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   Milwaukee Daily News, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1879, Milwaukee, Wisconsin                                XXX1L MILWAUKEE i THE ntJEETIlVG OF DEMOTBATIC Tbe BceommcBdntioni be Iteporlrd lo B Jwinl DcinocrBltr Gnncn Elrrtion Com in tbe A FINAL March two c ommlltecs appointed last week by the democratic caucuses of the house and Benate another joint meeting this aftornoot and reached a agreement coucermpg botli the general nature and precise form of thair recommendations for political legislation duil ng the pres ent They will recommend that the repeal of the law authorizing the presence of troops at the polls be ef fected by incorporating in the army ap propriation bill a copy of vhe clause agreed to 1 iy the house f representa tives last that the jurors test be llkevrisH Bimply abolished 1V the insertion of a repcaiinp clause in the and judicial appro priation and that tbe provisoes then by the house in the same bil1 amendatory of tbe law in re gard lv the mudc of impanelling jurorf ire substantially rpadnpud bv ttie domi njftit this In addition Ui the two lai namcii clauses be recommended for inrorpur the legislative executive and judicial appropriation bill i immediately follovrtnfr tbe appropriation far of i a sorieiof clauses the effect of If will the repeal of the existing authority for the appoint ment of Chief supervisors and deputv rnmshals Eir and to tne and power of the twn su pervisors of whose ap pointment the present manner wiii continue to be to tliosruf fhallenpers It will provided that Ujese fupervisnrs muet be residents and duly qualified voters inthe precincts wtere they are to The jurisdiction ol the fedfrai 1 courts to punisli such frauds in elections for reprPbentaUves to as may be reported by supervisor or other citi is ndt ti be Interfered with nor will a caucus be advised disturb in any manner tlj existing law known as the relative to suflragre and other civil Thf recommend ations above win lifreported h jiict deraocratu members of th Two houses A separate caucus of democratic senators wiil probably be LoH tomorrow after noon aftei EUI early tidinurnment of tne Senators Lamar and who were absent on participated in today s joint meeting of caucus SenaVir presid ed Thurraajj iiimc detaiued a aged womana resident of Crose was in the city to see the to obtain a tiardon for her The old lady did not see his excellency butlshe leU ber matter In the hands of a friend who promised to do all he possibly could In The girl writes excellent letters to her WISCONSIN BlPRESIK Dipved of Ap in the of Ccttrill va Cramer March Court Cpham and Lakid were admitted as at Bokrr State cause ordered to be Nightingale Barens motion to vacatp continuance OPINIONS ET BY Supervisors of Brown County Var estralen motion for rehearing denied with S2S Dodge Williams judgment of court so far modified as to allow costs of both parties In this court and in the court below tu be paid out of the trust otherwise the motion for a rehearing is Porter State demurrer to com plaint sustained Wheeler Kaust judgment reversed and remanded fora new Watikins Brant judgment reversed and remanded for judgment according to this Lottnll Cramer appeal oMXIOXS BV vs judgment 1alirier vs order reversed and with directions to grant th Butler vs Butler A judg ment OriXlONS SY judgment reversed and remanded for further pro ceedings In accordance with Goldstein vs A Co or der aflirnjed Kneeland Van Yalkenburg order Transportation Company judgment ormOXS KY Gibson Gibson order affirmed Kran C bame same BBITEWED FLOODS IK The Water Again Biaing In ike Innn dMed of fcrd ed Threaten ed With Terrible Again Ele Williams Williams judpment sud retnaoded for a new March water at SzeR edln it again If the rise contin ues there will be little obanceo of saving the few remaining TBBEATENBD Tittel will eoareely escape a terrible The water is breaking over the The soldiers and laborers strengthening them are Other places are March is not a sin gle boat at and great loss of life Is certain if the flood March floods in Hungary nave covered acres of which had already been and the llres of people are endan March 25 De Cassagnao justifies his vote favoring the return of the chambers to Paris on the ground that the return will