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   Republican, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1887, Waukesha, Wisconsin                               REPUBLICAN. Vol. July 34 r Parties going to Milwaukee to attend the THE REPUBLICAN. Isbue of The WauVesha IS J'UULISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT T11URSDA AT 2 O'CLOCK P. M. TVn Cents Pit WeeK. Enltrcd at Hit Post Office tit Second Class Maittr. AUGUST arc invited 1o call at MORGAN'S LACE while and all col-1 extra good at 4oc. and .00 pel pair. LA.UIES' dozen Schop- per's lull regular made striped Cotton Hose at worth 50 soliu colors at 250. Coaching all at Balm Coaching black wilh coloicd lining Satin lace at to 6. Child- ren's Satin all colors. sun or rain Um- wood silver gold 75. ORIENTAL LACE white and at to ORIENTAL ALL-OVER while and at ORIENTAL LACKS-4 to 9 inches white and at 22c ami per yard EM .BROIDERY DEPARTMENT-New lot oi 22-inch Swiss Vlouncmgs at 60 and 750 per yaid. 45-ineh Swiss Flouiiciugs at bftlli and Ciunage Cham- ois Skins at lowest prices. Morgan tile best shoe ever offered at the price. I is made from bright finished Uongola lluee styles of six 10 each E and Common New York and Opera Assortment of Sliuus JAMES 390 East Water Milwaukee. For To IMvic HUNDRED DOLLARS to for par- t- liciilarsuiKiuiicat'Iha olVicc. to know that our facilities fgr curing cbronit. .uld severe cases are the best A. A. M. 415 Sycamore St Milwaukee in llie Ijdtf-wyi __ WANTED grocery and liquor elevator watch- men lire- men bout-keepers shipping-clerks etc .it I'.usmess Men s 112 Mason Milwaukee. _ _n n4-dnn A. SHEPARD k CO. 1'ED compan- boo copyists nurse girls kitchen pantry and general house at the Ladies 436 Milwaukee w WANTED '-Eur a ilvorounhly niATIONS competent .uld trustworthy hotel cook. laundress and dunnR-ioum ijirls. of all h ted. p.oyment 43 s elp introduced by our house carefully investiga- relcyihonc or address Hie Ladies Lm- SITUM'ION'S Eor hotel clerks hav- itiS large eastern acquaintance. head waiters and IMPORTED JOURNALISM. An Oconomowoc paper which has been printed at for some weeks and which has distinguished itself by having no opinion whatever upon any subject whatever except the important subject of Mr. John Smith's other presence or absence from appears to undertake this a rhodomontade upon s. ecent editorial exprcnsion of this pa- per to tbe effect that when the village .elects such a board of trustees as it its citizens should not expect the public newspapers to help abuse the board for doing just what it might naturally besuppoaed in advance that it would do. We use the phrase pears to be- cause tbe article in question was evi- dently not written in the office of the Oconomowoc with the excep- tion of the following characteristic par- finding or inllmntlntj Uiftt the present Village Board aie anj slieot work with tlio iJea purposely to clam- age yet it manliest to us and is tlio universal opinion of the leUilents on that '.treot and adjaccn t to it Unit tho work on Muplo A venue be and what is done ovci to allow travel to re- sume Its. unobstructed pursuit until the sum- mer Is Grfat Heavens How will the hoard ever survive such a lushing as is con- tained in that long which is absolutely the only sentence having the least leaning towards criticism o the acls of the Board in the whole arti which is otherwise devoted to find ing fault with us for not finding faul with the Bo.ird. The above paiticular sentiment was without much doubt in serted by tbe milk-and-water editor ir place of something moro vigorous from the dibhoncbt aulhor of the rest of tbe who did nut hesitate to sup press such portion of our own cdito rial as would give the lie to 1m or hr comments upon and protend tha the reproduction wan a complete one. We don't think Unit oven the milk and-water patty fium Ouonomowo would have permitted this piece o scouudielism to have found place i his paper if he hivd had bonbe enoug to observe for the most desp cable sheets published will se dom descend to the depths of such degradation in journalism. The inti- mation that The Freeman is receiving favors from the Village Board is a rather more robust and respectable sort of thouDU somewhat ches.tnuty in tlavor. The Democrat gets tne pe- cuniary benefits of the and there is nothing asked or wanted from it iu this direction. We simply decline to abuse its members for what we consider errors in judg- for the reason that just those eirovs ought to have been anticipated whou the trustees were voted for. If tney should act like the writer for the Oconomowoc. that would bo another matter. Curbstone Crayons. During my trip around town these hot I notice often on shady bits of lawn and a little table sur- rounded by an interested aud sometimes a passing breeze wafts