1891-05-07; Saline Observer
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If? pmmsmmxtsa ■ . ■ ..^.-. -... -^.^.-^r^-wmvi". '^a ■*■'■• MSB! HE A. J. WARREN. Publisher. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THUESBAY,. MAY 7, 1891. VOL. XL—NO. 28. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. PROFESSIONAL. F. E. JONES. Attorney at Law. All Business attended to with Promptness arid Care. Office on McKaj- street. SALINE, - - MICH. Q. R. WILLIAMS Attorney at Law, Especial attention aid to Pension claims of all kinds. New-comb Block, MILAN, - - MICH. TT A. NICHOLS, Kl. D., EHIS1C1AS and SUKGEOS. Office atNiclio SALINE, ' tos". drug store, MICH. NEIGHBORHOOD GLEANINGS. Newsy Notes and Occasional Occurrences From our Near Neighbors. p F. UNTERKIROHER, Wl. C, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Calls promptly attended to at all hom-s. Office in Hauser Mock, Chicago street. SALINE, - - MICH. O W. OHANDLER, M O., PHYSICIAN and SURGEON iiffice on Adrian SU-eet, first door sour'i o£ tliuj where Wallace Blocl*. The next s-herift' for Monroe county has been named. Rather premature we think. The Wayne Congregational church will soon listen to the melodious strains of a new $1,000 organ. The work of tiling the Dundee fair grounds has been commenced. Something like 400 rods of tile will be used. Monroe county is too poor to afford a new jail, however much, they need it. 2,162 votes were cast for it and 2,278 against. The A. A. Agricultural works last week received an order for a carload of hay tedders to be shipped to London, England. [ The Democrat tells us that brother 1 Beaks, of the Argus, is a candidate for city treasurer. Mr. B. is evidently | looking out for a fat office this time. ! There is talk of the T., A. A. & N. M. ! By. building a new iron bridge over ! the river at A. A. which we believe I will be a, profitable investment to the ! company as the old one is not safe. Tpsi. Commercial: In every town they have been established, SALINE, MICH. II Q HELLEH, D. Q DENTIST. t pickle factories have proven an excel- ; lent thing for the farmers round about. . One man at Wayne sold $12(> worth of \ cucumbers and 60 bushels of ears of corn off one acre Many years practice have given C A. Snow & Co. Solicitors of Patents, at Washington, D. C, unsurpassed success in obtaining patents for all classes of invention. They make a specialty of rejected cases, and have secured allowances of many patents that had been previously rejected. Their advertisement in another column, will be of interest to inventors, patentees, manufacturers, and all who have to do with patents. A Wonder Worker. Mr. "Prank Huffman, a young man of Burlington, Ohio, states that he had been under the care of two prominent physicians, and used their treatment until he was not able to get around. They pronounced his case to be Consuption and incurable. He was persuaded to try Dr. King's "New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds and at that time he was not able to walk across the street without resting. He found, before he had used half of a dollar bottle, that he was much better; he continued to use it and is to-day enjoying good health. If you have any Throat, Lung or Chest Trouble try it. We guarantee satisfaction. Trial bottle free at Geo. B. Mason's Drug Store. 5 Electric Sitters. This remedy is becoming so well known and so popular as to need no special mention. All who have used Electric Bitters sing the same song of praise. A purer med- cine does not exist and it is guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Electric Bitters will cure all diseases of the Diver and Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Boils, SaltBheum and other affections caused by impure blood. -Will drive Malaria from the system and prevent as well as cure all Malarial fevers. For cure of Headache. Constipation aud Iudigestion try Electric Bitters, Entire