1890-06-05; Saline Observer
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.iUttWMK '' . ' •.*■*!-> IV' ."" 'n^ <-,:• vm^v-*^?.-^.*.'^*'.^—^ „jfe» ^r~-i -w"i7f "*■ J^C^J-'X.rt^aK NISSLY & WARREN, Publishers. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1890. VOL. X.-NO. 32, BUSINESS -DIRECTORY. PROFESSIONAL. P E. JONES. Attorney at Law. A.H Business attended to- -vd\\\ Promptness and Care. Office on McKay street. SALXIE, MICH. Q. R. WILLIAMS, Attorney at Law, Room 1, Blackmar Block, , - MILAN, - . - MIOH. TT A. NICHOLS, M. D., PHYSICIAN and SORGEON. Office at Nichols Bros', drug store. SALINE, - - MICH. NEIGHBORHOOD GLEANINGS. Newsy Notes and Occasional Occurrences From our Near Neighbors. p F. UNTERKIRCHER, M.D., PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Calls promptly attended to at all hours. Office in Davenport Mock, second floor. SALINE, - - MICH. O W. CHANDLER, M D., PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Office on-Adrian Street, first door south of the Wallace Block, SALINE, - - MICH. E. S. HOLMES, Nl. D., PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. »ffiee and residence in N. Cf. J"owler"s liouse, one door west of J. Sturm's harness shop. Calls promptly attended night and day. SALINE, - - MICH. TT D. HELLER, D. D. 5., Surgical and Mechanical DENTIST. Nitrous Oxide, and Vitalized Air for tlie painless extraction of teeth. Office over Nichols Bros', drug store. MICH. It looks as though ChelseVs spring fair would "peeter"1. "We told you so, • The old fair grounds at Ann Arbor will be platted and sold for building lots. A new grocery store is to be opened at Ann Arbor. They evidently need a few more. Ann Arbor now has it city engineer for the exclusive benefit of the city, and pays him. §600 a year. A Chelsea farmer last week sold wheat he had been holding six years. A victim of his own folly, as it were. Ann Arborites want the slaughter houses moved further from the city, and will make a big kick if they are not. Samuel Grossman, the oldest resident of Ann Arbor, died last week at the age of 94 years. He was a soldier in the war of 1812. Manchester will be obliged to get along with only (?) seven saloons this year, one of them having decided not to take out a license. The Ann Arbor papers keep quite mum about the circus row last week, but it is generally conceded that the students were largely to blame for the trouble. The matrimonial harvest promises to be a bountiful one in Ann Arbor this mouth. The Register says not less than fifteen pairs of hearts will be Washington Letter. made to beat as one. Democrat: Mrs. Phebe "Washington,]}. C, May 30, 1S90- Speaker Reed and chairman McKinley of the House Waj'S and Means committee have given up all hope of an early adjournment, now that the Senate has by an almost unanimous vote instructed the Finance committee to make a detailed report on the tariff bill which cannot possibly be prepared in less than a month, and it will, take some mighty hard work to do it in that time; and to add to the uncertainty about adjournment, is the talk indulged in by prominent republican Senators like Allison, Plumb and Parwell criticizing the McKinley tariff bill and intimating that they propose making radical changes therein; all of which makes it very plain that congress will be still hacking. at the eternal tariff question when the dog star reigns. Congress like the small boy dearly loves a holiday and Memorial day gave it an excuse to get two together, aud the house promptly took advantage of it by adjourning from Thursday to Monday. A few, very-few, of the members attended the Memorial services in this city and elsewhere, but the greatest majority of them went off on private business or pleasure. Quite a crowd of the Southern Representatives went to Richmond "Wednesday night to see the Lee statue unveiled. The President and Vice-President went to Cleveland,' Ohio to help unveil the Garfield statue. The members of the House Ways and Means committee evidentlv do not j stand in fear of the Farmers' Alliance, O'Reiley, j tls they have by a unanimous vote, re- whose husband was killed while in the i ported against the bill providing for SALINE, c C. SLABHT, Veterinary Surgeon. firadiiate of Chicago Veterinary College, Rrsideuee 1J4 miles east of Pennington's Corners. Calls may be left ateither of the stores at tlie Comers. All calls promptly attended to. MACON, - - MICH. MISCELLANEOUS. employ of the M. C. R. R. some months ago by falling from an