Racine Advocate in Racine, Wisconsin
13 Sep 1883

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13 Sep 1883

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Racine Advocate, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1883, Racine, WisconsinAdvocate Kun red at the rout m Rmon Milter. Liacone thursday sept 0, 1833. v. Corse City editor. Local notices of Gaft Werings for taxi of making Montu a gratification of int mum must be paid at the rate of one be it yer word. Rail Road Chicago Northwestern. A 31. A m. Jiul in m. R. I1. L1. . A. 31. 31. R. I. Al. Tsitso a. 31. Express pass. Express sunday pass. Giixh North a. 31. I. P. 3i. P. 3i. P. A11k1vk Racine a. 31 1 u express. -1- 1 Milwaukee puss. passenger. P j1 big lit pics Yenkei. sunday puss. K. Twist so lion agent Chicago Milwaukee St. Paul. A. a. R. 31 Al Klee Smo a. R. K. Krom Mil. Ast cd Fiaoo. A. . Lii Ijo l. P. R. A. 1. Leaving latrine at . You arrive at lock Island at Imo the same Day. Rivi at if ii Ine l. Tin and a. And and a i r a. Trains nut to jail Wiki l Vlic and a. M., and and 7 31. Trains from Milwaukee run through to the and a. And p. Trains Romu i t at Wool ova Mon Junction with trains for Chicago. The Ciraso division and a. M., acid i. Mins it Oitt Madison Siivelt depot Cli Cajio connect it Western Union Junction with Racine. The train to r clock ibid. The Imo and for Council i lift s and tuesday Tonuu g at the office j. I. Case t. And after looking Over the different accepted the design of p. Carter representing the Heygate Granite works of Vermont. The Monu ment is a be co feet High with a Soldier in full uniform to Crown and an 18 feet base. It will solid Heygate Granite and the contracts Call Lor its completion Aud it is the purpose to Liucc the Moni Ignont completed by May 30, that tue Aba Cating services can he held on decoration Day. To Trust the Monu completed by. That Tim o. Abonit Saepoo lire the Wuu Menf ground place Diu proper shape. Let Fife citizens Seeto it that the Money is raised before the Moun meet a to be dedicated. It will not. De act from Trio Beautiful ceremonies of May 30, on Rary increase ? every business Man Driows thai a erection of such a Monument will add to the Beauty Aud Good name of our City Aud we feel warranted in saying that the will give More liberally Call upon them with the knowledge that their contributions will housed in swelling Ireland wants. Thomas ii Essak discusses the subject Uki lit full Luval Lukk. A m. A. . In m. V. 31. Koi. Chicago. A. A. 31. V. I1. The Monument fund. Subscription papers will be starred at an Early Day and it is hoped that a handsome sum will be real a Large audience greeted Irish National league and his friends from Milwaukee at fatties math Aid. Col and eve. Icart evening. Called the meeting to order sized Between now and decoration Day. Hundreds of Racine men responded to Racine Post office. Mails and trains. A Var. In mail Vuks. A. 31. A. 31. Southern sont Liu a it it with fast mail leaving i a. Southern mail. North hit n mail. nun Horn tar Chicard is on the train Itji North an Ivi Tiu there in Limu Ibert Fiirst delivery next v. W. Al Luvail. Axl of 31a . f to ukr. Northern. A. A. A. T. A. Southern. 1-50 p m Northern. P. Northern -. P. 31. P. Western. 31. Flu p. 31. Southern. P. 31. P. Opens a. Until 7 p. Vestibule open until p i Money order Aud Keji Osier Tolice open from a. A. Until u r i mail must he Hrotic Brlit to the Othee it least ten minutes before the mail closes. , postmaster Kii Cine january on saturday the jurors who Are to serve in the full term of court will to drawn at the office clerk of court. The track for the Street railway is about Judd and the company is now paving Between the rails. It is expected that will soon be Here and in running order. It e desire to Call attention to the article on the United states census published in another Page in this number adv i a o. It be read by All. The Sec Paul ky., co. Are Clearing the site elevator and will soon have a new Dock fronting the River. They will soon begin the erection of their new depot at the Corner of main and second streets. The new depot is certainly needed nud i cannot be built to soon. At a meeting ladies auxiliary y. C. A. Held tuesday afternoon it was decided to give an ice Cream sociable at they. C. A. Room next tuesday evening the proceeds to go to the Library fund. We have no doubt it will to made a aug Cess socially and financially. All Are invited to be present. A. 0. Wiesel wishes us to publish the Call for the 18th annual pc Union of com Pany 1c. 8th regiment Wisconsin Volin Teer infantry to meet at the Whiting House Geneva Lake Wisconsin on the 3 Day of october 1833, at noon. Being the anniversary . Battle of Corinth miss., they Kosiro n Good attends since. Let All the boys be prompt to fall into line and v Good time can be expected Louis Ulrich was found