1895-06-27; Saline Observer
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" '^^SKfWW^^^^S^^^^---"- vJ^ —~. —,- ,. ■, ,,.Ui ^^i^p^-r-™.-^ r^ ••?-- The Saline * **■ -> m. A. J. WARREN. Publisher. t -4 SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MIOH., THURSDAY, JUNE, 27 1895. VOL. XV.~NO.35. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. T W. GAUNTLETT, D.'Q. Graduate of the (JMcago 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 TJ. of M. and Jefferson Hospital College, Philadelphia. Late assistant to the Bliss Eye Hospital, Springfield, O. Special'attention given to the eye. Eyes tested and glasses fitted. Office and Residence—the Marsh house, Chicago St. SALINE - - MIOH, Commencement p R. B. E. HATHAWAY, Dentist Office over Nichols Bros, drug store. SALINE, - - MICH. Another Year Has Passed—Another Class Has Bid Farewell To The Old School Building—And Again We Miss The Sound Of The Cheerful Bell. F e. j o:n e s. Attorney at Law. Business attendedjto with Promptness and Care. Office on McKay street, SALINE, - • MIOH. Q. IR. WILLIAMS Attorney at Law, Especial attention paid to Pension Claims of all kinds. New-comb Block, MIOH. MILAN, O W. CHANDLER, M D., PHrSieiAN and SURGEON Office on Adrian Street, first door sout*i of the Wallace Block, SALINE, - MIOH. p C. SLAQHT, Veterinary Surgeon. MACOlf, LENAWEE CO., MICH. Connection witn Tecumseh by Telegraph and by Mail. ALL CALLS PKOJIPTEY ATTENpEp TO. U7"ATERiVJAN' PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY. (Miss Gillett's old stand.) "Will be in Saline every "Wednesday and shall be .ileasedto meet all in need of work in my line, ball and see samples of our work. IRISH'S Barber Shop. lair Cutting, Shaving, Shampooing and all Work in the Barber Line. HOMER ITISH. MIOH. SALINE, A. J. ~.W*»«i*l! CONVEYANCES AND Itfota-•?--#- - Public- All legal papers drawn on short notice and at prices within the reach o£ all. GgggraJ fm Jpppce GITC MEAT MARKET. G. A. LINDENSCHMIDT Is still at the old stand, where he is always pre pgred to g^jry"? J*!"" customers with THE BEST IN THE MARKET ta the line of Fresh and Salt Meats of all Kinds, Poultry, Fish, Sausage, Etc., AT POPULAR "RICES. Complete steam outfit for manufacturing sau Bags, yemember fte qW stftRd. C. A. LINDENSCHMIDT frMfBra Con mkCAVt Al 0, t HAUL MAKKSV W COPYRIGHTS* ^ fiAll I OB-CAIN .-* *" -- Srompt answer and an HJNN&CO.,whohave experience in the patent business. Connmmlca. tions strictlsr confidential. A Handbook of In. formation concerning Patents and how toi obtain them sent free. Also a catalogue of mechanical and scientific books sent flee. _ Patents taken through Mnnn & Co. receive Serial notice in the Scientific American, and ns are brought widely before the public without coat to the inventor. This splendid paper, issued weekly, elegantly illustrated, has by far the largest circulation of any scientific work in tha world. S3 a year. Sample copies sent free. Building Edition, monthly, $i50 a year. Single copies, 35 cents. Every number contains beau- * hotograpbs of new r uilderatoshowtho is anil secure contracts. Address ul plates, in colors, and photographs of new Duses. with plans, enablingbu"J *-—""" itast designs and secure cbntn . _ itUNNSCO, NEWXOKK, 361BEOADWAT. Our exercises proper, commenced Sunday evening June 16, at the school ehapel, when Professor W. N. "Lister gave the baccalaureate address. His remarks were not lengthy or tiresome, but were well framed, interesting and instructive. Mr. Lister is a cleat* and easy speaker, which adds much to the ease of the listener. The High School choir furnished music for the occasion which was well rendered. Promotion Exercises. Wednesday morning June 19, found the many young faces pf the different grades of our schools up early and anxious to don their best clothes for the closing exercises of the various depart- ments,where some would receive a certificate admitting them to a higher room, and others to a promotion in the same room. These are pleasant days and