1895-05-09; Saline Observer
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K+$Fr*lVly!!~vV2. " '"■ <* • Tfmmtmgfxmmfffwm"'" ' &V #" A. J. WARREN. Publisher. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY, MAY 9,1895. VOL. XV.-NO. 28. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. T W. GAUNTLETT, D. O. Graduate of the Chicago Ophthalmic College and Hospital "Will call and test your eyes if you address meat MILAN, - MIOH. T> F. SHEEDER, A. M., M. D Physician & Surgeon. From the XX. of M. and Jefferson Hospital College, Philadelphia. Late assistant to the Bliss Eye Hospital, Springfield, O. . Special attention given to the eye. Eyes tested aud glasses fitted. Office and Residence—the Marsh house, Chicago St. SAUNB - - MIOH. D % R. G. E. HATHAWAY, Dentist Office over Nichols Bros, drug store. SALINE, - - MICH. F e. jo:nes. Attorney at Law. Business attendedlto with Promptness and Care. Office on McKay street, SALINE, - - MIOH. Q. |R. WILLIAMS Attorney at Law, Especial attention paid to Pension Claims of all Icinds. Newcomb Block, MILAN, - - MICH. O W. CHANDLER, M D., PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Office on Adrian Street, first door south of the Wallace Block, SALINE, - MICH. p C. SLAGHT, Veterinary Surgeon. MACOtf, LENAWEE CO., MICE. Connection witn Tecumseh by Telegraph aud .by Mail. AM. CABLS PKOUPTLY ATTENDED TO. ■fX7*ATERMAN' PHOTOGKAPH GALLERY. (Miss Gillett's old stand.) Will bein Saline every Wednesday and shall bo leased to meet all in need of work in my line. ZaX\ and see samples of our work. piSH'S Barber Shop. lair Cutting, Shaving, Shampooing and all Work in the Barber Line. HOMER FISH. SALINE, - • MIOH. .A. J. WARREN, CONVEYANCER AND Notary - Public. All legal papers drawn on short notice and at prices within the reach of all. General Fire Insurance a Specialty. CITY MEAT MARKET. G. A. LINDENSCHMIDT Is still at the old stand, where ho is always pre pared to serve his customers with THE BEST IN THE MARKET in the line of Fresh and Salt Meats of all Kinds, Poultry, Fish, Sausafe, Etc., AT POPULA. "RICES. Complete steam outfit for manufacturing sau sage. Remember the old stand. C. A. LINDENSCHMIDT Council Proceedings. Regular meeting held May 6, 1895. President G. Burkhart in the chair Presenttrustees: Hauser, Harmon, Schittenhelm, McKinnon, Jackson. Absent: Sturm. Minutes of the previous meetings read and approved. A report of the street commissioner on the defective sidewalks, presented. On motion the street commissioner was ordered to notify all parties to build a new walk where needed and repair those that needed repairing. Transcript of Circuit Court judgment and of cost in the Mary D. Baty case of |348.00,also the petition of said Mary P. Baty asking that the said amount be assessed upon the taxable property of this village to pay the said judgment and cost of suit, was presented. Motion by Jackson that an order be drawn on the treasurer in favor of the President for the sum of "J3IS to pay the Baty judgment; motion did not meet with approval. P. E. Jones was re-elected village attorney same as last year. President nominated Geo. Barr for street commissioner; no action followed. A motion to raise no money by tax this year was then carried. On motion the sum of §200 be appropriated for cement or concrete walks, also that the applications for such walKS he numbered until the two hundred dollars is so expended. On motion the board of ceme.tery trustees be empowered to receive bids for an addition to the cemetery, to be submitted to the council. The following bills were allowed. Wm. Brainard, Marshal, care tramps S5.73 Geo. Cullen, Street Work, .75 Andrew Riggs, " " .