1893-05-04; Saline Observer
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& f \%l f & A. J. WARREN. Publisher. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1893. VOL. Xni.-NO. 28. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. PROFESSIONAL. i E.JONES. Attorney at Law. Business attended to with Promptness and Care. Office on McKay street, SALINE, - - MICH. Q. H. WILLIAMS , Attorney at Law, Especial attention paid to Pension Claims of all kinds. Newcomb Block, MICH. MILAN, rj A. NICHOLS, M. D., PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Office at Nichols t'ros'. drug store. SALINE, - MICH. Mooreville. Rain, rain and mud. Mrs. Fox left Saturday for her new home at Charlotte. Lemuel Goldsmith of Huron, Ohio, has heen spending a few days with his parents here. Marvin Davenport of Ann Arbor, spent Sunday with his brother. John Jackson and family attended the funeral of Mrs. J's mother, (Mrs. Gauntlett,) at Milan Monday. Third Quarterly meeting of the M.E. church will be held next Sunday evening. F. E. Holcomb was home over Sunday. D. P. McLachlan lost a 3 year old colt by getting east in the stall. Milan Murmurings. p F. UNTERK1ROHER, Nl. D., PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Calls promptly attended to at all hours. Office in Hauser block, Chicago street. SALINE, - - MICH. O W. CHANDLER, M D., PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Dffiee on Adrian Street, first door south of the Wallace Block, SALINE, - MICH. p C. SLAGHT, Veterinary Surgeon. MACON, LENAWEE CO., MICH. Connection with Teeumseh by Telegraph aud by Mail. ALL CALLS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. MISCELLANEOUS. WATERMAN'S PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY. (Miss Gillett's old stand.) Willbein Saline every Wednesday and shall be Dleased to meet all in need of work in my line. Sail and see samples of our work. l^ CORDON, The Pioneer Painter. Over Forty Years Experience. •niTiage. Sign and Ornamental Painting, Paper Hanging, Frescoing, Etc. SALINE, - MICH, ViT M. BRIGGS, Practical Painter. louse intuiting, graining, paper hanging and kulsotniiiing. All work promptly and neatly done, and satisfaction guaranteed, SALINE, - - MICH. Council Proceedings. yANDUZER'S Barber Shop. lair Cutting. Shaving, Shampooing and all Work in tie Barber Line. Bath room in connection. Hot or cold baths at ny times. A. B. VAN DTJZEB. SALINE, - - MICH. A. MILLER & SON. (Successors t" .T. \. Alber). Feed and Sale Stable, First-class rigs at reasonable rates. Ooinmei-eial travelers and their baggage carried to and from adjoining .owns with promptness and at living rates. Old Warner House Baru, SALINE, r -r MICH. John Baumgardner, The mud is nice and soft and wet in this vicinity, rain was the cause of it. Milan swears, have been exhausted over the condition of the weather, all to no purpose. School is in a nourishing condition.- Mrs. Arba Andrus is ill with throat trouble. Mrs. H. Vincent is quite ill. Mr. C. M. Debenham will soon leave for Owosso where he is employed by the T. & A. Road as yard master. Mr. Chas. "Wilson is beautifying his home this spring. Mr. Fred Wilson is building a fine residence. A musical is billed for the oth of May at the residence of Geo. Mintos, Mr. and Mrs. Barnes Of Quincy, Mich are the guests of their son Mell Barnes and family for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Hinkly entertained guests from out of town Monday. Mrs. James Gauntlett Sr. died April 29th, after a severe illness. Mr. and Mrs. H. Knight entertained guests from Blissfield last week. A large number of the I. O. O. E. and wives attended the 74th anniversary celebration at Ann Arbor Wednesday notwithstanding 1he inclement weather. Rev. J. O. Heck and family returned Thursday from their Teeumseh sojourn. Mr. A. J. Harrington gave a tine SteroptLcon illustrations of the effect of aluohol on the system, Sunday evening tit Grays Opera House. Mr. Milo Clark of Mooreville, called on friends hero Saturday. Mrs. Dyke is building a new walk iu ' front of her housj. Mrs. Swindt is seriously ill. Mr. A. Newcomb is building a line cottage. Three linking resorts in Milan. A number of out- people will attend the Baptist Association at Ann Arbor this week. Mr. aud Mrs. Reynolds left for Detroit Tuesday where they will make it their home for tho present. R-jv. L. P. Davis D.D. of Ann