1892-03-31; Saline Observer
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*■■?> f i .*»>^5 "V *^»5F VK SERVE A. J. WARREN. Publisher. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1892. VOL. XII.-NO. 23. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. PROFESSIONAL. F E.JONES. Attorney at Law. All Buiinrss attended to with Promptness and Care. Office on McKay street. MICH. SALINE, £i R.WILLIAMS Attorney at Law, Especial attention paid to Pension Claims of all kinds. JSeweomb Block, MILAN, - -.' MICH. TT A. NICHOLS, M.D., PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Office at "Siuho s I'ros'. dr*ig store. SALINE, - MICH. p F. UNTEHKIRCHER, M. D., PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Calls promptly attended to at all hours. Office in Hauser block, Chicago street. SALINE, - - " MICH. O W. CHANDLER, Nl D., PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Dffice on Adrian Street, first door south of the Wallace Block, SALINE, - - MICH. NEIGHBORHOOD GLEANINGS. Newsy Notes and Occasional Occurrences From our Near Neighbors. HD- D S. HELLER, DENTIST. Headquarters for the best. Tooth Powder in the market. Office over Nichols Bros', drug store. SALINE, - - MICH. p C. SLAQHT, Veterinary Surgeon. Graduate of Chicago Veterinary College, Residence V4, miles east of Pennington s Cor- ' ners. Calls may be left ateither o£ the stores at the Corners. All calls =. promptly attended to. __,, MACON, - - MICH. MISCELLANEOUS. March Crop Report. VXrATERNIAN'S PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY. (Miss Gillett's old stand.) Willbein Saline every Wednesday and shall be ".leased to meet all in need of work in my line, ■"all and see samples of our work. p CORDON, The Pioneer PajnterV^ Over Forty Years "^peftence. .'arriage; Sign and Ornamenlal Painting, Paper Hanging, Frescoing, Etc. SALINE, - MICH. VS7" NU BRIGGS, Practical Painte fmtse painting, graining, paper hanging and kalsomining. All work promptly and , neatly done, and satis&fct'qn guaranteed, y SALINE, • '/ -MIOI-I, "'/" yAN DUJER'S / Barber Shop. ttiir Cnltine. Shaviiig,,, Shampooing and all Work iu fee Barber Line. Math room In connection. Hot or cold baths at ,iv times. A. B. YAK DUZER. ' SAI.IXE, • - MICH. £X. s MILLER & SON. (Successors to.I. A. Albert. I«ivei'y, Feed and Sale Stable, Mrat-class rigs at reasonable rates. Commercial travelers and their baggage carried to and from adjoining Towns with promptness and at living rates. Old American House Barn, SALINE, - - MIQH. Iota Baumgardner (Sucoesso to Anton lEfsle,) DEALER IN" Foreign and American Marble, Granite and Building. stone. Comer of Detroit and Catherine Sts. ANN ARBOR MICH. Macon is laboring- hard to secure enough sidewalks to keep the people out of the mud. Aun Arbor stone yard-has found sale for $72 worth of pounded stone, the T. & A. A. By. having purchased the article for the'foundation of the piers of the new bridge across the Huron. Thomas J. Van Duzen, of Ypsilanti, has asked for a divorce from lis wife, Mary Van Duzen. They were married in 1868 and the complaint charges that Mrs.*Van Duzen lived with him only one year. Two more convicts escaped from the Jackson prison last Saturday morning. Wm. Gallagher, a 25 year man, and Jarae„ Butler, colored, an 8 year man. •Gallagher was recaptured in the engine room of the paper mill, hut Butler is still at large.—Brooklyn Exponent. A Jackson school teacher who has charge of one of the primary grades, recently kept a roomful of tired, children marching around the room 20 minutes after the close of school because they had failed to enter the room to her satisfaction. This is one of the evidences of the broadening influence of education.—Grass Lake News. Several of our readers file away the "Local, No volume in Iheiv library will afford them more pleasure, profit or lasting benefit. It is a splendid*-idea, as it gives you dates of local events that you cannot obtain elsewhere. It is, in fact, a history of your town. One of our readers has ordered us to save one cqpy each week for him, which he will have bound at the end of year.—Clinton Local. Dr. A. C. Nichols has saved valuable records of the weather during the year 1886. As an index of what we may expect in 1S92, it may be said that on April 6 that year a terrific blizzard sweptover Michigan, but notwithstanding this fact English cherries .were in bloom on April 22 and on the following day two peach trees iu his orchard blossomed.