1892-06-23; Saline Observer
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■WW A. J. WARREN. Publisher. SALINE, WAS BUSINESS DIRECTORY. PROFESSIONAL. P E.JONES. • Attorney at Law. All Business attended to with Promptness and Cara. Office on McKay street. SALINE, MICH. Q. R.WILLIAMS Attorney at Law, Especial attention paid to Pension Claims of all kinds. Newcomb Block, MILAN, MICH. TT A. NICHOLS, M. D., PHYSICIAN and SUKGEOH. Office at Nicho s 1 ros\ drug store. SALINE, - MICH. p F. UNTERKIRCHER, M. D., PHYSICIAN and SUBGEON. Calls promptly attended to at all hours. Office in Hauser block, ChioaRO street. i<£ SALINE, - - MICH. C W. CHANDLER, M D., PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Office ou Adrian Street, first door south of t£e Wallace Block, SALINE, - • MICH. IT O. HELLER, D. D. S. DENTIST. Headquarters for the best Tooth Powder in the market. Office over Nichols Bros', drug store. SALINE, - - MICH. I - C. SLAGHT, Veterinary Surgeon. Graduate of Chiuago Veterinary College, I rsideneo VA miles east of Peunington s Corners. Culls may beleft at either of the stores at the Corners. AU calls promptly attended to. MACON. - - MICH. MISCELLANEOUS. vy-ATERMAN'S PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY. (Miss Gillett-1 ~"ytand.) Will be in Saline every Wednesday and shall be pleased to meet all in need of work in my line. 'Jail and see samples of our work. V CORDON, The Pioneer Painter. Over Forty Years Experience. .Tarriags, Sign and Ornamental Painting, Paper Hanging, Frescoing, Etc. SALINE, - MICH. iy M. BRIBBS, Practical Painter. Ioubb painting, graining, paper hanging and kalsomining. All work promptly and neatly done, and satisfaction guaranteed, SALINE, - - MICH. y AN DUZER'S Barber Shop. lair Cutting. Shaving, Shampooing and aU Work in the Barber bine. Bath room in copqecfip.n. JJof fir cold baths at ny times. " A. B. VAN DUZER. : gALJNE., : -- MICH. Bridgewater Budget. I. W. Kirkwood,, our station agent, will spend the latter part of the week with his parents at Freemont, Ind. Mrs. F. E. Orttenburger, of Detroit, visited at Geo. Bheinfrank's this week. Messrs. Wm. Alher and A. A. Schcen candidate Theology Of Eden College, St. Louis, Mo., came home last Thursday to spend their vacation with their parents here. Miss Lizzie Eslinger, who has been visiting at Wm. Stein's, returned home to Ann Arbor, Monday. School closed in district No, 1 last Friday, with Miss Nettie Sanford teacher. In the afternoon, for enjoyment, the scholars gathered at Joslyn Lake and had a* pleasant time. Mrs. C. Rentchler and Mrs. C. C. Warner, of Lodi, and Chas. Schoen and family, of Dexter, visited at F. W. Sehcen's Saturday and Sunday. Miss Grace Burns has gone to Manchester to spend a week with friends there. Simon Nissly and Theo. Ulrich, circuit court jurors for last term, returned" home from Ann Arbor last Saturday. A. MILLER & SON. (Successors to J. A. Alber). Xjives^y, Feed and Sale Stable, First-class rigs at reasonable rates. Commercial travelers and their baggage carried to and from adjoining ~ .owns witn promptness and at living Fates, Old American House Barn, SALINE, - - MICH. Mil Baumgardner, (Suecesso to Anton .Eisle,) -DEALER IN- Foreign and American Marble, Granite and Building stone. Comer of Detroit and Catherine Sts. ANN ARBOR MICH. OBSERVE IGH., THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1892. VOL. XII.—NO. 35. Milan Murmurings. Mrs. F. Trussel is entertaining a sister from Burr Oak. Mrs. D. Ailsworth is very ill. Rev. Jay Hunlinjfton and daughter left for Plymouth, Saturday. Uncle Toms Cabin is billed for Milan June 27th. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Minto moved into Mrs. O. P. Newcomb's house, on County street, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Lacy are entertaining guests from New York city. Rev. Geo. Sloan and family left Monday for a visiting tour in the northern part of the state. Mr. and Mrs. C. Sill and daughter, of Detroit, are the guests of H. Sill aud family. The races will materialize Saturday. Mrs. E. Bennett, of Fort Dodge,Iowa, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. H. Hack. M. Day is confined to the house with a sprained ankle. