1898-10-27; Saline Observer
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JNE yv- A. J. WARREN, Publisher. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY OCTOBER 27, 1898, VOL. XIX.—NO. 1. V « Mooreville. The farmers arc hustling their corn. The attendance at the Maccabee Ball was small on account of rain. Mrs- Fannie Reese is on the sick list. Preston Throop an'old resident, aged 73 years died at the home of his daughter Mrs. J. A. TJudervvood in Ypsilanti October 21. The funeral was held in the M. E. church Sunday at 1 o-cloclc and the rem tins depwited in Mooreville cemetery. All" Davenport and Milton McMullen has the job of grading on the town line road. Milan Locals Sunday a. m. between four and five o-clock the cilzens were awakened by the alarm of fire is" proved to be Miss Nancy Simpson's residence occupied by the Milan Laundry, loss not estimated. Insured for four hundred dollars. The fire department were out and quenched the flames before adjoining buildings were in flames. Hoyt L. Conaray Of Boston Mass spoke to a full opera house Monday night. He is fast becoming famous as an impersonator. f Rev. Macbeth and family are moving into thejparsonage this week. Editor Smith has sold the Milan Leader to Wm. Housmau of Hanover. Milan will lose two of our favorite cit- zens, Mr. and Mrs. Smith leave Milan. Married. October 19, at the home of the brides parents Wm. E Buxton and Miss Lillie Smith both of Milan. Rev. W. C. Macbeth officiating. The Baptist fair was a success proceeds $51.50 M. A. Palmer has returned from her Toledo visit. Can't Tell Thorn Anything. Biggs—"I can always tell a man that has been employed as a hotel clerk." Diggs—"My experience has been very much to the contrary." Biggs —"Indeed!" Diggs—"Yes; I can never tell them anything. They think they know it all."—New Orleans Times- Democrat. Toilet Cnt Glass. Cut glass ornaments for ladies' toilet tables of various tints and set-in pierced silver or gold are offered in numerous exquisite designs. William D. Cressy One of the Brave Boys who dared goto the front to fight for his Country's cause The funeral Tuesday was another clear demonstration of the interest taken by our people in one another, and in patriotic principles. Some weeks ago when the Yosemite crew were discharged Will came home in fairly good health, though traced with the hardships of battle andjdepriva- tion.He soon engaged in physical labor, Did You Take Scott's Emulsion through the winter? If so, we are sure it quieted your cough, healed the rawness in your throat, increased your weight, gave you more color, and made you feel better in every way. But perhaps your cough has come back again, or you are getting a little thin and pale. Then, why not continue the same helpful remedy right through the summer? It will do you as much good as when the weather is cold. Its persistent use will certainly give you a better appetite and a stronger digestion. It will cure your weak throat and heal your, inflamed lungs. It will cure every case of consumption, when a cure is possible. Con't be persuaded to take something they say is ju? i as good. AU Druggists, spc. and $i. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, N. Y. Housekeepers Who would avoid the at noy- ance incident to the use of unreliable Stove should use Red Grown And avoid being seriously annoyed by the presence of oil or Other tary and foreign sub- slanees in most of so-ealled Stove Gasoline in the market. You will liud relief bv using our Red Crown Brand Deodorized Stove G-asoline Insist on your dealer supplying vou with our goods. No Smoke! no odor! We guarantee Ked Crown Gasoline and Electric Oi to be. always uniform and giye entire satisfaction Standard OU Qo. but a short time after hejwistafeeii down with fever, treatment carried him along nicely and was saifl to be gaining. Sunday noon "vary suddenly tbe change came, and two hours later all was over and ho was numbered among those of the late war who died for tMs country The Michigan Naval reserves of which Will was a member, though handicapped largely, and given one of the old and out of date boats, proved themselves Wolverines to the letter, and