1898-06-16; Saline Observer
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WMm^m,mmr: The ■■■*" ?$•**■ T^';1 v"',',r','e*,P,*«*.T,f A. J. WARREN. Publisher. SALINE.. WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1898. VOL. XVHI.-NO. 1? * •$■ i. Has It any thing to do with our graduating presents? Well I giioss not. - Thon go to..,. E. H. Cressy's, where you will find a full line of "W"a tclieS (Some very nice patterns,) Clocks, Pens and everything in the Jewelry line The "Maine" Souvenir Spoons ioc Give ine a call when in need of anything in my line. You wilt find my prices as cheap or cheaper than any bouse in the county. E. H. Cressy Seeing the Point. Beauniarchals, the author of the famous "Marriage of Figaro," was the son of a Parisian watchmaker, but had gained fame, rank and wealth through his own talents and exertions. A con. celted and envious young nobleman onoe undertook to wound the pride ot "Beaumarchais by an allusion to bis "bumble origin. In the presence of a large company of people who bad a re* gard for tbe talented young author thig young man handed bim Ms watch, say- Jng: "Examine it, sir. It does not keep time well. You can doubtless ascertain the cause." Such was his rude haste that his hand left the watch before that of the surprised Beaumarchais had grasped it. and it fell to the ground. "Pardon, monsieur," said the author; with grave courtesy, stooping to pick up the watch and hand it to its owner, "you see my father "was right when he declared that I was too awkward to ba a watchmaker."—New York Post Council Proceedings 'Sali.ue.Tuno, 6 1898 Regular meeting of th*i Common Council held in Council Chamber June 6 1898. President Nissly in chair. Trustees present; Sehroei), Pish, Hauser an«l Jackson. Absen*. Gates aud Schairer. Minutes of last meetings road and approved St. Commissioners report read and accepted; Alderman Schairer enters and takes his chair. Finance Committee reported favorably on the following bills and orders were drawn on Treas. forsame, William Rogers painting roof SI oo Jacob Lutz cetnatery work 4.94 E. W. Ford & Son lumber 1.44 William. J. Ja-ikson Bd of Review 4.00 4 00 4.00 5 00 4 38 TOO .75 THree Pairs Conic lively, A prying correspondent has discovered in Piscataquis county, Maine, a family of six children, the oldest of whom (twins) are not yet quite 4 years of age. Other twins are 2 years younger, and the others 4 weeks. In each case of the twins there are a boy and a girl. A Pastor's Odd Announcement. A Binfihampton pastor recently ■rtartled his congregation by the following announcement: "Remember our quarterly meeting next Sunday. The Lord will be with us during the morning service, and the presiding elder in the evening."—Port Jervis Ga- tette. Housekeepers Who would avoid the annoyance incident to the use of unreliable Stove should use Red«Cro-wii And avoid being seriously annoyed by the presence of oil or other tary and foreign sub- stunces in most of so-called Stove Gasoline in the market. You will iind relief bv using our Red Crown Brand Deodorized Stove Gasoline Insist on your dealer s-npphing * vou wjth onr goods. No Smoke! no odor! We guarantee Rod Crown Gasoline and "Bleotr b Oil to bo always uniform and give entire satisfaction Standard Oil Go. Ashley VanDuzer " Henry Fish '" Fred Jerry Marshall duly M. D. Wallace st work Sela Fitzgerald st work Frank Solchkins ft work St. committee reported that S irH'h tile could be procured at 15 cents aud 10 inch at 20 ceut.s for the sewer on N Side of'east Chicago st aud that the. work could ba avjejaiplUhel 'it §100 per rod ata depth of6 ft, cJunections for same to be 70 cents each. Motion was made and carried lhat the street committee be instructed to have sewer laid on north side of east Chicago st, the same to be 0 ft deep, to be built of 10 inch lileand to have a connection for each piece of property. Tbe Tees for the connections to ba established later. Motion was made and carried that the st committee advertise for bids, for the work and material for building sewer. Bids to bs presented to Chairman of St. Committee. On motion Council Adjourned. Geo. R. Lutz Geo. J. Nissly. Clerk. Pfviii'l jut Special Call Saline June 13 