®i 51. D. Wallace, '" " 4.40 S. W. Chandler, Health Officer for *91 S.OO Meeting adjourned. G. BURKHART, C. N How, President. Clerk. Saline, May 6, 1895. Present A. J. Warron, chairman; A. C. Clarke and G. C. Townsend. A motion was made and carried, ordering the sexton to set a post at each end of the walk outside the cemetery, to prevent teams driving therein. Following bill allowed: C. N. How, books and blanks for Cemetery §5.31 raking cemetery 3.75 A. Eiggs, C. Marion. W. French, J. Lutz. 3.50 5. DO Meeting adjourned. A. J. Warren, C. I"". How, Chairman. Clerk. CAN I OBTAIN Foe a prompt answer and an honest opinion, write to MI7NN Ss. CO.. who have bad nearly fifty years' experience in the patent business. Communica tions strictly confidential. A Handbook of Information concerning Patents and how to obtain them sent free. Also a catalogue of mechanical and scientific books sent free. Patents taken through Hunn & Co. receive ■pedal notice In the Scientific American, and thus are brought widely before the public with- ont cost to the inventor. issued weekly, elegantly illustrated, has b: This splendid paper, . strated,hasbyfarthe largest circulation of any scientific work in the Special Meeting held May S, 1895. Roll call, full board present: By unanimous consent,all voting, the motion adopted at a former meeting to raise no money by tax, was re- cinded. Motion by Hauser to raise by tax §358.00 was carried as follows:— Yeas—Harmon, Hauser, Sturm.Jack- son, Schittenhelm, McKinnon. Nays—None. Motion by Jackson that an order be drawn on the treasurer for the sum of S353.00 in lavor of President Burkhart to pay the Baty judgment. Carried as follows:— Yeas—Jackson, Harmon, Hauser, Mc- Kinnon, Schittenhelm, Sturm. Nays—None. President Burkhart nominated Geo. W. Barr for street commissioner. Said nomination was confirmed by the council. Meeting adjourned. Geo. Burkhart, C. N. How, President. Clerk. •> Milan Murmunngs. World. S3 a year. Sample copies sent free. Building Edition, monthly, jaJJOa year. Single copies, aa cents. Every number contains beautiful plates, in colors, and photographs of new houses, with plans, enabling builders to show the designs and secure contracts. Address MONN 4, CO- NEW YOBS, 361 BROADWAY. Mooreville. ■ P. E. Holcomb is laid up by ivy poison. Mrs. James Lawrence is very sick, with little hopes of recovery. Boman Hathaway, of Vassar, was here last week calling on friends. The social at James Hall's was postponed on account of the death of his sister. The commissioners chosen by Judge Kinne, were here last week to divide the Hathaway property. A drove of fat cattle, thirty-two in number, passed through here last Sat. afternoon en route for Ypsilanti. Average weight 12001bs. They came from Holloway and Deerlleld. Died, April 30, the wife of Prank Warner. The funeral was held Thursday at the Umyersalisl church, Jesse Powers preaching. The remains were interred in the Mooreville cemetery. Sick headache, constipation and indigestion quickly cured by DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the famous little pills. Nichols Bros. Miss Gracia McGregor is visiting Detroit friends. Mr. Homer has purchased a fine new double carriage. Mrs. H. Putman has returned to her home in Union City. Sunday and Monday we were favored with slight showers. Wm. Easterly has his walks graded ready for the cement. A. B. Smith made fast time on his bicycle one day last week. Miss Rheinfrank spent Saturday and Sunday with Saline friends. Dora Smith has returned from her visit with Ypsilanti friends. Mrs. Minto and daughter Blanch, of Corunna, are visiting relatives here. Mrs. Dorson and children left this week for a visit with friends in Canada. Atty. P. Jones and wife, of Saline, visited Milan friends the last of the week. Mrs. Whitmarsh and Mrs. Barnes spent a day last week visiting in Ann Arbor. The masicale at Mrs. Chas. Schmitts Wednesday evening was a very pleasant affair. Ona Clark, Jessie McMullen and Rev. Stone attended the Baptist As- sociational meeting at Dexter last week. Dr. and Mrs. Thomas will move in a few days to Maysville, Tuscola Co., where he will resume his medical practice. Died, May 5th, after a long illness, Mrs. D. Hitchcock. Deceased leaves a husband, son and two daughters to mourn her loss. Services were held at the residence Monday afternoon, Rev. Stone officiating. Needham & Son are making numerous improvements in their line of business. They have enlarged their brick oven and put a fine show case in their window so that the passers by may be tempted to go in and partake of the edibles. Wonderfully Good Effects by the use of Speer's Port Grape Wine are chronicled by noted families and physicians all over the world. Its seeming high price is no barrier to its use by those who appreciate its age and want a wine that is effective and reliable and sure to assist the physician