won fame never to be forgotten. It was at Porto Rico where cablegrams told us ofthe gallant work of tbe Yosemite and of her victory, the Alfonzo XIII was crippled by the Yosemite crew, it was her boys who sunk the Spanish torpedo destroyer and disabled two of her cruisers. The Yosemite considering her gun strength has showed herself one of the effective in our recent struggle with Spain. Tho funeral occurred at the M. E. church Tuesday afternoon and was very largely attended. Rev. Dodds officiated and was assisted by Revs. Barry and L>;ith. The bearers wet's W. H. Howe, F. A. "Eckart, J .1 Peters, TL S. Tausend- fraund and C. U. Yemeus?, Naval reserves from Detroit, and Bert Deron dinger who is home on a furlough. The Dexter baud beaded tho proces sion followed by Wiltsie Post G. A. R. The casket was wrapped in the stars and stripes aud had upon its cover the tl>e Union Jack and a beautiful auchor furnished by the citizens. The grave was , beautifully decorated and lined with the national colors. Thomas Pnjne a Scientist. A piece of cable recently found in a historic dwelling at the Falls oi Schuylkill recalls the first suspension bridge of a single arch ever attempted in this country. The idea originated with Thomas Paine, "the great commoner of mankind," While he was spending the summer of 1786 at the hotel near the Palls of the Schuylkill. The idea was suggested to him by the mechanism of a spider's web, and he began to work up the plans for an iron bridge to span the river at that point. To lay his model before the French academy of sciences, Paine went tc France in 1787, but that country was already on the road to revolution and had no time for the study of bridges. In England Paine forgot his scientific mission and became absorbed in political affairs, which ended with his imprisonment and gave to the world "The Rights of Man," but lost to it for many years advanced scientific bridge-building.—Philadelphia Record. Moody and the Rowdy A few years ago, when ^Evangelist Moody was preaching In the slums Of a large city, he was delayed in leaving the hall till late in the evening. The exit was in a back street, and »S he left the building he found a number-of roughs waiting to annoy him. *As he walked along he heard them say, "Here he comes! " and they prepared to jostle him from the sidewalk. Going straight up to the ring-leader Mr. Moody held out his overcoat, andj with self-possession that commanded*Complete respect, said: "My friend,'.]won't you just help me ou with my overcoat? Iain not quite so active now as I was at your age, and some day .when you are old as I am, I'll be glad to do you the same favor." No bully was ever more completely taken back with, surprise. He held the overcoat &r the Evangelist to get Into it, anjnthen thanking the young man for h^jgaig, Mr. Moody went along unmolL._S!_3^ November Ladies Home Journal™"""" Discovered By a Women _ An other great Discovery has been made, and that too, by a lady in this country. ■Disease fastened its dutches upon her. and for seven years she withstood its severest tests, but her vital organs were undermined and death seemed imminent. For three montns she coughed incessantly and could not sleep. She finally discovered a way to recovery, by purchasing of us a bottle "of Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, and was so much relieved on taking first dose, that she slept all night; and with two bottles, has been absolutely cured. Her name is Mrs. Luther Lute. Thus writes AY. O. Hamnick & Co., of Shelby, N. C. Trial bottles free at Lister & Sheeders jjrug Store. Begular t>ize 50c and SI. Every bottle Guaranteed. October Cloak Gratifying results What a well known Citizen of Men- don, Mich., says of Drake's Dyspepsia Cure and Nerve Restorer. " I have had Dyspepsia for the past thirty years. My troubles were Indigestion. Sour Stomach, Acid Fermentation Nausea and Bloating after meals, Heart burn which at times rendered sleep impossible. I tried nearly every supposed remedy, and several doctors, but could not get relief, until I was induced to try Drake's Dyspepsia Cure and Nerve Restorer, and was completely cured by the use oi two