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Racine Daily Argus (Newspaper) - September 21, 1880, Racine, Wisconsin Racine pout office. Must . Daily of copt 7.00 a a . Sunday. 11 40 a. 15.30 p. U. Distribution t dip Arturi of mails. . Cl081s. P. 11. Northern. S.30 a. H. Ll.2fip.ii. 2.15 . S.30p. Southern.12.30 t. X. 7.25 a u. 7.40p.m. 4.sop. X. H. W. Wright. P. Railroad time tables. Chicago Mil. St. Railroad. Depart. A. P. A. 2.10 p. To x mull. A. P. X. P. H. From Mil. Chicago Railroad. Oriso South. 001mo Nokah. A. A. A. H. P. A p. A r. K. 3uxdat trains. X. 1 i. X. The news for to Day. Capt. Henry Blako is convalescent. An infant child of jars. Jills died last night at her on 5tli Street. Only three prisoners arc confined in the jail at present. The a afield guards gave three groans Lor the mayor and City Council last night. Justice Button is once More on deck and is now ready the transact business. This morning the Tup Sill towed two scow loads of Stone to Ken Omaha. Patrick Lieres was in the City to Day Ilij on Liis Many friends. A new tar roof is being put of Bassin Ger s Ivory stable. Al supervisor Fuhrman of Caledonia was in town to Dav. Thomas St. George left for Milwaukee a any where he will remain a few clays. Sheriff Fielding is driving a new horse about. The tug Wetzel towed the Schr. Four Brothers to Chicago last a Ifft. Or. I Tiner a Woll Guowu banker at Delevan was in the City to Day. Capt u. Jones was in town to Day. His Yessel the Onward is in clip go. John Mccallum chief of Trio m c. Rail Road is in the City a siting his family. Thorough training in useful studies at professor Parsons business College. Register of deeds Bowen reports the real estate business at a stand still. Attorney Brown Soti spent the Day in Burlington transacting Legal business. To Day miss Jennie Lathrop leaves for har Home in Beloit. New Street gutters Aro being Laid in the different parts of the City. This morning John Mandy Riold was United in marriage to Mary Pfeifer at St. Mary s Church by Kev. Anson Barker arrived in the City last evening from Ali Clingan and thursday he will leave for Kearney Nebraska. Miss Louisa Klein of St. Louis is the guest of miss Nathalie Pasquier. In this City. A 15 year old daughter of or Samuel stole died this morning at her Hocie in Jit. Pleasant of typhoid fever. Or. Go b. Kelly left far the cast to Day in the interests of the Silver plate company. Fri. H. S. Schmidt sister of l. W. Philbrook is visiting friends fur a few in Winetka 111. De. Mills has taken the Agency for the political history of the Federal govern ment. Phillip Mohr vent Down to Kenosha to Day and will exhibit Miller s vegetable cutting machine at the pair. Capt. We. Is confined to his Home by a Levere attack of inflammatory rheumatism. The school Board will hold a meeting to night and transact considerable Busi Ness. A. Number of Farmers arrived in town this morn is with a number of cattle for the next Sale. Or. High connected with the Milwaukee daily news is in the City in the in Terest of that paper. Secor is doing such a tremendous business that be cannot keep up with his orders. Patrick o Day claims the republicans will carry the of Chicago Peoria and Orr Ora by to is expected that an interesting suit will be had Between the owners of the tugs Sill and Wetzel in regard to the re cent collision. A horse with half a buggy attached came tearing town Centre Street last night. Where the animal cams from no one House with five or six rooms anywhere within five or ten Miu autos walk of the Post office. For further particulars inquire at this office. Mrs. Armie Mccall residing on Erie Street fell out of a buggy this morning and broke her right ankle. She will probably be Laid up about six months. Heck s Gray horse furnishes another item to Day. Pie backed and brought up in a ditch on Washington Avenue this morning. Messes. Bull Barker Hart have established their new Wagon Brake manufactory in the basement of Winship s pump factory on state Street. Miss Ellen Jones daughter of we. Jones 28 years died at Lier Home in the town of it. Pleasant last night of typhoid fever win. Antel had fore Finger of his right hand crushed yesterday afternoon by getting it in a machine at Freeman s shop. Or. Meachum attended the ease. Trio tug Merrill of Milwaukee having a Schr. In Tow and bound for Chicago stopped at this port last night to Coal up when she proceeded on her Way. Thursday evening Sprague s Georgia minstrels appear at the opera House and should be greeted with a Large audience us they Are first class. Under the Palms c Ummings has found about fifty or seventy five fops of crockery jars which the owner Gnu have by calling at Dunn s store. A of cupful screeching and hallo oing was heard in a House on Wisconsin Street last Anglit. What the trouble was no Oua scums to know. The City marshal was ordered by the Council to Stop the cadets of both parties from drilling on the Square last night Thev made so much noise. Or. Slidell a Grad unto of Racine col lege departed for Neenah to Day where i will enter the theological Seminary. Leo. Dickinson was made Happy last night by the arrival of a 18 Pound ton at his Homo. One week from to Day John Oberst and Barbara