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   Waukesha Journal, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1891, Waukesha, Wisconsin                               JOURNAL circulation tl.iin FINEiEFFECTS 4RE OFTEN ?LA AND WHITE. SZETJtiEAD- IK THE JOURNAL. NUMBER 4, WAUKESHA, WIS, SATURDAY, MAY 30, 189L This brings to mind the old saw WEATHER Approaching is what makes everybody look for something cool. 1C you want to relish the finest delicacies in existence, then buy a That contains a RECEIPT BOOK called "FROZEN DAINTIES'" that teaches the art of making with ease ICE CREAM, all varieties. u FROZEN PUDOIUGS, ICES and PUNCHES, SHERBETS. for binding twine and grain-bags to be made out oE marsh hay. It is claimed that the twine and the bass can be manufactured of this material at much less cost than by the present method. The Columbian Theater company have held the Opsri house for the past week. Owen BarcletC, the star, is an actor o: con- siderable talent, and is ably assisted by Miss Dot Bartlett. The rest of the company are about the averaee. To-night they give away a 101 piece China sot. The play is Dr. Jeykell and Mr. Hyde. Martin Steiniiauser, a bright, promising lad of about thirteen years, was taken from Palmyra, Friday, by Marshal Agan to the Industrial school The boy was homeless, had no near friends and no moans of support. His mother, Mrs. Theresa Steinhauser, is serving a life sentence at Waupun for the murder of his father some three years ago. Tbo present system of running throueh cars under seal across the country shortens time and avoids transfers. The Flint and Fere Marquette railroad, witb its perfect! system and prominent connections, brings, New Y.rk aud Boston freight to its western terminal points-Milwaukee and Manitowoc ments J. Ulo Ul fw no great loss Out there's some small -gain. TO.. GKA.CE RESIGNS. four and five days. this way. Order shipments WE ALSO HAVE THE------- otic Freezer AVhich is Hrst-class in every respect but lower m price. _ Why will the Democrats mourn, and why will the Democratic lion roar, and why heaven's name does it not flee to the moun- tains of Hepsidearn some people are crue enough to say that the Ringiing Brothers missed a splended Cbance when here to m- croos their attractions by not negotiating for the Democratic organ witb its unsur- passed lugubious tones in exchange for their bagpipes. A general misapprehension seems to exist mail coming into Wauke- l P v ft Ferry Grace has handed in his resignation as roadmaster of the C. M. St. P. railroad to take effect as soon as his successor can be appointed. Mr. Grace has filled this posi- tion for more than a quarter of a century, during which time he has brought to bear on his work that keen discrimination aud oool judgment which are marked characteristics the gentleman. He has mado for him- self hosts of friends in railroad circles and hosts of friends outside, and bis 'withdrawal from the great St. Paul system will be a great loss to the road. If a vote could be taken throughout Waukesba it is probable that no more popular man than Mr. Grace could be found with all classes of society. COMPOUND BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION. Mrs Fred Wardrobe and Mrs. George Stoltz, Sr., are only throe days apart in point of age Mrs. Wardrobe's birthday fell on last Saturday; that of Mrs. Stoltz on the following Tuesday. It was not convenient to celebrate in good orthodox style on either ot these days, so two. ladies concluded to pool their issues, so to speak, and to recog- nise the day that belonged equally to neither. This was accordingly dona at the hospitable residence of Mrs. Stoltz, and it is safe to say that a happier party never assembled even OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE BARGAINS CARRIAGES. 3CIPEPES CARTS UnfiT GIRLS' SAFETIES_ Mrs. J, H. Cahill who has spent several seasons in Waukesha has returned and will remain through the summer. For tbe pnst six mouths she has been reveling in the tropic delights ot Georgia and Florida. Mrs. Cahill is with her old friends, Mr. and Mrs. Jones at the American house. IN GENERAL 'SARATOGA. PERSONAL. last Sunday wi The ordinance in relation to the closing of saloons, goes into effect to day. W. J. Wallace had a surprise party Mon- day night. The little girl is doing well. There was a family reunion at the home of W. B. Strong on Saturday of last week. Edw. Leo, a blacksmith, had his band crushed at the Central yards last Saturday. Miss Snsio Horn, housekeeper at the American house, purchased an elegant up- right piano of K. F. Thayer. The many friends of Mrs. A. C. Nickell are rejoiced to learn that she bos so far recov- ered from her illness as to indulge in in sha lUy tbo arrival of tv trains carrying mail but tbe bulk of it c io tbr mivninc. In pP historic heavyv.iailc..meu.t4p. impression is that this arranR in-iir -btains. OU timers and squads ot SL- 100, children llocfe to the post office at 4 o clock of the fact that hive changed you get most of your .nail in the morning. 