1892-05-05; Saline Observer
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■* +m 4 A. J. WARREN. Publisher. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. PROFESSIONAL. *p E. JONES. Attorney at Law. All Business attended to with Promptness mid Care. Office on McKay street. SALINE, MICH. /""J. R. WILLIAMS Attorney at Law, Especial attention paia to Pension Claims of all kinds! Newcomb Block, MILAN, MICH. tt A. NICHOLS, M. D., PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Office atNichos I ros\ drug store. SALINE, - MICH. p F. UNTERKIRQHER, Nl. D., PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Calls promptly attended to at all hours. Office in Hauser Mock, Chicago street. SALINE, - - MICH. O W. CHANDLER, M D., PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Office on Adrian Street, first door sour*a of the Wallace Block, SALINE, - - MICH. TCT D. HELLER, . D S. DENTIST. Headquarters for the best Tooth Powder in the market. Office over Nichols Bros', drug store. SALINE, - - MICH. t ' C. SLASHT, Veterinary Surgeon. Graduate of Chicago Veterinary College, Residence 1*4 miles east of Pennington s Corners. Calls may be left at either of the stores at the Corners. All calls promptly attended to. MACON, - - MICH. MISCELLANEOUS. \X7-ATERtWAN'S PHOTOGRAPH GALIERY. (Miss Gillett's old stand.) Will he in Saline every Wednesday and shall he Dleased to meet all in need of work in my line, ""all aud see samples of our work. T"*< CORDON, The Pioneer Painter. Over Forty Years Experience. .'arriage. Sign and Ornamental Painting, Paper Hanging, Freseoinc Eto. SALINE. • MICH. V*y Nl. BRIGGS, Practical Painter. louse painting, graining, paper hanging and kalsomining. All work promptly and neatly done, and satisfaction guaranteed, SALINE, - - MICH. •"TAN DUZER'S Barber Shop. lair Cutting. Shaving, Shampooing and all Work in the Barber bine. Bath room in connection. Hot or cold baths at ny times. A. B. TAN DUZER. SALINE, - - MICH. A. MILLER & SON. (Successors to J. A. Alber). Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, First-class rigs at reasonable rates. Commercial travelers and thoir bag- 2*age carried to and from adjoining ".owns with promptness and at living rates. Old American House Barn, SALINE, - - MICH. OBSERVE 1 HURSDAY, MAY 5, 1892, VOL. XIL---NO. 28. Henry Williams, Editor. A mysterious meeting of the fresh; men last Friday p. m. for bur heavy rains. ■ We are sorry to report that Theodi Hill is on the sick list. Miss Florence Potter has been absent] a few days. Misses Marion and Electa Milei Florence Potter and Grace Davis have a lawn tennis set. Prof. J. K. Davis, recently superintendent of the Souix Falls, S. D., schools, made us a. pleasant call last Thursday. The high school nine will play their first game of ball with the Hose company boys Friday p. m., May 6th. Game called at 3:30. Batteries: Drew and Lutz, Barnard and Lindenschmidt. Clifford Shaw has relinquished his high, school course and taken up course in agriculture. Mrs. Lawrence has a very finely stocked aquarium in her room. Call in and see the tadpoles evolute. Miss Abbie Chandler, of the seventh grade, has returned after a considerable absence from school. The senior class planted a tree last Friday aa a memorial to past efforts, and a symbol of future greatness. Suppose the tree should die. The high ^school ha* succeeded in winning the banner for the* month of May. Kemember it is as hard to keep as it was to get. Perseverance wins. Everyone knows the high reputation of the University Glee Club. Give them n. full bouse, patronize the class, help the school. You can't afford to miss hearing them at Union school hall, Friday evening, May 6th, at eight p. m. Admission 25c. Children under 14,15c. Tickets for sale at post office. No extra charge for reserved seats. Roll of Honor. HIGH SCHOOL. Boll of Honor for March—Ida Mon- to*nye9S; Geo. Parsons 95; Grace Davis, Eoscoe Wood, Lois Avery, Mina Bor- dine 93. SECOND GKA7MMAE. Alice Sturm 98; Florence Briggs, Minnie Bacy 