boxes. I have not had any trouble with my stomach siuce, and can eat anything with perfect order. Yours respectfully S. H. McDeid Drake's Dyspepsia Cure and Nerve Restorer is prepared in tablet form, combined with a Method Treatment, which in itself is indispensable to any person desirous of keeping well, and enjoying a long aad prosperous life. These tablets do not contain opium or calomel, are pleasant to take, can be carried in tbe vest pocket to bemused when necessary. A valuable book on stomach and nerve troubles, their symptoms and cure for the asking at any place where this treatmen t is sold. For sale by C. P. Unterkircher CASTORIA lor Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of Mortgage Sale Default having been made'.in the condition s oE an Indenture of Mortgage, executed by Ann ^Welburn to John G. Winans, bearing date May enth 1SV5, and rac:>rd3d in the office oE the Register of Deeds for AVashtenaw County,' sJIiclr Igau, on the tenth day of May A. D. 18?5, In Liber 41 of Mortgages on Page 303., and duly ass igned by George J. Crowell, executor of the last* will and testament of John'J. Winans deceased, to Nancy M. Conklin, by assignment bearing date the thirtieth day of October 1S86 andreODrdedin the oflftceof the said Register of Deeds for Washten aw County, oa the tenth day of November 183G, in Liber 9 of assignments o£ Mortgages on Page K3, and which said mortgage was du y assigned by said Nancy M. Conklin to Olive M. Conklin, by assignment bearing date Novsinbar third 1SSS, and recorded in the office of the said Register of Deeds forJWashtenaw County on the seventh day of March, IS.) J, in Liber 10 of Assignments of Mortgages on Pag2 333; by which default, the pownr of sale contained ia said mortgage has become operative, on which mortgage there is claimed to be due at this date, the sum of one hundred and thirteen dollars, and no suit or proceeding at law or in equity having been instituted to recover tha debt secured by said mortgage or any part thereof. Notice, is therefore hereby given, that by virtue of the power of sale contained in said mortgage and of the statute in such case made and provided, said mortgage, will be foreclosed on Monday the twentyeighthday of November, next at eleven o'clock in the forenoon of that day, at tlie East door of the Court House in the city of AnnArbor7 in said County of "Washtenaw(said Court House being the place of holding the Circuit Court for said County of Washtenaw), by sale at public auction to the highest bidder of the premises described in s lid mortgage which said mortgaged premises are described in said mortgage,as follows, viz: All the following described pieces or parcels of land situated in the Township of Lydnon, County of Washtenaw, and State of Michigan, to wit: Being the North part of the North East fractional quarter of section fifteen, and the North half of the East fractional half of the North West fractional quarter of said section fifteen, and all the land lying next South to a certain creek running, nearly from the East to West: which is the boundary on the South of saidlands. Containing one hundred thirty- seven acres more or less. Excepting a cerlaln piece of land it being all the land in the west lot lying North, of a certain outlet running from Eagle Lake •nto South Lake, in said Section fifteen, con- tainingjfour acres All the lands so conveyed by said mortgage lying in one boly ard cccu pied as one parcel, Dated, Chelsea, Michigan, August twentyseven 189S. t Nancy 31. Conklin, Assignee of Mortgage. G. W. TurnBull, Attorney for Assignee, of Mi rtgag^. , By Its Record of remarkable cures Hood's Sarsaparilla has. become the one true blood purifier prominently in the public eye. Get only Hood's. Hood's Pills are the best family cathartic and liver medicine. 