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   Republican-Freeman, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1898, Waukesha, Wisconsin                               j i v -r v REPUBL OL. DECEMBER 1898. NO. 43 LL THERE BUT BABCOCK ijsconsin Representatives in Place in Congress. OONER JUST ON TIME. Completes Arrangements For Re- turn of Bodies of Wisconsin Dead from Porto Rico. P Dec. Wisconsin representatives ex- were present when the in-day. The Third d.strict xpf-eted to arrive 'ih-is weeit. '..r members are all well and artj with tbe results of the olec- outlook for a busy session TiHTt- are wide differences the members as to the a tspecial the gen- being thai nothing can be i.-'.-nninc-d with respect to thai the Peace corn-mission at labors. The members j the president's message. -.vhiie it contained Httle tha'. -..a.- presented in good style and to the people. It wat the message would con- definite on the expansion the completion of the .1 4 I I t I a cited by i' Mr. Spooner arrived soon coming Mi'. MitcheM is ex'pe-eted U was an and -tiinonial Lo Mr. when he appeared in the recess he was cor- by the senators on both very senator going to meet Mr. Spooner has taken r ihc Arlington. He will be Spooner after 'the holidays take a house for th-e Committee i b IM 1 U 1 features of the which opened Tuesday committee aissign- by death and resig- members of the house. vacancies will occur cm some of which wi'i'l j isi'.ip of the Democratic side excellent openings roming to the fro at.' 'Mr. TtMMii'ssee. having been iliat will retire from L and Means. There -i I'-'lu-cen the Bailey forces .iii-l friends of who Texas leader on tariff on this impor- The strife on this ques- to do perhaps with K'raocraUc policies in the -.vill yuestlon Mr. to corae up 'later. The ui rn o n wh e'thor f re e ra w of Democratic MrifY and also opposition to of these propositions 'Bai'tey. iit- three vacancies on the of Appropriations on ac- count of the election of Mr. Stone to the governorship of the death of Mr. North way of and the resignation Off Mr. Pitney of 'New Jersey. A Demo- cratic vacancy on the same committee is caused -by the election of Mr. Sayere to the governorship of Texas. These are highly desirable pieces and will -be greet- ly sought after by Republican' leaders. Cooper for River and Harbor Chair- man. The principal change in committee chair- manships ia that of the of the Com- mittee on Rivers and Harbors. Hook- er of New York has retired to accept a Circuit court judgship. The chairman of this committee should tell to Representa- tive Cooper otf Eaeine. It is expected that Mr. Cooper receive this and among che members of the cotinnutiee wbo are outspoken in h7s favor is 'judge Morris of It is reported that Burton of an able and influen- tial member of the aspires to the chairmanship. It will be a siirgular action if .Speaker Reed should jump Mr. Burton up ov-er two or three 'in- cluding -Mr. and appoint the Ohio man to the chairmanship. The committee is expected to report a River and Harbor bill at this and the chairmanship is therefore of considerable importan-ee. To JLtotlleN From Porto Rico. Representative Jenkins completed ar- rangements with -the secretary of war for the'- return to this country at government expense of tbe remains of several members of Co. Third Wisconsin who lost their lives in Porto Rico. They are Charles E. Sunderlin and Eugene Turner of and Quartermaster Sergeant G-eorge H. Edward Charles Wagrrer and Corporal Charles V. Cuimmin'gs of Menomonie. T.be secretary told the representative that at present the weather in Porto Rico Is unsettled and H would be better to wait awhile before re- moving the bodies. The government will allow for a casket for each of the bodies and if it is necessary for a friend or a relative of the -dead soldier -to go Porto Rico for the purpose of identifying the bodies the transportation expenses will be provided by the although board bills and oth-er incidental expenses will have to be paid the person going to Porto Rico to identify the body. When advices have 'been received that the weather is favorable in Porto Judge Jenkins will press th-e case before the de- partment. Nvw PoM'timi.Hter of Moiio-iiionle. F. Marx will be postmaster at Meiromo- nie for the next four Mr. Jenkins to-day having -called at the Whiite house and filed with the president the necessary papers. The appointment will be made at once. Representative Jenkins also presented a batch of pension bills. -He introduced a bill granting a pension of a month to Laura V. Carr of Rice mother of Ezckiel R. Co. Fifth Wisconsin a pension of a mouth to Flora StaiUon widow of Frank Green first 1 ieuilenian't Co. Fifth United States removing the charge of desertion against 'the record of John Mc- ali-as John. now of Plum late Co. Ninetieth Illinois infan- and from Samuel John of Co. On-e