1892-01-21; Saline Observer
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-4 A HE I k rv* A. J. WARREN. Pu__is_ier. SALINE, WASHTENAW 00., MIOH., THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1892. VOL. XII.- -NO. 13. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. PROFESSIONAL. P E.JONES. Attorney at Law. 4.11 Business attended to "With Promptness unci Care. Office on McKay street, SALINE, - - MICH. p R. WILLIAMS Attorney at Law, Especial attention paid to Pension Claims of all kinds. _feweo__b Block, MILAN, - - MICH. IT A. NICHOLS, Wl. D., PHTSIC1AN and SURGEON. NEIGHBORHOOD GLEANINGS. Newsy Notes and Occasional Occurrences From our Near Neighbors. Ofiice at Nicho s SALINE, Lros'. drug store. MIOH. C\ F. UNTERKIRCHER, Wl. □., PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. .alls promptly attended to at all hours. Office in Hauser block, Chicago street. SALINE, - - MICH. Q W. CHANDLER, Wl O., PHYSICIAN and SURGEON . ffice on Adrian Street, first door sour . o£ the "Wallace Block, SALINE, - - MIOH. TT O. HELLER, . D S. DENTIST. Headquarters for the best Tooth Powder in the market. Office over Nichols Eros', drug store. SALINE, - - MICH. I ' C. SLAGHT, Veterinary Surgeon. Graduate of Chicago 'veterinary College, Kr-denc. 1J4 miles east, ot Pennington s Corners. Calls may be left ateither of the stores at the Corners. All calls promptly attended to. MACON, - - MICH. MISCELLANEOUS. Kev. Frank Arnold accepts a call from the Baptist society at Dexter. One of our patrons wants some M. D. to rise and explain the difference he- tweeu heart disease and heart failure. Is there such a disease as heart failure, as we often see stated in the papers? Courier. The oil stove which was used to keep the thousands of squashes that are stored in a vacant McRoberb store, came near exploding- last Monday. It was "put out" in two ways; i, e., it was out doors where the light went out. Ypsilanti Commercial. The Bell Telephone exchange has 141 takers in Ann Arbor, and it takes 87 miles of wire to make it possible for them to talk to each other. You cau always count upon one thing,that there are two of the best looking young-ladies iu the city, at the other end of the 'phone when you call up the central.—■ Courier. A colored woman called at the county clerk's office one day this week after a marriage license. Her intended husband was lying very ill and not able to go for the license so she herself went and probably ere this she has had the chance to take care of a sick husband, Ann Arbor Democrat. "If you are tired of life, and want to got rid of its burden and cares, don't disgrace your family by tying a rope i around your neck, or disgust everyone | by having your remains hauled out of i the river. Do it in a more genteel way; go hunting with a crowd of fool friends. Some one will be sure to let a gun go off aud hit you, and the community will mourn over your untimely end in a way that will please your ghost if it is allowed to come hack to this earth to see the funeral."—Hillsdale Standard, A young man of this place started out with a jockey's outfit last September, consisting of a horse worth SUO, a jack- knife and stick. He made rapid ab- vancement it is said, in lying and whittling-, but has completely tailed financially. His liabilities consisted of tho Washington Letter. P GORDON, \V"ATERMAN'S PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY (Miss Gillett's old stand.) _ ,. Tr- i „-.„,..,-,. _i,„ui,»l horse, $40, road-cart, single harness, "Will-em Saline every Wednesday and .shall be | "" ' "»* > . ' ". __..' pleased to meet all in need of work m my lme. overcoat and a pair of mittens. His •Jail and see samples of our work. | .^^ ^ & ^.^ ^ & ^^ . ^ ^ | a black eye. He says as soon as he can I aqait himself of the two charges brought | a»asnst his fair name, one for assault and the other for slander, he will resign forever aud ever the profession of a jockey.—Plymouth .Mail. G. Frank Allmendinger, Frank E. j Mills, James H. Stevens, Ceo. Hash, I Ceo. E. Sperry, Nelson Sutherland and Practical Painter. j Henry Depew were elected directors of •louse painting, graining, paper banging and ' the Ann Arbor & Lodi Plank Road Co., " ; on the oth inst., and Mr. Rash was : chosen president, Mr. Sutherland see- i retary and Mr. Depew superintendent. j The following resolution offered by Mr. I Allmendinger was passed: i "Resolved. That residents along the i gravel road are mjue.tedto plant shade ; Uvea along their respective pieces of The Pioneer Painter. Over Forty Tears Experience. Carriage, Sign and O-namental Painting, Paper Hanging, Frescoing, Etc. SALINE, - MICH. tf 7" M. BRIGGS, kals.mmirig- All work promptly and neatly done, and satisfaction guaranteed, SALINE, - - MICH. yANDUZER'S Barber Shop. lair Cutting. Shaving, Shampooing and Work in tl.e Barber Line. , - , r, ,.,.