Powder Headquarters for the best Tooth in the market. Office over Nichols Bros'. dni£ store. SALINE, - - MICH. T- G. SLAQHT, Veterinary Surgeon. Graduate of Chicago Veterinary College, Ci-sidenco 1J4 miles east of Pennington s Corners. Calls may beleit at either of the stores at the Corners. All calls promptly attended to. MACON, - - MICH. ! The colored ministers of Pittsburgh, | Pa.;' are very indignant over the way ; they are treated in the north. They | denounce real estate firms for refusing ' to let them houses, and say that great- ' er discrimination exists agaiust the negro in the northern states than in the southern. The Dundee Reporter says that rules girls posted 25 pennies on a card and sent it to an eccentric young- man of that town with the request that he go i and have his hair cut orget married, j This seems a rather hard position to be placed in. He would naturally feel compelled either to obey the command or return the money. The Ovid Union sets forth a rather , peculiarly made up family, who^ it is said, are all nicely situated under one roof, in the township of Victor, and consists of the following: One grandfather, oue grandmother three mothers, two aunts, three daughters, one daughter-in-law, one widow, 'arriage. Sign and Ornamental Painting, Paper j one uncle, three nephews, two nieces, satisfaction guaranteed, or money refunded. Why don't some Of our people try il? Price 50 cents and SI per bottle at Geo, B, Mason's Drug Store. 5 MISCELLANEOUS. WATERMAN'S PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY. (Miss Gillett's old stand.) Will beln Saline every -Wednesday and shall he pleased to meet all in need of work In my line, •j.-illaad see samples of our work. For HEALTH, BUSINESS OR Pleasure! If you want to look better, feel better, act better. RIDE A BICYCLE ! Men or Women, Old or Young, do you want a Bicycle? Send for catalogue to T. B. Rayl & Co. Detroit ■- Mich. F. COREOI The Pioneer Painter, Over Forty Years Experience. FASHIONABLE .DRESSMAKING. Hanging, Frescoing, Etc. SALINE, - MICH. YY wi. smsss, Practical Painter. i live cousins, two fathers, five grandchildren, four sons, four brothers, three sisters, one sister-in-law, one father-in- law. There is peace and good will even unto the last. The county of Washtenaw, as well as louse ise painting, graining, paper hanging and j Ypsilanti, has lost a good citizen in the fcalsomining. All work promptly and | -"-l/*"-"'""! ""° ""> = . nun try done, and satisfaction guaranteed. CUTTING-, FITTING- and all kinds of dressmaking done neatly, promptly and in THE LATEST STYLES. SALINE, MICH. y-ANQUZER'S Barber Shop. fair Cutting. Shaving, Shampooing and all Work in t>.e Barbel- Line. Bath room in connection. Hotoreold baths at ny times. A. B. "CAN DUZEE. SALINJS, - - -MICH. A. MILLER & SON. (Successors to J. A. Albert. "52 . removal of W. H. Hawkins to Detroit. The Ypsilanti Sentinal says: 1 In the departure from this city of i Mr. Walter H. Hawkins. Ypsilanti; I loses not only a pioneer, but one of the j Rooms in the Fred Gordon, jr.. bouse; jtnost public-spirited citizens she has! over known. Tor years aud years no [ public enterprise has been pushed to i success which has not found him an ' ardant and valuable worker, aiid many public improvements stand as monuments to his zeal. Imported Style Plates kept constantly on hand for ready reference. Mrs. J. H. .Warner. £&al@. f Roll of Honor. First-class ii<*;s at reasonable rates. School report for the month of April. | HIGH SCHOOL. ] -Elmer Bassett and Alden Commerui-il travelers ami their biig- firaafe carried to and from adjoining towns with promptness: and at rates. Old American House Barn, SALINE, - - MICH. m BauiRaraner (Successo to Anton Eisle.,) —: DEALER IN and American Garble, and stone. Corner of Detroit and Catherine Sts. ANN ARBOR, " MICH ?