1897-01-21; Saline Observer
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A. J. WARREN. Publisher. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY, JANUARY 21,1897. VOL. XVII.---NO. 12. ■ft BUSINESS DIRECTORY. J*"*^ C.TRAVER, NI. D., PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Office and residence, on McKay Street, first door east of"?. E. Jones. SALINE,. - MICH. rt F. UNTERLKIBCHER, M. D. Physician & Surgeon. Office at Unterkircher's Pharmacy Chicago St. " SALINE ■ - MIOH. Teachers Meeting r\R. G. E. HATHAWAY. Dentist Office over Citizen's Bank. SALINE, MICH. 1? E.JONES. Attorney at Law. Business attended to with Promptness and Care, Office ou McKay street, SALINE. - - MIOH. 1 '-'. WILLIAMS Attorney' at Law, -cpecial>ttention paid to Pension Claims o£ all kinds. Newcomb Block, MILAN, • MIOH. Q C^SLABHT, Vi&terinary Surgeon. ^'M&JOrf, LENAWEE CO., MICH. Connection witn Tecumseh by Telegraph ... _ and hy Mail. • iU, X3ALS8 EBOMETLV ATTENDED TO. - ^ATERWIAN' PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY. (Miss Gilleit's old stand.) Will be in Saline every "Wednesday and shall be Measedto meet all in need o£ work in my line. C!all and see samples o£ our work. IRISH'S BarberShop. kair Cutting, Shaving, Shampooing Work in the Barber Line. nd all SALINE, i HOMER FISH. MIOH. A. J. WARREN, CONVEYANCER AND Notary - Public. AU legal papers drawn on short notice and at prices within the reach of all. The next meeting of the Teachers' Association of Washtenaw county will be held at Saline, Saturday. February 6tb, when the following program will be carried out. Forenoon Session,-_10 o'clock. Music. - - Association Paper, "Qualifications of the Teacher," Prof. R. O. Austiu. Paper, "Composition in the District School," -".," Miss May Wheeler. Paper, ''Language Work in tho Lmvar Grades of the District School," Mr. D. A. Townsend. Music. - High Schtol Quartet. Afternoon Session at 1:30 o,clock. Music. - Grammar School Quartet, Paper, "How 1 manage a large School," Miss Linnie Fosdick Paper,"How I man'Bge asmall School," Miss Mollie A. Brings Paper, "Teaching History in the District School," : Mr. W. H. Schlicht. Paper,"English and Composition"1 Miss Idalene Webb. Paper,"How I Teach Percentage," Prof. C. M. Fuller, Music. - High School Quartet. All teachers are erneastly requested to he present at this meeting, which promises to be a profitable and interesting one. ' W. W, Wedemeyer. Bridgewater. The dance last Friday eve. was enjoyable and a lively one. Mr. Blepp is repairing the brick store. Geo. F. "Boettner was at Ann Arbor Friday and Saturday on business. Mann & Schoen received a car of corn, Tuesday. Mrs. Pror.Irion took the train for Chicago, Saturday. Her son Rev. P. Irion accompanied her as far as Hillsdale. Henry Paul from Chicago is home on a "vacation. A party consisting of relatives and neighbors were successful iu a surprise on Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Rheinfrank, Monday eve. It being their 23 wedding anniversary. Some valuable articles were presented, and a good time enjoyed. Lodi News. 5eneral Fire Insurance a Specialty. HUMPHREYS' *-*■-.:; >.No. 'No. Na, No. No, No, No. No, No. ■»No. Na. No. No, No. No. 1 Cures Fever. 2 "■ "Worms. 3 "' Infants' "Qigeiages. 4 "' piarrliea. 7 «' Coughs,, 8 Cures Netira'gia, 9 '* Heajiaejie, 1Q f< Dyspepsia, 11 " Delayeti Feriotds. 12 '■ JLeuehorrea. 13 Cures Crcmp. 14 «• >• Skin diseases. 15 ." Rhextmatism. 16 " Malaria. 19 " Catarrh. No. 20 Cures "Whooping Cough No. 21 " Asthixta. No. 24 " General Debility. No. 26 " Sea-Sickness. No. 27 " Kidney Diseases. No. 28 Cures Nervous Debility. No. 30 " "Urinary Diseases No. 32 " Heart Disease. -No. 34 " Sore Throat. No. 77 " Colds and Grip. £" Db. HnitPHiiEYs' Homeopathio Makt/ai, "•'os Diseases Mailed Free. Small bottles of pleasant pellets, fit tho vest • pocket. Sold by druggists, or sent prepaid npon , "»eceipt of price, 25 cents, except Nos. 38. and 33 . 