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Racine Argus (Newspaper) - April 11, 1878, Racine, Wisconsin ,t iS." VOL. 10-NO. 34. WIS., THURSDAY, APRIL 11. 1878. GEO. B. A. CARY JUDD, AWwiM-ys af Law, A Cary Juild. Court Hr-t Bank Block. um-1-..i.-, wi.-, ImowNSON ROSENBERG Attorneys at Law, BURUXCTOX, LOCAL MISCELLANY. Bliss, local on The Advocate, will cuter the grocery anil crockery bns- Pally, f: Siuu'liiy. H. V. VAN PELT, Attorney Counselor at Law. Kacliic I'oxt Oilicc. Ol-tXS. CLOSES. j Sunday.... T.llli A. ji. I'. M. 11 4i> .v. M. !5.Mp. IlilTlON fc UKI'AKTL'lli: 01-' MAILS. I'. Jl.- A-M. S..-JIHA. 31. I'- >l- ri.SH I-. M. .....1-J.llll 1-. 51. T..I- V. Jl. II. II. VI-. WKli'MlT. I1. M jue.-s in ihe course of a few weeks. wish liini it hearts success. Hettricli have received their new spring of millinery, and fiiney iroods. They will have their grand summer opeu'nfr the tirsl ut May. -The two youncr highway -On Tuesday afternoon Mv. -Michael Pritchard and Murphy, were l.rmighl up Keelc. a moulder at shop, MTOBlco over Kaclnc. LAW AND COLLECTION OFFICE A. S. Ritchie. Miiimtocturtrs Xutlonal Wank Filth Strei't, IJacino. ________ Attorney Counsellor at Law, 1 Special Notice. All copy lor new advertisements, and mu-1: be handed in by Tuesday noon lo insure publication the same ivisi'k. Furnished or unfurnished room, with board, in a- private family for gentleman ami wile. Address drawer 2'.t2, this city. FFFICE lu I'tlcy's luul nil U'lSil WINSLOW, (SUCCKSSOl; TO 5. P. VAN ilWSKlKK; Attorney at Law. OFFICE OVEK TOST OFFICE, llaelllr, _____ F. B. Washburn, O E -3V T I S r-T. E OVBK Workman's Drug Store 3. SJ2Tlf STREET. N s m P KAC1NK 1 of o s Pumps and Wind Mills. mi> FOK CATALOGUE. JAMES KAVESAUGU Books, Stationery, Newspapers, ntotc tlrai. cvr 1W Wain Jlrwi. furi-il Vct'oru by cxlllni; nt 4M-IV HENRY SANDFORD, Deputy Collector U. S. Internal FOR Racine fc. Kciio.slm touutlcs. Olllcc ovov'Ffe! IVu-k, i'orm-1- Moil. Mil FiflW.wl'l, Radix: Wls._______ RACINE" CLOTHING HOUSE. JOI1X K- BECK. MSKCSAST TAILOR, DE.MII1. IX CLOTIIIN'G, Hits, and Gtuta GvoJx. The Old Established Jeweler, ffugyins Houst Block, OFFERS SPECIAL BARGAINS IN Watches, Fine Jewelry, Silver Ware, Spectacles, etc. JTA Tory larec Jollom IsiraE SEW STY1ES, New Patterns. Wo just opened our new of Spring arc DOW to thmn to our fricudu patrons. In runs, OILS, BBUSHBS.Etc., Our stock is- now full and complete and wo invite the attention- of- Wholesale and Botail. buyers- Sale. WU-n'. Albany WALTKU DKAWJI.W. says that spring hasn't come. Smith hnve an attractive display of silverware in their window. Gypsies were about town horses. has bocn put on Fourth stVtev adjourned last Fucsdiiy. until the ifttft of this montli. Abusser and Allen are the two principal candidates for Fire Marshal. Geo'. Avard is about to erect n dwelling in the l-'ifth ward. bids fair to be n month of smiles and tears. Principally tears. Treasurer Jones is out with the delinquent county, tax list. John JI. Willis has bought the Coolcy estate, for the sum of __A Milwaukee man intends re-open- ing the St. Chnrk's hotel soon. candidates are in the field for the office of Chief of Police. different men want, to dig graves this year. persons are anxious to swing a bridge this summer. cash system has been adopted ut M. M. Seeor's trunk factory. i Goodrich steamers will touch at this port daily, hereafter. a. .div.orce from her husband, because lie wouldn't Attend the funeral of her child. Adams, the champion finger billiardist, will play an exhibition game in this city, if arrangements can be made. fences, trees, and a lumber pile and b.iru were blown down yester- day, during ihe gale. capable fellows wish to save the city from destruction, by being ap- pointed fire marshal. out-building belonging to Evr.ns i: JJotsford, at' the Junction, was slightly damaged by tiro Monday night. about two weeks the Temple of Honor soeietv will open ;i restaurant iu the room below.their hull. famous