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Milwaukee Daily News, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1879, Milwaukee, Wisconsin it bin know that he was the agent STATEMENT 0F THE CONDITION OF THE NORTHWESTERN OF JARCABT Cash Par BegiBtered 6s of 00 do do i 8s do 00 do do 00 do do 4 do do Onrrency Ry lit Pdu 81 00 4 Bu B J 1st 00 MiL Iron 00 SiL Water 00 Loans on Bond and first lire on nniocum bered Real Bitate in the City of more I ban doable the amount 8per 00 Premiums in course of Interest All other etcnrities and in Bank and on Cash u rtqaired by New York Losses adjusted and All other cHimi kgainst the Net Market 00 00 00 29 850 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 04 3230 00 2 63 78 41 00 42 35 89 79 45 ALFRED JOHN Stockholders The Directors of I be North weiUrn National Inrorance of bare this df j declared a diridrod of teTen per centum upon the capital stock of the payable en the 16th of Jeooarj until and iocloding which dste the transfer books of the Company will be JOHN Dited jnn Mows Your Chance GREAT CLEARING SALE Grand Opera Hous Saturday Matinee and Niglit Milwaukee theatre COMPANY Grandest array of talent ever seen In the BENEDICT Of COTIOWB Minstrel Md the child vpnder Little Idalene Cottaifr And 15 other Great Admlsson to Katinee 25 and 35 Children 15 Night Admission 85 and 25 Reserved seats 76 SKATING Splendid Ice Splendid See AT TUB West Side Skating Flrtfc and Cedar Thursday and Sntur day Admission 25ci Children Ladles admis sion for afternoons ISc Concert afternoons ex Gents Season OO Ladles do S3 OO ChlWren do OO Oomblnatlott M SO BAjVJRSa docisdlm TORRENT An elegant famished with or Tithout at II comer of Oneida large twostory brick bouse Ho 126 Fourth 13 rooms with Til modem in a firstclass tielrh to rent on very reasonable In at m nov3dtf WAKTED borrow at a low rate ol interest for a term of flve AB secn rity a first mortgage will be given on property Tamed at Parties wanting to make the loan can address News jan3dtf to Enow the Antiquar ian Book Store is the place to buy cheap and gooa Books bought and New books in exchange fcr old We now OB hand some rare and curious Water Iraow that from 10 to IS per can be saved by leaving your orders for blank books at the Antiquarian Book Blanx boots printed and bound to First class work guaran Forty years eiperieDce in the Q0lNt practical Antiquarian Book 42 East Water octlOdtf AfJOTlOK Bell Cc 212 and 214 Grand Avenue 8HO E8 AND DRT GOODS Bell will hold their regular trade Bale at auction of shoes and dry poods on commencing at 10 oclock janlOdSt RADICAL CURE For CATARRH herbs Ud bsrks ID thelrcsaentul vnrjr flarons and from erery other tuown re the corns tbe s The proprietors li canal able i lemen of astlanal repetition ley this saS who troub trestment of Cv nwsltedap ho consider spread ho cs in the nlilg expense udpersons Hood nejrs throughout the circles In menroanearawesltnrjreiitleminofto gjlllrencp endreflneraeat fve my We to BulWs you ms feel sssnred tust It article of great and worthy to Declined among the suBdua mMlcalsneclnca of the ITITE benefit I derlre fromluj dairynse Ittome or Firoo eared me after tvclre of nnlnter ropted T FOLLOWED directions to the letter and T HATE recommended It to a number ofay Jt all of Thorn hare expressed to tan gelr esUmste of lu wine suit good egsctii Wltn zg nmt usingtwo I find rajielf uently I have since recofemendell Mo BAUOOX TJTTB hare Kid Surrosaa Ctmr for TI nearly one yteraad can aay cindldlr east trenerersold ailmllarnreparatlon thatiraTeaacll nnlTensl Wotkrcyc tolsarnof the ant BALDWIN rpHE ran effected In my caic hySurrorDoEiOT Cuxx wss so remackaolo Chat It of the nsnal remedies that It no therefore made affidarlt to before 6eUl Justice of tho Eseh package of Santordi Improved eat full directions for 1U me ID all VUtt Santordi Improved InliallDgTnfc fnlt direction for 1U me ID all Forsale by all wholesale and retail drnffjritfs a WFEK3 A Gf Afieota Ule VOLTAIC PIASTER An ElectroOalTttnlc Battery vrltt a hlgblT MtMllcated StrenetlienJnft forming the best Flaftterior p and acbefl in the World of A aOrlBID wot of TA1C It hu brcn of trrcvt bcnuTi In rednclnp a Icfx Ibat twonij of the Spleen and prononncfdlt an Orartan li JIHKV oted ymjrll Cud and 1 yon weald woa me