4.mou" the mnst. attractive books th.it lrometothee.litorttaU.1 at this ar, prepared by railroads setr.ino; forth the I attractions on their lines. All Miclifcan and eastern resorts are cwily aud cboaply reached by Viking the mornin- steamer ol and Pore Marquette Railway from Manitowoc or eveuhiK steamer from kee and travelers will be promptly furnished with books and maps descriptive of any Michigan, Canadian or eastern resort, also rates of fare, etc., by addressing Manitowoc, Milwaukee'or St. Paul agency. that a nappioi under that roof which has a record of enjoy able gatherings. About twenty guests' were present who wished that such a thoroughly good time might occur again at an early date. THE DIAMOND INTEREST. The formal opening of the season at the base ball park will take place to-day, Satur- day, between tht Dolafields and a picked nine. The game will be called at ly after the conclusion of the ceremonies at the cemetery. The time was sat so as to ,ive all an opportunity to witness the game monies even more impressive and interesting than usual Carroll college is an institution in which all the friends of education should take a general and all residents of Wauke sha should take a local pride. Many of the alumni have gone forth from her halls to win fame and fortune as orators, jurists and in other lines of inteDigent work, where a heavy mental equipment is essential to suc- cess. Several of tbe alumni will present on this anniversary occasion, testifying to the deep love they have always retained for their alma mater. The program is appended: At Carroll college and grounds; p.m., junior and middle class entertainment; field contest in Scotch games; meeting of board of trustees. At Pres- byterian church parlors and audience room: p. m., alumni banquet; popular meeting Addresses by C. L. Thompson, D. D., of New York City, Rev. A. A. Kiehle and Hon. John Johnson of Milwaukee, Rev. T. E. Birr of Racine, and others. The exercises during the day are entirely free, and it is hoped that the public will gen- erally avail themselves of the invitation so generously extended. In the evening an opportunity will be given to the friends of Carroll to testify in a practical manner the high regard in which they hold this institu- tion. THE JOURSAL hopes the response will bo liberal. WHAT TO WEAK ON YOUR HEAD. A stroll through the always artistic mill- inery parlors Of Madame Varley reveals the fact that the choicest of material for sum- mer head wear is just now being presented to the view of the ladies ot Waukesha. The fabrics are dainty enough to grace the head of Titania, and the flowers are as natural as though constructed in nature's own work- shop, rather than by the skilled fingers of Parisian work women. Among the midsum- mer materials are the gauzy crepes, in all shades, and crepe lisse which can be hod in These make tbe airiest looking a spray of For the next 10 days we will sell Baby Carriages At Cost. Blair Estberg. A of .rcv of Mukwonago, was in less this week. Livlwrnuxn with Silurian is in ihn fur a few days. of England, is visiting her Hrs. T. W. Hughes. r. CilbOTtuml son Roy are visit- feii.ls in Ltimo.it, Iowa, d Mrs. C. M. White gave a large last evening. Rust of Randolph, Wis., was tofhurson, a. H. Rust, this week. v, of the Rush Jlodic.xl College is home for the summer, iiytil oi 0J.k Park wa? the gues il, Olio F. Phillor, last Sunday, fwhiuin-ton of Peatwater, Mich., is M-.Liushter, Mrs. J. S. CoHln. Mrks, D. and Ea. Lins tU'SKled court on Wednesday. MoCounoll and her little' son o, are guests at the Park hotel, iunie Shaw hxs gone to Chicago to ilwid. Miss Mamie Me Mullen. 111 IVHette of Oconomu'voc, visited fen 1 Mrs. E. W. Malone, on Tuesday. iuison of Louisville b'is rented the of A. C. McKmfhc for the suna- .......o Hill of Milwaukee has been M of Waukesha friends for tbo past ui 1 XI. Young and little son of visiting friends S. Keonan, representetins the1 fa- ll> irmigtou route was in Waukesha Trottman and Robinson of Mil- wore in attendance at the circuit a short ride. The Methodist choral society furnished due music at the uniun service at the Pres- byterian ctturcb last Sunday evening. -O cried I, "Corwanm diRgast tl.cm this "We're laying the sewer down." Mr and Mrs. Arthur Blair returned on id are experimenting their homo on Cook with housakeopiti street. To.day, Saturday, May 30, being a holiday, the post office will be open as usual closed The following clipping from the Savanna mi Weekly will be interesting to the Lny friends of Mr. Smith, formerly a resi- dantyof Waukosba: "For some torn, J. Francis Smith of this place, a sou ol Mrs. M. A Smith, our milliner, has been sturtymg painting in Paris. A few days since the "entleman won quite a dKlnction havmg a painting, which