to me such magic terms as and the the same terms I have sometimes heard of a winter evening when the fire roars within and the wind roars without. From which it may be inferred that the cheery little game is like some other of the staples of iu win- A FIREM'S HEROISM. INTO THE JAWS OF DEATH TO RES- CUE A WOMAN. Awful Fate of Two of tlie Victims of n Chicago Hung Up to lioast In a Seetutng Fire Started in Cincinnati Havoc- Record of Casualties. lev and cooling in to poker. All hail In speaking of the omnibus service here a few d.iys since I neglected to iialify sufficiently to do entire justice nd so I wjll speak of the matter again. To most of the Freeman readers in raukesha it is known that the trans- er do not pretend to do any pas- enger business except in carrying be- ween the hotels and depots and the irvice they afford is first-class. It qu als the seiviec at any city in the ountry as far as it and this I hr uld have stated for the benefit of sp not familiar with the actual condi- ions. What I designed to impress was he fact that the 'buses and carnages flat ply all about town should arrange i regular system schedule instead of unning at hap bazzord. If this is not .one within a few the result will a street car service. Dream. Junks had a queer dream the other light. He thought he saw a prize- ighters' and in the middle of it stood a doughty little champion who met and deliberately knocked one by a scoie or more of buily-looking they advanced to the attack. Giants as they were in the valiant pigmy proty 1 more than a match for them. counts for the dream by the fnct tlmtNno had just come to the after try- ing ncaily every drastic pill on the that Pierce's tiny Purgative Pellets easily and beat all the rest hollow. Welsh Wisdom. Three things of short lady's a chip and a brook Hood. Three miseries of a man's smoky a dripping and a scolding wife. Three things that ought never to he from the and the house-wife. Three essentials to a false story-teller good a bold and foolb for an audience. Three things that are as good as the bread in well wa- er ID and a gray coat in cold. Three things th.it are seen in a'pea- garb of an the walk of i the voice of the devil. Three things it is unwise to boast of flavor of thy the beauty of and the contents of thy purse. Three warnings trom the thou kuowest what I thou secst remember what thou art o be. wine-room etc scullions porters. Tc'cphone ot address The Business Men s SHEPARD'S Grand Union Employment Burcau-z 4 city otbces. Endorsed by over citizens. The only responsible lluceau m the West. Head- quarters Mason Milwaukee. n4dmi JuTvALENTlNEi f AUKESHA BAKERI RESTAURANT. ICE FRUITS ASD OYSTERS A Rare Chance- billiard parlor all its fixlures. T.vo billiard tables and a pool Serocoaa. and parties supplied at special rates. Meals ab all hours at 25c. each. nld-m3 BAKER Barney 4 Doors south of Waukesha. C. Boartlliy the Day of feel for sale at every Llnng nearly new and of the lalest pat- tern. Object of selling is to use room for a bathhouse. Cull on or apply to Wis a t-f. A Woman's Sweet Will. She is prematurely deprived of he charms of face and and made uii attractive by the wasting effects of ail men Is and irregularities peculiar U her sex. To check this druin not onlj upon her strength and but up on her amiable qualities as well is he first duty. This is safely nnd speedily accomplished by a course of self treal nient wilh Dr. I'ieroe's Favorite Pie a nervine and tonic of won dei ful and prepared especial- 1 ly for the alleViauon of those suffering from sensa- tions of and weakness incident to worn en- -a boon to her sex. Drug- gists. For Sale The elevator property at Genesee including lumber and lumber- yard. Also a fine residence and farm tormerly the Stewart containing 55 near the depot. Tbe property will be sold and July names the vic- tims of the fire at Essen's bakery Friday morning -nere as Tru- aged 2 burned beyond Mrs Mary aged 40. Badly suffocated-Kelson T. Bon- Mr. Phillip agod 7 Mrs Nelson Blake. Bruised and otherwise injured by jumping from the Kelson Frankie Tommy Dick Miss Aii- jiie Adel Kelson Jr aged VI Delia aged 9 years Eliza aged 10 years. Besides these William H. of truck Ko. is lying a his home seriously and with a ban possibility of as the resul of his heroic self-sacrifice in an attempt to save Mrs Trudo and her cliild. The fata o tbe woman andtlie little and Capt. Cow an's heroic effort for their rescue is a stor that is lull of but lighted up by th the bravery of Capt Cowan and another ftre man. Mrs. Trudo occupied a room near th rear on the second and when the offl cei and firemen rescued her husband am four she in somo manner read ily ascribablo to tho confusion the mo neglected. Left with her 3-year-ol baby the poor woman resorted to th window. A fireman saw