1899-03-16; Saline Observer
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KM*?* P*? ', • r / n ^fe*' *iP* --1 ^ T*i, ;v M -: Ty, A. J. WARREN, Publisher. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MIOH., THUESDAf MARCH 16, 1899. VOL. XIX.--NO.21 Miscellaneous ■ •tf r\ F. UNTERK1RCHER,.M. D. Physician & Surgeon. Office at ^TJnterkirclier's Pharmacy CMea ;oSt. SALINE - MIOH. rjR. 6/e.:kuhl, Dentist Office over Citizen's Bank. '. SALINE, - - MICH. At Manchester every "Wednesday and Thurseay P e. jo:nes. Attorney at Law. Business attended to with Promptness and Care. Office on McKay street, SALINE, ' ■ - - MICH. f G. . WILLIAMS Attorney at Law, 4f" Especiai;attention paid to Pension Claims of kinds. Newcomb Block, MILAN, MICH. p C.SLAGHT, Veterinary Surgeon. MACON, LVENAWEE;C0„ MICH. Connection with Tecumseh by Telegraph and by Mail. AM. CALLS PBOMPTLV ATTENDED TO. y^TATERMAN' PHOTOGRAPHSGALLERY. (Miss Gillett's old stand.) Will bein Saline every Wednesday and shall be jleasedto meet all in need of work in my line Jail and see samples of our work. A. J. WARREN, CONVEYANCES AND — Notary - Public All legal papers£drawnTon short notice and at prices within the reach of ail. leneral Fire Insurance a Specialts T£ H.COOK Auctioner . MILAN, - - MICH. ,-%W%&%*v%**S%sV*1}( PATENTS ! Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtained, and all-Pat-J ent business conducted for modeb ate Fees. » Our Ofoce is Opposite.U.S. Patent Office i and we can secure patent yi less time than those remote from Washington. Send model, drawing or photo,, with description. 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&COJ Opp. Patent Office, Washington, b. C. 4 Dr. Humphreys' Specifics act directly upon the disease, without exciting disorder in other parts of the system. They Cure the Sick. SO. CURES. PRICES. 1—Fevers, Congestions, Inflammations.- .25 St*-Worms. Worm Fever, Worm Colic... .-25 , 3—TeethiiiB.ColIc.Crying.Wakefulness .35 4—Diarrhea, of Children or Adults *35 ft—byaentery, Griplngs, Bilious Colic... .25 S—Cholera, Cholera Morbus, Vomiting. .25 T—Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis 25 8—Neuralgia, Toothache, Faceache 25 0—Headache, Sick Headache, Vertigo.. .25 10—Dyspepsia, IndIgestIon,WeakStomach.25 il—Suppressed or Painful Periods 25 12—Whites, Too Profuse Periods 25 13—Croup, Laryngitis, Hoarseness 25 14—Salt Rheum, Erysipelas-, Eruptions.. .25 IB—Rheumatism, Rheumatic Fains 25 16—Malaria, Chills, Fever and Ague 25 17—Piles, External or Internal 25 18-OphthalmIa, Weak or Inflamed Eyes .25 19—Catarrh, Influenza, Cold In the Head .25 SO^WhoopIng-Cough 25 ttl—ABthmn. Difficult Breathing 25 82—Ear Discharge, Earache 25 S3—Scrofula, Swellings and "Ulcers 25 24-Genernl Debility, Weakness 25 25—Dropsy. Fluid Accumulations 25 26—Sea-Sickness, Nausea, Vomiting 25 27—Kidney Diseases 25 28-Wervous Debility 1.00 29—Sore Mouth, or Canker. 25 30—Urinary Weakness. Wetting Bed... .25 31—Painful Menses, Pruritus 25 32—Diseases of the Heart, Falpltations.1.00 33—Epilepsy, St. Vitus' Dance 1.00 3Jfc-fiore Throat, Quinsy. Diphtheria... .25 35-Chronic Congestions, Headaches.. .25 »y—Grip, Hay Fever 25 Dr. Humphreys' Manual'of all Diseases at your Druggists or Hailed Free. Sold:by druggists, or sent on receipt of price. Humphreys'filed. Co., Cor.William & JohnSts., New York. H-UMPHREYS' WITCH HAZEL OIL " THE PILE OINTMENT." Fo'rPiles—Extemalor Internal. Blind orBleeding; Fistula In Ano pitching or Blcedingof theEectum The relief Is lm'mefllate-the cure certain. FBIOEr50CTS. TBIAL SIZE, 25 OTS. - Sold by Dro/rgipta, or sent post-paid on receipt or price. ■ODHBEIS'HED.CO., lUtllSWUIiaSt., KnrXork. Came To Saline In 1832 There can he few more interesting- subjects than the one toll of the old pioneer who eame here when there was nothing-but woods and wolves to greet him, and where enwrapped in the gloomy wilderness with his little family, au ax or two and possibly a cow of horse with which to make the start of his life- This has been the experience of