hundred and Eleventh New York infantry._________________________ MARRIAGE RECORD. FRONT BROADWAY BRIDGF. Change to 6e made in Offices of Wilbur Lumber Company. The Wilbur Lumber Co. have in progress some improvements which will make things much more conven- ient for their customers and also im- prove the appearance of things about the Broadway bridge. They -have purchased the- vacaut tract between the meat market and foundry of Fred Dick and will bridge over the space and locate their office fronting the bridge. The entrance to the yards will be between the market and the office and tho old entrance will be closed. Everett Alexander Craven to May Clarn AhiHworth at Oct. by Itev. FletrhtT Robinson. J-H'inrlch Hocktanhol to Ellznboth Thomap at llennnionec by Rev. E. 0. Granor. Nt'lH Ponnpdorf to Anna Julia Milko at Liu Nov. by Ucv. E. C. Uraner. All the world loves a All lovers love good has the lover kiod. tf 706-708 Clinton street. WHIST TOURNAMENT. An Enjoyable Meeting at the Waukesha Club Last Night. The rooms of the Waukesha Club were made unusual pleasant last even- ing by the presence of a large number of lady whist players to participate in the Monday evening tournament. There were eight tables and the score was NORTH AND SOUTH. Miss Smith............... MTR. M. Youmann......... MJBS Kntie H. Sleep... K. Kyan............ Mrs. J. Hemlock........... MTH. S. Ludlow..... H. M. Enos.............. 147 150 145 140 156 157 145 EAST AND WEST. Mrs. .T. OlhbR............ Mrw. H. I'owrio....... MlBR W. Harland....... Mrs. Kirn Aup. Schley........ Mrs. J. Dopp............. Mrs. Boyd................... Mrs. Merton... Frank J. Frame.... 150 167 178 163 150 1.50 155 WAS IN PORTO RICO. Private Gardner E. Bacon of Co. 3d Wisconsin is the guest of Wau- kesha relatives. Co. L. is from Sparta. Private Gardner was with hia company in Porto Rico and par- ticipated in the battles of Coama and Arbooita in which his company losfejtwo who were the only two men who were killed by bullets out of the third regiment. Annual Elections. f Annual of officers of the M. E. Sunday Scnool was held Monday evening and resulted as F. W. Chambers. AKHistnnt Mw. Sucoml Ernrwt Trakol. Secretary Maude AHHifttant Secretary Weaver. Treamiror Bert Uuucroft. Librarian Bert Bancroft. ABBlKtant JoHiu Vfncont. Second AanlHtant Lnura Barnes. OrpnniHt Minnie ChoiHtur K WON'T MEDDLE WITH MONEY QUESTION. D. C.. Dec. Walker has called a meeting of the house Coimmittee on Banking and Currency for Wednesday which is expected to ascertain the opinions of the Committee on Cur- rency Legislation. Mr. Walker is not sanguiine of anything being done at the pro-sent session as he considers tho time too short for the consideration at so com- prehensive a question. We have made Greater Preparations for the Holidays than ever before and in order to make room for Holiday Goods we are obliged to sell the following GOODS AT RIC always better value for your money than at other u week only we give you a discount of JO 't- on all dress oods. Ladies' Flannelette Wrappers 90c cost of no charge for nr aking. now going at which have been selling for and Men's Plush Flannelette ne 38c 25c Men's Fleece Lined Underwear price 38c Men's Heavy Wool Socks going at 1 18 and 20c White 25c Blankets 30c -4 Gray 75c Outing cheap at lOc going at 7ic lOc -value 16x18 per yard.................. 2c 16x32 in......................................... 5c 14x18 in............................................ 8c 22x46 in.........................................lOc 30 cheap at goes for Lace an extraordinary ue at.................................50cf 60c and 75c w These Prices are for This Week Only not miss the Opportunity. Do IK- YOURS FOR HUSBAND AND WIFE DEA Found Lifeless in Their Home r in Janesville. SCHOOL BOARD MEETING. Resignation of Miss Pierce Accepted. And Other Routine Matters Attended to. THEORY SUICIDE AND MURDER h Old Residents of Janesville Who Had Been Married About One Year. No Cause Assigned. Wis.. Dec. lifeless body of 'Mrs. Charles T. Wrloox was found to-Dight lying in her and beside it was the aged with his life almost and who died an hour later. Both were over 70 years old. It is believed to be a case of murder and suicide. Mrs. Wilcox's.toody was in an advanced state of and it is the opin- ion of the physicians that death must have occurred about ten days ago. Mr. Wll- cox was last seen on Saturday. Sheriff Chief of Police J. W. Hogan and Officer W. H. Appleby brolce open the room this evening and made the discovery. They also found the gas jet in the parlor adjoining the bedroom turned on. Wilcox and his wife were married about a year ago. They -were both old residents o.f Janeeville and both have been married before. They eloped to Milton Junction and were married there. Wilcox was possessed of considerable property and they made their borne in one of his flats on Bast Milwaukee