trotting stallion Gov. Sprague will bo entered for races this season, Monday the summer term of school commenced, ut.the different, ward schools. moulders at Freeman's shop hud a rest Monday, while the cupola was be- ing repaired. Gorman Catholic school closed last week, on account of the mcasels nig- ing so extensively among the schools. a number of the lamp j in the city arc minus their head The recent gide was too much for them. dedication of St. Joseph church, which takes place on the 12th of May, will be 11 grand affair. Jake .Stofl'el, tho North side will soon build an addition to his c, store and put in a stock of dry goods. Murphy will .be appointed the next Chief of Police without a doubt. A more capable man could not be found. Moidinger. the unfortunate insane man, was taken to.Oshkosh last week for treatment. I runaway occurred :on State street last week Thursday, which resulted in the smash-up of a buggy. Union Grove Temple of Honor are making preparations to erect a hull that will cost ft Baine wagon works, of Kenosha, will be moved to Eae'we, and located, at the Junction. Smith will soon, bo .prcT pared' to offer, a new and complete stock of jewelry to the citizen's of Racine: innings only were played at the base boll match last Saturday, the College boys coming out ahead. artciian well pipes gave out.laet Friday, which shut off tho supply of water in some parti of the city. Qeo. Fisher commences the erection of a brick stable next week, in the rear of her store, in the Fourth ward. ladiet society of St. Lukes' church meets at the residence of Mrs. Mcachem, to-morrow afternoon. for c'Xar.'.imitinn Tu; TOJlli __Mrs. Lyman will give another series lectures cemmeuciiig les in both German and English, which arc offered1 at unusually low prices. desirous of purchasing stniw- berrv plants will find that Walter Denr.s- and the houses that keep their and business before the people, are the ones that receive the most liberal pat- ronage, even during dull "N'rllie Ili.nvland. assisted .by Mas- ter Horace Hmvhmd and their music class, will u'ivc a concert consisting of, vocal and instrumental music, on Tues- day and Wcdnesdiiy evenings. April Ifi and 17. at the Kenosha road church, four miles from Kncine. Admission fifteen cents. The public are invited. lie ail Invalid Lady amd At- to Outran" Last Friday an ungainly, ugly looking tramp, was brought-in from llochester, and lodged in jail. He is a Scotch- man, and claims his name is Mvtrdock. It is charged lie entered a house, at Roch- ester, on tho :3d of April, and assaulted an invalid, tody her violently to the floor and attempted t.i outrago-lier. .partly accomplishing the act before being frightened away. He then tied, but was caught, had an cxam- and Was bound over till the fall term of the.Circuit court. The assaulted lady was somewhat injured, and it was feared she would not recover at lirst, but she is now out of danger. The tramp business in the western purl of tho coun- tv ;s becoming a dr.ngermis clement, and in several instances they hnve tiiken pos- session'of things. Every fanner should have ahhot-giin handy, and when these scoundrels become troublesome treat them accordingly. Mill' f 111 the matter of the application ot VS Brown, guardian, etc.. petition, order of Court appointing especial guardian, order of reference, report of referee and order conti rmiug report. Palmer Moe vs. L. 1.1. Peterson; de- fendant has leave to file answer on pay- ment of i-o plaintiff's attorney, ami cause continued over term. t U. II. Baker vs. Racine Gas Company: judgment by stipulation. Thomas Hobbs vs. Catherine Hollinac. et. al.. trial of action by jury named by both parties in open court. Wilson vs. Hobbs; leave defendant to tile answer on payment of flO to plaintiffs attorney: cause tried mid verdict in favor of plaintiff. Siddibutton vs. J. H. Davis: order ap- pointing-plaintiffreceiver in this action. U. W. Wright vs. Alice A. Hood, et.al.: complaint dismissed, with