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PERFECTION IflAUW MODERSHON IM PRICED
The list of cases-and the attorneys for the
September term of court, which open Tues
day, Is an follows;
i People vs. Fred W. Parr, indecent exposure
of person. Attorneys, A. L. Chandler, prose
cuting attorney A. J. Kellogg.
I People vs. Joseph Howard, assault with In
tent to do great bodily harm. Attorneys, Pros
ecuting Attorney Knight & Collins.
I People v. Bart H. Grove, larceny. Attor-
? ncys, Prosecuting Attorney Knight & Collins
People vs. Lewis Goff, certiorari. Attorneys,
I Prosecuting Attorney JohnT. McCurdy.
People vs. D. Rice, larceny. Attorney, Pros
People vs. Ursula Burpee, abandoning an in
fant. Attorneys, Prosecuting Attorney F. F.
PcodIo va. Wm. Cornford, assault and battery.
Attorney. Prosecuting Attorney.
People vs. Jacob Bellinger. Attorneys, Pros
ecuting Attorney J. T. McCurdy.
issues or FACT.,
William Uugon vs, the Ann Arbor Railway
to. Attorneys, Lehman Bros. T. W. Whit
Samuel Thompson vs. Hiram D. Stoddard,
attorneys, A. L. Cnandler J.T. MoCurdy.
Mary Otto va. Michigan Central Ry. Attor
neys, F. F. Bumps, S. S. Miner M.V. & R. A.
r Frank A. Potter vs. the D. & M. Ry. Attor
fleys, Watson & Chapman E. W. Meddaugh,
' J. T. McCurdy of counsel.
Marshal Thomas vs. Ann Arbor Ry. Attor
neys, Watson & Chapman T. W. Whitney.
C G. Chalker vs. tho C. & G. T. Ry. Attor
neys, Knight & Collins. M. V. B. Wlxom of couu
9el e. W. Meddaugh, J T McCurdy of coun
M. S. Brltton vs. Michigan Central tty. Attor
neys, Watson & Chapman M. V. & R. A.
J. A. Morrice, administrator estate of J. O.
Htakley, vs. Eleanor J. Hinkley. Attorneys,
Chandler & Richards Lyou & Hadsall.
Alex. Cummin vs. Stephen Baldwin, adminis
trator estate of Alex. Cummin. Attorneys. W.
K. Cummin T. E. Tarsney.
Richard Phillips vs. the U. S. Benevolent As
sociation. Attorneys, Watson & Chapman
Chandler & Richards .
C. B. Hoard vs. Mary St. John et. al. Attor
neys, Walter McBride Chandler & Richards.
Edward Rohrabacher vs. L. E. Woodard. At
torneys, Watson & Chapman Vun R. Pond.
Hollin R. Wilson vs. the Flnlay Hrowing Co.
Attorneys, Kilpatrick & Plerpont Watson &
Hugh A. Holmes, administrator, vs. M. A.
Rowley. Attorneys, Kilpatrick &. Plerpont
F. F. Bumps.
Clark W. Aikin, Arthur Whelan vs. Harry K.
Gibson. Attorneys, F. F, Bumps Crane &
John G. Hartman vs. John G. Haller. Attor
neys, T. J. Horsman Lyon & Hadsall, H. H.
Matthew Bush, as Judge of Probate for the
HM and benefit of Frances Trumble, vs. John
.flyTrumble. Attorneys, Lyon & Hadsall.
Herman Gute vs. L. Morris Jackson. Attor
neys; Walter McBride, Watson Chapman
J. T. McCurdy.
Margaret Derome vs. Wm. Van Allen. Attor
neys. J. F. O'Keefe, E. S. Atherton Emory
Frank E. Wicking, Fred J. Storrcr vs. British
American Assuiancc Co; same vs. Western In
surance Co. ; same vs. U. S. Fire Insurance Co. ;
- Hire vs. the Granite Stato Fire Insurance Co.
