), "!v. spring chicken. 7o; roait3rj,
4c; ducks, 9.210c; geese, $4.0030 75. Potatoes
Burbank, 2J7&?J3 per bu; Ilebrou, SJtfj)
STJc. Sweet potatoes IlllnoU, $l.oO&1.7i per
bbl Honey White cloyjr comb.-. r)13j
per lb.; extrautui, 57. Apples Common
to fancy, i.0ej,$l.oJ pur bbl.
Chicago Live Live' Stock.
Chicago, Nor. 10.
Live Stock Pi'icai at tha Uniou Stools
yards toluy raaoi a follow.: Ho?s Esti
mated receipt for tho day. 2J.0JJ; saloi
ranged at $'2.051.55 pi;. 3.3JJ.07H light.
$3.05(13.15 routfh packing, $).25($').05 mixed,
and $3.2J$l.iil heavy p.ioidar aad shipping
Cattle Estimate 1 receipt for tha day,
8,500; quotations ranged at $4.9J.V25 choica
to extra shipping setter. S4.5J&4.9J goa l to
choice do, $4.20 1.65 fair to goo 1, $3.7034.10
common to medium do, $3.5J3.9J butcher
steers, $2.053.!i0 stockers. $;j.353.80 feeders,
$1.603.25 cows, $i.403.9J heifers, $1.7533.75
bulls, oxen and btags, $J.703.35 Texas steers,
$2.90(34.10 wustorn ranger., and $J.0J3J.t)J
Sheep and Lamb Estimate 1 receipts for
the day, 18.0)0: sales ran?jJ at Si 35 33. 3 J
western. $l.50-.'.7oTexans, $1,503-15) na'7es,
and $3.0035.00 lambs
St. Louis Grain.
St. Louis, Nov. 10,
Wheat No. t red cash elevator, 87o: track.
88Hj90c; No. :j hard cash, 75Uo; December,
8Gc;May,9JV(.ca8kod. Corn No. 2 cash.23i.4c;
December, 21-lic; May, 27Wc. Oats No. 'A
cash, 17J4c bid; May, Zilia. Bye 35o elevator;
Ministers Should Use
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure.
THERE 13 NO PROFESSION, whoa
labors so severely tax the nervous sy s
tern, as that of the ministry. Thedd
rangement of tho nerve centers of the bralV.
by over work, frequently brings oa attacks
of heart trouble, and nervous prostration.
Rev. J. P.Kester, M. D., Pastor U. B.
church, London Mills, Ills., himself a pbysl-
and nervous prostration had become so
serious last fall that a little over work in
the pulpit would so completely prostrate me
nr MflPQ mat it soemea certain t
lie&rt Llire of the mlnl8t,T entirely.
Ileart palpitation became
IeSt0rS so bad that my auditors
P1 1 tfl would ask me If I did not
nCtillil nav0 heart disease. Last ,
November I commenced taking Dr. Mllesy
New Ileart Cure alternately with Dr. Miles'?
Nervine and derived the greatest possible!
benefit. I have just closed revival work of 1
10 weeks, preaching nearly every night and 1
twice on tho Sabbath. I can speak for hoars 1
without suffering as I formerly did. Hard 1
working ministers should keep Dr. Miles' 1
grand remedies on hand." I
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure is sold on guarantee, 1
first bottle will benefit or money refunded.
Rhcnmatism Cured In a Day.
Mystic Cure" for rheumatism and neu
ralgia radically cures In 1 to 8 days. Its
action upon the system Is remarkable and
mysterious, t if moves at once the cause,
and the disease, Immediately disappears.
The first does greatly benefits; 75 cents.
Sold by Johnson & Henderson, druggls
, 19, '97
FIT5. All tflta stoDPfd free bv Dr. Kiln.
Oreat N.rv. Restorer. No Pits after first day'
use. Marveldiis cures. Treaties and 12.00 tria
bottle free to Fit cases. Send to Dr. Kline
193 Arch SW'olladelpbla, Pa.
llonse of CoiiiBiifn- Manners.
It is striking to. what un extent tho
manners of tho houso of commons havo
changed within tho lifetime of Mr. Glad
stone nnd Mr. Villiers. When Mr. Fcr
rand, the member for Kuaresborough, was
inuklng a furious attack on Cobden, ac
oroiDg to tho latter 's elchcrlptiou, "Col
oncl Sibthporo plies! tho fellow with
oranges to suck, in an- affectlonnte way
cuat resembled a monkey fondling u boar.'
ancy Mr. loniiny ltowles plying Sir
Ellis Ashme:id I3nrtktt with oranges diur-
ng one of the hitter's fiery attacks on Mr.