days that we will never forget. Pew scholars can realize the happiness of school life until it has passed. They were ours, and to the classes to come, will be your most pleasant days. The program for the morning was mostly a flag day exercise, in which several war 'songs were rendered, and the colors of our country finely displayed. ALUMNI • Thursday night was the appointed time for this meeting, and the several committees had labored hard to make the event a pleasant and profitable one, and to this end they were most successful. The school chapel was the place selected and was most suitable. The program was a we\\ arranged and selected one. Miss Alice Sturm gave a few piano selections, and P. H. Bouse sang two fine solos which comprised the musical part. A letter for the occasion written by each Webster Kuckman and Mrs. A.bbie Woods, past graduates, was read. In each of these the broad gulf between the pleasant days of school life and the "busy toil and hardships of after life were clearly shown. Rev. Geo. A. Brown, class of '83 followed in a fine address, using for his theme "School Day Dreams." From this he pictured tbe student from early scholarship to maturity,illustrat- ing how some were encouraged and prospered by dreams of ambition. Miss Agues Seal's ne--t gate a! recitation, following, the president, Miss Minnie Jones, announced that there was still abetter part of the program that was omitted by the printer— and that was the banquet which was in readiness, and was most agreeably enjoyed. The Alumni present with their friends spent the remainder of the evening in a social way, rehearsing old times both in s-jhool a^d since, COMSIBNCEMENT. Friday evening at the opera house, found, as on former occasions, every seat full and standing room went at a premium, long before dark people began to assemble and as soon as the doors were opened the house began to fill. As usual th.3 orchestra. Chequame- gon, was slow in getting in their places and it wag heifer than §;8fi when'Prof. Lister called for the opening piece of music. The orchestrafurnished several selections, and after prayer by Rev. T. B. Leith, Prof. Lister made a few remarks explaining why Dr. Boone was absent, also introduced Prof. D'Ooge, of the Normal, as speaker of the evening. Mr. D. took the floor and for nearly an hour advanced many good thoughts. The audience from the start seemed yery much cjissappintiesl in, npt finding" Dr." Booije fheV& a^3 expected, and will doubtless he q. long time in forgiving him for the dissapointment. Mr. Bassett next, iu a very neat and bright littlespeech presented the class, Misses Minola Cook, Grace MeMann, Minnie Baty, Purnell DePuy and Florence Briggs their diplomas and started them our, in life with bright and happy prospects. The graduates were well remembered by their friends who presented them many tokens gf remembrance of their noble work. Among them was some very nice and costly ones, of these they were mostly sent to their homes and not taken to the opera house, which has been the custom in years past. Thus the pleasant and prosperous .school year of 1S95 closed, long to I e remembered by the class and their associates. Mooreville. Doc. Phillips is setting out celery plants on his marsh. Alfred Davenport lost a valuable cow last week. Her udder measured 42 inches after being milked out. V. E. Davenport and Charley Avery made a trip to Battle Creek last week and visited the Nichols & Shepard Threshing Machine Works in view of buying a machine. John Day, of Detroit, spent a few days at Milo Clark's. Mrs. McMullen and daughter have gone to Ypsilanti to attend commencement. Chas. Fellows and wife, ef Saline, called at A. G. Mclntyre's Sunday. J. D. Forsythe has just finished tiling the 40 acre he purchased of Amos Hall making 2 miles of tile. Geo. and John Culver did the work. Miss Lucy Davenport has returned home from Ann Arbor. Mr. A. H. Hotchkin and daughter, Mrs. Fitzgerald and sons, of Saline, spent Friday at Chas. Horton's. Mrs. Henderson made a