Arbor, will let-lure on "Tact" at the M. E. Church Tuesday. Mrs. K. Barnes and son of Dundee, are visiting friends here this week. Mr. and Mrs. A. Delatorce have moved into part of Mr. G. Warners house. Mrs. F. A. Blin of Stony Creek was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Will* iams Saturday. Mrs. J. Dexter's children are still geriqusly ill with diphtheria, j Mrs. 15- BrQwn returned from her j Detrpil sojourn Hatiu'-day. Mr. and Mrs, Eugene Wisdom and | family, will leave for Denver Colorado, in \\. few woek.Sr Special meeting of the village council held at the council room April 27. Meeting called to order by President McKinnon. Trustees present: Jackson, Harmon, Burkhart, Hauser. Absent: Gloyer, Marsh. The bonds of the two drug stores and of the four saloons were then presented and accepted with the principal and sureties as follows: SALOON. Mary Shafer principal, John Schafer and George Renz sureties. August Binder principal, Philip Stierle and J. Geo. Finkbeiner sureties. Geo. Doelker principal, Michael Zahn and Wm. Guenther sureties. Henry Frank principal, J. G. Frank and Valentine Boettger sureties. DRUGGISTS. C. F. Unterkircher principal, J. Sturm and D. Nissly sureties. Nichols Bros, principal, E. W. Wallace and S. H. Maher sureties. Council adjourned. J. McKtNNON, C. N. How, President. Clerk. Regular meeting held May 1,1S93. President J. McKinnon in the chair. Trustees present: Jackson, Hauser, Glover, Burkhart. Absent: Harmon, Marsh. Minutes of previous meeting read and approved. The street committee report receiyed in which they claim that SSOO could be used to advantage on the streets, also recommend tho purchase of a road machine. Motion to raise §300 by tax was then carried. The following appointments were made: Health Officer—S. W. Chandler. Marshal—F. Jerry. Village Attorney—F. E. Jones. On motion the clerk was authorized to procure a set of books for use of the treasurer. The following bill was then presented and after being read was ordered laid on the table: Saline Village Corporation to Mary D. Baty Dr. To damages resulting from injuries caused by defective sidewalk on McKay street, north side of premises occupied by S. H. Maher. Medical attendance S 5-00 Loss of time 15 00 Pain and suffering resulting- from injury 50.00 §70.00 Thu finance committee re.portedfa- vorably ou the following bills and orders were ordered drawn for tho same: "A wolf in sheep's clothing''—the substitute offered by the "cutter" as being just as good as 'Ayer's Sarsaparilla. If you don't want to be bitten, insist upon having Ayer's Sarsaparilla, even if it is a little dearer. Depend on it,it will be cheaper for you in the end. The man who called sarsaparilla a fraud, had good reason; for he got hold of a worthless mixture at "reduqed rates." He changed his opinion, however, when he began to take A'yer"s Sarsaparilla. It pays to be careful, when buying medicines. A Leader. - ~ Since its first introduction, Electric Bitters has gained rapidly in popular favor, until no w it is the lead among pure medicinal tonics and alteratives—containing nothing which permits its use as .a beverage or intoxicant, it is recognized as the best and purest medicine for all ailments of Stomach, Liver or Kidneys. It will cure Sick Headache, Indigestion, Constipation, and drives Malaria from the system. Satisfaction guaranteed with each bottle or the money will be refunded Price only 50c per bottle. Sold by Nichols Bros. 2 Guaranteed Cure. We authorize our advertised druggist to sell Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, upon this condition. If you are afflicted with a Cough, Cold or any Lung, Throat or Chest trouble,, and will use this remedy as directed, giving it a fair trial, and experience no benefit,you may return the bottle and have your money refunded. We could not make this offer did we not know that Dr. King's New Discovery could be relied on. It never disappoints. Trial bottle free at Nichols Bros.' drug store. Large size oOc and §1. 2 ■m THE STORE 10th Special Sale » HVCay ei3lb_ -bo ISi^lx M. D. Wallace, street work. * J T.utz, street work, .1. Lufz, cemetery work, M. D. \Valllace, cemetery work, H. Tripp, cemetery work. W. French, cemetery work, 52.20 .50 4.12 4 12 4.50 3.58 Council adjourned. J. McKinnon C. N. How, Clerk. President. ^-« «>— — Real Estate Transfers. Real estate transfers in this vicinity for the week ending April 29,1S93. Reported by .lame.