1894-04-12; Saline Observer
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-t^gawn »r ■'- -;*& .- i,.yiMLHia,.;u.mm.iM..KLULra,iu.LM use •^' A. J. WARREN. Publisher. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1894. VOL. XIY.-NO. 24. ^ v! fc %*■ BUSINESS DIRECTORY. PROFESSIONAL. TT* E. J O N e:s. Attorney at Law. Business attended to with Promptness and Care. Office on McKay street, SALINE, - - MICH. q. ;r.-.willian»s Attorney at Law, Especial attention paid to Pension Claims of all kinds. Newcomb Block, MILAN, MICH. C W. CHANDLER, M D., PH¥SICIAF,and SURGEON.. Dfflce on Adrian Street, first door sont *i of the Wallace Block, SALINE, - MICH. ~« C. SLAGHT, c. Veterinary Surgeon. MACON, EE'SAWEB CO., MICH. Connection with Tecumseh by Telegraph •and.by Mail. ALL CALLS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. MISCELLANEOUS. VX7ATERN1AN' PHOTOGBAPR GALLERY. (Miss Gillett's old stand.) "Willrbein Saline every Wednesday and shall be jleasedto meet all in need of work in my line. tJulland see samples of our work. p CORDON, The Pioneer Painter. Over Forty Tears Experience. Carriage, Sign and Ornamental Painting, Paper Hanging, Frescoing, Etc. SALINE, - MICH. Council Proceedings. Cy Nl. BRJQSS, Practical Painter. louse painting, graining, paper banging and kalsomining. All work promptly audi neatly done, and satisfaction guaranteed, SALINE, - - MICH. yAN DUZER'S Barber"Shop. lair Cutting, Shaving, Shampooing and all Work in the Barber Line. ' Bath room in connection. Hot or cold baths at • nrtimes. A. B. VaKDUZER. SALINE, - - MICH. A. J. WARREN, T=s^QO!jyS¥^??pER ANp-r-rrr ■> Public» All legal papers drawn on short notice and at prices within tho reach ot all. General Firs Insurance a Specialty. AMARBORELEGTRIC CHtANITE WORKS Designers & Builders of 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 short notice. John Baumgardner, Prop. Ann Arbor. Regular Meeting held Apr. 9th. 1894 President J. McKinnon in the chair. Present trustees: Jackson, Harmon, Burkhart, Sturm, Schittenhelm. Absent: Hauser. Minutes of previous meeting read and approved. Bond of village treasurer Ehnis and sureties of constable Jerry, approved. The President announced the following standing committees: Finance Hauser, Burkhart, Sturm. Ordinance Sturm, Burkhart, Hauser. Street Jackson, Hauser, Schittenhelm Cemetery Burkhart, Schittenhelm, Harmon. Ways and Means Harmon, Jackson, Sturm. President pro tempore George Burkhart. The amount fixed for the liquor bonds was $3,000.00. The council then appointed for Health Officer Dr. S. W. Chandler, Marshal Alex Baker. Sexton Jacob Lutz. Special Police H. A. Jewett Chief of Fire Department O. M. Kelsey. The following prices for labor for the ensuing year were then made; Street work per day §1.2*5 Street Com. " 1.25 Health Officer per year 5.00 Clerk " 3*5'00 Marshall " 60.00 and 25c for eaeh meal furnished tramps or prisoners. The question of opening the west end of McKay street was referred to the street committee, The President was instructed to confer with village attorney Jones, with reference to a plan to encourage the building of concrete sidewalks, and to report sa me at the next meeting. On motion, the President, Sturm and Jackson were appointed to confer with the G. A. R. in relation to the observance of Memorial Day. A resolution was then passed that the council encourage the planting of trees along our streets, and that said council furnish free to all within the Tillage limits, who will set and care for them, any number of maple trees necessary to fill in where others have died out, or set new rows as the case may b.e, the setting of san}e to he unr der the supervision of the street com? mittee. All who wilt accept the offer, leave word with the President, before nest, Tuesday night, the-number of trees, they can use, The iliumoe committee reported, favorably on the following hills and orders were ordered drawn for the same J. Sturnv* lumber 15,78 .J Claverliill reprsoraper 1.50 S, W. Chandler health officer 3.00 E, It. Cullen team work 3 00 M, D, Wallace street worlf 2 «>■ F, Jerry marshal salary 10,00 F. Jerry Care o£ tramps _5.50 Meeting adjourned. J. McKinnon, C. N How, President. Clerk. 