1893-10-26; Saline Observer
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^*.» jjir7~-r^ez&iat33MG!0r*m US AV A: J. WARREN, Publisher. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THUESDAY, OCTOBER.26, 1893. VOL. XIV.-NO..1. *? %■ BUSINESS DIRECTORY. PROFESSIONAL. I? E.J ONE 8. Attorney at Law. Builnnxg attended to with-Promptnoss and Care. Office on McKay street!,. SALINE, MICH. Q. iR. WILLIAM8 Attorney at Law, Especial attentisa'paidlto Pension Claims of. all kinds. Kewcomb Block, MITjAN, - - MIOH. p F. UNTERKIRCHER, M.D., PllISICIAS and SURGEON. Calls promptly attended to at all hours. Office in Hauser block, Chicago street. SALINE, - - MICH. <^ W. CHANDLER, M O., "pilI81ClAN;and SURGEON Mace on Adrian-Street, first door gout *i of the Wallace Block, SALINE, - MICH. p O. SLAQHT, Veterinary Surgeon. MACON, LENAWEE CO., MICH. Cenneetion with Tecumseh by Telegraph anOy Mail. AM, CALM PROHPTLT ATTENDED TO. MISCELLANEOUS.. ^yATERMAN* PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY. (Mi8s Gillett's old stand.) Will bein Saline every Wednesday and shall be rjleased to meet all in need of work in my line. Dull and see samples of our work. IT1 QORQON, The Pioneer Painter, Over. Forty Years Experience, Jajriage, Sign and Ornamental Painting, Paper Hanging, Frescoing, Etc. SAX,INE, , MICH. ttT M. BRIBES, - Practical Painter. leuse painting, graining, paper hanging and kalssmining. All work promptly and neatly done, and satisfaction guaranteed, SALINE, - - MICH. VfAN DUZER'S BarbeuShop. 5air Cutting, Sharing, Shampooing and all Work in the Barber Line. Bath room in connection. Hot or cold baths at A. B. VAN DUZER. MICH. • ny times. SALINE, ' A. J. WARREN, -CONVEYANCER AND Notary - Public' j\.\\ lentil papers <}rawfi pn short tiotine anil at prices wittHfl the reach of all, General Fire Insurance a Specialty, John- Baumgardner, (Successor to Anton Eisle.) DEALER IN Foreign and American Wlar&!e? Granite and Building stone. Corner of Detroit and Catherine Sts. &NNARBOR MICH. CITY MMMAMET. 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 trhelineot . Fresh and Salt He ats of all Kinds, "|onltiy, fish, Sansaie, Etc., ASt £OI*UjLA^:£l3JCj*r.§. Pompjete steam outfit for .'manufacturing sau 1 , .-1-. -*U.'vi, j*t*a^ - . *< »■«- - * sage. Remember the old stand. p.f. LINDENSCHMIDT Bridgewater Budget. Lott Mills shipped, sheep from here this week Wednesday. J. W. Kirkwood, our ticket and freight agent returned from; Brooklyn, Sunday. Ludwick Scherdt. of,Freedon\ started from here to the World's Pair Wednesday. Tad more, Ohio, Nursery men de? livered their, summer sales of trees this week Wednesday, C. Schadde and John Hutzel spent Tuesday in Ann Arbor. Mr. G-. J. Haug will give a dance at Guthards Hall Nov. l7th. Mooreville. Miss Ida Montonye went to the, World's Fair Tuesday. Mrs. A. Sanford spent last week in Lansing attending the Grand Lodge of the Daughters of Rebecca representing Milan lodge. William Bush has moved to Ann Arbor and Chas Jackson will occupy his residence for a while. Irving Clark is moving back from Dexter. He is through farming. Daniel Rankin has moved to Milan. Frank Haynes has moved to Mooreville, • " " Thomas Jabbett has rented Mr. Gauntlett's farm. Mrs. Emma Sanford is entertaining relatives from Mason, Archibald Mclntyre has harvested 1200 bushels of potatoes and thrashed 4*50 bu of beans ofi from 35 acres. A. G. Mclntyre will gather 2000 bu of potatoes this year' Mr. J. D. Foresythe raised 1080 bu of Oats on 20 acres. ■♦-•-•■ Milan Mutroujings. The Womans' Baptist Missionary sooiety of Washtenaw Co. meet at the Baptist church today. A morning aud afternoon session will be held also a luncheon in the church parlors. M. H. Whitmarsh and family leave for the white city this week. Mr. L. Hulbert and family of Manchester and Mr. R. Rouse were tbe guests of J. C. Rouse and wife Wednesday and Thursday of last week. "J. C. Rouse and Dr. S. Chapin attend- ecl phurch at Saline Sunday evening. The Baptist Ladies' Harvest Fair and Festival is over and they netted foO.00. Dr. C. Hofford and family of Manis- tique are visiting friends and relatives in this vicinity. Rev. E. Yager gave Detroit a call Friday. Mrs. Edith Bennett of Fort Dodge Iowa is the guest of her sister Mrs. M. Hack for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Markhara. ot Ann Arbor were the guests of Atty. G. R. W;U;ams and wife Sunday. B, F. Watts and wife aud W. W. Watts of Ann Arbor were the guests of W. H. Whitmarsh and family Sunday. Dr. J. C. Harper visited Detroit Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Zimmerman entertained guests from Ohio the last of the week. Mr. aud Mrs. J. Dexter entertained guests froni Williamston the first of the week. The Mission Ladies met at Rev. J. O. Heck's Tuesday to make arrangements fpr the association Thursday. Chas Johnson of the TJ of M was in town Saturday and Sunday. The Bay View Reading Circle. Many people will be interested in the new Bay View Reading