1894-04-05; Saline Observer
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**!*"• ' ■"#•£ A. J. WARREN. Publisher.- SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1891. VOL. XIV.—NO. 23. *. r It v V h ■x BUSINESS DIRECTORY. PROFESSIONAL. TJ- E. JONES. Attorney at Law. ' Business attended to with Promptness and Care. Office on McKay street, SALINE, - - MICH. q. ;r.:williams Attorney at Law, Especial attention paid to Pension Claims of all kinds. Newcomb Block, MILAN, - - MICH. O W. CHANDLER, M D., *PHrSICIA]S;and.SURGEOJS. Dfflce on Adrian Street, first door south of the "Wallace Block, SALINE, - MICH. O C. SLAQHT, * Veterinary Surgeon. MACON, LENAWEE CO., MICH. Connection with Tecumseh by Telegraph ,and.by Mail ALL CALLS PROHPILT ATTENDED TO. MISCELLANEOUS. ^ATERMAN' PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY. (Miss Gillett's old stand.) ■Wlllbe in Saline every "Wednesday and shall be jleasedto meet all in need of work in my line. 3all and see samples of our work. P CORDON, The Pioneer Painter. - • Over Forty Years Experience. Carriage, Sign and Ornamental Painting, Paper Hanging, Frescoing, Etc. SAX.INE, - MICH. M. BRISBS, w. Practical Painter. louse painting, graining, paper hanging and kalsomining. All work promptly and| neatly done, and satisfaction guaranteed, SALINE, - - MICH. S/-AN DUZER'S Barbershop. lair Cutting, Shaving, Shampooing and all Work in the Barber Line. Bath room in connection. Hot or cold baths at • ny times. A. B. VaK DTJZEE. SALINE, - - MICH. A. J. "WARREN, CONVEYANCER AND !VTota.s?2f ■ Public ■ AU legal, papers drawn on short " notice and at prices within the reach ol all. General Fire Insurance a Specialty, AffiARBORELECTRIC GEANITE WORKS Designers &, Builders Qf . -*'" Artistic Granite and * Marble Memorials On hand large quantities of all the various Granites in the Rough, and are prepared to execute fine Monumental work on siiort notice. John Baumgardner, Prop. Ann Arbor. Monday's Election As a rulo it is generally calculated that town meeting day must be stormjr, cold, and that the roads must be in a terrible condition. This was an ex- ce ptional one and Tor Monday's vote the day was all that could be expected, roads were good and weather pleasant and not cold, except for some of the candidates. The two old party tickets were all that was in the field and they were each well worked, nearly the entire vote being out. - ' It is quite often said that the world is changing, and when the votes were counted Monday night it demonstrated the fact that matters of politics in Saline township had not simply changed but that a fearful snow drift had swept in and buried the old democratic party who had for years carried nearly every election with from fifty to one hundred majority. Many expressed a knowledge of foreseeing the result, others wondered why, and some kept their own council. All in all it was as great a surprise to the republicans as lo the losers. David Sears was the only democrat elected, and he will carefully care for the township records another year. David has made a good clerk and his work is appreciated. The heavy fight was for the office of Supervisor, in which Hauser's men worked hard and won the fight by 41. The township board for the coming year will stand three democrats, and one republican. Below we give the ballot with majorities: Supervisor Geo J. Feldkamp /* 127 E. A. Hauser 213—41 Clerk D. Sears 192—2 G. N. How 190 Treasurer J. A. Alber 1S4 G. A. Lindenschmidt 227—18 Justice of Peace J. F. Sanford 173 M. Seeger 207—84 Highway Com. W. Clough 176 B. D. Monroe 203—27 School Inspector Webb DePuy 1GS J.Bredermtz 214—46 Drain Com. J. L. Harris 170 John Zahn 212—42 Board of Review 1 yr. 1X1. Burkhart 180 S. D. VanDuzer 202—22 Board of Review 2 yrs Edward DePuy 171 H. W. Bassett 211—40 Constables C. H. Carven 1SS W. Avery 177 S. A. Fitzgerald 184 M. McClue 179 Fred Kobiuson * 189—1 Clark Carter 202—25 C. H. Conklin 202—IS C. Graff 204—25 CITY MEAT MARKET. G. A. LINDENSCHMIDT Is still at the old stand, where he;is always pre pared to serve his customers with THE BEST - IN THE MARKET in the line of Frost and Salt Maats of all Kinds, Poultry, Fish, Sausage, Etc., ^^-1 . AT POPU LAR PRICES. tin pill* Hcsm tvtf.t fer n w,i.f«ctuiiipsa gage. Remember the old stand. C. A.LiNDSNSCHNI1DT SLEEP. Mooreville. "NATURE'S SWEET RESTORER" Miss Cora Reese has gone to Ann Arbor to work. Mrs. Geo Culver is visiting in Ypsilanti this week. Jabus Hall started for Tuscola county Monday night. Will McMullen of Owosso has returned to his work. James Firpuin is moving into Mr P. K. Troop's house. April comes in pleasant but cold. March showed the lion. Miss Maud Collins of Milan is visiting Miss Dora Warner. Geo. Hathaway and wife have returned from their trip in Livingston county and Northville, Miss Nina Lockwood of Milan has been spending a few days with Misses Gertie and Cora Hobbs. The donation for Rev. C. B. Case at Clinton Hobb's was well attended despite the bad weather. The winter term, of school closed last Friday and the exhibition Saturday night was a success. Receipts $13. Mrs. Smith, the evangelist, has so far recovered from her sickness that she will be able to go home this week. She is visiting a few days at Milan. Our township meetingpassed off quietly 440 votes were cast andthe result waD not a victory for either party. Three tickets were in the field, the two old party tickets and the prohibition. Alfred Davenport was re-elected Supervisor "by 12 majority. The republicans carried off the clerks office, Thur- low Blackmer being elected by 53. Milton Hitchcock for treasurer is a democrat and was elected by 30 majority. H. "L. Kelsey, Dem was elected Justice by 3. T. Josenhans, Rep. for Highway Com by 3. G. F. Richard?, Rep. for Drain Com. by 54.