97; Gertie Stang 96; Donna LaRue, Lillie Schaffer 95; Mabel McKinnon 93. Per cent of attendance 94.3. Per cent of tardiness .46. FIRST GRAMMAR. Eddie Nissly, Floyd Bennett 97; Rose Wood, Myrtle Dunn, Ailoen Sears 94: Linnie Rogers 92; Agues McKinnon 91; Homer Hoyt 90. Per cent of attendance 93. Per cent of tardiness .1. SECOND PRIMARY. Arthur Lynch 97; Helen Lindenschmidt, Minnie Keibler, Edith Clarke 95; John Williams 94; Flaud Davenport 93; Lav-ern Dunn, Edna Wood, Emma Gross 92; Herman Josenhans, Lydia Kad-jr, Eddie Barnard. Harry Gillen 91. Per cent of attendance 96. Per cent of tardiness .5. FIRST PRIMARY. Fred Cook, Herman Ehnis, Willie Fuoss, Max Fitzgerald, Roman and Grover Gillen, Chris Guizel, Walter Glover, Carl and Ernest Josenhans, David Keibler, George Lynch, Louie Schaffer, George Smidt. Jay Watson, Homer and Arthur Wood, Harry Bennett, Fred Keoder, Ida Allen, Eva Cressey, Tillie Cook, Jessie Gates,Mag- gie Sears, Jennie Wood, Edith Vogt, Cora Hull, Amanda Keoder. Percent of attendance 95.6. Per cent of tardiness .25. Opium smoking is • __ den in Japan. Tbe sa cept by druggists, is even they are not allowe drug except upon a doctol tions under penalty of i ure of license. No opium a to be imported. That cine is grown in a district"! and as soon as the crop is bought by tbe medical bifrea Japanese government and ag to be used only for medicinal] The Chinese occasionally opium into Yokohama, found, it is forfeited. STROVE as They Did 3fot "V tlie Result Was Dnfortuil John Banmgardner, (Successo to Anton^Eisle,) DEALER IN Foreign and American Marble, Granite and Building stone. Corner of Detroit and Catherine Sts. ANNAfcBOR MICH. S. JOSENHANS' REPAIRING DONE ON SHORT NOTICE. All kinds of Forgiiif:, Repairing Horseshoeing, and general .robbing. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED and prices reasonable. Shop on Ann Arbor street, near Main. "SALINE, - - - - MICH NEIGHBORHOOD GLEANINGS. It is rumored that Adrian's old-time "Kid Mayor" Tom Navin, has secured the exclusive right to sell peanuts on tbe world's fair grounds. Tom will yet surprise those people who think be will never amount to shucks.—Hudson Gazette. Washteuaw county ought to be wall represented at the World's Fair. It ought to show the world that it is one of the best agricultural counties in thtj country as the government statistics make it out to be, as well as the seat of the greatest universityin America. It behooves everyone who has anything better than his neighbors to think about exhibiting it for tbe honor of bis county. If you have anything to exhibit, talk to one of tbe World's Fail- county committeemen.—Argus. Deputy Sheriffs McCabe and Campion arrested on Monday evening Charles Deible, of Lodi. Deible bas been violently insane for about a year. He informed the officers that his bead flew off in the hay field last summer; that a physician took out his ribs and did not put them back right, and that his brothers stole all his blood. The officers have been obliged to sit up at tbft jail every night with him, iu order to prevent suicide. Deible will have a hearing in the probato .court tor-morrow.— Register. "My wife asked me to order of pounds of Spanish mackere' the house this morning and it," said Mr. Hodger as he entered Ms office and hung up his hat and coat. „I wish the first one of you young men who- finds a little leisure time would step out and speak to the groceryman on tbe corner. Have it charged to me." A general nod bowed the heads of all tbe assembled clerks and I made a niemoradiim of "two pounds of S. mack, chge," on the margin of a blotter, proposing to attend to the errand myself as soon as I finished a balance-sheet. It was 10"o'clock then, and an hour later I exchanged my office-coat for a street garment, and walked around to the grocoryman's. There were some reasons why I was anxious to please Mr. Hodger, by whom. I had been employed for a year without advancement, so, having charged the mackerel as ordered", I took the fish under my arm and