1897-04-29; Saline Observer
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"* ' -A*. IT* ^.vjC■--."*■ "■"-^ *-*..;• ''.'m 7 I*'* F\ The SERVER. A. |. WARREN. Publisher. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1897, VOL. XVII.-NO. 26. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. p c. traver, m. d:, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Oflieo and residunee, on McKay Street, first door east of F. E. Jones. SALINE, - MICH. p F. UNTERKIRCHER, M. D. Physician & Surgeon, OfBco at TJnterkirclier's Pliarmacy Clriea- •.o St. , SALINE - 11ICH. I"*)R. G. E. HATHAWAY, Dentist • Ofilce over Citizen's Bank. SALINE, - - MICH. ]** E.JONES. Attorney art Law. Business attended to with Promptness i>nd Care. Office on McKay street;, SALINE, - - MICH. n o* . WILLIAMS Attorney at Law, rpecial attention paid to Pension. Claims ot all , kinds. Newcomb Block, ' MILAN, - MICH. p C. SLAGHT, . Veterinary Surgeon. MACON, LEtJAWEE CO., MIC a. * * Connection witn Tecumseh by Telegraph and hy Mail. ALL CALLS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. ^TATERNIAN' PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY. .(Miss Gillett's old stand.) VVillbein Saline every "Wednesday and shall he jleasedto meet all in need of work in my line. "Sill and see samples oEour work. F ISH'S BarberShop. 'air Cutting, Shaving, ShampooinR-' nd all Work in the Barher t.ine: ■"-wiu; fllOMEE FISH. SAIJNB, - - MICH- A. J*. WARREN, -CONVEYANCER AND £ffota.ry ■ Piibli©- AU legal papers drawn ou short notice and at prices within the reach of all. eneral Fire Insurance a Specialty. People Believe -what they road iibout Hood's Sarsapariila. Tlicy know il is iin honest lncdicine, und that it .■ares. Got Hood's and only Hood's. Hood's Pills cure all liver ills, relieve constipation assist digestion. 25c. THE MILD POWER CURES. HUMPHREYS' ^ That tbe diseases o£ domestic anU k^ mals, IIoitsES, Cattle, Sheet. Dogs, f IIogs, anil Poultry, aro cured by Humphreys* Veterinary Specifics, Is as true as tbat people ride on railroads, send messages by telc-grapb, cr sew with sewing-- machines. It is as Irrational to bottle, ball and bleed animals in order to cure than, as it Is to tate passage in a sloop from Xcw Toilito Albany. Used in tbe best stables and recommended by tho IT. S. Army Cavalry Officers, C^"500 PAGE BOOK on treatment and careof Domestic Animals, aud stable chart mounted on rollers, sent free. VETE icii :Y- cures r Fevers, Congestions, inflammation* A.A. 1 Spinal Meningitis, Itlilk Fever. B. B.—Strains, IiH.nieue.NS, Kliciumitism C C,—Bi stem per, Nn.s:i I BisL*Iia.rffL'a, J>. T).—Bots or Grubs, Worms. E. E»—Conglis, Ileavce, Pneumonia. F. J?.—Colic or Gripes. Bellyache. G. G.—Miscarrincc, Ilemorrlingcs. H.H.—Urinary anil K.idney Disease-*. I. I. —Eruptive BiseaHcs, Mange* J. K..—Discuses cf Biccstiou. Stable Case, with Specifics, jlanual. Vet Cure Oil and Mcuicator, $7.00 Price, Single Bottle Cover GO doses), - .60 SPECIFICS, ' Sold by Druggists; or SentPrcpaidanywhcro and in any quantity on Hsceipt of Price. HUMPHREYS' MEDICINE CO., Corner William and. John Sts., New Tork. HTJMPHBEYS' HOMEOPATHIC SPECIFIC No. In use SO years. The only successful remedy for Nervous .Debility, Vifai Weakness, • and Prostration, .from over-work or other causes; $1 per vial, or 5 vials and large vial powder, for $5^ Sold by Drussfot*-** or sent po-lpuM on receipt- or price. . . HUMPHREYS' MEDICINE CO., "Corner W'Uiam and John Sts., Mew York. Convention Prckrani. The following program will Ibe carried out at the annual meet Bpmlg afthe- tist Association, to be helld *,vith the society here May 5 and ■Wednesday May 5 10:30 Call to order—£ ppointing* nom- mating committee—Annual S'Vrmnn , by Eev. R. A. MeConnell—Electpn ot officers—Saline church letter P. M. 1:30 'Prayer and conference led by "^"tov. R. M. Bouck. 