judgment, against plaintiff for costs. "Edward Slieier vs. Anton Hartt and wife: foreclosure and sale. Shelen and Hartt, same entry as above. Henry Miller vs. .fas. H. Kelley, et. al.; verdict in-favor of plaintiff. Emma Downing vs. Free W. Downing: judgment of divorce. Whitfiinl vs. E. S. Bcrdan, ct.ai.: judg- ment lor plaintiff and costs. Hanson vs. Hanson; judgment of di- vorce. How-deck vs. Jcnuing; defendant's de- murrer overruled and leave granted to file answer on payment of attorney's fees. A. Wcising vs. Eva Weising: judgment of divorce. W-llrvlna BlMliop. Belle City Hall, April 10th and iOth. AV. Irving the renowned anti- Spiritist, in his original and extraordin- ary Light Seance, performing by human means all the marvelous mental am! phys- ical of Spirit Mediumc. Mr. Bishop is.the one who exposed the world-famed Katie King mystery. He will perform .all the tests oC the Eddy Brothers and DnvenportBrothers. Admission 2o c.euts; SOCIAL bcrrv piunis win unu iiiai. nniwii ley Svc miles south of the city offers i reserved seats, 50 cents. For sale at i kins old stand. sonic very desirable varieties, at low tig urcs. The prices an given last week should have been per Friday morning, a on the bank near the Western Union railroad track, sudden-ly tumbled down. No one ft wonlllni it seems nu old Bohemian was injured, but several persons narrowly j nilmpd Xunemash, cnmc in to the Fatal On Saturday last an accident occurred in the Fourth ward resulting in the kill- ing of a child and quite severely injuring esciiped'with their lives. The house was occupied and owned by a laboring man named Cullen. Jimcau Democrat states in his paper that he was lying in his sanctum t'other evening.'] That was wrong, cu- city. with a yoke of very -mid oxen far the purpose of disposing of them, his wile and child being with him. Arriving at Bartles meat market, situated on the Milwiiuk'jc road, Kuneuiash got out of the wagon, to which the oxen were -out, and thu animals becoming frightened, run throwing the woman and child our, kilfiiisr the child almost instantly. )lid frozcn to death. tivcly so. It may be ndmisablc for an j the mother and child sitting in editor to lie in the streets, but in his ;L shortly one of the butchers came sanctum, never. Jliiic host Lewis, of the HuggitiS house lias made some improvements, and .U cleaned the interior and -added a new clectic liellwrangement communi- eating with every room, and manufac- tured expressly for him by W. K. Free- man of this city. is called to the new' adver- tisement of James Morgan, of Milwaukee, In another column. JIo offers unusual goods, and-evcry variety, of dress goods. .All de- partmc'nts arc full and complete, and the prices arc as low as any other house in tho west. a regular meeting of the Sons of Temperance society, last Friday evening, 'the following officers were elected C. H. Wwhburn, W. P.; Susie Elliott, W. A.; John Lunn, B. 8.; E. Bobert, A. R. 8.; C. Richards, F. 6.; L. K. Aldcn, treasurer; S. Bogers, chaplain; Win. Hughca, Con.; Aggie Winpcnuy, A. Con.; Lucy White, I.S.; Joe Richards, 0. S, JIIIU'IUUY 1'AliTV. Last Friday evening Miss .Jiettie tewis, dar.irhtM1 of Al. Lewis, of hotel fame, entertained a large number of her young at the elegant parlors of the Mug- gins house. It was a highly enjoyable affair, and far ahead of anything of the kind that lias occurred in this city for a long time. Music, dancing and other amusing pleasantries were carried on till about 12 o'clock, when a supper was served. Among the young folks present Misses Lorn Lewis, Edith Lewis, Carrie Lewis. Gertie Frank, Fannie Law- ton, Francis Wild, Kittle Knapp, Lorcua Bouton. Aggie Foster, May Carpenter, Looua Kline, Florence Bruce, Julia Lov- ell, Jessie Wiuship, Clara Oram, Grace Davis, Sophia Roggenbau, Maggie Rog- cenbau, Mamie Williams, Gertie Gay; Messrs. Charley Kampfer, Charles Frutt, Charles Hart, Dan Custcllo, John Wil- liams, Frank Thompson, Fred Billings. Frank Hayburn. Everett Pushcp; Fraak Dickcy, Charley Dickey, Jackson Case. George Bnkcr, Walter Winship; Louis j Kline. Allis Wild, Willie Gorton, Ed. and Richard Van Bnskirk. Jolin Holmes. Win. Sherman, 'Esq.. of Milwaukee, was in the city last week, and took several .photograph views of our bridges. 