another docen of roar COULbJS1 VOLTAIC the TOU will BCO Uiat 1 can doBomcthlngnobtHpoUien ftomc way even If I tun not able to bv Qp and Tbcrc are a limaher who hare trtca your Blasters vbo hadglrcn rmi all plutrn were gtod for with ma that they mif they bare ever I sot along thw trlotcr htttrr than I before jn Wished coslu have iicanToOoar pluten LARETTA CEOSi March SO call forCOLLtXSTOLTAtCI TSS you get worthless Jmlimtlon Sol by ail and Itctatl PrueetstJ tt the Fnltcx aort by MAJDU Overcoats and turns OTfrcoats and Uletere at Toutcs O and Ulstere at Boys OvercoKts nd Ulsters at Childrens Overcoats and Uletors at All winter clothing at DRT GOODS THE STIR OF THE SEISON Per Annual Contention ol ho Waincn Snf i A Delegation of Indian Territory Wait Upon the and Have aTali The Discussion Befbfa the Home tee of the TJuty on The Alarming Illness of Representative Bchleicher Funeral Eerrices lin the SHouse of Etc T It hardly possible that Representative Schlelcher can last many typhoid fever hav Inp appeared together with Indian Charles principal chief of the Cherokee delegates Samuel Adair and Downing of the Cherokee Nation Porter and Hodges of the and Overton of the called on the President Chief Thompson and Porter made brief that their people are In a prosperous and were opposed to the transfer of the In dians to the Wai The President replied that he glad to hear that tho Indians of the Indian Territory doing BO and wished that they would continue to pros per and cultivate the arts and and advance In various branches of He said the points presented by the delegation were now being considered by the Govern and thntso far as he was dj all he could to have the views and wishes of the Indiana carried Abode he would sec that tho treaties with tho Indians should be faithfully ifecrved bv the The Cbineee The Huuse Committee on Education ami Labor today nuthnrlzeii Representa tive Willis of Kentucky to report tomir row bill agreed upon a committee providing that not more than Chinese shall be admitted to this country on any one with a request that the House specially assign the earliest day for Its committee also changed the bill so AS to provide for the date Into effect be the first o next The eleventh annual convention of ihe woman suffrage association astern bled Many ndles promujeit In the advocacy of female suffrage were on the platform but the audience was small Addresses were a pnper was read and a committee cf three appointed ti wait on the president and Inform him that there were twenty million women in the Tnited he having Ignored that fact In his recent and that ifsoud be wise to make some mention of them in future no I Th nominated Nelson Sherman pastmuter at FOH 103 to 10 Wisconsin Sell ing Out NOKcPARIEL f Louis WHITE Winter Wheat FLOUR A better article than the Patents sold For sale at DIXONS CAHD GROCtERV Great Inducements Offered To those to purchase elothlnp tor We hare a tremendous stock of desirable whjteh we are determined to close TegaixUesK of NO ONE NEED SUFKR OF COLD they can clothing at onr We sell first olaes goods for tnafi what is asked for shoddy and Upon Their Mmgnificeat FtocK O At and Below In order to transfer their retail Ev ery article has been Harked Domi Tbe iale bas begun and will eootimw until stock is greatly 282 and 2g4 West Water 1 Ihe Largest In tbe Citr Goods delivered to all railway depots and parts of the city Call or send tor complete Price oct20 wtf Goo marked In plaJn and positively only one Ladles and Childrens Below Ladles and Gents Merino Below Laces and Dress Below Immense Stock of Hamburg At Half Gente Furnishing At Orwtlr Betand Diagonal Cloth s Below ind the balance of OIK ttookiauoh Wow tin People that inre oMh Swill ncd tale an Bltraordlnurt OpportoultT to TTVISTrllCT CO0BT OF THE STATED V tor the Extern District of i In the matter of Edward bank in In laid on the 9th toy oJ D Eastern District of Take notiMj that a petition hoi been DIM eonrt br Edward of the city of laid duly declared a oanKmpt under ttie aot of of March 9 lor a discharge and certificate trom all his debts and other claims prov able under said and that 3d day of at 10 oclock a is as signed for tho bearing of the same when and Where yon may attend and show U any yon wny the prayer of said petiaoo should