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Racine Daily Argus (Newspaper) - September 9, 1880, Racine, Wisconsin Urine Racine Post office. Dally exempt sunday. Us Waii Tern Northern. Oathero. Orris. 7.00 a. .11 40 a. U. 8.00 r. X. I a. 12.30 f. X. Distribution Dupak term of mails. . Juj8m. 0.65 f. ".26 a. 8.so . 2.1 r. V. 0.30 p. 4.60 r. .12.30 . 7.25 a. K. Ii. In. Wright p. Railroad time tables. Mil. St. Panl Railroad. Defeat. A. To Milwaukee. Chicago fort Western Railroad. Mrs. J. Osgood has been visit ing friends in the East for the put a yen week returned Home this morning. . Hurdia Home Iron Tho East where he has been some time visiting or. Gee. Krantz will leave for new York state sunday night where he will attend school1.______________ educate your boys at professor Parsons business College and English training 1. 11.10 a. X. . From Mil. Olixa a. R. 001tomoiii.ii. A. X. . R. X. P. X. R. Traynh. I a. K. S. Ritchie will speak at the Hancock English club room to night. tha members of engine co. No. 4 have been notified to vacate their House As the work of repairing it commences monday. Several Farmers Esic into town to Day with cattle thinking it was fair Day. They Wert just one Day behind hand. Mike Quinn waa in town last evening and states that Hia son who lost his Lefcik sometime ago is getting along finely. Capt. Christiansen it still quite sick with typhoid fever and will. Not to Able to go on duty for some Weka. Pat. Cunningham of Burlington in town to Day. To says he came in to respect his friends and punish his ene Mies. A. Runaway occurred on the Aid Plank Oad this morning the Wagon being wracked and a Farmer named dyre Lusty injured. Yesterday miss Grace Davis returned Rora a three visit to Oshkosh her Friand Mist Stella Dodford Nocom her Home. Heartrending Accident yesterday a most heartrending Acci Dent occurred at the of or. Charles Morris on. Liberty Street in the 5th Ward. doing Home. Thing with boiling water and Irving occasion to leave the room for a moment left 11 pan of the scalding water standing on the floor. While gone a Little two year old child sat Down in it. Its screams brought the Mother to the resells and the child was snatched from Tho water and it presented a. Most pitiable appear nce its Back breast limbs Natl arms bang scalded in a .liornbie.maunor, so that he flesh Borally peeled off in chunks. Or. Hoy was immediately called and did All in his Power to relieve the child but t was of no Avail for after suffering terribly it died last evening from the injures. Those who saw the child and heard to moans say it was the most shocking sight they Erer witnessed. Or. And mrs. Morris have tie sympathy of the entire Community a their sorrow. The funeral will take place to Morrow. Special notice. Our subscribers will please have their ready for the carriers when they tomorrow Horning. Each boy will to provided with and give a receipt for the week s subscription. Persons desiring to pay by Tho month will report to the carriers. City can cusses. Democratic Ward caucuses will held at the allowing placed on to Bidet sept. 10th. 1880, at 8 o clock p. M., for the purpose of a five delegates from each Ward to attend the county convention to held at Burlington sept. 14th. 1st room. 2d Hall. 3rd and ladder House. 4th House. 5th sheaf hotel. 6th . By order of com. This evening or. Samuel Ritchie esq., will deliver an address at the Hancock and English club rooms and every Democrat should to present and hear it. Last evening Dennis Flynn traded his mule to a Farmer for a sad quite a crowd congregated on the Street to watch the proceedings. Last Ovong Brenc might have been seen about town endeavouring to learn what his chances were for sheriff. We fear a met poor encouragement. Frank Abbner came Down from Mil Waukee last evening to see his brother who is lying quite sick at his residence with typhoid fever. _ to Day or. Chris Christenson was United in manage to miss Emma Toft. The couple received some handsome pres _ a. B. Finch has resigned his position As Foreman of Doud s lumber Yard and complaint at present there is considerable com plaint made by a number of our citizens in regard to the actions of men who Are going around taking orders for Oil paint Ings. One Man named Van a Vagner made a contract to paint or furnish a painting for mrs. Chris Brown of her husband with the understanding that if it was not satisfactory he would paint it Over or make it right. Mrs. Brown paid ?3o for the painting and presented it her husband. He did not thick it was a Good one and of course Van Wagner was called upon to make some changes in the picture. This he refused to do unless mrs. Brown would have a portrait of her self painted. She did cot want one hence she has a poor Daub in her hands. If this is the Way the Man does business our citizens had better give him a wide berth. We have also heard other com plaints but have not room to chronicle them. A bad boy. About one o clock Nior Ning As Martin Oft was. Walking along st., Glair wending Hia Way homeward two highwaymen pitched upon him one of them striking and knocking him Down Elna and then they went through Hii pockets stealing a Gold watch and a gum of Money. After they had Nile d his pockets of their contents they left him and he lost no time in picking himself up and hastening Home. Yesterday after noon he informed the Polica of the robbery and although a strict Lookout has been kept no Trace of the follows has been obtained. There Aro several Fellows in the City who Are around at All times of night who would Bear watching As their actions Are such As to arouse suspicion. J it is said that a Young Man went into a certain House in the Southern part of the City last night and that while therein was robbed of a sum of Money. For fear of being exposed to the Public he re Fusti to git out a warrant. 