-. Keauns & Co.,abstractors, Anu Arbor, Mich. Office with county clerk at court house, Comstock F. Hill and wite to David Mandt, Saline. § 2,914.50 John Wirth to Fuller Dexter, Milan .,, is 1,000.00 M. R. N. Schiwn to Walter E. Nordman, Pittsfield S 2,280.00 Walter E. Nordman to M. R. N. SohrijMi, Pittsfield ...S 2,2S0.C0 (guocessor to Anton Efsle,) DEALER p? Foreign and American Marbie, Granite and Building stone. Corner of Detroit and Catherine Sts. ANN ARBOR MICH. A. J. WARREN, CONVEYANCES AND Notary m All legal papers drawn ou short notice and at prices within the reach of all. General Fire Insurance a Specialty. Mollis Philippe anil tl»e Queen. Lioiiis Philippe and Queen Victoria were onoe walking in the garden at Eu. when he offered her a peach. The queen seemed rather embarrassed how to skin it, when Louis Philippe took a large claspknife from his pocket. "When a man has been a poor devil like myself," he said, "obliged to live on forty sons a day, he always carries a knife. I might have dispensed with it for the last few years. Still I do not wish to lose the habit; one does not know what may happen.''—San Francisco Argonant. American AVoi-kingmen, Hoiking so much snrprises Englishmen who visit this country as the dignity and good manners of American workingmen. An Englishman who f onud himself hard up in the far south and took to making orange boxes for a living declares that Ins fellow -workers, mostly white mechanics, were all gentlemen. They saw that he had been acevtstQjced to a differ* ent mode of life, but all fcrobore to ask embarrassing questions, and while none cringed before his evidences of former good fortune all were respectful of his superior education.—New York Sun. The Century Company will show in their exhibit at the Columbian Exposition a great number of interesting original manuscripts and drawings for important Illustrations in The Contury and St. Nicholas- Manuscript poems by Tennyson, Longfellow, Whittier, and Bryant will appear in the St. Nicholas exhibit, with the manuscript of the first chapter of, "Little Lord Fauntleroy by Mrs..Burnett, and original stories by other well-known writers. The originals of famous letters and documents quoted in Messrs. Nie- olay and Hay's "Life of Lincoln"' will be shown, including a certificate of a road survey made by Lincoln in 1S3-1. with bill for his services at S3 a day, the letter of the committee apprisiug Mr. Lincoln of his first nomination for the presidency and his reply, Ihe corrected copy of the inaugural address from which he read, May 4, 1861, the original draft of his prdelamation calling for 7o,000 men, drafts of important messages to Congress, as submitted to the cahiuft, Mr. Lincoln's, wiiltvju ; speech on presenting Gvunt his commission as lioutun;mt-gen<.-i\il. and the autograph copy, in pencil, of General Grant's it»ply. Letters from General Grant to the editors of The Century regarding his papers for the War Series —the lass from Mt. McGregor—will be exhibited, with original mane criptsby General McClellan, Joseph E. Johus ton, and others. To Preserve The richness, color, and beauty of the hair, the greatest care is necessary, much harm being done by the nse of worthless dressings. To be sure of having a first-class article, ask your druggist or perfumer for Ayer's Hair Vigor. It is absolutely superior to any other preparation of the kind. It restores the original color and fullness to hair which, has become thin, faded, or gray. It keeps the scalp cool, moist, and free from dandruff. It heals itching humors, prevents baldness, and imparts to THE HAIR a silken texture and lasting fragrance. No toilet can he considered complete without this most povmlar and elegant of all hair-dressings. "My hair began turning gray and falling out when I was about 25 years of age. I have lately been using Ayer's Hair Vigor, and it is causing a new growth oE hair of the natural color."— II. J. 1.0wry, Jones Prairie, Texas. "Over a year ago I had a severe fever, and when I recovered, ray hair began to fall out, and what little remained tiftued gray. I tried various remedies, but without success, till at last I began to Use Ayer's Hair Vigor, and now my hair is growing rapidly and is restored to its original color." — Mrs. Annie Collins, Digliton, Mass. "I have nsed Ayer's Hair Vigor for nearly five years, and my hair is moist, glossy, aud in an excellent state oE preservation. I am forty years old. and 'have ridden the plains for twenty-five years."