1893-09-28; Saline Observer
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'■1 |!^W*f4f%T**^ >* J -^-rS^jgllVit^W^ 7^ "W * V1 ■*. r,'J 't 1*. p.1 fffiwyi^ri.iinni.^M ..'!.'■»■■ A.M.W1WI '"mfWIWl fc?. f IVtilTWTT i ,. ^.* , ^ * ■a A. J. WARREN, Publisher. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MIOH., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1893. VOL, XIII.--NO. 49. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. PROFESSIONAL. tap E.JONES. Attorney at Law. Basinojs attended to with Promptness and Cure. Offloe on McKay street, SALINE, - - MIOH. Q JR. WILLIAMS Attprney at Law, Egjeeiilrattention paidjto Pension Claims of all . ~^jk ,■ Jdnds. iiNewcomb Block. .. ..:■■ (MICH. MHiAN, fv F. bSTE«K!RiiHER,Ni. D., PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Calls promptly MrcnaVd to at all hours. <SJHce in Ha.it.-er 5>lo* k. O.ni-rW street. UAXaLHIS,. - -ii- Midi. 3)Scb oc Adrian Ht-roei, hrst 'luor wxir ■• • tfall-iW ta.hjk, SALIKK, : MIC! , Our Neighbors. tin p C. SLAQHT, .*-, . Veterinary Surgeon. HA.CON,.LESi'AfBE CO , tttOM. ' iJ«ji«i»ction with T»cnai?*>1i ■>>- Teiegrapii eiid.bj Mai!. -' ALL GALLS PBDil'erLY 'ATTEXDED TO. MISCELLANEOUS,* H7ATERNIAN' rttttTOGEAPllGAJLLEItY. (Miss Giliett'B old: stand.) WiUbf in Saline-every Wednesday and shall bo iI«*«£<lto meet all hineed of work In my line. 3#U»pdc*-e samples of our work. ■'■ \? CORPOH,' The Pioneer Painter. Orer Forty Years Experience. Arriase, Sijcn and Ornamental Paintine, 'Paper Hanging, Frescoing, Etc. *ALINE, - " MIGH.' err tn. SRISSS, • *.: Practical "Painter. .* I.v,t* painting, graining, paper hanging and, 'iilsqininine. All work promptly %n;q' 'neatly -done, and* satisfaction. '' ' .'ffHaraflteed, g^A.LTEf^.7": '■•- ■ • "MIOH, VfKH BUZER'S Barfc>erIShop. lair Cuttinir, Shaving, Shampooing and ail Workin the Barber liirie.- Bath room in connection. Hot or cold baths at • ny times. A. B. VAU DUZER. ' SALINE, - - MIOH. A. J. WARREN, -CONVEYANCER AND Ateifegai- papers drawn on short 'notice and at prices within the. reach of all. x, filW^j;forr.*Insnfancft r Specialty. Iota ..Bailing **■ (Successor to Anton Eisle,) i^^..—DEALER IH-r- Foreign and American *£: ■'v:_Rflartttef ... Granite and T Building . *' stone. ptftnet ijt.Petrpit md Q8thsrin? Ste.' AtoM.B&©R : ;migh. •*. ; - j -. V 3 , <L "" *"\ , ilfEAT MARKET. Three accidents in*Dundee last week, all by horses. . Clinton is hopeful .of being counted as one of the Water Works-towns, their plan is to tap Evans lake which is several miles from the city, thus having no expense after the pipes are once laid. The inhabitants of Dundee are jubilant over the verdict of the jury in the case of Clarence Beverly, who shot his wife on the streets Of Dundee Oct. 3d last. The jury after a two hours conference gave a verdict Friday night* of murder in the second degree and Judge Kinne at once sentenced him to twenty- five years in the Jackson prison. Thursday afternoon, the fair grounds police arrested.three young fellows for climbing the fence and getting, into the :faii'grounds. *They were locked u:> in the oooU-l until evening, when upon .complaint made by Pres. Ellis, before .Tuoliuu Owen, fchny were fined each to and. costs, which tbey paid. Thu treatment was effective during the remain- tier of the fair.—Dundee Reporter. ■ Oue oE our exchanges pays the. fills the following compliment: Tbe Michigan girl ib"of the right sort, bhe is nut afraid'' 'to go into the orchard to pick fruit, nor the .packing house to pack,nor .the cannery to cau. They are ,the sugar of the earth, roses of Sharon, the lilies of the valley, the—in short, •they are tbe World's Fair.—Chelsea Standard. The "horn fly" is anew pest lo cattle, domesticated in this country from Europe two years ago, and already spread from the Gulf to the Lakes. It appeared in Michigan this year, and threatens to be a serious infliction, causing marked Shrinkage in flesh and millr. It is smaller than the common house fly which it resembles, and gets its name from its habit of settling about the base of the horns when not om- pl oy ed.