Mirphy will be United in marriage. Or. J. C. Hugging is laying it new gut Ter in front of his residence of shiite which is a Good improvement. Now that Cool weather has set in some of the boys about town arc threatening to arrange for a pedestrian contest. Greatest improvement that a needed in the City at present is a new Bridge in place of the old second Street Bridge. Who was the Youyun Man from Racine Wai arrested in Chicago sunday and fined does any one know l. 3. Blake went to Chicago this morn ing and will spend a Tew Days at the exposition. Twenty five teasers were in port last night which was the largest Fleet of the Hmoud. Young that is Quick und likes children. Apply on Chatham Street three doors South from seventh East Side. 37-4t Deputy sheriff Wackerman came in from Burlington this morning and took Geo. F. Mcleod who has been confined in jail Here to that place where he will be examined of charge of forgery. List nil Jet a couple of Fellows drove up from Kenosha got drunk and while on i their Way Homo near the College ran into a Telegraph pole and smashed the buggy All to pieces. List evening flip Burns Hancock and English drum corps out with the cadets. The stirring music from this excellent Martin band will add much to the interest of the Campaign. Last night the members of the Folkes Avis publishing co. Gave one of their pleasant sociable at Dacia Hall. A Large crowd was present and All seemed to enjoy themselves. It is rumoured that a certain member of the Farragut boat Crew is to be married in october. It is also reported that a Well known Bachelor will soon take a Chicago lady for his own. Last night u fellow entered a House on thirteenth Street and made himself disa Groeble generally by insulting the in mates. He is warned to keep away or he will receive a dose of cold Lead. Men who have resided in this City for the past Twenty eight years say they Ner or saw so Many vessels pass this port As did yesterday. They claim that Over 300 passed All bound South. Fred Ackerman of Milwaukee was in the City last night. Or a. Was owner of the Burlington Woolen Mills which were turned Down Somo time ago. He is thinking about rebuilding the Mills. Frank harkens accidentally fell from a Load of Hay lost night while Riding along on the rapids Road and had one of i his legs broken or badly fractured. He was also otherwise injured slightly. The Hancock and English cadets under the command of capt. Go Neley wore out on. The streets last night drilling and they present a very creditable appearance. Numbered about one Hundred. This a the name of a sacred cantata to be Given next seek in the Church of the Good Shepherd under the direction of miss Alice Mitchell. It is in two parts the first representing the fathering at i Ahara River when Ezra and Bis follow ers encamped for Throe Days before set Ting out on their return to Jerusalem. Here in fasting and prayer Tho people of Isreal sought the Protection of their god and prepared themselves for their Long and perilous journey. In the second part the Scane is Laid at Jerusalem. Tho Occa Sion is the Celebration of the feast of tabernacles after Tho return of Ezra and the compilation of the Temple. Tho entertainment will be one of the finest Over Given in the City and none should fail to attend. Jackson Case has arrived Home irom his Northern Hunting expedition and re ports having had a Fine time. This afternoon m. Secor s team run away and smashed a Wagon to pieces. The Wagon was loaded with apples which were scattered All Over the premises. Tin s morning a pile of clothing at Rit Ter Schmeizer s store on main Street was discovered to to on tire. The Blaze was squelched before much damage was Dens. The origin of the lire was thought to be a Cigar or pipe. Yesterday we. Kelly engaged it work in Freeman s boiler shop was struck in Tho face by a piece of steel and Cut badly. Had the steel struck an Inch Linghor it would have hit him in the Eye and prob ably destroyed the forever. Examination Myers the jewelry i if was concluded before Justice John son yesterday afternoon and is was bound Over to the october term of the circuit court for trial his bail being fixed at the different express men about the City report that there Are More families mov ing in and out of houses than they Evar knew of before and that Lacre numbers of strangers with their families Are settling in the City. People in the Northern part of the 4th Ward complain that every Tima they stand an a certain Corner a woman throws slops them from a window in a House. They threaten to exterminate her if she does not let up. On monday evening oct. 4th, there is to be a democratic picnic at the Milwaukee gardens Milwaukee. Gen. Bragg ii expected to be present on that occasion. We understand that quite a number from this City will also attend. A number of poaches were on exhibition at Philbrook s factory that beat any thing Ever seen in these parts before. They were raised in the Garden of h. The 5th Ward and were Large As a Goose egg. Last evening about 8 o clock a Wood Box at the residence of or. Jacob Gross in the North part of the fifth Ward which was left in close proximity to a Hota Tove caught Firo and had it not been discovered before the