Chamberlain. No doubt it was only aftsr
bir Hubert reel reformed the tariff that
the oranges became a. cheap nnd vnlgar
source of refreshment. In Hurko's dav
honorabio members usu:l to lie full length
along the benches in riding boots mil
amuse themselves not only by sucking
oranges, but by cracking nuts. London
Saturday Roy low.
A recently discovered remedy for kidney disease.
Dr. Yates, a physician of laRe experience, beine
cuiivwiteu ei i no supenauvo vaiueoi asparagus in
the cure of kidney troubles, instituted a series ol
experiments in which were tested the comparative
value of the dry and green roots and stalks of the
plant, ine largest medicinal value was found la
a liquid extracted from the green roots, now known
as Asparagus Wine. Its success in curing disease
oiwio Kianeys ana uiooa,. Kneunuiism. consti
pation. Female Weakness, Etc., is marvelous. It
can be had of druggists, or by express prepaid
upon receipt of price, 11.00 per bottle. A 20-page
pamphlet, "A New Pair of Kidneys," free by mail.
Haturs Remedy Co.. Payee Bld'g, Chicago,!!!.
TO BE HAD OF -
JOHNSON & HENDERSON,
Drugs Medicines, Hcoks & Stationery,
Announcements for School Year 1836-7.
Teachers should carefully note the contents
1 this circular and preserve it for future use.
PATES Or EXAMINATIONS.
Regular, Corunna, August 20th and 2tst, li.
Special, Owosso, October lflth and Kith, 1H.
Kcgulur, Corunna, March 25th and ao.h. 1HU7.
Special, Owosso, J uut 17th and 17th, iju-7.
All examinations will begin at 8:3a. m
standard time .
Applicants for third grades will write upon
geography, theory and art and school law the
tlrst halt day; gramxtar, physiology and read
ing the second calf tluy; arithmetic penman
ship and history the third half day and civil
government and crtnoeniphy the fourth half
day. Applicants lor tlrst and second grades
will write upon geography, theory und art and
school law the first half day; grammar, physi
ology, algebra una reading the second half day:
arithmetic, hlstciry and penmanship the third
half day, and civil government, physics and
ortograpby the fourth half day. Applicants for
first grades will write upon geometry, general
history and botany on Saturday.
The above scioulo will be strictly followed.
For third grades an average ot seventy is
required, with, not less than slxty-flvo in any
branch; for seeond grade an average of seventy
five is required, with not loss than seventy in
any branch; for ftnit grade anagerugeof eighty
five Is required with not les than eighty in any
Applicants shall use legal cap paper and
write with pen and ink.
Applicants for first and seoond grades who
pass in part of the branches may re-write at the
next examination tn the remainder. After fail
ing in two consecutive examinations they must
re-write in all branoecs. Applicants for third
grades who fall in part of the branches must re
write in all branches.
CAUTION: Special certificates will be grant
ed only when legally qualified teachers cannot
be secured. Persons who wish to teach must
attend an examination.
O. L. BRisTon, Commissioner.
J. N. Conv, Examiner.
J. A. Thompson, Examiner.
Corunna, Aug. 7, 190,
Positively cured by tlicso
Th7" also relieve Distress from. Dyspepsia,
Indigestion and Too Hearty EatSng. A per.
fect remedy lor DJrziness, Nausea, DrowsL
ness, EaJ Taste in the Mouth, Cocied Tongue
Pain in tie Side, TORPID LIVER. They
FwCgulato the Bowels. Purely Vegetable.
Small Pill. Small Doso.
"Ihs Niagara Falls Router
OWOSSO TIME CARD.
Chicago Express leaves 8:06 a. m., arrives in
Jackson 10:15 a. m., Chicago 4:30 p. r.
Chicago Express, duily, leaves :S1; p. m.
arrives id Jackson 10 :43 p. m Chicago 6 :00 a. to,
Through Sleeper (Day City to Chicago).
Hay City Express, leaves 9:00 a. m , arrives
at Day City 11 :M a. m. Sleeper. Chicneo to Dav
Marquette Express leaves Owosso 7:15 p.m.,
arrives at L5ay City 9:45 p. m.
owosso accommodation leaves Jixikspn 11 :0O
m ., arrives Owosso 3.-0rl p. m.
All trains daily except Sunday.
J B. Glasgow, Agent; Owosso
W. RuGor.KS, O. P. & T. A., Chioogo .
RAILWAY. " i- -J '
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STATE OP MICHIGAN- The Circuit Court for
me uouniyor itmawasse, in onancery.
Samantba D. Stewart vs. John Mcllrido, Ed
ward Sheldon, Catherine Sheldon, Sarah'
Reckhow. and Elizabeth Connolly.
