1894-06-14; Saline Observer
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If-*- The Saline Observer SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY, JUNE 14,1894. A. J. WARREN. Publisher. VOL. XIV.-NO. 33; ■cr BUSINESS DIRECTORY. PROFESSIONAL. P E.JONES. Attorney at Law. Business attended to with Promptness nnd Care. Office on McKay street. SALINE. MICH. Q. R. WILLIAMS Attorney at Law, Especial attention paid to Pension Claims of all kinds. NewcQmb Block, MILAN, - - MIOH. O W. CHANDLER, M D., PHrSlCIAKIand.SUKGEOJS. Dfflce on Adrian Street, first door south of the Wallace Block, SALINE. - MICH. p C. SLAGHT, Veterinary Surgeon. " MiCON, LENAWEE CO., MICH. Connection with Tecumseh by Telegraph aiid.by Mail. All. CALLS PBOHPi'LY ATTE.S'DED TO. MISCELLANEOUS WATERMAN' PllOTOGHAPH GALLERY. (Miss Gillett's old stand.) Will be in Saline every Wednesday and shall be Meus-red to meet all in need o£ work in my line. 3ull and see samples of our work. J7 CORDON, The Pioneer Painter. Over Forty Years Experience. Jarriage, Sign and Ornamental Painting, Paper Hanging, Frescoing, Etc. SALINE, - MICH. vy M. BRIGGS, Practical Painter. louse painting, graining, paper hanging and kalsomining. AU work promptly and neatly done, and satisfaction guaranteed, SALINE. - - MICH. y AN DOZER'S Barber Shop. lair Cutting, Shaving, Shampooing and all Work in the Barber Line. Bath room in connection. Hot or cold baths at A.B.V^NDUZER. MICH.. ny times. SALINE, A. J. WARREN, CONVEYANCER AND Notary - Public*, All legal papers drawn on sliorl notice and at prices within the reach of all. General Fire Insurance a Specialty. AMRBORELECTRIC GRANITE WORKS Designers & Builders of Artistic Granite and Marble Memorials Oa hand large quantities of all the vai'ious Granites in the Rough, and are prepared to execute tine Monumental work on short notice. John Baumgardner, Prop. Ann Arbor. CITY MEAT MARKET. G. A. LINDENSCHMIDT Is still at the old stand, where he is always pre jjiared to serve his customers with THE BEST IN THE MARKET in the line ol Fiesh and Salt Meats of all Kinds, Poultry, Fish, Sausage, Etc., AT POPULAR PRICES. (inplete steam outfit for manufacturing sa sage. Remember the old stand. G. A. LINDENSCHMIDT* EXTERMINATING THE BISON. Arrest of a Poacher While Slaughtering Buffalo In Yellowstone Park. A Washington special says George S. Anderson, captain Sixth. United States cavalry and acting superintendent of the Yellowstone park, has made a report of what is considered the most important arrest and capture ever made in the park. He says: "Some time since one of mysnowshoe parties got on the trail of a man with a Bled, on Astringent creek, near Pelican. The trail was old when discovered, and in consequence it was not followed. About the same time a man, ascertained to be one Ed Howell of Cook City, passed my station of Soda Butte in the night and went on into Cook. I knew that in the condition of the snow*he was not carrying out any trophies, so I determined to make further search on the Pelican. On the 6th inst. I started out a party consisting of Captain Scott, Lieutenant Forsyth B. Burgess, the scout, two sergeants and Haynes, the park photographer. On the 11th instant Captain Scott, Lieutenant Forsyth Burgess and Sergeant Fricke arrived at the lake. The nest morning in a terrific storm Burgess and the sergeant started across to the Pelican country and camped about two miles northwest of Fern Lake. The nest morning he found near his camp a cache of six buffalo scalps and skulls, three good skins and three more that the hair had been partially taken off, being made into hide. The trail was there kept on, and about noon of that day he ran into a fresh trail, which he followed to a lode erected near the mouth of Astringent creek. While there he heard several shots, and soon saw the culprit down in the middle of the Pelican valley. "Here he performed an act of bravery that deserves especial mention and recognition. The poacher was undoubtedly armed with a repeating rifle. It was equally certain that he was a desperate character and woulfl resist arrest, even to the point cf talcing life. The only arm that Burgess and the sergeant carried