—.Register. At Wyandotte last Sunday the Kev. Mr. Nichols, of the Presbyterian church preached another sermon on the sins of dancing and card-playingbut he preached to a very small congregation, most of the pews being empty, and there was no choir present, the singers having closed thir hymn books for 'keeps' before they left their seats the previous Sunday. Several prominent and wealthy members of the church have already sent in their resignation. Mr. Nichols says he will continue to preach against dancing and card-playing even if he speaks to nothing but empty pews.— Detroit Free Press, Will Bennett was driving a spirited young team from Clinton Monday afternoon, leading a colt behind, when the colt became frightened by a team coming up behind him and gave a sudden Jump, striking one of the hind wheels and breaking out every spoke. With the rim of the wheel around, his neck the colt sprung forward and team and colt made a lively dash for a mile or so with Will hanging on for dear life. He finally succeeded in checking thom and drove them all the way home with the buggy running on three wheels and one hub. It takes more than three colts to get away from Will.—Tecumseh Newsi. A party of abeut 30, comprising officers and members of Ypsilanti Lodge, No. 128, P. and A. M.,with their wives, accepted an invitation to spend the eyening with Bro. Daniel Pierce, Tuesday, at his home in Ypsilanti township. Mr. Pierce was one of the 16 charter members of Ypsilanti Lodge, organized in 1S60-61, and while physically unable for a lon^ time to attend the meetings has always manifested, a warm interest in the Lodge and Order. Theoccasion was the presentation to the Lodge of a portrait of himself, and the evening! For this:report returns have been received from 724 correspondents representing 567 townships. Four hundred and sixty-nineof these returns are from 365 townships in the southern four tiers of counties, and 115 reports are from 100 townships in the central counties. On February 15, the ground was covered with snow in all parts of the state. In the/southern section the average depth was four inches; in the central five and in the northern counties 13 inches. February 29, it- had almost entirely disappeared in the southern and central sections, while in the northern section an. average depth of eight inches was reported. About 40 per cent of the correspondents report wheat as having suffered some injury, hut it is believed to be. in an average condition, compared with previous years. The total number of hut.hels of wheat reported "by. farmers in February is 1,366,123. Of this amount 302,752 bushels were marketed in the first or southern tier of counties; 258,966 bushels in the second tier; 258,512 bushels in the third tier; 384,335 bushels in the fourth tier; 148,238 hushels in the fifth and sixth tiers, and 13,320 .bushels in the northern counties. At 46 elevators and mills from which reports have been received there was no wheat marketed during the month. The total number of hushels.ot wheat reported marketed in the seven months, August-February, is 11,216,818, which is 1,166,498 bushels more than reported marketed in the same months last year. The quantity of wheat reported marketed in February is 385,075 bushels more than reported marketed in January. The total quantity reported marketed in the seven months,August- February, is 48 per cent of the crop of 1891. Live stock is in fairly good condition. The figures for the state are: horses 97, cattle 95, sheep 97 and swine 96. Comparison being with stock in good, healthy and thrifty condition. The mean temperature of the state for the month of February was 25.7 degrees F. This is 2 degrees above the normal of .sixteen years, and 1.5 degrees warmer than February,lS91. The greatest departure was in the Upper Peninsula where the temperature was 3.8 degrees above the normal. The mean daily temperature was below the normal for ten consecutive days, from the 8th to the 18th inclusive, en all other days it was above the normal. The highest temperature recorded was 59 degrees above zero at Mottville on the 24th, and the lowest was 24 degrees beiow zero at Cheboygan on the 18th. Iu the southern and central sections the 16th- was the coldest day of the month the average temperature being about 10 degrees above zero. The average precipitation in the state for the month was 2.10 inches. This is .14 inches below the average of sixteen years. It Was below in all sections exce\"t the central where the average was exactlj normal. Over seven-tenths of the total precipitation of the statu occurred before the loth, Commissioners' Notice. S* TATE OF MICHIGAN, county of Washtenaw-, The undersigned having been appointed by the Probate Court for said county. Commissioners to receive, examine and adjust all claims and demands of all persons against the estate of John H. 