1895-09-26; Saline Observer
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n iinimirnTiin -tl The Saline A. J. WARREN, Publisher. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER, 26 1895. TOdLvX^--^!®.^. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. j( T W. GAUNTLET!", D. O. Graduate of the Chicago Ophthalmic College and Hospital Will call and test your eyes if you address meat MILAN, - MICH. T> F. SHEEDER, A. NI., M. D Physician & Surgeon. From the TJ. of 31. and Jefferson Hospital College, Philadelphia, Late assistant to the Bliss Eye Hospital, Springfield, O. Special attention given to the eye. Eyes tested aud glasses fitted. Office and Eesidence—the Marsh house, Chicago St. SALINE - - MICH. +, .'*»■ Milan Murmunngs. T\R. G. E. HATHAWAY, Dentist Office over Nichols Bros, drug store. SALINE, MICH. P E.JONES. Attorney at Law. Business attended'to with Promptness and Care. Office on McKay street. SALINE. MICH. Q. R. WILLIAMS Attorney at Law, Espepjal:attentiQn paid to Pension Claims of all fc"nds, Hewcomh Bloclf, MILAN, • - MICH. % Q W. CHANDLER, M D., PHYSICIAN and SUKGEON Office on Adrian Street, first door south of the Wallace Block, S VUNE, - MICH. f * C. SLASHT, Veterinary Surgeon. 3IACCW, LENA.WEE CO., MICH. Connection wita. Tecumseh by Telegraph and by Mail. AU. OAI.15 PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. WATERMAN' PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY. (MiEs Gillett's old stand.) Will be in Saline every Wednesday and shall be •leased to meet all in need of work in my line. Jail and see samples of our work. •RISK'S Barber Shop. lair Cutting. Shaving, Shampooing and all Work in the Barber Line. HOMER FISH. SALINE, - - MICH. A. J. WARREN, CONVETANCER AND ffloiar-y - Public. All legal papers drawn on short notice and at prices within the reach of all. General Fire Insurance a Specialty. Whaley & Sons' eider mill is running. A cold wave struck here Monday morning. Eev. C. B. Case has returned to his home in Clayton. Rev. H. F. Shier is the uaine of the new M. E. pastor. A. B. Dexter is breaking in a new bicycle now-a-days. Mrs. Chas. Clark returned Saturday from her visiting tour. The Ann Arbor fair is being well patronieed by Milanites. There are enrolled 251 pupils thus far and more expected this week. Mrs. S. Egner is entertaining a sister and friend from Detroit for a few days. Mrs. Luxtou and Charlie have returned from a four weeics sojourn in Ontario. Mr. and Mrs. Webb Blackmer are at home to their friends in their new home on Wilcox street. Miss Blanch Farrington indulged in a birthday party Saturday afternoon and all the little folks had an enjoyable time. Married: Chas. Lamkin of this place and Miss Theresa Heral of London Thursday p. m. Rev. J. W. McGregor officiating. THE SACRED CODFISH. CITY MEAT MARKET. (J. A. L!N!!KNS''H3in>T k still .Milt-"I'l •'t.-tu'l. wltfri-hi-ls (ilwajs |,n i'lirt'ii to sttrvt. his iMistumiTK with THE BEST fR THE :V"ARK.ET in the ""ne. of Fresh Mil Suit Meats of all Kinds, I'oiiliry, Fish. Sausa-'e, Etc., AT POPULAR ■***"" ens. * umplplf stfji.ni «»ntttl fur ituimifiwtmihi: s:iu <atr«'. Ki*nmm.ber the old staipi. G. A. UNDEN3CHIWIDT CAN I OBTAIN A *A"EEN*E? "for a Prompt answer and ani honest opinion, write to IUUNN <fc CO-.Trtio have hadneaTlySfty years* experience in the patent business. Commnnlca. tions (strictly confidential, A Handbook of Information concerning Patents and how to obtain them sent free. Also a catalogue of mechanical and scientific books sentlreo. Patents taken thronRh Maim & Co. receive special notice in tho Scientific American, and thus are brought widely before the public without cost to the inventor. This splendid paper, issued weekly, eleftantlyillnstrated. has bylar the largest circulation ot any scientific work in the world. S3 a year. Sample copies sent free. Building Etlition, monthly, J3J0 a year. Singla copies, 35 cents. "Syerynumber contains hean- tiiul plates, in colors, and photographs of new houses, with plans, enabling builders to show the latest deslcns and secure contracts. Address MUNN & CO, KEW YORK, 361 BBOADWAY. Bridgewater. Jacob Schumacher was in Detroit, last week. Rev. C. Clessler made a trip to Ypsilanti Monday. F. W. Schcen