1895-08-29; Saline Observer
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The Observer. A. J. WARREN. Publisher. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY, AUGUST, 29 1895. VOL. -Xy.-NO.44. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. i* T W. GAUNTLETT, D. O. Graduate o£ the Chicago Ophthalmic College and Hospital Will call and test ;-our eyes i£ you address me at MILAN, - MIOH. *D F. SHEEDER, A. NI., NI. D Physician & Surgeon. From the IT. o£ 31. and Jefferson Hospital College, Philadelphia. Late assistant to the Bliss Eye Hospital, Springfield, O. Special attention given- to the eye. Eyes tested ar-cl glasses fitted. Office and Hesidence^the Marsh house, Chicago St. SALINE - - MICH. T\R. G. E. HATHAWAY, Dentist Office over Nichols Bros, drug store. SALINE, - - MIOH. ■4 *» * P 1, JQNES. Attorney at Law. Business attended-to with Promptness and Care. OfBce on McKay street, SALINE, MIOH. /***■ iR.'WILLIANIS Attorney at Law, 6*.speciai:attention paid to Pension Claims o£ all kinds. Neivcomh Block, ■JjIIL^N, : - MICH. C W. CHANOJ-ER, Ifl B., *PH¥S1C1AN and SURGEON yfllce on Adrian Street, first door south of tin' Wallace Block, SALINE, - MIOH. p C. SI.AGHT, Veterinary Surgeon. llACOtf, LENAWEE CO., MICH. Oonneation with Teciimseli by Telegraph aud.by Mail. AM. O.U.W TOOiilTW ATTENDED JO. . Mooreville. Donald Mclntyre is improving. Miss Ida Montonyo bas returned trotn her Albion visit. Mrs. Isaac Clark is entertaining* a daughter from Bay City. 4th Quarterly meeting next Sunday afternoon at tbe M. E. church. Mr. and Mrs. Orson Pepper visited at Geo. Culver's the last of the week. The Ladies' Aid Society met with Mrs. Henderson Wednesday afternoon. Geo. Donaldson and family called on E. B. Ford and family Sunday afternoon. Mrs. James Firman and Mrs. Geo. Culver have returned from their Ypsilanti visit. Miss Libbie Thompson has gone to Clyde, Oakland county to spend the fall with her sister. Marvin Davenport and family, of Ann Arbor, spent Sunday with his brother A. V. Davenport. Mrs. Fox, of Charlotte, i§ spending a weel? with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Goldsmith. Milan Murmunngs. ■".TTATERMAN' PlLOTOGltAPH. GALLERY. (Miss Gillett's old stand.) Will he in Saline every Wednesday and shall he Muasedto meet all in need of work in my line. "}all and see samples ofour work. "PISH'S Barber Shop. lair Cutting, Shaving, Shampooing and all Work in the Barber Line. SALINE, HOMElt triSH. MIOH. A. J. WARREN, CO"*T\rEYANCEK AND Iffotary « Pu"blic« AU legal papers drawn on short nailm SR.4 at prices within the reach of aU. General Fire Insurance a Specialty. CM MEAT MRKET. G. A. LINDENSCHMIDT lg still ftfct'ie 014 sfand, where he is always pre pored to serve his customers with THE BEST IN THE NIARKET in the line of Fresh and Salt Meats of all Kinds, Poultry, Fish, Sausage, Etc., AT POPULAR °R CES. yoipplete steam outfit for manufacturing sau sage. Remember the pld stand. C. A. LINDENSCHMIDT F. Koss has returned from his visiting tour. The campers have returned from lake Erie. Mrs. Chas. Sill visited Azalia friends Tuesday. ftljsg Alma gi-U Is entertaining guests from Wyandotte. Mrs. Blim, of Clayton, visited friends the lust of the week. Eugene Wisdom and family have moved to Shepard. Mr. and Mrs. T. Lacy, of Toledo, are visiting friends here. The fire department has ruined several feet of new hose. Miss K. Lamb returned to her home in BlissQeld Monday. . Mrs. Luxlon and Ghaiiielolt for Canada Tuesday morning. Prof. Mid Mrs. Fuller, of Mooreyille, w ere in town last week. Mrs. Wisdom has returned from her visit with Monroe City friends. A large number from here celebrated German day at Ypsilanti. Prof, and Mrs. Carrick are at home to their friends on Leonard St. Mr. and Mrs. Mell Barnes and son, of Tecumseh visited friends Sunday. Mr. Osborn is the guest of his daughter, Mrs. Frank Leonard. Mr. and Mrs. D. Case and Mrs.Vincent were Maybee visitors last week. Mr, and Mrs. Eansom Rouse were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Eouse Sunday. Misses M. A. Palmer and Eva Clark have returned from their Petoskey sojourn. Mrs. G. XI. Williams is entertaining her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. Sprague, of Ann Arbor and a nephew, Harold Goodrich. POE KNEW ARGON. There seems to h-ife been a, little misz understanding about the law relating Warden Chas. H. Bell wrote to Warden Chase S. Osborn of Sault Ste. to fishing with nets, owing to frequent changes in the law. Deputy Game