__.., Bath room in .omiectiou. Hot or cold baths at | property, not nearer than _. feet to tne ny times. A. B. VAN DUZER. " SALINE, MIOH. "Washington, D. C, Jan. 15,1892. (From our regular correspondent.) "War talk is again overshadowing everything else here, and nine people out of ten, who are informed on the question, believe that war will be declared against Chili within less than thirty days. The administration was led to believe hy the Chilian minister that his government was on the eve of offering satisfactory reparation for the insult to tills country, and for that reason the correspondence and the Presi- dent' proclamation was not sent to Congress last week, as was the original intention. But there is to be no more temporizing, and the correspondence and proclamation is to go to Congress as soon as Judge Advocate General Remey, of the navy, completes the taking of the testimony of the sailors of the Baltimore, and the talk of the Congressmen leaves no doubt of the reception it will meet with in Congress. Representative Jerry Simpson made a yery shrewd attempt to obtain official recognition from the Speaker pro tem for the people's party when the agreement was made that each party should be allowed two hours for debate on Mr. Holman's resolution that the judgment of the House is against the passage of any hill siding in any manner private enterprises and against the appropriation of any money, aside from that necessary to keep up the work of the department, by asking if that arrange- mentincluded.two hours for the people's party as well as for the democrat and republican parties. The Speaker made a diplomatic escape from the dilemma by saying that he assumed the division of time would he between those in favor of the resolution and those, against it. The resolution was adopted yesterday, and puts au end to the hopes of those who had been expecting appropriation for various things. It la thought by many that the de- j cision of the Supreme Court to the effect that a witness cannot he compelled to give testimony that will criminate him, will seriously hamper the ! work of the Interstate Commerce Commission, as it is regarded as next to impossible to prove violations of law without being able to compel the shipper and tlie railroadman, suspected of violating the law, to testify. An attempt will be made to remedy this very serious defect in the Interstate Commerce law by Congressional legislation. Representative Harter, of Ohio, evidently remembers a statement made last summer by Secretary Foster to the effect that a largo number of Customs collection districts in New England might be abolished at a great spring to the Government and without injury to the service, for he has introduced a bill for the reduction and consolidation of customs collection districts iu all parts of the country, which he says will, if enacted into a law. increase the efficiency of the service and save S.lTK,t)0(> ■:_ year. The friends of free-cuinage were delighted by th... -latement of Senator Movc«'» *uat »le bas made an oxamina- ■ lion of the question propounded by Seu- ' itlor Stewart, ?,n_l agreed with that A. MILLER & SON. (Successorsto J. A. Alber . ..enter of the road, and at least _:•*) [t.. I apart. For each tree sq p-uncett in ; liSilti, whieh. QUv tsunerinteudent shall , ..... , , . I find in good condition on October 1st of gontlera .y. >u bclievnig that the law of issaid year, the road company will allow '. IS;*"?, authorising the free coinage of 1 111 cents from the toll of the laud owner.; silver, has never "boon repealed and was I the amount so allowed, however, not to J to-dav the law of the land. exceed the total amount due the eum- . pany for toll,— Courier. —ps> e eri*- First-class" rigs at reasonable I'lites. Commercial 1 rnvolers and their bag- sage carried to and from adjoining towns with promptness and at living j tho gUUo,u,ool,a. student Irving Den Representatives of the labor organization, are urging Congressmen to support the eight-hoar bill, introduced in the Hou.e by Repre_eutatfve O _\eill. ,. „ ... . ~ ,. ,. , , of Mi_.ouri. This hill was drawn bv (m Kov.I_. 1 Hill), a light occurred al :,_ , , . .. -..,.' , . , . 1 1 , , 1 the labor men, and it nroviues that no Anil Arbor between several hundred; _ ... , . , . 