'are made S1.00 size only. Humphreys' alecu- •cine Company, 111 "William St., New Tork. Frank Daniels has rented the Abe Wallace farm. What's the meaning of it Frank? Miss Anna Gentner spent last Wednesday with Mrs. Frank Tower. Mr. aud Mrs. Sereno Bassett have been visiting their son Fred at the farm. Chas. Herbert and sister returned Tuesday from their visit. They had numerous adventures that Chas. will never forget. Frank TQweys windmill was blown ■p the ground Sunday night. Ibis reported ""hat Mr. Roehn is very low and his yecfivery dQub.lfu.1, Dr. Qeorgeof An,n A cho.v aud Or'. Unler- Ifircher of ""Saline a;e treating him. HUMPHREYS' WITCH HAZEL OIL "THE PILE OINTMENT." ForPHes-Externalorlnternal, BltadorBteedlngs ElBtia^taAHo;ltcWngoEBIcedms.of tneBectum. The relief Is immediate-trie cure certain, ■PBIOE, CO OTS. TRIAI. SIZE. 25 OTS.. Soli iT DrjutUtt, or «nt po»t-p»14 on receipt ot price. H**BrBB«8'«ID.CO.,lll*ll»Vill,I»^t..K*t*TI01tS a-"*:eA"i** sr .i^KdV"i«i*»hnrt, tench nny falrlx .nilsyipl'ni i>rft'on of eiilie^ Ikpx, wlio can* read^alW^vrite.aml who. I after Instruction, will work Itidustrlously, ^rhrnvtb enni Three Thtmsani*: Hollars . T«Tttttaeirownloca*ities,wli»'ri-\:ertlieyIlvelt.wilIal9bfiiriilsh thf situation Oremi>lpjrment,ntwlm0i you cniiriuiiIliatMnoUnl NorJoupT§jrmoonless successftt.1 119 aboil1. Easilyauil qulcKlj lei.-neilX desire liutoiie worker from each district orcuunty. 1 Our Neighbors EATEN ALIVE. « A Superstitious Jfancy, A young htisiness man vrent home the other evening with a very flue feathe** dnstgr for his wife, who ia a practical housekeeper, albeit she is also »■ graduate of ViisSftr and well np ill all the Isms and plogies of the day. It imist be remembered that the conversation which ensued was not held in the dark ages, bnt in the present enlightenment of the nineteenth century, . "Here's something you'll appreciate, Maud," he said as he began to undo the numerous wrappings. "There was only one, and it came over in two ships." "What in tbe world is it, you dear, old thing?" orietl-Maud, dancing around him. "Guess, sweetheart." "Oh, I know! It's a new umbrella for my birthday." "Nothing of the sort. Shut your eyes. Now open them. There!" An- immense duster of magnificent peacock feathers, released from its sheath of wrappings, was flourished before the young woman's eyes. She gave one look at it, then burst out crying. "Oh, you cruel hoy! When you know how u-u-nnlucky it is to have peacock feathers in the house, and what dreadful trouble it makes to g-g-ive any one feathers!" sobbed Maud. "Then you don't want this leather duster?" "Not for the world!" "Maud!',* " ; "Claude!" "I have a great mind to throw this out of-the window." • "I wish.you would, dear. We'll never have any luck witli it in" the honse." And the man Who, going home late Savealnatly taught and provided witU employmenVa Jnrie that night, picked it UP ll8S beeil COH- Mituber.whc'are making over $3000 a ;eareacb.3tVA}**iV *■"**" ~ e_ ■ f ^ c- and KUr.II>. Full particulars FKEE. Address at mira. SratulatlUg himself ever 811106 OU hlS ■«- «*.^-uest. S„. aso. A..K,..tu.-«»i,.... fjg fiudS_Detroit.Free Press. State Game Warden Oobofn told a rt- prrter tbat as a result of stringent gam*> laws the annual slaughter of deer in Michigan has been rriTucect from 10,000 to 3,000and th-. deer aro actually increasing in number.