he produced, the Salon. Something of the nature of the won will be understood, when it is known that over seven thousand paintings were presented, and of them, eighteen hun- dred were accepted. Many of those re- iectcd were by older and celebrated artists. Mr. Smith is to be highly felicitated en his good fortune. Two good work horses for sale cheap by T. Haynes and Son, Waukesha. ARMED AVD EQUIPPED. The Carroll college cadets received their Ul.lt; ttivi c hare come smiles, and after the decoration of the graves of our country's heroes noth- ing is more appropriate than the spectacle of our national sport. Let all assist at' the I opening of the season and give the boys a "ood send-off in the shape of an inspiring audi.nce. Fine amateur playing is looked tor. HOTEL IMPROVEMENTS. Extensive improvements are now in pro- jn-ess on the Hotel Indian River, Rockledgo, Fla under the direct personal supervision of Mr, Andrew S. Lee. The new proprietor, Mr M. P. Dwyer, having purchased the hotel property aud orange grove from Mr. J. VI Lo., intends putting the bouse m class condition for the season of 1S112, by building 100 additional rooms, increasing dining room to double capacity, adding new work engine room, electric plant for light- ing both hotel aud grounds, Quo Otis eleva- tor etc There will also be built a bath bouse and swimming pool where guests can be supplied with hot aad cold sulphur baths. A beautiful boating pavil- ion will adorn the river front, where steam launches, sail and row boats will be found. I Mr. Wm. Siusel, the supervising architect, of is now on the ground superintend-1 'THE PLACE TO DEAL" T. HAYNES SON. OUR PRICES: Fine Machine Made Harness, Fine Hand Made Harness, Fine Hand Made Harness, Rubber Trimmed, Heavy Team Harness, to 15 to 17 18 to 25 20 to 30 hoay, e until 13m., at which hour it will be closed for the rest of the day. The little six-year-old son of Mr. Hotter living on Fremont street, died Frid ay morn- ing of croup. Two other oh.ldraa of the same family ara also sick. The severe frosts since our last issue did immeasurable damage to tbe fruit crop. There will be no home grown strawberries no apples, and not much of anything elsd. The Pewaukeo G. A. R. Post will conduct village. and Attorney E. Mercon of t graceful lady bicycle riders a aue, C .V Haertel. Although she has had ?vhee'l but a short time, she bos become quite expert. rue utinun arms and accoutrements from Madison last Thursday. The cadets take to drill and tbe carrying of arms as naturally as though gaim-visaged war might be anticipated any moment. With a little drill they will make a very creditable showing. AN INCREASE. Inquiry at the Central depot elicited tbe information that the passenger business out of Waukesha at the present time is largely in excess of what it was a year ago. The increase is accounted for by virtue of the fact that tho Central is rapidly growing to universal popularity, and. our towns- people are awake to the fact that next to the word "Waukesha" nothing should be dearer to tbern than the words "Wisconsin Cen- lij v tj ine the Hotel Re- porter. A REASONABLE LOOKING SUGGESTION. A pertinent suggestion made by one who knows whereof he speaks is that enlongated watering troughs be placed in connection witb the drinking fountains now in use. The drinking fountains as they stand are ornamental and in a measure useful, but their usefulnas- is curtailed by their limited capacity. They hold about three pails of water, and accommodate one horse at a time. If another wants to drink he must wait for the first one, and then for the fountain to re-filL It there is no demand for the water after three pailfulls have run into the recep- taoal, the rest overflows and does no further pood'than to help flush the sewers. The long troughs would accommodate several This ROAD I AGON HORSE BRUSHES, FLY NETS, WHIPS, SWEAT PADS, HORSE COLLARS, at Prices That Knock You Silly. We carry a larger line of Carriages, Carts, Wagons, Etc., than all other Waukesha put together. The advantage is that you have this im- mense stock to select from at Prices Below All Others. ong teams at one time; and would prevent block- the street and the delay which is una c onvenience aCforded thereby would) wo children of Mrs. Sarah Cooper, wh two weeks ago, have been taken to M.1- vL and placed in an orphan Asylum. Mr. Cooper died in the most destitute cir imsel, who has beou superintending :-nsive additions to Hotel Indian i la. lias returned home. Vbrains and Mrs. A. Semple .of too woo spent a few days this week Truiix on South street. r. Clutlin of Muskego was in town ay. He had one of the finest herds of 1 stock to be seen in this section, t A. Smith of Wisconsin Advertising is in town. Mr'. Smith is now ar- fS rule and regulation cards Tor our Oilman, assistant register dfeds aiiny with delegates of the Baglelodge MS, wont to Etkhorn last, evening" i a