—Wm. Henry Ott, alias "Mustang Bill," Newcastle, Wyo. Ayer's Hair Vigor Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer& Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by Druggists Everywhere. Fifty doz. Suede Monsqiietaire 8 inch. Button Gloves in Brown, G-rey, Mode and Tan. EVERY PAIR WARRANTED. e© The Gloves we offer in this Sale are not a Job lot or Gloves that have been mussed and shop wombiit clean fresh, goods from our regular Stock the G-TJARArTTEED PRICE OE which is $1.50. We have them in all sizes from 5 3-4 to 7. MACK & SCHMID «< MILLINERY. >> Ladies of Saline and vicinity you are cordially invited to call at my new store in Union Block and examine my large and elegant stock of Millinery and Fancy Goods IMI_l?s. ZEC. _A__ G-lasier H>To_ 1 is the. place lo get sill kinds of ^BAKERS GOODSt» id Oil llHMII llV-ill specialty. ©IsmcsG©. lbusti> m din Bri'tuI and lJiWt«sry Cooking Wi! U'SO keep a Hue of All snoods delivered promptly. Bring your Butter and Eggs and get the Cash or Trade Remember Xo. 1 and 2 Walluco Block, under the Opera Rouse. 3L_ 3VE. ..07BCOS3ST. KO.2 WALLACE BLOCK IS WHERE YOU CAN GE l' A GOOD MEAL CHEAP Jm. BdisAMsMJi »iznn»3M ut it i f u i ■ u inn tm tmiitmm ii ri 111 tt ti t :;u ii i in it 11 :t ■ >■ imi i ■ ■ f «> (BEa/MBEE TOaSPin£ra SSI s careful investigation ;is to our rcs'ionsibil- = | ity and tiie merits of our Tablets. | riUUlItllllEIIUHHIUIIUlllCfUIlUUSfllEtlllllllllSKIIiatll^ttm iMM Double Chloride of Gold TaMets Vi'ill completely destroy the desire for TOBACCO iu from 3to5 days. Perfectly harmless ; c:utsc no sickness, and may be given in a cup of tea or coffee tvithoutthe Know! edge of the patient, -svlio v.-lll voluntarily stop smoiinK or ehewiug in a. few days. BPiUMEMESS aili lOEPME HABIT SS£S^8S5^trtoS,S2•Sft^,,■ the patient, by the use of our SPECIAL FORMULA COLD CURE TABLETS. During treatment patients;are allowed the free use of Liquor or Morphine until such time as they shall voluntarily givp them up. Wosend particulars aud pamphlet of testimonials free, aud s hejrladto place sufferers from any of these habits iu eoinumnic tion with persons who have been cured by the use of our Tablets. HILL'S TABLETS are for sale by all j?iest- druggists at 5 1 .OO per package. If your druggist doesnot kceptheni, enclose its S 1.0 and we will send you, by return mail, a package of our Tablets. "Write your name aud address plainly, and state -whether Tablets are for Tobacco, SIorpMue or Liquor Habit, DO NOT BE DECEIVED into purchasing any of the various nostrums that are bein offered for sale. Ask for "FTTT-.T^ff TABLBTS and take no other.- Manufactured only by A# i* ^i A PEI Testimonials from persons who have been, cured by the-use of THE OHIO CHEMICAL CO,, 51, 53 & 55 Opera Block, LIMA, OHIO. FARTICCXAES FREE. *:ie Ohio Chemical Co.: -" . • Dear Sin:—1 have been using yonr for tobacco habit, and found it would tt you claim for It. I used ten cents £ the strongest eheiving tobacco a day, and irom one to live cigars; or I would smoke from ten to lortv pipes of tobacco. Have chewed and smoked for twenty-five year.--, mid two packages of your Tablets cured me so I have no desire for it ■ B. 31. JAYLOIU),. Leslie, 3Iicb. Doebs Fe«ey, X. Y. The Ohio CitemicaI/ Co.:—Ghstlemes:—Sometime ago I sent for 91.00 worth of your Tablets for Tobacco Habit. 1 received tliemallrightaud.altboughl wasbothiLheavysmoUcrivudchewei-,. I they did the work in less than three days. I am cured. Truly youri, MATHElV J011X.SOJS, I'. O 33ox45. Prr-TSEiniGH, Pa. The Ohio Chemical Co.:—Gbstlemex:—It gives me pleasure to speak a. word of - liquor, aud"t 7.- ■ constant drinker, and -will not touch liquor of any 1 you, in order to imow the cure was permanent. Tears truly, Mils. HELEN HOEE1HON. Cixcrsi-ATi, Ohio. The Oiuo Chemical Co :—Gentlemen:—Your Tablets have, performed a miraele in my case. 1 h:i.i' -«d morphine, hypodermically, for seven years, and have becu cured bytheuseof wo packages of youi Tablets, and without, any effort on my part. V,'. L. LOTEGAY. .AxUlross*-- nil Ortloxv. to 5 RESPONSIBLE = JAGENTS WANTED; tniuuutiumuiiuinti ■ i ■■■ Tl 51, 53 and 53 Opera Block. L15V5A. OHIO.
|Title||1893-05-04; 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.|