Attorneys, S. S. Miner, J. D. Conely of counsel
Watson & Chapman.
MOTIONS AND PETITIONS.
W. D. Sager vs. tho DeCamp Hardware Co.
Attorneys, Knight & Collins J. T. MoCurdy.
Tift 'First State and Savings Bank vs. Wm.
Rolfe. Attorneys, S S. Miner Knight & Col
Lewis Johnson vs. Wm. E. Johnson et. al.
Attorneys. Chandler & Richards.
Wm. A. McOraw vs. J. Gerson et. al. Attor
neys, Bowen, Dour lass & Whitney, Lyou &
Minnie Russell vs. Chas. Russell, divorce. At
torneys, Chandler & Richards.
I Odell Weaver vs. Frank Weaver, divorce. At
torneys, Kilpatrick & Pierpont.
Fred J. Wise vs. Anna B. Wise, divorce. At
torneys, Knight & Collins.
Geo. W. Loring, as guardian of Geo. Keyte,
vs. C. E. and Anna Green, foreclosure. Attor
neys, Lyon & Hadsall.
Daisy Ceasor vs. Joseph Ceasor, divorce. At
rtomey, F. F. Bumps.
Lcman C. Paris vs. Emma Paris, divorce. At
torneys, Watson & Chapman.
Jas. H. Bradley vs. J. H. and Emma Deal,
foreclosure. Attorneys, Watson & Chapman.
James W. Simmons vs. Lydla N Park, fore
closure. Attorneys, Kilpatrick & Pierpont.
Catherine Havlland vs. Robert Carter, fore
closure. Attorneys, Chandler & Rlohards.
Harriet H. Stone, guardian, vs. Andrew and
Agnes J. Palmer, foreclosure. Attorneys, Lyon
L. F. and E. F. Strubor vs. Frinvls H. John
ton, foreclosure. Attorneys, Lyon & Hadsall.
Llllle Ferguson vs. Lucius Ferguson, divorce.
Attorneys, Lyon & Hadsall.
Bertha M. Grobert vs. Julius C. Grobert, dl
verce. Attorney, F. F. Bumps.
Chas. O. Loring vs. A. Van Wagner, foreclos
ure. Attorneys, Lyon & Hadsall.
Clarence J. CooU vs. Ida Cook, divorce. At
torneys, KnlgLt A Collins.
L. F. and E. F rtruber vs. Wm. S. and Mary
A. Crane, foreclosure Attorneys, Lyon & flad
M. L. Stewart et. al. vs. Louise Bartels et. al.,
foreclosure. Attorneys, Lyon St Hadsall.
US N. Washington St.,
Julius J. Estey vs. J. E. Llmbocker, foreclos
lire. Attorneys, Lyon & Hadsall.
Mary E. Sbappell vs. Lewis Shappell, divorce.
Attorneys, Knight & Collins.
Harriet H. Stone, guardian, vs. Andrew and
Agnes Palmer, foreclosure. Attorneys, Lyon &
Hadsall Matthew Bush.
Anna H. Whitney vs. Lee J. Whitney, divorce.
Attorneys, Watson & Chapman.
Wm. N. Van Sickle vs. Mary E. Van Sickle,
divorce. Attorneys, Watson a Chapman.
Rollo P. Blgelow et. al. vs. Wm. H. Berry et.
al , bill to remove cloud from title. Attorneys,
Watson & Chapman.
Francis Fowler vs. Jerome Fowler, divorce.
Attorneys, Chandler & Richards J. T. Mc
Curdy. Addle Weyman vs. Michael Weyman, divorce.
Attorneys, Knight & Collins Stewart & Heck.
Lena Martin vs. Myron Martin, divorce. At
torneys, Chandler & Richards J. T. McCurdy.
Fred C. Olmstead vs. T. D. Dewey, bill to cor
rect title. Attorneys, Watson & Chapman
Lyon & Hadsall, Kilpatrick & Pierpont.