was a single army revolver. Notwithstanding the serious risk, they boldly started forward over the 400 yards- of open valley. The poacher was so occupied in skinning his buffalo that he did not see Burgess until he "was within 15 or 20 feet of him. He then started for his rifle, but on an order from Burgess stopped and surrendered. Near him were the bodies of five buffalo, fresh killed. That night he was taken to the Lake hotel and subsequently brought to this place, where I now hold him confined in the guardhouse, awaiting your orders in the case. He was brought in by Burgess and one man of my party on the evening of the 16th." A KEGRO PLAYS SPOOK. Middle-point Residents lay tho Ghost Which Has Disturbed Tliem. It turns out that the spook that has been making life a burden for the citizens of Middlepoint, 0., and the Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and Chicago railroad men is a human being, and a colored person at that. The citizens of that place were determined to solve the mystery, and a reward of §50 was offered to any one who would spend a night at the water station and capture the ghostly specter. Failing to find any one who would undertake the task, they appointed a committee to investigate. Thursday night the committee, which was composed of three men, two shotguns, ono revolver and a brace of bulldogs, started for the water station and secreted themselves in the pumphouse. They watched in silence until about 11 o'clock, when a man was seen making his way across afield to the station. He ensconsed himself behind the water tank and prepared for his work by placing a sheet over his head and a football that had been painted white in his left hand. He had not long to wait for a victim. A young man was returning from a spelling match with his best girl, and when they were within 50 feet of the station the spook noiselessly made its way to the railroad and stationed itself between the rails. The sight of the specter was too much for the young man's nerves, and he made a break across the field, leaving the young lady to look out for herself. At this point the committee swooped down upon the spook and captured it after a chase of half a mile. The sheet was removed, and the spook was recognized as George Bartley, a colored man. The committee started back to town with their prisoner, two of them carrying the arsenal and the third leading the captured spook. Before reaching town Hartley succeeded in breaking away from his captors and started for the woods. Several shots were fired after him. It is not known, whether they took effect, as after reaching the woods he gave his pursuers the slip. The committee returned to town and reported their capture. Some of the citizens are in doubt about the capture, but the story is generally believed, as the committee have in their possession a sheet and a white football as evidence.—Lima Special. New TTse For a lineiiiCuff. "Look here," said a well, known man the other day, "this is a letter from a friend who is now in Pittsburg." The speaker produced a soiledrcnff on which a message had been writbsn. The cuff bore the stamp of the Kttsbnrgiiostofivce, as well as a canceled postage stamp. The message read: "I hawe"rct any paper at hand, but Uncle Sara-will transmit this cuff, for which I hafre no further use. Linen is of no use-to ja man who id dead flat busted. Send | me $100."— Philadelphia Record. _ ^ THE TRACK IS READY. TROTTEUS SOW FI/VIXG OX THE K13W BETKOIT COURSE. Tlie Masriiittnlc of the Euuii>m<.-ii.lM In Hardly Coneeivalili-—Prospects of it Great fleeting. The harrow has completed the work of dressing the surf ace. of the new track ol the Detroit Driving Club and even now the fast ones are slipping over the springy soil. The undertaking of building such a track is one of great magnitude and the club officials are well satisfied with the result. With high-pitched turns and a chute down the stretch that will make even a faint-hearted horse fairly 11/, the equipment is a grand one «nd if records are not broken the fault will be wit", the animals and not the track. The club is desirous of getting the track in the finest possible condition before t'.