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""4. '.»Y":f- ^v^,^#* ^i.- ■%. w.ySS BSERVER. II A. J. WARREN, Publisher. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1897, VOL. XVlII.-NO. 7. C. F. UNTERKIRCHER, Nt. D. Physician & Surgeon. MSce at Unterkircher's Pharmacy Chfca- VALINE - MIOH. A. HARLAN M. D. R. Physician &5 Surgeon. Chronic diseases, Surgery and diseases of Women and Children a specialty. Ouice^o^gctlkeJjank, Residence, the T~S. Jones' house. Will's promptly attended to, day or night. SALINE, MIOH. TAR.G. E. KUHL, Dentist Office over Citizen's Bank. SALINE, - - MICH. At Manchester every "Wednesday and Thurseay I"** E. JO.NES. Attorney at Law. A Business attended to with Promptness and ^ Care. Office on McKay street, S ALINJEa.. ..*.,,.-■ MIOH. Q ..WILLIAMS Attorney at Law, special-attention paid to Pension Claims ot. all kinds. Newcomb Block, MILAN, MICH. M**' p G. SLABHT, K.J m\. Veterinary Surgeon. MACOlS, LENAWEE CO., MICH. Connection-witn Tecumseh by Telegraph A, . and by Mail. ALL CALLS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. -^TATERMAN' PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY. |(Miss GilletPs old stand.) WilFbein Saline every Wednesday and shall be ileosedto meet all in need of work in my line. "*all and see samples of our work. A. J. WARREN, ^CONVEYANCER AND Itfotary - Public. All legal papers drawn on short notice and at prices within the reach of all. ]eneral Fire Insurance a Specialty. HUMPHREYS' No. No. No. No:- No. No. No. No. IO No. 11 1 CUres Fever. 2 ** Worms, 3 * " Infants' Diseases. 4 " Diarrhea. 7* '"* .Coughs. 8 Cures "Neuralgia. 9 " Headache. Dyspepsia. Delayed Periods. No. 12 " Leuehorrea. No. 13 Cures Croup. No. 14 " Skin Diseases. No. IS " Rheumatism. No. 16 " Malaria. No. 19 " Catarrh. No. SO Cures Whooping Cough No. 21 " Asthma. fo. 24 " General Debility, o. 26 " Sea-Sickness. jfc'o. 27 " Kidney Diseases. ^No. 28 Cures Nervous Debility. 4*To. 30 v." Urinary Diseases INo. 32 ; " Heart Disease. |No. 34 " Sore Throat. f.No. 77, " Colds and Grip. Pit. HnsiPHE'srs' Homeopathic Mantta-Ci ofjDiseases Mailed Fuee. U .bpttles-of pleasant pellets, fit the -vest i Sold by druggists, or sent prepaid upon pitol-price, 25 cents, except "Nos. 28. and 83 ngde'Sl.00 size only. Humphreys' Sledi- ei-heJCSJmpany, lit William St., New York. ciiii HUMPHREYS' WITCH HAZEL OIL "THE PILE OINTMENT." SarPltevtv—External or Internal. Blind orBleeding; FlgtnlalnAno; Itching or Bleeding o£ the Bectnm. Tne relief Is immediate—the cure certain. PBXOE, SO OTS. TBIAL SIZE. 25 CTS. , 8ovd by DniSEvsts, or Bent post-paid on receipt of price. injsiHBns'Mxo.co„ in * m iraium st., raw tobk s J.> A". Perkins, of Antiquity, O., wa or thirty years needlessly tortured bys physicians for the cure of eczema. He was quickly cured by using DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve the famcus healing alve for piles and skin diseases. MONEY Jean fie van, «lst onr NEW line orwv>r«, f Kvvivvtvy nvvvl honorably, by those ol " cvllvvr"|.<>x, young or old, and In their | own locaHties,^\lvi.n.verlheylvTvr.AnT p tv ■ -mr v. w. ivvvvv. J one van vlvv luvMvork. Ea»ytrtlvr«m. We furnish evcrylhivvpr. We alnrt \ v,u. Tvo ri^k. Toa rvvnvlevotv, yonpspvvrcinvvmevvl..v>r^Hynivr limp to lhcv\orK. 'lhvs is vviv entiTcly new-ltad.-vnil lirin£*v nonvvvvTvvl svv«v>5< t«v ev ery vv orkv-r Uvcinnera are «anvlvi£ Trnvu *2v> to vfSO pcrvTCv-kavvd upwards, lvvvl mow afire a Utile exi.erioivv.-e. *vVe con fnnu.Hyovv live em- i)l»vvivv.vvlanvlte.cliyon MtKK. Xo space t«v explain here. Full *«v\5un«uoa ttvat. TKt'I' -.*- «.'0.. «v.