1 this morning while a Young Man named Brown in Coret Tany with another Gan Leman were Riding in a buggy the for Ward part of the vehicle gave Way throw ing both men out but did not injure either of them. The horse ran Home with Ihmle of hew fall As we Are now receiving fall Stock of our new o a half of the buggy attached to him. This afternoon a. Horse belonging to Hanson became frightened near the Toap factory and breaking Loose from the Wagon to which it was attached ran away. The animal ran All around town and finally dropped dead from exhaustion near the Corner of College Avenue and 13th streets. T s. The news for to Day. Or. Slater Duggett is in Milwaukee to Day looking around the City. Things were Dull about Tho River to Day being no arrivals in port. A Timeka stack ninety feet High was railed at the flax Mill to Day. Take Possession of the new North Point Ligh Little girl nine years of age Broka her ankle this morning by jumping Frem a step to the ground at her Home on the North Side. Last night a boy cams Down to the Sherrift office and wanted an officer saying that the niggers on the shool Sec Tion were having a free ii the. Deputy Miller went up and Learned Thita coloured Man named Jackson was drunk and endeavouring to exterminate his family whom to had net lived with for some time. Jackson skipped out before the officer arrived As he would have been a Restad. We take pleasure in asking an inspection of our styles and a com Parison of our prices with those of other markets. This new line of patterns embraces some Choice styles of body Brussels a Large line of different grades of tapestry Brussels. An elegant assortment of 3 plys. All the newest designs and colouring of extra super ingrain of which we offer a very Fine line at the extreme Low figure of per work of extending the North Harbor pier will commence As Ston As possible. Sex assemblyman , of Delavan it in City to Day. Or. Bush fun and Bro Are in the City to Day on Legal business . Fuller is ticking in the sight at Milwaukee Are now six men on the police there Force. Justice Johnson sent a vac up this morning Lor five Days. L. A Overman left for Chicago this on the 2 o clock train. C. F. Kindorf of Chicago is in the City visiting his the next cattle fair of the Farmers and Exchange will be held two weeks from yesterday. Friday evening the democratic Ward care uses will be hold at the different places in the City. To Day Racine College opened for full term and the attendance is fully As is last about 4 o clock yesterday the tugs Sill wot full had a Lively race in which the former Craft was victorious. Last night the wind shifted around favourably and the wind bound Fleet of sols departed from pert. Knapp. Gillen have received a cargo of Timber which will be used in extend ing the Harbor piers. Last evening e Tel insert received a order from Milwaukee for four Hundred 14 kegs of Beer and one Hundred kegs. Miss is confined to her residence in Ward by a severe attack of sickness. The Hancock and English cadets met last Evanine for Drill and they showed rapid improvement. The number is on the _ the Farragut boat Crew expect to hear from the Mitchells of Milwaukee every Day giving them information As what Date they will Row a race. _ it was Lenored yesterday that some of the Orion gun club and shot Jackson s Monkey. As Frankie is around to Day it must . Mra. F. Platz wont to la Crosse this morning to visit her son Albert. Her Crand children who have been Here visit ins do Riff vacation went with her. For the marriage of or Frank Bull of this City to miss Belle Jones on thursday Sopt. 1c, Are out. The marriage Takei place in Mil Waukee where the Young lady resides. This evening an interesting entertain ment and sociable will be Given at the residence of Homer Glass on state Street under the auspices of the ladies of the congregational Church. Girl for housework Only two in family. Apply at residence second House South of 13th Street on Mam East h. W. Hurt nor., this morning or. John to Harson appeared at Justice Johnson s office and entered complaint against Emil Olson a boy 12 years old charging him with steal ing a watch valued at the gentle Man stated that the boy entered the bed room of his House in the 5th Ward and took the watch which he aft Orwanda tried to sell but failing to do so he smashed Tho time piece. The boy was in court and when the complaint was read and explained acknowledged that he stole watch. The father of the was also present and said tha was very unruly and a Rayed that he be sent to the Reform until he became of age. The prayer was granted and the boy will be taken to Wuu Kesbah at Onoe. There Are eleven Hancock clubs in Leadville Colorado and Twenty in the county. Beti Are offered that the dam Ocreta will carry that state by majority. Amusements. To Day the examination of mrs. De. Kindorf for the purpose of determining whether or no Sho is in her right Sniad took place before a jury at judge hand