- W. W. Kelsey Dem. Board of Revitw by 6. The balance of the ticket being democrats by from 6 to 9 majority. A enre for sleeplessness—Free from Opiates or Dangerous Drugs It is a very old though true saying that "Sleep is Natures Sweet Restorer." A slight conception of tho torture of being deprived of sleep, to a point where brain and tnuscle fail to respond to demands upon them, is had by experiences which have compelled extra wakefulness and a corresponding tax upon reserve energy. A little idea of the sufferings of those who have become the victims of impossible sleep is thus gained, and the seriousness of their conditions partially understood. The weary watcher, for days or weeks by a sickbed—the tired sentinel forced by duty to sleepless vigilance— the railroad engineer deprived of needed sleep by the pressure of unusual travel of freight traffic, get just a .taste of the horrors of Insomnia. Any alarm excited "by its unmistakable symptoms is well grounded, for it is like the stealthy approach of an assassin devoid of mercy and unerring in purpose. As every reader of this knows, sleeplessness is produced by an unhealthy condition of the nerves, consequently the remedy for it is that which restores the nerves to a normal condition. Many so-called remedies for unsound nerves have no real curative properties. Dangerous drugs which produce insensibility, or stimulants which unduly excite are employed, and instead of curing they aggravate the disease, although the immediate suffering from it may be abated. Who can tell how many men and women have acquired the opium habit or become nervous wrecks from the use of chloral, first taken (often prescribed by a thoughtless physician) to induce sleep or relieve nervous pain? If their use is continued the dose sobn has to be increased to produce the desired effect and before the unsuspecting victim realizes the danger, he has a body and soul destroying habit fastened upon him, more to be dreaded than the nerve disorder for which he sought, relief. A genuine remedy has been looked for—hoped for—something to build up, not to tear down. In Dr. Wheeler's Nerve Vitalizer is given to medical science and the world a remedy for sleeplessness and all the diseases growing out of disoidered nerves, containing no morphine, opium or alcohol; and yet unfavorable experiences with "Nervines'' and "Nerve Compounds" make many sufferers, with a disposition to accept tteatment, hesitate to use any remedy recommend, because of fear that morphine or alcohol habit may in this way be. acquired. Right here a scrap from the letter of Mr. Geo. JE. Fish, a leading merchant of Maple Ridge, Mich., is pertinent. Among many other things he says: "For many, many years I awoke in the middle of the night and could not possibly obtain another wink of sleep, but lay nervously tossing until morning. I would not use morphine or opium because I was afraid of acquiring the habit as I had known of others doing, but I tried every conceivable plan to induce sleep without effect. Some time last fall I saw Dr. Wheeler's Nerve Vitalizer advertised, and knowing the makers and that their statement of its being free from opiates •lould. he relied upon, I sent for some of it and it has cured my sleeplessness, which -the clear bracing air of thi northern country had not done. I can go to bed and sleep as soundly all night as any person ought, and can do f they follow my example.1"' This is yaluable testimony in behalf of Dr. Wheeler's Nerve Vitalizer, but it only reflects the opinion of thousands of others who have at last found a genuine Nerva Vitalizer and cure for steeplessnes.—For Sale at TJnfcerkirch - er's Drug Store", Saline. —o-*.