and plunpcin through the smoko be returned to her chair bor. AU escape from the rear with such burden as a woman and child was impossibl He thought the aud teai ing i out he bound the woman and her baby in and pushed them through the window. played out the rope until ho wns ready to full to the when he fastened the upper end to the bed-post and fled. Alas hib gal lant he had but too surely compassed thp cliistructi 311 of those he sought to save. His rope was too and instead of drop- ping the woman and child to the 01 within reuch of those he had st's- pendud them m front of a first-floor window from which the fire poured us from a tur- nare door She swung there ton or twelve feet from tbe as the fire swept oil her choked and broiled the baby in her arms and _ cooked her flesh. By the most singular fatality the firo that wab destroying her left the rope intact. It be- came a if not to save the to at least remove tbo revolting sight. This duty was assumed by Capt. William H. truck No. who might have ordered another man to the but who choso to accept tho fate which he know and wns told by tho horrified spectatois awaited his efforts. Seizing a he thrust it up to the blazing window and with an mounted and stood on its bluzing rung. He deliberately entered the and as thoy encircled him from the crest of bis helmet to the solos of bis boots ho struck at tho rope. Ho could not and struck with inaccurate nim. as the clothing tell from him ho struck m vain. At the third stroke the blade the rope. Simultaneously thp burning ladder and the three blazing human beings fell to the ground. The baby was already tho mother died a few hours and the captain lies in his home at the corner Deering and Archer suffering in what is thought to bo his deatlt agonies. '1 he cause of the fire was the boiling over of a pot lard in the basement. The lard tit ouco caught and the bakers who j were working m the room immediately fled. It is stated that tho mou had been drinking beer during the and tell asleep while the lard WHS on the fire. 'he loss is estimated at principally u buildings nnd machinery. There were sixty men at work in the black- mith shop nearly 300 feet distant from the where the fire started. They were rdared to leave the shop by a 'tit before they could obey the flames had eachecl the and then began a race or lifa The flames followed the men so ilosely to the Paulina street entrance to tho vorks that several of the men were badly corched about the nock and head. Their wogress through the yards was impeded by and and. the aiv w'as Riled with smoke and flying cinders. THE CABLE'S BUDGET. GLADSTONE COUNTS HIS POLITICAL CHICKS ERE THEY'RE HATCHED. Fatally Bitten a DOR. N. July Grif- living near tills hns benn bnrtly bit- ten by bis Jog Tho dog chased a. hen under a puma. Griffith crawled under the piazzn u when the dog turned upon grabbing him by tho neck. Ho called for as- and his daughter came to his until the brute bad severed two arteries in the man's neck. The wounds caused paralysis to set and Griffith is now in a critical condition. Hcaly's Dofiaii-jn Place to His Suspension a God Send for film- Sis- Dead International 'Arbi- A Volnt for Ferry mud iPHHivP of a CITY OF July via Grave fears are felt hero regarding tho possi- ble inundation the Capital. There have been exceedingly heavy rains for the last few and Thursday evening many of the sweets warn the sowers not being able to can y oft' the flood. Eveu a partial inundation wouUl damage to tho extent of millions of dollars. Two centuries ago an in- undation caused a loss here Broken OH the S. July superintendent of Trimmier's lumber mill in Union was putting a bolt on tho main pulley when his arm was caught and his body dragged upon a spike in tho driving wheel whom it was whirled around with tur- riQc force. When tho engine was stopped Young was his arms anil legs be- ing broken and his body mutilated in a shock- ing _____________ ___ STANFORD'S EVASIVE ANSWER. July Mr. address- ing the council of the London Liberal and Radical union Friday the last election the Unionists had only a major- ity of votes in the whole country. If we reclaim votes our minority in the house of commous will become a majority of 100. One and fifty thousand votes represents 11 per centum of the whole elect- orate. The recent elections have gained us six or seveu which is equivalent to a Liberal triumph it parliament were to be dis- solved The of retaining the Irish mem- bers in the Westminster ho was still but will never bo allowed to interfere with the attainment of tho object. When autonomy is if Ulster desired to be severed from the rest of Ireland and re- tain her present method of being the Liberal party would uot stand ill way of her doing so. The land as would confer vitally important benefits upon tho