1896-05-07; Saline Observer
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*V Ur^ ^m. k^ # 4 © fc * ^* lit A. I. WARREN. Publisher. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY, MAY, 7, 1806. VOL. XVI.-NO. 27. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. . T W. GAUNTLETT, D. O. Graduate ot the Clricago OPltlalmic College and Hospital if you address Our Neighbors. Will call and test your eyes meat MILAN, MIOH. T> F. SHEEDER, A. Ml., Nl. D Physician & Surgeon. From the TJ. o£ II. and Jefferson Hospital. College, Philadelphia. Late assistant to the Bliss Eye Hospital, Springfield, O. Special attention given to the eye. Eyes tested aud glasses fitted. Office and Residence— over store, Chicago St. SALINE - MIOH. •QR. G. E. HATHAWAY, Dentist Office over Nichols Bros, drug store. SALINE, - - MICH. p E. JONES. Attorney at Law. Business attendedlto -with Promptness ami Care. Office on McKay street, SALINE, - • MICH. p . WILLIAMS Attorney at Law, special attention paid to Pension Claims of all kinds. Newcomb Block, MICH. and orders were drawn for the MILAN, s. W. CHANDLER, M O. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON il.ce on Adrian Street, first door south of tho Wallace Block, SALINE, - MICH- p D. SLAGHT, Veterinary Surgeon. M.VCOtf, LENAWEE CO., MICH.' Conuection witn. Tecumseh by Telegraph and,by Mail. ALL CALLS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. YyATERWIAN' PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY. (Miss Gillett's old stand.) Willbein Saline every Wednesday and shall be ileasedtfl meet all in need Of work in my line. Hall'"and"see "samples.odour work. 7>I8H'S Barber Shop. lair Cutting, Shaving, Shampooing Work in the Barber lane. nd all SALINE, HOMER" FISH. MICH. A. J. WARREN, CONVEYANCER AND IVTota^y - Public- All legal papers drawn on snort notice and at prices within the reach ol all. General Fire Insurance a Specialty. dm MEM MARKET. G. A. LlNDENSCHKiaT Is still at tho old stand, where he is always pre pared to serve his customers with THE BEST IN THE MARKET in tho line of Fresh and Salt Keats of all Kinds, Poultry, Fish, Sausage, Etc., AT POPULAR °R CES. Complete steam outfit for manufacturing sau sage. Remember the old stand. C. A. LINDENSCHMIDT CAVEATS, TRADE MARKS, DESICN PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS, etc. *B*or information and free Handbook write to MU*SN & CO.. 861 Broadway, Nbw York. Oldest bureau for securing patcntSlnAmerica. Every patent takenoutbyusis brought before tbe public by a notice givenXreo of charge in tho largest circulation of any- scientific paper In the world. Splendidly illustrated. No intellisent man should be without it. Weekly, S3.0O a year; $150 six months. Address. MTJNN & CO., PDbusbebs, 361 Broadway, Kew Yorfc City, The Store of Ortteuburger & Co. of Manchester was closed by chattle mortgage last week. Parties at Manchester are driving posts in the frojr pond and the inhabitants of the vicinity have remarked that they are to hitch frogs too. The Hawkins House at Ypsilanti, changes hands, Lepper & Wilcox of Detroit are the new proprietors. Woe b3 to the house that has a "lepper" in it. Geo. Stevens came back from Chicago last Thursday with a $7,500 check which was paid him by the Pennsylvania railroad company for having put him off a train some four years ago. Stevens sued the company for §30,000 and a settlement was finally made for $7,500.—Register. It is quietly hinted among those who take something more than passing interest in county politics, that there is a great big republican machine being constructed at the county capitol, and that Sheriff .fudson is the head push. Judson is considerable of a political hustler and one of the few who understands that the most effective work is done at the caucus. If he has a machine stand from under when it moves. —Dexter Leader. "One of the most dreadful things is to treat as a fact that young people must first he sinners, then get converted by a revival and then finally get to heaven. The better way is not to have yoiing people sow wild oats. This is absolutely possible and tremendously desirous. You might point to a man who has been wicked and then became better and say 'What a good citizen he has become,' but it only confirms me in the opinion of what God would have done if he had been given an earlier chance."