1895-09-05; Saline Observer
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*'' The Saline Observer SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER, 5 1895. A. J. WARREN. Publisher. VOL. XV.~Na.45. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 4* T W. GAUNTLETT, D. O. Graduate of the Chicago OpMMmiCiCollege and Hospital "Will call and test your eyes if you address me at MILAN, - MIOH. T> F. SHEEDER, A. M., NI. □ Physician & Surgeon. From the U. of M. and Jefferson "Hospital College, Philadelphia. Late assistant to the Bliss Eye Hospital, Springfield, O. Special attention given to the eye. Eyes tested a«d glasses fitted. Office and Residence—the Marsh house, Chicago St. SALINE - - MIOH. * '# D R. G. E. HATHAWAY, Dentist Office over Nichols Bros, drug store. SALINE, - - MIOH. F T> E.JONES. Attorney at Law. Business attendedlto with Promptness and Care. Office on McKay street. SALINE, MIOH. (""J. .R. WILLIAMS Attorney at Law, Especial attention paid to Pension Claims of aU kinds. Newconib Block, MICH. MILAN, O W. CHANDLER, NI D., " PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Office on Adrian Street, first door sout*i of tlie Wallace Block, SALINE, - MIOH. * * C. SLAGHT, Veterinary Surgeon. M-YCOtf, UENA-WEE CO., MiCH. Connection witn Tecumseh by Telegraph and by Mail. ALL CALLS PROMPTLY ATTESDED TO. VVTATERN1AN' PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY. (Miss Gillett's old stand.) Will be in Saline every Wednesday and shall be Dleasedto meet all in need of work in my line, ""all and see samples otour work. F ISH'S Barbershop. lair Cutting. Shaving, Shampooing and all Work in the Barber Line. HOMER FISH. SALINE, - • MIOH. A. J. WARREN, CONVEYANCES AND 3STota2?-y » Public. All legal papers drawn on short notice and ut prices within the reach ol all. General Fire Insurance a Specialty. CM MEAT MARKET. 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 the line of Fresh and Salt Keats ot all Kinds, Poultry, Fish,. Sausage, Etc., AT POPULAR oRjCES. I umplete steam outfit for manufacturing sau sago. Hemember the old stand. C. A. LINDENSCHMIDT Mooreville. School commenced Monday with C. M. Fuller and Miss Chase as teachers. Levi Mead was home from Ann Arbor Sunday. Sam Draper is spending the week in Detroit. Several attended the races at Tecumseh. Saturday. Mrs. Fannie Beese is on ihe sick list. Master Abe Davenport visited his uncle in Ann Arbor last week. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Horton Sept. 1st, a 9Jlb boy. Frank Warner's baby is sick vith Cholera Infantum. Miss Ida Montonye has commenced school in the tamarack dist rict. C. M. Fuller has moved Into Volney Davenports house. Mrs. A. C. Hathaway has returned from her Quincy visit. CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT? Fora prompt answer and an honestopmion.jTiteig MUNN dfc CO., who have had nearly flfty years" experience In the patent business, ^mmunlca- tions [strictly confidential. AHandbookof *tn- tormatton: concerains Patentsi and bow tj> op- tain them sent free. Also a catalogue or mechanical and scientific books sent free. „„,-« Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive special notice tnthe Scientific American^and thus are brought widely beforetne publlciritn- out cost to the inventor. This splendid paper. Issued weeSdy. elepantlyillustrated..has byiartbe largest circulation of any scientific work In the world. S3 a year. Sample copies sent free. Bulletins Edition, montbly, 52.50 a year. Singw copies, 185 cents. Every number contains beautiful plates, in colors, and photographs of new houses, with plans, enabling Builders to show too latestdesicns and secure contracts. Address jUUMN & CO- HEW YORK, 361 BSOADWAT. Milan Murmunngs. Mrs. Chas. Sill is seriously ill. 3. C. Rouse visited Detroit the first oE the week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Guy and son have returned from their visiting tour. Chas. Sill is putting down a new well hoping to strike the same vein that Vincent and Messic did. Little Blanch Farrington, 4 years of age, lost a portion of the middle finger of her right hand in the gearing of H. C. Sill's windmill Wednesday afternoon. Miss Bertha Blackmor is visiting her sister Mrs. Farmer in Toledo. A large number from here attended tbe tri-slate fair at Toledo. