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   Waukesha Journal, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1889, Waukesha, Wisconsin                               I d '__ bra J r f f m f -w THE JOURNAL More and Later News than all other County Papers Combined. THE J0URNAL has a larger circulation than any other Wauke- sha paper. X VOLUME III. AUGUST 1889. NUMBER 17 SARATOGA. PERSONAL. Mrs. Edith the well-known who has been ill for some time has so far recovered her Health as to resume her duties. Frankie Philler is visting friends Miss Nel1 e who has been in i J Mrs. S. of is visiting her Mrs. Mary Kelly. H K olf and of are H. Dingman's. charge of the reception room at is visiting friends in St. Paul and Minne- apolis. A. Bruce and were recent guests of Dr. F. C. Elliott. Mr. It Hi li i w Wi AfJ-i i and Mrs. Geo. F. Hawes visited the Bruce is connected with the Suhn Leather J i Thursday. Company. x J H. Waite has gone to Lieut. Gov. James of ft visit to her brother. jeMnie May Stone is visiting relatives I among the distinguished guests at the Foun- tain house. Mrs. Brewster and daughter of Bay have returned to their home after a three weeks1 visit with friends and relatives here. Mrs. G. E. Httin of Fremont and has been her brother P. M. Johnston of Ridgetown are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Z. BIl rity for a few days. Mrs of is the hur Will Shaw. The West of SILURIAN. Kan. of H. W. Kent. j't-rifllt of is visiting her Mrs. I Jr. jnluiJ. of this will visit the OV.MIS Point i'uir next Mis. K. H. Carney and Mrs. M. Newton life in Germany. ss Kmimi of is a i nf Mrs. A. D. din-ing the week. tin atuiuk of jnnlarial Cover. J. of Stevens is visiting C. A. Haertel. I Mrs. J. of was visit- departure for Chicago Monday. friends in this city last week. of olil time Waukesha friends. Miss Kray Gove is spending the week with ier Miss Lulu Collingbourne. It is reported that the enterprising man- ager of the Fountain Mr. J. M. has made arrangements to have the National Homeopathic convention meet here next which will be a card for Waukesha. TVIosfc Popular SILURIAN. Cash Ward sold to John Trum- of his celebrated long-tailed stallion and also the bay Swigert stallion the two bringing the round price of Mr. Ward also sold this week to R. J. of the Burlington Stock his horse Victor for C. P. of recently received a paper from Columbia N. that contained mention of a potato that weighed one pound and two ounces. Mr. Silvernail advises the New Yorker to take Greely's advice and go as he exhibits a potato which weighs one pound and nine raised right here in Waukesha. The encampment in Milwaukee was attend- on by Wm. B. Gushing Post G. A. of in a body. The boys report a glorious though the parade was a little too much for some of them. A large number of other citizens also and it is said that a few of them were badly squeezed in the crowd. Ralph Zimmerman has been appointed agent for tlie Northern Pacific Express Company at in place of Robert Waite. Mr. Zimmerman is one of our most exemplary young men and possesses business ability in a marked He will his new position in an ex- cellent manner. His friends congratulate him on his promotion. The funeral of Mr. of .Vwnon who Truax. Mr. Newton is employed in Monday was held postofilce department at Minneapolis. G. H. secretary and treasurer of the Edmond H. Everett bottling Johnston nee Miss Florence who has been visiting Waukesha the pasb has returned to her home in much pleased with the of the SILURIAN. Frank of formerly ii. T- Sherman was a guest at the a jowcier of doing business in the National exchange bank is f W. and are convalescing visiting numerous friends here. Miss Libbic and Miss C. A. of Mason who have been the guests of Waukesha took their Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Newton and son T-. i. iron io ttio of are visiting Mrs. i Mrs. I.. B. of is the .u_ Sum Harding has accepted a position as Newapki visited Waukesha the Catholic at 10 a. m. Mr. Jochus was cue of the veterans who anticipated a grand re-unionwith his fellow-soldiers at but the ex- citement seemed too much for for while preparing for the journey to Milwau- kee he dropped dead. Miss Rnsi-II. of I of with his family visited his The fire of Wm. of last