—Ypsilan ti Co mmer cial. . Every person must know there is & scarcity of money and business tnen are haying hardtimes in getting enough =to pay" their bills. . If people who owe accounts would pay a portion, even a small amount, it would give business inen^oonfidence besides affording assistance' in paying their obligations. Farmers should try to pay something on their accounts to sho w the merchants that they appreciate the iiccommoda- tio'ns they receive from them.—Manchester Enterprise. , Having lost all records of llteii' first marriage .Richard Bye of'.Standish, SI years old, was recently remarried to .his legal wife, with whom he has, lived for the past 54 years. The couple- desired to have no mistake about their relations.—Argus. • We doubt very much the legality of the second marriage. An official authorized to perform such dpties has no right to marry ane who lias been married except such a one had been legally divorced, and to perform such au act would or ought to null hi scommis sion. John Moon, of Chattanooga, in his charge to the grand jury, has created a sensation in social circles by declaring progressive euchre'' a gambling game. He says: "Wot only is gambling carried on in gambling resorts,but people in high standing and respectability gamble* They may not put down mquey, but they set an example to others in playing for prizesand avvarcls". -Examples are set that are' a: violation of the law and it is just as demoralizing as common gambling. A conviction of onejnan of the higher class is better, as an example, than the conviction of only ordinary people for common gambling."—.Chelsea Standai-d. ' The Novel Without a L-over. Does it mean anything as a sign of the time that the absorbing novel of today is the one with either no lovers at all in it, or the one in which love between a man and a woman plays a wholly Bob- ordinate part? The passions that now fascinate and chain the attention of the reader do not begin and end with love between the sexes. The most successful and widely read works of fiction are perhaps those that deal with the occult, the psychic, like the tales of Marie Corelli, or "Zamoni" or Margaret B, Peeke's "Zenia, the Vestal." Corelli's books are among the volumes that have the largest sales and circulation today. Next to the fascination which the occnlt and psychic story have" for the reader comes perhaps the novel theological, that in which the writer follows the wavering, struggling religions faith of a sor.l canght in the nineteenth century whirlpool of donbt. Then again comes the novel dealing with social development, like Bellamy's "Looking Backward." Something that lifts him ont of his weary old self, something that will help him socially or spiritually'and at least give him entirely newmaterial for thought—these are what the novel reader of today demands. It may be mentioned that the greatest story ever written, the one translated into all printed languages and having a perennial sale, has little dealing with love or lovers, and that little lessens its dignity and power. This noval is •'Uncle Tom's Cabin." "Ben-Hur" will have also an everlasting charm for each generation as it comes on the stage, yet that charm is quite unconnected with sexual love. "Robert Elsmere" is still another story whose interest is apart from the mishaps of two cruelly separated lovers. "The Downfall,"'by Zola, has in it no prominent woman character. Con'an Doyle's Btrong, splendid stories have heroes.Trat no heroines. The same is true of the work of Bobert Louis Stevenson and J. M. Barrio, tn truth the more enlightened novel reader evinces a decided disrelish, amounting to contempt, for the simple old fashioned love story that ends with a happy marriage and the punishment of all the villains—male and female. Is the world growing weary of love between the sexes as the one rulingpassion of society in life and in literature? A person is prematurely old w.hen baldness occurs before the forty-fifth year. Use Hall's Hair Renewer to keep the scalp healthy and prevent baldness. Spscial Tiain to Hillsdale Fair. On Oct. 2nd to 6th inclusive the Lake Shore Ry, will sell excursion tickets to Hillsdale Fair at one fare for the round trip plus 2*5 cents for admissien to the Fair, and