not be BDWABJ JTDBTZ QerK of District Court fir said Jan largt mini ber of petitions wenpresented and many bills granting f Ic answpy to R of logalls stated that he proposed tn call nis bill up soon as tho bill to amend thf patent laws is disposed Bayard moved that whv thn Senate aJiourn it he to infd on Slonda Rejected by a rising vote yeas nays A message was received the Houne announcing funeral of tne late Hartrldge of Geor would take plare in the Hall of tbe House at 3 and inviting tbe Sen ate to A ac ceptlng the invitation was afrreed to Beck vailed up his resolution of the 7th referring to the committee of finance th answer of tbe secretary of tbe treasury to the resolution of relative tc the amount of stiver coin received in payment of cuotom dues and Its dlspo criticised the answer of Dec and said speclo resumption had been reached by the ruin of hundreds o thousands of the beet rriei of the All he was seeking to do was to require th secretaiy to use silver coin as he does eold coin in the payment of and forbids him increasing the bonded debt of the The secretary had not answered the resolution as a public offi cer well knew that he had not paid a dollar of silver coin astetereet on the public Sec retary tsberman as the autocrat of the treasury and said It was true as Bismarck said Ho who holds the money bags controls tbe politics of the Congress onght to see to it that the laws are ttse In the Interests of the He quoted from tbe answer jot the secretary and spoke nf some Of it as He showed scant respect for the Senate and none for The sec retory was trustee ard agfint jof people and not or the of the He had no right tin allow the bondholders ta say in what coin they would take their Beck then argued that the secretary had in quot id at some length fnutt speech Secretary Sherman when a member of tbe s jnato to show bo advocated the punii hment of public oflloere falling to exec1 ite Th 6 resolution referring the answer to the l inance committee then and the b 111 to amend the patent laws was taken reported back meats the Indian appropriation and javelBotfce tbat he would call It up to norrpw for and Aadleigh poke in favor At the conclusion if his remarks the Senate went into aecutive session and when the doors fere reopened tools a recess until 3 Upon tao ay VicePresident Wheeler and Secretary proceeded to the House to ttend the funeral of the late Kepresent tlvu Hartridge of Upon returning to the Thurman eneWed his motion of this morning to djourt over until The Senate Ben o djournea until The desk of the late Julian Hartridge i and upon it a handsome asket of A resolution WAS that funeral services be held In be hfljl at 3 oclock and Inviting ho The galleries were crowded when the Housft assembled after At three cloca the Senators preceded ytheJVlcoPresident and tire Secretary f the and took seats In tho body f thoj The Supreme Court next the Judges clad In their robes f and tooS the seats provided for iem In front of the Speakers desk to tho President and Cabinet were eit taking to debt f the Speakers The Committee f AT angeinenta proceeded t le main all present etand The body of the late representative enclose d in a handsome adcrned ith wieathsand crosses of was hen brne to the catafalque in front f the ipeakerB religious ervlce s the Ud of cofOn was removed id me nbers approached and took a last glance ttbe features or the asket Was then out of thfl rwell Dy the President ami ae supreme senate and the rforla The speaker accom anied the funeral rortege to thfl depot nd on his the Boiree iesof progre8it Or ihe Army In Army Victorious in n Great Bjittl The Pope Cals Upon Bishops Combat Socialism and Kin dred to The Bey of Tunis Yields to the Per suasive Eloquanca of French Gunboats and Will Make an Apology Alarming Spread of the Plague Liabilities of tlxe Corniah Financial Etc Bus STATE LEHISLiTVRE Neb Oovernor hinco knd the new State officers wre n stalled The Inaugural messige tales tnat general prosperity prevails In Jin the nate Archer intnxluced a reso ution frequenting Representatives Cokigresa to appropriate money to mprovej the Missalasippi river and build a ship 1 canal across the peninsula of sentativ arly i pen By reciting that the Post has been three times and Illinois Repre is to urge Congress to