bo a deliberate act of sui cide on the part of the March The porte against the system atic expulilon of Mohamhiedans from Eastern HAJ1D Twentynine thousand spindlers and weavers send a deputation to to represent to the government thtl desti tution in consequence of the reduction of and in some the complete stoppage of AFOHAN March 25 Tytler ycsteraay defeated three thousand of the enemy near The eootny lost The British loss was The Bengal Lances made a brilliant TRYING TO March Vatican has submitted proposals for a settlement of Ward judgment the Kulturkampt question bawd on the vs Tabbert judgment reversed and remanded for a new SietUer Chicago and Northwestern company judgment ard remanded for a new OIIMCtXS T1Y advice of a German ecclesiastic of mod erate views Marcn In the house of the Marquis u Salisbury said If the treaty of lierlin was not iomptted Falibanks judgment re and the sultai thought Lie of the British m the Sea of Marmora and the Black sea would tend lo secure the sullan was authorized to ask tor assistance from his but the British government did not contemplate any tjcb COMTLETE I A submarine cable will be laid to South uru Senator Wallace ha1 a ru of lalttbe Teiier fur u work examining tieorge C toe rirretan ol the versed reruanded for a new Kiewnrt School district 1 Hayne Alien stale judgment In Ui matter of the application of ci B for a writ of cause submitted to abide the fcvent of eight state In the matter of tinappiicaUou of Eldred for a writ j Xo eifrht state calendar artruea by VVri aud J Casso day andby Bld for tne a jiiM iommntee If of promoting decianiii uii SENATE t Iavis intra a sptciai the connecting with the whole east ern system of eitendmg to and iCTQKIA The left Today the conti j I In the House of Lords tonight Lord I of ernsure In regard 1E greatest to the Zulu war was rejected to known in this the j rarliainent adjourns murder of the a year 4RO Uitj rriti L Y u taken air rrM spollif at depncauup i emphaU of anil savine tti iinminaiit pnwrr tn effii a simple Mjjd be orily by k chiriiire of of QiI Vtited the three tiertn Beit Hii as a tanHe hat thrnwn f and decent ihroai that h Hoc that had j the wtol mattei Hoars itlii and vnte flarrir unc r A Tlif tiirtiiitH tn a farTv BI1 undvr Sw Hampstiin r matter i out at iDea to the Patrick Siijith and o on Tvh hanirert t day at biu 1 wo a IIH dfr of r four were iircb i uf colored wo las bv a colored exists here At about tbe repoi ufa pun was heard in Ihe west part of tLis and it was soon i knowu tbat H womajj had been murdered a necro Crowds of people Immedij uutv niKked Ui the house o a man nam ed where was the lifeless form of a woman but years of lying outside the house on the with the left side nf hei bead entirely olown Her narne was Emma j the lute wife of ieoipe a neirr years The couple hau rfreiitiy lived in this antii ainiut two weekfc i sine whirb time they have resided in ire Tney had quanelled of iiud left bycamore She atlie u and with triri named Vinaus was alone at c residence when Alexander ar eveniriir Tbe Vi U about of Infnrmii ALiandi when he tliht e hit wanted Tbe of hi nrw and left as M a few Le again i his wife t ster which 6he ajid IL minute afterward botli Tbarreis nf Alexanders pun were rlath Tlie gun I barrel being literally torn to j l nurge froni the otnei did rt passed through the i of stray shct sirin K anc krd down the little cirl the outislde of the build blood pieces of a horrible at fvuce and aa in doubt bv whom the was they rcn i dereii a MTdii that it was done by Geniit Aievandei The fihprtff has been i aud the iifTeDiler will BOOU be captured WITH MI Nrw Hanh seamen am veil frnm Hio with tiemuidei of n 00 LI Aliuch KatBaa 1ruttTthe detaultiup bank is held in and and was accompanied by heryoungest 9 years of The flrstlntlmatlon had of his wlfss infidelity was the receiving of a letter postmarked stating ehe had left him as she found one whom she lored bettertlmn Beck had boarded with Dedrtokson for a thus winning by his smooth FOREIGN SRAI1V Weekly Report if the March Mark Lane Express says Offerings of home grown wheat at Mark Lane has been dry lots found buyers at last weeks but the increased strength of trade recently reported has been with difficulty Indeed for the moment the upward tendincy of prices recejyod a decided In second dry