on Oct. 4, 5 and 6 will run special train to Hillsdale and return, Ayer's Sarsaparilla does what no other blood medicine in existance can do. It searches out all the impurities in the system and expels them harmlessly through the proper channels. This is why Ayer's Sarsaparilla is so pre-eminently effective as a remedy for rheumatism. Bneklen's Arnica Salfe. The Best Salve in the world for Cuts Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Bhemn, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains. Corns, and all Skin EruptioD, 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 Uichols Bros., the Druggists. Adjudged Dead and Yet Alive. * -A.-V' •¥--rir-- ■ ■■'"■' UBVuli)i|lhp'oid staiia,,.wlif?e he is always, "pre rr '"$'*5*.-'iV *•'-*, ~ -'- ' ' jwedtjfo aerve.his customers with THE BEST IN THE MARKET in tie line^ot. FfisiaitHaU Meats jq^aSI jUnds,.. '" 'd>\ "Miltr£" M% ■ Sausage, Etc., AT POPULAR PRICES. gomplete steam outfit for manufacturing sau '."" sage. tfeMemtWrtmviftlstsffl.* C. A.£LIN9ENSCHMIDT. . An Ypsilanti man is dead so far. as the records of the probattrV court are evidence. He mysteriously disappeared, a couple of years'-or so *agd and his' family came* into the probate court making the formal averment that he was dead. Ah administrator of bis ■estate was appointed, cominisBiouei's appointed, claims agaiust the estate 'were allowed ancl settled, tho property dividedand a'final accounting allowed, thus disposing of the' estate, so ;'far as the probate court was concerned. After all this had been done, the dead man reappeared. He visited the court and showed that he was*'.niad clfi&t;.- through at being ad judged "dead. The. property .matters were setttled up* outside and he"never asked to bave the proceedings set aside. So that to all legal intents and purpose he is yetdead and his property properly divided. Just ho w the estate will be admi nistered when he actually noes shuttle oft* this mortal coil remains to be seen.—Arjjus. .•..-*'■ " SleepingIiife Away. i If one qbuld have choice of the manner of. his own taking off, undoubtedly it would be with most of the human race that of the poor lad who slept himself to death. He grew nearly to manhood like other healthy boys, when suddenly one day he was overtaken by an overwhelming desire to sleep. While walking, along the street he would grow drowsy and pass into sleep, and it be-' came more and more difficult to wake him. Wherever the drowsy fit overtook him he wonld be compelled to lie down, perhaps in a hallway or upon a doorstep, and yield himself to slumber. He would fall asleep at the silk loom at which he worked. He went to a doctor's for treatment of his case, one day and fell asleep while the doctor was ques^ tionihg him;. .Three days afterward he passed on a" Sunday afternoon into a sleep as sweet as an infant's, and when the attempt was made to rouse him he was dead. If one must quit this life, with its strife and turmoil, what can be more agreeable than just to take leave in" that way? No suffering, no unpleasant scenes, no painful farewells or fnss, only a gentle, unconscious drifting of the tired soul into eternal rest. Don't Tobacco Spit or Smoke Your Life Away is the truthful, startling title of a little book that tells all about No-to-bac, the wonderful, harmless, Guabaxteed 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-bac." Sold by all druggists. Book at Drug Stores or by mail free. Address The Sterling Kemedy Co., Indiana Mineral Springs, Ind III Mil ill A New and Wonderful" Discovery. It can't bs beat. Cures corns,bunions, burns, bruises, frost bites, chilblains, sprainSjlame 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 of horses and cows. Conklin's Horse Ointment For ring bones, spavins, splints sjud sweeny. Mads and sold by Charles H. Conklin, at his office, Saline, Washtenaw county, Mich. For sale in Tecumseh by John J. Orr. Druggist, and also by druggists in other villages. Be sure and get some that-is fresh auu good. I havo it at the Warner House. DR. C. H. CONKLIN. Live Poultry Nissly's wanted at Hull '& A philosopher has been, studying the question a longtime, and finally concluded that