1895-10-03; Saline Observer
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fjfr •"**■- f-tf A. J. WARREN, Publisher. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY, OCTOBER, 3 1895. VOL. XV.-N0^9. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 38 W. GAUNTLETT, D. O. Graduate of the Chicago OpMlalmicCollege and Hospital Will call and test your eyes i£ you address meat MILAN, - MIOH. T> F. SHEEDER, A., fill., P*"l. D Physician & Surgeon. From the IT. of SI. 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 andBesidence—the Marsh house, Chicago St. SALINE - - MIOH. T)R. S. E. HATHAWAY. Dentist Office over Nichols Bros, drug store. W SALINE, - - MICH. *P E.JONES. Attorney at Law. Business attendecrjto with Promptness and Care. Office on McKay street. # * SALINE, MIOH. Q. R. WILLIAMS Attorney at Law, ^special attention paid to Pension Claims o£ all kinds. Newcomb Block, •MILAN, - • MIOH. O W. DHANDS-ER.-tfl D., f PHYSICIAN and BURGEON ■ jffice on Adrian Street, .first door sour1* of the Wallace Block, SALINE, - MICH. f ' ~C. SLASHT, Veterinary Surgeon. MiCCM, UENA.WEE CO., TVIfCii. Connection witn Tecumseh hy Telegraph aad by Mail. ALL CALLS PttOJIF-rLT ATTENDED TO. PHOTOGIIAPK GALLERY. (Mips gillefctfs o!4 Btftn(l.) Willljein Baline every "Wednesday and shall be >] eased to meet all in need of work in my line. Jail and see samples otour work. F ISH'S Barber^Shop. lair Cutting, Shaving, Stompooing and all Work in the Barber line. HOSIER FISH. SALINE, - - MICH. A. J. WARREN, ^—CONVEYANCER AND Ml legal papers drawn on short notice and at prices within the reach of all. general Fire Insurance a Specialty. GIT\ MEM MARKET. G. A. LINDENSCHMIDT 1b still at the old stand, where he is always pre pared to serve his customers with THE BEST INTHE MARKET in the line of Fresh ancl Salt Meats of all Kinds, Poultry, Fisn. Sansa^e, Etc., AT POPULAR *""R CES. Complete steam outfit for manufacturing sau sage. Remember the old stand. C. A. LINDENSCHMIDT . OBTAIN A PATENT? For a prompt answer and an honest opinion, write to MIINN & CO., who have hadnearlyflity years" experience inthe patent business. Communion* tions strictly confidential. AHandbookof In- formation concerning Patents and now to ob. tain them sent free. Also a catalogue Olmecpan. leal andscientific books sent free. . _ " Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive special notice in the Scientific American, and thus are brought widely before the publtcwith- out cost to the inventor. This splendid paper. iiSue'dweei'J'frele'Rantly^ layear. sample copies sent J Bulldtag EaitloDj-monthly, $£50 a y ear. largest circulation of "any scientific worl _ —.. ^ Sample copies sent •free. ^ „ __ rathe world. S3 a year. Sample copies sent-free. Building Edition, monthly, $2.50 a year. Single copies, 25 cents. Every number Contains beautiful plates, in colors, and photographs of new houses, with plans, enabling builders to show ths latest designs and secure contracts. Address MUNN & CO., NEW Tons., 361 BBOADWAT. Milan Murmunngs. Winter is here or very near here. * Wm. Murry left Tor Ann Arbor Mon- flay- Miss Etta Murry is entertaining guests from Ohio. Mrs. E. A. Reynolds, of Detroit, is the guest of her mother Mrs. Wm. Taylor. Miss Cecil Gauntlett visited Ann Arbor Wednesday. Mrs. Morris Vincent entertained guests from Ohio. Saturday is the *y for the Baptist fair in the Callis Block. Mrs. Holcomb is visiting Toledo friends. Miss Julia Torrence has secured the Lockwood school near Petersburg. Clarence Wisdom has left ior Shepard where*he expects to teach this winter. Mrs. E. W. Blackmer hns'returncd from her Trenton vis't. The lecture on 'The Mammoth Cave' delivered at the Baptist church .Friday evening by Rev. J. A. Patterson of Indiana was well delivered and well attended. Atty, and Mrs. 6. R Williams entertained guests from out ol town. Rev. and Mrs. Eugene Yager, of Saline, visited Milan friends Monday. Rsv, M. H. McMahon and family received over 150 callers Tuesday evening who expressed themselves as deeply regreting their departure from Milan and all wished them Godspeed. Mrs. Lucy Clark and Mrs. K. Barnes went to Detroit Monday. Mrs. Lynn and son have returned from Chicago and are keeping house in part of Mrs. VanBuren's house. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Lamkin are keeping house in Mrs. Bennett's house. Mrs. J. R. Sprague returned to her home in Ann Arbor after a six weeks visit with her daughter Mrs. G. R. Williams. Mr. Wooster Blodgett, of Webster, was the gue§t of his cousins Mr. and Mrs. Chas, Sill last week. Gov. Rich has appointed the following delegates to the farmers' national congress, to be held at Atlanta, Ga. Oct. 10 to 16: Hou Cyrus G. Luce, Con- water; Hon. Wm. Ball, Hamburg; Hon. J. G. RamdelF, Traverse City; Hon. Geo. B. Horton, Fruit Ridge; Wm. T. Adams, Grand Rapids; A. Campbell, Ypsilanti; B. E. Tompson, Stockbridge E. A. Croman, Grass Lake; P. S. Potter, North Branch; Hon. Philip Wix- on, Lexington; Hon. Wm. Toan, Portland; Geo. W. Stewart, Grard Blanc; Oscar Penn, Stanton, Chas. S. Nims, Sand Beach; Hon. T. S. Guurney, Har.t. Threats of Science. Wonderful things are going to be done by the development of synthetic chemistry between now and the year 2000 if Professor Ber fehelot, the French savant, is to be believed- The food and drink produping animals and vegetables will not then be encouraged to exist foi human life, but food and drink will be manufactured direct and to order by man himself and served in highly concentrated tablets, vest pocket size. A person may then carry about him two or three table d'hote dinners complete, from Blue Point oysters or Little Neck clams to crackers, cheese and coffee, tobacco and with all his wine, and cognac included. This ehfinge will be brought about, it is said, by the remarkable progress being made in compounding food and drink from their Constituent elements—carbon, hydrogen, oxygen and nitrogen. It has advanced so far alroady that the preparation of beefsteak from its elements is assured, and nicotine, the essential principle of tobacco, has been produced from coal tar. Life indeed wonld not be worth the living shouhl tho professor have his way. The ready made tablets of food and drink would be horribly alike to the eye, tho taste and the understanding; eating and drinking would be purely mechanical; good fellowship and wit and imagination would depart, and existence would be -utterly material and dull.—Boston Globe. Farmers' National Congress. The farmers' congress, which will hold its fourteenth annual meeting a,t Parkersburg, W. Va., Oct, 3 to 6, is composed of delegates from each state and territory appointed by the governor thereof. Each state and territory ia entitled to as many delegates as it has TJnited States senators and congressmen, and each state bureau of agriculture is entitled to a delegate. The officers are: President, B. F. Clayton, Indianola, Ia.; vice president, Q. M. Ryals, Savannah; secretary, JohnM. Stahl, Quincy, Ills.; treasurer, Henry Hayden, Indianola, Ia.; first assistant secretary, W. G. Whidby, Atlanta; second assistant secretary, T. J. Appleyard, Sanford, Fla. Appearance of the Musk Ox. The appearance of the musk ox ia so odd and striking that when onco seen it is seldom forgotten. Yon see an oblong mass of tremendously long brown hair, 1% feet high by 6)£ feet long, supported npon wide hoofs and very short, thick legs, almost hidden by the body hair. There are also a blunt and hairy muzzle, a pair of eyes, a pair of broad, flattened horns that part like a woman's hair and drop far downward before they curve upward, and that is all. The mas3 of hair is so thick that as the robe lies on the floor it is abont as easy to walk over as a feather bed. Over the loins you will find, if yon look closely, a broad "saddle mark" of dirty white hair, shorter than the rest of the coat. Next to.the body is a matted mass of very fine and soft hair, like clean wool, so dense that to snow and fog it is quite impenetrable. Over this lies a thick coat of very long, straight hair, often 12 inches in length and sometimes 20, like the grass Taincoat of a Japanese soldier. Sometimes it actually touches the snow as the animal walks.—W. T. Hornaday in St. Nicholas. Blight Spoil the Effect. "When Marshal MacMahon was president of the French republic, an incident occurred which illustrates the Frenchman's love of what is dramatic. A French soldier sat on the summit of a hill overlooking a garrison town. His horse was picketed close by. The man was smoking leismply, and from time to time he glanced from the esplanade to an official envelope he held in his hand. A comrade passed by and asked: "What are you doing here?" "I am bearing the president's pardon for our friend Flichmann, who is to be shot this morning," replied the smoker calmly, without changing his comfort- ablo attitude. G "Well, then, yon should hurry along with your pardon," admonished his comrade. "Oh, no,'' exclaimed the other in some indignation; "see, there is hardly a soul yet on the esplanade, and the firing platoon has not even been formed. You surely would not have me rob my appearance of all dramatic effect, my