«USTA. SUtittt, Current Events We run this week parts of the second and third prize examination papers in the recent high school contest. Lack of space prevents us from running the papers entire although hoth are excellent and are worthy of being given complete. The following are taken from Blanch Mead's paper: Who is Evangelina Cisneros? Miss Evangelina Cisneros is the niece of the president of Cuba. She was captured and imprisoned, but with the help of a United .States journalist escaped and was brought to New York where a reception was given in her honor. Who have been the Spanish Captain- Generals in Cuba. The Spanish Captain-Generals have been Cambos, Heyler and Blanco. Heyler is noted for his cruelty to his captives. Who is Dr. Nansen? Nansen is one of the great arctic explorers who is trying to find the north pole. He returned from his last trip the last of September. His plan was to enter the Arctic sea and then drift over the north pole. As a result he has come nearer to the north pole than anyone. What is Antonomy? Autonomy means self-government. It is now spoken of in reference to Cuba. This is what Cuba now wishes but Spain is unwilling to grant it. The largest telescope? The Yerkes telescope is the largest in the world, and is situated at Lake Geneva. It has a forty inch lehse. This lense was made by a Mr. Clarke at the cost of $35,000. It took eight years to make it, three years alone being spent in preparation of the glass. This was presented to the Chicago University by Mr. Yerkes, the great, street car millioniare of Chicago. Result of election in Ohio, other states? The "Republicans received the election in Ohio, Mark Hanna was elected as United States Senator, Pennsylvania went, republican, Mr. Swallow received the election for state treasurer. The election,.was as a whole a Democratic victory but this is.generally the case, r,hat is the party that receives the Presidential election is usually defeated in the following state elections. What is Tammany? "Tammany" is a democratic machine that has ruled New York for the last fifty years. It is considered a very coiTupt body. Should Cuba and Hawaii be annexed? I think that Hawaii should be annex ed, but that Cuba should be left independent or at least not annexed to the United States. The following parts are taken from the examination paper of Eva Schairer: Mistake of the Republicans in the New York campaign. The republicans made a great mistake in not endorsing Seth Low. If they bad united with the Citizens Union, the power of Tammany the worst political machine in the country mighthave been overthrown. What two great fires this fall? The first great fire was in Detroit in which a whole block was burned. One of the buildings that were burned, was Whitney's Opera House. The second great fire was in London the loss was about §15,000,000. What is antonomy? Spain is now talking of granting ai - tonomv to Cuba, that is, giving her a part in the government. What is the Reichsrath and how brought to note of late? The Reichsrath i - tlie legisla ive body of Austria. There has been trouble in the lower l.owc over the language ordinance This dt-elut'PS thai the Czeen language should be read and printed co-ordinate with the German in Bohemia. A later report declares that the disturbance is not due to the language ordinance, but to the international social democracy which says that the time has now come to complete the destruction of the state and the empire. What trouble between Germany and China? War is threatened between Germany and China. About a week ago a German fleet entered a Chinese port aud drove the Chinese soldiers but of the city. The fleet went to China to demand satisfaction for the mobbery of the German minister in that country, and also to protect the missionaries. The Iowa? The Iowa is the largest battleship in the American navy. It is.,369 ft. loug 70 ft. wide and 24 ft. deep. It has 80 engines^e-dde** 4 man engines, and 40 guns. Statement ahout the following. 1. Stewart L. Woodford was sent as minister to Spain. 2. Jas. B. Angell is the American minister to Turkey...,. ... 3. Jgan Ingelow the novelist, died July 19. "'," 4. Wm. C. Maybury was' elected Mayor of Detroit. 5. The Klondike region is situated in the British Northwest Territory. Gold has been discovered in the Klondike river. 