1:45 Reception of ncwPastors—RopWt of Treasurer—Announcement of co\m- mittees 2:00 Reading of church letters, 3:0Q,Home and Foreign Missions, ir eluding Woman's work, also-- D Jameson and Rev. J. Boyden's report.^ 4:45 State Missions. 5:15 Adjournment until B. Y. P. V. meeting in evening. ' 7:30 Praise service, led by the Assscia- tional president, H, E. Brown. 7:45 Address by Br. Hunt of Toledri— Junior work by Miss Alexahder. \ Thuksday Morning. ; 9:30 Devotional, by Rev. Hutchkins. 10:00 Report of associational supern- teudent. 10:15 Report from Ministers Home. 10:45 Report of Publication Society. 11:00 Report on Christian Education. 11:15 Unfinished business. Notice. A meeting of the subscuibei'3 to the stock of the Creamery Association is hereby called for Friday, April 30,1897 at 2 p. m. for the purpose of completing the organization and for the transsac- tionof any business that may pro perly come before it. The meeting will be keid in the store recently occupied by G. C. Townsend arid every subscriber is earnestly requested to be present. J. B. Lashier R. B. Rouse Gilbert Hurd •r^*;-"^'>■'-• ''■ C. H. Guthiirdt ' ' P. H. Rouse Milan Locals. Mrs. Willard Holstead is dangerously ill at her home near Milan. Mrs. JTcioud and son anticipate iuov- ing to Detroit in the near future. Dr. Mt'sic was elected one of the commissioners by the Presbytery to attend the general assembly at Warsaw In J. May 20. The ti. O. T. M. will give a dinner at their hall April 2K. , Mrs. Mary Wallace is seriously ill. Mr. and Mis J. C. Rouse have returned from their Detroit sojourn. Jerrio Nelhs of Aun Arbor has returned to his home in Ann Arbor after a snort yisit with his [riot ds here. Milan has purchased 223 new books for the Maynard Library. Mr. Allen Alderman has a situation at the electrical works in Detroit. Dr. and Mrs. Calhoun, moved into P. Babeocks house. Mrs. E. Gay, Miss Aima Sill, both have new bicycles. Misses Lelia Kelly and Ima Whit- marsh, haye returned to their school in Ann Arbor. Mrs. Lucy Clark visited Toledo April 2S. Mr. and Mrs. Whitehead of Berlin Ontario arc the guests of their Milan friends for the summer. Several of the I. O. O. F. attended the dedication of the new I. O. O. F. temple in Ann Arbor. Dr. Hartford of Macon visited Milan Monday, Mr. aud Mrs. O. C;iSe*havo moved to Milan from Mooreville. Mrs. Wm. Davis hab moved from ber farm near Oak ville, to Milan. The next lecture of the H. S. L. C. is by Mrs. J. Williams of Macy, May 5. Mrs. T. H. Blum of Clayton, is the guest of Mrs. H. A. Vincent. Mrs. Bessie Farington of Detroit is visiting Milan friends. Electric Bitters. Electric Bitters is a medicine suited for auy season, but perhaps more giue.rally needed wlieii the languid exhausted feeling prevails, when the liver is torpid aud sluggish aud the need of a tonic aud alterative is felt. A prompt use of this medicine has ofteu averted loug aud perhaps fatal bilious fovers. No medicine will act more surely in, counteracting aud freoiug the system from the malarial poison. Headache, Indigestion, Constipation, Dizziness yield to Electric Bitters. 50c aud Si.00 per bottle at Lister &-Sheed&rs Drug Store. FRENCH ARMY AND NAVY. England's Traditional Enemy Not Behind Her Xn Armament. The French navy ranks next to that of England in numbers, -while in efficiency and fighting qualities theFrench ships are fully equal to their English rivals. Iu fact, in naval architecture the French early took tho lead, and many of the English types of ships -were modeled after the French designs, says The Cbantauquan. Oue of the chief differences bet-ween the English and the French armored ships today is in the disposition of the armor and the consequent design of the hull. English designers have striven to protect the men •working the guns, and to, do this they have reduced, the length of tho ship's armor.