in Koot River at last saturday and the Coroner s jury found a Taro Ictor death by accidental drowning. Us Ratcli disappeared. And although Somo people seem to think his drowning was suicidal opinion is probably that a was Sia Olling by the River bide ing Init full into the deep water near .tho.bend. Racino College opened this thursday for the school year. A Large Vir Amber of new modems win and there is every successful the Warden Rev. A z. has been but it Short time at the head of that institution but lie has shown himself in every Way Cap Able for the responsible position he How Roc the College has imperilled country s Call shown among were some beat soldiers Wisconsin you tribute. The City was proud of them gloried in their Brave deeds and Wasi grate Ful for their services. As our citizens no pain Aud again recall the patriotism courage and a critics heroes who went to the front in the nation s darkest hour As they think honoured Graves hundreds who fell in Buttles Aud others whose lives wasted away in hospitals As they reflect upon How ranch the City state and nation owe them and their surviving comrades there can to no doubt about their willing Ness to give substantial Aid in erecting a handsome and lasting Monument to their memory. While Large will be gladly received it is proposed to give even Man woman and child in the City a Chance to contribute something much or Little in this Way deeper interest will be created in the worthy Enterprise Aud there will be no danger that Small number will be called upon to give Large stuns or More than their circumstances warrant Asia often Ilia i Ose in carrying out such enterprises. The under taking is one we can Imd do warmly recommend. A Monument will then be erected worthy the cause for which they fell. T fire at the Carriage shops. Tie immense buildings Carriage Wii Gou works at the Junction had Nar Row escape from destruction this week. On tuesday evening fire was discovered in to Oil House find in a Short time that milling was in a mass of flames. The Mil Dir was a Frame one 30x140 feet and Vns used for oiling Aud storing wheels Anil gearing. The fire department was soon at he place and the lire was confined to the Jne building. There was considerable1 Oil u the shop and the five was consequently very critical. The wind however was to the South nud the Firo did not communicate to any other buildings. The Oss is about partially covered by insurance. With hint Energy Winch bus always teen characteristic Carriage co., the tire bad not cooled Oft before the superin Tlell or. Chas. Comstock waa Givins directions to his builder to place a substantial Brick build aug on the Siu destroyed by 3-. W. Mathews was called to preside Over the meeting. The music evening was very Fine and the a Heirty applause. Eve. Mathews introduced the speaker evening i few Well chosen in which he somewhat on the his try of Ireland and what the. Irish people had done for education in limes past. Or. Thomas Brennan is a of Fine Appe Runce and an orator of splendid ability. No matter How much a Persou May be opposed to the principles he advocates they could not help being impressed Liv the Fervour of Bis remt irks the mag net ism of his manner. He began by relat ing to his audience what had been accorn a lashed by the e various associations that had worked for the advancement Irish people. His. Remarks were listened to by All in rapt attention Aud we regret unit we Are not Able to give a full synopsis on the remarks speaker. Short and in were made by or. A a. Ald Ricoli and t. 5. Donnelly. At the close meeting the chairman announced that a meeting would be held at the same place for the organizing of a National Laud league for Racine thursday evening september 1-3. Y. C. A. At the business meeting Board of directors a. a. A. Held the Day even ing the following were appointed to serve for Cue year. The name will suggest Tho work committees chairman William. H. Beacon John we Corse William Carroll Tounwin ? w. Cahoon t. k. Beach chairman Wilhurn Hazell j. W. H. Fuller Skowes the fins child. Cospel Woik c. Ter chairman g. S. Brockw Ajr John f. Bicker j. Charles a. Corwin. W. H. , c Aweld a. K. Thomas jell Ord k. F. Tousley Cenorke Skowes. meetings for k. h. , were Ziskey i . A Reed James sadist to. Library r. Spun duct chairman Geo. K. Fly. a Percy wish Boru John a Dorchester joint v. Birkel wins. finance committee a. T. Bull chair Man e. 0-. Durail e. 15. Kilobit re w. T. Northrop f. H. Mcadow. Bizil dip committee e. C Durant chairman m. A. Erskine j. S. Hurt John Wilson w. T. Bull. Music Jen Ord chair Man Fred s. Pooler j. , j. C. Dorchester. Membership k. Garlock chairman m. B. S. Pooler. Lecture committee George Skewes chairman e. W. Rider e. F. Tousley f. B. Washburn loom fixed chairman c. F. Hurt l. F. Parker. Visiting sick a. W. Corse chairman James Sabiston d. Jones h. Edwin