flames got headway and put out the House would have Beon get on fire. Last evening the Steamer Chicago arrived off this port with Goodrich s new propeller City of Ludington in Tow bound for Manitowoc where the building of the Craft will be finished. The Chicago did not Stop but the tug Myron Knapp went out and got the passengers who wanted to Stop Here. This morning Andrew Berhart was re leased from jail his term of six Mouths for larceny having expired. He Speaks in the highest terms of the kind treatment received at the hands of sheriff Field ing while confined in jail and says his own Mother could not have treated him better. He also says to intends leading an honest life hero alter and will go to work at we wish him Success. Prof. Noland of Madison who is known by All the prominent citizens of i Wisconsin As the Best chiropodist that j was Ever in the state is in the City at tin Blake House for a few Days. Is is a professional arid has recommendations from the Best Peeple in the state and he is to Humbug As we know him personally. Last night a Well dressed woman entered a store on sixth Street to look at some goods. After she left certain Arti cles were missed and the prop Etor of the store went in search of the woman. He captured her near Mitchell s shop and compelled her to give up the goods but who she was is not exactly known an Effort to find out will be made however dry goods. About 8 o clock last night a Sailor who was so drunk he could not Tell who he or where he belonged walked into the River near Coggswell fellow s Coal Yard. The splash was heard and several persons went to the scene just in time to Rescue the Man. The writer had the pleas ure of helping pull the fellow out. And he was t very Light either. Amusements. Belle City opera House. Rusco managers. Speak be s oeigna1 Georgia minstrels. 24 performers 24 Mammoth brass hand q Eiste i Meier 3 8 song and dance q and clocc1sts sex Tette of vocalists i magnificent orchestra. Forming the largest company of genuine ethiopian performed now travelling under one management for Seton of so and 81. Every thing new and original headed by the Mas Ter comedian of. Negro minstrelsy James Bland author and comedian. motto Bill of thu and comedian prof. W. C. Harris1 orchestra. The also cured the australian team Charlie is dose and Horace Copeland the whole under the immediate super Lelon of Chas. B. Hicks the originator of genuine Nero our grand Parade Dally. Popular prices 50, 35 and 25 cents. Kew Rcd 50 come on Bale at Elkins jewelry store. Frank Gibson bub Idem agent. Auf sol Illch oysters a1vd fish. First of the season men Hansing. Carpet department. Of new fall Stiles As we Are now receiving our new fall Stock of o Al in die t a 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 por 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. 12s and 130 main Street. Boots and shoes. To just received and supplied by the quart can or Gal Lon. At the fish and Oyster depot of c. Gumming College opposite the City hotel. Fresh fish constantly on hand and dressed and delivered free of charge. Excursion. Second annual excursion of the employees of j. I. Case co., Over the Chicago Milwaukee St. Paul r. R., saturday october 9, 1880. On that Day the annual Parade of the Chicago fire department will take place. The o Leary walking tournament and the exposition will also prove attractive. Letoto std to rip Tio Kiet tickets must be secured not later than october 7th. The committee assure the Public that this will be the Mosi desirable excursion of the season and they guarantee to every one a seat in the cars. Train will leave Racine at 7 a. M., returning leave Chicago at 8 p. Tickets May be procured at the following Burtham Langlois son a. L. Kellogg c c Dana. C f Hurt co., e. Kinti Orf g d Marlot o Kleeberger a Kraupa and mrs. Fisher and from the following committee of arrant ments we. Scott a Jillson Chas Brearly Jos Dufour Jacob Herzog Geo. Hollister David Byard go. Teall and Robert Burlow. Stop Over committal of Arran Monti. You can find the largest Stock and lowest prices. Look at the Low prices you can buy Boota and shoes for. Hen s buckle Dom it t 175 Box toe calf 2.50. Ladies cloth gaiters. . Childrens shoes.-. 25. Also my own Mike of hand made Ana indies miss mid Chillis machine sewed to pro portion dont t fail to Call before you buy. Custom work a. Specially. Repairing Nolly promptly done. 0-. If Neil West Side Market Square. Bazar of bag Aires. Bazar of lived from our new York buyer. Prices guaranteed always in favor of buyer. Remember the place 160 main Street. Floor and feed. V. Jones flour and feed store 9j a Lulu Street is the place to buy flour and Lime stucco. Hij Flost Market Price farm product. Boots and shoes. Presidential candidates. While the people Are deciding How to vote on the presidential election the main Street Boot and shoe Man will close out his entire Stock of summer goods preparatory to receiving fall Stock at wonderfully reduced rates Ive him a Call if you wish to save Money. Cigars ii tobacco. _ w. G. Sproat dealer in cigars tobacco of All . Full Stock of Seidenberg s key West always on hand. Nut door to poit office

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