'Warner, late of said County, deceased, hereby (rive notice that sismonths from date are allowed, bv order of said Probate Court, for Creditors to present their claims against the.estate of said deceased, and that they will meet at the office of Frank Jones In the village of Saline in said County, on the 23rd day of May and on the ""3rd day of August next, at ten o'clock A. M. of each of said davs, to receive, examine and adjust said claims. Dated, Feb. 28.1892. FRANK JONES. H AEEISO If W. BASSETT, Commissioners. Commissioners' Notice. STATE OF MICHIGAN, county of Washtenaw. The undersigned Having been appointed by me Probate Courc torsaid county, C oinniissioii.- ers to receive, examine and adjust all claims and demands of all persons against the estate of William Donaldson, late of said couniy.deceasea, hereby give notice that six months from date are allowed, by oilier of said Probate Court, lor Creditors to present their claims against the estate of said ueceased, and that they will meet at tne late resilience or said deceased in tne village of saline, in said county, on the 21st day of J une and on tne "Use day of September next, at ten o'clock a. m. of eacn of said days, to receive, examine and adjust said claims. Dated, March si, 1SS3. H. W. BASSETr, alanson hamlin, Commissioners, Electric Bitters. This remedy is becoming so well known and so popular as to need no special mention. All who have used Electric Bitters sing the same song of praise. A purer medicine does not exist and it is guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Electric Bitters will cure all diseases of the Liver and Kidneys, ■will remove Pimples, Boils, SaltBheum and other affections caused by impure blood. Will drive Malaria from the system and prevent as well as cure all Malarial fevers. I?or cure of Headache, Constipation and Indigestion try Electric Bitters, Entire satisfaction guaranteed, or money refunded. Price 50 cents and $1 per bottle at G B. Mason's Drug Store. ti THE STORE UNQUALIFIED BARGAINS ZEPoir? OiLe ~W~eeQs:_ None of our Different Departments are exempt In our Dress Goods Department In our Cloak Department In our Carpet Department In our Drapery Department In our Wash goods department In onr Linen Department - In onr Hosiery Department . ■ In onr Notion Department In onr Dress Trimming Department In onr Underwear Department The most striking and unparalelled prices are being made MACK & SCHMID It Should Be in Every House. 3. B. "Wilson, 371 Clay St., Sharpsburg, Pa., says he will not be without Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption, coughs and colds, that it cured his wife who was threatened with Pneumonia after an attack j of "La Grippe," when various other! remedies and several physicians had done j her no good. Robert Barber, of Cooks- | port, Pa., claims Dr. King's New Discovery has done him more good than anything he ever used for Lung Trouble. Nothing like it. Try it. J?ree trial bottle at G. B. Mason's. Large bottles, 50c and SI. 5 TeIANT WORKbrs Salary or commission to good men. Fast selling- Imported specialties; also full line GUARANTEED NURSERY STOCK. Stock failing to live replaced free. R. D. Ltjetchfoed & Co., Rochester, N. Y. A Canadian Wanted in every county in Michigan as Agent to secure subscription for The Toronto Weekly Empire, "CANADA'S NEWSPAPER." A splendid Memorial Album of the late Premier, The Rt. Hon. Sir John JtfACDONALD, G. C. B., presented to every yearly subscriber. A twelve- page weekly aud Premium Albdm for one year only SI. Write at once for terms and secure agency. Address THE EMPIRE, Toronto, Canada. 8PRNG0F92HA8 ARRIVED and so has D. Nissly's Spring Stock of Shoes especially the celebrated line of JPingree & Smith in all styles, so "when in need of anything pertaining to footwear come to headquarters. We also just received a line of Boys' and Girls1 School Shoes tbat for price and>quality can't be surpassed. Come in and take a look at them and be convinced of their merits. Yes, come in young and old, rich and not rich, large and small, we can fit you all in price as, well as size. Now as you a 11. know we earry a full line of Crockery and Glassware too, and have just received aline of fa cy Glassware in bright and satin finish in three colors that is really something beautiful and is admired by all that see it ind will sell like hot cakes. Also our slock in Toilet Sets ranging from S3 to S10 is complete. Now as house cleaning time is arriving avail yourself of our "full and complete assortment of crockery. We have the finest brands and in different decorations. Ladies, come in and see for yourself before buying elsewhere. We are selling set after set in our Wood Lawn Pencil brand. We keep it in open stock so you can take just what you want of it and no more. Why yes. we keep them, too. of course we do and sell as cheap as the cheapest. as tbe past must be remembered yet. Yes, we take butter and eggs too. for anything in our store. So bring them along. Diamond Crystal Salt in sacks and bulk. Also Timothy and Clover Seed on hand. LT1,- Champion Root Cutters! Tho heaviest precipitation in any ono , ]ja*Sy "force Pumps, day was .ol inches on the 2nd. • The precipitation on the 7th being" next largest was .29 inches. The largest amount of precipitation at any one station for the month was 8.C7 inches at Berlin. The largest amount atauy station in the southern two tiers of counties was 2.