6. The Eratn is the ship in which Dr. Nansen made his trip to the north pole. It is the strongest ship that ever sailed in the northern waters. Should Cuba and Hawaii be annexed? I think Cuba should' be made independent. I favor the annexation ol Hawaii. Mrs. M. B. Ford, BuddellV HI., suffered for eight years from dyspepsia and chronic constipation and was .finally cured by using DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the famous little pills foi all stomach and liver troubles. C. P. Unterkircher. State of Michigan, county of "Washtenaw s. s. At a session of the Prohate Court for the Comity of -Washtenaw, holden at the Probate Office in the City of Ami Arhor, on Monday, the 6 day of December in tlie year one thonsand eight hundred and ninety seven. Present, H. *Wlrt Newkirk, Judge of Prohate. In the matter of the estate of William Guenther deceased. On reading and filling the petition, duly verified, of Matthew Seeger, administrator-of said estate, praying that he may he licensed to sell the real estate whereof said deceased died seized Thereupon it is ordered, that Friday, the 31 day- of December next at ten o'v lock jn the forenoon, he assigned for the hearing of said petition andthatthe heirs atlaw of said deceased, and all other persons interested In said estate, are retiuired 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 of the petitioner should not he granted: And it is further ordered that said petitioner give uotice to the persons interested iu said estate, of tlie pendency of said petition, and the hearing thereof, by causing a copy of this order to be published in the Saline Observer, a newspaper prin ed and circulating iu said county, three successive weeks previous to said day of hearing. [A true copy.] H. Wiiit "Sewkikk P, J. Lehman Judge of Probate Probate Eegister. Notice to Creditors. State of Michigan county of "Washtenw s s Notice is hereby given, that hy an order of the Probate Court for the county cf Washtenaw, made on the S3 day of October A.D.lS97.si*c months from that date were allowed for creditors to present their claims against the estate of Helen M. Gamon late of said County deceased, and that all creditors of said deceas?d are required to present their claims to said Prohate Court, at the Prohate Office in the city of Ann Arbor, for examination and allowance ou or before tlle 23 day of April next, and that such claims will be heard before said Court, on the 22 day of January and on tho 23 day of April 1808 next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of eac'h of said days. Dated, Ann Arbor, October 23, All D. ISO". H. -W-irtNrfwkirk, Judgaf of Probate. Miss Allie Hughes, Ni/rfoll* Va., was frightfully burned on thje face and neck Pain was instantly reiie,»ed by DeWitt's "Witch Hazel Salve, wh'ich healed the Injury without leaving: a scar. Itis the famous pile remtdy./ C. PjrUnterkircher. NOTICE. Wu the undersized, do hereby agree to refund the napnej* on two 25-cent 's Mandrake Bitters if nstipatfon, biliousness, r any of the diseases commended. We also otUe lo prove satisfact- funded. Lister fe Sheeder, C. P. Unierkir eher. bottles of Baxt it fails to cure sick headache, for which it is ij guarantee one orv or money r. The True Eemedy. W. M. Repine, editor Tiskilwa. 111., "Chief," says: "*We won't keep house without Dr. "King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. Experi- m ?n ted with many others, but never got the trueremedy until we used' Dr. "Sing's New Discovery. No Other remedy can take its place, in. our home, as in it we have a certain and sure cure for Coughs, Coldg,, "Whooping Cough, eet." It is idle to experiment with _qther remedies even if they are urged on yon as Just as good, because this remedy has a record of cures and besides is guaranteed. It never fails to satisfy. Trial bottles free at Lister & Sheeder's Drug Store. 