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Case: visited Detroit friends the last of the week. Miss Alma Sill is entertaining guests from Detroit. Claud and Flossie Chapin are visiting friends in Petoskey. Dr. J. C. Harper is the guest of Chas. Smith. Mrs. S. Chapin is visiting a sister at Petoskey. Mr. and Mrs. F. Lacy, of Toledo, are visiting friends. U. Fuller has gone to commence his school at Farwell. Miss Edna Springer commenced her school Monday. Master Jesse Nellis, of Ann Arbor, is the guest of Mrs. Mary Wallace. Mrs. Green has returned from her visiting tour. The Chautauqua Circle will meet with Mrs. G. I". Williams Saturday af- t-ii'iioon. Editor Smith ik selling kml-ik views like wildfire. Miss Grace Davis is visiting Dundee friends. The Epworth Le;igue .reception was an event long lo be remembered and the pleasant reminiscences given by Messrs. Troop, Phillips, Ford, Whalc-y and Mrs. McMahon were indeed interesting. As was also the solos by Kev. McMahon and recitation by little Master Ridley. The "Echoes of an "Bogle's Nest. The most -wonderful echo in the known -world is that heard from the Eagle's Nest in the lake regions of Ireland. The rock known as "Eagle's Nest" is the most prominent peak to be found among the heights that surround the Killarney lakes. Its apes is 1,250 feet above the surface of the water, and the extraordinary echo is heard to the best advantage from a spot 100 feet to the west from an opening cnlled the Devil's Mouth. At that point the effect of the re-echoed sounds is absolutely startling, the slightest whisper being repeated as often as 1,000 times. The rebound is always clear and distinct and appears to como from the crags, cliffs and peaks which surround the experimenter on all sides.—St. Louis Republic. " An Italian "Betrothal. In Italy a formal betrothal is considered almost as binding and sacred as marriage itself, and a breach of promise, especially on the girl's side, is regarded with intense indignation. A girl who breaks her engagement is called a civetta —an owlet—possibly because owlets are used in Italy as decoys for ensnaring other birds. The epithet sticks to the girl for life and often proves fatal to her matrimonial chances. "Deaths In Battle. Army surgeons say that the expression of the faces of soldiers killed in Cattle reveals the causes of death. Those who havo perished from sword wounds bave a look of repose, while there is an expression of pain on tho' countenance of those slain by bullets. A Paradoxical Practice. Jt is a curious fact that most of the philosophy of marriage is written by bachelors, most of the philosophy of bachelorhood by married man.—.New York E*f ening Sun. They Knew Each Other. "If*a wonder to me," said the dear old laslr from tho country as she stood waiting on the crossing, "that them electric cars don't run off the track sometimes." "They do, ma'am," said the small boy at her elbow, who saw his opportunity. "Mercy me, child, and how do the people keep from being run over?" , "They don't, ma'am. "When one o' them cars goes gee whiz off the track, there ain't time for anybody to get out of the way." "La, sakes, child I Let me get up on them steps. Now, are you telling me the truth?" "S'hope to die, ma'am! But you ain't any safer on them steps than in the streets. When they take a notion, them cars can jest climb any steps in this town. Honest Injun, ma'am!" The old lady turned and looked at the box. She saw a frank face, on the surface of which a few freckles floated, mild blue eyes filled with innocence and just a twinkle of mischief. But she had seen boys before and knew the trade mark. Before she had time to apply her clubbed umbrella the urchin was gyrating down the street. He had seen that expression on a woman's face before, and he, too, knew the trademark.