*^ Wanted. • Local and Traveling Salesmen to handle our hardy Canadian grown Nursery stock. We guarantee satisfaction to representatives aud customers. No substitution in orders. Largest growers of high grade stock. Over 700 acres under cultivation. Exclusive'territory and liberal terms to whole or part time agents. Write us. Stoke & Wellington, Madison, Wis. Guaranteed Cure. We authorize our advertised druggist to sell Dr. King'sNew Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, upon this coadi tion. If you are afflicted -with a Cough Cold or auy Lung, Throat or Chest trou ble and wiil use this remedy as directed, giving it a fair trial, and experience no bacefit,you may return the bottle and have yonr money refunded. We conld not make this offer did we not know that Dr. King's STew Bis covery could ba relied on. It never dis appoiuts. Trial bottle free at Nichols Bros.' drug store. Largesizjr'SOe and$l. 2 Buoklen's Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for Cuts Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Kkeum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains. Corns, and all Skin Eruption, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Nichols Bros., the Druggists. Don't Tobacco Spit or Smoke Your Life Away s the truthful, startling title of a little book that tells all About No-to-bac, the wonderful, harmless, Guaranteed tobacco habit cure. The cost is trifling and the man who wants to quit and can't runs no physical or financial risk in using "No-to-bae." Sold by all druggists. Book at Drag Stores or by mail free..» Address The Sterling Kemedy Co., Indiana Mneral Springs, ilnd Having secured from a responsible Toledo firm, an agency, I am prepared to furnish any thing you may wish in Foreign Granite, American Granite, White or Blue Marble, Monuments, Markerss Slabs or other Stones. My prices will be as low, as good work and goods will permit, and all work warranted. ALEX BAKER, Saline, Mich. ■ wiimj^winntj^ in imii Din A New and Wonderful Discovery. It can't be beat. Cures corns,bunions, burns, bruises, frost bites, chilblains, sprains,lame back,sore throat or croup, soi'es of any kind,piles. It will heal old sores or fresh wounds without swelling' or inflammation. It will cure sore teats and caked bag on cows, galls on horses, also swelling of any kind on man or beast. There is nothing between the sun and earth that beats this ointment. Also doctor of horses and cows. Conldin's Horse Ointment For ring bones, spavins, splints and sweeny. Made and sold by Charles H. Conklin, at his office, Saline, Washtenaw county, Mich. Be sure and get some that is fresh auu good. I have it at the Warner House. If your cows are sick, remember I can serve you well as my past experience as a cow doctor has-been very successful. DR.. C. H. CONKLIN". Are again running Has just been placed and we, are how prepared to do. as good work as can be done and -to produce as fine grade flour .as can be made from wheat. We shall continue onr - Large Rim of Custom work ancl are in shape to servo you on short notice with good flour Or other milling Our flour will be found in air the leading groceries, and sold as low as any other goods of equal quality. Give us a share of yonr trade. Friis &Minnett.. Is the Best too Good? CAVEATS, HI^BlS^ trade marks, \£3lWS:'Wr - DESICH PATENTS, im^ W COPVRIQHTS, etc. For information and free Handbook write to MUNN & CO., SGI BHOABWAY, NEW YORK. Oldesttrareau for securing patents in America. Every patent tarken oiitbj"us i3 brought before the public by amotice given free of charge vx tho JmnMU ^mnimu Largest circulation of any scientifiCTpaper in Ibe world. Splendidly illustrated. .No intelligent man sbould beiritliont it. "Weekly, ^3.00 a year; Jl^Osix months- Address MUNN <fc CO* gUBiassEES, 361 .Broadway, Kew Tortc City. %- ^ You want a pretty Silk for a Summer Waist, one that will .wear and yet not cost a small fortune, a We offer you* a choice line of Printed India Silks—Equal in every particular to goods ordinarily sold at 75c. Also all shades in a beautiful China Silk—Plain Colors at same price. Our line of trimming Silks in Fancies from 79 to $1.35. Moires and Bengalees at Sl.OO a yd. Surahs from 25c to Sl.OO etc. etc., is a very complete one. the most so of any in this part of the state. A postal card request will bring you samples of any of the above, or any. thing else in Dress Goods or Silks you may write for. You will find we ean save you money if onr prices are compared with Detroit or Chieago. Don't be afraid to ask for samples, we are willing to send them. E. F. Mills & Co. 20 Main St. ANN ARBOR. ONE PRICE.--that price always the lowest. "Av.iWt1sv^.lr^'r.w.*.'i5a5ff^wusT'fl.,srrrgg*r5 We have just placed on sale a complete line of Clothing, G-ents Furnishings and Men aud Bays Shoes. "We shall sell for spot Cash only and will sell. at the lowest possible cash prices. "We shall endeavor by low prices and courteous treatment to make it au object for you to trade with us. Our stoek is all new and every dollars worth, is right in style and price. Give us a Call whon in ne-jrl of anything in our line. m, "=# Respectfully, Parsons, 3 .Wallace Block, Saline- The New Detroit Disc Harrow, The Morgan Spading Harrow. ; The Acme Fia-lverismg Harrow, Are a few of the new tools we have this Season. Tlie Bissell Improved Plow to tlie front, with more points of merit than, any otlier plow on earth. We are seldom out of during the season. A fine lot of IB^LoXcL -P-eeiS-. .;. now on hand "Very Truly,'. il rSf&fJW SSt".'X. ■••i iILumJl.'- Vfr.
|Title||1894-04-05; 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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