Evans William Kronske a. S. Brockway William it. Beacon. Sailors committee u. Drummond chairman f. Beam Len Hardy. To Dakota. In the City visiting with . Jones. L Uke s choir has decided not to give the opera of tie this season. Weeks has returned to the. Visit with his. Parents in Racine. -1 a number of Racine Young pc have left Home this week to attend school. Arnold from Michigan is now visiting with her sister mrs. John Fancher of this City. Baker will attend Harvard University this year. He departed tuesday for the scene of study Minnie Wei thaut of Freeport is staying in the City for a. Few Days with her Friend miss Julia Parker. Hattie Coleman of Foutt do Lac is Spe Diug a few Days in the City the Guc St of miss Amanda Case. Foster Aud her daughter miss Ella Foster of Evanston. Are visiting mrs. H. Of the former. W. Of Denver Colorado Ami miss Bertha Sanville of Chicago Are in the City visiting at the residence of mrs a Halemah. Julia Parker has returned from in extended visit in Kansas. Her Many friends will rejoice to learn that her health much improved. Stearns nil Fred Shepherd Ore Home from i Hunting expedition in Minne shia. They declare that the liens suffered ind that they had a genuine Good time. Freeman with his Bride have re turned from their wedding tour and will soon Settle Down to House keeping in their and 5o3 main Street. Opposite the court department will be opened new Home on Washington Avenue. They Are receiving thu Congui flatirons of their Many friends who wish them every Happi less into Eirew relation. When we will display All the newest and latest designs and patterns of fire. At an Early Lour Sunity inborn my the Frame reside Uco of John Olson sign acid on the Corner of Lerrick Avenue and twelfth streets was discovered to be of five. There being no water in the Vicinity the fire department could do nothing and in a Short time the House wits burned to the ground. The is about s1000 on which there u a ids Nince of fortunately it was a still night or move might have been there is a crying need of a Tiro Cistern on the Flats West North Western track. Terrible Accident. A frightful Accident occurred at the Resi Dence Onia Stephen h. Street wednesday. An Oil stove in some Way fell from the table and set fire to the House. Mary an Derriona Domestic Era Loyeda the residence in attempting to extinguish the flumes set her clothing on fire. She into open air and it was some time before she was caught. She was fearfully burned. I her face and arms were burned so that the skin and in some parts the flesh peeled Oil. The tin fortunate girl lived but a Short time Dur ing the time suffering terribly. The Daro to the dwelling1 but slight. Oil stoves Are a great convenience a but Little Dugger from them if handled carefully. A. No boys s. Hart chairman b. B. Northrop e. 0. Hand Charles Peck. Jail j. Conkling chair child Thomas Hardy a drum mond George Skewes. The hardware excursion. There is every indication that the excursion jail Waukee. On saturday by the working men s benevolent society connected with the Tai Dwarf co. Will be a Al air. The Milwaukee exposition is in full run Ning a a show every respect excels its the displays arranged and Are also greater in number than be fore. The manufacturing interests Are More largely Mains a memorial event. The loss Lake Steamer Ludy Elgin occurred years ago sat urday. By this awful Accident three Gnu dred Homes were. Made desolate us t the was clouded in grief for Nisi its. Tie third was the principal sur Erer and some of her finest sons found a watery grave. Many Foremost Cit Incus City were also lost on this memorial occasion and Many Are the that even Twenty three years time 1ms not Solace for the loss of kind parents 1ms Bun is mid friends on that awful morning of sept 3, 1800. There Are very few sous in Milwaukee who Are not Gini ilium with the dreadful details disaster. The excursion which the lady Elgin cur ried was Given under the auspices Oft he Union guard capt Garret Barry. The latter was at that time one most prominent irishmen in the and wok county treat hirer. Paul Foley was another of those lost also John Pollard both Young men of Tine qualities ibid Well educated. Pollard was engaged in business with Lumsden Brothers in a building which stood site of Der Heroid Block. Pollard s sister Alice was also lost. Commissioner of schools Aud Cornelius o Mahowey a Tocher who con ducted the third Ward school were also Patrick Fitzgerald James Sheehey and others equally Well known were also lost on that Day. Any older Resi dents third Ward and Many younger ones can relate blood curdling experiences of that Nib l. The lady Elgin left Here on the night of sept. 6, 18co, i crowded with Happy people who looked Forward to nothing but a grand Holiday in Chicago. She left Chicago on the night of j sept. 7, for her return. The sky was Cloudy