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 Fresli and Salt Meats of all Kinds, Poultry, Fish, Sausage, Etc., AT POPULAR PRICES. It. mi Me Etesm curtlt lor manufacturing sa sage. Heulember the old stand. C. A.LINDENSCHMIDT A Picturesque Wedding. Mrs. Van Kortlandfs eldest daughter was married the other day and has gone oft' on the popular wedding tour, to the Mediterranean, to Athens and Cairo, on a three months' trip. Inconsequence of the excitement andover work entailed by the great making-ready and the proper carrying out of the ceremony, not to speak of grief at parting from her firstborn, the dear lady has gone up to her country place to vest for a bit. It was truly a splendid affair. The brines bonnet was white orchids, her gown white miroir velvet. Her great train was borne by two tiny eous- ins in full Charles I, costumes of while satin, and up the aisle she was preceded by a bit of a girl cousin,whose white lace frock was, as well as the little boys, copied froni Van Dyke's portraits ot the children of Charles I. Over her flowing golden curls the little one wore a white satin skullcap topped hy a tiny diamond button, and the boys carried in their hands gold topped canes from which fluttered streamers of white satin ribbon. We all craned our necks and giggled with delight to see marching down the rose strewn aisle, beside the tiny maid of honor, Uncus, Mits "Van Kortlandfs giant St. Bernard. Around his groat neck was a collar of white orchids, and by white satin ribbons the little girl held him in dainty lease. He seemed in nowise 'disturbed by the music, crowd, or solemn proceedings, hut gravely sniffed the heels ot the bridegroom as he carried the pretty bride away on his arm, as though to assure himself his mistress had fallen into proper hands.—Demorest's Maga- 'zine for April. Bridgewater Budget. Mr. and Mrs. Kirkwood of Fremont Ind. spent Saturday and Sunday with their son I. "W. Kirkwood. Rev. Clessler paid Ann Arbor a visit Monday. An enjoyable quilting party was held at Mrs. Geo. Mann's Wednesday. Gotlob Paul will lease his place here and locate at Norvel where he has purchased the* Martin Bross property. Will Haares who has been visiting at Jacob Knapp's has returned to his home in Owosso. Milan Murmurings. Rain, cold, mud, wind, and grey sky are the order of the week. The coal merchants are out of coal and think they will not order any more this spring, so we would wood to keep the chills away for the next thirty days, more or less. Mrs. Chas. Sill is quite sick with La Grippe. The summer term of school commenced last Monday, with a full attendance. Mrs. Ball, of Ann Arhor, is visiting friends in Milan, for a few days. Miss Millie Hitchcock has gone to Ypsilauti to learn the milliner's trade. Surprise parties are in order this spring. The Chautauqua circle met at the residence of Mrs. G. R. Williams Sat. afternoon. The circle is doing a fine line of literary work. Every two weeks the members give a very interesting program in the line of select reading papers, talks, and debates, on fine subjects. The village can boast of a few bran span new sidewalks. Rev. J. Ward Stone delivered a fine sermon to a large and attentive audience, at the Baptist church, Sunday evening, the first of a series of sermons on the Young People of the Bible. Ten tramps slept in tho cooler one night last week. The ladies will indulge in a tea social Tuesday afternoon, at Mrs. Geo. Taylors. Bents are way up in G here and houses scarce at that. Mr. J. Lockwood has purchased Mrs. C. Crandle's house and lot, and will move this week. Mrs. Blum leaves for Cass. City, the last of the week, where she will spend the summer with her daughters. The Baptist ladies will indulge in a New England supper, at their church parlors, Saturday afternoon and evening. A short time ago either your Milan correspondent announced through mistake, a maple sugar social, at the church parlors on Sunday evening, or else the. composition was in error. Be that as it may, we wish to inform you that that la a new departure and one we have not, as yet, enjoyed. Chas. Gauntlett has commeuced work upon his new house. Rev. J. Swindt and wire were happily surprised one evening, by their congregation giving them a call the e** vent being their fortieth anniversary. Their many friends gave them, a substantial remembrance, as a token of their regard and spent a very enjoyable evening. E. A. Reynolds made the presentation speech in his usual able manner, which was responded to by Rev. Swindt in behalf of himself and wife. His words were well chosen. The company left In due season, taking with them the good wishes of host and hostess. Miss M. A. Palmer returned Tues. from a weeks sojourn at Holly. Mrs. S. E. Tripp is entertaining friends from Trenton. Atty. Williams yisited Ann Arbor Wednesday. Mrs. A. Hitchcock, Dept. Great Commander of tho L.O.T.M., organized a Hive at Mayhoc, Thursday evening. F. Swindt is visiting in Jackson. C. M. Fuller and wife are at homo to theii' friends. Notice. By mutual consent wo have dissolved all partnership deal. Any aud all accounts due the firm now belong to George Schmid who will nlso pay all or any accounts against us. Geokge Schmid. Joe Schmid. SUUlMMm a Tear 15 otrlng mule by rjirnn II Goo(Hv!n,'l'roy.rr*..y.,atwork for us. Header, you may not umko as ntucli, but we cau tcacli you quickly liow to earn from S3 to SIO a day- at the start, and more asyougi. ou. Hotlisexes,all ac.es. Ihanyirartot America, you cau clvtuincnce at home, giv- inj** all your tiii'iyir spare, moments onlvio the wotk. All is new. GreatjiaySCKl-r'lcj