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   Milwaukee Daily News, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1879, Milwaukee, Wisconsin                                THE DAILY NOVEMBER 873 AFFAIRS tack af I Cordiality In the BcMfons Be tkreen Russia and HomsErila Msmbsra of Parliaimnt to Stoat et tho Irish Meetings in London Dispatches from Berlin aiil Vienna say that between and Austria for the coacliSion of a new have btsen asthero Is no pros ect at present of an agreement upon its provisions PERSIA WITH The Golos publishes an editorial showlnp a marked change of feeling herd towards Evidently the relations between the two couBtrier are not now on a cordial or The tone of the Golos article seems to confirm the reeeut intel ilirence of the understanding between England and and of the tendency of the1 latter to throw in her lot with England rather than with A crisis In the Belgian cabinet is apprehended lu conse quence ot the pressure by the extreme Left for the withdrawal of the Belgian representative at the Vetioan whichT the trary to Ihe constitution an liws require that the returns Bent to the by the town clerk be slened and sealed up In open town ihr Whig will has tha the clerk a certain democratic town in one ot the threatened coun forwarded his return imaedlatelj after the election In precis accordance withhis aa late as the second and this clerk was In formed byother town officers that a prominent democrat requested a new re turn to be made as there was some trou ble with the returns from that and other Jcmosratlc The It Is aa did new returns whlii were forwarded about tue middle of Novem In which he corrected ttie errors and supplied the omissions complainec although the town record shows taem just as they appeared In the original re Lottery Qorrcspondchce in Roffari to the Treatment of Lotlcrj Tho In junction Batsill has decided ttiat the match for the longdistance championship of the world and the Ast take place in The backer of Panehot writes to eay that he will withdraw his mau if the next match does not take place In also wishes to withdraw irom the THE XiOXbOK John OConnor Home Euln member of parliament for will preside at tha demonstiatitm to at Hyda Pirk Sunday Among the speakers will be Justla Alex fctid crJMartin bulliranand William Arch er Fed Home Eule members of parliament for Loath and Londtn and prorin cial oontinsents will assemble at Trafal Squartat 2 oclock In the aternoon and march to Hyde The meeting begins at 3 1OOE whose iiluyalth suggested her removal from Cannes to has baen obliged to postpone her journey on account of in creased i IQClQtJE i has Ireadhed heie that tne Chilians have teken I IN A BAD tiibrinal of Brunswick has decided thai tho late Dukeof who left his fortune to has been legally deprived of the right to dispose of The tiibunaltherefore concluded that the will is null and As Geneva has already spent a large sum on a mocifment to the luke and an opera honse thj town be IQ a sad prualcauieht It itj has to re storij the A COMING EDIKBUBGV on receiving the L address long He insisted that the dissolution parliament ought to have taken place ere now but said the goysrnmiint abstains therefrom because knows the couctry lb against it and al so because It desires to be free for the yiar to Rive England and Europe a new StfotlaLd Btone In aepeechto the electors here this afternoon expressed himself in f aver of giving home rule to but In local matters The statement that Count 1L Daubril and Prince Gortschakpff shortly hold a meeting in Is Of the bullion withdrawn from the BanK of England yesterday went to the United Bullion withdrawn from the Bant of England on balance The statement of the Imperial Bank of Germany shows an Increase In specie of Of bullion withdrawn from the Bank of England pounds Is for the United Gabriel the communist who superintended the structlon of the Vcndome Is TILLAGES Tie Town in Aihn Sat JXome Lrtt CED AB E 2C The town of Tayette on the lice of the Milwaukee division of the Bur Cedar fBupids and Northern between Cedar Baplds and Post was burned The fl re broke out in the rear of a saloon by