and the weather looked threaten ing but this did not deter the Happy sex cur zionists. Shortly after she got outside the equinoctial Gale set in from the North West. The staunch Steamer would undoubtedly have weathered this and carried or precious Crew into Harbor safely but for the terrible Accident which befell her. The Schooner Augusta now the col. Cook was caught in the Sanie Gale and being in Able to beat Down the Lake was compelled to turn about. While running Back she got in the track lady Elgin and the suitable for fall and Winter from the most noted manufacturers of Europe. We have spared no expense in bringing to Racine the most talented cutters and work men that Money could procure and Ever garment will be thoroughly examined by an a ancient Man before being submitted to the customer. Messes Jacobs Silver Are determined that every department american Eagle clothing company shall be Success. Every gentleman calling at the american Eagle clothing store Wilt be presented witha very Nice and instructive pass Book. Extraordinary darkness prevented her Crew from seeing arc now Tyr ring their entire Stock of summer goods embracing in part Choice Lino of goods. Radios and Chil Dren s cloaks and suits. Underwear hosiery Glovon Snoen. Ribbons goods. Etc., etc., at and below Cost in order in make room for 3 a ctr extensive Stock of fall and Winter already Arm inn. Early fall novelties Are being received daily rom on extern re pc lives now 111 ill principal markets everything desirable Ai As prod Ceil. The Choice of either of our three Benet Lenl the Brooklyn Langtry screen pug will be presented to every customer whose Pur climes amount to or Over Jurino tins Ino trl. Mait promptly Ami rclislily1 attended to. Gooon sent . Satisfaction Kliar Arneed in every Iii Tancic. 5 Gorton Buffham it intending to remodel our Wall paper department we must r a sided Over by Yong Memed Yonng ladies torrent -.bole, in. Her names Lor illustrated Callic sue and i ivc list for Kali the latter. The vessels collided and the Winter to be As wan is sunk with the results Guowu. All was darkness and confusion As the were extinguished by the Shock Hirt the Ste Inver then found Pride of our City Aud ,._. We notice its increase Iii popularity and anniversary. Held at the first Baptist Chirich next sunday c. A. The eighth anniversary of1 the to men s Christian association unique i Kier the feature Isle Bitio n this year is the unique manner in which displays Are arranged. Let every body make their arrangements to go with the excursion and we feel assured that All will have a Good time. The proceeds will be devoted to benevolent Pur Posca h. S. Dealer of Milwaukee As in gement on monday Chaa. H. Wai for the be Nelt there Are no preferred nominal assets that Jiji a "hnm1. On Whill evening. Or. Cochran of St Paul minn.1 will deliver the. Anniversary address. Other speakers from abroad will be present. ready distribution. An Effort is being made to increase the Library and a collection will be Tak Cifor Tab Cabilis Ioni ithe Captai n Mohe Schooner the. Cause catastrophe the Steamer rapidly filled the Schooner continuing on Ite Way to Chi was Only in Nules. Distant the and rafts we Revere Over la and confusion of fonts and swamped i Aua 265 up Earons perished. Poets have 1 made Hhite event immortal with their impassioned lines and the Peonia Are still extant. Further. Perpetuated by Imu Fiilus St. John s an enter to e or Rich Sibber -117 Bra Milny Milan till a win. I and to do this we shall offer Wall paper at reduced prices for the Niext-30 Days. Union on which. An m Day is exact liabilities Are not yet kno.wiva3-Tendays-Are.allowed in which to with i of court the liabilities will probably be very nearly Asi Nocor as1 the miss that purpose ent. All Are invited to be pres card of thanks. The belly return their to the citizens of a Eide a Cine for their very Liberal patronage at their and be in serve their wants. For fish. Company of. _ company will imn Iii -.k. Lowell known in. Racine having business relations in every Book. Keogh services auth Aud. Also there Are fiem Jour Everton John Kaper in Souiers. Win pills torpid disordered the Lac alas he attn race to botox bpm atoms indicate thelit existence of apis Ute. Tut Lac Wick alter of or eme Munn of oo49 of. Tim Jutt now a or time Ritma to Iona of a remedy Bluit act directly or Tom Puum litre no i with dully i Orkand Are take Lff Ereni Onn Boro t Yumori sores Price per pint bottle. Pys Pupaia incl bastion .1 bosom of k l go a Viat pile Vitic of Kerbor by All Monroe Micleu he or i mum me Vliet m.1 Nikiti toll la Easco of. The Contan it. I French Tif to Natal Eye ii inserted. Glit Sec uie Jim Psi. and rep by.w6rthlewiibitation8.iw Puzio against cur Ink flu Tiera having similar sous that the plasters grat or Montuy receipt of a

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