hurried up-town to "Hodger's residence. "It's only a little tbing," I said to myself, "but the old man may notice it. Mebbe he'll think it shows a regard for detail on my part, or a desire to do things exactly right. A couple of dollars a week more would come in handy just now, and—and one can't tell." I pulled the bell at the basement door and Mr. Hodger's servant-girl answered it with what at the thought, and have since believe, markable alacrity. I noticed al she carried a number of bro; parcels under one arm. couple of pounds of mackerel "Tell Mrs. Hodger that Mr. S "Yes hev, eh!" she interrupt' (bang), Oi've a ton o' thj; an1 th' nixt toime any o" (bang) troys t' play thrid spictable "tvimmi-a, may th' Peter (bang) remember (bang, bang). Now g parenthesis represents a m; most of them hit me. As I backed up tho tried to make an explai no sort of success, a*j struck mc on the sm; and spoiled a $9 suit wid yez now," carnt" from below. "Oi dead if Oi don't m. ty-faced, lyin', dec! uv a " I lost the rest ol ment our head do wit the steps wajl one arm and a sm nocence upon his came out with his and we walked . bai gether, discussing Canadian annexatii zine. Mortgage Sale. hereby given that default has been ,payment of certain installments of red by a mortgage bearing date the 'ecember. A. D., 1880, made and ex- sd Robison and Hattie Robison. his M. Kerr and recorded In the office er of Deeds for the county of Wash- te of Michigan in Jiber 67 of mort- 291 on the 13th day of January, A. said mortgage was duly assigned liza M Kerr to Comstdck P. Hill on "ayofMay.A. D.,1890, by deed of as- t duly recorded in the office of the Reg- Deeds for tbe said county of Washtenaw 15th day of April, A. D., 1892, in liber of assignments of mortgages on page 169. ore than, thirty days have elapsed since 'oresaid installments of interest upon the nortgage fell due and the same now remain ipaid and in arrears by reason whereof tbe id mortgagee or her assigns by the terms of 'the said mortgage has the. option to declare tho whole amount secured by the said mortgage due and payable. And the assignee of the said mortgage by virtue of said oobon hereby elects and declares the principal som of Seven Hundred Dollars in said mortgage named with all arrearage of interest thereon i o be due and payable at the date of this notice. By reason of which: default in the payment of said moneys secured by the said mortgage and now due and payable as aforesaid the power of sale contained therein has become operative and there is now claimed to be due upon the said mortgage debt at the date of this notice the sum of Eight Hundred, Twenty and thirteen-hundredths Dollars aside from an attorney fee of Twenty Dollars provided for and made payable by the terms of the mortgage and no suit or proceeding at aw has been instituted to recover the debt cured by the said mortgage or any part lereof. [Notice is therefore hereby given that in rsuance of the power of sale contained said mortgage and the statute in such se made and provided the said mortgage ill be foreclosed and that the premises escribed in and covered by said mortgage, i-wit: The south-east quarter of the orth-east quarter of section thirty-two (32) 'ownship of Saline, county of Washtenaw " state of Michigan will be sold at public uction at the easterly front door of tlie 'purt House (that being the place of hoid- g the Circut Court for the county of ^ashtenaw) in the city of Ann Arbor in county of Washtenaw and state of 'ichigan on the 16th day of July, A. D , 92, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of said y- Dated, April 21, 1S92. COMSTOCK F. HILL, Assignee of Mortgage Frank E. Jonks. Attorney for Assignee of Mortgage. AGAIN - AT FRONT "With a lull line of GROCERIES & PROVISIONS. All f 3?esh and n©w? You will find my stock complete in DepartTn eio-is. ID-veje^y both In Teas I have as good as there is in the market. Coffees, roasted and green, is of superior quality. Canned goods of all kinds. Extracts, Baking Powder, Spices and