John Harris vs. Lizzie Harris, divorce. At
torneys, E. S. Atherton Chandler & Rich
Nettle Chase vs. Willet Chase, divorce . At
torneys, Knight & Collins S. S. Miner.
Chas. Johnson vs. Etta Johnson, divorce. At
torneys, 8. B. Terry J. T. McCurdy.
Mary A. Goff vs. Lewis GofT, divorce. Attor
neys, Chandler & Richards J. T. McCurdy.
The First Stato and Savings Bank vs. Wm.
Rolfe. bill to set aside deed. Attorneys, S. S.
Miner Knight & Collins.
Owen T. and John B. Davis vs. D. M. Lowo,
bill for accounting. Attorneys, J. T. McCurdy
Knight & Collins, Watson & Chapman of
Clark R. Crane vs. Ambrose G. Cowlcs and
Warren Pierpont, injunction bill. Attorneys,
Chandler & Richards J. T. McCurdy.
t'ora O. Long vs. Martin D. Long, divorce.
Attorneys, Lyon & Hadsall Watson & Chap
man. , p,
The Grand Rapids Insurance Co., whose
advertisement appeared in our Issue of
Auk. 27 contained testimonial letters, which
have no doubt left their impression with
our readers The company is one of the
best in tire State. Mr. L A. Hamblin, of
this city, is agent for the company.
W. H. Flartigan and his own company of
ten players will appear at the opera house
Monday evening, Sept. 6, In an up-to-date
production of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.
Mr. Hartigan's transition from the gentle
manly Jekyll to the fiendish Hyde, are most
wenderful and startling, and made in full
view of the audience. General admission,
25 cents; reserved seats, :$5 cents, on sale at
Guy Farrell, of Manhattan, is taking Roy
Cheat's place as operator at the Ann Arbor
freight house for a few days, while the lat
ter is taking a needed vacation.
L. C Cheney has charge of the building
of the Owosso Mining Co.'s derrick at the
new shaft east of this city.
Ed. Harrow, of Traverse City, who has
been assisting Niles Wiggins in his bicycle
shop, is quite sick at the home of the latter.
Dr. W E. Ward placed a telephone iu
his residence yesterday.
Mrs. Dr. S. S. Allen, of Flint, will serve
the Spiritualist society during September,
lecturing and giving tests.
Fred R Sherman, a U. of M. law student
from San Francisco, California, is spending
a few days as the guest of W. D. Kilpat
rick and B. H. Knapp.
Charles Sackrlder is taking a week's vaca
tion and visiting at various points alout the
Miss Minnie Frawlty returned Monday
from a six weeks visit with relatives In De
troit. MANAQIR AND CHIBP CONSULTING
PHY8ICIAN OF THB
BRITISH MEDICAL INSTITUTE
Wednesday and Thursday, Sept. 29, 30.
Dr. Hale treats all Chronic, Nerv
ous and Special Diseases
of both sexes.
Remember the time and place. The
National Hotel, Owosso, Two Days only,
Wednesday and Thursday, Sept. 29 and 30.
SPECIAL NOTICB: The headquarters of the
British Medical Institute In the United Htatcs
is In Detroit, at 478 Fourteenth Aye. A limited
number of patients can be acommodated with
private room and board In the Institute while
under treatment. This Is the only private med
ical Institute in the city of Detroit that offers
Good Tlox Paper and Envelopes 10c
Bottle Perfume 10c
Shirt Waist Set 10c
Largo (ilass Berry Dish 10c
Nice Glass Pickle Dish i0c
Good Heavy Glass Butter Dishes 10c
Celery Dishes, Creamers, Sugar Bowls,
Jolly Dishes, etc., all at 10c
Dorornted China Oat Meal Dishos I0o
3 cakes Fiue Toilet Soap in box 10c
Frank Wbelan and wire, of Vernon, spent
Sunday with H. M. Post and wife.
