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Racine Daily Argus (Newspaper) - October 23, 1880, Racine, Wisconsin Bant f mag Racine pout office. Ohms. Dolly sunday. 7.00 i h. 1140 Oyobu. S no r. M. p. M. 1140 i m. of a us . Ii obis. K. Northern 8.3ft a. 11.26 5.15 x. Ii k. 4.5" i. H. . 7u5a. Ii f. X. 4.30p.m. H. W. Wright. ra1i.rovhtimk tables. Nil. 3c St. Paul Railroad. In fast. M mull. A. T. M mall. P. H. To Milia. Sui Ali win to Titi Ruil Rovid. Whole family poisoned caused by eating pressed Corn beef. And Ilc Nuhs in tie de att of a child. Air its r. 2.10 p. K a. M. R. M. From Mil. Who South. A f k r. X. Homo a m. A. M. P. K r ii. 1ukdat 1 a. H. The news for to Day. Old Schr. Speed is capsizing. One funeral occurred in the City to Day two will take place to Morrow. For More cases of diphtheria reported to Day. Miss Ella Montgomery fell Down stairs Lut night and severely sprained her Arm monday at 2 o clock the funeral of capt. Evan Thomas will place. We have Winter and then again we Don t. The Deq Oyler crowd Are to have Alioth turn out this evening. Business 1ms been exceedingly Dull in Tho Justice courts to Day. Or. Meachem and e. A. Egi by Speaks North cup this evening. Or. Byron Davis of Beloit College is in tie City today. It m. Boyd stopped walk away Taii this noon on sixth Street. Maim were put in Freeman s shop a Barny Schneider a tramp was seat u Days Liy Justice Dutton. Unit of furnished rooms fire suitable for 2 or 3 Young men a f. P. A., daily Argus. One week ago to night John Heng Bretson residing on Lasallo Street in the 3th to one of the meat Mark ets la the City and purchased a Quantity t comic Eiste Lieut. He took it Home my sunday morning he and his wife and Liilo and ins i Ather in Law ate of the ref soon after they were All taken cry sick mining violent pains in the to Mitach mid vomiting. The older Niem or Southa family lifter vomiting at in Vervals of two or three hours began t eel better hut nil through the week they Nave Felt sick. The child did not Tare o Well for it continued to grow worse until yesterday morning when the Par alarmed and Cal d or. Gar Ock but his services were of no Avail of he Little one died last nit it at 6 o clock after suffering terribly. Alter its Deutl the family told the or. Of the Way 111 meat effected them and the cause of the child deals was no longer Uncertain this is another our ninja to people to be of this treacherous pressed beef be cause it is i Bleto sicken them at an time and is is Well known Many of Ausili have been poisoned heretofore and soil. Narrowly escaped death. The beef is m As dim Erous in cold weather but it i really unlit fur use Nanny Lime. Students Tom prut Assur Parsons bus Ness College Are employed us Book keep Era and writers in several of the Leadin Biu iness House.-, of the City. Tin re must be one or two crazy men roaming the City if All reports in True. Win. A dior h Viig int was sent up of three Ilys this afternoon by Justice Dut ton this morning mrs. Jake Fisher her Collar Bone broken by a door shun to Niue hot. Insurance Pittil by i. Ii. And l. D. Miller Mako Wilc Block. 51-2rn Marine news. This morning Tho tug John Leathern topped in poit to con up lust night the tug Wetzel towed the Chr. Ashta Bulato Milwaukee. This morning the scow Forest arrived n port All right. A Fleet of Twenty one vessels Aud five team crafts herein port this morning. The propellor St. Aluzans took in a sup by of Coal at Hedstrom Coal Yard this morning. Last night the tug Knapp had her smoke stack carried away by fouling with he Jib Boom of the scow Lauria. The Schr. Arrived in port this morning with her lore Boom carried away she will receive a new one. The shr. Rainbow arrived in Pori this morning All Safe and sound having been in Green Bay during the recent terrible Gale. The scow venture is All right As Las nigh her Captain Peter Rush or River Home with his leg badly injured and say the vessel made the Manitou during the storm and a now on her Way to this port. Last night the tug Sill arrived in port from the lower of the Lake with the David Vance in Tow. The Vance looks pretty Well used up her