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Chan. Baldwin io in Gaytord on business
Mr. and Mrs. K. 0. Dewey are in Aun
Mrs. 0. V. Northrop is entertalnln her
mother, Mrs. Wellmau, of Detroit.
C. W. Gale and K. W. Crawford are in
Detroit on telephone business today.
Mr. aud Mrs. G. K. Black entertained the
clerks of Black & Son's store Wednesday
Mrs Clarence Alyea and sister. Mis.
Butrick. are visiting friends Id Mt
Simon Knoll entertained a party at bis
home on Saginaw street Wednesday even
ing the occasion being his birthday.
Rev. C. G. Squire, of Riverside
church, gave his lecture on Freedom's His
tory at Mason last evening.
Mrs. Orpha Stoddard and mother, Mrs. L.
Opdyde, returned Wednesday from Bath
where they visited friends.
A pension of ten dollars a month has been
secured by E. L. Brewer for the minor
children of the late George Howe.
Lost: Sunday, October 29, a ten months
old white and liver colored setter bitch.
Finder please leave with Andy Geeck, 903
West Main street, aud receive reward.
We are the Jewelers who will save you
money on holiday goods, for we pay no
store rent nor clerk hire and buy our goods
in large quantities. C. S. Allison & Son. .
J. H. Laverock is having the fair ground
surveyed and a plat made of the same.
Since his purchase of the property last week
he ba m.'t with the most encouraging re
ception on every band from people who
wish one or more lots in that pleasant part
of the city.
E. U. Gorsuch whi recently sold his in
terest iu the Corunna Journal hag puretm
ed the Richmond Review of Richmond
Macomb county, and will remove to tha
village at onc. The people of Richmond
will tind Mr. Gorsuch to be a very pleasant.
and reliable citizen, a good newspaper man,
and worthy of their cordial support. Trnst
Times wishes him every possible success.
Word was received last night announcing
the death of Sidney Araher, in Buffalo, N.
Y , where he was taken sick and was op
erateii upon for appendicitis. It is ex'
pected that the body will be brought to this
city tomorrow and the funeral services will
be held Sunday in the M. E. church, of
which he was a member. Mr. Archer was
an exemplary young man in evpry respect,
and altho be had been absent from the city
several months he will be missed by
a large number of friends.
8. D. Emery has control of the large
storage buildiug on South Washington
street, used last season by the Harrison
Swan Poultry Company, and will use it
this year and next at least, In connection
with his big poultry business. All the
buying, however, will continue to be done
at the Exchange street establishment. The
South Washington street house is used
more for handling the poultry which is
shipped in by rail as it has the convenience
of a side track.
Thomas R. Young an eighty-four year
old pioneer of Caledonia township who had
lived on the farm where he died for over
sixty years, passed away Friday morning.
He was born In Connecticut but came to
Michigan with bis fathers' family when he
was eleven years old. In 1841 he married
Miss Nancy M. Hart, who died in 1889.
Three of their children, Mrs. Jesse Parling,
of North Star, and Mrs. Ira Angus and
Albert Young of Caledonia survive him.
Mr. Young remarried after the death of his
first wife and is now survived by his widow.
Mrs. Amelia Flower, of Port Huron, who
formerly resided in this city died in that
city Sunday afternoon at the age of nearly
seventy-eight years. The body was brought
to this city Wednesday morning for burial,
Miss Mary Flower, daughter of the de
ceased accompanying it. A number of
friends and members of the Eastern Star
met Miss Flower at the station and accom
panied her to the cemetery where Rev.
R. O. Cooper read the burial service at the
grave. Mrs. Flower's body was placed by
the side of that of her husband who died
while the family were living in Owosso.
To Our Customers and all MONEY SAVING BUYERS!
The Bankrupt Stock of M. Frahman l Co. was Corsigred to the
bost6n clothing house.
IT OR DISPOSAL AT FORTY CENTS ON THE DOLLOR.
AND WILL GONTINUE FOR SIXTY DAYS UNTIL STOCK IS DIPOSED OF.
These goods were bought at a Big Failure and a nicer lot ol Goods were never brought to the city of Owosso. We therefore
advise every Money Saving Buyer to attand this Sale as these Q-oods Must be DisoDsed of in 60 days or they will be removed from
Owosso. So all Rush to.this Sale at the
BOSTON CLOTHING HOUSE, M. SCHULEIN, Owosso
With Kentucky electing a republican
governor by a p urallty which promises to
run anywhere between four and ten thou
sand as seems probable from today's reports,
it must be said that her action looks very
much as though she was well satisded with
the present administration.
