1891-01-08; Saline Observer
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SiSiiiwtefe'^^ md iiivn naif 1111 iiinii ■!■ itrnjni mim>WimmiHmtmmm &**■ The Observe *«*• m ^ NISSLY & WARREN, Publishers. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1891. VOL. XL—NO, 11. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. PROFESSIONAL. P E.JONES. Attorney at Law. All Business attended to with Promptness and Care. Office on McKay street, SALINE, - - MIGH, Q. R. WILLIAMS, Attorney at Law,, Especial attention paid to Pension Claims of all kinds. Eoom 1, Blackmar Block, MILAN, - - MICH. TT ' A. NICHOLS, M. D., PHYSICIAN and SURGE05. Office at Nichols Bros' SALINE, drag store. MIOH. p F. UNTERKIRCHER, Ni. D., PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Calls promptly attended to at ah hours. Office in Haiiser block, Chicago street. SALINE, - - MICH. Q ;W- CHANDLER, Wl D., PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Office: on Adrian Street, first door south of the Wallace Block, SALINE, ' - ' - MIOH. jg §. HOLMES', KS, . PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Office aftd residence in If. (J, J'owler'p house, Ong dqop -west Qf 4- Sturm's harness shop, pftjlapratiiptt}-attended night and day. '.SALINE, . ~ " NEIGHBORHOOD GLEANINGS. Newsy Notes and Occasional Occurrences From our Near Neighbors. MICH. H HELLER, D. D. S., DENTIST. Headquarters lor- the best Tooth Powder in the market. Office over Nichols Bros', drug store. SALINE, - - MICH. 0 C. SLAGHT, ^eter-mary gurgeoR. praduate. of Chicago Veterinary ttollege, ppsijjence 1J4 miles, east of Pennington's Cor; iters. Calls may beleft afeitlier Of the." 'stores at the Corners. All calls pi-qmptly attended tq. MAQON, MISQELLANE§US. TSTATERftlAM'S » PHQTOGlRAPll GALLERY. (Migs gi]lett^ old stgnd.) Wittbsin Saline eyary -Wednesday and W*d) Vi6 pleased to meet all in need 6E vot-k'Sn' mi" line1; Sail and see samples of our work, J ft, ALBERT JTIfgt-plass rigs at reasonable prices. Conimei:- ci^l'trayel'ecg and their baggage carriejl tq" anyadjoihipgtownsl ""' Buss to and from ail towns., The Pioneer Painter. Over Forty Years Experience. 3arriage, Sign and Ornamental Painting, Paper Hanging, Frescoing, Etc. SALINE, - MICH. Wr Nl. BR'.GES. pragtiGal Painter. JEouse painting, framing, paper hanging and ~" Ifalsqmiuiug. All work promptly' aud geajily dqne, and satisfactiqn guaranteed, -1 MI-OH, SAM^B, yAN DUZER'S Barber Shop. lair Cutting. Shaving, Shampooing and impo Work in tlie Barber tine. all Bath room in connection. Hot or cold baths at A. B. VANDUZER. MIH. ny times. „ SALINE, MUSIG LESSONS. Or Ann Arbor has 24 resident lawyers. There are only 33 grocery stores at the county capitol. "Whittaker Lutherans will build a church, the coming- season. The M. C. E..B. expects to cut 4,000 carloads of ice at Ann Arbor. That's cool. The Ann Arbor Agricultral Works have been reincorporated with §75,000 capital. The "Huron Valley Building and Savings Association"^ is Ann Arbor's latest organization. E. A. Putnam, one of Milan's young merchants is prospecting for a location to start a branch store. T, J. Keach, of Ann Arbor, has sued ¥m. Burke for slander and wants §10,- 000 to heal his wounded feelings. Ann Arbor is*over-run with dirty, lazy tramps. Saline, fortunately, is not troubled much with these animals. Ann Arbor Presbyterians presented their pastor with §102.50 in cold cash, Christmas. It was all in gold and silver at that, Qver 4,Q00 parcels were mailed from the Ann Arbor postoiflee the four days preeeeding Christmas and nearly as many received, The Central Lake Ice Co., of which the Asbleys are leading stock holders, will put up extensive ice houses at Whitmore Lake. Dr. W. W. Nichols, one of Ann Arbor's extensive fruit growers, is putting up 200 tons of ice to use next season in his fruit storage house. The Ypai.