for a Wauwatosa company. in the interest of his on Wednes- Miss Kfssie I'ark has returned to Wauke- day. and is a guest of Miss Laura Hadfield. Fmnk R g of fche a N_w 11. Mrs. tf- during the parents last week. He will be out again week destroyed his out buildings and Mrs. Cook and of King to give a bible and songservice. He is all growing wifch the exception of arc visiting Waukesha relatives. I Mrs. who has IHJOII seriously a faithful worker in Christ's vineyard. h Mrs. A. H. of k-k for the past is slowly improving. jsaac her are again at the Grand Avenue hotel. They have been vis- SILURIAN. itors there for more than a and Iv 0 Waukesha has attractions for them. Miss Lmiru of will ue ul' Mrs. F. W. Whitney during the m-k. K. L. of .River is vis- iting Oscar of oats. Every building was destroyed except ing his residence. There were two large four stacks of forty tons of bushels of 1.50 bushels of besides tools etc. There was an in- ri ranee or' about in the Lisbon Town LeniliiiK SILURIAN. John of the town of ex- Insuranue of which Mr. Steele was president. Most Popular S SILURIAN. Miss Amelia Enos lias returned home iftir u .lulightl'ul visit witth Appletou a sample of clover of this year's 1 a Ihc firm oi Ryan Merton nave their Jl 1______ _ Jl. n 4. I 111 11 Win. 0. who has been a resident if St. Louis for fifty is a guest at the that was seven feet inches taken from a fifteen acre Mold just like it. He purchased the seed from Huynes Son. new law uflice in the new opera house block ready for occupancy. It is ii model of ele- ance an i taste. The office is abundantl TWO DECADES AGO. Twentieth Anniversary of the Wedding THE FAMOUS SILURIAN. WAUKESHA'S PRIDE. of and Frame. One of the most delightful anniversary A F v Testimonials of Kecent Date that occasions ever held in was that of Friday Aug. on which date the twentieth anniversary of their weddihg day was appropriately observed by Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Frame and their many friends. Cannot Fail to Convince the most A Business whielx Shows Conclusively the Kmlorgement of 1'eeplo Everywhere. A PLEASANT EVENT. The handsome grounds of this spacious The in the first is deligKt- nnd elegantly appointed home were deco- fully located. This is a fact acknowledged rated in a manner suitable to so auspicious by all. Its location is a guarantee that if an occasion. Colored lanterns lined both h sides of the hung pendant from the branches of the magnificent shade and orna- there is any virtue in any mineral Silurian must of necessity them all.11 Entirely and at all winter and 'sum- mental and shed their delicate illumi- free from surface its fame is nations from the roof of the verandah. The growing rapidly as these superior points interior of the house was a wilderness of present themselves to strangers. Evidences fragrant blossoms. Great masses of gorgeous of this fact are becoming more apparent coloring filled jars and graceful every day. The Park has been crowded sprays of smilax trailed from picture and every day during the entire summer and the and the climax of floral decorations substantial friends of Silurian have increas- was reached in the gift of Miss ed more rapidly this season than ever be- great bank of flowers in front of the fire- fore. Many have been entirely cured of bearing the number picked out dyspepsia in a few weeks by tho nsa of hot in a contrasting gift than which which has become very popular. nothing could be more appropriate and Mr. the has spared graceful. neither time nor money in entertaining the As the central figures in this charming throngs of people who daily visit the park. stood Mr. and Mrs. Frame to receive Music in variety has been furnished by difl'er- the congratulations of their numerous cut musical organizations. The churches of who to the number of 150 pressed Waukesha have netted handsome sums forward to offer their hearty good through the free use of tho and Mrs. W. D. Bacon voiced the sentiments of llome popularity of Silurian is gen- those present by wishing tho host and orally conceded by entire Waukesha. hostess a joyful golden and diamond wed- testimonals which Silurian could whereupon Mr. in his happy obtain would nil a good sized but Sil- extended to all the guests a cordial urian informs us