qualities there has been little cr no The weeks importations of foreign wheatln to London were again laat Mondays list showing the arrival of 000 while tbe subsequent sup plyup to tTiday did not exceed The requirements of the country been very and as lav Int tiirl A jury wi thT t nitfd Tun MarA yupretnf1 lodpj of the ancient order of united approved cxf the pro position separate beneficial juris dictions H tbpy see lit to exer cise of Creating relief ur sinking provioiup U does not conflict wiUi tbe collection disbursement of bene ficiary enrollment re ported to the supreme iodge shows tlje order now has a strength uf The supreme lodge adopted as an emblem of the anchor and shield and rays of the sun and abolished the collar and aprons as aud In stead provfded for suitable badfffts to be wira on tilt left March The owners of the taiubus trotter have sent acballencd to tne Spirit of the T expresslnpa vJlUlnfrness to trot Protelne againet Bonesetter for either five or ten dollars a mile best three in If tie challenge is accepted the race vrlll rirobably take place over the mrk course some time about the middle ol J uly THE WiititMit lo be ConvtrDcled Ibr March of undoubted reliability IB to tbe effect that Vauderljilts tunnel fortbe Canada Southern under the Detroit river at Grusse IB now a fixed Work will be commenced April and the when will cost The plans have beea fully approved by The tunnel will extend from Stoney Island to An a distance of and will a double track and dou each of tbe latter eight een feet high and fifteen feet he diversion of through traffic to a oiut below and outside this city Is deeply regretted by business but not regarded as a heavy blow to the citys prowth and The worst effect Is that the railroad focus of all lines now In existence or to be built hereafter will be ten miles below the when it might just as well have been n the Mhof April over tne Easter FIN AX l 1AU The rise in feiUer yesterday t Austrian pun Heavy lusses prevent the Oriental batik paylnc a further divi dend for Tbv Kibses absorb nearly he whole reservr iiiuiin family deny his ATTEiirTEl Marili This af as Gen Vuu chief of tbe driving along Neuva a on horsebaek lired twice into his rarriage The General was hurtThe wuuidbe assaesin then rode a fhort and leaving tbe horse TO F Marcii A Turk ifcb manofwar has urtieretl in readtiess Marcti j In the fhnmber of Minister for a eredlt of Ui defray the travelias expenses nf amnestied J be municipality decided to maintain its francs the radical cofljrmltte for relief of MTKHTAH KASHA March Daily Graphs currespondent says in tetliirenc hith from Janina that Mukhtar tins quitted Turkey will Tjike the neceHSanmeas ures lor the defence of Epirus and Tliew Mukhtar Pasha has aekel men apd 100 cannons for fnrtiDation of various frontiw h Upwards of 100 arrests have been mftde m Moscow in ronsequenee nf tbe assassination of a government March council of the chamber of commeree a res olution In favor of Inter national agreement for the remonetization of UEKMANYS roijry William In his replies to congratulations held on his laid ppecial stress OD his continue a pacific March Marshal Maoteutfel Is mentioned as protiable ernor of Alsace or at any rate un willing to foi low an advance in last weefcs Im provement has been As regards rarities the leaning feature of The present season Is the unusually low point to which maize hoe fal and In spite of reduced prices maintained for the moment there baa been no sign of a revised consumption Is still far below the aver Barley has been There hag been little inquiry either for malt ing or Oats have been de pressed notwithstanding the moderate supplies and concessions have boon willingly Sales of English whea t last at 40s against quarters at 48s corresponding period the previous Imports into tbe United Kingdom week ending JIarch were hundred weights ol wheat hundred weights of lie lto ANN March 2i The discovery has just been made that for a number of yearo Georpe proprietor of a barber shop and bath rooms on Main has stealing Ras from the he had tapped tbe supply pipe under the sidewalk ID front of nis and by a netvork of pipes and rubber tubing conveyed the gas to tbe boiler In the and also lo rooms which were heaud The UTSS ni tbe gas company is not very Ill Marih U has arranged to entertain the