18U3 Special meeting of the Common Council called hy the President h-ld in Council Chamber June 18 1S9S. Notice given in due form- President Nissly in chair. Trustees T'l-esent Fish, Shrocn, Gates, Schairer, Jackson andt-Bauner. Tax i oil presented. On motion was accepted. On motion CoudcU adjourut'd until Wednesday eye June 15 1S9S. Geo. J. Nissly. Geo. U Lutz. President • Clvrl' Garnera s Do Yon want any? For the benefit of the amateur photographer, we have put in a. limited supply of Plates, Print Paper, Mounts toning and Developer, Flash Light Powder, Etc.. Which we will sell you as cheap as you can buy them anywhere. Aa J. Warren. Sarah Grand's Husband. The late Surgeon Lieut-Col. McFall, who was the husband of "Sarah Grand," was sixty-six years of age, and a third of his life "was spent in the discharge of his military-medical duties in India, "where he encountered the cholera three times in its attack on the troops, and did so "well in fighting it that he "was mentioned in dispatches. When, as a widower, he married the lady since known as Sarah Grand, he was at least twice her age, and he had two sons, of whom one "was her senior.* and the other her contemporary. The only child of his second marriage is also a son, now some twenty-three years of age, "who has ' adopted the stage as a profession. Of his other. sons one is in the army, and tlie "Jthei a journalist ancl illustrator. Fpr somg %ixhe past matrimonial incompatibility bad kept husband and -wife apart, but, despite this, and a shrewd suspicion, that he figured not too .favorably in some of his "wife's books, the deceased officer "was a reader and admirer of them, and had them all on his shelves; Blue Ribbon Meeting DBTBOIT i All the indications show that Michigan will again contribute its share of sensation to the glorious and ever popular American sport, of harness racing this year. This is particularly true of Detroit, whose Blue Ribbon meeting is an event of national importance and is Qttingly placed at the head of tbe famous series known as the Grand Circuit. While there are a myriad tracks in all parts of the eountry ambitious to,be known a* the best, tbe splendid grounds of the Detroit Driving Club are by common consent pronounced the finest place in the world for a big trottiug- carnlval. Tbe enterprise that secured the land for the magnificent course at Grosse Pointe and equipped it as no other track is fitted to accommodate its patrons, did not stop t,her«. Realizing that it always takes monov to make the mare go, the Detroit Club gives bigger puises and offers greater" inducements fur fast miles than any other meraher of tho Circuit.. Th-sre is 'ioth- insr to compare iu valine with its t'-vn- ous Merchants'.nd Manufacturers Stake throughout thw length and breadth of tbe summer tour with the sulkies. When the tenth of the exciting races for this rich prize is decided on July 19, the mm of $103,520 will bave been distributed among the breeders and owners who were lucky enough to win- a share of this stake which brings together the greatest trotters in the land. Michigan has carried off the coveted plum on two occasions; the grey gelding, Heudryx, from Dowagiac, capturing the first race forthe "M. & M." in lvS89, while three years later the young mare Siva won a great victory for the farm at Clalrview where she is still owned. The candidates for this season are twenty in number and they represent the best blood, and aro being trained by the mo.-t skillful r^insraen ou the turf. Tien there is th-> Chamber of Commerce S'ake of 33,000, which is the largest amount offered to tho young pacers by any association. Like its companion event for the trotters this race has always been .-ensational and the horsf- that wins this year will have to reel off the heats well below the 2-10 mark. Besides these two attractions three othpr stakes and purses that foot up §7,500 have reeeiwd entries from all theorac'vc stables. L'his ensures the pres- euce ot the fastest trotters and pacers now in training, and Blue Ribbon week that extends from July IS to 23 will be as before the greatest racing event of tbe year. The Detroit Driving Club employs the be.