and spread But one business structure The pnsbnfflce was also There was but little Insurance upon any of the and Consequently the business firms of Rundttlla suffer severe Many of them will be financially The flre is believed to have been Set by a rival saloonkeeper In the upper sec tion of the and the indignation FUDB The Gazettes special says Onehalf the Greene ourned Thfi fire started in Burcbams and it with the greater portion of tne mercantile establishment were de Owensburghiis u population of between jiuo and v In the Hayden this was Iheonly The demanded that the cheek of the deceas ed girl on which it was alleged footprints be should be into The court reiused to order The defence then issued a subpoena ordering Dr to bnngit into which was Then the have the remains of the girl exhibited in court withdrew all testimony relative to the heel Adjourned to President Presidekt Hayes attired in this city at II and was met at the depot by Bishop Simpson and driven to the tatters resi Hera a committee ot the Welsh Musical Festival waited upon the presi dent HPd extended an invitation to him to be present at ha ceremonies tomor president accepted and ex pressed his high regard far ihe Welsh ampng whom he said he had spent much pleasant time luDelawars VftilR to morrow moraine state tue has obtnlned IHE LOTTEBT The Assistant Attorney General for the postofflee de In reply to an enquiry from Jibe third assistant postmaster has addressod to the latter the following with regard to tho treatment of lottery correspondents Sii In reply to your letter of the 20th I have the honor to advise you That the tottery lettets reachin the dead letter dfflca may be returned to tho writers by That postmasters are not justifiable in withholding letters to an individual for thesole reason that such individual is an agent for a lottery com Tho letter must bead IreRSed to tho agent as such to justify Its deten unless it is addressed to a person declared by a special order of the post master general to be in wnlch cose registered letters are returned to tne writers and payment of money or ders t Attorney General o tha Post TlTo postmaster general has also writ ton a letter to Hazen upon the same subject as follows Sir Section Eevised prohibits the carriage In the mails ot letters concern Section provides that all lottery packets or other matter w Ijieh may be seized or detained for violation of law shall be returned to owner or sender of or otherwise disposed o ns tho An Alarm of Fire Cnnsra a Panic Among Result Ing in a Number of i The Eeport on the TerriblaCollision of the Champion and Ladj Oola Etc l PANIC AJIONO 10 Bnd oclock this morning a lire was discov ered in one of the rooms on the ground fluor 6f Ihe WeSsler corner of llth Jefferson tLe largeet primary school building In the The school fire alarm was immeitntely struck the teachers and scholars through out the building were appiUtdof the Tho children on the ground floor KOti out safely and In good but thode on tho upper floors wereseizad with pauio and despite the utmost eier irll not need to driw a tingle dolar un the contir gent appropria tion made lit the lost bcsbion ot iheicg The commissioners have juatr been making a careful tour of Inspoc Uon of the banks and general condition of the and bavu reached the clu3l n that It will necessary to con struct a new dredgej including cott of will be run the coming yert at ac expense of about Tte biard is also taking measures the paitlal leconstructlon of two of the near and will leave nothing undone ihtt niay be necessary to place the canal throughout Its entire length in good condlllon for the coming A ncntarbable Chnrnelor Cnncit In B Decline 19 Join iha Ncbla Oana of wbo tPrcfQf Lring lo Telling iha i fcr trial l8r the crime or en Saturday Ha will i doubtless secure Here the matter o i i m i A for the It taa caused Speculative Stooka Active ami much excltenunt In the of Sew Etc Tho stock ijiar kfit openfed strong ana advanced i to 2i per the ou Lttckawanaa and but tho Im provement was partially lost at the flrst After inldJay tna speculation I became and under lurso ohasea the entire list recorded