0-.iOs Miss Lillian Duffies departed from city last Saturday, for Ripon, where will tench school. Joliu Bartles, the well- known meat merchant, arrhvd home from Germany a few days ago. Mr. llaskins. of Milwaukee, has been in the city endi-uvoi'iug to introduce the telephone. Mrs. Page, of the Soldier's Home, Mil- waukee, was visiting friends in this city last Friday. Mr. David Bone intends visiting tin; Exposition, at Paris, next summer. Mr. C. T. George, Esij., and ar- rived home Saturday, from their visit to Chicago and Milwaukee. Mr. Jean Hall spout the Sabbath in this city. Mr. Earenlight, who left this city for Cincinnati a few months since, arrived in towii Sunday, and will move his family this week. Race Seymour, telegraph editor on the Chicago T.inies, was in town Sunday. Mr, A. Fixen left for Chicago Monday afternoon. Charley Taylor .left the city yesterday, for the Paris Exposition. Mr. Christgau, of Caledonia, wan in town yesterday. An American nook Abroad. Webster's Dictionary is now consid- ered throughout the coutincnt of Europe, not only the authority par excellence in English lexicography, but as .the charac- teristic American book. -It is better known and more widely circulated than and other. I have met with it at the Im- perial Library in Tans, the Library of, the British.Museum the Athemcum and other London Clubs, and numerous other I have heard of it trom Turkey, India, and even Japan. It is Everywhere deservedly applauded for the elegance of its type, the distinctncsl of iti impression, the beautyof the engrav- ings, and the vast amount of informition condensed within Cor. of Boston Pott. On Friday evening a few of the friends of Mr. and Mrs. Silas Glass completely surprised them at their residence in the Fifth ward. They took posscusion of the house and hud a good time. A flnc sup- per was also served. Among those pres- ent were: Misses EUa and Mary Thomp- son, Annie Jackson, Jennie Abrahanson, Gusta Lunn, Maggie Gcttis, Mary Veth, j the Misses Baumann, Jenuic Ives, Mrs. Frank. Tvcs, Duffy, Foster; Messrs. Colter, McFarlaad, Lackner, Vctli, Foster, Duffy, Bullock, Miller, Cark. Gorton, Frank and Hollistcr. On the same evening a pleasant .party took at the residence of Mr. Eddy on Xmin street, owing to it being 85th birthday. A good time- in general was had. LITTLE JO'M. The Camilla Urso concert largely attended last Friday evening, and was a IU9SC3S. Collected from and Abroad. Considerable improvement will bo made about our harbor this season, Last Thursday the sclu-. Richards, out- of the largest vessels on the lakes, ar- rived in port with a cargo of lumber. The protections along the lake shore, somewhat damaged by the recent have been repaired. The sclir. Holly, of this port, luis been in dry dock at Milwaukee, and received extensive repairs. Messrs. Taylor Stone, owners of the steam fish-tug Brooks, intend taking her to Escanaba this season. The schr. Richards was towed to Mil- waukee Saturday evening, by the tug Wetzcl. Capt. Lovcll reports all -this bridge tenders as being asleep wheu 'he arrived at that place. The sclir. City of Mauitowoc is to be commanded this season by Cupt. ClirU. Woolnougli Last Monday morning, Mr. Thomas Phillips, father of Wm. Phillips, one ot the oldest resident ot the city, dropped dead from heart disease while chopping wood. '-He hud been troubled with the diseatc for ft long time but his death, was not expected to sudden, although he old. At an honeitand enter- prislmr citizen he was highly esteemed, i and Ms death casts a gloom over the munity where he redded. The funeral took place from the Congregational church and WM lurgeH attended.
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