* French and naval architects, on the other hand, have given little attention to tho protection of men and a great deal to the protection of the -water line. Therefore they have reduced the breadth of the ship's armor. It is "worthy of note that Franco is the only great power -which levies a tax on snch of her citizens as cither do not enlist in the standing army t>r -wh \ enlist for a shorter term than three Vears. Only those -who are officially declared "impecunious" are exempt from such a tax. It is payable annually as long as the liability to service lasts, and the revenue from this source amounts to about 30,000,000 francs, or §0,000,000, aruiually. iThe officers of the French army, receive a very thorough education at the different military schools. At the head of these (although not exclusively fnili- tarjn stands tho Polytechnic school in Paris, -which admits 130 pupils annually afteir a competitive examination. The course occupies nine months in the year for Mvo years. As lit is impossible to keep under arms ior tlAvee years the entiro annual Contingent ou: recruits,'the layv provides for the discharge of thoroughly trained men at the Wd of the first or second ygar of active service in such proportions aa to bring dlpwn the peace strength of the army tol the number amraallydeternrin- ed uponpy the general assembly. Preferences iin tliis connection are decided by lot. JJFor this purpose every recruit at his enA-ollment; draws a number, agd only thosiu having the highest numbers are entitled to consideration. BRIDAL FAVORS. An Ancienty ancl Cu-rious German Wcd- 'dinf- Cnatom. In The iWiiet:' Home Journal Max vou Binzer -wrrites of his experience as "A Page at iheBcxliu Court" upon tho occasion .of aldoublc royal wedding and of the preceding and succeeding festivities. Describing an ancient and curious custom, he writes: "Andno-w—after the wedding, diifflier and ball—came the 'Fackeltauz.' \StJveral cf the highest officials cutereci the hall with flaming torches. A pro'-fession was formed, with the Icicle in th\e midst. A number of complicated polAnaise figures -were then executed, after tehich the line closed about .the bridoaiid stock: and marched out as escort to fye bridal chambers. "As tho doors\ of Ihe bridal apartments closed u-fxin ihe happy pair \vc found ourselves ihnmediately next the entrance. We wnatixl expectantly for the next feature, holding- onr advantageous position1 -with some idifficultj*. In a few moment's the dcorsHicw open, and half a thousaW silken garters, with the monograms lembossed on tho gold buckles, were thrown out byt*he ladies of honcr. Court ctibucttc was for the nonce forgotten, feenerals, cqurtiors, chamberlains andlstate ministers scrambled and fought wSth one anotlLer for these mementos. But we pages,, rest assured, got the lion's share. I havo several of these souvenirs Inow, although many were given a\va*T by roe that night to beseeching dignitalries." .11 Styles .Supplied* I want it poster got out,' commercial (gentleman. "Certainlk" said tho artist. "I get them up on ^hree systems—the opium. nd ice cream supper and abbit. ■ Whicli will you mapolis Journal. W.L Douglas $3 Shoe. Stylish, durable, perfect fittm""-. •■ Endorsed by over 1,000,000 wearers. "W. L,.Douglas $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 Shoes are the productions of skilled workmen, from the\ best material possible at these prices. -Also $2.50 and $2 ShoesforMen, $2.50J$2and$J.75Boys Wouseon'rthebestcAlf.KussiaCair.J'rench •Patent Calf, French Ifcamel,.VlclKia,ctc^ graded to correspondtvlthpricesoftheshoes. If