every worker. We start you, fqmisuiRS everything-. EASILY, rStEEDlLl" learnt:,!. I'Al.i'lCULAKS FilEE. Address at once, STIXBQH Ss CO., rOUTLASD, JU1M- UucMen's- Arnica Salve. The Best Saete in the world for Guts Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Bheum, Sever 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 bos. Por sale hy Nichols Bros., the Druggists. Don't Tobacco Spit or Smoke Your Life Away s the truthful, startling title of a little hook that tells ail about No-to-bac, the wonderful, harmless, Guahanteed tobacco habit cure. Ths cost is trifling and the man who wants to qnjt and can't runs no physical or financial risk in using ''No-to-bac." Sold by all druggists. Book at Drug Stores or by mail free./! Address The Sterling Remedy Co., Indiana Mneral Springs, tlnd 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, Markers5 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. mn W fl m ill A New and Wonderful Discovery. Itcan't bs heat. Cures corns,bunions, burns, bruises, frost bites, chilblains, sprains,lame back,sore throat or croup, sores 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 ot horses and cows. Conklin's Horse Ointment For ring hones, spavins, splints and sweeny. Made and sold hy 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 cau serve you well as my past experience as a cow doctor has been very- success tul. DR. O. H. CONKL1K. Are again running Has just been piaeed and we are now prepared to do as good work as can bo done and to produce as line grade flour as can be made from wheat. We shall continue our Large Hun, of Custom work and arc in shape to serve you on short notico with good flour or other milling Our flour will be found in all tbe leading groceries, and sold as low as any other goods of equal quality. Give us a share of yoar trade. Friis & Minnett. s the Best too Good? CAVEATS, TRADE MARKS, DESICN PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS, etc. Por imformation and free Handbook write to SIUNN & CO, 361 Beoadwat, New York; Oldest troreatt rfor.gecuring patents iii America. Everypatent taken out by ns is brought before tlie public bya notice given free of charge in tbe $ nmiiUt ^mmlum Jjarpest circulation of any scientiSepauer in the world. Splendidly illustrated. Ko intelligent man. should be wiifcout it. VTeefely, !?3.00 a year; $150 six months. Address 3IUKN & CO, fa dbiisiteks, 3G1 Broadway, New Yor£ City. You -^ant a pretty Silk for a Summer waist, oae that will wear and yet not' cost a small fortune. We offer jou a choice line of Printed India Silks—Equal in every particular to goods ordinarily sold at 75e. Also all shades in a beautiful China Silk—Plain Colors at same price. Our line of trimming Silks in Fancies from 79 to S1.35. Moires and Bon- galines at Sl.OO a yd. Surahs from 25e to 81-00 etc. etc., is a very complete one. the most so of any iu this part of the state. ' A postal card request will bring yon samples of any of the above, or any thing else in Dress Goods or Silks you may write for. You will find we can save you money if our prices are compared with Detroit or Chicago. Don't be afraid to ask for samples, we are willing to send them. 20 Main St. ANN AHBOR. ONE PRICE.—that price always the lowest. Ul^JAlA:Sil>sm-7ttt-j^UJ!UX3±- *-" * ^y^T"^* Tg*rygr^Tsr^G5gz*2i*.'**a.iai» In need Of a new Suit, Spring Overcoat, Hat, pair of Shoes or - t anything in the Furnishings line, should look over our stock laafore buying. We buy and sell for cash only, and take advantage of all discount. By doing so we can sell goods cheaper than on a credit basis. Our stock is all new within a month, not shopworn and out of date. We havo a line of Shoes for the Men and boys that is very complete—Shoes—Rubber Boots and Rubbers. You will find In our Hat stock all that is new, aud at the right prices. We are 'Ilaiidlmg tlie WONDER OVERALLS And Cotton Pants, and -,vill replace any pair that rips, with a new pair free of charge for Shirts, Underwear, Hoswry, Collars and Cuffs, Handkerchiefs^ Suspenders etc. We ask aa inspection of our line before you buy. Hiarper & Parsons, 3 Wallace Block, Saline- FfS1 rae ^lew Detroit Disc narrow, The Morgan Spading Harrew, The Acme Pulverizing Harrow, Are a few of the new tools we have this Season. The Bissell Improved Plow to tlie front, ■with, more points of merit than any otlier plow on earth. We are seldom out of ISSII5S during the season. A fi&e lot of ZET±©lcL Peas now on hand. Very. Truly, or f-rL-^A TV*---"—I C-.-"^ I'- "\r -W ." r^ ii •"-". '"'Is) i '-* -*» &—*%■ \ ® ted Catalogue of .-i-rra -s t ?T"c",T'.'F'4*^ ^ Kepeating M .« "'^.-_. V"^ Repeating Shot Gtins l:W^gEhJllJ3RJJ Ammunition TQ r^ f-ls^t'iili. ' - -""'-'*■ i \~A~L\,Hli Stey iH^V-ViW K*-&J&h irlPSKa^ -,*r^W<A>iito«, ■Btt' r,f#.
|Title||1894-04-12; 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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