appro popes letter Is it upon to combat communism and by pcetujliUnr the principles of the chunb tulegraui from Calcutta Un Tuesday General Undine hostile tribeo collected i in numbers them wiVh threo small columns ajid wua com pletely Forty troopa nf the f unjauh cavalry charged a mass killing three Skirmishers of the Tenth HuaKara the enemy from Bruuen hundred a fjujuitity of and a large number of caul were cap British loss The vlitory Itt expected to have a grean mora drnnl Grant i tngUHst nf the American minister last MijrtH fcie expects to trxiav j for 9 in the Bank i of England increased during past The proportion of ffte Bank wf England pMrve to luibility la per i cent Bullion into the BanK f England on IABIS In the Bank of France rnawil the Fleocb Meant jeats 1 In t caused hy urinating and will bfilled on th a i wtHijcnwn Pail rassagnac Ptand fnr ynijnsr men haurut quitted to avoid have been each sentenced j default tn pay a line of marks i or two davw to the seizure of their property I tlv of the Parian for Ihr Fan The editor m the La who a that a vtll knwn senator jf tne Laft had oipelled from a rljh in Foboure for vheutinf at has to pavallneof and just made the match a I self and Thai bulls without compltshed beforo tebb Efted IHE COBB MDfDl murder trial sho knew Bishop a yen ills wlte rnd school girl and Bishop WITH Int Bishop supplied th fumilies with giMOorlus oji0 recessarv for m to several times a day Flli always her huslj Jantiary so he could no Utcnd Iobb used In bt i his Blshnp ofTonil to fiintljj but 1 Ono day Bishop enough for a drawing that lor Charliti tho She complaincil that it was vi explained and he salil aay mono of that tear Cybb died Bishop Cc bb were BOB AfterwartiH she him thingtie ijiil Bishop h ooon he had a ttio c In iiwakimetl he aij to called for Hu gavo him PadiN Ha eallfid for gave him that itotor arjt4 bepan rub lonkod up ajil said JBtt thn ftWht this wont died bforo tho doctor witness broke down und for some time on Unco in April UpHiop a bottro of M th ho Later she askef Tt Borne light lijpjtea Q iig uno fi iiml tllo Governnrs message was not The eglslatiire met In joint convention today and elettpd a republican state At Andrews was escorted Lo the cipital axd installed as His message opens with omrratulatlons upon sfecL1 resinnptlon and hope of return of The governor favors allowing property holders to vote tm questions afftlcting pnperty 8x mes sage of I Governor Pillsbury was read to the legislature The part relstlnu to thfl state finances shows receipts for tbv yifar Disbursements Balance In subject to credits of mak ing actbai deficit of Floating debt amounts The mes sage reiommetura caution In appropria tions fir the ensuing Statistics show tne number of farms nearly doubled since and Pales at land offices ijaore than jthose of last Three hundred and miles of was built in 1578J and traffic and earnings of roids show large The new office of public examiner has work ed l SpeaKing ol national affairs congratulates the country upon resumption and regrets the condition of the Sojuth as exhibited in the late electIon Legislature opened today with the usual lerred to brought suit ant lijom betia v Thcrorniob Rank The liabilities f he furnish bonlr an bemir much lese thar The in Cornwall is and othei consldrably teireased Vtrld Jan Frani an nounces that the Bey of Tunis yielded today on all the points and mukr an apology with erent pomp to the French An Into affair TTNDERTAKERS OODHTY OOOBT IN BEO Btato of Milwaukee In tbe matter of tbe astateof g OnthlsStbdaTof Iblen 372 East Water Wator street and 489 Eleventh Chicago and Northwestern Railroad Company began last iniriht the system of sending b wire to eachstation of the numerous doily weather that in the evenl of hpprdachlng storms or excessive cold the company may be enabled to guard against possible loss to perisha ble while in This im portanti Innovation ta expected to be of considerable advantage to Some o theroads running from Chicago into lartre agricultural arc dis cussingUie question of displaying storm signals in their trains for the informa tion ot that they may save their and the thiee Tunisian unrtionarles designated by will be dm I Kaon Storm Jan ation In all part of France is ei br especially In Midland trains an