—Fowlerville Observer. . "It never rains but it, pours''and now Yp=ilan tl is out for another public office, it being that of Prank Johnson who has been appoiuted to apo?ilion in the cloak room of the Capitol at Lansiig. This city now has no less than tun elective and appointive nllices in the county and state. Young people, don't say ''Thanks,"' if you want to be polite. Ifyou want to be curt, "Thanks!" fills the bill; but curt- ness is iu<t tbe si'iue as courtesy, f>y a long way. Say ''Thank you," if you mean that, and if you don't mt-an It, *t is usually unnecessary to explain the fact. When you decline a dish at the table with "No thanks,"' the person might appropriately say, "Nolody wants thorn.'1 Ex This is the way thej* admonish an erring saloon keeper at the county seat of Hensy county, 111., as related by the local paper: "Jacob Fleeharly was fined S20 on each of twenty different counts in the count5* court last Monday by Judge Mock, and given a jail sentence of sixty daj'S for selling liquor without alicense. The whole fine aggregated S1Q0." Fleeharty is undoubtedly cured. So are all the others there who may have felt incline 1 to trifle with the law.—Ex. The advertiser does not realize all the benefit of an adyertisement at once. As an example in point, a certaiu Ann Arbor man placed a number of small advertisements in weekly paper? in various parts of Michigan in 1SS6. Within the past few months he has real] zed $10.00 profit; from one of these cards placed in an upper Peninsular paper ten years ago. This is in addition to what benefit he received at the time and soon after the advertisement was inserted.—A. A. Register. Last Saturday's Detroit Evening News contained a report tram Ypsilanti intimating that there was a row impending "between Principal Boone and a number of his subordinates at the State Normal School.—A.nn 'Arbor Register. The loss stock you take in some reports in the Detroit Evening News the more reliable your information is likely to he.—Commercial If the Commercial hasn't seen anything to warrent the item in the News, it has a bad case of "None so blind."— Sentinel. Mr. Dansenberg appeared before the Board of Supervisors last week with a claim for the credit o[ the S100 which the law required him to put up in order to secure a recount of the vote for County Clerk, on the ground that the recount discovered errors, and he was therefore entitled to a return of the money. The Board, however, held to the view that only by discovery of errors that reversed the result would he be to ontillod, and that the money belongs io the county. Mr. Da.nsenb.urg as County Clerk had paid himself and says the county will have to recover by suit.— Commercial. ■t\ telegram was received here Wednesday by A. C. Huntington from Chicago signed Wm. BurrM*-, asking that five dollars be sent at, once. Suspicion was aroused and fearing that all was not serene Mrs. Burrille was seen and asked to telegraph to South Bend and find out if her husband was there, which she did and soon received an answer from him saying he was there and asking what was the matter. It seems that Robert Eddy who left here a short lime ago with his wife for South Bend has deserted her, and it is surmised that he is the one who sent the telegram- from Chicago. It was a clever scheme to get the cash but did not work.—Clinton Local.. No Gripe When you take Hood's Pills. The Wg, old-fashioned, sugar-coated pills, wliich tear you all to pieces, are not in it with Hood's. Easy to take Hoods and easy to operate, is true ^^^ of Hood's Pills, which are ^^% ■ I I -_ up to date in every respect. W^ III ^fc Sate, certain and sure. All ■ ■ ■ ■ "laiir druggists. 25o. C. I. Hood & Co., "Lowell, Mass. The only Fills to take with Hood's Sarsapariila. A Fisli That Watches Its Oira Demolition Is a Japanese Delicacy, The most dainty dish to the Japanese epicure is none other than a living fish. This horrible delicacy is served as follows : Besting on a large dish is a mat formed of rounds of glass held together by plaited threads, on which is a living fish with gills and mouth moving regularly. At its hack rises a bank of white shreds resembling damp isinglass, but in reality a colorless seaweed, while the fish, itself rests on damp green algas. In front is a pile of small slices of sawfish garnished with a radiating tuft of variegated bamboo