many, and the story has been several times told. In those days when they had only molasses for sweetening, neither tea or coffee, and flour and meal that had been made by rubbing the grain between rough stones, not a stove in the house and the floors bare people were happy and enjoyed themselves. Think of the people of to-day going into a new country under such difficulties, how long would they remain, only a short time at best. Major B. Wallace, the only living man in Saline or vicinity who came here as early as 1832, experienced many of these hardships, and his declining years find him in a healthy condition. Mr. Wallace, a native of N. Y. was born March 14, 1818, and with his parents, brothers Charles and Michael and sister, now Mrs. Carven, came to this place May 14, 1832 and settled where George and Fred Schweitzer now live, the place for years after was known as the Wallace tavern Mr. Wallace's first start for himself was on a little place where now stands the Dell school house. At that time Saline Village was a small affair, the Risdon tavern where now stands the Harmon House, a little shanty-store on the McEinnon .corner, kept by Mr.. Finch, and a building which stood near where the Frank house now stands and a small t.aw mill by the Schuyler pond went to make up the little city. On the D. H. Briggs corner stood the old Parsons tavern, and on the flats south of the Minuett mill stood a little sawmill and in connection was a so-called grist mill, the first the country ever knew. During that year the first church, the Baptist, was started. In 1833 Keets built where H. W. Bassett now lives and Finch built the York mill. The first stage through was run by a man by the name of Stikehouse, who made regular trips between here and Ypsilanti. The Presbyterian was the second church built a few years later, and the old'mud church owned by the M. E. society stood opposite Aaron Howard's residence, for its roof M. D. Wallace and W. Brainard hauled the shingles from Flint with team and wagon. Little of Saline that stood in 1832 remains to adorn the plaee to-day. The little oiiiee building nest to Mrs- Forbes, could if it could talk, tell mu.-b that would be ir.teret.tlpg, it was one of th>i wings of the old [-lis don tavern. A Frightful Blonder Will often cause a horrible Bum, Scald Gat or Bruise. BucMen's Arnica Salve, the best ia the world, will kill the pain and promptly heal it Cares Old Sores. Fever Sores, Ulcers, Boils, Fetor's, Com, all Skin Eruptions. Best Pile cure on earth. Only 25 cts. a box, Cure guaranteed. Sold by Lister & Sheeder. 1 Mooreville. Mrs. Frank Haynes and daughter Alice spent a few days In Milan last week. . S. J. Beardsley of Ann Arbor spent Thursday with Orlir Hiscock. Mrs. Geo. Culver of Milan spent Saturday with her parents Mr. and "Mrs. Orlir Hiscock. Benjamin Hammond is ou the sick list with neuralgia of the head and stomach. Layern Ellis of Clinton is visiting his cousin Ernest Greenfield. Allen Forsythe is now papa. It is a boy born March oth. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Fermar March 3, a boy. Mr. and Mrs. Orl Harmon of Rldge- way spent Friday with Mrs. Harmons parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Reese. Born to Mr. and Mrs, Sid Sanford, a giri. Miss Erne Hartwell is visiting in Napolien this week. Earnest McLachlan is in Ann Arbor working for Mansfield Davenport as mail, carrie o. Chas. Horton made a business trip to Detroit last Tuesday. Died, March 8th of Pneumonia and heart trouble, Samuel Clark. The funeral was held Saturday in the Baptist church, Rev. Curtis preaching. The remains were deposited in the Mooreville cemete ry. Milan Locals Thievery Somewhere. Senior Partner—Keep a sharp eye on Holdfast. I'm afraid he's robbing the firm. Junior Partner—Eh? Is he living extravagantly? Senior Partner— Well, I passed him on the sfreet yesterday and he was smoking a cigar that didn't smell had at all. A. Job for the Champion. Ambitious Wife—You were the champion football player at college, weren't