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   Evening Journal, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1890, Waukesha, Wisconsin                               f IB 800 Waniesha Families. in trade iiml maku 1 Call ciihtojucrh career ill be sunny you'll surely Ej'-K. U.--Tliis is tlic paper for you. Read in 800 Wiutesha Paniita. To ill trade anil inukv Call the customers Vour business career will lie sunny Ami you'll surely accumulate X. Is the paper for VOLUME L AUGUST 1890. NUMBER 105. e are pleased to announce Unit DR. J. M. WILL BE AT ILTJRI Consultation every morning from 10 to excepied. SILUIUAX MINERAL .Si'iii.vd COMPANY. If W't'l PERSONAL. G. M. T' rrncli nl' Tnd is .visiting his J. 1 E. Diirrach. Will J. Uoo'd.'ll of ChicuEo. i-' VTaiike- phu for a few vre-'ks for the bwiblit of his health. ._. TV. D. Bacon returned Tuesday from bis eastern trip. Mrs. Uic-xi will reniuin another week. Mrs. B. J. Gordon and three of anil AJiss Bortie of guests at A. D. Wonzor's. Myron of Iron is a couple of weeks with relatives friends i'i Myron has liis homo in Iron AtomiDiiin for about a year. FOUR STRAIGHT. SHEBOYGAN TAKES ITS SECOND VIC- TORY FROM WAUKESHA. PEARLS OF GREAT PRICE. The Inability of tlie to lilt the lit Critical Points the Jlfntcli Slichnycnii. The inability OE.the part of the Waukeslias but its mild satin like an ang'el's sbuul- Where tlic Diiinly Gems Are Obtained und How They Are Prepared for Cse. Pearls have been rising in value in the Eu- ropean market so and threaten to rise so that they may soon become the as they have long been tbe ele- ornaments of a beautiful woman. Many a jewel is fitty times as the ruby is richer in the diamond is gold and silver are more Ths pearl has to hit tlio ball when most ami the terrific pounding tuat the gave the loaUiery sphere tells the tale of ye.stei- day's defeat. The Sheboygans started in to and they were determined to bat the game out. They carno down with their working clothts on. and a sure eye. Before the end of the every man save one had one or more hits cr dited to him. Flyiiu.thB spider like c.auhor.M as an especial its rounded yet its moouy luster seems to have a more permanent over a dainty fancy than many a ruora vivid and more robust material. it is mere carbonate its globing form comes but from the sickness of an inverte- its colors are drawn not from the liv- iug but from its putrescence after death. An ornament that owes its existence to noth- ing but disease and decay certainly draws little from sentiment. In spite of their grim ALMOST FATAL. A CENTRAL EXCURSION TRAIN COL- LIDES WITH A SWITCH ENGINE. The Kncines Unrtly Suiuxhecl Init no Fur- ther Uiimiise Who is to An Occident that might have resulted in a most horrible catastrophe happened this morning in tbe Wisconsin Central yards. An excursion train consisting of ten coaclies filled with men. women and children bound for the lVaukes.ua County that had been up on the way from ran into an open and collided with a switch engine just backing out of the Cen- tral luiul er yard. Fortunately no one was badly although the trains came to- gether with sunk-lent force to smash the ta-ror to Davis. He opened' the game by a necklet of fine pearls remains a far IN GENERAL Bigsby will hnvo the of the new rustic fyin'.tain. At the meeting of the village Hoard uri Tuesday Vred Bulzt-r was iippoiulucl wooil inspector. ATTEMPTED MURDER. John Flynii AttucliiMl Hie Hired Blnii. liobbi'i-y Hie Uiu John a J'ftnuiir living nuiir Mill assiiultL-1 lust uigliti.y j man. and hadly cut Um hond ami face. Tim ob.j.'ct oi' the abtnck tn money tin- vii'lim siippnu'il In have on IIN Mr. Klynn strni'k on the Imck of tlio li-ud wil.li n and a doi'p g tsli fill. nisn liiilly Mil.1 liliir-koni-d. assailant misucccsfful in bis but made good escape. Ollicers arc now on his truck. Two Hiul Aecidcnls. Fred a C'entral brako- wLile coupliiiK at morning had liis risi't liand bully ci'-ii'iud So bnd -WL'i-c hin injuries thflt- it WHS fo'uul nocL'SSivry to ninpuLutu two of his linsers. As a result of tlic collision this a Tviper ill tbo I'Ou'id bouse ba 1 his o iMniU badly scalded. Tliinkins tlrit-i'l tlie lind beon lot out of lie unsci L'IVC 1 a stop-cock with the ixsalt. Dr. borry dressed liis but he will bii laid up for a couple- of weeks. ANOTHER FAIR DAY. Bunding the very first ball over the fence for a home and the npxt two times at bat doubles. Only five of the Wauk'shas hit tbo ball but they were so scattered Wit they did not count us much as the Sbi_- boyg'ins' singles. Phojiscume do'.vn with a new pair of pants on that hu did not uisii to soil sliding do so he smashed the ball very so bard that before it could be returned he i had crossed the plate and was bowi.