molasses not to be excelled. Garden seeds in bulk receive special attention and the highest market price paid for same. Candies, a good assortment fresh and and package. Butter and Eggs will C. M. WEBB, No. @ Wallace Block, THE STORE FIRST OF MAY OFFERING CITY MEAT MARIE!. G. A. LINDENSCHMIDT Is still at the old stand, where he is always pe- pared to serve his customers with THE BE2T IN THE MARKET in the line of Fresli and Salt Meats of all Kinds, Poultry, Pish, Sansace, Eic, AT POPULAR PRICES. Complete steam outfit for manufacturing *.iu- sage. "Remember the old stand. C. A. LINDENSCHMIDT. SPECIAL SALE'CARPETS Sixty Different Styles THE STAR ^eat Market! RED TOCEIiPESR -DEALER IN- ■CLASS MEATS of all kinds. Fresli cuts of Veal. Pork, Mutton Original if Irreverent. A couple of stories a"bout children came in yesterday. The little son of one of our legal luminaries -was eating •with great gusto some candy which struck him as so unusually good that lie suddenly turned to his mother and said: "Mamma, I "believe that if God had this- candy he -would eat it all u*p and not give the angel's one "bit." One of our loading physicians encountered this incident in the family of one of his patients: The father was giving Ms little girl some religious instructions, when" she interrupted Mm •with: "I just hate the Jews." "O, that's Wrong, mv dear;" he said. ""Why do you feel so?"" "I hate"'eni because they hated Jesus so had." "But. my child,*' said the father, j Jesus was a Jew himself." constantly on hand. Sausage meat chopped and prcpah i-d. Iighest cash price foi Hides aad Tallow. FRED WCBLPEIt IIP 18c to 60c a yard Xsowell das-pets Body Brussels and Ingrains have no equal ART SQUARES AND RUGS All sizes and kinds Goat Rugs, all colors, 30x64, $2.50 Oriental curtains, China silk curtains, Japanese curtains, Irish point curtains, Brussels lace curtains ALL PURSE ©PE^JESIS We intend to make this the banner week in our Carpet department and give you a house cleaning benefit MACK & SCHMID On tlie ground Floor MANY FINE THINGS New Spring Styles Shoe * Department Ladies' Ij0^7\7" Ladies' Slices The Latest Productions from Leading Manufacturers No. 43 South Main St Ann Arbor Be-m e~m Tpen? -v,ja is Headquarters for Dye Stuffs and Wall Paper. St. Titns "Dance Ca-re<2- VII. Ban Asdueas, CaTU, Feb.. 1SS3. My hoy, 13 years oia, was so aUVcfasd by si. Vitus Dance that he could no; go to school tot two years. Two bottles ol rastor Jvoeu .j 6 Nerve JTouic restored Ms health, ami ho is now unending school again. * MICHAEL O'OONK. J.. Dixbj, Ohio, Feb.. IKJi A young man. 23 -rears old, is subject trt ;: rnsn of blood to the head. espL-cinUy nt the ti a« of the full moon, and he at such tii.es niTes:. ed ia out of his mind Pastor Kot>nig*s *\'erve To>.:!o helps him erery time. EEV, \V. bC'HOli*- ISDIiXAi-OMS, Ind., i oSG Northwest St.. Oct. S, ItBO. i After doctoring four months for nerrou:- trouble and finding no relief, a friend recctn- mendsd mo to tr v Koenig's "Nervo Tonic I used only two bofctlesj ana I thank God nosv-1 am so hearty and well that I can again attend to my buslnesi, which is by no means an eaBy one. It LEONHAKD —A Valuable "Sooli- en NeOTons Diseases sent free to any address, and poor patients can also obtain this medicine free of char-rev irepsred bytheBeTerend Koe. Ind. since 1SB, anr REE "Why, I didn't know ,th:it" said the | "rriiB remedy has heenw little one. in astonitfhnia-.it.- "I always Pastor xoeniif,, of "ffort Wj thought he was a Methodist."—Louisville Commercial. isnownreparednndsrhls direction by the ROENIG BSSa.CO.. Chicago, IH. gala"bTI>*™'^•■t»»tS'1'«,e*"Bot,1-J• 6SwS5 laraeBix-f.Sl.Tj. diiottteslbrfgi**. IBC±s. <1BAKING POWDERS is tlie best that Pure Cream Tartar will make and is selling for 30c per lb. A fine extract of LEMON and VANILLA . of liis own'make cheaper and better than ■ than the bottled article at the groceries.
|Title||1892-05-05; 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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