Racine Argus in Racine, Wisconsin
23 May 1878

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23 May 1878

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Racine Argus (Newspaper) - May 23, 1878, Racine, Wisconsin40. Racine wis., May 23, j 878. Whole no. 508 Brownson i Rosenberg s at Law bar Linton kac1neco., wi3com8in. H. V. Attorney 4 Counselor at Law. pc Over office Market Square Racine Bow Law and collection office a. K Ritchie. National bunk building fifth Street in clone. J. D. Merritt attorney counsellor at Law Hacib iwi8. Office Wiley i building. Collection Ana. All Leal tended to. A John soon Bose to of. Van jul Skink attorney at Law office Over Post office. A Washburn n of tick Over Workman s drug store no. 3 s a local miscellaneous. Racine Pott office. Op15s. Cl081i. Dally except 1140 . .12.30 Dhur Llyd pros a. Dekpah Tyrh of mails. 1. M. 8.10 2.1s r 51311 p. X. P m . M. Ski amt . Tuesday avg May Exergue i commencing o clock. Iii re ii or tin Good slip pliers. Rev. Olympia Pistor. Scats free. Services morning and evening at 10x a. M1., 7% p Sun Lay at m r before 13. A kinship bros., Racine wis., or pumps wind Mills. Send Fob illustrated catalogue. 4ss-tf admittance 50 cents. No reserved stats All in t flit Hall arc favourably located for tight and hearing Cole Dana Succo woo to go. S. Dius manufacturing confectioners and Bakers. Haleks fruits suts and cigars 142 mais st., kacixe_w1s.______ Henry Sandford Fitl Deputy collector u. S. Internal revel Job for ago r fifth Root inc no Racine clothing House. John e. Beck. Merchant tailor 1hialiii is Beady made clothing Caps furs and gents furnishing goods sum stains iia Cink wis Una for now Sosluk machine. 1 no lady in this country has in so Short a time so taken hold upon the affection and interest of the Public and in All the Long list of readers in the Field none he better deserved her Success or More deservedly won her Placa. Her varied and remarkable gifts of dramatic Talent elocution Ary Power and unique originality personal attractive Ness and Graceful lady like bearing com Bine to make her appearance before the audience a cerium Success. We have made no mistakes in the past Tomt the citizens of Racine know. Every Niue Oil cred by us in the shape of entertain ments have been first class in every re Spect. This is the etry Lent act a of Forkl. Mrs. Dainty is he elocution st the Murdock of Lier sex. We know. We expect to see the Hall filled for two Rea sons first the Merit of the entertain ment it. Second your City is at work in the state at Large with funds thus obtained and Racine gets the credit. W. R. Bloomfield manager. Gross is being Cut in the Park. Milwaukee Best in Nee. Sold by David Lawton. Is prevalent in the City at present. Stephen Freeman has built an addition to his moulding shop. Fielding has a Small lumber Yard he wishes to dispose of. Cole Dana now have one of the fanciest fronts in town. Assessors tout Liegler and Heck making their annual rounds of the City. Rumor says another Tannery is to be erected in the Northern part of the City. Clark is soon to re Organ ize the new base Bull nine. Wants to see sixth Street. Kraynik have a splendid line of boots shoes and rubber goods give them a Call j. The old established jeweler Huggins haute Block offers special bargains in watches Fine Jei Velry Silver Ware spectacled Etc. Try Tai arc lock tract by Bottom Trice. Oscar Kleeberger 69 sixth Street ecu Larlu imported and Domestic new styles new patterns. We Hare Juit opened our new it Ocic Spring Wall a Borden and mro sow Rendy to them to our Friend i Patron. In Riis on Mem brushes Etc., our Stock is now full and Complete and to invite the attention of wholesale and retail buyers. Gorton Billings Cut plug and smoking tobacco. Large Turt nut of Mai Shaum and Brier Wood and smoker i Artiom. The to rent Stock in of toys pock1t books fancy. Goods jkwkl11y, Bird cag1s, ba11t car Iago Daby jumpers and Concetti Oskry. Walking canes largest Short mint in the mate. Fiah Andl tackle in full variety. A drop in for Yon Nolf. You will find from1 Peanut to water. 508 Oscar Kleeberger. J , 178 main Street millinery and fancy goods. Welfl 104 main Street boots shoes and rubber custom work done to order. Poat office. Best j0b fainting in Argus of Flea. Is called to the card of m. E. Cooke. The ladies will find it to their advantage to give her a Call. G. Peil is offering extra induce ments to those in need of boots and shoes. See his advertisement. Are becoming scarce about to in not one having made an appear Ance in several Days. Game of base Ball will be played Between the lawyers and teach ers on saturday next. Of the boys about town Are. playing a game of base Ball by Moonlight. Case of Mair against Shultze for assault was settled last Day in Maguire s court. J Rasmussen. In old bum was shipped East by the but Iii cities sunday evening. Is quite apparent from present in Pean inces that decoration Day Ivy. It this Fine residence is soon to be erected on the Corner of seventh arid Villa streets by or. Richard Howell. Or. De. The discovery of a Mineral Spang at Brown s Lake Bur Ling ton. People due anxious to know who tie couple Are that Are to be married in High life. General Good time was Hud it tie Strawberry festival last Friday evening held in thu Good Shepherd Church. Cleaning up of Market Square is going on every Day Wlinich improves its looks to i considerable extent. Party Given at no. 4 engine House lust Friday evening passed off very pleasantly acid a Good time wus had. A burglary occurred somewhere in i the fifth Ward a test saturday evening according to All reports. 