Marie, regarding the matter in his reply under date of July 80 Mr. Osborn says: ''It is against the law to use a net of any kind for any purpose in the inland waters of the state of Michigan. Consequently it is a violation to use a dip ne"; for the purpose of catching minnows. You will find the law in section 19 of the new compilation. The law is now very stringent and really prohibits everything but hook antjUine fishing in theinland lakes. And as the fish and game warden says in an other letter to Mr. Boll, "It is just as much a violation to attempt to spear as it is to actually do the spearing. The law has been tested and, as it applies to lakes, decided constitutional." The deputy game warden proposes to see that the law is strictly enforced in the county and has received high commendation from liis chief for his zeal and efficiency. He shonld be aided by every fisherman, tis in this -way only will the sport of fishing in old Washtenaw again attain its old lime place, and our bikes again become good fishing grounds.—Ann Arbor Argus. pre M CAN r OBTAIN A PATENT? For a >rompt answer and an honest opinion, write to JITJNN tfc CO., who have hadnearly fifty years' experience in the patent business. Communion* tions strictly confidential. A Handbook.of Information concerning Patents ana how to obtain them sent free. Also a catalogue of mechanical and scientific hooks sent free. Patents taken throntjh Munn & Co. receiva specialnotice in the Scientific Americnu,_and tnu3 are brought widely before the public without cost to the inventor. This; splendid paper, issued weeHv, elesantlrillustratea,hasbyfar tha largest circulation of any scientific wore In tho world. S3 a year. Sample copies sent free. Buildinz Edition, monthly, Sl50 a year. Singlo conies, 25 cents. Every number contains beautiful plates, in colors, and photographs of new houses, with plans, enabling builders to show the latest designs and secure contracts. Address • MUNN & CO., MEW YOKE, 361 BBO&DWATf. Another Sunday Excursion to Toledo Thi: la>t excur.-ion to Toledo was a hummi'r. It consisted of three trains cirrying ncarlv 2,000 people. There are so many places of attraction thai the people who go there wonder why the low rate excursions given by tin- Toledo, Ann Arbor and North Michigan Ity. are not even m-'i'e largely patronized. Tho next one will be- given Sunday Sept. 1st, leaving Urania at 10:46 a. m. Fere for round trip only 75 cents including street car faro to and from the city and Lake Erie park and Casino. Tbe Poet Wiato of the Third Constituent of the Atmosphere. Will Lord Rayleigh and Professor Ramsay have to share the honor of "spotting" tlie third constituent of the atmosphere with Edgar Allan Poe? It certainly looks like it, if we consider the evidence adduced by a correspondent of a "French journal, -who has been dipping into the "Tales of Mystery and Imagination." The passage upon -which this gentleman rests Poe's claims is contained in "The Unparalleled Adventure of One Hans Pfaa'll." It is worth while quoting it in fall: "I then took opportunities of conveying by night to a retired situation east of Rotterdam five iron bound casks, to contain about 50 gallons each, and one of a larger size; six tin tubes 8 inches in diameter, properly shaped and 10 feet in length; a quantity of a particular metallic substance, or semimetal, which I shall not name, and a dozen demijohns of a very common acid. The gas to be formed from these latter materials is a gas never yet generated by any other person than myself—or at least applied to any similar purpose. I can only venture to say here that it is a constituent of azote (nitrogen), so long considered irreducible, and that its density is about 37.4 times less than of hydrogen. It is tasteless, but not odorless ; burns, when pure, with a greenish flame and is instantaneously fatal ta animal life. Its full secret I would make no difficulty in disclosing, but that it of right belongs to a citizen of Nantes, in """"rjiiipp, by whom it was con-, ditionally communicated to myself." ft must be confessed that the mysteri. pus gas evolyed by the force of Poo's imagination has not a little in common with tho argon, whoso acquaintance we are now privileged to make some 50 years later. The "particular metallic substance or semimetal," used by Hans Pfaall, has its fellow in clevite, from which we have been led to understand argon has been extracted when treated with an acid, after the manner of the veracious Dutch balloonist. If the