that it has nob deemed it invitation to convene again on those two necessary for several years to solicit any other anniversaries that now seem so far in testimonals at its business being aU that the dim and misty future. three of the most improved bottling ma- From OtoUp. m. an elesaut lunch was chines could turn in quarts and served in the dining which of itself is one-half gallon immense ship a work of art that can hardly duplicated ments in parafmie wax lined barrels and outside of a large city. Waiters from the tanks to a11 Parts of Fountain house were in attendance and ren- country. dered perfect service. As a pleasant Mr. J. M. who does everything tendered Mr. But of the many testimonials that have been and which tell in words full of truth and candor of the and Mrs. Frame and their guests a serenade wonderful curative powers of the by the Fountain house and for following leading1 jeweler of three-quarters of an hour the sweet strains is a fair of the the delicate fragrance of the June 1SSO. and the kindly feeling and good-will To Silur-itni of all assembled pervaded the house like a Wauke- veritable atmosphere. Mr. Frame ackuow- SomVsix weeks ago while sulVering with a ledged the compliment by a basket of fine high I was taken with acute burning pain in the kidneys and bladder suffering the most excrutiating agony for over twenty-four passing in my urine a sediment resembling coffee grounds and fruit. During the latter part of the Prof. of in the most charming a violin ac- which caused me intense pain to void. I companied by Miss Maude Kendrick on tbe procured a bottle of Silurian water which Many prominent Southerners are located equipped with all tlic latest things in legal at the Grand Avenue and lore and so arranged as to do a law business at that always well filled promises to on metropolitan principles. This is some piano. Among the distinguished visitors from a- were Mr. Eugene of state Bank of Mrs. Bre- Judge and Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. Goo. H. of Chicago. Altogether the occasion was one long to be remembered by host and hostess and guests alike. The JOUBXAT- is glad to add its quota acted 1 ike stopping in live minutes after drinking the burning pain and dis- either of which have never since I owe my life to Silurian and firmly believe in its virtues. Truly FRANK Main Street. 1 I tlfV ULld UdlVTClTO II Ll WVt 4 LA LSI VJtJVSJLA ttV I L LJ-1 A 1 JL I 1 lij -f 111 1 1 j tlimiL n i M i. f ii a alike. The JOUR.VAT. is glad to add its quota i n i- T be unusually pleasant. Among the thing new m a town of the size of r .Mr. tinil Mrs. Ue ot w J of good by which it expresses the 1 Tin irit- ir.m tr t UHMI visiting Airs. Truax during the arrivals is Jefferson who registers sha. Of Mr. everybody knows. He is from Kentucky. A. of spent Sunday with I Mr. and Mrs. M. Loom is and Miss Miss 1-1 at her home on of Geo. F. Bain and of Mrs. H. C. ih-s. S. H. HnulU'y ami daughter spent the I Morrison and of are the with MIL- family of Hov. K. P. guests this week at the residence of F. oof Milwuukt'f. Eastman formerly publisher of the ni A nu 1ms been a guest at the Fountain this week. the American express agent. Among the distinguished guests at the Putney house are Mr. Sims and of Mr. of I iU-v. T. ii. of Spokane KansaSf and Mr. Millner and of Spring- I the pulpit of the Congregational Millner is a member of the governor's and attended the G. A. R. A.lam of a veteran Enuampnient while here. K. num. is visiting John uf H. of spent Sunday 'i'li liis who is summering at the mini AviMiuy hotel. I1'. N. onoof the popular j'oung n'ii now holds a position in the jewelry I'A. L1. Nickell. Hit.' frii-mls of A. J. Thompson are pleased U-iini Hint he is recovering from a serious nvat trouble. telephone manager at spent a few days with his friends. Miss Lilly of New one of the most noted correspondents of the is stopping at the Coleman house. Under the uontleplume she does work for the New Orleans Washing- ton and other papers. She is an exceedingly agreeable and young lady. Leading IN GENERAL. Host of SILURIAN. The grand stand at the fair grounds has been enlarged. we're all going to the fair Sep- Carrio who spent some tember i the Park returnud to her Read the advertisement of the Agricul- ciiu-ago