1890-11-20; Saline Observer
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u^lfS^3 -w-^tjwm^*-"™, -^p'TF *%* ^5t* T'*x**t"'^y OBSERVER. NISSLY & WARREN, Publishers. SitLINE, WASHTENAW CO., MIOH., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1890. VOL. XI.—NO. 4. BUSINESS RIRECTQRY. PROFESSIONAL. Tj* E.JONES. Attorney at Law. All Business attended to with Promptness and Care. Office on McKay street, MICH. SAX.INB, p R. WH-LIASV13, Attorney at Law, Especial attention paid to Pension Claims of all Kinds. Eoom 1, Blackmar Block, MILAN, - - MICH. -TT A. NSCHQLS, WI. D., FftTSIClAN and SUBGEON. Office at Nichols Bros', drug store. SALINE, - - MICH. p F. UPJTSRKiBGHER, Wl. D., PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Calls promptly attended to at all hours. Office In Davenport block, second floor. MICH. SALINE, O :w. CHANDLER, Wl D., PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Office on Adrian. Street, first door south of the Wallaee Block, SALINE, - - IIICH. NEIGHBORHOOD GLEANINGS. Newsy Notes and Occasional Occurrences From our Near Neighbors. Milan has 'four so-called"'meat markets. Grass Lake has just survived a "Wild West" show. A Dancing school has heen opened at Manchester. Clinton Congregationarchurcn. ladies give a flower show to-day. E. C. Cornwell, of Ypsilanti, will make a^tcur around the world. A Teeumseh shipper dressed four tons of poultry one day last week. Teeumseh has a "kid" band, which promises to do some loud tooting. Dundee's new chemical'"engine has PHYSICIAN and SURGEOJf. pffice and residence in ST. G. Fowler's house, one door west of J. Sturm's harness shop. Calls promptly attended night and day. SALINE, - - MICH. TT D. HEf-LER, .0- D- s., DENTIST. Headquarters for the best Tooth Powder in the market. Office over Nichols Bros', drag store. SALINE, MICH. r C. SLASHT, Veterinary Surgeon. ~^* Graduate of Chicago Veterinary College,. Residence IM1 miles east of Pennington's Corners. Cuts may be left ateither of the stores at the Corners. All calls promptly attended U. «; MACON-..- - - MIOH. 8 general Auctioneer. gales'attended in any part of the county. Terms '•"'"^ Eeasbnahle. Orders may be left at the Observer. Office. SALINE - MIOH. *|^A?E-3?iJ5A"f§ ' PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY. (Hiss GiUett's old stand.) Vv ill be in Saline every Wednesday and shall be pleased to meet all in need of work m my line. Oitll and see samples of our work. •Washington Letter. T A. ALBER'S Livery and Feed Stable. First-class rigs at reasonable prices. Commer- - --cliil travelers and their baggage earned to -*1 -■ - - *"" any adjoining towns. Bliss tp and'from all towns. <# The Pioneer Painter. Over Forty Years Experience. Carriage. Sign and Ornamental Painting, Paper Hanging. Frescoing, Etc. SALINE, - MICH. TX7 Kl. BR8GSS, Practical Painter.- Konse painting, graining, paper hanging and kalsomioing. All work promptly and neatly done, and satisfaction guaranteed, SALINE, - - MIOH. VTAN DUZER'S • Barber Shop, 4air* Gutting. Shaving, Shampooing Work in the Barber Tune. and all Bath room in connection. Hot or cold baths .at ny times, A. B. VAN DUZER, SALINE, MIH. WASHTENAW LGDGe., No. 688, K.fcf H. ileetings First and Third Friday of each month. A. ain-IER, C.SHAFFEK. Ifeporter. Dictator.* 'V. ^ 6avoa6,'arid*Tra(l8rSfBEl-3 obtained, and all Pafe crit business'conducted for Moderate Fees, dun OFFICERS OPPOSITE .U.S. P^JEriTOFFieg ana we can Becuro patent m less time than tnose remote from Washington. , .. Send model, drawing dr photo., with description. We advise, if patentable or not, free or charge. Our fee not due till patent is secured. A pamphlet. "How to Obtain Patents," with names of actual clients in your State, county, or town, sent free. Address, C.A.Sft3OW&C0. Opp. Patent Office, Washington, D. C. booh: hoi/13 The Most Perfect Dictionahy Holder. Folding and Adjustable Tables. SEND FOK CATALOGUE. R. M. LAMBIE, 39 E. i 9th St^N-V*. arrived and the Beporter says it's a dandy. The Democratic blow-out at Manchester last week was a big affair, says the Enterprise. The late^KendallJKittridge, of the Ann Arbor .Register, carried §8,000 life