s office. Several witnesses were examined and the testimony went to show that the lady probably insane on the question of Poison. Her sister stated Liat she Al ways had a Quick temper but never showed any signs of insanity until after she was married when she became Eilent and melancholy and was always Labouring under Tho hallucination that her husband or some Cue was endeavouring to prison her and her child. She also imagined that some one was looking in the win Dows and qua going to do her harm and therefore she kept the curtains Down and doors locked and other freaks. At the time we go to press the examination in Progress and whether she will by proven insane remains to be seen. Belle City opera House. One night Only saturday sept. Nth new and powerful drama. Ninth annual tour of Buffalo Bill w. F. A troupe of Genuina Cheyenne indians a Superb band and orchestra making it the dramatic combination on the Road thin did numbering 25 artists who will appear in Buffalo Bill s new drama by John a Stevens entitled Prairie wait a Story of the far West. In Mot fourth a Ganu Ico band of Chyenne in Dian chief will appear in their Scalp Anc War Danea by c. A. Indian interpreter. Or. Cody Buffalo will an exhibition of fancy Rifle shooting in which he in acknowledged and alone. Upon the Arr Itil of company in town look ont f Ortho grand Street Parade by the in Diana on Honebach headed by Buffalo Sarenna dts Batill stand my also a Large assortment of All Wool and Cotton and Wool carpets at reduced prices. Velvet Brussels and Smyrna rugs and Mats in All sizes. We invite inspection. 128 and 130 main Street. Tramp printers Are beginning to Maku their appear Ansa. Cold won tour is what brings them around. Eloctio sneering now in full blast among the Republican candidate. They shaky you know capt. John is again Athis pit. On fourth it Roet from quasi to left for Ion thu morning to visit trends for a about 11 o clock last i fit a Bright red could to seen in the Northwest and it was evident some Farmers barn or was on fire somewhere out in the country. Tho funeral of Sarah Doolittle will place saturday afternoon at 3 o clock. A. Dispatch was received this afternoon from Hon. A r. Do Little who is in that he would Arriva in time for the . Tapling was released trom jail Lait night brother paying Hia Fin of and costs. being released he left Lor Chicago Wirich was a Good thing As another warrant was Tolbe issued against him to keep the Deputy sheriff Miller had a sued this afternoon forthe wrest of Prink who Rry charging him with striking in Tony Saye he was standing do when Wherry him under the Eye and Knoel ced got ii Elined the Row prig i w had age thin morning a queer Casa of Poison ing occurred on Geneva Street at the Home of a mrs. Nelson. It seems that lady gave her six year old daughter a slice of bread and butter. Tim child devoured half of it and Laid the half Down on Wood pile in the Yard so that the Sun shone in it. About two hours after the child went and took the Broad which was All dried up and the butter in it soaked in. She Ato it a about five minutes Sho was taken with Crumps in tha stomach and become death by sick and it was feared she would die. A physician was called who gave the child Medicine which caused vomiting to set in. This relieved her and this Atter noon she is As Well As she Ever it is a very strange Case and whether the effect of the inn of the bread caused it is unknown. Popular Pricita of admission Sfetku ticket for ule at Elkina jewelry store Josh e Ogden by Rineai manner oysters and fish. First of the season if boots Eula a. Sih Oes men s buckle Dom ton can find the largest Stock and lowest prices. Look at Tho Low prices you can buy boots and shoes Lor. 1.75. Box calf ladle s cloth gaiters 1-00. Cml Drens shoes. Also my own make of hand made and ladies miss and Childs machine sewed in pro portion Pont t fail to Call before you buy. Custom work a specially. Repairing neatly and promptly done. 0-. West Side Market Square. Of sunday nost the last picnic of the season will to hold at Wolffs Garden just West of Tho depot. Good music will be in attendance dancing and refreshments of All kinds a should attend. To Are Tow of a Man who went to his crime Ward last night in state of intoxication just received at the fish and Oyster depot of j. , College opposite Tho City hotel. Fresh fish cpn.3tan.tlj on hand and dressed and dolby Rcd fro ton month and com Lulon Loiell out Ofiu to boy. Girl in Cuca for or Eilar. And outfit. Boots and shoes. Gui York buyer. Prices guaranteed always in favor of buyer. Remember the place 160 main Street presidential candidates. While the people Are deciding How to vote on the presidential election the Mitin Street Boot and shoe Man Lull so Liq jul our in is world. Man a Tapolyi Minn. In a Sli Ameul Mannier acc also v j i rent a Home flu torn Ai. Liquor for him to Inounia m j Taoheed not vet ten i 3 to a free on a ave f. J1ilqmi pc 00, hour and feed store is the Best place to buy flour and Cement and stucco. Highest Market Price paid for farm product. Will close out his entire Stock of summer goods preparatory to receiving fall Stock at wonderfully reduced rates. Him a Call if you wish to save Money. Cigars tobacco. W. G. Sproat dealer in cigars tobacco All Gindea. Full Stock of Seidenburg s key West Cigan always on hand. Next door to Post

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