tenants of Ireland. Gladstone condemned tho plan of though ho said the Irish people wore not one- tenth part as blameable for it as thoso who drove them to adopt such methods. TIMOTHY HEALY'S BREAK-DOWN. Ho Pocllucs to Say Wlvctlusr Cciitval Pa- cilic Hlis Hoiiglxt lugi.slntion. SA.N July Pacific railway commission continued the examina- tion oC President ot the Southern Pacific Friday. In reply to tho Have tho said or either of or their officers or over paid any mouoy or othor valuable loud lllti fused to Kxt4MHl July Belgian chamber ics 1ms rejected tha by n vote of lu 35 Death of Italy's j-umi- TOtnNtcr. July A Pppretis prime minister Ol difd at Rtindrlla Friday. Melville Submits Ot-siRns. WASHINGTON July 40 En- gineer Melville has submitted to tlm wi ot.iry war thedmfjns for tba nitii'hrnory oi HIP two nin -tC'-'n whn.li he prom- ised to have ready by the 1st of August Theep designs ate in coinpitui'iM -with Ui Mjbmittcd from England. Tlify are aivom pnniod liy n long letter from ICnjjineor Mel many of u u I n.gi- bis designs ate cliuimtl to have uvvr UIP A COSTLY CINCINNATI BONFIRE. Increased Importation of Foreisn Gnoda. NEW July R. G-. Dun Co.'s weekly review of trade Foreign com- merce is still unsatisfactory while in domes- tic trade the usual dullness is in- creasedby f. variety ot causes. Large bank clearings and radroad earnings fail to reflect the present state of which is in many branches characterized by uncertain- ty and hesitation. low prices delay the movement of and injury to Vny and some minor crops produces uncertainty. foreign imports at New York continue larger than Inst while tor Cour weeks post have been 8 per and official reports show au oE for June in all against a decrease of nearly in all expo. ts. For three months ended with June the exi'OfS of uierchaodise imports was A In Bloom. Jnly opening session fifth annual saengerfest of thp Central Ohio Saengerbunrt was held Friday evening. The city is handsomely deroratfil. and Cully visitors are present.. Sing- ing societies a-e present from Chilli New nrlr. t Uppw Limi. Cin- New VnniKXitown. Ik Kcsults In the Destruction of a July Friday aCternooii some boys started a bon- fire in tho ioar of 2V2 State avenue. There was a lively breeze at the and a small near by caught fire. The flames soon spread to adjoining until tbe entire equal e bounded by State Gost iind. Depot consisting of. twenty or twenty-tive tenement was levelled to the ground The frame houses and dairies which abound in the district were the bust sort of food for the and tho efforts of the firemen ware of. little avail. Some twenty- five cattlo and lifty hogs were burned in Che dairies. Qninfy of fire company No. was struck by falling timbers and both arms were broken. of Bo. was also caught and had two ribs broken. Several firemen were overcome by tbe intense heat and were carried to tbe hospital. About families were rendered homeless by the con- some of them having lost every- they had. All were camped on the hillside west of the fire about but were sheltered for the night by the citueus living in the vicinity. 'The loss will proba- bly reach WOO.OOO. Insurance light. WRECKED BY A CYCLONE. Onf arwl S20O.OOO Worth of Damage July special to Tbe Times-Journal from David City A tor- mdo at G p. m. from the west towards the passed through the center of this town. More than half of tho buildings were one man and quite a number injured. The Paddock tho Union Pa- cific and Burlington Missouri a large brick school the Methodist and Congregational and Reinbard's and many are in ruins. The damage is apt less than _________ Men Have a Close Call. July 30. fire which started a little before 2 o'clock Saturday morning de- stroyed the black- mul machine-shop of the Welte TiVonph Car at the ot Blue or done any othor act or thing for tlin pur- pose influencing lie reduction will hu made trom that portion of tho net I'ttrmugs belonging to the Uuited on arrouut oE any expenditures for which detailed and satisfactory vouchers not furnished Chairman Pattisou said this was not answer- ing the which the com- pany spout any money to influence legisla- Stanford have answred thp question. we do with the money the government does not share in as or that we do not charge up to need no an- In reply to further questioning t.ht- witness Central P'lCifin htis spent no money in construction of other roads or in outbide companies. total amount of stock in tho Central Pac.fic Is of which has been Mr. Stanford claimed that the Central Pa- cific lost a year by the government's failure to pay for mail service and transpor- tation. The indebtedness to tha government could be paid off onlv by increasing rates in Utah and Nevada S-i per cent He denied that the Contract and Finance compjny bad been favored at the expense of the