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Fuller are visiting friends in Ann Arbor. Miss Grace Wilson is entertaining a guest from Flat Rock. Claude Chapin is the new clerk at Blackmer & Minto's clothing store. Several from this place will attend the commencement exercises at Ann Arbor this week. Mrs. Larimer, of Topeka, Kansas, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Osborn. The graduating exercises were fine this year. Diplomas were presented to an interesting class. The TJ. of M. Glee Club sung in a pleasing manner the college songs that are always listened to with interest. The M. E. society gave Rev. G. E. Sloan a small donation the last of the. week, Mrs. J. H. .Ford is very ill with inflammatory rheumatism. Rev. Gallup preached at the Baptist church Sunday morning and in the evening the Children's Day exercises were observed. The program was good and well rendered. The Presbyterians observed their Children's Day exercises Sunday evening. The program was line and well rendered, Al terria Grees relinl says a N. Y. Sun\ the trunk < just as Jacll the plucky also. Mr. down, but Jacl the tough bark and] until he had climbed , a fox Allows of jray sqiiir- pws' farm, mt of the pped np pie tree Eseit, and ip the tree i) call him nails into and. clung the crotch, 4th of July Reduced Rates. On July 2nd, 3rd and 4th, 1S92, the Lake Shore & Michigan Southern R'y —Lake- Shore Route—will sell special excursion tickets at reduced rates to all points on its lino located within 200 miles from selling station. Tickets will be good to return only on July 4 th and. oth. Complete particulars from ticket agents. 36 ."4^0. REPAIRING DONE ON SHORT NOTICE. All kinds of Forging* Repairing Horseshoeing, snd general Jobbing. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED and prices reasonable. Shop on Ann Arbor street, SALINE, near Main. MIOH Commencing Monday, May 23rd, the elegant steamer, "City of Marquette," will make regular trips between Frankfort and Kewaunee, Wis., in connection with trains of the Toledo, Ann Ai'bor & North Michigan Ry. Through Express leaving Toledo at 5:45 a. m. daily except Sunday, arrives Frankfort 5:55 p. m. connecting vrith steamer "City of Marquette. Leaving Frankfort 7:00 p. m., arriving Kewaunee 1:30 a. m. Holders of first-class tickets are furnished sleeping berths on steamer free of extra charge and will be permitted to retain berths until morning. First train leaves Kewaunee 8:55 a. m. for Green Bay, Winona, La Grosse, St. Paul, Minneapolis and all points in the west and north-west, 36 W. H. B.ENNBTT, G, P. A. - fifty-two feet from the ground. By that time the squirrel was chattering on one of the topmost limbs, and Jack couldn't get any further. He couldn't get down either, and he began to howl and whine for his master to help him. It was soon dark, and Mr. Fellows hustled around to find some way of reaching Jack and lowering him to the ground. He and his sons tried in vain to climb the tree, and then they went among their neighbors and got several volunteers. No one was able to climb it, and Jack continued to whine up there iu the dark. By 9 o'clock all the near-by farmers had heard of Jack's predicament and were under the tree -with lanterns. There wasn't a ladder .in the neighborhood long enough to reach halfway to Jack, and along toward midnight three ladders were taken to the spot, lashed together, and hoisted against the tree. Then Albert Fellows started to climb up with a surcingle and! a long rope. The bottom ladder broke ana gave him a pretty hard fall, and the attempt to rescue Jack was postponed till daylight. Mi-. Fellows and his sons worked until 2 o'cloek to make a new ladder, and then went to bed. Jack howled mournfully all night up in the big maple, and the members of Mr. Fellows' household got very little sleep. When daylight came Jack was still hedging to he saved, and the men fastened the new ladder to the other ones. Then Ausil Fellows climbed up, buckled the surcingle around Jack, and lowered him at the end of a rope. When he reached the ground he began to bark for joy, aud the saucy squirrel chattered "at him from the treetop. HER NEW BROTHER. Commissioners' Notice. STATE 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 I. Easterly, late of said county, deceased, hereby give notice that six months from date are allowed, by order of said Prohate Court, for Creditors to present their claim* against the estate of said deceased, and that they will meet at chelate residence of said deceased in the township of Saline, in said county.on the ninth day of August and on the ninth day of November next,af ten