Jib Boom heed the warning. The. Celebrated German elixir but re-1 cantly the american Conti nent hns no equal in the world for the cure of lung diseases con sumption. Asthma bronchitis bleeding of the Lunjas coughs colds a simile trial will convince Yon of its great Nert. It is Rich in the medicinal prop erties of tur wild Cherry Etc. This valuable Medicine is now sold in every City and town on this tie Low Price of 25 cts for trial size and Large size 75 cts. Directions in full Are around each bottle. Be sure you get Only German elixir As there arc other medicines with the word German attached to them. For Sale by h. Stone sons Frank Leslie s weekly. The Only democratic illustrated news paper published will be sent postpaid for five weeks until end of Campaign for thirty cents. Agent wanted in every town. Send so cents for five weeks subscription or g cents in postage Stamps for Sample Cony and illustrated catalogue. Clubs of four will be sent for five weeks for one . Address Frank Leslie publishing co., 15 Dey Street new York Paul Rte a to War. If the skill is yellow Aud Muddy the bowels constipated it you live bringing in your ears Dull pains in the Side sick headache sour stomach hot or dry skin. Deiy goods. Invite special attention to the following new arrivals in seasonable spots before the eyes bad taste in the i Mouth cold fuel and hands sleepiness being carried and her foremast is of bad circulation broken off at the must head. I of the blood swelled limbs Yon safely conclude your liver is out of order a walking match occurs at Turner Hall to night and there will be great times Over there. They have a haunted House up in the South Pait of the City where ghosts ure let n1 roam in around by the score. Tho members of the woman s Christian Union held a meeting this afternoon and considerable business. Evening or. Gel. B. Keiley left for Chicago and will be absent two or three Days. _ the dance Given at Dania Hull last evening was a pleasant affair and the at Tendance was Sid Sage spoke to Twenty people it Yorkville thursday Oit flit and Nineteen of them went ton Leep. Capt. David Vance was in the City to any looking after the interests of his ves sol. The Hui cock and cadets and to Laird and sixth weird clubs were out drilling last night and they presented showy appearance. Several enthusiastic clerks have made the foolish bet of Wheeling their Aipuu ent through the Street in a wheelbarrow in Case their candidate is Elei Ted. A gentleman hitched his horse and buggy to a Post on second Street last night he went into a House and when he came out a whip we missing from the buggy some sneak thief having stolen it some miscreant stretched a wire across the walk of North main Street last night by Winch several persons fell and injured themselves somewhat. Whoever the Fel Low was dial the mean trick he ought to be tarred and feathered. If All reports tire True Robert Roberts must be a very Loving husband. Last he got drunk intent to Ilia Home on Vii Lii Street kicked his wife out if doors and then smashed the furniture to pieces. Gift will no Lily Tor a divorce. This . At o clock Miaso in Upham daughter of 8. C. I ism Dietl at her residence on Wisconsin Street Uli nut one a sol. Mits Upham was a Young lady 10 Yem-8 of Ami 8 themed a Ifil loved by ail Lur id sudden death casts a Over the comic Unity where red. In the it Twenty Farmers have been interviewed to Day and every pm. Of them John Bowen will be tin next Rigister it dimm is. Tiei a Giri Imit Aily m sew ing trimming Tir Iund Llie Bottom til nothing lit thers lit so much As to have h Friend whisper you Petticoat is Cumins thu of lib gift rent Ward i m cratic con Pinnies Are in Nash Dro ii it this evening at 8cd i a at the Hancock Ami English club room As hint Lci-3 of Are to by Consul ered. The largest number of Ortiz Mia in this i ii i oth i and Demour its Fri of the ii Pinion Tomt our postmaster is car Vinu Pilitsi Jil ii i siiri s to for a inti in his ack irl Iii 10 the returns Youni 21 and ii 24 is republicans a brim. He will just twid 2 of nya Lief re be is elected to the office of Register of deeds. We hear of u Young Man in this City i to has swindled his employer out of unless Young Man makes things right he will be arrested and dealt with Accord in to big and thu inhere will be Bijj talk. Lust the members of the qui Vive club held a meeting and elected the following officers pres Davis Secretary mid treasurer Geo. Fratt com Mittee of arrangements Lew Miller a Lukes and f. . The first party of the series occur on Tho evening of the 26th.