1891-12-10; Saline Observer
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fy t\. J. WARREN. Publisher. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY, DECEMBER-10, 1891. VOL. XII.--NCX 7. BUSINESS DIRECTORY., .©; n ! ■# PROFESSIONAL.. tf E.JONES. Attorney at Law. illBusiness attended to with Promptness ami Care. Office on McKay street, SALIISTE, *■-■ - MTGH. NEIGHBORHOOD GLEANINGS Q. R.WILLI AMS v y;_ , Attorney at Law; Especial attention paid to Pensipn Claims, of all -. . ■ kinds.. NewcomTo Block. Mll-A-T, • - - - - MICH. IT A. NICHOLS, M. U., PH1SIC1AN and SUKGEON, Office atNicho s SAXilNE, . - ' ros'. drag store. MICH. p F. UNTERKIRCHER, Wl. D., PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Calls promptly attended to at all hours." "Office Iii Etauser block, Chieas° street., SALINE, " . - :- 'MICH. ■'■C W. CHANDLER, Ml D., PHYSICIAN and SURGEON DJBce on Adrian gtreet, first door south of the Wallace Block, SALINE, - - MICM. pjD. HELLER, -P S. , DENT 1ST. Headquarters for the best Tooth .Powder in the market. . Office over Nichols Bros', drugstore. SALINE, • • MICH.' c. C. SLAGHT, Veterinary Surgeon. Graduate of Chicago Veterinary College, , E:eside_ce*lJi miles east of Pennington s Corners. Calls may be left at either of the - stores at the: Corners. All calls promptly attended to. ..-MACON, - - MICH. MISCELLANEOUS. WATERMAN'S PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY. (Miss Killett's old stand.) Will beta Saline every Wednesday aud shall be pleased to meet all in need of work in my line. Jail aud see samples of our work. p CORDON, The Pioneer Painter. Over Forty Years Experience. Carriage, Sign and Ornamental Painting, Paper Hanging, Frescoing, Etc. SALINE, - MICH. \TT Nl. BRIGGS, Practical Painter. Touse painting, graining, paper hanging and kalsomining. All work promptly and ' neatly done, and satisfaction guaranteed, SALINE, ' ■ - - MICH. VTAN DOZER'S Barber Shop. fair putting. " Shaving, Shampooing, and? all " '* Work in the Barber _ine. / Hath room m connection. Hotorcold baths at ny turves. A. B. VAN DTJZEE. SALINE, - - MICH. A.' MILLER & SON. (Successors to J. A. Alber). J__ive_?y, -Peed and Sale Stable, First-class rigs at reasonable rates. Commercial travelers and their bags-age Carried to and from adjoining towns with promptness and at living rates. ■ Old American House Barn, SALINE, - - MICH. Newsy Notes and Occasional Occurrences From our Near Neighbors. The storm door at the Cook House entrance will not knock any one down this -winter, 'cause it isn't there. That front entrance has been .replaced with a plate glass,- aud the -hall entrance used for all purposes now. Id is better. —Courier. Work on 'the new hospital building at Ann Arbor has so' far advanced that the inmates of the old building were moved into the new-building Dec, 1st. This change will bo a god send to the -university as the old one was too much, cluttered and upset by other changes to accommodate patients as they should be. ' " "'.'"- Dexter Leader: Last Saturday was a great day for Dexter in a financial sense. Every store was crowded with purchasers* pf goods, and clerks and proprietors were^kept on the constant jump. If all the teams that Were in sight on our main street atthrse o'clock had-been set down in Chelseashe would have been completely hidden. Chelsea, wake up, it is too bad to allow Dexter such a walk-a^ay. E—i Six months ago the man who took a claim out near the mouth of tho river was not considered right wise by many of our townspeople. "What a change a few months' time has wrought! These same townspeople are new falling all over each other in their mad scramble to find any kind ofa piece of land out. that way upon which to. tile a homestead.—The West, Florence, Oregon. It is .-quite easy, says an exchange, to secure a light without a match and without danger and tiny man can make the apparatus himself. It is only necessary to put some heated olive oil into a small bottle, drop in a piece of phos* phorus, cork it up securely-and put' in a safe place. Any time the'cork is removed for a few seconds and then replaced ,- a powerful light will be given out by the bottle, which will last several minutes and he again renewed at tiny moment by pulling out the cork. At the regular meeting of the common council on Tuesday evening last, a resolution was read requesting the grant of a thirty year franchise to the Brooklyn Electric Light Co., giving them the right to set the necessary p&les for wires used in lighting the village. The fesolution was received and referred to committee on ordinances. This begins to look as though the electric light question is assuming proportions that sooner or later the plant will be an established fact.