-.t annual Blue Ribbon Meeting in .luly, arr: for that reason the free use of stalls am: track are extended to all who .-.u** t train there. The soil is so easy that i will be a grand place to work '.-olris, a , already applications for stall r*>*>in ..ir coming in from all parts of the -::> <. The more work the better fey t.ie i: c.r.. and trainers are taking ad.-antase of t •■ offer. In another week -..he finishing touche.-- will be put on the grand stand and thfc magnificent structure will be a revelaU.... to those who see it for the first tun*' Towering far above the surrounding bui d ings and club houses one can scarcely conceive its enormous capacity. it 1** twice as large as the stand which burned after the last meeting on tae f*imed Ham- tramck tra.-k and is by lengodds the ha d somest stand on any trotting track from an architectural standpoint. Secretary Campbell announces that every nominator in the $10,000 Merchants' and Manufacturers' purse for 2:21 trotters, has made the third payment and it is certain that the field in this event will be one that will dazzle the spectator. The victories of Hendryx, Walter E. Temple Bar, Nightingale and Siva will long live in the memory of the horseman, but it is probable that Siva's record of 2:13% will be relegated to the things that are gone by this year. A special dispatch announces that Orrin Hickbk-will be here with the great Directum, but this will not strike terrors to the free-for-all owners who promise to turn out in force and give the black fellow some hard races this year. lake Shore & Michigan Southern R. R I Exp. | Way and Freight. | Mail I I Exp-1 I and I Way I JIail I Ft. GOIWlVfiST GOING EAST Hi!) ] 153 | I .54 168 P.M. A. M. 3.10 n.2s 2.35 0.40 2.55 0.40 3.14 10.03 3.53 io.2r 4.23 10.43 5.o:* 10.57 i.25 11.09 5.40 11.15 5.50 11.10 6.10 11.27 6.45 ii as 7.10 11.55 P. M. 6.45 2.50 5 50 10.30 Dp. Ypsilanti Ar. .KMstieldJunct. — .Saline ..Bridgewater .. ..Manchester... Watkins Brooklyn.... ...Woodstock.. Somerset Somerset Center ... Jerome .... -North Adams.. Ar. Hillsdale Dp. Ar. Chicago Dp. Toledo Cleveland... Ar. Buffalo Dp. p. M 4.55 4.39 4.30 4.10 3.53 3.37 3.23 3.11 3.05 3.01 2.53 2.43 2.25 A.M. 8.00 9.50 5.45 P.M. 11.50 A. at. 11.45 11.20 10.50 10.03 9.00 8.47 8.39 7.48 7.37 7.30 7.15 7.00 6.25 Trains run by Central standard time. Tickets to all points for sale. The take Shore via Cleveland in connection witli the Erie and P. & L. E. K. Bs. form the quickest and most direct route to Pittsburch. A. J. Suitji. G P. & T. A., D. A. Bennett, Cleveland. O. Agent. York Stoke Pogis. Improve* your dairy hy tho uso of a butter bred Jersay bull. Turk Stoke Pogis, siivd by Slokn Pngis of L'liden. Sire of two World's Fair Cows, one of which won third place in the great September lest. Choice young bulls foi sale. J, F, Avery. WANTED SALESMEN! to sell a choice line ol Nursery Stock and Seed Potatoes. Liberal Salary or Commission paid Weekly. Permanent, and payiug Positions to Good Men. Special Inducements to Beginners. Exclusive Territory Given if Desifed. Write at once for terms. The Hawks Nursery Co., .Rochester. N. Y. A Quarter Century Test. Pol' a quarter of a century Dr. King's New descovery lias been tested, and the millions who have received benefit from its use testify to its wonderful curative powers in all diseases of Throat, Chest aud Lungs A remedy that has stood the test so long and that lias given so universal satisfaction s no experiment. Each bottle is positively iguaranteed to give relief, or the money will bo refunded. It is admitted to be the most reliable for Coughs and Colds. Trial bottles Free at Nichols Bros, drug store. Large size Site, a-id §1.00. <> xnuuil.llO a.Tear la uclnp m*3n by .Tolrin TL Good*vin.Troy,*s\Y.,a» work for ns. Header, tuii imiy nut nmhc as much, but we can teach youf-uiekly lio*v to earn from *5 to $10 a (lay at the start, and more asyoajr*. on. liulh sexes, all opes. In any |iart of ;Amerie;t. you can commence at home, pr- iiicr all yonr *une,«r spare momenta only tc the work. All is new. Great pay SCHKiVr *'verv* worker. We start you. fomishiir** en-rvtlihic. KASH.Y.SPEEDIWlcanmL I'AKTICLLAIIS i'llEE. Address at ouce, ST1.NSU.S * CO., rOl.TLAlD, BA!