MIsb Mary Stack is taking her vacation
from Black A Son's store, ahe expeats to
spend a part of It In Marine city.
Mrs. Floyd Bloomer is visiting to ' Grand
J. E. Holleran, of Pontlac, was In the
city the first of the week.
Miss Maggie Connolly Is visiting her sis
ter In Frankfort.
Miss i-lzzle Pierrot returned Monday
from a visit in New York.
Almeron Shermon returned the first of
the week from a trip in northern Michigan.
E. I. Taylor, mailing clerk at the Ann
Arbor postofflce, called on Owosso oostofUce
employees and other friends Wednesday
No-To-Bac for Fifty Cents.
Guaranteed tobacco habit cure, makes weak
men strong, blood pure. 50c. $1. All druggista
Surplice effects reappear on models for
autumn gown for either day or ovenlng
Ploiineea and frill are arranged upon
the skirts of the tateat French gowns to
slniulato overskiirs. Ion;, short, medium,
pointed, square and slushed
A very pretty urn prevail! among fush
lo&abje color i thai h u ueh like the pink
and rosy purule mixture of the sweet pea
blossoms. Lttaa da fane is un nume.
A novel Ida ii to fats the iapels of dark
cloth j.vckets or vetta With finger wide
Mlllaga ot taffeta tor which stem and
laurel groen or currant red rc among the
Stylish looking Russian blouses fasten
ing nt the left side will he very fashionable
this full. These UN mir.le variously of
cloth, silk warp serge vigogne or any ot the
new aut kinks fabrics
New jacket models from Paris are from
28 to 24 inches long an effective length
a trlilo shortor than thoso made by London
tailors They show both single and dou
ble breasted fronts and closely fitted backs.
Every celebrated atelior In Paris and
London and every high class modiste In
America will next season make great uso
of the new, extremely olegant drnpory
nets, employing them not alone for fancy
bodices and garnitures, but for dress toilets
For autumn wear nro very handsome
models iu black silk of tho new highly
reppod weave, Hindu with u round waist,
trim mod with black velvet ribbon in rows
and n yoke of white lace oppliquo in rich
guipure designs. The skirt is in the latest
threo pleco bell shape.
Regarding dress trimmings it is posltlvo
that, however much the skirts of toilets of
ceremony and hundsomo houso gowns
may be docorutod, these puffs, frills, plaits
and flounoes will be kept from all tailor
gowns that rnako any pretensions to ele
ganco and simple artistic effect. New
Salesmen Wanted. 8100 to 8125 per
month and expeuses. Staple line; position
permanent, pleasant and desirable. Address
with stamp, Seymour-Whitney Co., R. 215,
Star Pointer paced a mile ou Saturday in
i. thus finally breaking the 2:00 mark.
Travelers are frequently troubled with
dysentery, diarrhoea or other bowel com
plaints brought on by change of water and
diet. One dose of Dr. Fowler's Ext. of
Wild Strawberry will bring relief.
PIT5. All Fits stopped free by Dr. Klfr e
Ureal Nerve Restorer. No Fits after first d&y t
use. Marvelous cures. Treatlco and 82.00 trial
bottle free to Fit oases. Send to Dr. Kline,
103 Arch St. Philadelphia, Pa.
Labor Day, Monday.
il mii o
Michael Dwyer was called to Windsor
Tuesday to attend the funeral of his sister.
Bis nephew and niece, William Dwyer
and Miss Margurite Dwyer also went.
For Infants and Children.
Contractor Edwards has the contract for
rebuilding the water works building at St
Try Allen's Foot -Ease,
A powder to be shaken into the slioes.
At this season your feet feel swol.ou and
hot, and get tired easily, if you have
smarting feet or tight shoes, try Allen's
Foot-Ease. It cools the feet and makes
walking easy. Cures and prevents swollen
and sweating feet, blisters and callous spots.