Circle, and it would be a good move to have one organized here. It counts among its promoters and directors Bishop W. X. Ninde, Pres. J. M. Coulter, Dr. P. S. Henson, Pres. J. W. Bashford, Mrs. Margaret E Sangster, and Pres. W. C- Ballantine, and is neither sectarian nor sectional. The Circle has a short, well planned and low priced course of systematic and useful reading. The entire expense of one year for the books, magazine, membership, ect., is only §2.50. Such a course would be better than the aimless and haphazard reading of many and the unprofitable selection of others. It will aid many aspiring young people to fit themselves for large usefulness and enjoyment, and besides, make provisions for a most delightful winter. Those interested can 'obtain circulars, gi}.-ing:fuU'ip|oFmatJpn, bi addressing .14>Balt, FlintVMidh: ' ' "'■ "' Beware of Opiates, Brant's Cough Balsam contains none. Is free from all injurious drugs. Large bottles, small price, big to cure. Try it. C. F. Unterkircher. October Crop Report. The wheat crop report of Michigan thisyear as indicated by reports at hand is 23,69o,69a-bushels. This total Is obtained hy multiplying the number of acres of wheat in each county, by the average yield per acre in the same country and adding the products. The acreage is taken from the Farm Statis- ticts returned by supervisors last Spring, and the average per acre from reports kept by threshers, supplemented by a special canvas by correspondents. The total area in wheat as shown by the Farm statistics was 1.57S.252 acres. The number of acres in the southern-counties was 1,297,15S, in the central 233.883, and in the northern 46, 611. Of the total area the records of threshings include more than 168,000 acres. The average yield in the southern countries is as returned 13.96 bushels; in the central counties at 13.99 bushels; in the northern counties 10.40 bushels; and iu the State 15.01 bushels. Wheat is of good quality and full weight. The total number of bushels of wheat reported marketed by faimers in September is 2,277,635. Of this amount 626 623 bushels were marketed in the first or southern tier of counties; 512,276 bushels in the second tier;390, 466 bushels in the third tier; 541,096 bushels in the fourth teir; 170,049 bushels in the fifth and six tiers; and ■37,129 bushels iu'the northern counties. At 35 elevators and mills from which reports have been received there was no wheat marketed during the month The total number of bushels of wheat reported marketed in the two months August—September, is«3,526,.504, which is 474,332 bushels more than reported marketed in the same month last year. The average yield of oats as shown by by threshers records, is as follows: Southern counties, 27,57 bushels; central counties, 23,93 bushels; northern counties, 24.14 bushels; State 29.96 bushels. Corn is estimated to yield in the State48 bushels of ears per acre Potatoes are estimated to yield 56 per cent of an average crop. The figure's for the sections are southern, 52; central, 61; northern, 67. Winter apples are estimated to yield one-eighth of a crop in the southern counties, and 22 per cent of an average in the central counties and the State. *» The figures ior the northern counties are 5,8. The meati temperature of the State for the month' of September, 58.9 degrees, was 1.9 degrees below tho normal. It was below the normal iu all sections of the State except the southern two tiers of counties where it was just normal. The greatest average deficiency, 2.4 degrees,- was in the northern counties of the lower peninsula. The mean temperature of each section was as follows: Upper Peninsula, 54.3 degrees; northern counties, 56.8 degrees central counties as designated in the meteorological - tables, 59.4 degrees, and in the southern two tiers of counties 61.9 degrees. The highest mean daily temperature iu the southern two tiers of counties was 76 degrees ou the 14th, and the lowest 44 degrees on the 29th. The drouth, noted in the September report as having prevailed in the State since the 22d of June, was not broken iu the southern aud centeral sections of the State, until September 12 and 13' On these two days there fell 0.29 of an inch of rain in the central counties, and 1 inch in the southern counties. The southern counties are here understood to include only the southern two tiers of counties, aud the csntral counties the 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th tiers according ^o the d.ivisions iu, the meteorological tables. After the 13 a number of light showers occurred in these sections, but no heavy soaking rain. The average rainfall in the southern counties in September was 2.46 inches, a.deficiency of 0.57 of an inch. The average in the central counties was 2.04 . inches, a deficiency of 0.79 of an inch. About one-fifth of an inch of rain fell in the northern counties and the upper peninsula on September 1. The aver- "age rain fall for the month in the former section was 2.92 inches a deficiency