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   Republican-Freeman, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1888, Waukesha, Wisconsin                               i.J j ...i. TIME TABLES. C. M. ST. P. R. R. Tor TCircine. Slaliyns. Chicago... Kx Kx filill A 2 17 3 M 7 15 8 M 10 Ifi 11 45 115 r M. 10 ris 10 12 10 1 J5 M M 1 1 M 12 00 r M 1 P Ji C M 1 -ft V H. 0 5'.i i 7 JO 110 20 P 31 7 00 A Train leaves Wnukcslia al G.10 A.M.. al Milwaukee d.Hl and Chicago u.30 A. M. Train leaving lit 5.20 I-. connects with IVjrl'civaukeeand Ocoiioniowyc. From nnkcc and Slaliorra. Racine..... Milwauko Kx Stm Ex Sun Sun The'IVTethodis ts Celebrate. The Methodist Festival last evening j An ueljourned meeting of the Pro- proved very tlfcctu.'iL in a .small i bibition Club will be held-this evening in tho old notion that a pos'poned enterta'jmient is syiiony- inons n-iih Jixxle. There ivu.s aniueh larger attendancev than fairiy All are have been expected under the cirnum- and the entertainment offered ivan very .satistactoiy. The Grand j Avenue Orchestra of com-1 the To'.vn .-it S o'clock. Among others the Rev. H. P. JJfiyleU will address the meeting. Late Arrivals at Lake View Park. Mukwonago. E. C. W'Kx'j'Kxfilaily Sun SuinSiiii A Mi A 31 -M P Ml M BOO 11 5 SU 1 25 6 JO 05 8 50 r M I 'I 1 'JO'......1-1 5 35JG -ID'S 25 15 151 2 55J5 WO 10 G 80j9 lOJll A Ml A Ml I' M I posed of tvrelve rendered de- Mis-s v- N- Friedman and L. R. S. R. The. Clia-s. E. Ers- J. J. F. A.Anson and A. J. Glen B. Cross- The night express leaves Chicago at r. A. ami nrrivea al Waukesha at A. except Suiulny. SUNDAY Milwaukee in S.-IO A. M. arrives at Wmikraha nt A. M. I-eave.s Chicago nt 8.30 A. arr. at 12.15 noon. WISCONSIN.CENTRAL LINE. In ell'cct June 1SSS. Wniikcsha. Arrive flhitafo. 4 05 a. in. daily. 7 0 05 a. m. IJ il- 80 a. in. 10 .10 a. in. I1- 05 p. in. clailv ex. Sunday. 5 Jo p. in. ilaily Iu P- Leave Cliicago. Arrive Waniitsha 8 SI a. in. daily. 1- ''I I'- OU daily ex 1-15 3 00 p. in. daily. Depart 15 5 X go do ID 15 10 30 dc 1 55 a. in. Trains marked tlius liniilci.'. C. N. R. R. TRAIN'S tJCUNd WKST. NO Ilil f-VO Lve Arr Milwaukee Arr U'anke.sliii..... 11 5 7 00 1 5U. 8 S ri' TRAIN'S KM M. Lvc WmiVcsJui Oil Arr Milwaukee Arr 7 00. 511 10 001 'J HO vnr DAILY FREEMAN. JULY 188S. fnl and was s by vocal solos and recitations. voorn was prettily decorated with Hags and white blue and the waiters displayed the same patriotic colors in the. decoration of Costumes. The as man. Charles H. Mrs. A. J. Haye.s and M. D. nurse and Chi- givrn in pir.sturday'.s Fi'i.-uJiian was oar- ritd out thu uxception of tho piano solo by Miss The.sa who was unable to be and the addition of a sonjj by little Chinch Bugs North. Cenl-r.-Ji.-i The -chinch bug pi-sr- is iloing an inestimable dam- age to many farming sections in Wood riiiaie Riiu-ln-L Miss a comlcy. One or two instances in A MEIUCAN 3Jo.-t Centrally Located and best adapl- i'fl fur trade. rei-iscnable us and ac- coni.iuodaiion excellent. F. A. Main Wia. RAN AVENUE Cenli-ally loculeil on Grjind Avenue. Well shaded grounds.