last week. A. Park and Miss Bess'ej up their residence in after leaving Waukesha. vice president of the C. M. I1. K. was a late the Fountain House. general passenger agent of tural elsewhere. More and better races than ever before at the September is what everybody says about the county fair this fall. The county fair this year will be the in the history of the so- Vv'UhV j _ iiu- 1-ountaiu House recently. ciety. had Bethosda park beautifnlly decoratetl this week in honor of the eiic-amp- UISi l-'aying a visit in Waukesha. Mr- anil Mrs. Geo. of who have been visiting Waukosha -A of Grant a ment_ the has been a Sorvces will be in the Baptist H. Jleagher this week. Clmch uext by Rev. W. B. U the former Editor from Chicago. Kouiitaiu House now of St. Leftoillg SILURIAN. Sherman will occupy their new store in the new Had Held block about Sept. t-njoi mg the encampment. bfi Que of fche finest hardware Charles of ST. is some woeks with her the Mr. Holmes on East avenue. Mrs. s. to s H. of ft- H. accompanied by lady one of the brightest young attorneys in the state. He is ahvays called to the front in matters of a public nature at home. Mr. his is a gentleman conver- versaut with both English and German. He has a.laage practice in Wai Racine and Kenosha and figured promi- nently in the celebrated Frank Allen murder case. He was a candidate for congress four years has been nominated for county and now holds the position of Mayor oi' the city of Burlington. The JOURNAL bespeaks success for the new firm. A DEAD STRANGER. IHie body of an unknown man was found on the railroad track about three miles west of Waukosha. and was taken to Genesee by a train on He appeared to be a German ubouc thirty-eight years old. WEDDING BELLS. sentiment of the community in which Mr. Frame grew from boyhood to and has won for himself and his family the re- esteem and not only of but also of a large part of the state. The business of Silurian during the past year has been such that often it has been necessary to work the extensive bottling machinery far into the night to keep up with the orders. An idea of the business being done in the leading cities of the United States is found in the following statement of the shipments to Chicago dur- ing the present 400 3UO SILURIAN. Special School Meeting. About of the voters interested in the welfare bf our schools attended the special school meeting called for Monday evening last. T. E. Ryan was chosen chairman and it was conceded by all that he filled the position with firmness and fairness toward all. A resolution at the outset was unani- mously passed that no one should speak to exceed ten minutes the first time and five minutes the on any point unless by cases gallon gallon besides two carloads of ginger ale and car- bonated Figures on shipments to other parts of the United States can be obtained at the Silurian or at the Chicago .'18 Ran- dolph Street. Tbe Silurian is undoubtedly Waukesha's and is the of that has been a boon to humanity every- where during the last decade. Keccptiou Gen. C.T. ut tlie The pleasantest event of the season at Waukesha was an informal gathering of on Tuesday evening to welcome and do honor to G. T. who has come up to test the famous waters of the of the The parlors of the popular Coleman House were crowded with a throng of smiling all eager to get a look at the of the and very warm was the greeting and many the kind things said to show the esteem in which the distinguished visitor was held by the repre- sentatives of the various states that were present. The Gen. is rather below medium size but is strongly built and graceful as a girl iu every with a fine head firmly set upon broad sloping shoulders and a charac- teristic face lit by such a pair of eyes as one seldom but kind. His short cut hair and full mustache are white with the snows of many winters but otherwise there is no sign of age about and his manners are those of a true gentle- and with no touch of self-conscious ness which might well be par- doned in one so distinguished. Tbe programme of the consisting of recitations and was admirably carried out. ami everyone pro- nounced the all'uir a perfect suc.'eess. An original in negro was given by Airs. wife of .Judge Murrick of the Supreme bench of a poem to