an ad1 I Price to Bs I a meeting of tho board of trade thta 1t was voted to restore theschedule prices paid to opsratives In April 1878 j th date of last This Is equivalent ty an increase of 15 per and Is to take effect on and alter j icura lyomlnmeii At the republican vancobf j to 5 per convention at Louis and Pacific leading In the of ths Boston was Toward the close the general list imously nominated for reached J to 1 per but In filial sales Pulniter previously became strong with bllt and Erie the New York Central sold up from to 135 liike from 103i to 18tii Western from ways down which themselves In the greatest frenzy vand The was so great on the stairs between the second and ground floor that the bannister gave and several children were pieulpl to the floor Ella Llnchhad her arm Emma Dillon badly hurt about the head and upper part of jerson by the bannister falling on md Eva Schaffer was severely That a score of them were not killed outright Is most but these are all the casualties to tho children now a in ler heroic effJits to Stay the rushing do at the head of the was hurled upon and borne atho where she was dragged out vexy much but not The school was finally emptied and something like order restored when t was discovered hat the fire was only atritling affair and The panic was was soon confined to the 8 formerly chief clerk ol the Ing now employed In the custom testilled concerning the proceed ings of the Never saw Kellogg In secret session of the Vincent mamber of thei Packird leglsiaturej referred to by fus as being flusn tha day after Kel loggs denied statement made by not paid nor promised any thin 11 jr voting ioin lluray camo him to acknowletgo paid for voting for Murray giv ing wltneia to understand thero was money In Witness declined the offer preferring to poor rather than join the noble band of Louisiana who prefer his telling the Swazy teitlfleil he was bv Bulke to the parishes to look tor testimony against Bernard In W but nororfliwhlm In Witness nevei made aliaavit against Kellogfr could not have given him to go back on the affidavit as sworn to by liernard In WabhinRtpn Slarray tojd rooms without confusion 10 The terror of tho girla seer i o have greatly increased by the Inging of a larRobell on top of the iChool house by Borne unknown THE A dispatch from says the loard of United States iri pectors made this morning their ouclusiousregardlDg the ouillelon be wcen tho anU Octavla n TUi off the napes Of and by which so many people per Tho board flndaafter the exam Ian o fifteen witnesses of ops and aud six of OctaVIns that tho cccl eat was whoih due to the absence of a witness bo wanted the Jvultor In the if he leMers concernj letter offleo be returned to the 1 If by Advertence mistate or otherwise letters lotterv supposed to coutii matter should come to tho dead they shoud ba sent to the office of delivery with such directions to the postmaster as will en iuro taelr prompt The case of a lottery agent tho ostiraster Inj which the com slaiD eeekB an injunction to restrain BO eaforoement of the reoeat order of ihe postofflce department with regard t lottery letters court of tbe District Carter said that the court had after due refaction to remand thn case the equity court where proceedings were originally anil proper order would be The casa would he come up regularly to the jourt en and it tho parties Interested should desire to carry it to tho supreme the supreme court in general term would it as far as and money nr In the Supreme Wo are o rests miinly firs nate of tho Cham who had chatgs of the and were itnot for tho Jact that he is should espress ourselves Incondoaina tion of his actions in more severe A3 it is in evidence he called tha look out from his pjat to assist In setting the not keeping a lookout or giving Instructions to the man at the wheel to do the Email number of the crew the assistance otfha NEW State ot Alttbami roscued the crew ot the ship from Boston for Antwerp with palm Crew much exhausted from exposure and want One washed overboard a few hours beforo tho Alabama hove In Wblle taking in ihe boat ot tho Eteaiterthe sea washed it to