friend!" OF THE TRUE MARRIAGE. ~ Unto his servant on a day The Lord revealed his hidden way. He said: "Within this city great Whore sin still slays the Lamb of God, What dost thou think I contemplate For comfort when I, look abroad?" His servant answered, '-Yonder church, Crowded at masstime to the porch." The Lord replied, "Not so," and then His servant guessed, to make him glad. The priest where he sat shriving men, Tho wounded healed, the orphan clad. The widow's tears wiped off, the poor Fed from another's little store. And then ho guessed tbe saint who died Last night, Fra Leo, vigil pale, Painting the wings of heaven, Christ's bride New wed, beneath her shadowy veil; The gray cross in the market place. With children playing at its base. He guessed most things of earth and heaven. The convent garden and the doves: Tho western sky aflame at even, The mountains and the orange groves, The sea that moaned alway and prayed, And yet the Lord God shook his head. He said: "Lo, in thy city I see A wife and husband full of love, Whose lives in loving harmony Are set all death and change above; I see, and leaning from my place, I bless them in their hidden grace. "Whose love and peace and sweet accord Comfort me greatly," said the Lord. —Katharine Tynan in London Illustrate* News. Of the dozen or 20 portraits of Princess Alix that have been palmed off on an innocent American public it would be interesting to know which one looks like her. The only certain thing thus far is that no two of them look alike. Tho apple crop is larger than it gave promise of being, so that there will be some of the fruit to spare for the localities where the frost killed it. The use of Hall's Hair Renewer promotes the growth of the hair, and restores its natural color and beauty, frees the scalp of dandruff, tetter, and •-\U impurities. New Jersey Grape Juice Sent to Europe. Mr. Speer, of New Jersey, has a reputation extending over the world, as being a reliable producer of Oporto Grape Juice and Port Wine. His Oporto Juice and Port Wine are ordered by families in Dresden, London and Paris for their superior medical virtues and blood making quality, owing to iron contained in the soil in which the vines grow. Two Lives Saved. Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction City, HI. was told by her doctors she had Consumption and that there was no hope for her, but twobottlesof Dr. King's New Discovery completely cured her and she says it saved her life. Mr. Thos. Eggers, 139 Florida St. San Francisco, suffered from a dreadful cold, approaching consumption, tried without result everything else then bought ono bottle of Dr. King's New discovery and hi two weeks was cured. He is naturally thankful. It is such results of which these are samples, that prove the wonderful efficacy of this medicine in Coughs and Colds. Free trial bottles at lister & Sheeder drug store. "Regular size "iOc. and $10Q. 5 . Two lovely Doggies. Some years ago I was ont riding, accompanied by my two dogs—an Irish, setter and a bull terrier. I had a fall and broke my thigh. Tho distress of the dogs was touching to see. They ran to and fro, barking and howling, apparently to attract attention. When assistance came, I was carried home on a hurdle, the two dogs trotting one on either side of it, and when the bearers put the burden down to rest they, jumped on to it, licking my face and hands. For several days the spaniel lay for hours in the carriage drive, apparently watching for his master. One morning, when the postman delivered the letters, the servant gave the dog my newspaper, and with, "Bring it along, Paddy," he carried itnp stairs into my room. His joy at seeing me was worth beholding, and from that day he regularly met the postman, carried the newspaper off and laid it on my bed. He was scarcely ever after absent from the robm or the passage leading to it.—London Spectator. A Tilt at tho-dob. There was a little tilt at the club. The millionaire had tackled the artist, and the sparks flew. He had tried to he lordly and patronizing, and the artist had objected. "Don't patronize me," he said. "Why not?" asked the millionaire. "You're only a painter anyway." "It requires brains to be an artist," replied the painter. "Of course, of course," returned the millionaire in an ■ offhand way. "I admit it requires brains, and you have to sell them to live." * "But money is your god. You have no other," retorted the painter. "It's yours, also," said the millionaire. "Yon sell your brains for it when you take my cash for your pictures." "Well," replied the painter, "if Igive you brains for cash, it's an even thing, anyway, for each gets what he needs most."