-©feign Granite March- Isbell. j April—Alden Isbell, Daisy Humph-1 rey, Mattie Sehaffer, Theodore Hill,; livinel Allen Wood. Percent of attendance j 190. j SECOND GRAMMAR.. j Florence "Griggs; 'JSGertie Drake S)7; I Aggie Sears, Cora Young, Mina Bor-! ! dine Minnie Baty, Minnie Sehroen 96;: Lulu Valentine,, Mabel McKinnon, Lillie ; Seliaffer 93. Per cent of attendance! FIRST GRAMMA1! [ Adolph Lederer 97; Ida Walk' iLinuie Rogers OB; Lulu Hi El U i 1 d 1 fl P* f -^Snes McKinnon, Homer Hoyt 95; "* Rose Woodj Clara Sturm Oil; Charlie I Watson 90. Per cent of attendance 92. SECOND PRIMARY. Weissinger rs HEADQUARTERS FOR FURNITURE AND Undertaking. SS;iPictare Frame Monldmg Noted Jersey Bull, YORK STOKE POGIS, No. 26,456 A. J. C. C, Sired by Stoke Pogis of Linden, 10,- 558 (a full brother to Miller & Sibley's famous cow, Matilda 4th. She officially tested 21 lbs., Si ozs. butter in seven days). He by Stoke Pogis, 1,259, sire of Stoke Pogis 3rd, who sired 27 cows averaging over 20 lbs. of butter apiece in seven days. Mary Anne of St. Lambert, 86 lbs., 124- ozs. in seven days, is a daughter of Stoke Pogis 3rd. Stoke Pogis, 1,259, sired Stoke Pogis oth with 17 tested daughters in the list Stoke Pogis, 1,2-59, -also sired Marjoram 2nd, 15 lbs. La Petite Mere 2nd, 15 lbs, 11 ozs. of butter in seven days and others equally as good. It will readily be seen that Stoke Pogis, 1,259, and his sons are the greatest producers of butter cows. The dam of "Fork Stoke Pogis, 26,- 456, was the grand imported cow Recalcitrant, 22,012, sired by "Nbnparil P. 37 H. C. He was accounted the best bull on the Island and for two years was awarded 1st prize over Jersey. Recalcitrant's dam was a testsd cow and winner of the silver cup on the Island. York Stoke Pogis -will/be found at my farm 1J miles south-east of Saline. J. F. Avery. The Dovetailed Hive. The Dovetailed hive has been before the beekeeping world for three years and its great superiority for the production of Comb Honey has been fully demonstrated. Its ease of manipulation, together with the fine workmanship and best quality of material used in its construction, make it the most popular hive in use. It holds eight Langstroth Frames, .which is the standard frame the world over. The Surplus Case holds twenty-eight one pound sections. The whole case can be taken from the hive in less than a •ninute and without killing any bees. Founda- tiou starters are included in all our hives for both brood frames and sections. Price of Hive complete, nailed aud painted Si. 30; the same in flat§1.20 Discount on ten or more. Acomplete line of Apiarian Supplies on hand. Send for our free circular. J. H. & A. L. Boyden, SALLNJE, MICH. THE BATTLE WON, No more lice on I your poultry or« about your poultry house, if Howard's porrh guards are used. By simply filling the cup. shown in cut, with kerosene oil all communication between the haunts of the vermin aud your poultry is out off. 1c should be understood that these pests, com. monly calledmites.orchickeu lice- are not bred upon the fowls, but in the cracksanrt crevices of tho poultry house, from whence they reach the fowls by way of the perch. Send stamp for descriptive circular and price list. Liberal discount to agents. Address the inventor, A. H. HOWARD, Saline, Mich. READY FOR BUSINESS I have purchased the Sellairer stock of Harness and Harness Goods aud have moved' to the Wallace block, where I am prepared, to show a full Hue of Light and Heavy Harness, Kobes. Blankets. Dusters, Whips, and everything in the line of horse goods. Harness made to order and Ke- pairing promptly done. EverytMDg atRocItBottom Prices,for Cash A share of your patronage solicited Respectfully, A. W. LASHIER. Snujr liftla fortuiieshaTelieenmttJBat ■work -for ii**-, by Annii Page, Austin, iTesn«, ami -Tho» lttniii, ToU-ilv. Ohio. iSec cut. OthciBoredoiuR-as-'Ycll. Wlij- in-it you? Some earn -over #51)0.110' «. jinoiith. Vou roiulo the work anOliv* Jitt "home, -trlierrviT yun are. Kvetobe- pinncrs are earfly eanuusr from Jf5 to If 10 a day. All ajfr>< W'v -»liow you linw and "tartyw»* Vnu work J" >iinni ttm« or all Hip time* Dip money tOi-M-nrk- «rs. Failure tmkmmit atnunp iht-tn. "NTCVT and wonderful. 