Relieves corns and bunions of all pain and
gives rest and comfort. Try It today. Sold
by all druggists and shoe stores for 25c.
Trial package free. Address, Allen S. Olm
sted, LeRoy, N. T.
Interchangeable Mileage Tickets.
A new form of thousand-mile ticket, the
result of careful consideration and discus
sion between the railroads and their princi
pal patrons, will be placed on sale Septem
ber 1st, at all Important MlchUan Central
ticket offices. The ticket is sold for 930.00,
with a rebate to the purchaser of 810.00
when used up, In compliance with its con
ditions, and Is accepted on all the lines in
the Central Passenger Association, forty
five In number and covering a vast extent
No mileage book has yet been devised so
acceptable to all parties concerned, and so
advantageous to the bolder. Every one
who Is likely to travel a thousand miles In a
year should avail themselves of it, and
should consult the nearest Michigan Central
Wire Hair Brushes 10c
Stick Pins 5 and 10c
Wash Board l0c
Furniture Polish per bottle 10c
Shoe Polish per bottlo 10c
Scrub Brush 10
Crumb Brush and Scrapor 10c
Slovr Lifters Gaud 10c
To Oar Constipation Forever.
Take Cascarets Candy Cathartic, lOo or 88c.
If C. C. C. fall to cure, druggists refund money.
Allegan Gazette: A few weeks ago men
tion was made of the Rev. Frank Uoyt,
who was iu this vicinity glvlug free silver
lectures for five dollars per ulght. The
silver was evidently not sufficiently free to
make the job last long, as Mr. Hoyt has
quit It and started for the Klondike goH
fields. And just think of it! Mr. koyt
joining the mad rush after gold! His free
silver proclivities must have been "for
revenue only," and now that the new gold
fields offer fortunes free and unlimited it
matters not to him whether liryau is presi
dent. Gold Is his standard. He recently
reached Seattle, where he was delayed by
the wrecking of the steamer, City of Mexi
co, and where he will remain until spring,
busying himself In the meantime by furnish
ing information concerning the gold country
and how to get there to his friends and oth
ers iu Michigan who care to pay him live
dollars for It.
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Farm for Sale.
80 acres of well cultivated laud, well wat
ered; good house and barn; large plum
orchard; acre fine strawberries; XA acre best
blackberries, and other small fruits. Situ
ated 1 mile south VA east of Bennington.
Would trade for city property. Inquire 011
Michigan Central Rates.
Tennessee Centenial and International
Exposition, Nashville, Tenn., May 1st to
Oct. 81, '97 fare for round trip, ten day
limit, $12 05; twenty day limit, $17.05;
reason ticket, $24.05
Cheap Rates to the West and Northwest.
On August 17, September 7, 21, October
I and 10, the North-Western line (Chicago
and North-Western Ry.) will sell Home
Seekers' excursion tickets at exceptionally
low rates to a large number of points in
northern Wisconsin, Michigan, northwest
ern Iowa, western Minnesota; Nebraska,
North Dakota and South Dakota, Including
the famous Black Bills district. Better
own a farm! Start now! Send for free
copy of The North-Western Home-Seeker to
W. U. Guerin, 07 Woodward avenue, De
troit, Mich., or W. 13. Kniskern, 22 Fifth
avenue, Chicago, Bl.
G. A. MUNCH, M. D.,
The noted Specialist, who has five diplo
mas and two honorary diplomas from proui
Ineut medical colleges, Is the consulting phy
sician of the Detroit Medical and Suigical
Institute, 145 Pine St., Detroit, Mich. He
can name and locate a disease or weakness
with aches, pains, etc., without asking a
questioH. We treat all Chronic, Nervous,
and Private Diseases, and Diseases of
Women, Catarrh, Asthma, BronchltK
Rheumatism, Tetter, Eczema, Scrolula, Ul
cero, Cancers, Tumors, Ruptures, Epiltpsy,
Fits, Paralysis, Heart, Luug, Skin, Kidney
and Bladder Diseases, etc, by New Reme
dies, New Process and New Inventions.