*-i- Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The Best Satve in the world for Cuts Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Blieum, 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. Prico 25 cents per box. For sale by Nichols Bros., the Druggists. Don't TobaoM Spit or Smoke Your Life Awarf s the truthful, startling title of a little book that tells all about No-to-bac, the wonderful, harmless, Guaranteed tobacco habit care. 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.J Address The Sterling Eemedy Co., Indiana Mneral Springs, ilnd 1 [jSuii. HENS . To produce eggs abundantly during} ■the fall and -winter, or when confuted! Lin small yards. MU [have feed and care adapted to tliosej •conditions. Hens are sure to ^abundantly -when PMfie Poultpy food [is mixed -with soft feed for themj levery morning. | Sold everywhere, lib. 25c, 2!?lbs. 60c.. F5 lbs. $1.00. If you cannot get it, send $1.00]l |to me for a 5 lb. pkg. by express prepaid. L. B. LORD, Prop, Burlington, Vt., U. S. A, MOM! Having secured Irom 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, Markers, 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, Are again running lew Mac!hinex>5f Has just beeu placed and we are now prepared to do as good work as can be done and to produce as line grade flour as can be made from wheat. We shall continne onr Large Rim of Custom work' and are in shape to serve you on short notice with good flour or other milling Our flour will bo found in all the leading groceries, and sold* as low as any other goods of equal quality. Give us a share of yolir trade. Friis & Minnett. Is tie Best too Good? CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT? For a prompt answer and an honest opinion, write to MCSN <fc CO. j -who have had nearly fifty years' experience in the patent business. Communications strictly confidential. A Handbook of Information concerning Patents and how- to obtain them sentfree. Also a catalogue of mechanical and scientific books sent free. Patents taken through Mann & Co..receive special notice in tbe Scientific American, and trims are brought widely before the public without cost to the inventor. This splendid paper, issued weekly, elesantly illustrated, has byfar tbe largest circulation of any scientific work in the world. S3 a year. Sample copies sentfree. Building Edition, monthly, $150 a year. Single copies, 25 cents. Every number contains beautiful plates, in colors, and photographs of new houses, with plans, enabling builders to show the latest desiens and secure Contracts. Address H0JSN & CO., Hew Yobk, 361 Bboadwat. KEEP COOL! During the warm weather we will keep a complete line oE Summer goods Just what you will want for comfort. A new supply of Llama Cloth Sun Umbrellas India Linen Cooi Wove Corsets Challies Ladies1 Jersey Vests Crepons Ladies' Jersey Kuee Pants Duck Cloth New Prints Plaid White Goods New Ginghams Striped White Goods New Shirting They are cheap and something new. Fancy Embroidered Handkerchiefs for 5 cents; Ladies' and Misses Silk Mitts, in Tan, Black, and Cream. Don't Forget! that we keep shoes. G*. G. *1 : " Are having a large Sale, as •well they Tmay. Most people appreciate getting 75 cents worth •for 50 cents. Do?Scyou? -Ajt) 85c ^^sigsag&ftP-- We offer a line of 32 inch China Silks in Black, Cream and all colors, warranted to wear and wash, that are well worth a dollar a^yard. E. F. 20 Main St. ills & Co ANN ARBOR. E. W. FORD & SON are agents for tho BIRCH PLOWS BISSELL PLOWS GALE PLOWS and sell the geinuny repair.*.. They carry the most complete line of Farm Tools in the country nad always havu something new and novel to oli'or you. Don't fail to see tlieir new SPRAY PUMPS. Nothing Nicer To beautify a room than clean fresh paper. Our 13-ssIgii-s £11 Wall Papsi? are all up to date stock is all new. Our Prices Our Aim Are guaranteed to suit. Is to please you and we can do it. No Old Stock everything fresh and clean. Chas, Burkhart. rramjaoiiiiiriVf-'rMLjiiiMMt«!cu.'i'!»aa?8 ±.£L*1L~A.AAJ,.^,.. sAdafci-sraiaaaBtoggS^Lii , til -il...
|Title||1894-06-14; 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.|