there are two kinds of criminality—atavic and evolutional. .If your physiological and psychological consti^ tution is morbid, so that yon involuntarily return to the robbery, murder and violence whereby mankind got a .living in the ape stage of its existence and thought nothing of it. and you consequently steal a watch, then you filch it in the atavic way. If, however, you steal a railroad, or a jrast manufacturing festablishment, or a iarm, by reason of greater power of rascality than your fellow men possess, then you do yonr stealing in the evolutional way. Yon are an evolutional criminal. Meantime it makes little practical difference whether you steal.by the atavic or the evolutionary method, and while the philosopher has been figuring all this out of his head •thieves "have gone on increasing, and both watches and railroads have been stolen, and the philosopher has made no effort at all to stop it. , * The force of public opinion is nowhere shown more forcibly than among the common people of Germany, where washday comes only "once a year. The people refuse to adopt the cleaner American way of laundering every week for fear the neighbors will think they have only two sets of garments. TOEI STOP POGIS, No 26456, A. J. C. C. Sired by Stoke Pogis of Linden, full brother to the great Matilda 4th who gave 16158 pounds of milk in oue. year-. She made an OfficalTest- -of 21c pounds Of butter in 7 dnys in July. Dam, Recalcitrants, imported, sired by Nonpariel winner of the first prize over ail 'Jerseys for two ytru's in succession* Nearly. three-fourths of York's calves havo boon heifers, :ind command ir'-m SiO to Slo, at bit-Lb, from grade vows. Jerseys are in demand. Blood tells ■end the better the blood the louder it tells. ■' *'■ « York caii be found at'.my stables 14 miles south-east -of Saline. J. F. AVERY. P. S. Bull calves from. first-class registered* cows for sale. rgains 1 BACK Are again running "Ha-jirhtbetris pistM'd aud we are now plvjuifut! in do sis £»><ul «**jiv as ■<•!«! bB.Uf.u© Kiul-io proditt:i! «■=« ihie grade .flour as eat.i hemade from- wh eat. ,\Vcsha!l conrimit* ow- Large Ran of Custom work and aro iu shape (o sw-vt' you on snort notice with good flour "or. oljior milling." '■_ _ * \'."; Onr ftonr will be- found in all the leading groceries, and sold as hny as any'1 other good;* of cq*ittl quality. Give its h. share of your ti'sdc Frii£ & Mlnnett. Is the Best too- Good? 40 inch win-* all wool Henrietta- 5t> peryxi. 40 iuelt vridu line all wool Henrietta 7Sc per yd. 40 iwh wide finest-all wool Henrietta SOc per yd. AH wool Dress Flannels at 50e. pei jd., extra value. 40 inch wide Sturm Serge, all colors. 25e per yd. Exli-i. quality .\ nrd wvlo t7nble:tvhetl Cotton 5c per yd. Exlra Heavy 30 iueh Shirtings 10c per yd. Linen Crash Toweling 9o put yd. Lndiei'' Kid Gloves, new stock, -SI pair, Lndie* il«'f:e • lined Hose, flue qufclily, 25c pair. Haw Rfopfr PAWAfc -S-FRQM^ .!-.-!.<-... C.rr..t V^i**!*-.. I-,*,! a. < i.uv*. Cor-t'j \Y ink, Uil'-r F-1M. Vcr-f-t*. frVatlierUone Corsets' at St.1*.-. it?e. the bsst for the price in the' market. ^LflD S1.50 $2.50 !f-— ««HTt—^ $2.00 %2 75 r\.CMQ GRAw a Co$. $3.00 ^i^IIl $2.25 $3,25 $4.00 &^e v Perfc^ j.,*. oes $1.25 $l.o.O ii.?5 12.50 $2.75 $3.00 $2.00 $3.50 Watch tiiis Space for Msrwear AnnonBcement **j .±3ZLe3 J\C±oIb_. ^1 ■c»^ Commencing. Saturday, September 80th. We will inaugurate a Sale ot ^GENERAL DRY GOODS.lx> So wide spread and sweeping iu tho reduction of prices— A Season of the lightest Merchandising Ever known iu ibis County. Imported nnd Domestic Press Goods. Silks, Ginghams. Prints, *--:i.':;Lin*;s, Blankets, Comforters. Carpets.House- furnishing- Goods, Etc, Etc. Bought For Spot Cash .Will be given to the public at prices that preclude all possibility of Competition. "For particulars See our uiainmouth priee list —a Should you not receive otie, Send for one.. * h yster Season Is I will iiave Oysters Satias?day, Septa SIimI* ssafi a.ff©2?m Soda Water and Ice Cream, Fruits ami Oandles. A nice line of fresli Gigars and Tobacco." ;*, V ^dtowfe^rc^'-i,JBafe^4,J*>!
|Title||1893-09-28; 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.|