dealer cannot snppC* yon, write Catalogfree, W, L.D0I**1 sold nr D. Iffis AS,Brcckton,Mass. Much in Little Is especially true of Hood's Pills, for no medicine ever contained so great curative power in so small space. They are a whole medicine Hood's chest, always ready, al- a^ ■ ■ ■ . ways efficient, always sat- ^^0 ill ft isfactory; prevent a cold ^T^ III ^S or fever, cure all liver ills, ^^ sick headache, jaundice, constipation, etc. 25c. The only Pills to tako with Hood's SarsapariUa- Estate of Wm. Guenther. State o£ "Michigan, county <*■£ Wushi-enaw s. s. Ata session o£ the Probate Court for the county of Washtenaw holden at the Probate office in the city of Ann Arbor, on Jlondaj* the twelfth day of April iu the year one thousand eiffhthundred and ninety seven. Present, H. Wirt Newkirk Jnd?:o nf Probate In the matter of the estate of Will am Guenther deceased. On reading; and filing the petition duly -verified, of Joliana GuenlhTpraj'ing that the administration of said estate may bi granted to Matthew f3eeg<-r or some other suitable per.-on. Thereupon it- is ordered, tint Friday, the seventh day of ilay next* at ten o'clock in the forenoon, be assigned for the hearinp; of said petition," and that the heirs at law of said deceased, and all other persons interested in said estate, are required to appear at a session of said Court, then to be holden at the Probate Office" in the city of Ann Arbor, and show cause, if any there be. why the prayer of the petitioner" should hot be granted: And it is further ordeled. that said petitioner give notice to the persons interested in said estate, of the pendencj* of said petition, and the hearing th"reof, by causing a copy of this order to be published ii the Saline Observer, a newspaper printe t an I circulating la s«d count-}-, three succeostvi* weeks previous to said day of hearing. H. Wirt Newkikk (A true copy) Judge of Probate. - P. J. Lehjtax Probate Register. Final Account. Sate of Michigan, county of Washtenaw s. s. At a session of the Probate Court for the county of Washtenaw, holden at the Probate office in the city of Ann Arbor on Tuesday the sixth day of April in the year one thousand aight hundred and ninety seven. Present H. Wirt Newkirk Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estate of Geo-ge Nissly deceased, Daniel "tfissly executor of the last will and testament of said deceased comes into Court and represents that he is now prepared tn render his final account as such executor. Thereupon itis ordered that Tuesday the fourth day of May next at ten o'clock in the forenoon be assigned for examining and allowing such account, and that thn devisees legatees and heirs at law r,f said deceased and all other persons interested in said estate are i-ecru'red to iipp*ir at a session of said Court then to be holden at tho Probate Office in the city of Ana .Vrbo1*. in said county and show cause if any there be why tlie said iiccouut should not be allmved And it is further ordered that said exentor give notice to the persons int rested.in. the said estate, of the pendency of said account and tlie hearing thereof, bj- caushur a copy of this order to be published in the S-dine Observer a newspaper printed and circulating in said county three successive weeks previous to said day of hearing/. IA True Copy] IT. Wjet Jvewkirk .P. J. Lehman Judge of Probate Probate Register. Chancery Sale. In pursuance and by virtue of an order and decree of the Circuit court for tlie Count}* of Washtenaw in Chanee'y made and entered n;i the Eighteenth day of December lS'Jj, in a curtain case therein pending wherein Clara Kilby is complainant and George B. Mason and Ann E. il ison, are defendants. Xotice is hereby given that I shall sell at public vendue to