triple conference of the Third T? Robinson, of the firm of Robinson has purchased tbe Gibos property on street for residence is now T L Bvittertield. whose lease expire until September, rtorlw Weiside and wife who have spent in Riverside, California, Waukesha, While away Mr. a p HE CATCHES CHIPPIES. "Jim" the phenomenal cat at Banner's drugstore, is still the cat attraction of Wau- kesha Jim takes advantage of the pleasant vraather, and meanders at will throughout the town. In his trips, however he never allows any one, not even the boys from the store any familiarities. Some one under "took to pick him up on the street the other day and teeth sank deep into his flesh. Jim catches sparrows which Will Dunlao nick-names no flier, on Jim. ANOTHER ATTACK. Arcadian Heights-Choice Lots For Sale; These are the Choicest Lots in Waukesha, and are being sold at low prices and on terms to suit purchasers. Now is the time to buy a beautiful residence lot for a VV J small sum. For particulars enquire of IRA KIM BALL, c-rch; Thursday, under the! R LABAR, J. J. CONSTANTINE, Or of tbe Baker's Dozen was highly en- W H ANDERSON. joycd-by the friends this culinary organ-1 W n -tt-lX U J- ization, and the public generally who at tend in large numbers any eutc given in this pleasant place. The some other items on the menu nished by the ladies of the church, bu I Q-iVBr ttnd steel is much used and ornameuus i Asaacaseoi. fancy dishes, cakes, etc., were exclusively wrought out the Bame metals Berlin, 18, the facts of which furnished by the wide-awake Dozen, wnose combination. Gilt, silver and substantially as follows: skill in these matters is universally jn t demand judging Minne Jaeger, whose home is in >ew nized. The young ladies wore in character steel lace erpensive orders Berlin, had lately returned from Milwaukee, ostume, each representing some popular in- irom or she bad been raffer. terestof the day. The factors Burned mad lacey looking hats ing from tbe grip. She had como home wereas follows Dago, Mr% cbip lace ,tniw and Neapolitan braids. Loping to recuperate, but had shown no- Italian costume; Waukesha, Lulu Bright, for but for both ladies and signs of being or having'been seriously ill. tto SAD SUICIDE. y, with their grayish green fo- irresistably charming frame Ttfinnie Jaeger of New Berlin Takes Hor Tricotine in gold, Own XJfe. used and ornaments J A sad case of suicide toot place inJSew Thompson of New York, PresDyterian J north western divisional bra. band fair, white and S of sixteen pieces will visit Waukosha on I Tuesday, 0-e 2, and hold a, {rom; Io, I Godded Mary Griswold, in Greek costume; Baker's Dozen, Mrs. Amy Blair, black and (club colors) garnished with cakes Dress Reform, Carrie Morse in dress; Ladies' aid Kankin, fancy work on dress; Base Ball.Lot- tie Haynes In base ball costume; Telephone, invited to attend The cellent music. Camp will b the meeting. I The band will play somo ex- Admission 15 cents at the him. Alice Kosiua Cooper Edward door to'defray erpenses. HE DtnnfED A J'zw1- A funny incident took place in justice North Greenfield a year, and a Jbsrt Wallace, formerly of this place bu of Ottawa, Kan.V surprised his friends i. relatives with his presencu Tuesday the crops to be in tt location of a "Hating condition.out west. much talk about'the representa- nnpany looking through AIUUIIJ lin.iv.'-'i..- last week. One of our citizens being tried _ mail carrier's ,'s Rights, Maud Williams, mixture of 1 en last wees. i mala and female habiliments. Quite a neat for some trivial'civil matter j sum was netted for which'credit is Jue tbe energetic Dozen. CA2ROIX COLLEGE AXSTTEBSJ Next Tuesday, June 2. win mark the an After the verdict of pronounced, the defendant m the id the room and remarked: ;a CVMVA i ijigna ui VA Leghorns in Qn Saturday she assisted with the ordinary inmmed with 'a WOrk of the household, and shortly after such as breakfast went up frtairs, leaving part of the his pictures. work to be attended to by her sister, Ger- "Madame Varley keeps very band- trude. After a short time Gertrude went np her stock is not utairs to summon Minnie and was surprised She has always LQ the door of her sister's room closed, ail tastes and all purchasers; and a fragment of her'. dress caught in the at: prices rang- door. On opening the door the body of the her purchas- 'girl' wes found hanging from tbe it She Decoration Day and. outside, drawn the end over the top and but as she has effici- I her trunK lor a urup. beserved. was quite dead. A physician was summonea bnt all efforts at resuscitation were frmtlera. A FAVOR. A coroner's jury was impannelled, who, Those navlnc of our tajrfug the testimony of the nhvaidan d casen will do us a favor by kindly no- and other pronounced that effect, and we _wlll about 19 years old. She was. a .____________ able young lady, MISEBAI. CO.   

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