insurance. Milan got so" warmed up over election that its catererjlast week reopened the ice cream [seasou. The largp.lbarnes'ofrChas. Poekling- ton, near Bidgeway, burned last week. Loss §4,000, Insured for §2,000. An $l,S00-a-yearrtraveling man got so drunk at a neighboring town that they turned him out of the hotel. G W. W. Holt, proprietor of Manchester's flouring mills, has been granted a patent on anew'roller mill, A syndicate of Tecumaeh' capitalists have just purchased a farm near the village limits and will plat it, and boom it, a la city style. Ann Arbor is to'.have" a [daily paper and Fred Brown, of Bay City, is the man that will launch it. Ann Arbor, it would seem, should support a daily. Blosser, of the Enterprise, wants a railroad from Manchester to Ann Arbor. Wait till the-moter line ig e>otsuo,- edto Saline, and-theh'epax i| up" your, way, Mat. • " '~l "" V'''" ' "Dundee Lutherans dedicated their new house of worship the 9th inst. with imposing ceremonies, which were held in both the English" and German languages. ...... "$bot**,pahg attacked an Ann Arbor man upon the street one night last week and relieved him of his cash. Verily A. A. is getting citified in more ways than cine.. A Milan iiuta taught a line eolt>, brought i| JiQniQ and. put it in the stable and a little later went out and found it dead. A little experience paying for "dead horses:' as it were. Local "crack shots" have been scouring- the woods this week in search of a drove of five or six deev.^'sean, an the openings thp forepart of tlie week, slaughter iias yet taken place, dee Beporter. Some miserable, cowardly thief, witlg evidently no respect for God p,r map, last week japped the carpet fiioin. th§ aisjes pf $}e" H/pispopal ohurb, at Teeumseh, and carried it away. Such scoundrels should meet a "warm" reception in the sweet by and bye. A Petersburg man voted his tax receipt, while aE sorts of bills were voted in various parts of the state. A man has got to be reasonably sober to vote under the present system. The old way he could be marched to the. ballot box and voted by somebody else.—Adrian Messenger. Miller WadeY'of the. Quaker flouring mill while below, to oil the machinery last week, allowed his coat tail to dangle near the line shaft, which proceeded to wind it up, and was also, winding Wade, when the lattep called fop help. Mr. Hughs on the floor above heard the cry, slopped the milll and saved the miller, who is a good man worth saving.—Adrian Press. The Maude Oswald Comedy Co., which lately played to empty houses here for three nights, is evidently gone to pieces. Thej- were at Milford on Thursday of last week and the Times says the company consisted of two members; the audience was fair and the performance decidedlv poor.— Plymouth Mail. Maude wanted otir printing: bill tp be sent her at P-lymputi'., hut 'ye didn't think so, and it's probably just as well for us, Willie Matthews arrived home Saturday afternoon from Ann. Arbor, where he had been visiting- for a few days. We saw his head was bandaged up, and upon making inquiry, we ascertained that one of his friends suap- ped a revolver at him thinking it was not loaded, on the contrary it was, and the bullet struck him above the left eye, but did not inflict aserious wound. His many Mends will Washington, D. C, Nov. 14,1890. (From our regular correspondent.) Mr. Blaine is the man to whom the republicans are turning in their hour of defeat, and men who a few months ago pooh-poohed his reciprocity ideas and accused the Secretary of State of having become visionary, are now saying that there is only one man who can bring the republican party together in fighting shape in 1892, and his name is Blaine. But a few of Speaker Beed's friends are trying to stem the tide by charging the blame for the democratic victory to Mr. Blaine's opposition to the McKinley tariff bill. It would be interesting to know just what Mr. Blaine thinks of the whole business, but unfortunately he will not talk for publication. When asked the opinion of the McKinley bill he replied with a smile: "There was a trial down in Maine some years ago, and an old farmer was summoned to testify