-A. A. motor line is completed aud the cars running-. Don't be surprised if you see them running \jx Saline before the close of "91. null ifp, and consolidate with a Yasgor factory. It wasn't, a bjig- ono, but Stpckbridge don't like t,o see it go... Dundee gave an entey-tain,meni;- on New years night tfc,6 jjEaceeds of which, $?ovi% £>;iT-e.,i t.&HitteW-^0?' fte?s'stMi'-aH tire. "That is good, practical religeon. "Exchage is no robbery," they say. During county clerk Hewlett's term of office he made Brown his deputy and now that Aj-t has captured ^9 ?t%g }\§ The old Foilett house, Ypsilanti, which has prpved an "elephant" upon the hands of all who have h,ad. i\ h^tj HI t'VTOtilW itjia again t^V,s-H'.e|up,Biiftd.''1 Shig time* a Me. Sase will trey it| Adrian Press:; ¥h,a reunion of tbe G-unn family want Pf, Qtoist'ffliva, ut t;hayesidep_Qe ol Ate. Sl'OWTt, of C'lln- lau, No one was killed, although every Gumi and son of aGunn was loaded—after dinner. Argus: The fire department was called out Tuesday evening to put out a fire caused by the burning qf a pawist- mas tree ill th,es i-,es\dence of. cashier 3?r,ed Belser. The fire was extinguished, without "much dainag.e before the department arrivedj but tlie Ch.ristm.as tree is no. more. The S,ip,pkbsu-|g£ 8,un gave the io\-. Ip^ing bit of bisWy velated by a "sol= flier boy," which may be food for reflection for any -who begrudge the "vets" some privileges they now enjoy: Anson Croman, a member of the 20th Michigan Infantry, recently related the following Christmas reminiscence Of war times. "Twenty-seven years ago this Christmas, Anson, John Bushman, Lewis Brower, and George and Jacob Sayers were mess mates. They were encamped on the side of the mountains at a place known as Blane's Cross Boads in Tenn. Their cracker linebeinssfitf Begister: With the beginning of the new year a stock company, organized ciidder the laws of Michigan as "The Begister Publishing Company," takes charge of the- entire business in. the Begister office, except the management of the Ann Arbor Begister, which will be under the control of S. Moron. This company expects to do a general publishing business and has sufficient financial backing to guarantee the success of the undertaking. The sewing machine that was among the presents to be given away last year by J. T, Jacobs & Co., bas never been called for and will be disposed of in tbe following manner: Those who wish can send in sealed bids and they will be opened February 2nd, at 4 p.vm. The money received for the machine will be given to the ladies' charitable union. From now Until the time of opening bids the machine can be seen at the store of J. T. Jocobs & Co., 27 and 29 Main st., Ann. Arbor. Those who mail the bids please write "sewing machine" on the left band lower corner of the envelope so they will not be opened till the time. Council Proceedings. Begular meeting held Jan. 5,1891. President S. D. "Van Duzer in the chair. Trustees present: Josenhans, Jones Jackson and Clarke. Absent: Brain-, ard and King. Minutes of previous meeting read and approved. Moved by Josenhans that the fire bell shall not be rung for any purpose whatever except in case of fire. Carried. Moved by Clarke that the president be authorized to settle with. 'JSfissly & Warren for ren,^ ^f council rooms for 1890. 'i%e fuianee committee reported favorably on the following- bills, and on motion orders we?e drawn for same: S,T). VanBuzer. wood; $3.00 E> V, Fort}, lumber-. 1.27 Cta motion meeting adjourned. S. D. Van Dtjzer, L, L, TCtt-BY, President. Clerk. v A Favorite Paper. The publishers of Youth's Companion have issued a beautiful Calender for 1891, unique and convenient, which contains also the Announcement for next year. Among the new names which will grace this model young folks' weekly paper are the Lord Chief- Justice of England—Coleridge, Hon. Seth Low, the venerable Hannibal Hamlin, Camille Flammarion, Sir Norman Lockyer, Gen. O. O. Howard, Bev. Lyman Abbott, Jules Verne, Max O'Bell, Julia Ward Howe, Walter Bes- ant, Benson J. Lossing, the eminent historian, and CarlLumholtz. Truly a host of names in