----- -----Terms reasonable. ratps to familiss. MRS. li. IL. I'roorietor. SlS MAPLE AVENUE.' S9 to 312 per week. per day. W. H. thirt Played tho the damage has upon 1-liH very been so -iivat that the farmers have and her performance I plowed up i'L''1' and if the posts f cfl a sood deal of enthusiasm. I '-'-'idiciited by the use of Miin.1. or some other prevcn- Waukesha Cr.n Give Geneva Lessons. Geneva The city has one or two srreets only sprinkled at present. Every street in the corpora- tion used for driving to any extent should bo so that a man could be to .sit on his porch and se-e half way ncross street. The soil around here is too expensive to have it all blown over inLo and have some fanner drive out of town wii h liffy dollars worth of it in his and the sooner some way of holding it in place is arranged the bet- ter it will be. will do likewise. 1-. 1 U and part of iots and iVvti in College Hill opjxjsitu Carroll College Tor. Bale. W. S. TO THE PUBLIC. Admission to ISethesda for season of 1 Single admission -05 -Daily Weekly .Season 10 50 J.OO 2.00 OU3 VISITORS H. M. Editor and Publisher 'Entered nt Ihc nt flK Frrotul Wtlxs intllh'r Tiiia bu put in pi-can each day fit 2 o'clock P. mid any copy ittti'iidvd fur publication bo Jimidod in at tho office not Inter lliau 10 o'clock A. M. of the tiny on it IN to li.ive it n.ppctir. Mrs. Isaac Simmon.- jiinel Mrs S jleruld nnd S..-hwiilz and II Leieb and I'jini. Mr O' Chicago. Morse .Misses Kiirmei1 and Mc.Mal- Mrs Albert Ne'iv Jii'ib-.nn Turk .Mrs M Vim Sarali mid l.rnii an and Miss M Miss IVrnice Mrs C'liitnsjo. Turk Whito- JOS iv.-.-i M-jfu and A H j li U'is.-onsi'i Central .11 M'oiv.'ii- and A Parties holding se'iison tickets can se- tickets Tor single at for tho anil for doublo car- riages at.SL.00. Tickets not transferablu. HKTHK.SDA MIXERAL SPRING CO. A. M. Manager. A NDKKU'S M.H'LE to per week. per clay. H. Prop. Andrews Mouso has acconmio- dali n fur ijiu aia. We.st Opp. Betliesdn Spring. to per week. per day. EUAS Proprietor.' Q.LENNY Corner Avenue and Center Street. to per week. MILWAUKEE. up and shako hands with I Ville Tleni-v Cohn and S H I.'iisuiitlial. A licri-ingci1 and BEAUTIFUL LTIE said one nicoting an- other on onr streets Monday. a the second. And he took it. A opinion from Ihe London Spcct.-it-Of rover Olcveliind has ilonu more to the cruise of frou tr.-ide than any prime minister of England hase ever 188-1 the Cleveland vote in Indi- ana counted while the Blaine vote iininbered If Indiana cannot change the few votes necessary to give her son a majority in tho coin- ing she isn't made of the pat- riotic stud that she is given credit for. JAMES the dry goods merchant of is spoken of as a candidate for governor by the Labor party. It is a queer paradox that a merchant with his influeiu-e and numerous em- is a typical should ever be suggested as tho representa- tive of a party whose creed has bat the one to capital. Mr. Morgan may and as far its wo know an admirable man ami a friend of tho laboring but it- would take unusual personal charac- teristics to bridge the inconsistency of his present situation. nbnut RARE iVD CURiOUS ARTICLES 0 OTU JlKf i Jlr and Mrs t.'ha.rlie. llenrv and Nellie TU'allis' 11 Mrs U' M Alb.