regarding the character of the defendant. "Bo you know the defendant?" asked one of the consul "Yes, sir." "What is his character?" "Well sir, I have known the defendant forty years, and I have been studying him forty years, and my opinion of him now is the same as it was on the first day I met him." The political magnates of both parties who are at present in Washington have been greatly disturbed by the report that the Farmers' Alliance would run a Presidential ticket in 1892, and that steps were now being taken which would probably result in that ticket receiving the support of organized labor throughout the country. If it is possible to combiuethe votes of organized labor with those of the Farmers' Alliance, it is high time that the leaders of the old parties were getting disturbed. JtjJJ1 very safe to predict that th.^ republican and democratic parties, vyJU he representee!, aj the annual convention of the National Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union, which is to meet at Ocala, Florida, Dec. 2nd, by some of their closest observers, as both parties a^e. anxious to know what that Qfg^nizatjton propose to do ^wq jjears. J\ence, and ggmething. in.ay. be. picked up, by mixing with "tlie delegates of the thirty-five states that are to be repre,ge,n,te<3 in that convention,. Senate?-*- gnQonei* has arrived here, and a great many people believe that Mr. Harrison sent for him to tender hiin the vacant seat on the Supreme Court bench. When asked if there was any probability of his succeeding but I have an idea that the new chair- m=in will be an out and out Blaine man, and that, Mr. Huston certainly is not. Arguments were heard this week by Secretary Windom against a continuation of the privileges enjoyed by the Grand Trunk Railway Company, a Canadian corporation, in the transportation of freight through this country. The railway was also given a hearing, through its attorneys. Mr. Windom listened to all that both sides had to say, and then announced that he would make no decision at present. FASHIONABLE DRESS-HAKIM CUTTING-, FITTING- and all kinds of Dressmaking done neatly and promptly and in THE LATEST STYLES. Rooms in the Philo Fowler house. Mrs. J. H. Warner. READY FOR BUSINESS I have purchased the Schairer stock of Harness and Harness Goods and have moved to the Wallaee block, where I am prepared to show a full'line of Light and Heavy Harness, Robes. Blankets, Dusters, Whips, and everything in tho line of horse goods. Harness made to orde and l^e-ss pairing promptly (lone. Everything at Rock Bottom Prices,for Cash A share. o£ your patronage solicited. Respectfully, A. W.LASHIER. "WOOIj I In Clear Wool Scarlet Bllanliets Slightly Damaged. NOVEMBER 17th to 23rd _ Farmers, Michigan S raw wool is worth 32 cents per pound in Boston to-day. This wool shrinks 60 per cent in cleansing, which makes this same wool, cleansed for above blankets, worth 51 Cents per pound. We sell you back this same cleansed, 51c wool, in Scarlet, Pure Wool Blankets, at 38c per Pound. Advance coming in all woolen goods. 500 pairs to Call and see your wool weighed back to you in Blankets, bf dress goods. be sold in one week Send to as for samples S.JOSENHAN'S lllllltl ||f.. REPAIRING DONE ON SHORT NOTICE. All kinds of Forging, Repairing Horseshoeing, and general Jobbing. SATISFACTION GTJAKANTEED and prices reasonable. 'Shop on Ann Arbor street, near Main. SALINE, - - - - . MICH F 6 ANN ARBOR, MICH. No -Dun- the late Justice Miller, Mr*. Spe-onar evaded the questiQft Vi*f ¥*eplyfng that he had no| gjv«?a the matter a thought. T don-fc know how the nomination of Senator Spooner to this position would strike the country, outside of Washington, but it would certainly l>g we}\ ve= ceived here by everybody, Oongey-fativo democrats deprecate the undue, haste in opening the campaign for the Speakership of the next House, "ind have tried in vain to stop it by arguing that it will be more than a year before the Speaker is elected, and that it is a waste of time to be discussing at this time the relative merits or demerits of gentlemen who think themselves, or are thought by their friends, to be entitled to th.e -"■WAPr. of presiding over a hftuje. that w-ffl ^>e more than two-^hH'.ds. democratic.