—Chicago Times-Herald. Chased by a "Lion. One of the post rider's horses fell sick and died on the road, so he left it and walked on. After some time he became aware that he was being followe'd by a lion, Which stopped when he stopped and went on when he went on, always keeping about the same distance behind him. Evidently it meant to wait till night to spring upon him. He knew that a few miles ahead was a deep drift in a river, and on'the opposite bank higher up was a farm. He went down the drift, put a large ant heap between himself and the lion, hastily stuck his stick in the ground and hung his hat on it so that it should just show above the top of the ant heap, and then, still keeping the mound between himself and the lion, rushed down into the water where the bank concealed him. Then ho hurried up stream till ho got to the farm. Next day the ground round the ant heap was found tornup in all directions, and the hat had been reduced to a pulp.— National Review. Privations of a Prima Donna. Pity the privations of the prima donna 1 Hero is a story of Mme. Patti: Once, when she returned from her daily drive, she was exceedingly thirsty and asked M. Nicolini to have procured for her a glass of water. Nicolini was horrified. "What," he shrieked, "ma mignonne, yon know that you are going to sing tomorrow night, and the water will chill your blood. Oh, no 1 I forbid water." "Then give me a taste of wine," pleaded the thirsty Patti. "Wine!" roared Nicolini. "Ma mignonne, yon are going to sing tomorrow night, and you know that wine will heat your blood. No; I cannot permit wine." "Please, cannot I have something wet?" pleaded Patti, with parched lips. Nicolini pondered long and deeply, and at length with his own hands carefully prepared for the great singer a soothing draft of magnesia. Four Big Successes. Having the needed merit to more than "make good all the advertising claimed for them, the following four remedies have reached a phenomenal sale. Dr. King's New Discovery, for consumption, Coughs and Colds, each bottle guaranteed—Electric Bitters, the great remedy for Liver, Stomach and Kidneys. BucMen's Arnica Salve, the best in the world, and Dr. King's New Life Pills, which are a perfect pill. All these remedies are guaranteed to do just what is claimed for them and the dealer whose name is attached herewith -will be glad to tell you more of thein. Sold at Lister & Sheeder Drug Store. 1 » . m KARL'S CLOYEE HOOT, the giea blood purifier, gives freshness and clearness to the Complexion and cures Constipation, 25 cts., 50 cts.. $1.00. Sold by Lister & Sheeder. 1 Photos from Waterman's are always satisfactory. Trees! Trees! Trees! Evergreens, both Common and Rare and Choice Varieties, Deciduous Trees Ornamental Trees of all kinds, Large Trees for Park and Street Planting,Hedge and Bordering Plants,Fruit Trees and Plants Budding Stocks and Root Grafts, Nut Trees and Ornamental and Flowering Shrubs, Tree Seeds. We have a larger assortment than any other nursery in America. m i ii m rc un II 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. 6 to 10 inches high, 5 or G sorts, for 25 cents in stamps- Write at once. The Evergreen Nursery Co. EVERGREEN, WIS. An Unsolicited Endorsement Orange N\ J., Oct., 26 1S93. Alfred Speer, E^q. Pres. Speer N. J. Wine Co. Dear Sir:—I received in good order the i'.on>igument of old Claret, Burgundy, Port and your Climax Brandy of Vintage 1S76. I have tested these and pronounce my predjudice against American .wines and alcoholic spirits now entirely dispelled. I can say that tbey have a merit all their own and equal to the imported wines I shall use them freely in my practice. Yours Truly. Geo. Baybes. M. D. While in Chicago, Mr. Chas. L. Kah- ler, a prominent merchant of Des Moines Iowa, had quite a serious time of it. He took such a severe cold that he could hardly talk or navigate, but the prompt use of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy cured him of his cold so quickly that others at the hotel who had bad colds followed his example and half a dozen persons ordered it from the nearest drug store They were profuse in their thanks to Mr. Kahler for tell ing them how to cure a bad cold so quickly. For