-.g to the grand stand. Two home runs aie cred- ited to him. With the exception of Hai'U- Sheldon madu lliu longest bit er on ilia grounds. It was good fur n lio'no but fo purposes of piny he was I. bid on third bose. Morso cume down purposely to hit the bull and lie did. Threo out of a possible Coui ai-c to his crcd.t. Hartshorn got OIK- nml Bosivoin tuo. Davis was not at all in ho nu' but when he did get it over the it was .mrn to i-ome in oontict with a gun hat with a siuksning thud. Tlio game was tli9 hoaviost slugging ever and tha .Sboboyftan got the best ol' it. 'I he errors madu ou both sidjs were nlont oven as fnr as costliness is concerned. U'an- kushi succeeded in counting up twulve Shehoygnn wont them five better. Tho following is tht Finn i-f 3 1 b... p...... til'.. TD. 0 4 5 45 Tn. IS n. J 1 1 1 J 0 2 1 1 C 1 0 1 1 1 f .1 1 Crowds from nil SucliuiiK Die Many of the beautiful fancy articles jiot up yesterday were noticed this morning. Among these were a hand painted scene mounted in several sofa cushions and a dazzling amount of tinsel work. There ore also dozens of simples of lace work both knitted and and sevor.il very handsome spreads.skirts.fasciiifitor.-i.sliiwls aud articles ot infant wear. Toilet articlos without number the beholder to decide to which the palro should bo and tlio office of judge is no sinecure. The llcform school has an exhibit of ar- ticles manufactured at their institution. Those consist of slippers and uniforms. .Next Ibis is a display of strained and in the also samples of wax. A very Imndsomo and tempting display of pivsorves and jollies next. J3vory fruit preservahle is here and the and greens are bewildering. The vegetable display is very large aud line. There are large and potatoes lh.it are sure to capture a prize. Also a good dis- play of cucumbers and egg plrtut. Next these are samples of the Curtright metal slates and barb wire. The Stark of ililn-aukee keep a young man busy distributing yard measures. Flnmraer has a case of shoes and 1 and Miss Doe uns a very dainty and artistic exhibit of fancy work. In particular is a large case filled with fancy letter holders and made of hand-paint- transparent celluloid. She has also pretty scarfs and table spreads. Ic is alto- gether a verj- handsome exhibit. James large booth is covered with carpets on which are boys suits and caps. 'jfo House mid Uotol J'roprieturft. If you are taking boarders for tbe summer send to mo number of prices aud full particulars. 1 am constantly re- ceiving inquiries from parties making ar- rangements for their families for the summer. Address S. Tacoma building 111. tf. The Cottage gflllery will remaain one week more. uf -'b ir. r-ib fi p 4 Hanswein. Ib 5 O'Brien. 1C 5 ss 4 rf 5 13 7 1 n SD I J ro. their being t.iken to 'Total. .............n 13 10 U 27 10 Earuel Shelmy- Kan Two base steela 1. Three base Home Flvun 1 Double to Steelu. Base on DJIVIS olT Kei-ves Hit by Davis by Kceves Wild 1. Left on Sliebnysan -I. Struck out by Davis by Umpin- PICK UPS. Haturday a Chicigo city leag-ue team will appear here. The Waukeslias will play on the Fail- grounds Kri 'ay morning with the Wbi'.o- waters for a purse of Bauswein and Sheldon will be in the point for Waukesha. Our evening contemporary was sore at not getting the news of Bauswein signing with the VVaukesha aud therefore com- menced to slur him. He is with tho Wanke- and ho is gentleman and n ball our learned contemporary not- withstanding. Hopkins is losing his grip on the crowd. He has been petted too much und is inclined to be overbearing in liis manner. In his anxiety to please everybody he over-reaches himself. Waukesha asks favors from uo but they do insist oa thoir rights. Hopkins was all right when he was a but now it is time he was laid off. the Chichgo Exposition the Wiscon- sin Central will sell excursion tickets to Chi- cago and return at one and one-third fare for the lound plus 2.5 cents for admis- sion ticket to Exposition. Tickets will he sold on Thursdays Sept. and October uud aud limited until the following Monday. For further information apply to AI. T. Agent. _________________ Oconomowoc and Wauke- either on train or at Brookh'eld or Wau- kesha a lady's dark tan hand oxodized silver containing gold and paper money. Also lady's gold watch marked Tina W. Smith. Suitable reward given for return to Fountain or at JOURNAL ollice. For the Industrial to be held in Milwaukee Sept. -Jth to Oct. the M. St. Paul will sell round trip tic- kets at fare one with 2o ceuts added for admission coupon. Will sell Thurs- days and and from