tlie highest bidder, at the southerly front door of the Court house in the city of Ann Arbor, County of Washtenaw, state of Michigan said Court House being the place for holding the Circuit court for said county on Saturday the 1 st day of May 1S07, at ten o'cl ck in tlie forenoon, the following described parcel of land ficuate in the village of Saline Mich commencing at a point on the south east corner of land formerly owned by Thomas L. Humph- reyville and running thence northerly a'ong the east line of said Humphrey villes land one hundred and ninety set en feet and four inches, to the south line of a lot formerly owned by Z. C. Brown thence eas'erly along said line twenty (20) feet, therice southerly paralel with the first mentioned line one hundred and ninety s^v-fh (107) feet and four inches to the northerly line of the Chicago road thence westerly along ihe northerly line of said Chicago "Koul twenty c»0) feet and three inches 10 the piace uf beginning. Also a strip of land, on the east side of the above desciibed land to be used in common Tor an alley. Dated March 15. 1S97. JosbphF. WF.U3 - Circuit Court Coimnisssoner for Fn.\>-K E. Jones Washtenaw Couii'y Solicitor for Complainant B^i^i^y-fa Mr. J. 3. Moalcy, a jinunitii-Mi- ttf r chant of Elba, Ivy., writes: "My -on was so badly alUicti'd with UHmsy trouble" that he couldn't wall,;, at times he could not stand on his feu'.; his appetite railed hint. I recouimended Lightning Kidney and Liver R"m- euy for hitn aud after taking only :ifew coses he began to ont and got, up an-1 walked and ilui next day ho went, tn work on bis farm. I hnvv been afflicted with kidney trotble sini;e *uy tunth year and am now54 years old and can say that Lightning Kidney and Liver Remedy is the. h-st remedy I have ever tried; would nut do without it."' For f-ale hy L M. Thorn cash "roei-r Saline Micb. To Care a Cold in One Day -Take "Warners "White Wine of Tar Syrup, the besfc'cougli Temedy>on dearth. 25 and offets. All druggists. NEW BAKERY We are now nicely located in the Wallnco Block, and are prepared to furnish daily White, Brown and Rye Bread fresh and nice- Orders for cakes and fancy baking" f„r weddings, parties, picnics etc given special attention. " ' Village Bakeryr Saline. For one week only, commencing Thursday April-29, at E. P. Mills & Go.' Ann Arbor. HQ(\ nnilin tidies 2oe Fast Bl-ick •Burlington' Ho-u aud Fine lOU ydllD -"--*-" Cotl<jn F:lst Tiln Hose. Double S lies. High * Spliced Heels— All sizes S to 10, at 17C A Pair 3 pairs for -iSc ■ 6 pairs fer 90c QAA "nQITlCI Childrens Fast Black Hose Burlington Brand— Es- \j\J\J Pdllb Ha durable, Uoublo Kuees -Usually sold at 25c. All * sizes C to 10 for A Pair 8 pairs for -10 j O 6 pairs for 7oe E. F. Mills & Co's 20 Main St. Ann Arbor 'EX.ijtirrekJcL •*■ History ancl,Map ofss Cuba for 10 cents ■ At the Unterkircher Pharmacy We sell Dye Stuff of every kind of color both in package and in bulk. Call for one of our Receipt , Books free. It will show you how to color goods of every description from carpet rags to a fine dress Thoughts to Consider. When you are buying articles nf dress, and for pleasure you are always particular to get what ymi want, and to find a place to buy where pride and clen- lincs predominates. Our neivly lilted up in irke.t moots evory requirement »f litis kind, every thinji; is new and clean, our .sales ro >ui Isirjru and convenient, and everything in' perfect order. , In the line of meats, wo pride" ourselves of being second to noue, we buy ouly ihe best stock and will soil you only choice cuts. Don't forget us when in want of canned goods, vegetables, etc G. A. Lindenschmitt. ■% j---' ■"il .til 41 4 j'.~ *' -■a*".
|Title||1897-04-29; 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.|