1 barn being erected by mrs. Geo Fisher in the fourth Ward is being rap idly pushed ahead. Argus did Call on. Tie Standard when in Burlington recently. The stand Ard was . M the Temple of Honor Are going to. Have a Celebration next month. Fine commercial printing Call at the office. Prices As Tow As any in the City. Were unable to attend but the Stock fair at Burlington on tuesday of last week was a Success. Is said an excursion train will be run from this City to Barlin Tou on the j Day of the opening of the new Park at that place. Co. No. 4, one of most Relia ble fire in the City has Dis banded on Ince unt of not receiving a salary sufficient to pay expenses re appointment of the present police Force monday night by the coun cil gives general satisfaction to All Citi. Lens. Cough or cold at once and use a old reliable remedy Bitch is or. Marshall s lung syrup wee 25 cents Large size 50 cents. Sold by All druggist. Annie Lewis the Young lady who was seriously injured by falling from the Railroad Bridge last week is rapidly recovering from her injuries. Fri Dikiy morning or. Lon. Clark got his Hind in a printing press bruising the fingers considerably and smashing a valuable ring. Practice game of base Ball sat urday Between the teachers and lawyers resulted in the. Defeat of the later by a score of 34 and by morning Thorel Hanson an employee at Kellcy s Tannery in the fourth Ward had a desperate encounter with while fishing on the North Harbor pier but succeeded in routing the Little being injured. The Burlington Standard we learn that t. W. Gault of Caldwell s Prairie Hart a shearing at his stables recently. What did he Shear to the Waterford Post Arch Cooper has a calf of the Durham Breed four weeks old that weighs nearly 200, pounds. Josh Billings says doing business with out advertising is like winking behind Blue know you re doing it no one else does. Time of tie Sui Day train on tie Northwestern Road has by Eri changed. Instead of arriving at the usual thu a hereafter arrive at now at the Huggins House. She treats consumption Catarrh and the worst form of female and All chronic diseases. See card in another column. Campus in this City ought to be sodded Over and a new Loca Tion selected for the Hay Market. There is no better time for this business than right now. Some Lunatic circulated the report last Friday that a Man had been run Over and killed by the cars on the Northwest Ern track about two Miles North of the City. Subscription list is on the in grease and advertisers desirous of reach ing a Large number of people will do Well to Bear this in mind. Our terms reasonable. Hard place was recently opened in the fourth Ward where boys from 10 to 18 years of age get liquor and become beastly drunk. Luthere no Law to pre vent this disgraceful practice. Saturday evening policeman j Anderson picked up a Drunken Man. Named who was creating a disturbance on state Street and lodged him in jail. Tuesday evening tie 28th mrs. Laura e. Dainty will give a Reading at Temple of Honor Hall. She is an cd pc zionist of rare ability and her perform Ance is highly spoken of both press and those who have heard her. No doubt a Large audience will Welcome her on this occasion. Is nothing that will create an interest for Good Reading like the Home local paper especially is this the Case with the children they see names with which they Are familiar and read of events that have a special interest for them because there is familiarity that makes them easily understood it is for such reasons us these that no family in Racine county can Bufi without the Azous. It gives All the fresh local news each week and without1 such news no family can be regarded As being Well informed. Each town in the county is represented and tie state news in selected with care so As to give Only that which. Will be of interest. In every respect the is gun aral news. The scow sea Star Lias received a new foremast. Sailors were scarce it this port list week the Captain of the Schr. Starlight being obliged to Telegraph to Milwaukee for Crew saturday. No disasters have been reported from the effects of the late nor Caster along the West Shore. The propeller Alaska discharged Jarge Quantity of Iron at this port last be saturday. The arrivals in port for the past few Days have been unusually numerous mostly All lumber crafts. The Schr. Kewaunee arrived in port last Friday and the Captain reports that while the vessel wan being loaded at Esi. In every Repucci Milc local paper is More valuable than one f Manistee a Man name d John Norton had published in another state can possibly hot broken by a falling Timber. I last Friday u. 