trip to Briton the first of the week. The Misses Lockwood, of Milan, visited Misses Guita and Cora Hobb's. Mrs. Lucy Keller, of London, has been visiting at Geo. Culver's. Mr. King, of Ypsilanti, is repairing and tuning organs in this vicinity. Milan Murmunngs. Did Yo« Ever Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for your troubles? If not, get a bottle now and get relief. This medicine has been found to be peculiarly adopted to the relief and cure of all Female Complaints, exerting a wonderful direct influence in giving strength and tone to the organs, li yon have Loss of Appetite, Constipation, Headache, Fainting Spells or are Nervous, Sleepless, Excitable, Melancholy or troubled with Dizzy Spells, Electric Bitters is the medicine you need. Health and Strength are guaranteed by its use. Large bottles only fifty cents at Nichols Bros. Drug Store. 3 When occasion demands its use, try DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve. It is cooling to burns, stops pain instantly, a perfect healer for scalds or si* in eruptions. Always cures piles. Nichols Bros. Sometime ago I was troubled with an attack of rheumatism. I used Chamberlain's Pain Balm and was completely cured. I have since advised many of my friends and customers to try the remedy and all speak highly of it, Simon Goldbaum, SanLuis Rey, Cal. For Sale hy Dr. Unterkircher druggist. Captain Sweeney, IT. S. A., San Diego, Cal., says. "Shiloh's Catarrh "Remedy is the first medicine I have ever found that wonld do me any good. Price 50c. Sold at Nichols Bros. 6 Mrs. Flora Guy visited Ann Arbor Monday. Miss Cora King, of St. Clair, is the guest of her mother Mrs. J. C. Rouse. Miss Matie Smith is entertaining her cousin Miss T. Smith, of St. Clair. Ser. E. A. Noble and wife, of Detroit, were guests of Atty. and Mrs. G. R. Williams last week. Heath Bros, hay-e a yer.y fine d.rng store cm w. Main St. Rev. J. P. Hutchinson, of Ann Arbor, preached at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning. Cherries are nearly ready for market. Mr. and Mrs. D. Burchard, of Detroit have moved here. Miss Imo Whitmarsh has returned from her Ann Arbor visit. Messrs Ben and Clay Waite, of Scio, spent Saturday and Sunday with Dr. and Mrs. S. Chapin. Mr. and Mrs. A. Delaforce entertained guests from out of town the last of the week. Mr. and Mrs. E. Case have retyrpefj from the|r P(etr.pit "sasit. The Masons held a social at their temple Monday evening. The Baptist society aire improving the inside of their church with paper. O. E. Jones has improvect-hie store with a coat of paint. R. Kingsley '97 medical class of the U. of M. is at home. The T^elqecca lac]ieg fcp.ld a lawn fete at the home 'of Mrs. C. M. Blackmer this evening. No rain, gardens are looking thirsty. Died, Mrs. Ada Dexter June 22nd after a long and painful illness. The funeral services were held at tbe house Monday afternoon. "Prof, and Mrs. Carrick were in town last week. Mrs. Springer is on the sic}v list-j -•»•■ -'■ ^tfgf 9 *^'—■ "" ■ " A case of double brain action of much apparent significance has been recorded by Mr. L. C. Bruce in Brain. Tn one condition the patient spoke in English, in the other his language was Welsh. In his English period he was the subject of chronic mania. He was right handed, showed fair intelligence and remembered clearly the events of previous English p,er4Qds, hut had no pegpllecfcion. of tha Qoaureuqes of the Welsh portion of bis existence. He wrote hy preference with his right hand in the usual way; but on request would write with his left hand, in that case producing mirror writing—that is traversing the paper from right to left. When in his Welsh stage, however, he. was left handed and the subject of dementia. His speech was almost unintelligible, but was all in Welsh so far as could be understood and fte had no }dea of "English. His mental and physical conditions together were there- verse of what they were in the English state. These observations convince Mr. Bruce that the right and left hemispheres