1 the better they'll please you.J "Lookfor ""fjewis" on everyshoe| Men's, women's, children's. J^B. LEWIS CO., Boston, Ulan. LEWIS "WEAR - RESISTERS" are sold by all shoe dealers. r Harper & Parsons Wanteit-fin Idea SSI Protect tout ideas; they may bring yon wealth. Write JOHN WEDDEEBDBN * CO., Patent Attot uay.v Washington, B. Ctor their $1,800 prlre offer ■n.4list ol tYvO.hundrod Inventions wanted. ■ Prosperity comes quickest to the man whose liver is in good condition. Dewitt's Little Early Risers are famous little pills for constipation, biliousness, indigestion and all stomach and liver troubles. C. P. Unterkircher. Come to •$&& MEAT MAEKET For Choice Cuts of Beef, Pork and Mutton Choice Bolognas ane Liver Sausage always on hand and made to order. Chickens. Turkeys, Srusage and Fish in their season. Choice Lard in pails or bulk We are here to please you. Come and see us. liiiililii' A cough *wliich seems to hang cms in spite of ali the "remedies which you have applied certainly* needs energetic and sensible treatment. For twenty-five years that standard preparation of cod-liver oil, #< has proved its effectiveness in curing the trying affections of the throat and lungs, and this is the reason why: the cod-liver oil, partially digested, strengthens and vitalizes thes whole system*; the hypophosphites act as a tonic to the mind and nerves, and the glycerine soothes and heals the irritation. Can you think of any combination so effective as this? Be sure you get SCOTT'S Emulsion. See that the man and fish are on the wrapper. 50c. and S1.00, all druggists. SCOTT & BOWNE," Chemists. New York EOK Toledo and Po'uHs E;*«i ami South. I eave Pittsfield. Soar.h 7:40 st. in 8:51 i» in 11:37 =1 in. FOH Owosso. Alma, Mt. Pleasant. Clare, ''adillac, Manistee, Petoskey and points Leave Pittsfield, North 8:32 a. m- 4:39 p m. 11:8 a. m. If you are going to the Northwest, von can save money by buying tickets via Frankford und-Ann Arbor' Steamers which run between Frankfort, Manitowoc and Kewaunee Wis and Frankfort. Menominee and Gladstone Mich. "W. H Besnett, G. P. A., Toledo. Mrs. Stark, Pleasaut Ridge, O., >*ays: "x\fter two doctors gave up my boy to die, 1 saved him from croup by using One Minute Cough Curo.5'' It is the quickest and most certain remedy for coughs, colds and all throat and lung troubles. C. P. Unterkircher. CASTORIA. Tie fac- lisile tipituro tf Twelve Dap of Christinas For twelve days we personate Santa Glaus During the 12 days of our Christmas sale, which begins, Saturday, Dec. 11th, we shall distribute a largo number of valuable presents to our patrons, subject to the following conditions: - To every cash purchaser of goods to the amount of S2 or any sum between that amount and So, To every cash purchaser of goods to the amount of So or any sum between that amount and S10. To every cash purchaser of goods to the amount of S10 or over, Elegant Japanese Cup and Saucer- value 50c, or set of Nickel Plated Nut Picks and Nut Grack in bos- value 50c. * Set of Six Coffee Spoons, in lined box, made by Forbes Silver Co.: and quadruple plated on nickle silver- value Sl.50, Sugar Shell and Butter Knife in lined box-value Sl.50, made by same Co. and quadruple plated on nickle silver, or Sterling Silver Bon Bon Spoon—value Sl.25. Sterling Silver Sugar Shell-yalue S2.00, or any one of the pieces in the Quadruple Plate Tea Set, all of which are gold lined and handsomely finished. To secure these presents we require by the purchases necessary for any particular present be all made on the same day. E. F. Mills & Co's. Ann Arbor We have just received -A Large Stoek of- UNDERWEAR A!l sizes and Price¥,'*h*o*n. the Cheapest lo the very best obtainable. Something extra good in an-all \yool for Children. A Full Lino of Bed Blankets at rock bottom pricas, From 50 cents to SlK.pei' pair. Chas, Burkhart. Harness, Surries, wagons, Road, and MilklWagons, Trunks, and Valises, see J. STURM. OYSTERS! v^O_A_lSr or BTJLK^ We keep the famous BALTIMORE braud always nice and fresh A FINE assortment ofe Oranges, Lemons, Bananas, Figs, Dates, Pecans, Almonds, Niger Toes, English Walnuts etc. Home made mixed TAFFIES 10 o per pound.. MALIGM # BLACK GRAPES. JT[ A fine line of Cigars and Tobaccos. Sweet Cuba - - 32c lb. Pay Car - - - 25e lb. Dido - - - 15c lb. Old Crisis - - 20c lb. cr. _a__ ^aJLs^bTaaTel. v'i Ann Arbor Electric Granite Works Designers and Builders of Artistic Granite and Marble Memorials On hand large quantities of all the various Granites in the Kough and are prepared to execute fine Monumental work on short notice. OHN BAOMGiRDNER, Prop. Ann Arbor * f -**. *■-■**■ .* -- H -*** i, ',*&', ti 3. V.
|Title||1897-12-16; 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.|