-1 tali'titto officiate at its meetings and the character of the sport at the Grosse Pointe track is al- *wavs above reproach. Scolded tlie Stove. A suit for divorce in Chicago the other day brought out the fact that the husband and "wife had not spoken to each other for eleven years. When the husband wanted to jaw his "wife he would go into the room where she wa3 and call the stove all sorts of names. NOTICE. We the undersigned, do hereby agree to refund the moue3* 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 whieh 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 ceut bottle of either of the above to prove satisfactory or money refunded. . > Lister & Sheeder, CF. Unterkircher. Bobbed the grave. . A startling ineideut. of which Mr, John Oliver of Philadelphia, wasthe subject, is narrated by him as follows: My skin was almost yellow, eyes sun ken, tongue coated, pain continually in baek and side", no appetite gradually growing weaker diy by day. Three physicians had given me up. Fortunately, a friend advised trying: Elec trie itters: and to my great joy and surprise, the first bottle made a decided improvement. I continued their nse for three weeks, and am now a well man. I know they saved my life, and robbed the grave of another victim, No one should fail to try them. Only 50 cts per baffle at Lister & Sheeder's Drug Store. . La Grippe Siuce La Grippe has been prevalent in this country, there has been found but one Specific, Dr. Humphreys' "77" For sale by all druggists, 25e. Oome to the MEAT MARKET For Choice Cuts of Beef, Pork and Mntton Choice Bolognas ano Liver Sausage always on hand and made,to order. &ucit!8n'a Arnica Save. The Best Sai/ve in the world for Cuts. Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Kheum, Fever. Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruption, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. Itis guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Libter & Sheeder the Druggists A&ENT5 WASTED ' In. Every County, to Supply the Great Popular Demand for Aiir s W For luully. Told in Picture Jfew^and Story Compiled and Written by Senator John J. Ingalls Of Kansas. The most brilliantly written, most profusely and artistically illustrated, and most intensely popular book on the subject of the war with Spain. Nearly.... 200 Super!) Illustrations from Photos, taken especially for this great work. Agents are making $50 to $100 a week selling; it. A veritable bonanza for live canvassers. Apply for description, terms and territory an once to N. D. Thompson Pub. Co St Louis, Mo. or. New York City Notice to Creditors,. State of Michigan fiounty of Wasutemv s s "Notice ia hereby given, tbat by an order of the-Frobate Court for the county cf Washtenaw, madeonthelSdayof April A.D.189S. sixmonths from that date were allowed for creditors to present their claims against the estate of Daniel Weiennett 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 12 day of October next, and that such claims will be heard before said Court, on the 13 day of July and on the ridayofOctober next, at ten o'clockin the forenoon of each of said days. Dated, Ann Arbor, April 8. A.D. 1898. H. Wirt Newkirk, Jud^e of Probate- Chickens. Turkeys, Srnsage and Fish in their season. Choice Lard in pails or bulk We are here to please you. Come and see us. it* To keep cool during the healed term requires comfortable clothing. We can supply every lady in the County with comfortable Summer wear at surprisingly low prices, when quality is considered — as it always should be. Linen Crash Skirts $1,50 a tremendous A special number and seller Special SMrt Waists $l.flO This line is a great seller and contains manv SL25 and 1.50 numbers. * White Dack Snits $1.55 Extra find grade and made the very best manner. up m Special Shirts Waists 50 cents. Others would call these good value at 75 cents. Novelties in Shirt Waists at $1.69 to 5.00 CDmprisiug every large line of new patterns. Silk Grenadines $1.00 Handsome colorings and d esigns. BlackSllk Grenadine.69 . A very desirable number. Summer wash Goods in Dimities. Lawns Organdies, Organdy Grenadines and from 5 ceuts to 40 cents a yd. White Goods^*m@^ In every grade and style from 5 cents dies. Dimities, India Linens etc. to Sl.OO including Piques, Organ- E. F. MILLS & CO., ANN ARBOR. MICH. WAR! People Will Have Crescent Bicycles And Why ii : aHEATEST BOOS QF TP AGE1 •nii bs in Every Hogs apd library. ^e'8 BiDie Hislary i hy R-ebt Hon. Willlnai Ewarfc Gladstone- ■ vr cr Groat Krltitm and Irelnnd, Chester, . *vA. tKiju.vee. Queen's College, Oxford.Ens.; vu-l Ivas Curtiss, D.D., Chicago Theological ..