o'clock a. ra. of each of said days, to receive, examine and adjust said claims. Bated, Ann Arbor, May 9,1892. ■ BENJAMIN MONROE. , WILLIAM RHODES, Commissioners. Story for the Littlo Folks About a Child Who Discovered Heaven, This thing happened on Troost avenue, out in Kansas City, and it has the merit of being true. If you have never been to that rising young city at the mouth of the Kow you will have to be told that Troost avenue is the great, residence street of the place. Spacious mansions line its sides for miles. In one of these houses a little boy died not long ago. He was a happy youngster about 2 years old. With his 4-year-old sister he played ahout the nursery floor in the second story. Sometimes the nurse would hold him up to the window so he could look across the street or watch the cable-cars go by with the ringing of bells that so pleased his child fancy. But the nurse was careless one day. She left the window up, and the draught that ca'sae through the room was laden with the germs that the doctors are telling us so much about. The little boy was in bed with diphtheria the next morning. All of his toys were piled on the bed—the big, soft rubber doll that he liked so well was put close to him. He squeezed it to his side with one chubby little hand for a moment, but the arm relaxed and dropped the plaything. He took no more interest. He grew worse in a day. The doctors could not do much with an unreasoning little chap like that. And so he died. Every parent can imagine the gloom that hung over that Troost avenue mansion while a bit of white ribbon fluttered in the wind from a white rosette pinned to the plate on the front door. The little sister had been taken away when the disease first broke out, so that at least one of those household treasures might he preserved. But tho funeral was over very soon—so little aud unimportant was that wee dead body in the nursery—and the big house was gloomy in" its" stillness. The father and mother wanted the little girl hurried back, but she was kept away until all danger was passed. "Where is baby?'0 she asked when she was brought into the home. The mother tried to smile. "He has gone away for a long time," she said. "You must get along without him until he comes back from, heaven." That night the little girl cried for her brother, but the nurse—she was a new one, who would not be careless about draughts—told her that he had gone for a long visit. * The next day the Utile girl was allowed to go to the window of the nursery and put her no^e against the glass while she watched the cars go by. She stood there for a long time; then she cried out, suddenly: "There's brother! Look, nurse—it's baby!" The new nurse looked across the street, where a pretty, young mother s|ood au a window with a "baby in her arms. The motherwaved herhand at the little girl. Pretty soon the baby's wee eyes saw, and he waved too. "Tell mamma!" cried the little girl, and the nurse, who was a sympathetic creature, ran down-stairs for the mother. "Look!" cried the little girl, as she waved her hand at the "baby across the street. uThat is heavetn, mamma, for there is baby." But the mother^ eyes could not see across the street. Mortgage Sale. Notice is hereby given that default has been made in the payment of certain installments of interest secured by a mortgage bearing date the 20th day of December, A. D., 1SS9, made and executed by Fred Robison and Hattie Eobison. his wife, to Eliza M. Kerrand recorded in the office of theRegister of Deeds for the county of Washtenaw and state of Michigan in liber B7 of mortgages on page 291 on the 13th day of January, A. D., 1890, whieh said mortgage was duly assigned by the said Eliza M Kerr to Comstock F. Hill on the 19th day o£ May, A. D-. 1890, by deed of assignment duly recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds for the said county of Washtenaw on the loth day o£ April, A. D., 189-'. in Liber Eleven of assignments o£ mortgages on page 1C9. That more thau thirty days have elapsed since the aforesaid installments of interest upon the said morteage felldueand the same nowremain unpaid and in arrears by reason whereof the said mortgagee or her assigns by the terms of the said morteage bas the option to declare tha whole amount secured by the said mortgage due and payable. And the assignee o£ the said mortgage by virtue of said option hereby elects and declares the principal sum of