icy car, has commenced suit against the company in the sum of §50,000 damages. Register: Fred T. Stimson has a cat. There, is nothing peculiar in this, neither is it peculiar that it is a bob- tailed cat. But the cat had live kittens last week, and what is strange is that three of the kittens are bob-tailed, while the.other two have tails of the regulation length. This is no story. subtreasuries for the storage of agricultural products, which has been the special hobby of the Alliance, At least one member of that committee thinks that his vote against this bill will cost him his seat. The Conference committee on the pension bills which have passed respectively the House and the Senate, seem to find it very difficult to reach an agreement; at any rate they have not fish ) done so, aud there tire many reports I flying around as to the reasons, and JOHN M. KLAGER, General Auctioneer. Bales attended in any part of the county. Terms Reasonable. Orders may be left at the OnsEavEit Office. SALINE - - MICH. WATERMAN'S PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY. (Miss Gilletfs old stand.) 'Willhein Salioe every Wednesday and shall be pleased to meet alt in need of work in my line. Sail and see samples of our work. T A. ALBER'S * Livery and Feed Stable, j First-class rigs at reasonable prices. Cpmmer- cia.1 travelers and their baggage carried to i any adjoiniug towns. | Buss to and from all towns. j i The Chelsea postolliso appointment \ many people aro again talking about is getting a little interesting-. The j the wish of certain republicans to post- leading- candidate has been Wm. Jud- son, but the G. A. R. men think he played against them in the appointment of census enumerators and now trot out a candidate of their own for the postinastership. It looks as though pone pension legislation until the next session. Representative Lodge and Assistant Postmaster General Clarkson have been indulging in a newspaper war on that very tiresome qostion—civil ser- thc easiest way out of it for Congress- j vice reform. As legitimate news has man Allen would be to appoint a -idark been very dull this week the uewspa- horse.'' per men thanked them, although Don't ask a Chelsea man how he ar-1 neither of them said anything new rived in this city, because ho is liable from their respective standpoints. to lose his temper. Since the changes on tbe Michigan Central last week, Chelsea has been side-tracked, and when :i man leaves town it is doubtful when be will be able to gethomo again The open aud tmblushlug manner in which drinks have been sold over the bars of the Senate and House restaurants, to all comers, has created such a P CORDON, The Pioneer Painter. Over Forty Years Experience. t'arriage. Sign and Ornamental Painting, Paper Hanging, Frescoing, Etc. SALINE, - - MJCH. Tjy M. BRIGGS, Practical Painter. House painting, gratning. paper hanirinsr ami kalsomining. All work promptly ami neatly done, and satisfaction guaranteed. SALINE, - - MICH. AJICHOSON, The Photographer, Is now read}" to furnish First-class Photograph Work. Open every day of tlie week, except Sundays. First door west of Sturm's Harness Shop. HALINE, - - - - MICH. \JAN DUZER'S Barber Shop. Hair Cutting, Shaving. Shampooing and all work in the Barber Line. Bath room in connection. Hot or cold baths at iny times, A. B- YANDUZEP., HAL-INK, - * MICH, WASHTENAW LODGE, No. 688, K.of H. H«f tings First aud Third Friday of each month. A, MILIiER, C.SHAFFEK Reporter. Dictator. UNION SLOCK MEAT MARKET ; The citizens there complain bitterly of j ^ th t speaker Reed hits issued the accommodations now furnished , .,.,,,.,-,. I them and are looking around for some «" order positively forbidding the sale j means of getting the company to stop of drinks in the House restaurant, but. j more trains at that station.—Register. 1)0 yr,,.]