September more refined and dainty ornament than one of brilliants. Wo should naturally deck As- pasia with but Polyxena with pearls no it ought 10 be the other Perhaps one reason is tbe pres- ence in pearls of beauty without brilliancy. the star said planet has a faint moonlike Enormous srms have been given for pearls in all because they were SB beloved. Cleopatra would have swallowed a diamond bad not a pearl been arch snobbcss as she and tbe of great has been a synonym for the most precious possession from time immemorial. A whole fleet of boats is kept up to visit the pearl banks in the oriental and the banks have to be guarded and kept in order by the company between The who fetches up the parent mollubk has no easy time. He is highly trained to his and works diving with his life in his for sharks abound in the pearl seas. Forty to fifty plunges a day arc very five diving at a time relieved by fivfi who can retain their breath for several a'vorago is one min- ute and a bring up 100 oysters al each plunge. The when must be completely unloaded bc-fCK'o if the dead oyster might open and drop pearii before it was stacked. Then comes the stack- ing in as high as a room's wnll some- giad am I that I do not live to windward of an oyster The stack. sold by the buyer taking his chance whether any pearls are in the oysters he so buys. Ho may spend his all upon o stack and not get a single pearl. He may find a of great and recoup all former losses. When the pearl has to be polished with pearl a process which does not in- jure the opalescenc surface derived from tbe decay of the fish. It is drilled by the blacks and strung with others with great dispatch and skiil. The pearls are next those clearest in color and roundest in shape be- ing preferred. Then they come to be set. and the setter is paid one shilling per for his work. Tbe largest sum known to have been given for a single pearl Ls said to have been paid by Tn.vernier at Arabia. It was two inches and ite price was A very floe British pearl that has found a resting place in the crown of England came from tbe Gentleman's OCONOMOWOC. Miss Edith of is spend- ing a few days at Airs. H. M. Waruors. Misses Hattie and Bartha of were in town last weeks. Mrs. of a former resident of this spoilt Kuuday with friends in this city. Anthony of visited friends and relatives here over Sunday. Dr. W. T. who is practicing medicine in spent Saturday and .Sunday with Air. and Mrs. Or- vill Hathaway. The camping party consisting of Louis M. and their have relumed from Ciolden Lake. The stock of in the Eagle drug store has been sold to Warren G. of who will tako immediate pobacsaiou. ilr. the former locate m the west. The work on Johnson's dredge uas been pushed steadily this und if all works well it will be launched this Saturday. Ed. employed on J. II. Wiggmg- ton's farm in seriously injured an BEST OF SILURIA jl cue for repairs. Just who is responsible for the it Is hurd to O.d out. The engineer on.l crew of the s.vituh engine claim that posi- tively no orders had been received by them and that they know nothing of the approach of the excursion train. They had just eda car uf iiimber into the Central lumber yard and ivere bueidng out when die came. As there a sharp bend in tha track neither ongim-er could sec the other. Engineer Vurloy fays he was running only eight miles an but witnesses say tli.it lie was all cue way from eighteen GO twenty-live miles hour. If be was running but oight miles au lu c'.'iild IrU train m tiiuo Lo the onlJi-iun alter entering the switch. i- ptji-lly to as ho had orders to have his train ii'rler control. Tbe yard men aro also lor tm.-y had no target on thu switch by which the nr-fr whether the switch open or not. This is Vni-li-y's second collision rtitlim n. snort s-p.ii-n. ul time with the same This iiccidont will lefalt in the ilis- I'liM'gc nf ij tbe l.-iyuijf oil1 of t.iL i1 'luluct'T of ihe i-x'.'iii'a.on trjiin Solid Jnve.sl menc. tniid your address and age for an estimate the icsulL of 11 policy on the semi tontine in the Northwestern Mutual Life ln- suranef Co. combining all the advantages of Endowment and Lite policies iu' and affording a remarkable its div- idends are the largest of any American com- pany. JOHN H. Special UOtf Wis. Lo-t. August between Clin- ton street and Central on Wisconsin atorquoise scarf set in form of cro.-s. Finder will pleuse leave same at j ollice and receive reward. Delivered at Your Home Every Morning FRESH FROM THE SPRING Telephone Orders to the Spring Office. SILURIAN GINGER SILURIAN SILURIAN VICHYJ Strengthening and Invigorating FOR SALE EY ALL i. and Liquor Dealers. 