Uexlcan at a diuner at the Queen Citv Club but WAS unable to be present and is confined to his rooms at the Grand HoU1 with an otLoik of pneu His suddtn illness is not con sidered Tbr OliverCameron March feature of OliverCameron case was the testimony of several witnesses quitnttd with Camerons handwriting to efTeet that some of the letters Oliver claims were writun by Cam eron were March 4 Storms Iiiacco and cipar burned Loss The loss of other cxeupanta make the total over Gentle Who want luxuriant and trary tresses of beantifDl Hair most nso This article always makes the Hair grow freely nnd keeps it from falling arrests and cares gray removes dandruff and makes tho Hair giving it a curling tendency ana keeping it in any desired Beau healthy Hair is tbe sore result of using leblSJeoly t o n t r m NOTICE TO iQt board of la railroad w Marcb pros ilirwtTs thp rennsvlvaii re reiltvttd r March Keports in railroad cltScieB are that there will prob ably be a iut In passenger rates a day or It is charged that the Wabash has been playing commissions to scalp ers two itnontne past and other roads particularly it is said will In augurate ww unless Wabash with draws the tickets in scalpers Madlsott Democrat Some time in the year grid working at the Tilas House vaJ3 accused of purloining goodd frpz tie The fact the things were In her She seat to Cheschool of correction at for two A les ago the girls t ELEVATED Marjh tbe colli lon on the New York railroad t 42nd caesed by a misplaced four persoBB were among them the wife of Professor who had his collar A SPEA1KED March dispatch says John master Hannibal and oseph formerly mastermechan c of Wabash at Fort died today of servous prostratloi Mtooh special from Tacson says a letter dttled 23rd says tbe revo lution seems to be at an Iwo cour iers arrived today from Magdalena with a cornmunlcation from AltimariQe directed to the municipal president o advising him of thedisbanding of the forces under Miriscal and tha peaceful recognition of theSernagov Another courier arrived late from Palma with a communfoatlon from Serna to notifying him that on the following cUy Serna would enter HermoslUs with COO nation ale andiSOO volunteer Thetedera forces raided Serna which proves that President Diaz favored Sernas revolu Uon against the Idwful government o caused by intense pain from a sprainei LITTLE March democratic city convention toda nominated Johrr Fletcher for mayor police and J Hudson tor EW March tour S3 republicans and fuploulsts and were electei delegates to the constitutional conven She March city Uib was thrown into state of great exulU menc yesterday upon tha annooqceaMit on the streets of the elopment ot lira wife ot Dedrickson manager of the Forest City with Bradford a brother an portrait a widower with on On Thursday last le byher husband at triB plenty ot cash as was to Tislt her sister 1 She was furolsbed vrtti E ITK TbiCourt of decides that NPH York roust pay of tne moiify needed to cnnpWtthe Brooklyn Thf Iowa 6 ABSocla tion will a tournament at Marshall ilav for three Henry rf and Jiotnrt of are ap pointed the board of Last Baliiday night of Union administered jus Uce to a nrfrro This thing of prompt justice is what This oegro finnd raviahfd a little vshite girl aged and attempted to flee the wrath to The pooole left him dankHot In the Jerry a nejrrv of as tin othcf day foi a roost ry drvll himself ems to he In of the south Knoj a at Is to be eiecutrd neit ir the brutal murder nf an other negro nd his while in bed This uruer was one of the most brutal nown to the history of the but In 16 family of Peter of lead iu the Inlted tales court of having In bar pos a plate for making counterfeit hue gave bail and released a await her A welltodo German by tbe name of aoob of Ken quarreled with biswlfe while In Monday When wife got of her husband Qred several hots from a pistol at but she suc eeded in then Obcrnesser at to shoot himself with better He shot one of his eyes Information comes from Nashville hat n negro by the name of las murdered an other negro by the iame of Stones boy was found lorrlbly mangled In the Cumberland Elv It Is a pity for the bloody party hat this Overetud Is not a wWto What sensation It would make If he Tbe city of Is excited over a runaway In this instance t le AiiguHt Uereckson concluded