themselves, sufficient to warrant the success of apaper. Five serial stories are promised, by Molly E. Seawell, Bebecca Harding Davis, Julie M. Lippman, H. H. Boy- esen and Elizabeth W. Bellamy. A popular series on the latest discoveries in science will treat of the stars, the moon, the earth, the ocean, and the Gulf Stream. There will be another popular series on music by Mme. Albani, Emma Juch, Mme. Nordica, Marie Van Zandt and Emma Nevada, while Amelia E. Barr, Mary A. Livermore, Jenny June and Marion Harland will tell what a girl of sixteen can do when thrown on her own resources. Full Prospectus and Specimen Copies sent free, on application.' The Moon-Weather Problem. From tables made by the use of synoptic charts, eliminating local disturbances, Dr. G. Meyer believes he has accomplished what other investigators have sought to do without success— shown an influence of the moon on the weather. The height of the barometer, in months of September to January, is lowered at the time of full moon and raised during tbe first quarter. No ' effect can be traced for other months. Artificial Skull-Shaping. Astonishing success has attended tbe efforts of Dr. Launelqflgu.tj, at} eminent specic^igt Qf Bar-is,, to, give intelligence |6, -a, }ittle idiot gi.vt. Though four y-eai'8, old, the child could neither- walk nor stand, and never smiled nqv took notice of, anything. The. doctor- oon- (^dadthat th.©. abnormal narrowness pf- the h,eacl qhstvuctecl the growth of the hraiu, and in May last he made an incisioii in the centre of the skull and out a piece of bone from the left side. The result was marvelous. Within less than a month the child could walk, and she has become quite bright—playing, smiling, and taking notice of gw*'y* thing around her. ilnging . and Voice Culture. .A-IE1. Claris:, E. Main St., Saline, Mich. SALINE SHOP, .. fci.L. '.v.- /••' Wbsu ill-need of Itepair Work in the lin'i of JEWELRY, WATCHES, - CLOCKS, SEWING- MACHINES, BICYCLES, GUNS, ETC. Give me a call and I will guarantee satisfaction. Respectfully, E.H.C§?ESS,Y, Wallace Bl ock. The Potato Disease. Electrically-Aimed Guns. In a new invention, a small dry battery, an electro-magnet and a circuit closer of mercury are so arranged in the stock of a gun that the weapon can be disohavged only when elevated to a predetermined angle. At other positions the trigger is locked and cannot be pulled. The device is claimed to ensure precision in range, and accuracy of firing at night when the range has been previously obtained. READ? FOR BUSINESS I have purchased the So.ha.Wr stock of Harness and Harness Goods and have rfiaved to the Wallace bloek, where I am prepared to show a full line of Light and Heavy Harness, Robes, Blankets,, Dusters, Whips, and everything in the Une of horse goods. Harness made to order and Repairing promptly done. Everything atRocfeBottom Prices.for Cash A share of yonr patronage, solicited Respectfully, A.W. LASHIER. S.JOSENHAN'S lit January -11 - to -17. 200 White Bed Spreads, Worth' $1.25 each, for 79 OZEGSTTS EACH.' 50 fancy $2 Cord Spreads $1.25 EACH. Remember our General Reduction Sale, before inventory. Samples free. ANN ARBOR, MICH In Denmark, some interesting. ivn.d_ perhaps very valuable, rj0,&e.miehes, into, the potato disoage h,ftve been made by Pfp.f. 3. L,. Jenson. The disease is foujiA to. co,ngist of a fungus, whose spores ave carried! by the -wind, and which fipst attacks the foliage of, the plants. It spreads to the tubers in about seven days by spores washed down from the stem and foliage. Coo- sidering these facts, it was thought that the tubers might be protected by mould- ingthesoilintoabroadridge, 3or4jREpAIRINC ft ^ inches high and 10 or 12 inches wide, " -ivA™-^. after the first weeding, and a furtheKi ,„,.-'._ . ' .. „ earthing up on one side o.nlv.-^.