- To this Q-$ ge&tienien interested reply by baying that it would be folly to ignore the fact of the chances being very decidedly in favor of an early spring* extra session of the Fifty**§@<*oad Congress. It is charged that some of the best l?nov70 candidates are at the bottom of the scheme to stop the discussion at this time, and that their object is to kill off their less famous colleagues who might, if kept before the public, develop strength enough to make them dangerous competitors. Whatever the reasons, the campaign has opened, and it will not be really ended until the next President of the United States isnominatedand elected, for, injudicious as it may. app,a)w, ail of the democrat^ qau^idates. for- tho Pres- idefltialnaminationare being directly OP indirectly through their friends dragged into the controversy. A't present it is anybody's fight, with the chances in favor of the section that will solidly support its candidate, be he from the South, West, or North. The necessary steps are being taken by the War department to carry out the act of Congress providing for the transfer of the Weather Bureau to tins Agricultural Department on th^. ftr-St of next July. / gratulatrng him on his'narrow Tsc^pe" The ^P^SIM '»••* ^^Z ^ a Clinton Local. nianto/taka Senator Quay's place at Yes, and we'll all join in censuring the head of their National committee the idiot that will so carelessly point a it being certain that he will retire, revolver and pull the trigger. There! whether willingly or unwillingly d.oes is no excuse for such wanton reckless- j not matter. Mr. B*u3tq-q, the present noss. I P- §•. Tr§a-*"Ui*.ei', seems to be a favorite, John Banmgardner, (Successor to Anton Eisle,) DEALER IN Foreign and American SVlarhie, Granite and Building stone. Corner of Detroit and Catherine Sts. ANN ARBOR, MICH. FRED GAUNTLETT W±1X soil you 5 dozen Clothes Pins for 5c. Good Rsins for 10c per Pound. 1 pound of Tae and a Basket for sgc. Japan Tea for 25c per lb., equal to many sold at 50c. Baking* Powder, warranted to be good, for 21c per lb. Best Roasted Java Coffee 35c per pound. Good Roasted..Mixed Coffee 25c, 28,30 and 32c per lb. Good Green Rio Coffee 25 and 28c per pound, Remember we keep one of the Best Assortments of Canned Goods In Saline at surprising Low Prices. Butter and Eggs taken in exchange for Goods for Cash Remember the place. FRED GAUNTLETT, The Wallace Block Cash Grocer, Saline, Mich. •t SALINE REPA1BSH0P. VYh,eu, "■njn.eed; of Repair Work in tlie line of JEWELRY, WATCHES, CLOCKS, SEWING-MACHINES, BIQYCLES, G-TJNS, ETC. Give me a call and I will guarantee satisfaction. Respectfully, E. H.:CRESSY, Wallace Block. The only reason we can giye, is the Large Assortment and Low Prices. Having taken special care in selectingTour goods this season, we feel safe in saying that we have the finest line in the county, and at reasonable prices. All tlie Latest Novelties in Black Cheviots in Suits and Overcoats. Men's Suits ranging from $5 to $30. Overcoats from $5 to $30. Children's Suits at all prices, Endless assortment of Gloves and Mittens. All the Latest Styles in Hats Etc. Dj not buy a dollar's worth in our line until you havo seen our goods in our line and prices. HS&w We h:i»e opened a furniture store " the Blackmar Building I and are now prepared to show a full assortment of Staple Furniture, Undertaking Goods, Sc., whjeh. we offer at very low priees. A FINE NEW HEARS-E in connection, with oin- lindertn'iinjj department. PICTURE FRAMI! "$!> RBFAIRIM1 a specialty-, A share of your patronage solicited.- Respectfully, |J. F. Weissinger & So. 27 & 29 S. Main St., ANY. Ann Arbor. ^vl THE SALINE ROLLER MILLS. f s> MAND1*-ACTUBERS OE FULL ROLLER PATENT, "GOLDEN EAGLE" And other Favorite Brands of Flour Buckwheat Flour, Graham.,'Corn Feal and .All Kinds Ground Feed. Flour aud Feed in Car lots a specialty. ASK YOUR GEOCER TOB OtXB BRANDS AND GET THE B^EST HIGHEST MARKE.U PRICE PAID FOR WHEAT AT ALL TIMES.
|Title||1890-11-20; 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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