received a carlond of salt last week. Mr. Schallhorn will leave the John Riedel farm this month. Bridgewater was almost crowded with poultry Saturday. Phil Blum Jr. spent a few days in Detroit last week on business. Chris. Schlegel bought a nice;road horse of Ed. Stierle last week. Jacob Riedel is painting and papering a house for Jacob Blum Sr. Atnile Schadderand mother went to Ypsilanti Saturday to spend a week. Geo. Bcettner is buying poultry to be shipped from Manchester next wopk. Bcettner & Nissly shipped a carload of poultry to New York City Saturday. Chas. Hildinger spent a day last week on his farm two miles west of here. John Stabler had the misfortune to lose a finger while at work on some machinery. • The wells in the neighborhood are so dry that nearly everyone must dig deeper for water. Mrs. John Hutzel had the misfortune to scald her foot so severely lhat she cannot stand on it. Oscar Blum bought a milch cow at an auction last Friday, the next day she took French leave and raced up the railroad track ahead of a handcar. A search was made for her next day. Phil. Blum Jr., administrator of the Miss Matilda Riedel estate, will sell at public auction, Tuesday, Oct. 81 h, Ihe deceased farm consist iii*** of 70 tic:i*'"=, -10tiiT- s improve.!, tho l>:il;iiev. in j.o nl in aw Mandinii timber land. Tho Conservative papers of Groat Britain belittle as a pitiablo affair tho demonstration in Hyde park, Loudon, of tho National League For tho Abolition of tho Houso of Lords. They say there were "only" 10,000 persons present, and that they looked very small and weak scattered as they were among tin 12 speakers' platforms. Bnt the Conservative papers that make light of this demonstration forget it is a tremendous thing that there should be such a meeting and such a league at alL When one thinks back and recalls what would have been the status in old feudal days of the very people who now. compose that league, the distance the common people have traveled in Great Britain will be appreciated. From tho rwineherd over whom his lord possessed "lower even of life and death the -an titled citizen of England has readied the point where he dares to protest pub' licly against the right of the hereditary lord to make the laws governing him. In no reign previous to Victoria's would such a gathering have been possible. It wonld have been almost high treason to suggest such a thing. As to tho noble lords, for them this movement is the handwriting upon the wall. Tho twentieth century will doubtless look down upon British lords still, but they wi»> no more be hereditary lawmakers. rhe Proposal to Take It Ont of the State- *nonse In Boston Creates a Sensation* The Worcester Gazette says: Charles Francis Adams recounts "The Story of the Cod" in the Springfield Republican. In 1782 John Adams secured from Great Britain an eminent diplomatic victory after a wearisome contest —the right of fishery—and on March 17,1784, John Howe, a Boston member,' asked and received permission to hang tho historic codfish on the wall of the chamber of representatives in the state- house. Thirty yoars later another war with Great Britain occurred. John Quincy Adams was called on this time as a diplomat, and he, too, saved the codfish once moro from British encroachments. The statehouse cod, which the sacrilegious are now threatening to store in the garret, is emblematic of commerce, war and diplomacy and tells of Massachusetts victories in all three fields. After the peace of 1783 John Adams quartered the codfish in his coat of arms, and it is there now. This must have been the origin of the phrase "codfish aristocracy," once irt-common use. It was commonly spoken in derision, but the pride of the Adamses in the codfish wonld seem entirely worthy. On this subject the New fork Sun remarks: There is a proud and beautiful building in Boston. Bnlfinch did it. It is a Parthenon surmounted by a gilded gas- ■ house, and to those who love it it is the supreme architectural achievement of the world. Even tho limited or prejudiced persons who deny its charm cannot forget the joy of its associations. To go to Boston,, to view that dome with an eager eye and to perspire with the pulchritude of it and the deeper