railroad. Novel Case Against a K. of N. July At Little Falls Friday a novel lawsuit was tried. It is be- lieved to be the first of the kind over heard in the courts. Minnie Brown worked in Sheai-d Co.'s at the time when the Knights Labor were locked out at Lit- tle Falls. She claimed that a man named Orlo one of the made an agreement with her that if she would refuse to work he would guarantee the payment of her wages She was uot a member of the or- der at that but afterward joined. On the trial Mis-s Brown's statement was sup- ported by the evidun e of her father and mother. On the other defense proved by Bates and other knights that the agreement wns that her board w 'is be paid and that nothing was said about wages. Miss Brown acknowledged that she had received about for board from tho knights. The jury failed to agree and were discharged. Tin leaves tile ITonso Sobbing Convulsively Aftur His July suspension ot Tim- othy M. Hoaly Thursday night was attended by a rather unusual incident. Although in tho boat of his indignation and defied the speaker to do his and expressed the hope that none of his friends wt uld endeavor to mitigate tho inevitably verdict of his political ho broke down completely as ho turned to leave tho a disgraced man in tho eyes of tho majority of tne nnd sobbed con- vulsively. The excessive mental and phys- ical strain which Healy has undergone since tho beginning of tho discussion of tho coer- cion bill in committee has completely un- and his friends are convinced his unforced abstention from tho excitement oC parliamentary duties for a fortnight will prove beneficial to him. Tho Uuily home rule com- menting on the can excuse Mr. who by his outrageous be- havior has seriously injured a cause which ovvob him so of tlio taml Bill. July committee of tha houso ot commons on the land bill Dillon moved to reject the fourth clause and Haroourt said the clause was a drop of bit- terness in a message of pence. Balfour so id the government had done everything it couM iu equity to prevent evictions trom being liarsli and cruel.and declared that if. tho clause would check the moastrous system of intimi- dation .prevailing in Ireland its would bo a blessing. Dillon's motion was re- jected by a vote of 143 to 111. Tho bill was completed up to clause was post- before the house adjourned. Something Tliiit Wakes Op tho July Louis of Batten- burg has been appointed to tho command of H. M. S. Dreaduaught over the ueadsof scores of senior and the Radical members are expected to severely criticise the appointment in tho houso of commons. Prince the husband of Princess daughter of the Grand Duke Louis of Hesse and Princess Alice of Great Britain and gr.indaughter of Queen has hitherto hold the rank in the British navy of captain of a corvette. to ferry. July Gen. Bonlanger's chal- lenge to yi. Jules Ferry has created a great sensation iu and in much talked of in London. The prevailing belief in both capi- tals is that M. Ferry will refuse to fight on the ground that it would be against public policy for him to engage in combat with an officer so peculiarly situated as is Gen. Bou- langer._________ International Arbitration. July David Dudley Vield presided ovor a conference of publicists and jurists Friday at which It was decided to the project of an international arbi- tration council to a small committee com- posed of English and American jurists. Kxporlmunt on July Leo a graduate of the medical university of Buda- and a disciple of has obtained permission of Mayor Hewitt and President nf the board of to give on Wednesday at. the dog a scries'of experiments on dogs by in- oculation. He wishes to ascertain by actual experiment foydrophobiu can be cured by inocnlatiou Hot for July Hie hottest .twelve registering MethodiKt Cliurcli July Methodist confer- ence has appointed Rev. Charles Kelly dde- to the Methodist Episcopal church of America to conduct overtures looking to tho uniim ot the Methodist church. Scheme. July report that Russian agents are fostering a Republican in Bulgaria is confirmed by advices. The anxieties ot the Bulgarian govei uuieat ure consequently increased. First Arrest Under Crimes Act July a nephew of Mr. member of parlia- ment for has been arrested at Kil- larney under the crimes act. He is cl with asbJiultiug bailiffs. Bnrlal of Moriunn Taylor. SA.T.T LA.KB U. T.. July 30. -John president of the Mvrmou buried Friday. The coflln was made of pine and the dress and fittuigs us Taylor had left directions. Numbers the as it lay in the dwelt mainly on the certainty that Mormon- ism is God's work and bound to and fill the eartli in spite oi ot raau.____________________ Keep YoWISSye on tlw SAN Jnly a trade eastern buy am tbat owning to the aUmoa ortch thta   

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