8. Marshal Fink seized scow Milton at the Steamer John a. Dix has been lib eled by the owners of the Brig express recently sunk by the Dix. Saturday afternoon the Schooner Kin Nie Slation. Ran into Point it ret Bridget at Milwaukee an Iron Structure Ilamae ing it badly. J capita. Shoemaker g. W. Toner and h h. Newcomb the communion appointed personal a father. Its a1 meeting of the executive commit tee of the Racine county old settlers society was held at the office of Knight Whitely at two o clock this afternoon to make arrangements for the annual re monday afternoon a Little mis understanding took place Between two of Racine s prominent Young men and the affair was settled according to the rules of the ring. Four rounds were fought. By the people As a Safe re liable harmless and cheap Marshall s lung syrup for coughs colds Etc. Price 25 cents a size 50 cents. Sold by All druggists. Is said a number of gentlemen from this City went up to Milwaukee last week and los t considerable Money by bet tin against tie Milwaukee in the game that club and. The b or not to a Means of course brazillian beautifying favourites. They Are effective entirely War ranted to make our person and our Homes Beautiful and attractive. For Sale by our City druggists. Pleasant party was Given at the residence of or. John Tapley. On Chatham Street last Friday evening in Honor of miss Arnold of Chicago re were served games played and a general Good time had. Last night the ladies met on second Street for the purpose of deciding on the merits of various beautifying toilet Arti cles. As might be expected the Brazil inn Brilliant company carried off. The it was not an 8 to 7 affair either. Forget the sociable to be Given at father Mathew Hall on the evening of the under of the Young men s literary and benevolent society. One of the grandest times of the season will be had and Hendrie Smith s band will furnish the music. Henry Crawford daughter. Or. And we. Hyde Viil Ted Mil Waukee last sunday. Or. George fratt and Hendrie were in Milwaukee on sunday Miles Addis and Clareace Tostevin Alio took in the City of bricks. Or. A. E. Wells of Burlington was in town monday transacting real estate bus iness. Will Wallace walked on tile pavements in Milwaukee sunday. Hon. Fred Kleine and family departed for Europe on monday last. Or. Ross the contractor is won to be joined in Wedlock it is said. George Hartwig and h. Smieding left the City on monday for a trip to eur Ope. They go by Way of Philadelphia. Or. Fred weeks an old Ixia is expected Home from Albany n. Y., to Day. Hon. S. A Glough arrived Home from California last monday where he has been visiting for the past year Hon. Thomas a. Bones went through town this morning in route to Madison. He was to Lay Over at Milwaukee to at tend the Kellogg Cary concert. John Neumann of Thompsonville came into town wednesday to see his friends and to Purchase material for Corn cribs. He reports everything Lovely in Liat Burg by the Treasury department to examine and report on the condition. Of the Savin stations on the lakes arrived in i Wai Ikee on sunday accompanied by Ca w. R. Loutit superintendent of this d strict they speak in flattering the service at Racine. Joe compte tie sex Captain of the Ray mond stars base was promenade in our streets on wednesday. He merely came in to see the boys on base tors David Bushnell of Burlington one of tie pioneers of Racine county who in town first time since the new courthouse was built. He expressed himself Well satisfied with his visit. Hon. P. S. Cd Cvar of Norway was seen on our streets this morning. P. S. Is Busy in settling up matters of the Vaughan estate preparatory to obeying the Gover error s mandate for the fourth of june at Madison. Moth. Frank Mills was United in marriage miss Frankie fish yesterday morning the residence of Rev. Rowley. After Thi ceremony the bridal repaired to residence of the Bride where a recept Oij of a few hours was held. There was marked absence of Al the were numerous and of a class More use Ful than ornamental. At . Thu newly wedded pair took the Northern i bound train on their wedding tour. Win r. Cooper and Mary Jane Hock ing. May 1g, 1878, by the Rev. Robert Davidson at Yorkville. Mat Liias Broesch and Anne m. Weber by tie Rev. Father of Rockler. At Racine. August Foreman and Agnes Stewart by Justice Johnson at Rayne May 19th. Patrick Judd and Rachel Bright by Justice Johnson. John Leber. And Mary Henningfeld. At Burlington by kit Nav. San eyed away from me sunday morn ing the if Ali Linstant n email Light red cow with Crescent shaped horns Small head. Any one returning the same to professor Converse Racine College will be suitably rewarded. Is a. In., but went away disappointed had heard of Lueck s Fortune Corn in Thi ing from the old country which proved instant to be false. A. Eddy Wells of Burlington was in town monday. He stated to the boys that they need have no fears of being summer at Island wild for they have just completed a famous Well that posses ses medicinal qualities that cannot be sur passed in the state. On the Way from Watertown to Jefferson a Lacre Tiger and lioness