^WSing. aqdgeiieriilJablnng, the piagta ^o, b^i^" aa that the gpor-es Stand from Under, Down go the Prices In order to moyo a large portion of our stock the next 30 days we will make prices never before known in Ann Arbor. Large Line of Boys', ten's and GMten's Suits At One-tMi'd off B.3gnis3? F^icss. 200 Single Pants at 1-3 off former prioes; A Lot of Underwear at 1-2 price. ; - All Neckscarfs at 1-2 price. ■-■•-• Children's Wool and Ootton Waists at 50c on the dollar. A few more Fur Gaps at 1-2 price. A great reduction on every Overcoat in the house. Gloves and Mittens rediiced, at J. T. JACOBS & GO'S, 27 and 29 S. Main St., Ann Arbor o o o o p o o o o o o SHORT but\jhErtftfi inakg'it 'fi| tl}ey did not know," 'ipr. all/the rations they haft "ffas a little eopo meal, Ijuelqly, Anson found eleven beeves'tails that had been overlooked by the rest of the company. These they dressed for soup, but all they had tor seasoning was their corn meal for thickening. No salt, no pepper. This constituted their Christum dinner. They were equally destitute of clothing as well as rations. Their regiments numbered 300 men, and of that number 53 had no underclothing, 121 no shoes, 169 no socks, 89 no pants., 5u no coats, 123 no overcoats, i* iio'blilulv- ots and 7.5 no. teuis. T.heVe wtis" but one as in'thfe V^gimlsht. This may seemin- c|i;edib,le to many but nevertheless it is true, AnPon ?^so related his experience of the Efe'w Years day foUpwing- this Christmas feast—a day that has gone down in history as the'''Cold New Years," Those of us old enough to recall the weather- of those times will be reminded that the last day of 1803 was a warm rainy day. As in Michigan, so was it in Tennessee, and Anson informed us that all day through the rain he had tramped barefooted over the Cumberland mountains, as guard for a forage train. Night coming on, the train ^6v(l^'ia^away. |i:Qrn_ the ridges—with* in seven days after the. appeayanee of the disease an, the foliage. Some 150 fer-inerg ave saM to have experimented in this way, with these astonishing results: Where no moulding or earthing up was done, the percentage of diseased potatoes was 34; where the moulding was perfect, only 1. Infection during harvest was prevented by allowing the tubers to remain in the ground tar. a month after the withc.j^iig.'p.Hheiops. • —r . «* o 1 Does This Mean You ? I have on my books many long standing accounts that must be settled. 1 have waited patiently apt} now ask you to veti]y-n the favor. Don't puss th.is by t but if you owe me, come and see tne, ns I must have money to pay bills. G. A. LlNDENSCHMIDT. SATISFACTION GTJABANTEED and prices reasonable. Shop on Ann Arbor street. near Slain. SALINE, MICH iMn Baumgardner, (Successo toAnton;Ei5le><J DEAM& B?—= All having accounts with me that are past due will confer a great favor by settling the same at once, without further notice. Respectfully, . A« 45. i o o o o o o o p, o o Foreign Q«d American Marble, Granite and Building stone, Cornet of Eettoifc and Catherine Sts. ANN ARBOR, MICH. POULTRY, POULTRY. I am now prepared to buy all poultry in the vicinity of Saline. For good fat stock I will pay highest market price. It always pays to know your poultry is fat before putting it on the market. "Will receive each Monday at stopped at a log farm barn, filled with j usual place; farmers wishing to deliver oats in the bundle. Into these oats he | on any Monday will receive same price with others, burrowed, their blankets' as is paid for that week, providing being wet, froze stiff, and- during the! stock is in good condition. Poor stock night he forze both feet. Said Ans. "I j is a detriment to the buyer and of but shall .always remember the cold New . little value to the seller. Years." . | R. H. Mab&s. FORD & SON Have an elegant line of CARRIAGES. ROAD CARTS AND ROAD WAGONS, with and without top, and will make you better prices than at any time before this season. Top Buggies from $50 up. 10, 15, 20 mifl 1 Gallon Crocks on tend. o I 1, W, FORD &, SO' $■»■ JfeLS'
|Title||1891-01-08; 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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