-rt Kirii-he-i- and St .AJr and Mrs Inel. illii-lel mid f'lini vMiijiah. Mi- anil .id-H .1 II Ciln-Ktci1 Lillio I Molt and Lulu iiiid I'.cssir Miil.- .1 10 Ohio. .Mir M lla-v and Md- u-in M M Lou- JR II Smith and 10d- minid .Mai-tin a.nd 0. Hi'lliosda C L Ala. 10 P Jones and .Mi's Uosino Air mid Mrs .MalLhcw K J Jacob Mrs B 31rs Miss V NIMV l-ouis Ou'e and JO 13 San Cinuin- A Rl LXniON Corner Maple Avi-nun nnd Arlington Strce.'l. to per week. MKK. H. A. Pi-oprietrrss. j-yERANDV SPfifNG i Curner ami West Avcs. 10 per week. MHS. S. IJ. I'l-oprieLrnss. 21 Barnoy fmc block Silurian and ti'n minuti'S walk freim OeilL'l Snops. li 10 per FGU ItKI.IAUUC Ln'li AND K Oo.Ml'AXlKS. WAUKESHA National Bank. Organized 1S55. AsNat'l 1S05. A. J. J'rcs'.lunl. II. Jf. 1 F. ir. PUTNJCV. KICIIA E K. Assisliuiu MARTIN ovE's SPECIALTII THE ONLY FIRST-CLASS HOUSE IN THE TRADE. ALWAYS AT THE LEAD WITH FASHIONABLE SUITED TO THE SEASON AT PRICES UNDER FOR THE BEST AT GOVE'S. it is a shoe that Aviil fit gei WEAVER Transact a General Business Buy and sell bonds also drafts on Europe. rocrben Steamship Passage Tickets sale by the best German and English lioutes. NATIONAL Exchange Bank CAPITAL K. M1 n. A. yprMANR. I'. CnsiiiL-r. R. W. I'. SAWVKK. JOHN JI II. A. YOl'MANS .S. General Ming Bnslncss Transaclc Jlj'flM's Jlraf'l.s on nil I'rinL-ipal Knrupe. Tickjls to and Ij'uin Kurupc1 wavsuii liaiul. PRICES FOR ICE nv Express and Drauaoe. 7 These goods in Women's Misses' and and then his Men's show up in Reynold's hand and ma- chine sewed. Here we I thing diffeic FF.EIVC hand much attention as tlu-y pi- In compauy Iiere SOUTHERN TIE. YOU BUY T CHEAP AT I HERE IS SOMETHING I -pk-j -v I K AH QP rnP r II iccioc L i A FIRST-CLASS KNIFE prji.'C for llie snii-on To dsiily. pur liiimlli. 01- UL'SS Ol'li.lltj lu lilii'l one pur l.'iu pisr cul. M'JU'Ho KMIt.Hi twi. wislijnic iec puy for il ailiiei wi'i-k or niitnl j Onh-i's Furiiimru Slorc U'iil be pronijuly to. PROTECTION CONGRESS GAITKRi. Patented April Nov. and IsTov. by Cyrua li-ANCY WOItlC TIUNKICTS-lOn Kmss.or mi nil ni.-inl C'liil In nil ni from 5c lu 5Do por FAIli-Y NIGHT new lot nl onl.-. '.s e.'iiis. pjENSON 110IJ8K. In pnr wcok. 'Mus P IVxPoy T complete j __ _ Mnu ejf popular Kiiljjc.'ols In ariisl ic A r v rrp VP sixes imel llxlli iiiKlies. vr-ry I for llic nivurlle plciuru llic day. Sir.ic i canl ami In buiuiUnilKlinilnH l.orra al figures 'uprnsenliiig aboiU half prices. lie Fan.H j ONLY TO BE FOUND AT TO KEEP YOUR SHOES BRIGHT AND NEW SO And if this -Iocs not pirate Miidlson IIOMI- P. Depol. Excellent board by il.