1'artimtars free. H.iliillett<fc Co.,lSox 880X*ortIaud,&luine SALINE REPAIR SHOP. When tn" need-of Repair Work iii the line of JEWELRY, WATCHES, CLOCKS, SE WING- MACHINES, BICYCLES, G-OTS, ETC. Gi.ve'me a Piill and F will guarantee *":itisfaction. »Respectfully, E.H. GRHS'SY, Wallace Block. i Jennie Laine 97: Floyd Bennett, i Blanche Mead 96; Myrtle D.unu. j Rhona Seliaffer, Ailleeu Seitrs, Plaud [ j Davenport 95; Henry Sehroeu, Henry j J Blnmhard, T?red Solomon il-l; Alphouse ;; ] Schmid,Herman Josenhans,LeaSchroen ; ii)o; Carl Gillen, Minnie Keibler, Dora [Mason 91; Mary Ehiiis. Edna Wood, | John Wiiliams 90. Per cent of attend-. ance 90. • KERST PKBIiVEY. j George Barnhard, Herman Ehuis,' Willie Fuoss, C'hauesy and Max Fitz- j gerald; Roman Gillen. Chris Guizel, j Carl Josenhans, David and Ernest i Keibler, Louie tiehalfer, Albert Solo- ! mon. Jay Watson. Homer Wood, Wal- j ter Glover,* Eva Cressy, Minnie Day, i Grace Fitzgerald, MinnieGuizel,Emma I Gross. Emma Klein, Olive Moore, i ■ i Amanda Sturm, Maysie Wheeler, Jennie and Ethel Wood, Lydia Fierbaeher.. Per cent of attendance, lo. J« »S a Alwnvs on hand. eissmgex'. or Falling Slctness CAN be CURED. * We will SEND FREE by [ a large TRIAL BOTTLE; l treatise oa Epilepsy. DON'T : ANY LONGER! GivePostOf- fice. State and County, and Age plainly. Address, THE HALU CHEMICAL CO., 88S0 Fainnount Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa. NO MONEY NEEDED. PAY US IN WORK. — THE — AMERICAN PUBLISHING HOUSE, 3860 PAIBMOTJ1J-T AVENUE, PHILADELPHIA, FA.> Mean -what they say WHEN THEY SAY that any man, woman of child in the United. States can have one of these $55 High-Arm Sewing Machines without paying us any money. You can choose either WALNUT or OAK woodwork. SELF-THREADING, RUNS LIGHT, ALMOST NOISELESS. . AUTOMATICBOBBIN-WINDER. All attachments, includmg Tucker, Runlcr. four Hemmers and Binder, in VELVET-LINED CASE. , Wc wantyou to do a little work for *us ia your own town. Vou can do it in two or three days, or if you choose you can do it evenings. If you want to tyc secure, this chance to get a machine without paying money for it, direct to the company as above and re- ceive hy return of mail foil particulars how to order. The J. T. Jacob & Co. We shall place on sale this week the Greatest Bargain in $8 Suits for men ever offered in Ann Arbor, We have|aken a lot of Suits that sold for a great deal more money, and shall CLOSE THEM OUT AT THIS PRICE. Also a Large Line oi CHII,BRS3HPS SUITS FOR $2.90 The Best Pants, for workingmen, ever seen for only 75c. The greatest line of Outing Shirts in the City. The place is at J. T. JACOBS & CO.'S, 27 and 29 S. Main St. - _ Ann Arbor Ar- We sell over half the Kid Gloves used in Ann bor. Why? Because we give better values and larger variety to select from than any other store. Good -t-biittan Kids Better quality Kids * . . Piff Skin Biorritz Gloves - Genuine ••Bioi-ritz," best grade. "Sappho" 5-liook Kids, worth SI.25, Four-button Kids, fine quality, - - "LeGrand" 7-hook Kids, superb goods, - - "Portaine" Undressed Mousguetaires - - Children's Kids, hooks or buttons, - - Any quality sent by mail on receipt of price. E. F. MILLS & CO., The popular store of the University City. The only complete stock in Ann Arbor 2Js?y Goods,, ©eait?s Furnishings, Carpets, Ciariains. 20 South Main Street. - - Ann Arbor 49e. 73c. 73e. 98e. SI.00 S1.00 SI. 50 $1.50 SI. 00 GKO TO GR0F00T 5 CO.'S FIELD PEAS, FARM I1PEMENTS, FENCE WIRE _A_zclcL A Full Line "of Hardware. FOR HAVE FENCE AND BAR Also a new tiling in Galvanized Twisted Wid And will meat any-prices given you h} o*$ier dealers- :*».«.
|Title||1891-05-07; 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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