throwlm Jhe third offluci and two seamen Into the Hopes dad lifo buoys Instantly thrown they hauled themselves dl steamship a a NEW Is reported hnre that tha mail steamship from Montreal to Que was driven nstoro during a gale at ijike ioter No further par ticulars could be obtained owing to the tremendous sea Tho Bellona was tons built IP had and was considered a pood She WM owned by of case to tha supremo term and fixing Thursday of next week for a OF The treasury department purchased toaay l ounces of flue silver for delivery at Philadelphia and San Fran cisco OF A Kate ftprague Hoed lor Back tr of Cfcildj liio mall steamer Novla reported wrecked on ilapdalena Bay tho of tha Vanonchel NEW court room was filled withpeople today when the suit of Llnck against Kate Choso Sprague was Luck was tutor for Spraguee child Willie at tbo time of the recent troubles at Cao in which Senator Conkllng flg and sues for salary and ex punscs laoa iyintf out bis engagement is The answer of defendant to the complaint sets up that the agree ment with Llnck was made in her capaci ty aa a married woman and that there fore her husband Is responsible for the and that Spraguu had lull knowledge of the engagement made with The oaae came up day on notice of a motion by the coun sel of Sprague lor the counsel of jjinck what means hn expects to evado the law of the woman In the course of the a letter was read from Bpragne to to show that she considered him in her and counsel added that he professor made his exit from the Spratue mansion at the end of shot The judge look the papers and reserved his dbulsion Tlui AccounuAII NEW Albany dls piitch to tie Tribune says the newly elected state de clared that he would pot assume the office until the books of the office used during the two yeara Hacklns term md been examined the ilstpry of Mackias administration oiaae thoroughly The trouble seems to have been that the state called checks when the comp troller called attention to the condition of Maclcin endorsed the checks and converted them into Now all the existing state officers are gener al southern agent of the IlUnols Central was garrotod last night near bis home on Washington avenue and robbedof a gold watch and Ag gregated ralne Porsonally he was and excess ot value of exports over the Imports ot merchandise lor the largest In the history of the The excesa ot ot gold ind silver Into the oonntry over exports from July 1st to amounted to passengers and crew were all A dispatch from Montbeal last night mentioned the sailing of the and a number of sailors desetted just before her saying the was n BISABLTKj steimsWp Hcvlhla from reports on tho 2itb sbe spoke the BteaiisSlp Cali fornia from London for Ntw York dis She wanted no AN ESPLOEips NEW explosion of benzine In room of York occurred to doing considerable damage to the and prohabU fatallv burning Edward and Gravi The children In the school house eared from panic by the prompt aoJon of the The Commtnion Tblnki Imill Sao 1 Schurz received f olio wlug telegram this morning Los PIKOS have information that the White Utes are on their including We are now opinion be successful in carrying out your At all events we hava patience enough to try So far as danger is concerned the commission have given that a They must take The latter portion of the dispatch is in reply to 4 telegram from Secretary dchurz in which he commis U they have reason to think themselves in must follow their own Judgment in taking such stops their bafety may Bnffalvr lers George 40 tons Marine City Chicago schooners 600 Detroit Morning 67 cords of Eliza Cleveland Chicago barge 280tons Huron Bay in carrying lumber from Cheooyaan to Chicago wantedtDe republicans to pay him to keep his mouth as he ouulcl tnabe that much out of tho Witnesjwaa a mnmberof the Packard lagislature from Wast Feliclana patub iieceived about votes democratic opponent about Witness wis de clared elected by the returoitg Ha others mide ufSdavit abuut bull d General and systematic 3ulldozlufr Wi3 earried on in t5e parish during people i were murUiiruU and wil because of political iad wero forced to vow tjo My own wero not