! order has been issued ou the I Saline knows what-it is to be side- J Senate side, and the only result has j tracked, and we heartily sympathize | ijUCm t0 largely increase the business of with our sister village, but to see the the Senate bar. Both House and Sen-* trains go whirling through and not be able to catch a ride must be more exasperating than to wait for oup oeca= sionals, The Severance sisters, who live about six miles south of this village, on the south side ofthe Chicago turnpike, in Franklin, were in town yesterday on business. Thev were left "with a good ate have standing rules prohibiting the stile of liquor in the Capitol building, but it; is only occasionally that the pre-, siding oflicer of either House ever takes the trouble to see them enforced. All the same these National bar-roms are a shame, and should not be tolerated. The old, old question of states rights sized mortgage on the farm and they j is being- discussed in the Senate in con- went to work to pay it off. They plow, I.. ... ., ,.,. ,,i..,.in«r ..n im_ drasr, plant, cultivate, cut and husk jneaion )vlttt tne blU l™LWg all lni corn, in fact do about all the work, Mr- ported liquors under coutrol of the ing a man in harvest time, etc., and I State laws. Doubtless the debate is -are making money and paying off the ■ TGl.v interesting to constitutional law- mortgage.—Enterprise. * -, ,., ", ,-, , ,, , .. t . „ f ,. , , , ,, . . , , . vers and other learned folks, but to or- All of which looks well in print, but ,. ,, ... „„.♦,,.„",„ ' , , ■ diuarv men and women, it is extremely in our opinion a womau is out Of her i , ,, * . sphere under such conditions. Better \ m." TT .„ , ., ., , ' ., , . , '. , ' The House wdl probably pass the leL*ome good, honest, industrious fel-! . ,, . , .„ , . ., , ' ... > river and harbor bill during the corn- low marrv an interest in that farm and ■. , , ., . ,. -,. , , , -, . ,_ , ,1 ing week, and the senate, after dispos- theu helphim pav oil the mortgage bv . . ., . . , , ,. ' ,... .„ , , . ' ,, i *\, . . . . , * tmg of the imported liquor bill, will looking well to the interests of hert . . . i T -i -i -n .-, ,°...... . .I again take up the Jones silver bill and household, while he plows, sows and ... ... ., *. ..., ... . 1 ' continue its consideration until it is reapSs- j finally disposed of. i Tho Republican Rational committee 11 is holding au executive session at the Quay this after- J noon hut as newspaper men have been i shut out jind the committee has not ad- ■ jourued it is impossible to say what is j being done. Another recommendation of the All _ - American Cougress has been presented ~T ZTT~^v '~ a , ;t0 t'ongres hy Mr. Harrison with a rec- Ai'e vou troubled with ground-moles t „„.-i,fj. .jj-ui, „ «.i. . ... ». vour garden or lawn? If so buy one , omendation of his own that it be en- Card of Thanks. Words are inadequate to express our - lwrtdence of Semlt(n. appreciation to the nuuterous frlunds who assisted us in our late bereavement. We feel that their action was an illustration of tho parablo of the good Samaritan. Me. and Mrs. Fkank Howatjd. Woelper & Miller, Props FRESH & SALT MEATS, f SAUSAGE, POULTRY } LARD Etc, Etc j ~^WS~Ulso handle the Celebrated j "M.B." Brand of Oysters Give Tlxis Brand A Trial. A share of your-patronage solicited. Respectfully, ' WOELPER & MILLER i of the patent mole traps, for sale at the poultry farm. j Tho effect of using Hmniim's Kaetoiatic I Syk0i? is unlike all medicines containing opates and poisons, it being entirely free from them. It cures rheumatism by purifying the blood, 38 acted into a law. That is the Inter national American bank. He also uames the commissioners, who are all warm personal friends of Mr. Blaine, who is naturally interested in the success of all the measures recommended [by the recent congress. Ljyjie^ Representative Flower, of New York, As spring is here I call vou attention I hf had. £fs ^ milde a Jurde? b^ ^ to my feltst stamped goods, all lcinds*3,oke« o£ !»? f Y^§^>1Slnce ho .ln<?,°- fancy materials, etc "Also sell the = du-c0ed..Xf™]^T^l^^'T'1^ combination waists for ladies andchild- \ff£?° *h£&<.X™ ^ISft ^S* ren. Stamping of all kinds done. !Srtp,T^to the Mes. Daggett. memory of Gen. Grant. Chancery Notice. In pursuance and by virtue of a final order and decree of the Circuit court for the county of Washtenaw, in Chancery, in the state of Michigan, made, dated and entered on the twenty- seventh day of May. A. D., 1890 in a certain cause therein pending, -wherein Elizabeth J. Sally is complainant, and Arthur Sally is defendant. Notice is hereby given that I shall sell at public auction, or vendue to the highest bidder, at the east main entrance to the Coiu-t House, in the city of Ann Arbor, in said counts* of "Washtenaw, and state of Michigan, §aid Court House being the place foriolding the Circuit Court for said county, on Monday the 31st day of July. A. D.. 1S90 at ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day, all of the folllowing described piece or parcel of land mentioned and set forth in said decree, to wit: Aff that certain piece or parcel of land thirty-two rods long