you? Meek Husband—Y-e-s, m'dear. Why? Ambitious Wife—Oh, nothing, nothing. Only that ten-a- week clerk is in the parlor with our daughter again. No Douht ol It. Friend—I understand your wife's family trace their lineage back to Will- lam the Conqueror. Sir. Meek—I guess that's so. Old William was a terrible fighter, wasn't he?" Looking Forward, Mrs. Npear—Do you think oiy daughter will he a physician? Professor—I gant zay. She may. She dell me she gome of a long-lived vamily. That Throwing Headache "Would quicHo leave you, if you used Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thousands of suflerers hav?. proved their matchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches. They make pure blood and strong nerves and build up your health, Easy to take. Try them. Only 25 cts. Money back if not cured. Sold by Lister & Sheeder. 1 Oj&. Beats the Signature of 7 The- Kind You Have Always Bought BUY. GOODS IN Mrs. C. M. Fuller is seriously ill with the Grippe, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Goodrich of Ann Arbor were the guests of Ally, and Mrs. G. R. Williams, Monday. Miss Leonia Clark left for Toledo, Monday forenoon, where she will remain for sometime trimming and learning the latests tyles in hats preparatory for Easter opening. Miss Millie Hitchcock is in Detroit posting herself on the new styles in Millinery, ready for Easter opening. H, A. Taylor is doing some fine papering for M. A. Palmer this spring. March 9th, Mrs. John Blakeslee was 70 years old, and her relatives and friends came from far and near to help her celebrate. They all spent an enjoyable day and wished that Aunt Libby Blakeslee could have a birthday party oftener * then once a year. A group picture, taken by Mr. Sirrem the artist was the last scene of this eventful day. All left wishing their genial hostess, many returns of birthdays. Mr. Arthur Vedder anil family of Oakville have rented one of Mr. Marbles bouseson Comity St. Miss Lelia Kelly of tho U. of M. spent Friday aud Saturday in Milan. Theo. Horn and family have moved liito Mrs. Chirks cottage. Eoaier Sill had a grand Stove exhibit under tlm management of E. J, ^Nichols for the Peninsular Stove Co. March 9, 10 aud 11. Thousands of people visited his store during that time refreshments were served to between nine and ten hundred people. About twenty- five hundred biscuits were baked and consumed at this exhibit and coffee most delicious was also served. Mr. H. Hill has every reason to congratulate himself on his sales. Mrs, Lucy Chirk is in Toledo this week baying millinery goods and getting the latest .and finest styles. Mr. A. Millrcse left for California, Tuesday. . Little Florence Schmidt fell Monday, over a scat in A. E Pullmans store and broke her right arm just below where the same arm was broken in the fall. Dr. Pyle was called and reduced the fracture. Mrs. Frank Jones of Ann Arbor was called to Milan, Mouday on account of the illness of her mother Mrs. Case. State ofMiehigan County ol Washtenaw, The undersigned having been appointed by the Probate Court for said County, Commissioners to receive, examine and adjust all claims and demands of all persons against the estate of John fl. Smith late of said County, deceased, hereby give notice that six months from date are allowed, by .order of said Probate Court, for Creditors to'present; their claims against the estateof said deceased, and that they will meet at the late residence of saiddeseased in the town of Saline in said County, on Wednesday the Sdayof Slay and on Thursday the 3 day of Aug ust nest, at ten o'clock A. 31. of Teach of said days, to receive, and adjust said claims. Dated Feoruary ^3rd, 1S99. G. P. Avery dec Feldkamp Commissioners, 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 2-5 cent bottle of either of the above to prove satisfactory or money refunded. Lister & Sheeder, C. F. Unterkircher. Have you *>ioa the Caialogue sysicm of iimiag- EVERYTHING youusoat Wholesale Prices? l¥e can save you 15 to 40 per cent. Gn your purchases. We are now erecting r.nd will own and occupy the highest building in America, employ 2.000 clerks filling country orders exchisivsly, and will refund purchase price il goods don'! suit you. Our fietiaral Catalogue—1,000 pages, 16,000 illustrations, 68,000 quotations—costs us 72 cents to .print and mail. . We will send it io you upon receipt of 15 cents, io show your good faith. mnmmm mm a 09, MIGHIgArj ,Wg. AND 1KADIS0N ST. CHICAGO. CASTORIA For Infants and Children. Taofae- similD sigutan, cf —^^£&:&^ ■^..