sale by C. F. Unterkircher. Another Sunday Excursion toTotedo. The last exoursiu'i to Toledo was n hummer. It consis'ed of throe trains carrying nenrlv 2,000 p>c>ple. There are so many places of iiitnictiuii that tho people who go thoro wonder why the low rate excursions jnv-m by the Toledo, Ann Arbor ami Nut tb Michigan Ry. are not even more largely p.it- ronized. Tbe nqxt one, will be given Sunday Sept. 1st, leaving Urania at 10:46 a. in. Fare for round trip only 75 cents including street car fure to aud from the city and" Lake Erie park and Cusiuu. S*PE*H3K,'S GRAPE WINES, ALSO UNFERMEMTED GRAPE JUICE. Used in the principal Churches for Communion. Excellent for females, weakley persons nnd the aged. FOB SCHOOL DRESSES Speer's Port Grape Wine FOUR YEARS OLD. "THIS 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 3Ir. 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 it-he weaker sex. It is in every respect A. "WINE TO BE RELIED !ON. Speer's Unfermented Grapa Juice Is tho juice of the Oporto Grape, preserved in iU natural fresh, sweet state as it runs from the press, by fumigation and electricity, thereby destroying the excitfr of fermentation. It is -perfectly pure, free from spirits-and will keep in amy climate. Speer's (Socialiate) Claret .3 held in high estimation for its rlclimws ns a "Or/ Tallin Wine, especially suited for dinner use. Speer's P. J. Sherry ".M.twiimof Superior Chnriicier and partakes nf -hi. rich qualities of the grape from which it Is made. Speer's Olimas Brandy, Via. 1375, [S .\ PURE distillati'm of ruea-rauoawi stands unrivalled in this country for medical purposes. It has a peculiar flavor similar to that of the Krape from which it is distilled, nnd equal in every respectto the high price Old Cognac Brandy «>f France.from which it cannot be distinguished. See that the signature of "ALFRED SPEER ?'assail*. N. J.," is over the cork of each bottle. •-OLD BY DRUGGISTS WHO KEEP FIRST CLASS WINES. Every mother whose daughter 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 the following lots. Lotl Lot 2 Lot 3 All Wool Serges. 34 inch Black and Color A durable handsome fabric. 25c. Yarfl 39c. Yard All Wool Novelties 34 inch wide, Rough effects. Destined to bo immensely popular All Wool Serges, all shades and Black Superior fabrics worth 50c. yard These three linos, advance couriers of our magnificant Autumn stock< will make us friends wherever sold. Samples sent on request and goods sent by mail or express free of all charges. E. F. Mills & Co. 20 Main St. Ann Arbor. Just Received, A Large line of Boots and Shoes ^-■^.^And. more coming. Can dress that Foot with the shoe you want. The price cuts no figure. Bring the babies: Bring the Whole Family and take Dinner with us. We have a "New Line of Everything needed for Fall and Winter wear. Underwear for Children, in best values. We will sell you a good Syriip for 15c per gal. A good Tea dust for 12 1-2C S. T, Fairbank 1 Boys' School Suits This is the season of the ye -r to buy this class of goods cheap. We havo them at all prices from Sl.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 know it, but wo 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 Sale of Men's Pants. 200 pairs at S2. Were much higher but wo haye had them long enough. We want you lo wear theni ont. " City Bakery 99 We keep constantly on hand, and fresh daily. All kinds Of Bakery good:*, snch as Home made. Vienna, Rye and Graham Bread. Fried Cakes, Cookies. Pies, Jelly Rolls and Lay or Cakes. We also make any kind of Cake to order on short -•■illicit. ICES «03FL3E3,i^.IMC For the. halatii't' of llio season we will furnish Hie afmvi' 'irii.-ic :■! iviiuirl.- aliiy low price'*. I'j the- gaHmi, hs lj.ie piMijile.nl *S:i.iiu- m v. r ln'-tnl i>l Call ±03? ~P:r?±G@s. In soft drinks we have leaCrc-itn Soda, (ringm* AI*vSi«iii*Sjm1-i and Knot Beer. Give us a call and be ciifiviiH'ud th-it «•« l«ad the .» lee Cream trade, both in quantity and price.: .. F. H. BEST. Tie Baker.
|Title||1895-09-05; 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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