-5S, inches at ( Tanks of all kinds, Gas Pipe and Fittings, Ypsilanti. Council Proceedings. * It S. JOSENHANS' WMMn WM man mm it REPAIRING DONE ON SHORT NOTICE. All kinds of Forging, Repairing Horseshoeing, and general Jobbing. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED and prices reasonable. Shop on _ Ann Arbor street, near Main. aALINE, MICH was pleasantly spent, it being nearly low 12 when the company dispersed.— Ypsilanti Sentinel. The regents, although they refused. the request of the city council for free beds in the University hospital, yet signified their hope that it might 'be possible for them to grant the request some time in the future. The regents plead poverty.—Register. We believe the denial oh, the part of the regents is right. Why should the beds at the University, be free to the call of Ann Arbor city council or to Ann Arbor people any more than to any other person or persons.simxily because the Hospital is located within the limits of the city of Ann Arbor is no reason why that city should be continually hung on the hook of favoritism, they have already received from the state University, and county court house, so many favors that thciy think, neither has aright to lift a finger-without their consent. Regular meeting held March 17,1S92. President S. D. Van Duzer in the chair. Trustees present: Harmon, Clarke, McKinntin, Jackson, Josenhans. Ab- | sent: Sturm, Minutes of previous meeting read and approved. The regular order of business was to declare the-result Of the election of the officers of the village of Saline, held March 14,1892. The finance committee reported favorably On the following bills, and on motion orders were drawn for same: S. D. Ya» Duzer, election and registration, $4.00 S. Josenhans, blacksmitiins. Geo. B. Rogers, gatekeeper, J. F. Sanford. gate keeper, TV. J. Jackson, election and registration, W.*D. Simmons, election. 31. D Wallace, street work. O. M. Kelsej", engine supplies. On motion meeting adjourned; S. D. Vax Duzer, .G. N. HOW, President. Clerk. Saw Guming, Grinding of all kind, Saw Piling. i E. C. Atckins' Circle Saws. Engine Repairing and Brases, Files of all kind. Machine work, Two Ply Rubber Packing. Round Packing, String Leather, Water and Lubricator Glasses, Repair Work of all kinds, Sawing Machine made to order at Moore cS G-lovs^s Our Spring and Summer Suitings Are arriving daily. We olaim to have the best selected line in the market, at the lowest prices. Do not buy a Suit, Single Pant, or Spring Overcoat until you have seen our line. We have made a specialty of our Children's Department This season, and are prepared to suit almost everyone in styles and prices A large line of Trunks and Bags always on„hand at The J. T. Jacobs Co. Ann Arbor 27 and 29 Main St 4.45 200 3.00 4.or» 2.00 i30 5.80 She—"I've often heard of the almighty dollar, tbufe why should we call it so?" He--"Because there's only seventy-five cents' worth of silver in it, and yet it can h*hy a dollar's worth."— Judge-. Caveats; and *rrade-"Har& o1>tained,*anfi all Talent business conducted for Moderate fees. , OUR OFFlCEisfOPPOSITE.O^S. PA'=KT OFFICE and we can secure patent in less tune tnan inosc remote irom Washington. Send "model, drawing or photo,, witn description. "We advise, it patentable or not, free of charge. Ourfeenot duo fill patent is sccured. A Pamphixt, "3pw to Obtain Patents," with names of actual clients in your State, county, or town, sentfree. Address, C.A.SKOW&CO. Orr. PATEirr Office. Washington. t>. C. MILLINERY! We take pleasure in announcing to the public thaton Saturday,March 19th we will open with a fall line of Millinery Trimmings and a choice selection of Ladies', Children's and Misses' > -it ,*i| in latest Eastern and Persian styles. Please call and examine stock before purchasing elsewhere r§ H S Weaver, McKinnon BiuLdinsr. ■*,*&SA'2L'a I jtl^ -^:4.^A*J'A A^H*l v ...igj^.^ .:> -^"""rtg-...
|Title||1892-03-31; Saline Observer|
|Publisher||LeBaron & Nissly|
|Description||An issue of the Saline, Michigan newspaper. Published weekly. Began publication in 1880. No longer published.|
|Subject/Keywords||Saline (Mich.) - Newspapers; Washtenaw County (Mich.) - Newspapers;|
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