of the cerebrum are capuble of independent action, each controlling' the person's thought and existauee during its active period, and alone receiving the mental impressions of that period. I have two little grandchildren who are teething this hot summer weather and are troublad with bowel complaint. I gave them Ghamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and it acts like a charm. I earnestly recommend it for children with bowel troubles. I was myself taken with a severe attack of bloody flux with cramps and pains in my stomach one third of a bottle of this remedy cured me. Within twenty four hours I was out of bed and doing my housework Mrs. W.L. Duna- gan, Bon-aqua Hickman co. Tenn ."Tor sale by Dr. Unterkirplier, druggist). John ,have you seen that wo man 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. Trees! Trees! Trees! Evergreens., Tf-tftth "joiattien and Rare and Ohoioe "V"arieties,Deciduous Trees Ornamental Trees of all kinds, Large Trees for Park and Street Plantihg,Hedge and Bordering Plants,Fruit Trees and Plants Budding Stocks and Root Grafts, Nut Trees and Ornamental and Flowering Shrubs, Tree §eed_§t "* We have el }$rgey. assortment than any cither, nursery in America. ji i ii m or m If so send us a list of what you wish to plant and we will quote you lower prices than ever offered. When you send the list cut out this advertisement and we will send you by mail, post paid, one small EVERGREEN TREE, FREE, or we will send twenty samples of our trees, (j to "JQ inches high, 5 or 6 sorts, for 25 c,en,ts. \n stamps. "Write at once, The Evergreen Nursery Co. EVERGREEN, WIS. O.M. KELSEY, —as&jg and STABLE Special and prompt attention given to Funerals and Parties. Hack to and from all trains. -My R!g§ suee ail New, Comfortable and Nice. SALINE, MICH. Sna; nttle fcrtnnrth&re been naffeil work for. u», bv -Auua rage, Austin, Texas, nnd Jnb-Uono, Toledo, Ohio. [See cj't, Ofhcrajire JoIaBasweU.'Wby tnotyon? SoiiieVnrn i**rer.*&00.00 s [month. Toil cgudothe-worltana lire 1st hoipe, wIierwTer ■foji are. Even be- glnnersJ*ro-'*nslly prtrniBjr froro #& Jq ■jlOaday-AHcjTPS. \Ve**t?W;&'■''how' add start you. Can *TP.l3*- &wretmi> or all the titan. Ili&mchaViferVQrfcs era. F-illimr ua|i»\\'H'**"iJ\ofi'e thVm. - ■-nu.i.i.-, v* ^VrarraxVnndeTfijr.'Parricularsfree. ISJBbille-tttfe <ib^i5«lic8aorortluud.M'aiJao Say Folks $10.00 Suits for $6.65 $8.00 Suits for $5.65 $6. and $7. Suits for 4.65. They are going fast at these figures, don't wait too long, Tes, wev'e got 'em ! Light weight Coats and Coats and Vests for the hot weather. Black Alpaca Single Coats Light Wool Coats and Vests, and Dusters as well. A full line of Gents' summer weight underwear Balbriggan, Gauze, Merino Etc. Straw Hats rh"e,v„ei7K^cheape- than ever before. SHOES of all Kinds, Style and Price. From Sl.OO to So 00. Men's, Boys' and Misses1. A number of new styles just received. GLOVES, SOX. TIES, SUSPENDERS, COTTON Pants, Overalls Jackets, Collars, Cuffs, largest and best line of Furnishings in town at lowest SPOT CASH price. HARPER & PARSONS, Cash Outfitters Saline, Mich. Our Mid-summer "Closing Sale" $em8gmms®ffl&®siffl8&s&&'' Commencing^ Saturday a. m., June 30, and continuing until a/trcLincLa,^., J"-i3LXy l_3l32hL. Summer XVEerdiandise # Will be closed at prices that will Speedily close every yard and every article. F*1 32 in. Scotch Ginghams reg. price 19c 25 cent Silk Stripe Collars. 20 cent Fine Figured Botistlo. 18 cent Figured Piquies. 25 cent French Satines. A Sample Bargain ^—"oss-j^^. All at 12 l-2c Summer goods-will rapidly disappear from our counters at the attractive prices to "be made. E. F. Mills & Co, 20 Main St. Ann Arbor. Kasa&tivurntrHmnkBaKmm A Complete I4n§ of WALL PAPER From Two Of The Largest Factories In The V-i Lowest PricesJlver Known Come in and see our $1.25 LadiesVFme S&qss, Others ask $ J .50 for it. Chas. Burkhart.
|Title||1895-06-27; 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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