bloclteii and all tidings of some of them tivltes hero have been Interrupted b a grert snow Houses were roofed by the Thr Planar has reached the grvernin6nt of Ertra At Naratzin 173 deaths The mortality is estimated at ten per of the Petersburg newspapers propose that nurbes au4 at tendants of the Bed Cross society should volunteer for The Consntt Iron Works the largest makers of ship plates In employing MOO to hands and owning nine owing to the dullness of been obliged to temporarily suspend work at most of their mills and forges and discharge 300 The General RosgouetT rites to General ftaufTmaniH hat ho has arrived at MozartShirif ith the Ameer who persists In proceed g to ATTORNEYS petition otJIUw stating tbat said Mary tho city at of county of died Intestate on or about tbe fifth day oJ San ilfred ui and lor aaidviW county of admuils aatorol tbat said appiloatton be tosrd this at iti nan a regular teijn to neld tm the flrmt Tuesday of ornaoontbewsJtarai the same can be reached tlbafflmthal BlenwayMaxon Office msln corner of and of And ttli tbat noUoe at said to the TpaOy mjiewipsipeT printed in tefajfllMiarlngr 2rtta the Holiday trad I fallUiie of Ontl Puffs and Bvitehes at cost 3boloe auortmeat of Combe and Onucmenti in Bhelt Sliver and New style bsg Hair leweliy made to i gflX Wlsooneln strest olotbs clean colored and Ladles dresses alpacaAlso leatb Brsandgknresoloaned and colored in the latest cleaned and colored wttbaat tor JOHN Water leeVtwo doors north of the Cpern creased tho interest bearing debt of the United States Tljis was not a very flattering when busi ness of all kinds was so Un less the secretary could show some law authorizing him to divert silver coin from the purpose for which iwas in he was guilty of official ijiiseon In a short time the finance com mitten vould be controlled by new men and then it would bo seen whether the secretary ot the treasury could vio late the law as he pfflcere sdonld be made to obey the Half the deficiency bills annually before con gress arose from disregard of the law He argued that there had been a con traction ot currency that the last report o the treasurer showed legal j tender notes ot denomination from one to fifty dollars in circulation on the 30th of June last were below the outstanding upon that date hi and the notes were than were In circulation in Now it was the purpose of the secretary fosue argo and further currency by substituting them fcjr email thought It doubtful hat even half the outstanding legal ten der were now In If he secretary should be allowed jto con vert smaller notes into larger and not issue silver tbe people woulc soon have no currency except that which he banks had fought as hard as any one to legal tenders recelvablfl tor customs He had a bill sow before the finance committee for tha It should be reported f hrithon and As much as hi favored that measure he would not the receive those ittotes in of as he was noijj doing The notes should be received in accord with and not in plain violation o He wanted such meaauresi would compel tbe secretary Jot th treasury to cany out the existing law 5 crops from ravages of the Jam wDu failed some time ago and was subsequently was today luraigned before the criminal court op a charge of embezzling some Defense that the money on deposit ceased to be the property ot depositors and became the iropert y ot defendant and ho ould not embezzle his own The roseciftlon attenipted to prove by de Kisltorfa that they had placed money In its when 4udge Alayer ruled that Oder i n act of the assembly of be evii If nee of depositors could not be admltti The court then ordered the use iolle prosed and Taylor was Asi Bosi January the ookkc eper and quondam partner o the bankrupt boot and shoe deal now in is secreted by the detec keep him away from Paigei frlandi Stetson acknowledges that he snd Paige burned the firms books one hat be otherwise assisted Paige in his but did so without m building occupied by the Cleveland Hotu Explosive Lamp and as storehbate of the Ohio Wooden Ware Manufacturing was partially destroyed by fire last toss on bui dicg and to 000 f lily covered by Tbe Trlirr CammllSn NEW the meeting E the TUler of testified that he U a but was a candidate on the ndepcndent ticket at the last aw no outrages