street. An in- quest will be held to-day. Rest your feet in a pair of bed room slippers purchased at Ihrig-'s shoe store. State Fair Grounds Knocked Down. Dqc. The State Fair park at North Greenfield is now owned by -the Asst. Atty. Gen. Charles E. Whelan having yesterday bid the ground in on the mortgages held by the state. The foreclosure sale took place at the sheriff's 2 o'clock. Mr. in behalf of the was the only bidder and took the property for the amount of the mortgages and amounting to Just what the state will do with the park Mr. Whelan was not able to but ho thought that it would be'leased to the State Board of Agriculture. The sale of the grounds was made by Deputy Sheriff Teg-tmeyer. .There were present at the appointed Receivers C. G. Cox and B. B. Attorney James G-. Flanders for the receivers and Mr. Wfoelan. It did not take long to make the sale and when Mr. Whelan left tbe office the state was owner of the property. In a few days the judgment will be entered and application will be made for the dis- charge of the who now have nothing more to do. The proceeding will be in the Circuit by which the re- ceivers were appointed. The litigation over tbe Fair grounds dates back several years. The grounds were formerly owned by E. O. McFet ex-state treasurer. When the se- cured judgment against him in the treas- ury suit he 'turned over to the state a mortgage wftich 'the State Agricultural society had executed in his. favor. This mortgage was dated Dec. and was for By an act of the legis- lature the mortgage was accepted as part of payment for the judgment against him. At the same time the McFetridge .mort- gage was executed the Agricultural so- ciety gave to the state a mortgage for on the grounds. On April it executed to the state another mort- gage for The interest on these three mortgages held by the state was never -and on June fore- closure proceedings were begun in the Cir- cuit which laiter resulted In the ap- pointment of two receivers to care for the property. The eale yesterday included the about 125 and all the buildings thereon. Tho Rex and Cosmopolitan mactles are the most durable ones on the mar- bold by M. L. Butterfield SOD. dCt At a regular meeting of the board of education held Monday evening the resignation of Miss Olive K. Pierce is teaching iri the Had field school was accepted. Commissioner Merton reported from the committee OB teach- ers and moved that D. W. Boyd be employed as janitor .of the new high school from the date of the acceptance of the building1 by the city until Sept. ab salary of per month. motion rierV The consideration of tbe matter of placing a telephone system in the schools was postponed until the next meeting. Commissioner Gleasoa was instruct- ed by the board to see to the work on the sewer at the White Hock school until it was completed. Commissioner Enos moved that the teachers be paid Dec. which car- ried. The city clerk made tbe following report to the Your secretary respectfully submits the following report of school funds iu the city treasury Nov. 80. Amount in Oct. SI. 40 of tuition fel'K rec'd in Nnt- T Total............................... 00 PAID OUT. For Teachers' enlnries......... 94- For Janitors' salaries........ 347 07 For Incidental claims......... 168 S3 For fire tmd 78 Balance la treasury Nov. 82. O. Deputy Clerk. The board then adjourned untiKTan. 4bh. The Gould Blackmail Albany. X. Dec. The sixth day of fche trial o-t' M'rs. Oody on Uhe charg-e of bl-aokmai-l was res-urned 'in Uhe County court witJh Mrs. Oody agtain on the stand under crass-examining of De Lancey for the Goulds. 'Mr. NIooll 'handed 'Mrs. Cody a book con-taLnfcng -tdue 'bap'ti-smajl reco-rdt of a c'huroh Ciiiiiton in wbich a record oj bhie baptism o-f a tlie parents of w.lrioh were alleged to te J-ay Gou-ld and Airs. umder her iioimo 'of S'aTajh. Aum ajid asked her rfli-e had' ever seen the book. She ropi'ied in the negative. Counsel staited ehai ttoe uaoiies of the real pa-reiits oC the child had boon erased1 aiul those of Jay Gomld and Mrs. AngdH substjiitoibed. llhe only other importamt quetstion asked by M.r. before the count took a re- cess you not promise Mary Ann Shields that you would give ther 000 if sihe would -swear that she was a wHt- noss -to marnlage of Jay Gould and Mrs. to wh'ioli -Mrs. Cody never NO PENALTY FOR WELCH. E. H. Welch was found guilty in the municipal court this morning of selling impure lemon extract. Judge Tullar decided that there had been a technical violation of the law but that it was so technical as to justify him in suspending sentence and no penalty was imposed. BREWERS TO FIGHT TAX. Now Dec. of S5 'per cemt. of the 'beer ibr-ewere in the Umitecl States will hold a siye'co-al open nYeetlimg in titUs city .next for the punpctse of passing resolutions coirgress to 'the wa'r tax on beer. don't fail to see the new pat- ent kid shoe