1 employer ot labor engaged 111 goveru- ,- A of A * , , „ .P-, ■ . Denulspn's Slayer Pound tmiversUy (students and rompany rates. Old American House Barn, SALINE, - - MICH, Iota Baumfiardner nhson was watching the melee when he j was suddenly struck on the head with ' J some blunt instrument thought to be a . ! gun and died from the results. When I Dennison's clothing was removed at iSm-cesso to Anton Eisl-,1 DEALER IN Foreign and American garble, Granite' and stone. ment work shall permit his employee I to work more than eight hours a day. I Representative Jerry Simpson wants an investigation made of the workings of the Agricultural department, and Secretary Rusk expresses the wish that Mr. Simpson's resolution will be adopted by Congress' and the investigation be most searching in its character, _>,s he is anxious for everybody to _now what his department is doing for the Reckless Match Strikers. Tlie terror of neat housekeepers is the reckless person who strikes matches on all sorts of improper places,leaving scratches on walls, doors, mantels, furniture, or anything contiguous to the places where matches at- kept. The cigarette fiends are the most frequent transgressors in this respect. They light so many matches that they get in the habit of "striking on the first thing that comes handy. On some of the ferryboats and most smoking cars there are metal plates screwed to the woodwork of convient access for striking matches, but the reckless match strikers will not take the trouble to use them, but strike on the first convenient surface. The result is seen iu long, ugly marks on the woodwork, defacing the paint and making ugly streaks. In many public building- there are also many such marks on walls, especially in corners near exits, where the match-striking demons have left traces of their untidiness. It makes no difference to these heedless persons when they see a wall or a wainscot freshly painted or newly cleaned. With one fell swoop they will slash away with their matches, leaving long trails of sulphur to spoil the surface. The careful man will use the prepared surface of the matchbox, or flagging, or floor, or some place where the match will not leave a mark to be an eyesore. But, alas! most of those who strike matches are not careful. Some of them deserve to be prosecuted under that section of the penal code which prescribes a penalty for malicious mischief. ZE-Ca-v--. "STo---. <3-o _; _a__e Nichols Bros Compound Cough. Syrup will cure it and don't you forget it. A Musical Evening. "I passed a musical evening in my room last night," said a gentleman on bis way down-town this morning. "There's no use talking, music and moonlight go together as natural as hog and hominy or 'possum and potatoes. I was sitting at my window keeping cool. In the pretty yard of my next-door neighbor his daughters were entertaining their beaux, and they sang quartets in a low, murmuring, 'ask papa' sort of way. Across the street somebody apparently had a mortgage on a piano aud was foreclosing it against its own protest. Down~ou our front steps a group of little boys were gathered about another little boy who had a mouth-har- moniea with which he was announcing musically that he had been 'comrades ever since they were boys.1 At a stable-door in the alley a negro coachmau sat with his guitar, picking winners right straight along. All this, you know, was 'linked sweetness long drawn out' through the whole evening. And just as I was preparing to retire with my soul calmed by such a bath-of harmony a carriage party from the suburbau saloons whirled by singing 'A Flower from My Angel Mother's Grave.' And before I got to sleep the watchmau of my block rapped his stick under my window aud whistled 'Come Where My Love Lies Dreaming.' Oh, I tell you, I was right in music up to my neck last night!"—St. IiOttis Pusl-Dispatch. Bucklen's Arnica Salv.e. The Best Salve iu the world for Cuts. Brakes. Sores, Ulcers, Salt Eheuui, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains. Corns, and all Skin Eruption, and positively cm-es Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded, price __ cents per box. For snlo by Geo. B. Mason, the. Druggist. i-Everbody in need of a dollars worth of goods in any of our different depart I ments must be interested iu our prices. ' «ISHAWL SPECIALS I All our Badger State ail wool Tied fringe 1 Badger sbawls,wortli $5 to $8, go at one price I All out Double Shawls, size 72x144,flne all i wool,lumdreds of styles to select from $3. G 5 ! ' Single Sliawls: All our heavy all wool isingle shawls $1.35 Deserving Praise. We desire to say to our eitir.ens, tint for year- we have been st-lliu^ Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Dr. Kiug'- New Lif.l-lis, Bucklen's Arnica Salve aud Electric Bitters, and have nev.r hancllpd remedies that sell as well, or that have given such universal satisfaction. \W Jo I not hesitate to guarantee them every time, j and we stand ready to refund tho purchase ririee, if satisfactory results do not iolloy,- J their use. These remedies have won their j great popularity purely ou their liierits. Geo. B. iliison. Druggist. 