—Bev. Ryan, of Ypsilanti. A swindle which evidently is new. is being worked with great success in many towns. A woman book agent appears in town and goes from bouse to house, leaving books for examination. Next day a man sails to see if the books are wanted, and if they are not he takes them away with him. A few days later tin* woman agent appears again, and on being told that the man has taken away the book, weeps copiously, says the villian has been collecting her books all over town, pleads poverty and.so on, aud accepts the prof» fered compensation.—Ex. The failure of J. L. Hudson, the head of a large mercantile syndie:\t" of Detroit—he asks of his creditors an extension of time to meet his obligations, which is practically the same thing—is another instance where a man bas more irons in the fire than he can well take care of. Still Mi. Hudson's failure should not be a surprise to close watchers of the career of plunging merchants. Statistics tell us that 95 per cent of those entering mercantile business fail, and the percentage is comparatively greater with large concerns than with the small. Slow and sure is a safe rule.—Times. Ko peddler does anything to help the town. He gives nothing to churches, schools or public enterprise. He pays no taxes. He has nothing in common with our people. He can swindle you and often does—you can't help yourself He has no store down the street to which you can return goods that are not up to sample. The itinerant merchant has no reputation lo sustain. Re can cheat with impunity. The home merchant is and does opposite. Hebearshis share Of burdens of good government. When a subscription is passed he is the one approached. He builds a home which enhances the value of all other property. Re helped :pay for the church in which you worship and the school to .vhich you send your children He cannot afford to misrepresent his goods or swindle you. Self interest alone will prevent that.—"Ex. Council Proceedings. Regular meeting held May 4 1S06. President VanDuzer in the chair. Present trustees: Hauser, Jackson, Schairer, McKinnon Burkhart Absent: Harrapm Minutes of the previous meetings read and approved. On motion §100 was loaned to the Cemetery fund and $50 charged to the street funds. On motion the Clerk was "insti-uott d to confer with tho printer and report at the next meeting the cust of 1C0 blanks for Street Commissioners reports. The bonds of Lister & Shoodor and" C. F. Unterkircher druggists wore approved. Street Commissioner Wallace's report accepted and ordered placed on file. Total expenditure $2.48. Motion adopted that $800 be spread upon the tax roll. The council approved of the follow ing same. J. "W. Gates S. H. Maher E. Cullen M. D. Wallace TV. Brainard Stone for crosswalks Gasoline and nails Team work Street work Marshal and care of tramps F. E. Jones Village Attorney Dr. S. H. Chandler Health Officer Work on the cemetery J. Lutz Thos. I'eaty "Vf, J. Jackson K. Cullen J. Marion M. D. Wallace H. Gaumar M. Reynolds F. L. Hotchkin J. Mattis L. M. Thorn A. J. Warren Work Teamwork Team Work Team Work Sbuoats SptsSecd Meeting adjourned. S. B. VanDuzer, C. N How, President, Clerk. $2.50 5.48 1.00 1.25 3.G0 15.00 5.00 S10.03 2.50 8 75 2.50 4.37 5.62 15.00 fc 2.50 10.00 5.63 1.00 1.75 Milan Murmunngs. Mrs. H. Hack i=i improving her place by a new drive well. Prof. Carrick visited Adrian Saturday. The second bridge on the Ann Arbor road wasput in Sunday. Mrs. Wm. Dunning is putting an addition on the north side of her house. Rev. 7. G. Halaplain, of Armenia, spoke at tbe M. E. church Sunday morning and evening. Dr. G. W. Richardson, of Dundee, is doing the town in the way of advertising headache medicine. Arbor day was quite extensively observed here. The O. E. S. musical Friday evening was a very pleasant affair. Mr. R. Brown who has been Seriously ill is improving. Maple Park Grove cemetery is being laid out in fine shape. Mrs. H. A. Vincent who has been ill is now convalescent. Misses Alma Sill and Eva Smith have returned from their Ypsilanti visit. IMIHHlllMlll(ill)l||H>MIHHM'tll1HII>, ^ ■ spot's ' Sg'gg .«■*! . " S-? C*3 ^i-S ' o rr'^S'E'?? w " Sa-J-rg^g ; OS ° gg.53 fast's ragS I s-a-^&H i ra a*«j 5*0 oj«S WHSS.2.S.S5 Salesmen "Wanted. Malaria Bitters. Decatur, 111. Aug. 26 1S93. We consider that we have not only saved our lives but also our house and home by the use of Aunt Rachel's Peruvian Malarial Bitters. We have been sick with malarial fever the past two years and not able to work sufficient to pay the interest aud taxes on our home and keep our family. We have used Auut Rachel's Peruvian Malarial Bitters two months and are rejoiced to say that our health has been restored and we are free from malarial fever and chills. W. J. Campbell and < Mary Campbjll, wife. Backlen's Arnica Save. The Best Salve in the world for Guts Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever. Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruption, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Lister & Sheeder the Druggists. Pushing, trustworthy men to represent us in the sale of Our Clioico Nursery stock. Specialties controlled by us. Highest Salary or Commission paid weekly. Steady employment the year round. Outfit free; exclusive territory; experience not necessary; big pay assured workers; special inducements to beginners. Write at once for particulars to ALLEN NURSERY CO. Rochester, N. Y. Baby, baby, baby, as quick as a wink, before they think, is the way we take them at Waterman's Photo gallery. Marvelous Results. Prom a letter written by Rev. J Gunderman, of Diinondale, Mich.,we are permitted to make this extract: "I have no hesitation in recommending Dr. King's New Discovery, as the results were most marvelous in the case of iny wife. While I was pastor of the Baptist church at Rives Junction she was brought down with the Pneumonia succeeding La Grippe. Terrible paroxysms of coughing would last hours with little interruption and it seemed as if she could not survive them. A friend recommended Dr. King's New Discovery; it was quick in its work and highly satisfactory in its results." Trial bottles free at Lister & Sheeder Drug Store. Regular size 50cand Sl.OO. 1 Commissioner's Notice. State of Michigan, county of Washtenaw s. s. Notice is hereby given, that an order of the Probate Court for the county of Washtenaw, made on the seventh day of April A. JJ. one thousand eight hundred and ninety six, six months from that date were allowed for creditors to present their claims against the estate of Gaston Gilman late of said county deceased, and that all creditors of said deceased are required to present their claims to said Probate Court at the Probate Office in the city of Ann Arbor, for examination and allowance, on or before the seventh day of October next and that such claims will beheard before said Court on the seventh day of July and on the seventh dav ofOctober next at ten o'clock in the forenoon of each of said days. Dated Ann Arbor April seventh, A. D. one thousand eighteen hundred and ninety six. J. Willard Babbitt, Judge of Probate. THE NEW Standard * Dictionary. Of the English Language. THE MOST COMPLETE.—It defines about 300,000 words aud phrases— nearly one-third more than aro do- fined in the large and expensive Century dictionary, and more thau twice as many as are defined iu the latest revisions of Webster's and Worcester's "unabridged"' dictionaries, THE MOST AUTHORITATIVE.—Its production required the co-operation of 247» editors and specialists for nearly five years, at an average expense of §4,000 a week; in all, about Sl.000,000—its average cost per page being three times as great as that of any other dictionary. BTJILT OS* ORIGINAL PL.ANS,--It more than doubles the uses of a dictionary by introducing entirely new features, suggested bv leading scholars of the world. These, together with its superior treittnent of subjects, carry the work bey> d the point of competition with any simi- liir piih'iavtioiK. (*>.!>* ••Distinguish^ ing Features.'' jmsri"! 4 I" 7.) Don't buy tt dictionary till. y»u Irive examined tho Standard. Can be paid fur at 50o pet* week. Fo pi-itf h sin-l terms write. SOLD OSLY BY SUBSCRU'TION. J.T. Midgley Agt. 18 Travel- St. A nn Aror, Mich Commissioners Notice State of Michigan, county of Washteuaw 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 FidillaB. Watson, late of said county deceased, hereby givenotice that six months from date are allowed, by order of said Probate Court for creditors to present their cliims against the estate of said deceased, and that they will meet at the law office of Frank E. Jones in the village of Saline, in said county, on the twentyflf th day of May and ou the twenty-fourth' day of August next, at ten o'clock a. in. of each of said days to receive, examine and adjust said claims. Dated February twenty-four, one thousand eightlhuudred and ninety six. ChAULES BCKKHAIIT George E, Schameh. Commissioners. E. F. MILLS # GO. 20 Main St. Ann Arbor, Mich. There has been lively business in our Carpet Department the past ten days. It is housecleaning time now and your mind is on these matters. We make a strong bid Ior your business in these important items and are prepared to give yon what you want at the price you want to pay. All wool Ingrains at - 39c High grade extra super Ingrains 48c Finest extra supers made at - 59c Best quality Body Brussels - S1.08 Finest Tapestry Brussels - 75c Japanese Matting - 12£c Better Mattings at 15,25, 30. and 35e Felt window