— Brooklyn Exponent, A few days ago a finely dressed mau drove up to to the residence of Hiley Cremans,a farmer living near Rockport and asked Mr. Cremans if he wanted to, sell his farm. Of course he would if he could get- his price, which was §5,000. This the gentlemanly stranger agreed to"p^y,giving Mr. Cr.emans 3100 down, taking a bill of sale and agreeing to'pay the balance in ten days. Iu the meantime strang-ei* ■ 2fo. % made his appearance wanting to, buy a firm. He said Mr. Cremans'- vyas just the one ho wanted and was sorry it was sold. He questioned Mi*. Cr-ema-as as to what he had sold it for. Being told S-5,000, he said he would have given §8,000. This excited the old gentleman, when No. 2 suggests that he might buy No. 1 off and if he could do so he could find him (No. 2) at Huntington, Ind. Stranger No. 1 happened along the next day and agreed to take S1,000 and give up the bill of sale. Mr. Cremans was overjoyed at his proposition and lost no time in paying the $1,000. He at once set out for Huntington to find his SS.000 stranger No. 2 and is still looking for him.—Chicago Inter-Ocean. CHINESE IMPOLITENESS. VLen a Celestial Can Insnlt His Enemies -Without Great Effort. It is as possible to "slit the thin-spun life" with a stiletto as with a broadsword, and in the most finished periods a Chinaman finds himself .quite able to express either withering contempt or remorseless hate. But he has other ways also, says the Saturday Review, of giving vent to his ill-humors. .The very punctilious rules of letter-writing enable him to convey his dislike by omission as well as by commission- Chinese is; it may be explained,.written in vertical columns, beginning on the top right-band corner of the p"age. In ordinary circumstances each column* is completed to the bottom of the page,, but long usage has established, the custom that if the name of attributes of the person addressed occurs the column is cut short. and the characters representing .these subjects of honor begin the next column at an elevation .of one. or two characters, as tlie case may be, above the general level of the "text. The expressions, for example, "Your honorable country," "My benevolent elder brother,'" and others, arg entitled to stand prominently out at the head of the columns, a position which gives them the same kind of distinction which capital letters confer among ourselves. " . It will now be seen what a ready weapdh lies to the, hand of a Chinese letter-writer. To write "Your excellency" or the name of the correspondent's country or sovereign in the body of the column is to inflict a dire, insult upon him, and is equivalent to the expression of the bitterest contempt in European epistolary style. Occasionally infringements of this rule are made by mistake, and it not infrequently happens that condign punishment overtakes careless or ignorant officials who forget its application to the titles of the imperial family. Not long since an imperial censor presented a memorial to the throne in which the proper elevation was not given to the name of the dowager empress. The result was doubly disastrous to "the" writer. Not only was the prayer of his memorial rejected, but he was handed over to the board of punishment to suffer the consequences of his error. On foreigners Chinamen used to delight, and still do to ascertain extent, in heaping up this and other insults, trusting to the ignorance of their correspondents in the forms and diction of the language. A Wonder Worker. Mr. Frank 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 he ConsupMon and incurable. He ■was persuaded to try Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump_on, Coughs and Colds andat 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 aud is to-day enjoying good health. If you have any Throat, Ii _ng or Chest Trouble, try it- "We guarantee satisfaction. Trial bottle free at Geo. B. Mason's Drug Store. *> Kectric. Sitters. This remedy i« becoming so -will known aud so popular as to need' no special meu- tion. 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 Iiiver and Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Boils, Salt Bheum 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 and Indigestion try Electric Bitters, Entire 6a_sfac_o_.guara_t.ed. or money refunded. Price .*i0 cents and $1 per bottle at Geo, B. Mason's Drug Store. » Saline, Mich, Nov 23, 1891 Dear Sir: Your account is now past due I am in want of money and must have it at once Hoping this will be all the notice you require I remain, Respectfully Yours, A. C. CLARKE. THE STAR Clocks, Clocks, splendid assortment now iu stock. of Clocks Silent Clocks, Striking Clcks, elegant wood-work. Inspection of Clocks necessary to appreciate. A complete Hue oi" Spetacles. Repairing a specialty. E.H. CRESSY, 'the Jeweler, WiilLice BaIoe_v Poultry! Poultry! Poultry! John Baumgarflner, CSuceesso to Anton* Eisle,) , -DEAtER IN Holiday Rates via. I*., A. A. & N. M. Ry. Foreign and American Marble, G ra n i te 3 n d Bui Id i ng Stone. Comer of Detroit and Catherines. Sts. ANN ARBOR,. " MICH. S. JOSENHANS' ill-Till WW mmmm tit SHORT REPAIRING- DONE * ON NOTICE. ,f _.llH»ndso_ Forging, Repairing Horseshoeing-, and general Jobhing. 