At a session of said Court held at the court
house In Corunna on the bth day of September. '
18i)d. Present, Hon. . F. Smith, Circuit Judge,
It satisfactorily appearing to the Court, by
affidavit on tile, that the defendant Elizabeth
Connolly's last known place of residence was in
this state, but that her present place of resi
dence cannot be ascertained, and that process
of subpoena has been duly issued In said cause,
but cannot be served upon her for said reason ,
and because of her continued absence from her
last known place of residence : On motion of
Lyon & lladsall. Complainant's solicitors, It is
ordered that the said defendant, Elizabeth
Connolly, cause her appearance to be enteret
herein within five months from the date of this
order, and that in case of her appearance that
she cause her answer to the complainant's bill to
be filed and a copy to be served on the complain
ant's solicitors within twenty days after service
on her of a copy of said bill and notice of this or
der. And that In delault thereof said bill be J
taken as confessed by the said ttetendant.
And it is further ordered that within twenty
days after the date hereof, the said complainant
cause a notice of this order to be published in
The Times, a newspaper published: and printed
and circulating in said county, and that such
publication be continued therein at least onie
in each week for six weeks in suacesslon, or V
that she cause a copy of this order to be served ,
on said defendant, Elizabeth Connolly, person
ally, at least twenty days beforo the time above
prescribed for her appearance.
Lyon & Haosall, Stearns F. Smith,
Complt.'s Solrs. Circuit Judge.
A tru copy. Uriiti C. Cooper, Register.
GRID TRUNK RAILWAY SK8I1
(Pstroit & Milwaukee Division.) V
TIMETABLE IN EFFECT MAY 4,
Uraad Rapids .
. R. & I. Jet
6 65 11 IS
7 !5j n 83
8 41 f
. 6 10
. 6 00
. a. .a
p. m. p. m.'
8 00 10 45
8 15 11 05
8 58 19 15 '
0 30 1 14'
10 IS 2 41
' 6 65
TIME TABLE. IN EFFECT MAY 17, '96
Trains leave Owosso as follows:
Dally except sundt?
No. 1, 10:03 a. m.
No. 3, 7:20 p.m.
No. 6. 1 :05 a. m.
Dally except Sunday
No. 2, 0:00 a. m.
No. 4, 5:89 p, m.
8:00 a. m.
Cheap rates and good connections with boats at
Frankfort tor the west and northwest.
Boat leaven Frankfort for Menominee, Mich
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Fn
day, at 9 a. m. Leave Menominee at 11 f
m. same days for Frankfort,
Leave Frankfort for Kewaanee, Wis., Wednes
Cay and Saturday, io a. m. Leave Kei
waunae, Wis., for Frankfort, same days, 4 p.n
Hurt. 3. Btratton, Agt Owosso..
Milwaukee a, in. p. m. 0 00
Chicago f 9 00 7 00
Daring naviga f 7 80
tlon only. ' a. m. a. m. p. m. n. m.
G"d Haven Lv. 7 10 6 40 .9 00 810 6 00
Ferrysburg 7 15 6 44 9 05 915 6 04
G. R. & I. 8 W 6 87 10 05 8 18 10 40
Grand Rapids 8 15 6 40 10 SO 8 25 ll 00
Jowell Wd.lS 7 15 10 65 00 11 53
. , uSily am.
Ionia 7 40 11 25 4 28 19 85
Owosso 9 00 1 20 6 05 8 10
Durand 5 10 0 35 1 47 6 55 8 5
Holly & 55 0 14 9 26 4 47
Pontlao 6 85 53 8 05 8 85 5 87
Milwaukee Jet 7 15 S'J 8 45 0 05 6 80
Detroit 7 85 11 60 4 05 0 26 7 05
a. m. a. m. p. m. p. m a. m.
NO. 12 Chicago Express, leaves Owosso
daily ut 4:37 a. m. ; Corunna 4:44; Vernon 4:54; .
Durand 5:10. Arrives at Detroit at 7:85 a.m.
KB. 17 Leaves Detroit daily at 8:00 p. m.
Arrives at Owosso at 10 :43 p. m.
(Toledo, Saginaw 4 Muikp Divisk)
Steamers run during navigation only.
Muskegon Lv 8:00
Cedar Springs 0:43
Oreenvllle 10:i 12 65
Sheridan 10:52 1:45 V
Carson City 11:22 8:15
Ashley 12:10 6:15
Owosso Jet. 12:50 6;30
Detroit Ar 4:05
a. m. p. m. f"
Detroit Lv 6:55 10:45
Owosso Jot. Lv 10:20 6:15 V
Ashley H:6 C:o
Carson City 11:57 8:40
Sheridan . 12:29 9i40
Oreenvtlle 12:55 10:80
Cedar Springs 1:80 x
Sparta 1:54 .
Muskegon Ar 8:10 t
O. n. HUGHES,
Asst. Oen'l P. &T. A pent.
K.WYKES, local Agent. Mich. Pass. Ag en