thought that one doesn't have to live in Boston is not tho least of pleasures in a world that persons of fair digestion regard with a certain amount of attachment. As a matter of fact, the dome ia a hollow fraud. Mr. Bulfinch, who has had the distinction of having an eminently parochial street named after him, was not lucky enough to have-his designs carried out, and the statehouse, with its feeling Dutch name, is not ali that it might have been. Bnt it has merits. There is or was in it the sacred codfish, a palladium that fell from heaven plash into the Frog pond in the days when Boston was an eminent seaport. This codfish was almost human and quite superhuman. It conld wink It had learned to say cultyur.and literature and leftenant, besides the other things that are said in Boston. Thero was a silver bathtub in which it nsed to tipple when the Boston nine got a game. It used to leap into the air whenever Governor Greenhalge appeared with blue knit thinking cap on. It*was; sprinkled with champagne whenever the Ancienl and Honorable Artillery company had a feast. All the thinkers in the legislature revered it It would wag its tail at a good thing and drop dead wbonsv-sr a bore was up. They have been "fixing np" the state- house. Evidently some idiot is in charge. The sacred codfish is not to be included among the treasnres of the restored statehouse. The Law and Order people say it drinks too much. The A. P. A. says it has a Hibernian counte-" nance. All the samo, it was the best in the state. It was the most venerable in- stution there, except Harvard college and George Marden of Lowell. It is gone. It has been torn down. It is nil. So falls the codfish aristocracy. So fades a glory unmistakable. The Grip. An experience with ibis. disease during all its -past epidemics, warrants the bold claim thatDr^ King's New Discovery -will positively cure each and every case if taken in time, and patient takes the ordinary care to avoid exposure. Another'thinghas been" proven, that those who have used Dr. King's New Discovery; escape the many troublesome after results of this disease. By . all means get a bottle and try it. Itis guaranteed and money will be refunded if no good results follow its use. Sold by Lisrer & Sheeder. 4 His Shirt. •'What do you charge to wash a shirt?" inquired the man at tbe counter in the laundry. "What kind of a shirt?" asked the clerk, with his mind ou outing shirts, dress shirts, negligees and the various other possibilities in that line. "A dirty shirt," replied the man, and tlie clerk fell in a faint.—Detroit Free Press. While in Chicago, Mr. Chas. L. Kah- ler, a. prominent merchant df Des Moines Iowa, had quite a serious time of it. He took such a severe cold that he could hardly talk or navigate, hut 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 Tbey 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. tired on Water. Old Lady—Poor man! So you've been living on water for three days. Here's a quarter. Rollingstoncj—Ycs'm. I was workin me way on a cnnalboat —Opelika (Ala.) People's Choice. Tha police census shows the population of New York city to he 1,8S8,780 even without Brooklyn and Staten Island. And Chicago has not even an out lying cow barn that she can annex. — m wi For Sickness Get The Best. Old choi-e win '-- fi*»m Sp'*erV vineyards, Passah;. The rich Port Grape th**- Claret, vin, 1SSK tbe Burgundy and unferinented aro unexcelled for en- l«i*tainmi*nts, family use. and invalids. Ot>' bull"*.*. <>f Speer's is wor'h three* of (.'aliforuia wine. Fr3s Pills. S'lid your iuldres* to H. 'E. "Bnclden & Co Chirngo; nild gwt:if••en sample VioX: of Di*. Kings New f.iTo till-, A tr'at will" convince you o'i|Dlieir me-its. These" pil's; nre esisyinactionn.n&.an' piirticnlurly effective iu the enro nf Jjick ITr nda<-he and Constipation. For Mnluriit and F/iver" troubles; they have b 'i?n : p oveel inval lable. They are guaranteed to be peifectly free from every deterions mbsdiuce ami to he purely Vegetable. They do not weaken by their action but by giving tone to the stomach aud bowels greatly invigorate the-*vRtem. Kegular size 25c per box. Sold by Lister Sf Sheeder 4 Captain Sweeney, TJ, S. A., San Diego Cal., says. "Sbiloh's Catarrh Kemedy is the -first medicine I have ever found that would do me any good. Price 50c. Sold at Lister & Sheeder. 