3At*BFACTIO*?J GtrAEANTEED and prices reasonable. Shop on Ann Arbor street, heal-Main. ' ■■* - 3AIJNE, - -. - --* MfCH I he T., A. A. & N. M. JRy. take pleasure in announcing that on Dec. 2-fth, 25th and 31st, 1S9I, and Jan. 1st, 1892, round trip tickets \vjll he sold between all stations on its line at which ticket are on sale, also to points on following railroads at one and one- t_.ird.fare for the round trip: Manistee &North Eastern; Frankfort .,& South Eastern*, Grtyud' Rapid's & -Indiana:. Flint & Pere Marquette; Cincinnati, Saginaw & Mackinaw; Detroit, Grand Haven & Milwaukee; Chicago & Grand Trunk; Detroit,; Lansing & Northern; Toledo, Columbus & Cincinnati; Toledo &Ohio Central; Toledo,.St. Louis & Kansas City; Wabash Ry.; Toledo, Saginaw & Muskegon. Tickets will be good going on above dates and returning on any regular train until Jan. 4th Inclusive.. W. H. Bennett, G, P. A. Don't Wait Until You Need It. Itis a great mistake to wait until your family are attacked with violent crdup_ before purchasing a bottle of Dr. Hoxsi-.. Certain Croup Cure. Keep this great remedy in the house,, and ayoid the ravages of croup.- It also I will take till good fat, poultry, with empty crops, each Monday during poultry season. Those bringing do so with the understanding that it will be assorted. For that which is prime will pay highest market price. If you will give this one thought you will agree with me that poor stuff does not pay to sell, and no good to mq at ■my price, it makes us refuse it for it hurts the.sale of all. We hate to refuse it more than you hate to ha^e us. Poultry is plenty and to sell must be fat. R H. MARSH. [YOKE STOKE POGIS No. 26456, A. J. C. C. Meat Market! pred va____?:__"- DEALEH IN FIRST-CLASS MEATS of all kinds. Fresh cuts <>| Bieef, Yeal, Fork, Mutton constantly on hand. Sausage meat ohopped and prcpaired. Highest cash price for Hiit< s tun! Tallow. EEED WCELPER SOMETHING NEW York Stoke Pogis, No. 26 456, A. J. O. C sired by Stoke Pogis of Liisdpn 10 558 (full brother to tho great Matilda 4tb, that gave 60 pounds of milk per day and 16*153 pounjds for one year, and made an official test of 21 lbs.. Si oz*. in seven days in July). Stoke. Pogis of Linden sire Stoke Pogis Imp No. 1259, (also sire of Stoke Pogis 3rd, sire of ST cows averaging over 20 lbs. of butter in-7 days; also sire of Stoke Pogis 5th. with 19 tested .daughters on the list) Dame Mutilda Imp. . The dam of York Stoke Pogis was the grand Imported cow Rcealci- trante, sired by Nonparie). He was accounted the best bull on the Island and for two years was awarded. first prise over all Jerseys. Recalcitraute's dam was atested epw and winuer of the silver enp on the Island. York Stoke Pogis-will be1 found at prevents Diphtheria. No. -opium:|nivfarm lS milessouth'east of Saline. Wholesaled in Detroit by leading firths*. ^ * ' ' .,.-.. 50 cts. J. H. AYERY. . Call and see the new improved WHIPPLE HABBOWS, double edge reversible teetli. the most practical gen-ral pnrpos. implements of tliis class in the market, also the frame less, light folding BtrCKEYB Binders .and Mowers, and Repair- of all khid. BINDER TWINE. pure Manilla, Half and Half, and Hemp. All kinds of . Binder Repairing done b.Ytt,experienced hand. All kind of machinery repaired on short notice.' Moore & 43-Io^r_._*. s orMfljiSictes CAN be CURED. T ft ^ -We will SEND FREE by «■ man-large TRIAL BOTTLE; _ also, a treatise on Epilepsy. *DON**_- SUFFER ANY LONGER j Give Post Of- "lice. State and County, and Age plainiy. Address, THE HALL CHEMICAL CO., SS60 Jfainnpunt Avenue, Philad-pbia.Pa. * Opters, Mmee-meaty Oranges, Eaisins,; '■■'■$ Peaces, Apiicofe Piie iipple/Candies, In. *-; _A/b-o_D___x_l_=-3___.C€3^ Wi Tliat are not Surpassec! in Saline.s;, We give no Leaders; •wemakeno "Flyers." Palace Grocery_ THE STORE Is after your Holiday Trade. We want to make . OUR DECEMBER -SALES Something unprecedented. We have made a tine boglunlno'- 15S7 purchasers benefitted by our Special Sales Saturday, Is there or can there be any doubt who sells cheapest, .rjhi * Holiday Goods We arc Stocked to repletion. Our Special Sales in these goods will save you lots of money and makes.us many friends. _rsr_B_x:_r ;w:ei:__g:e__: Commencing Monday Dec. 14th SPECIAL SALE OF HAflDBRCfllEFS Elegant open work Handkerchiefs.,3 i-2c. Embroidered and Scaliopped Handkerchiefs, very fine, gc Hundreds of dozens to select from- from ic to $2.50 411 go at special prices for one week l?are deducted from every S8 purchased. MACK & SCHMID. Photographs for Christmas Are as nice a present as can be given. Have yonr sitting Wednesday when Waterman is in Saline. Call and see novelties. G-illett Place. FALL OPENING OIF Q Side-board Scarfs, Splashers Tidies, Tray Olotlis and Scrim, Gheap. • BS. L. F. RHODES. (Successor to Mrs. C. A. Hendrick.) ■i... 1 '._1W. -iv-STT: ___ra_-!i__i__>v-A" "^Stan-it feiar &j0i^.£mr^-mz*it!a.
|Title||1891-12-10; 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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