__________________ or. Hoy was in lord to attend contain Rinsche of the cow venture last night an reports that his ankle is broken his lug frightfully bruised and he is other Wise injured. The capt. Says a Laige knocked him inny from the wheel during the Lute storm which was the cause of the Accident. Tie Chr. Kearsarge which rolled Over on her beam ends titter getting outside of this Harbor was towed to Milwaukee in that condition by the tug Holton and lies outside of the Harbor piers at that Piort. An Effort was made yesterday to right her with the scow Monitor but it failed. This morning the scow it. Vernon arrived in port from Stony Creek mich., mid the Captain reports Tomt on thursday the leg of a Man was1 washed ashore at lint lace. A Boot was on the font also f onpt5 a Nike and it had the appearance of 06116 uly Hub a the notice Why general Grant is a which was posted up in the Post office Winslow this morning was taken Down in a big hurry As soon As discovered. The Public lire determined to stand no such doings and Tho sooner h. W. Wright finds it Cut the better it will be Tor him. This morning n suspicious looking Char act i entered airs. Mcdonalds second hand store on Wisconsin Street and in be Avord to dispose of h bran new Over co it. As the fellow looked like a their mrs. Mcdonald sent for Deputy Donald who collared the Chap and locked him up in Jinil. An inquiry among All the cloth ing merchants in the City was made but mine of them had lost a coat the probabilities Are that the coat was stolen from some House or office. He gave name As ver Formen and hailed from Tomt virtuous burs a leu lied out which at a House of Wisconsin Street thu Itlie eve ninja. A by a number of her friends Bill the Surprise was not agreeable. Alter remain inti n few minutes the Giu Sis suddenly do a Tuii one id Ter thu other in Dorim. Iii ii tonic. It now been ult Quinle y discovered that one us thu surviints.undim-. The Tylli Ujj of her Mitri in United the cups of coffer not with Foda or Seltzer but with some Mineral Wati Rol Strong Iii clip inn properties. Hence the limit Iii with which every one tin guilty Siisi Benizio Ami their Sonddi ii i Xit. Inmei to sane of thu. Are Laid up Yut Aud the a Fuir Happ Eurid tour Duys Ojo. The liver a More Apt to become disordered hum other Organ of the body us its duty is m litter the in purities Frt i tin blood. When it Beci Mies weak.obstruc1- ii and it fail to do its Dut the whole b Idy suffers. Try White Prairie Flower the greatest known live Pinnace a in the world. Iii Nile Little _2j cents size 75 cents. Stone sons. For Sale by h Appel Gratice f been torn from the body Rev Carhart the above Natii d auntie inn is Well Knoin in this City having been at one Iino pastor of tha Church and made himself fam Ouilia Luiis Tesini who Jon i Hume. He has been bounced min the position of presiding elder of tha Muthio it Church and a cons Ponder trom Appleton where lie was tried ims e following to say about the mutter the Lii shop reported concerning the tried of j. W. , that lit Roll cell at the of of the seventeen ses Sions everyone answered also after each miss. A i another record could not be found. A also stated that during the trial the counsel on Ench Side had been courteous and kind that no word had been uttered by anyone that on his de Atli bed a would wish to recall. Rev. S. Halsey As Secretary then read the report of the committee finding John Wesley Carhart guilty of the charge made against him expelling him from the ministry and membership of the methodist episcopal Church. The report was signed by every one of the commit tee. D. J. Holmes than arose and said we All feel As solemn As though death had stricken