also was recited by the well known southern author- Mrs. M. S. of New Orleans. Mrs. Thomas of read with good Oie Massali tale of the Rio was touch- ingly rendered by Mrs. Wallace of New Orleans. A recitation by Hiss Lily was much applauded and in answer to an she responded with a short original the literary part of the entertainment closing with a spirited recitation by Miss Lillie of Orleans. The music which interspersed the recita- tions led oil' with an artistic rendition of Laurie1' by Miss Ciotilde of the Crescent later on the same young lady favored the audience with Mi's. Wallace Wood sang with great expression Burns1 beautiful ballad and Little a was admirably rendered by Mrs. McVicker and her of the former lady gracefully responded to re- quests with a charming vocal and Mr. Thomas Gibson sang the father- ing in a fine tenor voice. Tbe exercises of the evening Mrs. Gibson said a few words of on the part of those to the distinguished stating the pleasure all felt in meeting one with whose name every state in the union is familiar. Gen. Beauregard re- sponded to the expressing his grati- fication at the warm reception tendered him by so many strangers and his enjoyment of the entertainment of the evening. Some time was then spent in social every one seeming loth to break up the party. SILURIAN. Party ut the Fountain House. The Tombola party at fche Fountain perhaps the first of its kind given in Many Waukesha people will bear with imaniinous consent of the This pleasure of the marriage of Hiss H. L. Was done to prevent the disgraceful proceed- I was a very successful and amus- Witcher of Mason to C. H. Cum- jngs Of the former meeting and had the As many may not be on mings of which took place effect to facilitate the business before the tne a description of that of Satur- at the residence of Mrs. S. Ayers of Wauke- meeting. It was clearly evident that the larg- nieht may n11 a long-felt A com- Aug. Rev. C. W. Camp offici- est majority of those present were there for mittee of Mrs. E. of Evans- ating. The bride was born and brought up business and any one attempting to fillibuster aild Mrs- J- of- fche Foun- at Waukesha and formerly a teacher in the would soon have landed the The- levied on all who signified a wish to a tax of cents. The Industrial school OUTING. h'rst resolution to make the school district an accredited high school thus receiving sum thus raised went to purchase souvenirs W. A. Nickell and his L. F. about from the State annually from articles of beauty and had an enjoyable fishing excursion with no additional expense for utility to trifles of less value than a to thu Tomahawk chain of lakes last teachers and only one slight change in the were enclosed in fancy or These are probably the finest fishing grounds curriculum of was passed tmani- boxes of varying a the and contain some of the most romantic and mously. picturesque scenery in the country. The The second to raise on I Each prospective buyer was then furn- gentlemen stopped at the Minocqua bonds at not over 5 per pay- ished with made paper money to the amount and speak in the highest terms of the ser- February 1 in each of the years _ ____ TI -n m to w. eight- years vice and the genial F. R. Tnpp. each year and on February boxes and packages were placed on a table Phsicians' SILURIAN. They journeyed via. the great St. Paul and on February in the great and the auction- which of itself added pleasure to the making a total of was then passed Messrs. Sam of They brought home several fine flsh as evi- and Lee' tbe denc'cs of their piscatorial dexterity. in mainly by K. L. Gove and t I stores in the state. There are plenty of hitching posts with feed boxes attached at the fair so Waller will leave Waukesha that all farmers attending the fair need The Most Popular SILURIAN. Honors to turned loose upon the expecting crowd. The W. against the fol- bidding was like the dancing at the unhallow- E lowed by ft-oiii John Crray and j ed scene Tarn O'Shanter was a wit- a Philhpic from the Hon. D. H. Sumner in favor of it. and and as they bought With the old indebtedness of on with no clue but the external cov- erroneously stated at this will make the money melted rapidly and the total debt of which is -n perhaps some Yesterday morning Waukesha did