25c. NOTICE. We the undersigned, do hereby agree to refund the money on two* 25-cent bottles of Baxter's Mandrake Bitters if it fails to cure constipation, biliousness, sick headache, or any of the diseases for which it is recommended. Also will refund the money on a 50 cent bottle of Downs, Elixir, if it does not cure any cough, cold, croup, whooping cough, or any throat or lung difficulty. We also guarantee one 25 cent bottle of either of the above to prove satisfactory or money refunded. Lister & Sheeder, C. F. Tjnterkircher. Bucklen's Arnica Save. The Best Salve in the world for Cuts Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Eheum, Fever, Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruption, and positively cures Piles, or no pay reexuired. Itis guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Lister & Sheeder the Druggists Come to tlie MEAT MARKET For Choice Cuts of Beef, Pork and Won Choice Bolognas ane Liver Sausage always on baud and made to order. Chickens. Turkeys, Srusage and Fish in Sheir season. Choice Lard in pails or bulk We are here to please yon. Come and see us. tf ill stilt, w jjLm.'ijagE.'.v^'uuMBiaBgga %MS&2* FOR Toledo aud Points East and South. Leave Pittsfield, South 7:40 a. m. 8:51 p. m. 11:37 a. m. FOR Owosso. Alma. Mt. Pleasant. Clare, Cadillac, Manisteo, Petoskey and points Leave Pittsfield, North 8:32 a. m. 4:44 p. m. 12:27 a. m. If you are going to the Northwest, you can save money by buying tickets viaFrankfordand'Aun Arbor' Steamers whioh run between Frankfort, Manitowoc and Kewaunee Wis. and Frankfort. Meuommoe and Gladstone Mich. AV. H Bennett, Or. P. A, Toledo. Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtained, and all Patent business conducted for moderate Fees. OUH OFFICE IS OPPOSITE U. S. PATENT OFFlCt and we can secure patent >n less time tain those remote from Washington. Send model, drawing or photo., with descnp-i tion. We advise, if patentable or not, free of charge. Our fee not due till patent is secured. A Pamphlet, "HowtoObtain Patents," with cost'of same In the U.S. and foreign countries sent free. Address, C.A.SNOW&GO.! OPP. PATENT OFFICE, WASHINGTON..^. G. i 1 ^v^**'^>***%>**■>%*i*'*'*'*',*%'%%*,%*'*:**%,' At E F Mills & Co's, Ann Arbor Hundreds of Styles Jacket* Capes, and Children's Reefers have been received in our large and pleasan New Cloak Room the past few weeks. With nearly ;double the space heretofore devoted to this department, with new and elegant fixtures, with captivating styles and popular prices we shall be surprised if we do not sell you a wrap. Detroit prices will not only be met, but better values given, as a companion will readily show you r Kersey Jackets at $7.po AU Satin Lined, Five Dart Sleeves. 24 inches long. Value $10.00. Boucle Jackets at $6.75 Full Satin Lined, Latest Cut, Splendid Quality. Value $10.00. Kersey Jackets at $10.00 Full Satin Lined, Strap Trimmed, in Navys, Blacks, Castors, Value $12.00. Fine Jackets at $12.00 Handsomely Trimmed, All Shades, |Variety of Styles, Our Leader, Worth $15.00 Plush Capes at $2.98 19x92 Inches. Satin Lin- ed, Thibet Trimmed, would be cheap at $4. 0 Plush Capes at $3.98 " 20x92 Inches, Thioit Trimmed, Fancy Linings. Excellent Value at $5.00 Plush Capes at $8.50 . 30x120 Inches, Thibet Trimmed, Handsome Linings, you would say $12.00 Plush Capes at $12.00 24x124 Inches, Oppossum Trimmed, Black Satin Lining. Would be cheap £at [$15.00. The above represent but a few of the many excellent values. Finer goods equally cheap. Children's Jackets at eiery price from $2.50 up. Splendid Values in Wrappers at 59c, $1-00 $1.25 and $1.50. Fur collarettes Are all the rage and onr stock very large, comprising every price from $2.98 to $28.00 each. Winter Waists In Plaids, Checks and Plain Cloths from $1.00 up. E. F. MILLS & CO., ANN ARBOR. MICH. Get Your Stationery Printing Done at the===£5^- Observer office one W® EEMSit Don't Spend a dollar for Medicine until you have tried You can buy them in the paper 5-cent cartons Ten Tabules for Five Cents. M sort li pat up ohnpr/ to gratify th» nalt«rM pi —mt itj*a^ ftr »U.T ttm*. If you don't find this sortie? Ripans Tabules At the Druggist's Send Five Cents to The Ripans Chemical Company, No. io Spruce St., New York, and they will be sent to you by mail; or 12 cartons will be mailed for 48 cent. The chances are ten to one that Ripans Tabules are the very medicine yon need.
|Title||1898-10-27; 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;|
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