1 i Wise Motliers Will never be without Dr. Hoxie's ; j (.'ertain Croup Cure. It is a sure and I ! prompt cure for croup in all forms: also ! a preventive of Diphtheria und pneu- i monia. It contains no opium.and causes i no nausea. Ask your druggist to send ! to any Detroit wholesale drug house ! for it*. -50 cts. per bottle. the hospital il was found that his watch was gone and it has ever heen thought .the militiaman who clubbed Dennison made away with his watch. An investigation followed but nothing ever came '■ farmers and how it i_ doing it, of it. Arthur J. Sweet, depot police- L Senator l_ller has introdjced a reso- . T , r, ., , . Jin-ion providing for an international UwmatJack-:o.n;RailrQ-.4cmr,mi«gHw,er:coDi.eveu-- wittfso mum- oi the wim. Bui.di--.gjW__.--.ian. and Lir. Vaughan of the 1 tries interested as shaU""accept the in- medical faculty have continued the t vitation of- the United States for the work on the case. Sweet says that Dennison's watch was shown to five disre- eissmger IS HEAlXiUAKTEES FOK Corner of Detroit and Catherine Sts. A.NN ARBOR, MICH.) putable women two of whom are now ] in Jackson, and that they have, confess- _ | ed that the watch was shown them by j a militiaman while he was on a drunken spree and who boasted at the time thathe had killed Dennison. The man who overheard (juarreling with a corn- purpose of trying to reach au agreement "on the money question; as represented by silver. He gav.e notice, that while the free coinage advocates favored such a conference, and hoped for good results from it, they 'would not eease their efforts to bring about free coinage. As this conference was rec- jFURNITURE fflD I Undertaking. S. JOSENHANS' lilllllli in ill P. 1 ommeuded iu the President's annua1, ! message, aud has peen, en.-iuwe^ by some of the leading denioerats in tbe _ - . , (House it is (air ia a«_sun_c that Senator pa-ion and when he seemed to he try- iTeHer'-j y_lutiun, or a similar one will ing to implicate him in the murder th\s j ha adopted. What its result will be . ="—*—-. <"- ! companion "turned ou him aud thvt--a^.ii-! upoi* the silver question in this Con- WmmG DOSH^O* S^I^lea^expose.hew^eb^.^; Alter j "^^^S^f of tho H-u_e "'"" i this conversation the militiaman sup- j committee on Patents is-HeatO- that 'posed to bave murdered Dennison the voice of the ir.yan.uys of the coun- j sought safetv iu Seattle. Wash. A re- • U'.v has at hist, bsen heard and that ji .... :,*, . , ,, . .-, ,, • bill tnakhia* it a penal offense to will- qmsitionwillatoncebe obtained and; f„iiT __,-_i£re a patent will shortly he the man brought hack from. Seattiu for' reported to" the House. Isshould have t-pial,—Anu i\.rhor Democrat. 1 heeu done years ago. i Picture Fraielo .Win BOTICE All],in-sq£ Forging, Bep!j.irir,_ H.j_.es.iQeu.g, sni senenjl Job-iug. S-^TISFACTIQ-. QUipiA-TEEEn at)- prices vca "X .apaqla. S}i.op qn Ann Artsr street, "* heftl-Main. SAI*tr?ET . - - - HlOU Always on hand. ) J. W , Weissings-P 1-4 off on all oiir 1-4 off on all onr l-4o_-Fonalionr 1-4 off on all our 1-4 off on all onr Underwear. 1-4 off on all onr Facenators. Muffs Blankets Draperies Ladies' Skirts These prices for only a few days longer. % NO WAR bnt war on the price of clothing,hats,caps, underwear, g;loves, mittens, hosiery, Trunks, Valises, fine shirts, collars, ciiffs, overalls and jackets. - We are going to let the public loose among thirty-eight thousand dollars (S38000) worth of merchandise for Twenty Days, which will be Hill Feb. 9th at Q) One Quarter Off marked price. We have not picked ont a few goods and marked them down, but offer Every" Article In the BonMe Store I Kemember what we are saying (l-_) _^_'i B-RTSS- >2"3 the price of everything and any thing in our Double Store. Not one dollar to go on the books: every dollar must bu cash. We ought to move One Thousand Dollars' worth of goods every day at these prices. 5. Headquarters for this section of the Slate of Michigan. N. B. Country dealers will do well to come in, aud assort up their Stocks at these Prices. ictures. Easels. FOR CHRISTMAS _/VT 0» RalM Rockers. M Rockers. SMYRNA RUGS, BED'ROOM SOSTS, FOR RUGS, BOOH CASES, TOWEL RINGS, COUCHES. ' S§ii\m HOLDERS,' CARPET SWEEPERS, CENTRE TABLES, TRIPODS, OIL PAINTINGS, OAK ROCKERS, ' SECRETARIES, PICTURE RflO.U LD1NG, CH ROMOjS.
|Title||1892-01-21; 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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