•*, Ohiea-jo.jii.; Kev. Frederic W.Forror,l>.D., :.j0.»a oc Canterbury, Canterbury, Eng.; Her. il.CiiiM2n,D.D.,TnftsColJege, Somerville, Mass.: • Vt.ik W tiunsanlna, D.D., Armonr Institute. . "■--">, 111.; Eev- George F. Pentecost, DJD., Maryle- *i Presbyterian Chnrch, Xondon. £ne.; Rev. R. S. -Arthur, D.D.. Calvary Baptist Ohureh, New York . X. If.; Hov. Kartyn Summerbel), DJD.» Main -»ct Free Baptist Church, Lewiston, He.; Kev. Frank FOR Toledo and Points East and South. * Iveave Kttsfield, South 7:40 a. m. 8 •SI p. m. 11:37>. m. FOR Owosso. Alma, Mt. Pleasant. Clare. Cadillac, Manistee, Petoskey and points Leave Pittsfield, North 8:32 a. m. 4:44 p. ax. 12:27 a. m. If you are going to the Northwest, you can save mbney by buying tickets via Frankford and'Ann Arbor1 Steamers which run between Frankfort, Manitowoc and Kewaunee Wis and Frankfort. Menominee and Gladstone Mich. W. H Bennett, G. P. A., Toledo. ® m O PQ Crescent" Bicycles ? Thej' aro made iu the Largest factory in the world. Thoy aro sold in your midst by a responsible firm and the' "largest dealer, with years of experience. You obtain (the only) the Crescent double guarantee, viz.: Price as well as quality. They are recognized as "The Wheel that Stands Up." They never break. The prices today aro the same'they have been for »ix years, thus forcing all other manufacturers down to our prices. $50 is ihe hiShest prioe Chain Wheel they make. They cau make Done better fo. double the price. Honest Prices Need No Orange. We Sell to One and All Alike.* Come and See the Crescent Tandem. FORD & SON, AGENTS, SALINE, MICH. _ mcCor :-^.-* masterpieces "THE THREE KINGS" OF THE HARVEST FIELD. lh\le, D.D.. South Cangrecational Church. •<% a-Tn-i*.; Kev. Joseph Agar Beet, D.D., AYesleynn e-*e. .Richmond, Enc.- *■*— " — — - zi.; University, 1*6 vor Wilkinson, DJ)., University o. V,\x Hev. Samuel' Hart, 0J>., Trinity College, - • lord.Coun.;Bev.J.MonroGibson,DJ>.,St.Johii*8 }*nl l'resb^ri**tnChurch,I>jndon,Eng.:Bev-Qeorso ■ orjmar, I.I*J>.. The Temple* Boston, Mass. jOeiLXK Ei>iriON.-M2 paces! 57 full-pas© illustra- » on*, gilt edges, cloth, $L8); hatt levant, $5.00; full ...r.mfc. SGXJi. o. 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Do you tmvler from Severe Jttcudaches, HepvoiMncvw, 8ea»lcV; nca.oi-Eihauivtlont J**"a*jay^«'',*,1'JS»5£r usins crreHMAWs ■"■vUMT'Dioia jrsirAi> EJK; Helptoat'ievulavAe,cnratl»tneCTonmc5SMd seasickness ljr the use of this Inhaler, the greatest stimnlant and preventative '*no'ra;TVonderra relief in Hay Fever and Asthma. BTXXTTK CXXSXX- MAS'S jfantZAJaEB and yoa'■willjn-fW-t nse it If T.» evvn't Bel II mt Drogrlala ajvi d for It. BJ aa.ll SO envtvv. Seavi tmr •tovvk m. *>»tliol, free. CCSkUvLOvI »a06CQ^ *riSCE5^aa-v^IXvk>D>'S.V THE "OPEN ELEVATOR" -gins olall Grnin TTarwsstera. THE No. A STEEL MOWER King of all Grass Cutters. THE-% CORN3INDER EjiiijorallConi Harvesters. Come In and See Them! They Arc KlatcHess! Tie great Money- Savers of the Farm. AT THE WORLD'S FAIR They-Won the OnlyEonnrs. 11N EVERY TEST they |irove their sti- I periority. I mEVERYLAND thayleadtheleaders. » SHAYE satisfied rayseff that "SJEcCormicfc Machines are the lightest draft, most durable: and most reliable grain and grass cutters **jisilt by. any manufacturer. I believe they are the cheapest machines a farmer can p**jm—if esperience has proven anything. It has proven this. I believe a careful vS^iE-^atioQ oi them, will convince any man tha. they are planned with a mecliaaical nicety and put together with a degree of care far ahead of that shown, in aqy- other mafee of harvesting machinery. I want all interested*, cariies to come Muf see, them. . They are guaranteed fo -work where others faiL. Warren & Jact:soii% Agents. U'
|Title||1898-06-16; 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.|