committed saw a body t 15 armed men at tho polls election under Harboio deouty hinks Intimidation frightened the egroes so much stayed away frtitn lie and if tbe negroes haJ voted ley would have had a majority of the close ot the election be demanded count of the vcte at poll but t was refused and the band if armed men took the box to Joseph of testified ne was me of the posse of the the regis ter summoned to disperse the negroes whom it was rumored were massing at oss place for tho purpose ot attacking The register bad about 40 armed men on the We heard that ihe aegrocs had mossed and that firing lad commenced botween them advance guard of two Order was then given to advance and The 3ring was down In the direction of where tbe negroes were supposed to be The negroes were in their nnd when we fired one valley they dispersed Two or three negroes were wounded dont tbfnk any were killed Biihop asked whow l She said He sail j he ilrought the used It madfrhircs April accidentally t box Charlie nut at HB took the p into the tiro and added told not tr meddle In conversation he for people qotnel talked about hand mirror from Bisho it was a present tilt her h pav the oil no then said it was a token While inT roy she wroto enclosing some i pearl on Lhaiinciv pena present promised In Bishop never at any Onn promised fo huv Bishop and did sn in his Bishop made raro social d iMrn1 IT alter his wifi seriously if divorce oc Ud s jestingly with Mrs never bought avlnjioisttHd a Sho denieJ all ments reganling her at except In om went there to get a Neither on this any Sjficf did she have any crtrnlnajjUJjjntero 1 The breast pen and J her byBlalnp with her h I herausH sho n l attcr his wife denied the other dotuil presents and criminal iut Tie plffc she bought and had 3 her nushand always callc once took it awuy from his The room he had 1 on his fhmd wifo3 furnished at tho timi occurred and his statera She also deuled that silo with Bishop to poison oetn Since llrst I kne nine nhe sent ti It was a somewhat joct previous converaatioa Bishop and Sh words love7 to poem Beyond the Brlgfifijcbudj s to Bishop deot put no marks on Oi poems were sent to him deaih In h similar way fepre Most ol the othc either failed t to D iTossexaininntion shn tpttate former diclaratlon that a been unfaithful in an When Ills ni New Bishop wai meals with Clmi could do as she pleased and ho was sa never ask another favo time he angry because Charlie did uot When she come home t not kiss only hniidl One night Uishi stayed an hour at her came tn see if his i op and wife were wil but he did not Never rode out with once sent Cobb a con ate some of them and Cross examination wSsJ Ing and was drecteil minor of e continued toldi he in Montana 27th of a maif Casey left for Sun Rive for Fort Not hall way to Bed and a bliadinjj snow stoij the it was sup Search was and i Casey waj found seated 1 tho horse was drawing about twenty miles no During all wandered5 on the pralria icketiujj his horse afl Hla foot yrerel elieved not oso hla Tho lassed his lips were fob he thermometer durlcg being below en QQlilWOuld other band with He arch rthc 11 bo the riven med a rnifl cart of jcamp nst rtjtoi along out tifrla ft III that time of theprfess today took actlori befltUnft toe death 6 Morton UcClura and F were among the r NEW BoRardus concluded attempt to break glass balls out of this a QUmores Ha was also matched aealost Abo of giving him 200 broken balls Up to Wednesday Bogardna balls without a and Klelnman flred at 400 and missed Tonight Bogardua broke baits without ai but his shoulder got sore and his hand swollen and tired from great he com menced to shoot and at the end of shots ha hadmfased 13 ballsHe broke balls In Klelnman then commended and missed T balls pat of WO with six Committ 9 the committee western railroads was5 A statement was made i in effect obd would be an animated discussion submit the election Presidents Tanderbilt and Qarratt ot the nolntment to bo ma Export business was i the object being freight the wost feldl ittbeJj Etlnu arb RJeweij ijltaata Wlthoat conclusion mlttee adjourned until I 9 wife arid two were frozen Point oa the night of onte t otlu l A hlesaing to hu Bulls Conah Syrup for It baa done more any
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