^■q.->. ->->.^.^^. 'vv»». ^3S^S( & (Si (Si <ti m % need & their Thin, pale, anaemic girls g a fatty food to enrich || blood, give color to I I their cheeks and restore their * I health and strength. It is $ I safe to say that they nearly «? I all reject fat with their food. | 50 YEARS' Trade Mabks Designs Copyrights &c. Anyone sending a sketcu and description may quickly ascertain our Opinion free wnetuer an invention is probably patentable. Communications strictlyconfidential- HandbooSon Patents sent free. Oldest agency foraecuring patents. "Patents taken tfirouEu Munn § Co. receive special notice, without charge, in tna Scientific American, Ahandsomelylllnstratea ■weekly. IiarKest.,cIr~ culation of any scientific Journal. Terms, $3 a year; four months, $1. Sold by all newsdealers, MUNN &Co.3G,Broa^'New jfork Branch Office, B351> Sfc, 'Washington, p. C. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria, OF CO ©' O VE R"'0 B L WimWPOPHGSPfilTES ofLIME&SODA SPRING BLOSSOMS Are making bright our store interior although it may be bleak outside, ■ The blossoms of Spring, how beautiful they are! Beautiful Silks from France, Japan and our own country. Superb Wash Fabrics from Scotlaud and France, and best of all from America, ilegant Ribbons product of many a world famous loom, delicate Laces from the Old world and the new. -Stylish Dress Trim- ' mings that mirror the exquisite taste of France. All these and many more we have to greet your eye. gratify your taste and incidently despoil your pocket- book. Black Crepons Are very scarce, but our buyer has just returuod from • New York and we are again able to meet the [demand for these beautiful Fabrics. Our TR&wt Department^p^*^ Of "Ready to wear Suits for Ladies" makes its bow this week with a superb showing of all the new designs Suits at So.98 to S25.00 that would easily cost you one quarter more if made by a dressmaker. E.F. MILLS & CO., ANN ARBOR. MICH. That I keep the largest assortment and the best quality of -AV Oranges, Lemons, -^^ >j^7^" Bananas,_Orapes, Dates', Figs etc. line assortment of CANDIES Fresh Oysters I also haye the largest and best assortment of CIGARS and TOBACCO'S J. A. ALBER. Envelopes at the Observer Office & is exactly what they require; | « it est only gives them the im-1 I per'snt element (cod-!iver oil) | I ia a palatable arsd easily di-1 I gesfed fosiu,bat also the hypo--|. I phosphites which are so vaiua- jjj I bfe' b nervous disorders that ® '<»"'■"-' . ** <| U3S£™y Escompany anasmia. * I SCOT'S EMULSION is a| I -hlty fsod that is more easily © | cv josisd thsit aay other form ^ f c? .fat. A. certain amount of Jf i ££s!i i:5 necessary for health. » i ¥orJ! csa- get it In this way. | d We have known per= « I seas to gain a pound am i day while taking i%-\ f jj. =oc, fed$r.oo, all druggists. » r "OTT 6. BOWSE, Chemists, New-York. ONE <3!¥PS RELISH Spend a Dollar for Medicine until you Kave tried ^O - You can buy them in the paper 5*6ent- cartons Ten Tabules for Five Gents* mi tort la pat np ciutply to entity th* uairtntl snttat OdMSf. 6x wtl&W (•(•*• If you don't find this sort ^f Ripans Tabules At the Druggist's Send Five Cents to The Ripans Chemical Company, N«r. T9 Spruce St., New Yorfc, and they will be sent to you by mail; or 12 cartons will be mailed for 48 cents. The chances are ten< to- one that Ripans Tabules are the very medicine .yea* need.
|Title||1899-03-16; 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;|
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