Seven Hundred Dollars in said mortgage named with all arrearage of interest thereon i o be due and payable at the date o£ this notice. By reason of which default in the payment of said moners 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 said mortgage and no suit or proceeding at law has been instituted to recover the debt secured by the said mortgage or any part thereof. Notice is therefore hereby given that in pursuance of the power of sale containec' in said mortgage and the statute in such case made and provided the said mortgage will be foreclosed and tbat the premises described in and covered by said mortgage, to-wit: The south-east quarter of tin- north-east quarter of section thirty-two (32) township of Saline, county of Washtenaw and state of Michigan will be sold at public auction at the easterly front door of the Court House (that being the place of holding the Circut Court for the county of Washtenaw) in the city of Ann Arbor in the county of Washtenaw and state of Michigan on the 16th day of July, A. D., 1S92, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day. Dated, April 21, 1892. COMSTOCK F. HILL, Assignee of Mortgage. Frank E. Jones. Attorney for Assignee of Mortgage. Ladies, drop in our store and see the latest in Red Florence msB Red Theo. Red Cleopatra Every well dressed lady should have a pair of these ties for hot weather Carpets,, Rugs? Mattings, Men's Russici Calf Bloscfoers JOEIIEsT BUBG-, Ann Arbor THE STORE COOL FABRICS! For Summer -wear. Tills "Weeisz Ten pieces India Linen 8c Ten " ■' tk 10c Fifteen" " " 12 l-2c Twenty-two pieces India Linen 15c Fifteen pieces India Linen SOc Yoile Laine going witli a rush at 18c Onr 5c Challies, worth double that price, keeps people talking about The Store Men's well made Outing Shirts 23c Boys' handsome Flannel cloth Waists 25c Men's Blue Dennis Overalls, heavy weight, atill selling at 26c Still selling ladies' Vests, worth 12 l-2c to 15c, for 5c MACK & SCHMID ERE Reduced Rates to New York City On July 5, 6 and 7 the Lake Shore <!c Michigan Southern R'ywill sell tickets to New York Citjr and return at onr lowest First-class Fare. Send to A. J. Smith, G. P. & T. A., Cleveland, O.,for free copy of folder of information. Thi- Lake Shore is the only line to Nev York without a ferry transfer. 36 BEE KEEPERS. We have a full line"of supplies ready and invite all who are interested to call and examine them. We have Hoot's Dovetailed Hive:?, Sections, Comb Foundations, Smoker,*. Veils, Foundation fasteners, Enameled cloth, Perforated zinc, and numerous other articles. It will pay you to order early while we. have a good supply. Two Honey Kxtractors for sale at less than first cost. It will pay anyone having a half dozen swarms to have an extractor. Send for our circular with samplo of sections and fdn. Beeswax wanted. JH&AL Boyden, SALINE, MICH. One-quarter off One-half off on on Suits nits Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtained, aud all Pat- ent business conducted for Moderate fees. Our Office is opposite.U. S. P.»t;nt office and we can secure patent in less time than those remote from Washington. Send, model, drawing or photo., -with description. We advise, if patentaole or not, free of charge. Onr fee not due till patent is secured. A pamphlet, "How to Obtain Patents," with names of actual clients in your State, county, or town, sent free. Address, C.A.SNOW&CO. OpP, PATENT OFFICE, WASHINGTON, D. C. LES! One-quarter off on woolp an ts Large stock at your own price. I want to reduce stock and for a short time you can buy clothiug at less than the wholesale price Don't forget the Place. Parsons, The Clothier vj The Great Champion, W. J. Jackson, Agent. ANEWPAJHLESS CERT Alii GORE. GIVES SSSTAHT BELIEF AUD LASTING CURE. Ki'iER .RETURNS. T9 PROVE IT and to convince I you that it will promptly cure any case j bof riles, External, Internal, Bleeding I Protruding or Itching, we will send a I ATRIAL PACKAGE FREE to any address.I 3 Sendstanips to cover postage ic address I 1 THE PYRAMIDDRUGC0., I" Snx4S. ALBION, MCIT. | BEE MILLINERY . We have just received a fine new stock of Spring and Summer goods, and can please you both in style and quality. . - - Our goods are all new and tempting, Call and see them. Mrs H S Weaver, McKinnon Building.
|Title||1892-06-23; 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;|
|Copyright Permission||This material is in the public domain.|