of 0.46 of an inch, and the average in the upper peninsula was 2.02 iuches, a deficiency of 1.04 inches. The dry weather has greatly damaged corn and potatoes, delayed wheat sow- iug, and reduced the wheat acreage. Dr. Wheeler's Nerve Vitalizer is receiving much merited praise as a reliable remedy for Nervous Diseases. S 1 bottles. C. F. "Unterkircher. When a doctor considers it necessary tp p}'esci'!b.P savgapariUa, be simply orders a bottle of Ayer's, knowing full well that ho will obtain thereby a surer and purer preparation than any other which the drug-store can furnish. Ayer's Sarsaparilla is tbe Superior Medicine. Bnckleu's Arnica Salve. The Best SalVe in the world for Cuts Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Eheuni, 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. Specimen Cases. S. H. Clifford, New Cassel. "Wis., was troubled with Neuralgia and Rhematism, his Stomach was disordered, his Liver was affected to an alarming degree, appetite fell away, and he-was terribly reduced in flesh and strength. Three bottles of Electric Bitters cured him. Edward Shepherd, Harrisburg, Dl., had a running sore on his leg of eight years'standing. Used three bottles of Electric Bitters and seven boxes of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and his leg is sound and welL. John Speaker, Catawba, O., had five large Fever sores on his leg, doctors said he was incurable. One bottle Electric Bitters and one box Bncklen's Arnica Salve cured him entirely. Sold by Nichols Bros., Druggists. 3 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, Gxjabanieed 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 Remedy Co., Indiana Mineral Springs, Ind. CON KLIN'S A New and Wonderful Discovery. It can't bs beat. 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 Of horses and cows. Conklin's Horse Ointment For ring bones, spavins, splints and sweeny. Made andsoldby Charles H. Couklin, at his office, Saline, Washtenaw eounty, Mich. Be sure and get some "that is fresh aim good. I have it at the Warner House. If your cows arc sick, remember I can serve you'well as my past experience as a cow doctor has been very suceesslul. DR. C. H. CONKLIN. YORK STQP POGIS, No 26456, A. J. C. C. Sired by Stoke Pogis of Linden, full .brother to ihe great Matilda 4th who gave 16153 pounds of milk in one year. She made an Offical Test of 21-1 pounds of butter iu 7 days in July. Daui, Kecalcitraiiie. imported, sired by Nonpariel winner of the first prize over all Jerseys for two years in succession. Nearly three-fourths of York's calves have been heifers, and command from S10 to $15, at birth, from grade cows. Jerseys are in demand. Blood tolls -und the better the blood the louder it tells. York can be found at my stables li miles south-east of Saline. J. F. AVERY. P. S. Bull calves from first-class registered cows for sale. SALINE MILLS! Are again running JSEew Machinery Has just been placed and we are now prepared to do as good work as can be done and to produce as line grade floor as can be made from wheat. We shall continue our Large Rim of Custom work and are in shape to servo you on short notice with good flour ox flthpr milling. O.nr Spur w\\\ he found in all the leading groceries, and sold as low as any other goods of eqnal quality. Give us a share of yonr trade. Friis & Minnett. Is the Best too Good? All tlie latest Styles of Ladies and 0-ents Fine Shoes and Rnbbers «4LAD WEAR A.C.McGraw&Co<s. $1.50 $2.50 $2.00 $2.75 $2.25 $3.00 btl^~H -* SHOES* $3.25 $3.50 rhey are sty|jsu ft1 X aad > $4.00. Perfect h^p/ji^ Gentlemen's Shoes $1.25 $1.50 $1.75 $2.00 $2.50 $2.75 $3.00 $3.50 Gents Cork sole Shoos just the thing for Winter. Look at 0111 line of School shoes before you buy New slock big Line Ladies, Gents and Childrens underwear all prices Special Dry Goods Prices. Yd. wide uubloached cotton 5c. Linen Towling 9e. 30 inch Heavy Shirting 10c. New lineLadies, Gents and Childrens Hosery. Giv'3 us a call we will make au extra effort to please you. THE BOSTON STORE, Saline, ZM2±oIb__ We name the goods,;. We make the price FOSTER'S KID GLOVES The William 5 and 7 Hook in value $1. & $1,25 7SC. "Tlie Fowler" in value $1.50 all colors and sizes. 9 Amos Keag Ginghams—The very best Dress Styles^Sold nowhere for less than 12icents, for 7e. Standard Dress Print Dark Color, SJcents. Now in fullest fenther. Another Big purchase of the very Latest styles bought at J and J off manufacturers prices. Splendid chance to buy a Beautiful Stylish garment, CHEAP MACK & SCHMID This Space Belongs to S. T. FAIRBANK tlie new grocer. Read liis Aiinouneenieiit elsewhere. a A full line of Fall and Winter Millinery. Ladies call and see our elegant Hats and Bonnets both trimmed and untrimmed, also a fine assortment o|* fancy Feathers. Tips and other trimmings. Jackson Cornets and Corset Waists. ^CR-gL M- -^- G-LASIER.
|Title||1893-10-26; 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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