The jury which has been considering the
matter of the Looking Glass draiu before
Circut Court Commissioner Pierpont for the
last ten days concluded tbnir work yester
day afternoon when they agreed in pro
nouncing the drain a necessity aud fixed
the damages to bts allowed each owner af
fected by the drain. The matter already
has attracted considerable attention and has
been very energetically opposed by many
ot the men who feel themselves uufalrly
used in the raatier or who wish to get out
of the matter BON easily than the present
plan will allow. The decision reached by
the jury is in a sense a co.upliment to
Drain Commissioner C. W. Parker, sustain
ing as it does his judgment us to the nec
essity of the drain. It is expected however
that there will be still further legal contro
versy before the drain can be actually dug.
Vsrnon Sheep Buyer in Trouble.
C. S. Bingham, of Vernon, was arrested
in Mt. Clemens, Saturday, on the oharge
of securing three carloads of sheep
from Chicago brokers by making false
pretenses and presenting a worthless
draft for $1,000. Mr. Bingham it is
claimed, was located by means of a let
ter he had written to a Chioago woman
asking her to meet him at the Mt. Clem
ens hotel, Saturday. The letter fell
into the hands of the police who made
arrangements for his arrest at the plaee
and on the date named. Bingham, who
has been travelling under the name of
William Davis, was a Vernon man, and
from letters on his person it was learn
ed that he had an appointment with
a Durand attorney and also with E.
M. Hopkins, of Chicago, for Satur
day afternoon in Detroit at the Gris
wold House, where some deal was to
have been consumated. Bingham's
wife and small daughteT were at the
Griswold rocristered as Mrs. Brown and
daughter, a fact which makes it seem
stranger still that he should have the
Chicago woman along. Bingham was
taken to Chicago for trial, extradition
papers having been made out. The
Durand attorney has letters to show
that his appointment with Bingham
was in relation to the sheep grazing
lands purchased by Vernon farmers in
J You may have heard
about SCOTT'S EMULSION
ft and have a vague notion
that it is cod-liver oil with
I its bad taste and smell and
' all its other repulsive fea- J
turcs. It is cod-liver oil, the
S pi n est and the best in the f
world, but made so palata-
Jjj b!c that almost everybody
can take it. Nearly al! 9
8 children like it and ask for
looks line cream; it nour-?
, fehes tta wasted body off
J the baby, child or adult $
I better than cream or any f
, other food in existence. It
v. befln about the same rela- S
j l?on to other emulsions that
cream does to milk. If you J
hiVl had any experience
With other so-called "just as g
uOOdM preparations, you fj
' find that this is a fact.
The. hyponhofphitcs that are
:. hi tied with the cod-liver oii
fffa additional value to it because
they (one up the nervous system
4 and impart strength to the whole
f v.. ind $i.oo. all drusfgktt.
A SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, New Yo
On aud after this date, Nov. 8, 1890,
. except Saturday evenings, only one car
will run until 9 o'clock a. m., after which
I two ctrrs will run as usual until 7:45 p.
j m. First car leaves National hotel cor
i ner, going east, at 6:10 a. m.; last car
i leaves Owoeso at 10:30 p. in.
I. D. H. Ralph, Pres.
A committee ot representative farmers
j of the county met at Corunna Tuesday and
made arrangements for a mid win t t farm
j ers institute to be held in Coruuna some
1 time iu January the exact time and pro
I gram to be ann uuced later.
Output of the Klondike
No one will eyer know exactly how
much gold was taken from the Klondike
fields the past season. Since the Eng
lish government imposed a royalty, the
miners have adopted all sorts of ruses
to evade the law. It is rather diffloult
to dodge taxes, but it is more difficult
to dodge a bad cold and the grip at this
time of year. When the system is weak
ened by such attacks, and the blood be
comes thin and impoverished the best
medicine to take is Hostetter's Stomach
Bitters. This remedy builds up the
system. Besides regulating digestion,
it overcomes constipation. It is good
for the kidneys aud liver, too.stimulating
these organs into their proper perform
ance of their functions. Nothing is so
good for malaria.