new gas is not precisely regarded as "a constituent of nitrogen," it has at least been declared by some to be an allotrop- io modification of it. No doubt the physical and chemical qualities of Edgar Allan Poe's gas are not exactly those of argon. But what of that? Instead, for example, of being 37 times lighter than hydrogen, argon, we -understand, is very much heavier. It must be remembered, however, that Hans Pfaall had to make a journey to the moon. Had his gas been heavier, how could he have dropped a couple of ballast bags on the head of Mynheer Superbus Van Underduk, and have disappeared above the clouds almost before the worthy burgomaster had recovered himself? The romancer, even when he is a man of science, must surely be allowed a little latitude with his chemistry.—Westminster Gazette. (■'. ?M M OLDEST : BEST 81 Cough-cure, the most promptlaiid effective remedy for diseases of the throat and lungs, is Ayer's CUerry. J'ec.tor'i!, .As \\\\ ('ipevge'iey- meill- pnip, foi* the cure of Croup, Sore Throat, Lung Fever an d Whooping Cough, AYER'S Cherry Pectoral cannot be equaled. E. \M. BliATI'LEY, I). I)., Dis. See. of the American 13ap: tist Publishing Society, Peterslippg, Va., endorses, it, a*- "ipilVPfflPTJolepi polfis, bronchitis, etc. "Dr. JJrawley also adds: To all ministers suffering from throat troubles, 1 recommend Knights of the Maccabees. The State Commander -writes us from Lincoln, Neb., as follows: "After trying other -medicines for what seemed to be a very obstinate cough in our two children -we tried Dr. King's New Discovery and at the end of two days the cough entirely left them. We will not be without it hereafter, as our experience proves that it cures ■where afi other remedies fail." Signed P. "NY. Stephens, State Com. Why not give this great medicine a trill, as it is guaranteed and trial bottles are free at Lister <fc Sheeder Drug Store. Regular size 50c and $1.00 6 AVER*! Awarded Medal at World's .Fair. AVER'S PILLS Cure Liver and Stomach Troubles 3000 A. TOEAJK \ T rnii-trrtflk-* to hmfl> toaci* nny f»irl*riiitelHs>,iitpt-jraDiiof titiier «px, wli>) can read ami write, anil who, 1 after instruction,will work industriously, liow lo cnrn Thre« Thousand Dollars a 'eari-atnetrownlor&litle^wIii-rr-r^rthe/Hve.I wlllnUofrirni.-'U tlif nit nation or employment,!"! wlitrli yon run mm Ilia t amount No money for «iennlcsB?uecrs-'ful as above. Knxily nnd quickly" Vj-cnet!. I desire lint one worker irom each district or county. I tiR-re already taught mid provided with employment a inrce number, who are making ojjjer #30(10 a yrarenclt. U'V'N.KYV •ind SOTjIO. Full partreulnn*'P.KEE. Address nt «>nri> H- '£* A.LLJEJV. SSox 420. Aittruittu. 3Suit---<- KAKL'S CLOVER KOOT will purify your blood, clear your complexion, regulate your bowels and make your head clear as a bell. 25c, 50c, and $1.00 at Lister & Sheeder's. 5 PATENTS Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtained, and all Patent business conducted for Moderate Fees. Our Office is Opposite U.S. patent office and we can secure patent in less time than those remote from Washington. Send model, drawing or photo., with description. We advise, if patentable or not, free of charge. Our fee not due till patent is secured. A Pamphlet, "How to Obtain Patents," with cost of same in the U. S. and foreign countries sent free. Address, C.A.SNOW&CO. Opp. Patent Office, Washington, d. C. Photos from Waterman's are always satisfactory. Trees! Trees! Trees! Evergreens, both Common and Bare and Choice *Varieties,Deciduous Trees Ornamental Trees of all kinds, Large Trees for Park and Street Planting,Hedge and Bordering Plants,Pruit Trees and Plants Budding Stockb and Root Grafts, Nut Trees and Ornamental and Flowering Shrubs, Tree Seeds. We have a larger assortment than any other nursery in America. It so send us a list of what you-wish to plant nnd 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 F/VERGHEEN TREE, FREE, or we will send twenty samples of our trees. 