in his work of saving life and restoring health. In New York, Brooklyn, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington and on the cars and steamboats the wonderful effect of the use of Speer's wine is the daily theme of conversation. The price of the Port is $1.00 per bottle. Some druggists will persuade you to take a port wine at 50 or 75 cts. a. bottle instead because some of them are cheap" watered stuff they make more profit on, even when sold at half the price. Unfermented Oporto Grape Juice is 75cts.; the Claret pts. and q_*;s. 30 and COcts. Be sure-to ask for Speer's wine. If they want to shove off another wino don't take it, but write direct to Speer's vineyards at Passaic, N. J. for it. Wide Tires. It i-s singular that there is not a more decided tendency toward the use of wide tires on vehicles, particularly those designed foruse on country roads. Experiments conducted by prominent manufactures of vehicles show that it requires but little more power toroove a wide-tired vehicle, and under some conditions even less power, than needed for narrow tires. The good roads problems would be nearly solved if wagons were fitted with wide tires which would in passing crush the ridges and fill the ruts. In another generation when toll roads were much more common than now it was the custom to allow any vehicle fitted with tires four inches wide or more over the road free, on the theory that such a vehicle improved the road. In these days when legislators are -struggling with questions as to how roads can be improved. It mignt be well to consider the granting of a substancial rebate of road tax to the owners of a farm providing he would fit the vehicles which he uses oh the road with wide tires. The "working out" of road tax as it is ordinarily practiced in a farming community is a farce. To give a rebate of this road tax in consideration of the use of wide tires could not be other than an im- provment. Wheel Talk. .*►-•-•■———■ It is stated that the following is the rule of order in China: A newly born son in China is presented by its maternal grandmother with a pound of pork, twelve boiled hen's eggs, a branch of pomegranate, 100 duck's eggs and 100 hen's eggs uncooked, while other relations add pork and vermicelli. Other equally ridiculous presents are presented later. " Mrs. T. S. Hawkins, Chattanooga,Term., says, "Shiloh's Vitalizer SAVED MY MFE. I consider it .the best remedy for a debilitated system I ever used." For Dy"PePsiai Liver or Kidney trouble it excels. Price 75 cents. Sold by Nichols Bros, 2 J. A. Richardson of Jefferson City, Mo. Chief Enrolling force SSth general assembly of Missouri, writes; I wish to testify to the merits of One Minute Cough Cure. When other so called cures failed, I obtained almost instant relief and a speedy cure by the use of One Jklin ute Cough Cure. Nichols Bros. Sleepless Nights. Who but those who have had the unhappy experience can tell the horrors or appreciate the unhappy experience of people troubled with sleeplessness'!1 The damnable hatred of all the demons in hell for mankind must surely be appeased by the consciousness of such hu- tnau suffering. The long, dreary, unhappy hours, who can describe them and why is it necessary? If you have ever been troubled you know what they are, and if you have been spared you have no interest in the knowledge of such suffering. Mrs. A. Bateman, Romulus, Mich., after describing her suffering from sleeplessness extending over a period of eight years, receiving at times only bout twelve hours' sleep in a week, writes of Dr. Wheeler's Nerve Vitalizer as follows: "I began taking it in common doses and the first nigh tl slept eight hours end had a nap the next day. Every night since I have slept eight or ten hours. Oh, how thankful I am for having had Dr. Wheeler's Nerye Vitalizer brought to my notice and for the benefit received from it. Stop and think,eight years of sleeplessness and cured in a day, does it not seem like a miracle?" This medicine is equally as effectivein curing nervous prostration, spasms, fits, sleeplessness, mental depression, exhausted vitality, despondency, sexual and general debility. For sale at C. P. Unterkircher's drug store. John,have you seen that woman lately? John, in astonishment, What