The Owosso foct ball team met defeat at
the hands of the Lansing team in this city
Wednesday afternoon. Lansing made her
first touchdown within about two minutes
from the ginning of the game. The sec
ond was won by a long end ruu. The play
ing of both teams was very evenly matched
throughout the game except for the first few
minutes and when the home team allowed
the ball to get around their end for a second
down. The (.me was a clean one from be
ginning to end.
Millinery never before was so pretty as it
is this tall, and having bought our goods
early and for cash we have saved the advance
that others have had to pay and so can and
will sell you Up-to Date Millinery for less
money than any other house in the county.
Call and be convinced, at the old stand,
f-pcond floor, Wesener block, Mrs. George
Sheriff DunrrtJf St. Johns was in Owosso
yesterday and on his return took Bert Mur
phv home with him, a young man who was
wanted to answer to the charge of having
stolen some money from a house near Dewkt,
Grand Trunk Ry. System.
Cheap rate to Philadelphia. Pa , and re
turn on Nov. 14 and Nov. 25. '99, The
Grand Trunk will make a rate of one fare
for lound trip; good to returu within ten
days of date of ticket. For particulars
apply to E. Wjkes, Agent.
Bean the ) "IB iw navBftlways
Special revival services will begin at As
bury ohurch Sunday. Rev. J. P, Varner
and O. G. Squire will aaslet the pastor,
W. W. Benson.
What's the secret of happy, vigorous
health? Simply keeping the bowels, the
stomach, the liver and kidutys stroug aud
active. Burdock Blood Bitters does it.
Like Stanley and Livingstone, found It
harder to overcome Malaria, Fever and
Ague, and Typhoid disease germs than sav
age cannibals; but thousands have found
that Electric Bitters Is a wonderful cure for
all malarial diseases. If you have chills
with lever, aches in back of neck and head,
and tired, worn-out feeling, a trial will con
vince you of their merit. W. A. Null of
Webb, III., writes: "My children suffered
for more than a year with chills and favM :
then two bottles of Electric Bitters cured
them " Only 50 cents. Try them. Guar
anteed. Sold by J. S. Haggart and Will E.
Collin's & Co., Druggists.
Don't miss the opportunity of hearing
one of the very finest pianists now In Ameri
ca next Friday night at the Baptist church
under the auspices of the Women's Club.
The ladies of the club also hope for a large
attendance at the reception which will im
mediately follow the recital that all may
have a chance of meeting Herr von Stein
Easy and pleasant to
use. Contains no In
It t quickly absorb
ed . Gives relief at
once It Opens and
Cleanses the Nti al fft f llVi 14 C A T
Passages. Allays In LULU "i II LHU
flamatlon. Heals and Protects the Membrane.
Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell. Large
Size, SO cents at druggists or by mall; Trial
Size, 10 cents by mail.
KL.Y BROTHERS, M Warren St.. New York,
The Sunnyside greenhouses cele
brated the opening of their down town
office and salesroom Wednesday with a
chrysanthemum show that was a cause
for the most complete astonishment on
the part of visitors who were not
acquainted with the character aud pro
fusion of the flowers raised at these
houses, while even the hosts of friends
of "John" and "Mary" were surprised
and delighted beyond all expectation at
tho sight which met hem on entering
the new rooms on Y tin street.
The salesroom o pies the front of
the new two story j . .ck building which
is also the residence f the proprietor,
Mr. John S. Schlei J , his mother and
his sister, Mary, w.dle adjoining it on
the east is a green house fitted with
every improved device for heating and
ventilating, a place where a stock of
tho choicest of the dowering plants and
others which are for sale can be kept at
all times. The prevailing color of both
rooms and the trimmings everywhere
is pure white with a very delicate tint
on the walls and ceiling of the sales
The salesroom is a model of conven
ience and beauty and exactly the kind
of a place in which to exhibit the
flowers which own these greenhouses as
their home. Everything about the
room--the white hnish on oounters,
showcases and large cooling box with
its jars of roses looking out at'one, cab
inet shelves, plate glass in doors and
windows, and bevel edge mirrors is in
complete harmony with the purity of
the flowers themselvei and the cherry,
friendship-making dispositions of the
The Times congratulates the Sunny
side management on the completion of
the new' homo and congratulates the
whole city on having a down town
florist's establishment which would be
a credit to any city in the state.
To nccouimodate shose who are partial to
the use of atomizers in applying liquids into
the DMll passages for catarrhal troubles,
the proprietors prepare Cream Balm in
liquid form, which will be known as Ely's
Liquid Cream Balm. Price including ihe
spraying tube is 75 cts. Druggists or by
mail. The liquid form embodies the me.:i
cai properties of the solid preparation.