owed to vote for am If had no bull dozioj tbo repub licans would iiave had 200 majcrl ly fhe Witness testified length as to the outrages coinailt ed by whltea of Webber and another republican why ro urned to tho parish after the Witness concluded It would not site or him to though hia famllv liva Has not been In the palish lor wo years Delacy and myself slept i hosame bed the night witness ntrlvej n Washington he ilid not fro to Kvl loggB rooia that nijht dont think any of them went Witness iidver re celvel anv money from Kellogg or any or ilo friends as aii indiicemVnt to vote for Mm nor tor any other examined by Senator ness admitted ho Vriiif murdering a respectable In Weet Fellclana but tho senator could not get admission of the witnosH his charge of inurdor and readinefs o caused tho people there to con sider him a bid and lor Ihia reason dl4 not want blm to Witness In sisted tho object loa to liinx was oa account of Aristlde Das member ackarcl testifled ho not outside of the state house after the UK la could iavo bean 08 lea SB y Kellogg never paid BO any money nor did I receive money rom any ORK to vota for lnaagans testlnjony as faras It relates 10 me Is j Stokesj porter in Packard ho la knew Thorn 13 Bossier was present on the day Democrats claimed Thomas was Thomas Anderson testified tho statement made by Bernard that had employedhim aa a to go to Wnsblnaton in the Interest of lg Kollogit was never present to my knowledge at ho executive meeting of the rotiiriilng board dont think Kelloggs namu was signed to A Inreiring the Title lo the Bile Which the Town important asd involving titlo to all Ina pioperty upon wblca Leadvilie was deddea by Judge in tha Uaitoil States Diftdut Court to The title to the land upon which tao town stands and the has baen derived through patents from United I States governmant for placer mining The case WHS the Louis dmelung and Beflning company Thos Drought by tne com pany to recover lease which was pur tho by th and which was taken pos session of by Tho de elded the patents Void on the ground that it appeared from the evidence that the patentees tract ol placer mining was composed of several differ ent placer which it hai purcbas oa ana it did not appear In the ings he had ma ie tnany different ap had as many ruuulugs made by surveyor pOBtel us miuy different or done worri of work in all ito jdlffeteat which bad been conveyed to Iconslitutlug the tract included In the Ctsu goeato the Unitcu States anpreme A Tcrdtcl far the PI an I United Statts Circuit muticrtu a decision In the caee ot Eugene of New York vs Mayor ana Aldermen the city ol to recover money duo en bonds and coupons of the Savau Gulflailroad guarante ed by tbe Tho defence was that the city ifl not aa no oonalderation was recelved Tho endorsement was without an The bonds Were not leaned Ion the city and not lor intern al The court decided the defence good as to the law and facts in the case and directed tbe jury to re turn Amount Involved Is given ot an appeal to the Supreme was gan canal and the Season navigation lie will alsr continue in control and managemout of the A jenenil aitency for the be opened lu London with for the payment of and the transfer o London Interest will ber2piesentod by Pierrepont llor will soon be eleuted sSabash system of railways will be rep resentedi in the York Central board Field aud Solou Parties to thjs large purchase of New j YorkCnnlral stock nro to tB i August vou Uoffffiaujjj b t Uoriian Sellgmani Lanler Is rspoited that will now beformeil similar to of the takinfriu ho Lake Canada and Kansas City and and per laps some coanfeciiug York to Rinrantee n Uk rate of j formed lust nivrht at Loul with a Herald tho Wabash N will be practically under ono Tito Jiichigau Central and Canada i Soutliein also brought into tbe i stock ex Of tenofferrd and offered and Tomorrow bein A legil busi1 bo susoeniled ontho stock esi troops sta received orders to go into winter os follows Four aad Third ot iOopip to gsfi and Fort Erie from iCtntral from to to 383 colved the democratio re C wl frbarea ind granger stocks were also conspicuous hi tns The repotted transfer