leaves. A portion- of the raw fish from the pile in front of the living victim is now placed on a saucer and passed to one guest, and so on with the rest till the pile is consumed. Then the carver raises the skin (which has been already loosened) of the living fish, aud proceeds to take slice after slice from the, upper part. The creature has been carved while still alive, the pile of flesh first served consisting of the lower half of the body. This has been done with such consummate skill that no vital part has been touched. The heart, the liver, the gills and the stomach are left intact, while the damp seaweed on which the flesh rests suffices to keep the lungs in action. The miserable victim looks on with lustrons eyes while its own body is consumed, probably the only instance of a living creaturo assisting as a spectator at its own entombment.—Cincinnati Enquirer. Tlie Brave Man. "Do I understand you to say," queried the-barrister, looking hard at the principal witness, ' 'that upon hearing a noise in the hall you rose quickly, lit a caudle and went to the head of the stairs—that a burglar was at tho foot of the stairs, and you did. not see him? Are you blind?" "Must I tell the truth?" stammered the witness, blushing to the roots of hig hair. "The whole truth," was the stern reply. "Then," replied the witness, brushing- aside his damp, clinging locks aud wiping the perspiration from his clammy brow, "my wife was in front of me."—Pearson's Weekly. Free Pills. Send your address to H. E. Bucklen & Co Chicago, and get a free sample box of Dr. Kings New Life Pihs. A trial will convince you of their merits. These pills are eas}*in action and are particularly effective hi the cure of Sick Headache and Constipation. For Malaria and Liver troubles they have been proved invalnable. They are guaranteed to he perfectly free from every deterious substance aud to be purely vegetable. They do not weaken by their action hut by giving tone to the stomach and oow- els greatly invigorate the System. Eegular size 25a per box. Sold by Lister & Sheeder Druggists. 4 Real Estate For Sale. State of Michigan, county of Washtenaw ss. ... In the matter of the estate of George Nissly deceased. Notice is hereby given that in pursuance ot an order granted to the undersigned executor of the estate o£ said George Nissly hy the Hon. Judge of Probate for tlie county of Washtenaw, on ihe tenth day of November, A. 1). 1S9C, there will be sold at public vendue, to the highest bidder, at the dwelling house on the premises to he sold, in the village of Saline in the county of Washtenaw in said state, on Monday the fifteenth day of February A. D, 1897 at two o'clock in the afternoon of that day (subject to all encumbrances by mortgage or otherwise existing at the time of the death of said decea ed) the following described real estate, to-wit; The following described parcel situated in the village otSaline in said county' and state: Lot eleven and east half of lot ten, section two (2), Xorth side of Henry street according to the recorded plat of said village of Saline- Dated December 33,18D8 Danikl Nissly, Executor. Annual Account. O tate of Miehigan. county of Washtenaw s. s. O At a session of the Probate Court for the county of Washtenaw, holden at the Probate Office in the city of Ann Arbor on Thursday the thirty -first day of Dec, in the year one thousand eight hundred and uitietv six. Present J. Willard Babbitt Judgeof Probate. In the inatterof the estate of Henry R Watson deceased, Gideon L. Hoyt. the trustee of said estate comes into Court and represents lhat lie is now prepared to'render his annual account as suchtrustt-e Thereupon it is ordered that Monday the first day of February next at ten o'clock in the forenoon be assigned for examining and allowing such account. and that; the and heirs at law of said deceased and all other persons interested in said estate