Cream Balm Is quickly absorbed by the
membrane and Ones not dry up the nut
tions but changes them to a natural and
healthy character. Ely Brothers, 59 War
ren St., N. Y.
"If the Cap Fits, Weai it."
If you are suffering from the consequen
ces of impure blood, have boils, ptmph m or
sci of ula sores; if your food does not digest
or you suffer from catarrh or rheumatism,
you are the one who should taire Hood's
Sarsuparilia. It will fit your case exaetiy.
make jour blood pure and cure salt rheum,
scroiula, rheumatism, dyspepsia, catarrh,
and give you perfect health.
Hood's Pills cure ail liver ills,
Frank L. Johnson has purchased an in
terest In the Corunna Journal the new firm
being Welch & Johnson. Tuk Times ex
tends its best wishes.
WANTED 8KVIRAI.. BHIOHT AND HONEST
persons to represent us as managers in
this and close by counties. Salary $900 a year
andeipenses. Straight, bona-flde, no more no
Jess salary. Position permanent. Our reform
cep, any bank in any towD. It Is mainly oftlce
work conducted at home. Reference. I5nclose
self-addressed stamped envelope. The Domin
ion Company I ept 3, Chicago.
D eputy WUJard Case has begun a thorough
going canvass to secure new members for
the Owosio camp of Modern Woodmen.
Editor Sees Wonders.
Editor W. V. Barry of Lexington, Tenn.,
in exploring Mammoth Cave, contracted a
severe case of Piles. His quick cure
through using Bucklen's Arnica Salve con
vinced him it is another world's wonder.
Cures Piles, Injuries, Inflammation, and
all Bodily Eruptions. Only 25c of J. S.
Haggart and Will E. Collins & Co.
One hundred thirty four Shiawassee men
have taken out deer hunters' licenses and
there may be a few left yet who will con
clude to go.
Faster Than Ever to California.
"The Overland Limited," Chicago, Union
Pacific & North-Western Line, leaves Chi
cago daily 6:30 p. m., arrives San Francisco
afternoon third day and Los Angeles next
morning. No change of cars, all meals in
dining car. Buffet smoking and library
cars, with barber. The best of everything.
"The Pacific Express" leaves Chicago dally
10:30 p. in., with first-class and through
tourist sleepers to California. Personally
conducted excursions every Thursday. Il
lustrated pamphlet describing fully this
wonderful state sent free on application to
Chicago & North Western Railway. W. H.
Guerin, 17 Campus-Marti us, Detroit, Mich.
ling the 5 tomnrivs andBowels of
uess and Rest.Conteins neither
SHum.Morphhio nor tftMMfcfc
Rtttpe aTOhf JrSM-fl Tl PITCHER
ItockM SJts -
Jifi nuint - J
A perfect RemMy f or Constipa
tion, Sour S mach, Diarrhoea,
Worms ,Ccn. unions Jeverish
ness and Loss OF SLEEP
Tac Simile Signature of
EXACT C0PTOF WRAPPEB.
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1 i A I i
TO MAKE ROOM FOR NEW GOODS
WE WILL SELL ALL
18c to 25c Paper at 10c per double roll.
35c to 50c Gilts at 20c
Borders at One-Half Price.
ALL NEW GOODS THIS YEAR.
At these prices it will pay you to lay aside for
spring use if not wanted now. The combine, of the
makers continues and next year prices will be as high
I H. A. BLACK MAR
Wmm Rt nnv
J THE CENTRAL PLACE
To SELL your BUTTER, ECCS, POTATOES
and GENERAL PRODuCE, for THERE you
will get the HIGHEST MARKET PftlCE.
and a great many
Come and see our Inducements on TEA and
COFFEE. We will not be undersold.
In TOBACCO you can get anything you want at Wholesale or Retail.
Brlpg Your Butter apd Eggs.
L. D. WILSON, GROCER,
Cor. Main and Washington 8ts.f Owosso.
For Infants and Children,
The Kind You Have
THE CENTAUR OOMMNV. BUM YORK CITY.
l id il l idi iiir A A iA 4&
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nDI I " I O "T"
Lnuujso i - a
In Wooden Ware
You can get any
thing that pertains
to Grocery Stock.
A Large Stock of
of nice quality.