No matter what your disease or who has
failed to cure you consult him, and if we
take your case we would guarantee a Cure
or No Pay, and No Pay asked until cured
of anyone who gives security or deposits
money in bank. If impossible to see Dr.
Munch, write fully, enclosing stamp for In
formation and large circulars. To accom
modate patients and others Dr. Munch will
OWOSSO, NATIONAL HOTEL,
Friday, Saturday and Sunday,
SEPTEMBER 17, 18 and 19.
Default haviog been made in the conditions of
a certain mortgage bearing date the lsth day of
October, in the year one thousand eight hun
dred and eighty throe, mado, executed and de
livered by David II. Ureen and Maria R. Qreen,
his wife, of the town of Middlebury, Shiawas
see county, state of Michigan, to Joseph Her
shey, of Gorham, Ontario county, state of New
York, said mortgage being duly recorded In the
office of the Register of Deeds for the county of
Shiawassee and stato of Michigan, in liber 83 of
mortgages, on page 580 on the 18th day of Octo
ber, 1883, upon which mortgage there Is claimed
to be due at the date of this notice the sum of
three thousand eight hundred and twenty-seven
dollars and twenty-four cents for principal and
interest under the terms of said mortgage ; and
no suit or proceedings at law or In equity hav
ing been Instituted to recover the same or any
part thereof, now therefore, notice Is hereby
given, that by a power of sale In said mortgage
contained, said mortgage will on the 37th day of
November, A. D. 1897, at ten o'clook in the (ore
noon of said day, be foreclosed by sale at publlo
auction or vendue to the highest bidder o4 the
premises described in said mortgage, at the
front or west door of the court house in the city
of Corunna (that being the place of holding the
circuit court for said oounty of Shiawassee) for
the purpose of paying tho principal and Inter
est of said mortgage, together with the costs of
sale, including an attorney's fee of thirty-five
dollars as provided by said mortgage and the
laws of the state of Michigan, said premises bo
Inn described In said mortgage as follows, viz :
All those certain pieces or parcels of land situ
ated and being in the townships of Owosso and
Middlebury, county of Shiawassee, state of
Michigan, Known and described as follows: The
southweBt quarter C4) af the northwest frac
tional quarter (g) of section number eighteen
(18), in town seven (7) north, of range two (8)
east, containing forty acres of land more or less ;
also, sixteen acres of land, being the south part
of the north half (M) of the northwest fraction
al quarter (If) of seetlon eighteen (18), town
seven (7) north, of range two (2) east, being in
said town of Owosso, county of Shiawassee,
state of Michigan, being the land cold by D.
Hanghart to N. J. Clark, of Ovid. Mich., and by
said Clark to David B. Qreen; also, the north
half (tfcjof the northeast quarter (V), and the
southeast quarter (54) of the northeast quarter
(!4) of section thirteen (13), town seven (7)
north, of range one (1) east, containing one hun
dred and twenty acres of land, more or less, be
ing in said township of Mtddlehury.
Dated Owosso, September 2, 1897.
JosKPn Hbkshkv , Mortgage.
Kilpatrick Si Plerpont, Attys. for Mortgagoe.
The mualc of Owosao's four school bells
will again be beard Tuesday morning.
Belle Bruce by Louis Napoltu recently
won a Beven heat race at Warren, Ohio,
trotting the third heat In 2:18,, the sixth
in 2:18?4, and the seventh in 2:21.
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Well made 3-string Broom 10c
Paper of Machine Needles 5c
Children's DtOOCtttA Silverino Cup 4c
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We have Hundreds of other Articles
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Grand Trunk Railway System Coming
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returning to Sept. 27. Itouud trip oath
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pairs of Ladies' and Men's
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