woman? That woman Picking Grapes for Speer's Unfermented Grape Juice. Just see her in another column, and read about it. It is absolutely pureeing preserved by a new process of fumigation and is used by churches for communion purposes where fermented wine is discarded; also by physicians where the medical properties of the grape are desired without stimulation. BICYCLES! If you are thinking of buying a wheel, call on mo' at the Depot and get prices on the DAUNTLESS,ACME, OWEN. SYLPH and other high grade wheels. Satisfaction guaranteed. Every wheel warranted lo bu lirst class, in workmanship an :1 material. Yours D. A. Bennett, Saline, Mich. Por Sale—40 bushels choice Rural "New Yorker, No 2, seed potatoes. Seed procured last spring from /. A. Everitts seedmen, Indianapolis, Ind. R. B. Rquse. Trees! Trees! Trees! Evergreens, both Common and Rare and Choice Varieties,Deciduous Trees Ornamental Trees of all kinds, Large Trees for Park and Street Planting,Hedge and Bordering Plants,1?ruit Trees and Plants Budding Stocks and Root Grafts, Nat Trees and Ornamental and Flowering Shrubs, Tree Seeds. We have a larger assortment than any other nursery in America. IE so send us a ist of what you wish to plant And we will quote you lower prices than ever offered. When you send thelist^utout this advertisement and we will send you by mail, post paid, one small KVERSREEN THEE, FREE, or we will send twenty samples'of our trees. GtolO inches high, 5 or 6 sorts, for 25 cents in stamps. Write at once. • The Evergreen Nursery Co. EVERGREEN, WIS. Prepared for Summer? You must answer "No," but we can say "Yes." For many months we have been busy with our work of preparation for the summer. The results are before you and our immense trade the past few weeks testing ta the public approval of our goods and prices. Wash G-oods In hundreds of styles and dozens of qualities, ranging fronrcheap Ginghams at 50c up to fane Organdies at 40c. Our SPECIAL for this week is a complete line of Fine Inpoet- eu Scisses—50c goods, in all the leading shades at 31c. Wash Silks at 31c and 39c still draw many buyers. Our lines of SUMMER UNDERWEAR are complete from a 5c Jersey Vest to. a fine all silk Ypsilanti Union Suit at S4.50. Our sales on SHIRT WAISTS exceed twice over those of any previous season, and customers say the reason for it is that our Waists are the .best styles, the most perfect fitting and the lowest priced in the city. You will acquiesce in their verdict when you see them. E. F. Mills & Co. 20 Main St. Ann Arbor. Ice Cream at Alber?s^-=s^^- And if you want a good glass of Soda Water, Milk Shake, Root Beer, G-inger Ale or Pop be sure and give me a call. I have also a fresh line of Candies, Oranges, Bananas and fruits of all kinds. I sell Ice Cream by the dish, quart or gallon, and in large quanties very cheap. ' O*. A. jmSESR G. C. TOWNSEND'S * Fop Dry Goods. ^*-~ ^$ -&-^ -2& >*p-ri^'%^A-.--r-££3nh^^^^ THIS MUCH MUST BE ACKNOWLEDGED There is no mower manufactured that has as few gear wheels or pinions as the McCormick. Our gear has three pieces—tho spur wheel, bevel wheel and bevel pin^ iou. This simple gearing giving the highest motion with the "least friction, has proven so valuable an adjunct in lightness of draft and even werk thit to improve upon it and gain any preceptible advantage in draft can only mean a loss in the direction of simplicity or durability, or both. Neither extreme lightness nor extreme light draft cin alone be considered desirable in a mowing machine. The McCormick mower is as light as is consistent with good work and durability. The man who causes two blade of grass to gi:ow where but one grew before h:is tlunu much to advance the interests, of mankind, but us some otic has well said, the man who adds a lot of wites, hooks and*tools when none whatever is needed, has simply mistaken activity for work, and is proceeding upon the plan of using four men to keep one man's hair on. The McCormick possesses all the good. qualities of a first class mower. ■ It is a perfect gem. will'work in every kind of grass.and is ex- polled by none. Buy the be$t. WABREKT & JACKSON, Agts. H. ■.»•.>, a.^j i, t,.
|Title||1895-05-09; 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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