honor payable February and the payments to Mrs. Gen. Jno. A. and distinguish- are so arranged as to liquidate about I Dainty little or just as likely a worth- the winter with her r have no fears on this score. Married at St. Joseph's Wedues- j 3Sthi Heriry of Pal- Grand Aveuue' to Miss Louisa Schleising- kWOimg0' visiting Lake View. ervillej Rev. W. G. Miller performed M. who has been spending tne ceremony. Uc with her sou F- J- has returned to Waukesha. gusie Hart was seriously burn- while ascending the stairs she stum- of and Johnnie Le I bled and spilt a tea-kettle of boiling water are the guests over her. She is still confined to her bed r and Mrs. F. LeRoy. but it is hoped she.will entirely recover. ed party. Tney arrived in a special car via per until ail is paid t Geo. B. Blair and A. F. Estberg were ap- the at about 10 aud pointed to confer with theTToard as to plans under the care of Long Jones and they and specifications for the building. adjourning to Bethesda where hand- The vote to the action of former i i j rpu i meeting as to purchase of five lots from was indulged in. The whole Thos. in Hyde Park was party was photographed by W. G. on the board was instruct- the Bethesda artist. At about 11 o'clock the ed to purchase the Spence providing Mr. honored guests adjoined to the Fountain quit all claim to the school f i district all his right and title to the old where a banquet was given by Mr. site he is supposed to hold the reversiona- _ _ _ A _ A W _ M .K _ The party consisted of Mrs. Gen. Jno. ry interest in as his deed from the Bid A. Mrs. Gen. R. A. of Michi- wells gives him title to all lands north of T TV Tir TIT- Madison street not heretofore sold. Wm. L. of Miss c t Euos said he would vote the of Detroit. Hou. Penu Spence site if Mr. Spence would concede of the Chicago Inter Capt. John J. this point. Mr. Spence in a nice little speech Clerk of the appelate acceding Capt. Edw. cousin of Gen. and Tllus endeth the special school meeting. Col. Thos. H. of Chicago. The in the much with and their treatment here. 1 SILURIAN. less Every one enjoyed the and was either pleased or amused with the individual In addition to those already Mesdames G. H. and Louis Mrs. Mark of and Mrs. and Miss of con- tributed largely to the success of the under- taking. AJI informal hop was the apropriate termination of the evening's pleasure. SILURIAN. man to run Hoyt bottle washei or a bottling table. Apply at oflice. WHITE ROCK SPHIXG Co. 1 SILURIAN. Woman Last Saturday afternoon a goodly number of with a small contingent of the other convened at the residence of E. F. on Grand to greet Mrs. Emma Webb of the eloquent champion of the rights of women. Mrs. Gove-Hawley delighted the assembled ladies and gentlemen with some fine vocal and instrumental music. Mrs. Haskutt re- cited Poe's immortal love Annabel and then the lady entered upon the serious business of the hour the reading of a well written paper emancipation of women. She did not make out every woman an abused and every man a tyrant and a but her reasoning went to prove that men and women are of equal im- portance in the and urged that they be co-laborers in advancing the host inter- ests of the race. She broader privileges for the sisters and that they receive equal compensation for rqual that they be given a voice as to how they shall be and that they be allowed to stand equal with men as free American citizens. The sentiment pervad- ing Mrs. Haskett's remarlcs was embodied in the oft-quoted line malice toward none- and charity to Haskett is a lady of fine possessing a well modulated a charm- ing and the gift of disarming oppo- sition. She was listened to with marked and those who may not be especially absorbed in the subject could not fail to be impressed by her sincere and whole-hearted spirit. At the close of the address Hon. T. Thomp- of set forth his sentiments in a neat little and Mrs. of Xcw made a few witty extempora- neous remarks. A movement was inaugu- rated to form a Suffrage society in Wauke- sha. SILURIAN. Cunl of The many friends who rendered us and our beloved death ne now kindly assistance during our recent bitter trial and we hereby return our sincerest thanks. CUAS. H. ELGER. SILURIAN.   

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