be longing to Burr bobbins circus had a get to which resulted in the death of the lioness. Loss this judgment on Burr for skipping Rubinc. . Union Grove was recently made a d. D. Or. S. Is spoken of an Able and Sunc Ratul divine under Bis ministration a Large been gathered and a me edifice erected arid dedicated free of debt. Fine entertainment was Given at Racine College gymnasium saturday evening by the class in elocution under the direction of the histrionic Al society. Shaks parc b merchant of Venice was presented and Well carried out by those assuming the different characters. Or. Joffin s Latch comical farce was also Good and the music by the College Quartetti was immense. Arc responding nobly and a Large amount of interesting notes from the different townships in the county will in this Issue. We shall Endeavor to make the Ards the paper in the county and by. The steady increase of our subscription list think we Aie succeeding. Our letter from the Junction has failed is again this week., what s the matter Way night a Little disturbance occurred in the fourth Ward Between Henry Ken Ken and a Man named Swartz. It seems Swartz boarded with Hunken and came Honni drunk and wanted to regu late the family. This move made Hen Ken mad and lie assisted by his son gave Swartz a whipping. Swartz got out and Trio were arrested by sheriff Fielding. The trial took place before Maguire and the Case waa i admitted. Communicated to the aldermen of the fourth fifth about five weeks ago a Resolution wan offered by Alderman Gates of the. Fifth word. To have an obstruction removed from Duck Creek West of in Sallr placed there by oho w. H. Junks. That resold Luti on authorized the chief of police to them inc if the parties placing it there Sid not remove it in ten Days after being notified. Nearly a month has passed and nothing has been done and if a freshet should come tie Culvert which the City built and our Street which we i typed to Grade will be destroyed your constituents Are waiting very patiently to Sec whether you will carry out their wishes in this respect. Gentlemen see to it that it is removed at once before any damage is done. A West Sibek. Curd of i wish through the columns of your per to thank the Concordia fire insurance company of Milwaukee Lor the prompt acid satisfactory manner in which they adjusted my loss by lire on the 7th Rohert Friend la notices. _ see advertisement in another column of mrs. Dainty s Reading next tuesday eve Ning. Those who fail to attend will Inist a Ricoli treat. Here what the Boston coi respondent of Oue of the leading Western Dainty Oer Aquardo taking ill one heirs by i Hurd Faar first it in one of o or Beacon Streci. The Audi ence we cultured critical boat on audience but you Don t know How thet warmed towards toe Little lady who a to Bei name. They could to i Tiit bar Little Wib Uher her funny Amilca the laity entire of too new which remained were ready to take her on treat to Metlyng which Botton Lani do not Olla ii do. Bui i they posed at first they were Edtha Saatio Ai Lait they laughed and they least the feminine portion of them enjoyed her Delio Loni Droller Iea and Yimpa thied with her Ana when the Wai thay almost Amot Lutol in m a her own Emilei. The i hold u Prond of her we certainly thank u Rora Anding in not to in at All egotistical but to show our readers what they hint. Of. Us in Michigan we give a few of the relative to our change of location e. A. Egery the. Michigan Tribune the Racine wis Consin arc us. Acid took Possession of the office on the first of april. The paper will continue As heretofore to be the exponent of democratic principles. Or. Beery is a skillful and practical Printer and a Good write Nii d evidences Given Iii the Field of journalism he will publish an Able wide awake newspaper. We recommend him to the citizens of Racine and a wish him abundant Creek. Or. E. A Egery. Been non try connected wit i journalism in our City has become proprietor of the , a democratic paper a Racine Wisconsin and has already entered upon its manage ment. Or. Egery is an enterprising journalist and a ready writer who fully comprehends the demands of his profession and will unquestionably meet with abut Dant Success in his new undertaking. At most of our readers ure aware e. Is the son in Law of Hon. A w. Woolnough of our City Battle Creek Mich. Our former for Emmi Man e. A. Egery Racine Anieca his Simha Ilia it career from where he begun in Battle Creek. An vigorous Yonng Man and will put vim and vitality into anything he three e. Of Battic Creek son in run of tie Able venerable. W ool of the Michigan Tribune an Dhim Selett journalist of become proprietor of the Racine a cos or. E. A. Egery of Battle Jareek for Merly in the office of Dicj Battle Creek Tribune Lias purchased the Consin allow acid. Gone to work. There with his mural Energy. Or Egery is a Young Man of much Promise an an editor bus sound views on the finances and is a capital Printer As All the Tribune renders can attest. Or. E. In son in Law of that Wel known Veteran Bon. W. W expounded Marshall Mich

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