-iy or -u-eek. JIoal at tuim-s. Kali's rcusnnuljlc. ilil.s the IIPSI resiaiiriinl In icwn. Liial woreisolil al from I2d to lire now only niul F. C. .IAI-ANKHK Tlie Imlnnco of our THE BURLINGTON TROUBLE AGAIN. Hut John Sam W. A. K. Stevens I'oint. Uibbs 1C B. Mrs. and T. K. Mur- phy and Willie San Ij. I'.. Mrs. C. 15. Morarv and C. Fort Cincin- Li. Siiunders anel Chicago. Carney Ea.ther Misses Annie anel .Hess 1' St.Louis. Aneli-rivs t- and four Kansas J C I'ort stock Sl.'ii. of boauLiful novc'llleH on tixiiibli fur and all ft'r-liis of prc.Hi'lll llUnn Oi- hninc dCL-n- nl prices vury meicli less limn ordi- narily aslced. Hot Weather Specialties In everything In Ihcllneof Dry Ln- niul Gents' Siit Prices.. Prnpriotor. T R. 1'rir.a graduate of Hie X. Y. Ciillcfi-' of Dcnlri.-ly. Orani'a Dijnirine puin less Chii.-i-'s Metnllic Roof I'liiles. Mnin iincl Waukesha. Piaiifis Bnrflstt Orm ilroad bj-- the discovery of a- plot J M wife and tivo i t ii -i Mrs.I Mrs Koliinson destroy the railway company s N JM Mrs Cr Mc- L1 Mel 'ready. .1 C Kansas .J F Cincin- 11 Tex. City and W K A A F L D leaver A Jk'iiri- E C W Mad- F L Umnd Rapids. The- re-opening the troubles on the anel Quiney Railro to property by dynamite is a. if outcome of the matter. Organizations so larije anel varieel a membe'i-ship as the Engineers' .Fire- men's and Brakemen's Brotherhoods concerned in the strike naturally in- Wideleck. F N E I chide some characters tliac lack the j Jiase-h. K AVri.uht. Mrs 10 A Uronsoii good sense and reasonableness that may aniinatc the and the exasperating manner in which the strike Hatted one made a desperate effort nt destruction by dynamite a natural resource in this age of world for hungry and lawless striker. According to the press reports the three men arrested for the crime are members of the En- gineer's and impetuous friends of the railway declare that they only represent the and that that as an is at the bottom of the determined to secure its subjugation of the railway foul means if not by fair. From a reasonable of view it seems entirely improbable that any of the Brotherhoods con- cerned would countenance any such an undertaking. During the long FMS GIVEN AWAY OUR POPULAR SALES OrPllk.-iml Lisle Gloves nnd dents' Kurnlwlilnt' Lnce Summer MIlliniTy. Wlillo Illnck conlinued all tills M'eelc. 413 and 417 Andrews' Bed OUR NEW UPRIGHT Takes the Lead for Comfort and Elegance. Mf'd.onlybr FOE ANYTHING TO J.T.MAHONEY Clinton Wankesha. Il HIIUI STC0 W WWq it office Av. Chicago. Catalog Mention this Paper. C. C. OLIN'S COLUMN. period of the strike they always coun- selled quiet and peticahle and the organizations contain too many reasonable fair-minded riien for them to adopt a course of conduct that a very little sense shows leads only to their own lia-itrtictiori and cotidenmation. Neither does the gen- eral conduct of-railway brotherhoods justify the suspicion. At Mrs Thomas A Ala. Spriiiijl louse. Mrs Will C .li Grant II Mao IVn- G Osh- Hush ife and Kocliestvr. J yt At Fivel Wardrobe's. inizliani iinii Mr. Mor- riMin ar.d Jii's. Mr a.id Mrs Te-n-r Mr and Mrs Miss IX-H-ittu Flora .Mrs Mrs Thompson and twei Miss Mary Mrs Nr a.nd Forth Missus Turner ami and Mrs Col S M Miss La-. Ainerii-iin L R E Jlainil- M J S McLVcr Fond du F L A .1 D V.I tf C Miuiistoe. Nationa-1 J D Fleming Miss S G C W Jackson Jones and Mo. C. C. A NOTARY RENTS D BAUCIS is ERN FURNISHES AB- STRACTS AND PAYS TAXES FOR NON-HK8IDENTS. IT.