0 to 10 inches high, 5 or 6 sorts, for 25 cents in stamps. Write at once. The Evergreen Nursery Co. EVERGREEN, WIS. S*P*E3H3K,'S GRAPE WINES, ALSO UNFERMEMTED GRAPE JUICE. Used in the principal Churches for Communion. Excellent for females, weakley persons and the aged. Speer's Port Grape Wine FOUR YEARS OLD. '-pms CELEBRATED WINE is the pure juice ■*■ of the dead ripe Oporto Grape, raised n Speer's vineyards, and left "hanging until they shrink and become partly raisined before gathering. Its invaluable Tonic and Strengthing Properties are unsurpassed by any other Wine. Being produced under Mr. Speer's personal supervision,its purity and genuineness are guaranteed by the principal Hospitals and Boards of Health who have examined it. The youngest child and the weakest invalids use it to advantage. It is particularly beneficial to the aged and debilitated, and suited to the various ailiments that affect the weaker sex. It is in every respeot A. WINE TO BE BELIED ON. Speer's Unfermented Grape Juice Is the juice ot the Oporto Gcjpe, preserved in its natural fresh, sweet state as it runs from the press, by fumigation and electricity, thereby destroying the exciter of fermentation. It is perfectly pure, free from spirits and will keep in any climate. Speer's (Socialiate) Claret Is held in high estimation for its richness ns n Dry Table Wine, especially suited for dinner use. Speer's?. J. Sherry Is n wine of Superior Characier nnil iwirlrtkr" of tin-rich qualities of tilt-crape from wliicii it is lit.-ule.- Speer's Climaz Brandy,..Via. 1876, IS A. TORE distillati"ii nrtliegrap^nndxtaiii!:* unrivalled in this country for lueiutail l'drilllsrss It has a peculiar flavor simitar lo I hnf u.f Wir grape from which.it is distill«d.in)il cqimfin ov- ery respectto iheliijih price Old Ciikikii; Brniiii;* of France.from which it cannot be ilistjnjruishiMl See that the signature nt "ALFRED Sl'EEU Passaic, N. J.," is over the cork of each bottle. SOLD BY DRUGGISTS WHO KEEP FIRST GLASS WINES. Every mother whose daughtei* will soon enter school and every teacher whose position demands a neat serviceable but inexpensive dress will be interested in the subject of "School Dresses." The subject has received our earnest attention this year and we think we have solved the problem of combining a low price with a high quality and a stylish weave and ask you to send for samples of any of tho following lots. Lot 1 Lot 2 Lot 3 All Wool Serges. 34 inch Black and Color A durable handsome fabric. 25c. Yard 29c. Yard 39c. Yard AH Wool Novelties 34 inch wide, Rough effects. Destined to be immensely popular All Wool Serges, all shades aud Black Superior fabrics worth 50e. yard These three linos, advance couriers of our magnificant Autumn stock will make us friends wherever sold. Samples sent ou request and goods sent by mail or express free of all charges. E. F. Mills & Co. 20 Main-St. Ann Arbor. Boys' School Suits This is the season of the ye -r to buy this class of goods cheap, We havo theiu at all prices from §1.50 to S6. Suits with two pair of pants and cap also double knee and double seat. Sizes 1 to 16 years. If you want short pants we can give you the best 50c pants in the state. These goods we can sell you as large as 16 years also. Some merchants tell you they do not get them as large, we kuow it, but we do, just so with everything in the clothing line. We can give you everything. Bring your boy and get bin dressed right at a small price. Special Sals of K!sn?s Pants. 200 pairs at $2. Were much higher but we have had them long enough. We want vou to wear them out. Closing Out Sale of MILLINERY And Fancy Goods Without regard to cost Come early and get Bargains. Everything will be sold cheap. Fixtures and good will also for sale. Mrs. L. F. Rhodes, Agt, " City Bakery 3 5 We keep constantly on hand, and fresh daily, All kinds of Bakery goods, siich as Home made, Vienna, Rye and Graham Bread. Fried Cakes, Cookies, Pies, Jelly Rolls and Layer Cakes. We also make any kind of Cake to order on short notice. For tho balance of the season we will furnish the above article at remarkably low prices, by tho gallon, as the people of Saline never heard of. Call for Prices. In soft drinks we have Ice Cream Soda. Ginger Ale, Sour Soda and Root Beer. Give us a call and bo convinced that we lead the Ice Cream trade, both in quantity and price. F. H. BEST. The Baker. C3rO TG^ E. H. CRESSY, lin is ,-:(>lliii!r 'Wall-ill"!". Clni'ks -mil .Inwnlry r.lii-vipi'i* ili-in sun iirni in tins CimiiLv. <£ii anil grl iii.-* prii'i's. it vviil wivi- \<m .iihhh'\. ' )n jim> n>|iuiriii'f« Im i>' nt filii: li-'siil biith six to priei-. ninl wnrkiuaii^ j-l)"]'. ' \ "apueiul iilli'iitioti i-iiM to liilng :mil rfpniriiigSpcwUiii!;*. A full j-iijiplv of liic.yi-.li! sntiilrii's and ri'p*i.irinsr. ami 'ieiilli'ini'.ifs hi- -• ryclos mailo uviT for .L-ti'Has. Give mis .a call, and I will gu:ir- jnit'H! salisfai-lioit. E.H. OBESSY.
|Title||1895-08-29; 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.|