of a of Now j York Central to the syndlcat3 of foreign i and home had a favorable Inj iluence on that stock and tbo market In After the market closed it was officially announced that negotiations which have been petidlOR for some represented by Drexel of New of Lon don and Win for tho pur chase ot 25 million dollars of Nut York of hundred and thlrtysjx flshermeh have been lost from Gloucester tne past twelve and It Is feared others will bo added to tire Hst as several vessels are now A com mitte bf the city council appointed to arrange the reception for General Grant havo agreed upon a programme tor one weeks for 3 leava hundred la bankers take million of tho er ae Hrm with the option of 10 Elliiou moruj will shortly tho at Yanderbtlt retains a vary largu I interest In tho New York which Ocrnn it Ia understood will not aud 26 Steamataas Sumirla from Vandti liindand Caliand from Now Yolrk ar rived j I soldier was yes tirtluy stntenced to seven years and to be dismissed frjm tho service with ipnomony for an steamRhip reported has been yrus Jay liussdi and Tiie effect ot thu I6n ou excUaage uiarkvii was quite tho close of ti day prime HTK offered iowa to it belug gonerally bellevdii thut u aonoant ot bills would be drawn against tfio most of which 3 to go to Ths onthe prVHrnment bund raarUet nffjl THE Tho Polish Xlvler died in Princess mother of Prince Charles uf is EiQneen Isabella has gone to Madrid tp attendtlie marringe her Hing s Telegraphic eomraunicatidn with Ca believed tho of i bul anii Candabar has been Mi soldI by would be Europoan troopsat Afghanistan Invested In t lose feemiitoum hutted in consequence of cold Ilsyes ttitended the Uothodiitfalr at Tha sttikeollongshormen Iu Urook lyn is tbe mensecurlcg an van co to 2j cents pr The Louis Immigration eoulety was f armed lust niht at bcllff that Vtindcrbiit 1 cured n liige intvnit in It IXoiv wiili groatihloek Notr YutK Cutil tafcrvlew i ACADEMY GFMUSIC i rshlbltiou dally from 10 till 10 J Gtftt MPTPT and Astronomical change arid iu Ucancial anil commercial I now assyited I the recent that Archblihf op decision upon the paroch iil school question fully sustained tho action of Father Scully is B ibitintlally It is cbiuierl by s itne of thoso present at the synod that subatacceof statemantmad by tho archbishop vis while he recom mended of parocblul wherever ho was utterly opposid to intfeme measures any matter connected with them that undejrcertain mrhero par ents refused to their children to HUMORS OhTHE SKIN AND CDTICLEi li IDOrit pCI AvrfuJ Rlofid PurlfifT aal ever In forty mlnaies wfteP tukfug the tfrsi doKo It niy ami It ia4 enteroi ihj anti tho la oujlitlie ii inlets wiih tho OprruDt partlcls nutter whlth fcsttftand wiih which H clienicrtlly dfstoylnjf aua tllmlnatins tbcin from the Ilfnce itflT1011 forevar Can antl CinVer lyfaich unchecltcd fill Ijo3y wiJi foal end rollout dellcnte mich1rcr7 the ainst renictly for al Hi moraof the DIi ehiriloif srmMos and of outward ipl1 Jua pnn atid 3 tha oil und 10 aliciltny and wLcn of SVIn andScalp viilch Iiavj btcn a SKIN Great Snffaringfor Sixteen A Wonderful Curo by the Cnti dura CUIA KzHKDtss have a jpjjvsi1 of gcol I have ttufti wilEicttl nnih giin Some days It troubloi than J wouiiF scratch aniil tbo tJluai would my aidthey CQTiul cure but nthors saM I wl l Niy I astl hn CCTICUIM Rryjt Sd I w i J la a fdtrful ncdtiai jfivju up ill ojieoi h ivluv an a ilrawrMnifmin Crispins rit ft I fioi h I wouil try thi CtnrJCuV abiut wM h I rjvi ol c y j tfu rTce wll arvl aecorU I rucoictUBiui Yours 3 A flj5 Sr CniciGOj MOREJGOOD THAN DOCTORS In Three Years STo sr4 direct li tn Clio ioliir box you T PMI me Voot ail ie n Tht doctors iloi e Mosco Juai raitosi anil fro pliLj Jtncw thiitt biro rrcoT fl ray haft Eociyo rn prrsonfil aitntinn to tho llTlbbor Oamo sflo mo nt East JUDD inrt to books Boclr AlinlocolTictio of Hlainrical an3 Toi3coancou3 iloori oifcrnd at ow GlviSlrn a thn Rook3 ron A Iiteat improvad ni7ir m qss will bi sol1 Ajiyly ai rmni ot bnk tinvcnth ijard corner arfil lii opposite Court hound tcc threo in nt of KnaiJTi B czecntorll A foWils PV EXOHANGKA Jrit On GirJ fop at