shades(ready for use) 15c Handsomu Nottingham Curtains SI a pr Superb Ch3nillePortiers §2.98 In addition to the inducement of the above price a -BISSELL CARPET SWEEPER." best in the world goes with every purchase in the Carpet Department amountine; to §20 or over. Once a Customer, always a customer. MEN'S SUIT SALE. We want more money We are not Satisfied So me people never are unless tbey are -'always rushed." That's our fix. Rushing Prices:-- —«"«*■ Is the kind wo making on 200 Men's Suits. Light colors, medium and dark shades "including black and gray worsteds" made for this seas m'str.ide, w.ill lirial, haul mile buttonholes, and sewed with silk, perfect in every respect. Now is the time you buy your'* Spriug Suits We know it and want your cash. And we want it -bad when we sell such clothing at tho above price. Special 200 pair Mens Cotlonade Pants Regular dollar goods 75c MORTGAGE SALE. Whereas default has been made in the conditions of a certain mortgage bearing date the fifth day of November A.-U. one thousand eight hundred and eiguiy-iiine, mauu and executed by Adatu Kiedel sr. and "Margaret Kiedel, his wife of the township oi Bridgewater aud state of .Michigan to John Buig Sr. of the township of "iork couuty ami slate afore said aud duly recorded in the. office of Kegister of Deeds for said county of Wasutenaw in .Liber sixty-seven on page two huudred and eighty-nine, on the twelfth day of Kovember one thousand eight hun dred and eight-nine; and by which default the power of sale contained iu said mortgage has become operative aud no proceedings having been had at law to recover the amount dueup- on the said mortgage, or auy part thereof there being claimed to be due at tlie date if this notice the sum of two thousand two huudred and forty-two dollars .and niuety six cents for principal, aud interest upon said mortgage as well as the sum of thirty dollars attorney fee as provided for by law and stipulated in said mortgage besides th« costs and charges of foreclosing. Therefore notice is hereby given that the said mortgage will be foreclosed pursuant to the statue in such case made and provided by a sale at publieauction atthesouth door of ihecours house in the city of Ann Arbor, said county of Washtenaw in said state of Michiguu(that being the place cf holding the Circuit court for said county of Washtenaw) on the twenty-sixthday of Juue one thousand eight; hundred ninety^six at ten o'clock in the torenobh of said day of so much and such parts of the property nieutipned and described iu said mortgage as shall be sufficient to cover the amo'uutso dueupou said mortgage as aforesaid together with interest, attorney fees and other costs and charges of said fore- closure and sale, which premises are described in said mortgage as follows; All that certain piece of parcel of land siiuatedyi the township ofBndge water county of "Washtenaw state ofMichigan and described as follows, to-wit; The east half of the northwest quarter of section ten in said township ofBridgewater Bated, April first, oue thousand eight hundred uiuety-six. TrasH E. Josjes, Jobs Burg, Atty. for Jlortgagoe. Mortgagee. And eompiro its lines with the high est priced wheel yon c-iti find. Look at every part. Put it at any sort of a lest yon please. Yon will find its beauty, strength and reliability equal lo any other wheel on earth ^'^^'%%'%'%'Vft^^^**^*'**'^*'**' 5 Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtained, and aU Pat- j > ent business conducted for moderate Fees. « 5 OUR OFFICE IS OPPOSITE U. S. PATENT OFFICE J J and we can secure patent >n less time than those < 5 remote from Washington. .J \ Send model, drawing or photo., with descnp-j Stion. We advise, if patentable or not, free of I i charge. Our fee not due till patent is secured. J \ A Pamphlet. "Howto Obtain Patents," withj 5 cost of same in the U. S. and foreign countries J | sent free Address, J C.A.SNOW&CQ. Opp. Pateht Office, Washington, D; C. ^l^%■%»'•rf%^%***%%'%|^«*****v%'VV***'%'%'^, Crescent ts sell for S75. S50, S10 We claim that no bicycle can bo made better thau Crescents, henoo if they list higher, value is ifitgiven for the additional pr'ce-. We aro agents for tin: Waverly, Crescents, Pattee and National. E. W. FORD & SON, Agents. a OP van ER? ARL YUU n Send Postal Card for illustrated Catalogue of Winchester my. .44- M WINCHESTER Repeating Repeating, SjiQ^: Guns MODEL 1S73 Ammunition -ro- *2f lass-offbrii® ii Ss3 ll&r&M ft Mm,1® iraMs.s^u'© 9s*!«».».? isw HAfis, conk:' " ^M "1 -■j 11 4 I "! ***S ii -'^r--.^-1''-*' j.
|Title||1896-05-07; 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.|