sue would rather live with her bus lands partner than with conse BOARD or ITBLir March Sealed proposals will be received at this office until April at10 oclock M for doing the un finished work on the streets alleys and nuisance lot below named In with plans and specifications on file In this EH1HTH Alley through block Walkers Point addition from Third fti Fourth nvemie in Eighth ward to be graded to the es tablished The work must bo completed n or be fore the 1st clay of I a Bonds to accompany bids will b9 re quired in tho penal sum of Alley in block Walkers Point ad dition from Mineral to Washington Eighth be graded to tie 06tiblishoa grade and The work must bo completed on or be fore theflrst day of Bonds to accompany bids will be re quired in the penal sum of Alley In block Walkers Point addi from Secund to Third avenue in the Eighth to be graied t the estab lished grade and The work must be on or be fore the first day of Bonds to accompany bids will ho quired in the penal sum of Alleys in block Quentin8 subdi vision In the Eighth ward to be graded so as to abate the Work U be done In ninety days fnm date of Bonds to accompanv required in the penal sum of Pierce from Eleventh TwentyBecond Elgtn street and sidewalks to be graded to the stabllshed the roadway to tho sidewalks to ba plankei and the gutters to be made and Work to Im done in ninety days from of Bonds to accompany bids required the penal of ELEVENTH Alley tabluck Weeks sub from Lapham to Mitchell In the Eleventh ward to graded to the established grade and properly grar Work to be done in ninety days from date of Bonds to accompany bids required the penal sum of Biatnarvt from Mitchell to Bumham in the Eleventh street and sidewalks to be graded to the established the roadway to be the sidewalks to be planked and the gutters to be made and paved Work o be in 40 days from date of Bonds to accompany bids in the penal of Fifth from Bumham t llapl stieet in the Eleventh vard street ami sidewalks to be graded to the estab lished the sidewalks to be planked and the gutters to be made and paved ani graveling Wort to completed within days from date of contra t Bonds accompanying bids will be re quIreO in Ihe penal sum of Lot block In Mitchell subdift slon in tbe Eleventh toe nuisanci to be abated by filling the same with Work to be done In sixty days from date of Bonus accompany blis required in the penal sum oi SUth from Mltchrll tn Burn bam street in the Eleventh the street and walks to be graded to the established the roadway ID the sidewalks and the gutters to made and paved Bonds to accompany bids required in the penal sum of The work to be done on or beore June Third from Wtndlake avenue to Becher In the Eleventh ward the streets and walks to be to the established roadway to be grav sidewalks anil gutters made and Boads to accompany bids required In the penal of The work to bo ijone on or before Au gust 1 TWELFTH WARJ1 Kogers from Grove street to First in the Twelfth ward and sidewalks to be graded tothe estab lished the roadway to be properly the sidewalks to be properly planked and the gutters made and The work must be completed on or before the first day of 1879 Bonds to accompany bids required In the penal sum of In the usual Grove from Maple street to the rrand Opera innemaehnr Lessees and Managers Fbvr i niphtfl etTid Saturday rD ciag Mnrch the laiiui table Supported by a trnnR ilrninatlc t Managers Hao Minagrn Park I present Wedneartny SnturIay hursilsy irmly timfi Kiilay her lust success CHI AT K fvt i oclock br stoch compaov will rrfluce M WKKT nnd JTlgbt Admission arred aratB fl Prices anil rutrR miiilTl OPERETTA OF PENELOPE jBTeneflt ni Winint Ii I manual Ttiiiisday Evoninir March Plankinton Bloffrv Xnturnl Pt PollUral and othrr IxuportanC SUPPLIES PACES OF MOST INSTRUCT trpon Ftaee it Tfns LIHTIART eornhlncs two freat fompr It contains upon all iiw popular uilgDt i iu eminent aathon MuttorK A sTirovr Hi JACOB TllAi KRKA arronlfngjy offrr it at n No other as FirR many individuals wiho BURJTWit thai in r STKf HO CKAKLKS JOHW SAM CTRL in hriryj hf Ijbmrv within tho of 1 prfeo whih Is far IMIOW iiic aggregate prlccof thcvoluri Inn nf rxnk4 pnwnM variifl large on amount P Ef LIBRARY aa it 1C must 1 ivmihj gladly trvail nf Ibi nf pnrrlv flf tx frte part of j library rf Jstbrary nlmiraril