Down one of our at his suggestion the conference engaged in silent prayer after which or. Holmes led in an Earnest and feeling prayer the whole conference being in tears. The committee offered a supplemental report giving a record of their actin. The first charge was dishonesty. The fourth specification was sustained by thir teen votes the other five and the charge by the whole fifteen. Tho second charge of perjury was sustained by fourteen votes. Specification 1 received thirteen votes the second none the third four teen the fourth and fifth thirteen. The third charge of lying Wass Stidney unanimously. Specifications twelve votes 3 find 3, Ench fifteen votes 4, fourteen votes 5, none 6, twelve votes 7 and 8, three Voles. The fourth charge of immoral and unchristian can Dot was sustained by fourteen votes. Fob House of Tho Corner of 8th and College Avenue. Enquire of j. G. Meachem or. The Case of the state of Wisconsin is. James Snith Lor Dukery is on trial in the circuit court to Day and there is u Large crowd present listening to the proceedings. Tuesday evening oct. 26, engagement of the eminent comedian or. B. Macauly Impf Nrang in Hli on Liimol Uncle Dan a in e. A. Locice t american comedy ii Wesseno m Amis Section grow ads cloak materials cloths Cassimeris for men and boys Wear. A Complete line of ladies gents and children s underwear in All Wool and Merino the largest and Best assortment of Wool yarns Ever offered ladies childrens Cashmere Wool hosiery an elegant assortment. D novel o ees5t73il seats admission nil of slow cts Sale of seals commences Friday morn at Elkins. 63 div goods. Received new fall dress goods. New fall underwear. New fall prints. New fall Gingham. New fall flannels. New fall Germantown yams. New fall cloaks and Dolman. New fall knitting yams. New fall silk fringes. New fall beaded trimmings. New fall beaded headings. New beaded dress spikes. Above goods Are marked Aslo re As any in the state. Uigh prices at Lote Taylor the Daryst Man in the state of Wisconsin who resides at Clinton Junction was in the City to Day. The sidewalk planks just fairly groaned As he walked or. A. B. Finch of North Point Light House was in town to Day. He reports that the new Light has come and will be put up and ready for use by november 5. To Day a genuine Row occurred in a House on Douglas a Enciu. It seems a Louian bought a table of another woman milled Nelson or Anderson. She went up Oget it when the husband of thu won in by the her and her into the Street but the woman in Anngel to pull out couple of of hit idea re. No. Anti. Tore drugs. Of to no. 3 sixth Street. Original preparations and Fine chemical products a specially. In flt re new line merchant tailoring and cloak Makin in connection with our extensive Stock of dry goods carpets. Prices always As Low As the lowest As we have special facilities for purchasing. Satisfaction guaranteed or Money refunded. Please give us a Gall. 128 and 130 main Street boots and . O x for boots you can and the largest Stock and lowest prices. Look at the Low prices you can buy boots and shoes for. Men s buckle. Dom Pedro 1.75. Box toe 2.00 calf boots 2.50. Ladies cloth gaiters 1.00. Childrens shoes 25. Also my own make of Hind made and ladies miss and chads machine Steed m pc portion dont t fail to cull before you buy. Custom work a specially. Repairing notly and promptly done. Wrist Side Market Square. Bazar of Bazar of bargains. Presidential candidates. While the people Are deciding How to vote on the election. Ref lived from our new the Maia Street Boot and shoe York buyer. Prices guaranteed always in favor of buyer. Remember the place 160 main Street. Will close out his entire Stock of summer goods preparatory to receiving fall Stock at wonderfully reduced rates. Jwa give him a Call if you wish to save Money. R. V. Jones flour and feed store 04 sixth Street is puce to boy flour Lime Cement stucco. In Flint thu Ait priv paid for product. Cigars tobacco. W. G. Sproat dealer to cigars tobacco to of All or ten. Full Stock of Seiden big s key always on bund nut door to Pott

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