1 2345678 of tbe Finest Barbel's in the state all in nfc the Tousnr's Broadway and Main street barber hhop. Look in oil when in need. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. C'KANK C. I1 Carroll's Wis. Collection Am'iier. THOMAS PAICKISU. 1 ANALYTIUA.L AND CONSULTING CHEMIST. Asoayer a.nd electrician. Fladlleld iiijxt to American Wa-ukesha. Wis. 1 M. I AT LAW. 3 anil I'uLiiej- s RTAJf ATTOUNEYS AT LAW. Wis. Do a general law business. Farticului eution Eivca to SKttlemont of estates. CK. AKMIK. i ATTORNEY AT LAW. O.Bce ia Poitofllce block. Waukeaha.'VVin. I ATTOB.NEY AT LAW. block. WniikesliA. Wla This beautiful resort is situated on in the- famous lake region about three miles from the c. ty of and one quarter of a mile froin Okauchee on the Milwaukee St.. Paul li. R. Modern Springs if not to the famous Be' hesd.-i of Waukesha. Fine livery nccon moriations. Saddle horses for ladies and gcnrlomcn. Fine new dining hall and alley. Open from May to November. Sp 'cialty serving large dinner parties. For terms address. hours' ride from Waukeshu over of the Spring Wis. a lli-bt-class roadway lauds yok ut thi THE NATIONAL Exchange THE PUREST AND BEST Natures' Remedy. FREE TO ALL. -OF- ilrs on Wallace's. while hay at Do not fail to attend the great clearing j to 19th. Uood to return Monday follovr- date of sale. T. H. Ag't. sole of boots and shoes at Robinson Ir- ving's. The Sunday Chicago the best Sun day paper in the United delivered at your house for 20 cents a month. Leave or- ders with J. B. Christoph at Evening Jour- nal office. tf Homeseekers' excursion tickets for the west and southwest ivill be sold Sept. 33rd aud Oct. good for thirty one fare for the round trip. Apply to the C. M. St. P. Railway office. Seventeen pictures for 2oc at the Cottage gallery. C. H. ButtiJi-neld has opened a studio for the instruction of pupils in drawing and painting. Classes in drawing from the antique and live model. Also painting from live still life and nature. Main and Clinton streets. Give me your gem and pll give you mine is the familiar quotation of the day. IT pictures for -'3c at the Cottage gallery. Lost. Between Grand avenue and Wis- consin brown alligator leather pocket- containing money and owner's card. Finder will be rewarded by leaving same at I. M. White's residence. The tchunib being worked by Ben. Eii- gcrton and John F. iiendtr to build a d- ion at the south end of the iron uas brought up before ihe common council lust Monday night. The gentlujnen of the coun- cil were evidently in good spirits and accept- ed it without a kick. The pavilion is 10 L'u feet long aud entirely of and the cost not to S3.00U. Old Foss' resolution was acci-jited by the council last ilonday night. The spring ac the foot oi street is to be open- and a jitile park made of the surround- ing property belonging to the city. Also liie strip of land lying between E. .Simmons' property and H.VH. .Shafeldt's is to lie lixed up lor similinr pm poses. Housekeeper wanted for a widower. A good home for the right person. Address WISCONSIN. Capital M. H. A. President. Vice-President. W. P. Cashier. R. IT. S. A. JOHN H. A. S. D. D. L. EDWARDS. _ ig Draws drafts ou all principal cities in Eu- rope. Passage tickets to and from Europe always ou hand. C. M. to J. T. box Wis. o-d time book somewhere in the vil- age. Finder please leave at JOURNAL oflice. Grand avenue.between College and Fountain a lady's owner can have same by discribiug garment and paying for this notice. Mrs.L. E. Magnetic and ilent.il Healer at the Andrews house. For tho State to be held m Milwau- the St. Paul will sell round trip tickets at fare one fifty cents added for admission coupon. Date of sale Sept. 13th to good to un- til Sept. 22. T. H. Ag't. DOMESTIC gewing JJachinej Clinton 'Wnulic.slia. Grand Avenue Hotel. WISCONSIN. Completely remodeled and refitted. Loca- tion very desirable on Grand avenue. Open year round. J. Proprietor. Best Cabinet Photos PER DOZEN __AI__ 28 Clinton Waukesha. WE MAKE THE ENAMELED PHOTOGRAPHS Something entirely having a mm-h brighter and richer polished surface than the former finished pictures. All work guaranteed to be the best. Prices consistent -with style aud finish of work. Open Sundays during August and G. Main IfiTaxikeslia. White Graham and Rye Bread a specialty. Qinge Furnishes Ornamental Cakes for Good Goods. Low Prices. ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED. SUMMER TRAVELERS should not fail to visit AND ITS FAMOUS and Mineral Springs at the foot of Pike's Peak. Water from these springs are shipped to all parts of the world. Sold in Bottles Only.   

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