It supplies adnfiiand that Ittf f by payinic run Thi by pay FIFTY Library pt OO per ir TKV p volujnofl of ly fur the diffusion it a HwlWHt to t paylnff NE pcrsod Jay paytt hy FT l RPVH fr AVEXT9 DERHT A CLOTHING MADE TO 01 TWH nr oe at o open Tlie rrh UO Iwai Fan Irill Ity Younsr Ladios a IxxnJon letter Cluracteri in by Mrs iixl niiib RiJ1 Kjronti iftnrnlt Prof VMU ClncfcprinK liaot hT J B forri aflmiifin extra reawrrM ftt witra aeAtn Tickets wttl neaU to hinl at J LymVA Mllwaukeo a ct the can be on and attar the Also at thfl Parlor on prenlcg of tt NEWHALL Best Hotel mthe State Great Hotiuotlon in 811 S3 Per Oaj TSdtJ he Ming l fhat t past MERCHANT TAILORING DEPAI WENT Lnivrsal GOOD GOODS GOOD TRIMMINGS GOOD MAKING and G In njiv to fof valuf for That our oderi in inry MiTit fnni Ihdt we our salrs and freatly nnlarglnjf hn I ourpairons In orde partment still more attractive Chan er whave purnhaAwdan I1 all the latest styles of We Guarantee a Perfe yatou And vy of our Sto of Making ivnd rk and WE MAKE TO ORDER diffront styles of 50 diffTent styles of ail SO do Avenue OPPOSITE WHITE HOrSE AFD MilHvaakee Lake Shore and i Western Railway Cklon foot of Wiiconaiu BtroetJ Arrire 1800 AM IT M n 10 U fli 30 P M A M HunU except Monday H WHHCOMB Our Ready Trade Deparunencj We have jusl a l Furnishing w Call ur assortment anl and only OTJH PrKes 4 isa at price jj i at da jjcom i plain 372 and 374 East Water Street JOKf queutly ahe took her youngest Ive yearj and left her to take care of blmaolf and tho other chil dren as best he who has been on trial at for embezzlement from tbe First National Bank of that Teas acquitted by the jury after two days and nights of is on trial now for embezzlement from the First National Bank of that That bank has besa peculiarly unfortunate In its employes it Th3 Love murder case at Indianapolis continues to excite the people of that Warren Tate murdered Love sometime The murder was a bru tal consequently much Interest is taken In the conviction of Warren Tate who has been to his bed for several days with a bad attack ot is on his feet today add leaves tonight for He expects to be in La Crosseand ready for business before the first of and assures us that he will make some ot the dry bones rattle whoa be gets fairly un der ftepubltcaa and south line of Smiths Kldltlon in the Twelfth ward street and sidewalks to be graded to the established roadway to be sidewalks and gutters to be made and The work must be completed on or be fore the 15th day of Bonds to accompany bids required In the penal sum of Alley In block sub division and in block Huldekoperb subdivision In the Twelfth ward to be graded to the established grade and Bonds to accompany bids required in the penal sum ot Work to be done on or before the 1st day of Work In all the above cases to be done according toplans and on file in this Bidders will bid separately on evert nuisance street and alley will slate a price per yard tor Un which bid will include furnishing all material and doing ail the work contemplated in the advertisement under such Signed Cotomlfirtouere of Public marJ6a6t s WIJSTEPN UNION RAILED AD Shortest ftnd moat direct route for Hock Qaio Council BJI San Close and sure oonnrKtloni at Kroeport with Illinois CentraJ at Pulton Chicago and North weiKirn at Uock Island with Bock ojland and Faciflo Bur and Quincy and Peoria and BockIsland for points South and SUMMKB and after Harcb trains will leave aa follovs 7lK A No BOCK ISLAND BX I I U Jl piej for and Inter arriTluK itFroeport V55 awaking close connections with the Illinois Central Rauroad at with the Pan Western Union tor Cedar leaving Sabu la at 3iS at Cedar Rapidl at 7 M at Pultcp at 3 M U making close oopnections With C A N W B and at Hock Island atn VS niakiQg close connection for Council Kansas Salt Lake CltT and San This train runs IhrouKh palace cars frum Jdilwankee to the Missouri P if 9 BOOK ISLAND PASSEN I tor and Book oon BBCting at FreelMrt with tho nilnols Central tor Sioui City and intermediate points at Ronkillluid with the B I B B K for Coun cil and all pointft IB Ksbisu A leave Bock Island and 10 making connections at Free port i nd at Western Union Junction with tbe Chlci Milwaukee A Paul Trains for in Milwaukee at HSU aad JSs Thi 7 O9 and and 9 31 tmins tromlMUwaukM run through to Racine 7 JSO