6 Trees! Trees! Trees! Evergreens, both Common and Rare and Choice Varieties, Deciduous Tree§ Ornamental Trees of all kinds* LargeTrees for Park and Street Plan ting, Hedge and Bordering Plants,Fruit Trees and Plants Budding Stockb and Root Grafts, Nut Trees and Ornamental and Flowering Shrubs* Tree Seeds. We have a larger assortment than any other nursery in America. If so send us a list of what you wish to plant and we will quote you lower prices than eTer offered. . When you send the list cut out this advertisement and we will send you by mail, post paid, one small EVEEGBEEN TREE. FREE, or we will send twenty samples of our trees, G to 10 inches high, 5 or 6 sorts, for 35 cents in stamps. "Write at once. The Evergreen Nursery Co. EVERGREEN, WIS. -** etroit eekly ribune f -TO- 75 Cents a Year. Unsurpassed as a Newspaper. Uiirivaledin Popular Interest. ^■oundlv Republican. An Agent wanted in every Township in Michigan, to wh(.m liberal terms Trill "be given. THE TRiBUNE - - Datrol". PALACE STBAM1R3. LOW RATES CLEVELAND. PITTSBURG, ._ BUFFALO and ALL POINTS EAST EVIRV BVBNINO BBTWaiN DETBOIT.#CLEVEUND Connecting with earliest trains at Cleveland for all points East, Sonth and Southwest. Sunday Trips June, July, August and September 0n*| POUM '**"■*'* **■■< W.MK B«TW*«M TOLEDO, DETROIT^ MACKINAC PETOSKEY. THE --SOO,** MARQUETTE, AND DULUTH. Two new steel pissenger steamers have just been built for our Upper Lake Route, costing $300,000 each. Seed ior illustrated pamphlet. Address, A. A. OCHANTZ. a. r. * t. a. DETROIT, MICH. 0 ike DEfmniT 4 aHawo siEjy any. ca Its A Sharp Piifci We have set for ourselves this fall. Every thing portonds a returh. of better times, and we are prepared to take advantage the changed conditions. Merchandise of every description is high and itill adyatiding'. In the face of this fact we are selling goods below last seasons low prices and doing it because we think it good business policy. DRESS GOODS. We shall, as usual, easily lead the Dress Goods procession in Ann Arbor. Whether yon wish a cheap all wool Hohiirietta at 19c of an exclusive pattern dress from^the Paris or Berlin market of high cost and exquisite design" we can supply you CARPETS 'While others are advertising closing out sales of Carpets at phenomenally low prices we are daily selling quantities of carpets at our-regular prices, which in every case are as-low, and in some lower, than their «-fake sales'' figures. Our all wool ingrains at 39 and 48 are wonderful values, while in tapestry and body brassies we have many exclusive patterns and sell them at figures as low as the lowest. E. F. Mills & Co. 20 Main St. Ann Arbor. Just Received, A Large line of Boots and Shoes ^B«w^And more corning. 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. Wo have a New Line of Everything needed for Fall and Winter wear. Underwear forC hildroa.in best, values. We will sell you a good Syrup for 15c per gal. A good Tea dust for 12 1-20 S. T. Fairbank --City Bakery" Wo keep constantly on band, and fresh daily, All kinds of Bakery goods, such as Home made, Vienna, Rye and Graham Bread. Fried Cakes, Cookies, Pies, Jelly Rolls and Layer *Cakes, Wo also make any kind of Cake to order on short notice. m i 1 For the balance of the season we will furnish tho. above article at remarkably low prices, by the gallon, as tho people of Saline never heard of. Call ±03? IPx^o^B. 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, The Baker. Farmers Who Build The Truss. Wire Fence Save money and have (hu best Foiicp Ijiat.can iw nuulu with wjrn, as there is no other fence thai c:in oouipiiro wiili- it f(»i* sli'iMiVlli. durability or beauty. Farm rijrhls'fur •"•ilH.^ir-feiicu built ji■ . ;iiiy tinie by loaving orders at llm 0!V*.i*r.yi'r"()iii>*<-, SalTno. l"rie>;"50..*"."", anil 40 cents per roil. Agents Wanif-il: * F. A. CULLpt, tn'Il|t -^* ARE YO] te if Send Postal Card for illustrated Catalogue of 8 El] WINCHESTER »N/ MODEL IS73 Repeating Repeating Shot Guns -Ammunition -TO— WINCHESTER REPEATMB OSB mMPkWi NEW IIAVEX, CONIS.
|Title||1895-09-26; 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.|