are required to appear at a session, ofsaid Courc then to be holden at tlie Probate Office in the city of Ann Arbor, in saidcounty and show cause if any there be why the siid account should not be allowed. And it is further ordereu that snid trustee give notice to ihe peisons interest ed in the said estate, of the pendency of said account and tiie hearing thereof, by causine a copy of this order to be published in thn Snline Observer a newspaper printed and circtil *.ting in said county three successive weeks previous to said day of hearing. [ATiunCopv] J. Wilmko Babbitt. Wm. G. Doty- Judge of Probate Probate Register, Snng little rcrtun«*liaTeti«nni&fle* work for us, bv Anna Page. Austin. kTtjxas, and .Tuo. llonn. Toledo, Ohio. IS.ee err- Others are dolnpas well. AVhy ■notyou? Soiueriiru.u«:r<300.00 b ■month. You mil do the work and live "at home, wherever you are. Even fce- 'ginners are easily eanunjr from $5 to *1" a day. All apes. We show you how and start you. Can work in snare tinja or all the time, llijr money forwork* ers. Failure unknown among them. NEW and wonderful. Particulars free. K.Hallett .t Co»E"it. SSO PortlunU.Sluine J Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtained, andaltPat-j > ent business conducted for moderate Fees. *j J Our Office is Opposite U. S. FJatent Office J i and we can secure patent >n less time than those J Sremotefrom Washington. . i t Send model, drawing or photo., with desenp.i "Hon. We advise, if patentable or not,free of 5 [charge. Our fee not due till patent is secured. 1 5 A Pamphlet, "How to Obtain Patents," with J (cost oi same in the U. S. and foreign countries j [sentfree. Address, , C.A.SNOW&CO. Opp* Patent Office, Washington, D, C. L-*M"-b%-*%-fc%%%%«'%--k%'»-«%-*fe-»-%'*^%-vfc%Ai^-«i Wraps It will be many years before there- will be another such Combination of backward weather, hard times and au overstock of Cloaks It Is your opportunity to buy a Wrap at the bare ■£■5 Cost of the Materia] » With cuttinjr, makiiicr; and manufacturers' and our profits literally THROWN TO THE WINDS. This is our price list and il means the rapid disposing of every irarmetit in onr stock. AU $25 and $20 Garments at _ $10.00 All <j>i8, $17 and*$i5 Garments at 8.00 All ■Jjji^ $12 and $10 Garments at 5.98 All $8 50, $8 and $7.50 Garments at 4.49 A11 $6, $5.98 and $4.98 Garments at 2.98 „ All $3.g8 Garments at i.g8 All Misses' Reefers and Infants Cloaks at prices to speedily close every ona E. F. Mills & Co's 20 Main St. Ann Arbor At the-* UNTERKiRCHER You can find everything In S-C-H-0-O-L 8-0-0-K-S T.^.IBX.'ETS, a-o-a. <<i School Supplies|><> Always at the Front Is where yon will always find us witb :i Fresh, Clean and Complete slock of all kinds of Me-tts, and we are liere to Serve and please You.^^sm^ We take special pains to buy GOOD slock and aim t« keop constantly on hand, the best cuts of Beef, Vea!, Pork tiinl Mutton, also Bolognas, and Frankfords, and Fish and Sausage iu ihoir season. We have also added a Fulx, line of Oei:n_:o_ecL GhoocLs Vegetables, Fruits, and Meats that we will sell you right. Call and see us when iu want of any of the above. G. A. Lindensehffiitt. KsYSLES pigfiE^ofpghlji'aye^ ubscrihe for the OR «\ WE bufe ha-re sold direct to tlio consumer for 23 years, at wholesale price-slaving them tho dealers*1 pro fits. Ship anywhete forexaininationbe- foro salt*. Everything Avarranted-v MJ styles of Car- rl-ts'es.'W styles of Hnr- i-H'.s*-?, 41 styles Riding . Saddles. T,ipBuggiesas ]otr«R$35, plmftonsasIoTT Ko. 36H-^Snr«y Harness, PHm f 11.50. as j$55. SprirnEr "Wairmis §31 to Ntt.Tai-Prit-e. win, lamri.*nnsh!u*-\»nmn A* p-to-i as i-ili-i ior $31, ®=>,t. Send forlarpe Catalogue. atui il-uder-*-, t&LUi, A* z&hl a* <v)y* Tor $*» ELKHA!-^ CARRIAGE & HARKIISS KIFO. CO., Sw.B. Prate, SecV, ELKHART. IND. "4. ,'
|Title||1897-01-21; 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.|