t JO and train from e ran through to JO and 4 JO trains from cine ton lie connections at foi Oenl Bupt PBSDT Gen 1 Ticket Agent BOBEBT Freight Ticket Agent East Wats street CITY CLERKS OPFII March To the of the Filth Wan I f the City of MHwauKee Notice Is herelV Kiven that a election will be held in the Fifth ward ot the city on the 1st of for the purpose of elec ting one alderman to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of H waa Vletteil an uu day of the term enn inK on the third Tuesday of 1880 also To elet one alderman to 1111 varan cv created by the resignation of Thomas who was elected an alderman on tbe d day of April for the term ending on the third Tuesday of The polls will be held for the purpose said election at the Mlowtng places in the Fifth ward the i41 teed Second PrecinctAt build No Clinton The polla will be opened at nine uclonk n the forenoon of said dav and kept open until sundown In the afternoon of the By ordur of the Common City mariiidu TVISWUCTCOUBTOFTHEUNTTKD STATES For the Eastern District of Wisconaln In the matter of Qaatav and Ignatz At la said on the Kth day ot Uaich Elalera District of Taija that a petition has been flleu in laid court by Onatav Barnch and Ignatz of tbe city in talddlB dnl deoljued bankrnptB under the act Oonnreia ot March for a dUcoirgaand oortlficate bma all their debta land other claims provable said art and Hat ths lilt day of al 10 oclock A It mignodfor the hoaring 01 the when and when yon ma attend and show pnnie U any you why the prayer ot laid petition should not be granted EDWABD Clark ot District at aaid District CODBT lOLWADKEE Mary Charles War TbeBtateoJ WisconstaTo Ihe said defeod STB hereby nmmonsd to appear iritliin twenty days sftir tbe service ot this elolusive ot the day ot such and do land abovs enutltjd acUcin in the court aforesaid and in case of your failara so to iadgment Trill ba rendered againtt you accord ing toi the demana ol the complaint ot which a copr ii banwithiezTtdnpOD maraMoawflw 0NDERTAI FRE D IDI rater JCKWC and glev East TVISTRICT COCBT OF THE Jj tor the Eastern ol lu the matter tit Daniel iu Ac la iaid district March 187J Kiwtero JisrricC of Wiscon TnKe notice teat 4 petition jl aalil dourt bv Daniyl m auid bankrupt undur the ootot oi diBchiuxe Ab rom aU hia debts and nailer naid act olid that th1 1M7V1C lu ooiocK Ueoriug ol tho Whu attend and show cauae if he pra yer of the said petit n theh th day 237 npHE ST1TS OP WISCONHBi CIKCUTT i Tba North Western Mutual Ufe Insuranco agahiac Thomas L Jana W his and John C G Zscho Judgment of foreclosure and sale By virtus and pursuant to a Judgment of said court in the above entitled was rendered and datod on the 15lh day of Decem ber D shall expose foe and sell at publlo in the hall of theCourtBouso near the south fronting on the Ui tne Seventh Ward of tho City ot on Sat the 12th day of A at the hour of two oclock that the fallowing described mortgaged or so much thereof aa may be Bnmdent to raise the amount due the plaintiff for interest and together with the expense ot towit An undivided onethird of Iota one 1 and two in block number In the Third 3d of said city ot in the county at Milwaukee and State ot Wiscon together with the and appurt onances thereto belonging and all the is suei and profits nbTch MI ariM or be had therefrom The balance of the mortgaged premises havtag been PBTBB VAK Sheriff at Milwaukee EDWA Clerk o District CODNTZ JXL State ol MilHi In the matter of tbe last of Andreas an Inn to be the Use will and tesl late of t has beBn uled In tbiaf as application haa been praying that the admitted to Probate a stated that letters granted thoreoa It is that said before this oourt at the tnorootoboholdatth Citv of on tho A at 10 oeloCK U alter as the soiae can be And it U farther application and hearing Usmng a copy of this tacoesBlva onca in the MUwaukee Doily N printed ia said alt bir sorrioe ot sooiv tho ffaaraun of said dcoeoaed a previous to said BY the Copy houl told di land esdaj ssJd Architect and Superintendent PFUTERf Wiioonsln Bromdwar pntcroiT FrederiteIi CM Charles detendontl Tho3tcte ol VHaeonsin laai are Iwreby anmmo twentjr tto sei exollitive ol tha day of a fend Uia aljova entffed judgment will bo i cording to demand MilwsuKoo   

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