-1VR Irils iiihlllllil Park in per aci'i1. N't fnnnil hcinp unly and one-hiilf niili-s from I.IIR 20 wiUiiii llii.s CDrpoi-ation in the nisirkiit chwip. Can ho plallecl so a-- td make 25 lols which can he sold for from S'200 to ench in ii short time. This properly will be sold soon. Nine .ind oni-hnlf ncrea on the wesl side and within thn has a frninc house and good and will good vegelahle gurilcn. Cull and get prices and ex- amine this prnpnrty. Four good Dakota farms for ail 160 each. Price from to each. 'Will trade this property for tstate in Wuiikesha. Office corner Grand Avenue nnd Broad- Daria House St Louis. I over Waakcsha NationnJ 5 4 TJ w K S H 35 O LJ L o o W i 3 f f Icco Owns of IliW.i.'hlv jn iilis- -sniii-i. Il is 1 lu'HcsUlli i-ct-l. Cnuh- nriiicipul Ml I Snnllin-t'Sl jnd Km- A. V. CAUrKNTKR. t'fi-l'iif iinlii.Ts reference f.iuid.i amlToinis mvi.o.I byllie ST. H.iri.wiv f'o.MiM.w. J.nml Wisconsin. Pencil-nips ecu Ires of m Dakota Nebraska and Wyoming ft will not injure Ivii oil and branlify your shoes. This m-.ost vaUia'ulo siioei dressing to be at Iniin sprvicc is carefully nrrimi-c.l mc i.floral us well as lo fiii-nisi Ihuino.-l iLllriiiMivc rmiU's lor Ilirinigh li.-ivci Iwomi iniiiorl.-iiit. jj TRADE CENTRES. ii .-iiid 1'nliicc.' Sk-i'iiiii.Lj is irjiim.n .Its Koaa-liiid is of Sti.-Ol. 'I'lu.' is- fnnirilu nmtc fur I lie LVjiiMiicrL'inl Ti'avulcr. tin.- iinil I he Si-i.-ki.TN aflcr N'cu Iliiincs in l.'oMi-n Noj-ihwcM JjcUiluil inrm-iiiiiiinii cheerfully i.. .i. M. wnmiANr. H. c. '.vrcK'Kij. lieuci-al Miina.u'xi-. Tra'lii- 'M.-in-i-'c'i1 K. I'. Gen. I-.-isa. AS 5 b1 i E Z E A c 3 O has in feu short period reputation nnd nopulnriiy enjoyed hy i'- the WISCONSIN CEK 1'EAL LINE. I L''roin M unknrr.vn fac-tor in the commeroial it been inmsformpil to nn iinlrprndont 'in- -I lluenliiil. gi-.mil THROUGH A 'FULL LINE OF The Latest Slvles ihe IN' NOVELTIIS. TO GET THE BE.S L' YOU MUSL' CALL ON GOVE. Rfl TS CAPS SILK CAMPAIGN PLl and terminal fivli- L kJJ.J-Ji.V rilUil T JU L Tm-on-h careful Curing to SOFT AND Everything complete in this line at GOVE'S. tn i it has won for itself a for runL at- 2 c ti'Miion to ils .sccorni to no c 2 CD v- j tlu'- cnuiiiry. ii c-r- ii insfi-.iirs onisrnH i LAUCE OF' SATCHELS FZ AT BARGAiNS. LADIES' Shopping TRUNK SATCHEL AND SHOULDER STRA VV. S STAPLE AND FANCY CROCKERY AND GLAS.S'A'ARE. A CHOICE LINE OF IMPORTED AND DOMES- TIC KTC. 83 Main Slri-et and Commercial insji-.iirs onisrnH n re u i birli I fui I his ni-y ni'.'i.ts which l.nvu j pin-lie. Lociitr-l li'irecilv on it-i j CJlICvGO JllL-l _________________ anel ST. PAUL MIN-J-- o. i IM c L'.E tinfl OlllOAGO-nnd VS.H-1 nis special Stcre on No. wnerj you will rind L.WND buLTjTH are Lhra is advertised and more too. ing thriving enl-H'S nf iinel FOND DU STKVENS j CHIPPEWA 'FALLS EAIJ NEU' RICHMOND. HUH- and MICI-I. For lowest cwr- rent via this to any point in the ap- ply to nearest Tiokc-it or address the Only 5 is and don't fail to call. f The Goods and Lowest Prices. R.L.GOVE General Manager. Gen. Pussr J TTT Ticket Agt. W Wisconsii   

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