nortn and south, and ten rods wide east and west, in the south-east corner of the north twenty acres of the east half of the south-west quarter of section number thirty-three in township three, south of range six east, county of Washtenaw and state of Michigan and being the south-east two acres of the twenty acres, deeded by Richard O. Brower to Leveret B. Kellogg. Dated, Ann Arbor. Mich.. June 4. A. D.. 1890 PATRICK MeKERNAN. Circuit Court Commissioner, Washtenaw Co.. Michigan. Fsank E. Jokes, Solicitor lor Complainant, as * Notice of Attachment. THE CIRCUIT COURT for the county of Washtenaw. ComstockF. Hill vs. Almon C.Sanford. Washtenaw county, ss. Notice is hereby given that a, writ of attachment was issued out of the Circuit Court for the countv of "Washtenaw, in favor of Conistock F. Hill, as plaintiff, and against the goods and chatties, lands and tenements of Almon C. Sanford, defendant, on the 2ind day of March. A. D.. 1890, for the sum of Three Hundred and Twenty dollars and sixty-three cents. "Which writ was returnable-on the first day of April. A. D.. 1890. That itappears by the rerurn tosaid wilt that thedefendanttheremnamed can not be found within said county of Washtenaw, whereon to make service and that certain of his lands and tenements have been attached by virtue thereof. Dated, April 23, 1890. COMSTOCKF. HILL. FrankE. Jones. Plaintiff. Attorney forPlaiptiff. 32 S. JOSENHANS' lillllll SJ&P-, REPAIRING DONE ON SHORT NOTICE. Allkinds of Forging, Repairing Horseshoeing, and general Jobbing. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED and prices reasonable. Shop on Ann Arbor street, near Main. SALINE, MICH John Baumgardner, (Successor to Anton Eistei) DEALER IN Foreign and American Marble, Granite and Building stone. Corner of Detroit and Catherine Sts. ANN ARBOR, MICH. SALINE REPAIR SHOP, When iu need of Repair Work in the lipe of WATCHES, CLOCKS. SEWING-MACHINES, BICYCLES, GUNS, ETC. (xivn ma a call and I will guarantee salisfm-t ion. Respectfully, E. H. CRESSY, Wallace Block. FULL \UI| Line Of V\\ Border,' Clothing QnBeFound.% J". &. ZEEZZTsTIS3 MERCHANT Ta:IL0K, SALINE. - - MICH. CITY MEAT MARKET. G. A. LINDENSCHMIDT Is still at the old stand, where ho is always prepared to seiTehis customers with THE BEST IN THEMARKET in theline of Fresh ed Salt Meats of all Kinds, Poultry, Fisn. Sausa^ Etc., AT POPULAR PRICES. Complete steam outfit for manufacturing sausage. Remember the old sand. C. A. LINDENSCHMIDT. The- Death-Blow To a gigantic monopoly Until June 14th, at THE STORE, The Original Webster's Unabridpd Dictionary Full Size, 1,300 Pages, 12,000 Definitions. Also one case Past Colored Lawns, 31-2 Gents. 3^.^.0:^ &c SCHMID, ANN ARBOR, - - ... MICH. THE LATEST IN HATS ! Make No Mistake ! The great question of the day is where can I put my Dollar in ordet to receive the Best Value for Cash. We are now ready to assist anyone looking for Bargains as Our Stock Is Complete in All Departments and if we cannot accomplish a sale with you, we * ean show you spring styles and prices that will be a benefit to you while looking around. The Question of Hats Is a very important one. We have them all from a 5c sea grass to a $4 Stetson. Nobby Things for .'the Children And sure to please the youth. For older people we have a good assortment in Dark Goods. We make it an object for you to call and • examine our stock. Robison & Koebbe "DAYLIGHT CLOTHIERS." MANCHESTER, MICH. Now Is the Time f Now U Urn time- to use Condilion Powders. Get your Horses in condition for spring work. They need a Tonic as well as you do. Try Our "Premium, Powders." We have sold them for tlie. past thirteen years. We also have a Cheap Powder for 2ott and loe. ■ If You Are In Need of Dyes * Come, untt sect us. We have a full slock of Diamond. Peerless and jjiilfc lives. We'can make you any shade you may wish. We have a EnllLTnc* OP DR, SARTMAIKPS R53MEI3IES: La-cu-pi-a, Pe-ra-na, Man-a-liii. AsOLace Hats are the Latest for nice hats, we have bought A PULL IxIMTE OF FOIUTT LICE, Which we are offering at a very lowprice. * We have also received the Latest Shapes in Frames. Bring in the babies and see how nice they will look in one of onr Hoods, jnst received. Respectfully, Saline, May 29,1890. MISS C. C. KINGSLEY, MRS. C. A. HENDRICK. /] h **.4 ,-"■■ *.v Come and get a hook oii the Ills of Life. '\ " ■ **«i.
|Title||1890-06-05; 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;|
|Copyright Permission||This material is in the public domain.|