Water iORHENT T al Virjjinii en utt V J 1 Pi A s 1 h rllQ lUSl7 a Tt i T au 1 tH la tha Apyly CJ KJ lUuJ oetMtf EDUCATION Opnn ar1 from 0 C j r CUTICURA for OF HJ T3 onto at n fuJi or ACV brnuch furtiig inrjraiiition or GHAHLB3 HOT fti 4 r 3 i V HEvrnstBi aro by and for all UruLif tit if Cu email bospf 50 nnToae half liraei tha qtumVfy of inii pjr Ilir Giiiie 30 cvnta C MktS 75 Ey the prvcm llicir a felt at d In eirfry nslsl tion ot the ior of a showing ca of amount of otbn ti Hiiil si t o n r piil aiil frr L tiTm an t to an er a Aso Piifpt Ion of the mil Dlltloua cuts to their chlidren to constantljl on hiid Ujo beat sraUs ol liefifi the rUht of sacrament I and Bella t at the lowest cjsh Eight be temporarily but when ever a ca3e of thacnaturo onuurred tlie rlest must cause of the act to bn dado to the and he alon6 bad power to dccldo upon the The midnight the race is half with the following ecores Enillshp 431 oil Hani 500 453 Hacks American beat tie champion of iu a five raile and ol beat Ameri cans have surprised the English who greatly underrated themt They iiavo a jrood lead and expect to hold The Englishmen must gain ratios each to win thelr huva now juiced 33 miles Tiieretfl no Judgo United States Circuit after1 hear ing two days argumentIn the casn of James Sargerit Halb Safe and Lock this decided that the defendant does not infringn on the patent of Sargent for j and dismissed the Tho case Involved a targe amount of litigation If complainant had been POBT Eorf Passed Propellers Prindlrille and DownPropellers City of At Idterocean with ecliooner Thomaa Slieldon ami con Wind aud heavy i nd ODd Forter recently dlscovoreil leadaud silver bie on bis near has sunk a shaft and took out specimens at tlepth of five feet which have been assayed by Stvayno of this who finds in them 860 pounds lead to fhe ton and 183 ounces of j In the legisla tive bribery case the morning session of the court was consumed in argument of the motion to quash the indictment against Tugs Willie Grew and Bescue have just ar eat find no trace ot tho Waubunns Largw quanti ties ot the wreck have picked Bawd after his examination before Esquire vas bound to Appear pncn j iTtiio cf Oit many Lllaensfs that T lususity orCossuirpsihn a in cur which Kn to sesd bv sunU io erer JxiiJicinoia all or i orvrill 5tjsl reo hy raiU RH 01 Uie money TSJE No to JBTSoldin ililwaTikeo by W end aU Dnisklsts Warren and KcUll DeilorinCOi 131 WestiWater street near Sixth street bridge MILWAUKEE CODKTY COURT IN PRO In tlie matter of the ol deceased iJng and filing tha petition of with the will anurxed of thi estate of Ohirlea tliatbe tally d UiebaM aad pfttylng tlitt ft Unjonnd place be taf eirVLintcg and alowiDp hia account of his adminUCratioQt and Ihdt tbo residueof tha said estate accordcff to It is Thai said apple ation be beard beloce tbia court itAreffulajterm thereof to be held it tha probato in th0 Citrpf Uib OQ the first of M ana ftt Id oclock or as soon thsreafter tbe may be reached on the AntUt ia farther That nutlca of APpIcation end benrktg be given to alt perqni by publication of a dm order lor successive nnce in each in the a newipaoer printed In said prior to said Dated this 3oth day of J E Ouoty Dry Wells eto Uodoce cheap and on notice if or ders are left at 938 JefTeraou or 2 Uilwau oo J B J Dianlond 3 Ins in different of Gold dtPeca East ITS OWN MERCANTILE Westora Dfipoitrnftat ot Wbolesalers MaraantUe ti and at Jttilvrahkee upondeutu in all citiesand Oanadlan Fro for obtamingra liable repons by or and tocolllaaumr uted elafaw agenti inparinteDdent Hnnae WL a joatp to EtHinrcrd the IJDS UcetoWssfcirslon bed fho aiilr thrnughlino runnias Ei tftf sml liu iaq Cars out of Chicago tiiroogh to Ktvv Yuri without The atiYtLnuis0B of this old and popular over any anduii others is the shortuat liuo to raoftta the quickest Only Uno running aiiiux laBouaH WITH rfLLMAN PA ACE trains aro alirarH on tiuiu has the Alt Bmke on piiasengo ioconiotivoa all iron and In id with sttol large poriiun of thtyliao la ballaatod With thus avoiding ths only liae running Hiatpinq Cars t 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