—Chicago Post. Old People. Old people who require medicine to regulate the bowels and|Wdnuys will find the true remedy in Electric Bitters. This medicine does not stimulate and contains no whiskey nor other intoxicant, but acts as a tonic and alterative. It acts mildly on the stomach and bowels, adding strength and giving tone to the organs, thereby aiding nature in the performance of the functions. Electric Bitters is an excellent appetizer and aids digestion. Old people find it just exactly what they need. Price 50c per bottle at Lister & Sheeder Drug Store. Mrs. T, S. Hawkins, Ohattanooga,Tenn., says, "Shiloh's Vitalizer SAVED MY LIFE. I consider it the best remedy for a debifelit- ed system I ever used." For Dyspevisia, Liver or Kidney trouble it excels. Price 75 cents. Sold by Lister & Sheeder .2 Trees! Trees! Trees! Evergreens, both Common and Kare 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 11 m u w. It so send ns a list of what you wish to plant and we wiil quote you lower prices than ever ofEered. Wlien you send the list cut out this advertisement and we will send you by mail, post paid, one small "RVEEGEEEN TREE, FEEE, or we will send twenty samples of our trees. 6 to 10 inches high, 5 or 6 sorts, for 2a cents in stamps. Write at once. The Evergreen Nursery Co. EVERGREEN, WIS. PALACE STBAMRR8. LOW RATES. W CLEVELAND. PITTSBURO, ^, BUFFALO and AIA POINTS EAST EVERY BVBNINQ ■BTWIEN DETROIT # CLEVELAND Connecting- -with earliest trains at Cleveland for all points East, South and Southwest. Sunday Trips Jun», July, August and September Out) Pooii Tmps p«* Wbix Iitctoi - TOLEDO, DETROIT # MACKINAC PETOSKEY. THB •"SOO," MARQUBTTB. AND DULUTH. Two new steel passenger steamers have just been built for our Upper "Cake Route, costing $300,000 each. Send ior illustrated pamphlet. Address, A. A. •CHANTZ, •. r. » t. «. DBTROIT. MIOH. £ IRE QEIRQIT & CLEVELAND STEW HAY. Ca New Fall^as--"**^*- Just received. My stock- was never more complete than it is this fall, and I gladly welcome my many old customers and many new ones to my store where we are not closing out some old stock, or offering something for nothing, but where you will find New goods, ahd a fine and complete stock to select from. Come early and get a first Choice. Mrs E. A. (ftasiefc The New Wraps! Theres a tingle in the air that makes the WRAP QUESflON attain decided importance just now. A new and complete CLOAK STOCK is our display on our 3d floor, comprising hundreds of choice garments from S4.68 for line Kersey or Bo acle Jackets, up to $28 for tailor made novelties which are exact copies of Paris and Berlin models costing double. " " Beautiful PLUSH CAPES, either short or long lengths from $5 up and last but decidedly not least a superb lino of Fur Capes from $10 up to any price you pocketbook will afford. Everyone of these garments is the very latest and most fashionable that the New York market affords and customers w>ll find prices astonishingly low. If you have never been in our CLOAK ROOM do not miss the opportunity this season. You will find one of the finest line3 in this part of Michigan and incidently can post yourself on the styles that are the reigning favorites in the New York market, . E F. Mills & Co. 20 Main St. - - Ann Arbor. Just Received, A Large line of Boots and Shoes Jto^-'u^.And more coming Can dress that Foot with the shoe you want. The price cuts 110 figure. Bring the babies*. Bring the Whole Family and take Dinner with us. We have a New Line of 0 Everything needed for Fall and Winter wear. Underwear forC hildren, in best values. We will sell you a good Syrup for 15c per gal. A good Tea dust for 12 1-2C S. T. Fairbank " City Bakery 39 We keep constantly on hand, and fresh daily, All kinds of Bakery gpod»<, such 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 the 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 J?:e?±o^s. In soft drinks we have Ice Cream Soda. Ginger Ale, Sour Soda and Root Beer. Give us a call and be convinced that we lead the Ice Cream trade, both in quantity and price. F. H. BEST, Tlie Baker. Farmers Who Build The Truss Wire Fence Save money and have the best Fence that qan be made with wire, as there is no other fence that can compare with it for strength, durability or beauty._ Farm rights for sale, or fence built at any time by leaving orders at the Obseryer Office, Saline. Price 30; So, and 40 cents per rod. Agents Wanted. - F. A. CULLEN, Igt.
|Title||1895-10-03; 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.|