at before buying your dress shoes. CARNATIONS. NELLIE MANN OPDALE. We have a Quo lot of them now and hope to be able to keep a supply on hand to sup- ply all customers. If you want a quantity please leave your order several days in advance if convenient. ARNOLD'S Day and Night. Universalist Minister Who Will Take Charge of La Crossee Church. Mrs. Nellie Mann pastor of the U. U. Church afc has accepted a call to the pastorate of St. Paul's Universalist Church at La- and will soon remove to that Mrs. Opdale was born in New Lis- bon in i860. Within a year after graduating from the public schools of Racine she obtained a position as which she held until her mar- riage four years latter to Julius H. an attorney of Eau Claire. Her husband died in and shortly afterward the widow went on the lec- ture platform on behalf of woman suffrage. While engaged in this work she appeared before the legislature commanding close attention on both occasions. Meantime she had been licensed to preach by the Univer- salist making her first pulpit appearance at Mukwon'ago in 1894. Next year she was called to a pastorate remaining at that place'until she accepted the charge at La Crosse. Her regular ordination as a minister of the Universalist Church took place at the state gather- ing of that denomination in 1895. Mrs. Opdale underwent a rigorous ex- amination and sustained the ordeal with the greatest credit. Last June she preached for the first1 time to the congregation of St. Paul's at La Crosse. So well was she received that she was induced to spend her vaca- tion there last September. During this time she preached twice more and received the call which she has just accepted. Mrs. Opdale has preached several times in this city and made a most favorable impression upon those who heard her. She ia a tall slender woman with a pale intellectual face and she wea'rs in tbe pulpit a black silk robe with wide a like sleeves very appropriate garment. Mrs. Opdale is an enthusiastic wheel woman. We give no but- in- stead we give a 5 per on all cash purchases. IHRIG'S SHOE STORK Finest assortment of Christmas can- etc. prices t-rv churches. W. H. 706-TOg Clinton street. Order tf THE COUNTERFEITER makes money that looks just as well as any other but it does not turn out very profitable in the end. There are lots of counterfeits of good shoes but it does not pay to buy them. shoes here means perfect safety. We have not a pair of counterfeits in our stock. You always get your money's worth and a little more for your money than you can get any- where else. Cbc Robinson Irving r v ESTABLISHED IAHOS FOR SALE BY IU IflNTRV General Special 111. WIS. Winter Catch You If We Don't But We Hope to Catch You First We want to catch you as near naked as pos- and dress you up according to our ideas of proper style and we'll stake our reputation on your being right when we have finished. you're think- ing more about Overcoats. Now stick a pin right here so that you'll not forget it. We can sell you the Best Overcoat for That you ever and if you want to raise the price to or why we'll give you such value and style you have never seen anywhere. Just give us the opportu- nity to furnish your Overcoat and we'll save you a snug sura. Pants that Cost Children's and Suits a Specialty. O. O. LARSON CLOTHIER. -I1 Holiday Presents We are showing a line of Fine of new decorated by hand painting in a variety of each one being a work of would make a a suitable holiday present. Our new line of Bronze and China should also appeal to your good taste. Our assortment of Sterling Silver-mounted Toilet and Manicure articles is complete. We solicit an in- spection and advise early selections while the assortment is complete and we have the time to engrave any article without extra charge. Estberg Sons established 1858. gfl And Now th Holiday STEAM... ..LAUNDRY 519 MAIN ST. WIS. Capital f ooo. Surplus W. Vlce.Pres. R. P. Cashier- Safety Deposit Boxea for Kent. Christinas and New with the accompani- ment of good things to leads us to suggest that you wili need gro- ceries and provisions of the purest and best quality for these occa- sions. Don't be satisfied with anything thegrocer will send but make up your mind to have only the best. It donjt cost any more. Groceries and Crockery are our exclusive lines. We don't pretend to be able to select fine calico and we are not judges of dry goods. We don't give any time to looking for bankrupt stocks. We everlastingly on the lookout for the best we can buy in the provision line. We give all our atten- tion to groceries and crockery and can conse- quently do the better by customers. The facts arc apparent. Profit by them. Look over the line of banquet and table lamps. Special prices for the iall trade. Opp. Fosioffice. T. t V4 i r. ji i r J i- v .1 P i i' -i i .-I. f m -i j i-..iv   

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