Racine Daily News in Racine, Wisconsin
3 May 1878

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3 May 1878

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Racine Daily News (Newspaper) - May 3, 1878, Racine, WisconsinR Racine daily news Ottovon fourth East of Mala St. and manager. Friday Hay 3. 1878. Til Road. Arrive mail . A. M. The and r. M. Trains run through to Milwaukee. The a. And r. V. Trains from Milwaukee St. Paul depot run through to the h. Trains connection at Western Ugloi Junction for Chicago. To Chicago Mil it 8t. Psul 5 p. M. Train fron Madleon Street depot Chicago connect weaters Union Junction for Racino North Western going Nokk. Passenger a.? i in i North. A. M . Mall arrives and closes at Tho Posto Floc follows abb1to. A Losk. Milwaukee Chicago. . Muht mkt mlle Dukoe Chicago. W. R. Iliew Keo Chicago. letters dropped into Tho 11.25a.m. For Chicago will go to Mil Waukee on the noon train thence to Chi Cairo at 3 . Petal Money order Box open at of the Day except Dur Luif la Tribu ton of mall. 01 h . Tho Prosperity of a City depends upon the amount of business entered there and the Only War to secure business i through a Liberal use of Printer s Ink by we do rot refer to old. Stale ing advertisements that Hutu been Kop in the papers until they become in eyesore to the advertisers and the pub he but to fresh advertisements Chajt Gei often not Fth to make them attractive the enterprising merchant this fact Ati l is always ready to Adver Mesa liberally wherever to can see i to get benefited. The pail Newe pleasure in recommending the following firms of this to the patronage of lie readers. Woolf a the new form of Flaxen hanging in tin flue double store on main Street offer i Large ass it rant of dry goods or Csc a rifts Oil cloths Etc., at or Tref thai cannot fall to suit. Or. D. Roft Geniau on sixth hat a Large suck of everything usually foum1 in a Iret Eltom dry goods store which Lule anime to close out Aud of Fec bargains v or. Joseph Pur chased interest of or. Weeks in thu dry goods tullness offers Jetra induce menu to Bryers. Acid in vat custom of old and As one be Wib favor Fata with a Call. Books Rai Khz. Ftc., callus Lnger Huggins Alouso Idock Haa a few words to say to the Public. Or a full Stock of in Juet babe balls pocket cutlery Blank books Etc. Rittman t. Co., at their old stand on main Street wish to see All the readers of Dally news at their 5-Tore As often m Trey can make it conto Lent to Call. Orock Hieb. Charles it lbs having Ludo a for. Tune out of thu printing pro to it in Selling groceries to the citizens of Pacino county urd for that Purow tins associated with him or. They be found on mar Ket North of the court House. Hard Wake. Chol v for a Jook Boot or Fah othere is no bet Ter place in this than John lick to Nln Street he makes a specially of re pairing. L. Ii. Aid. Miller. Masonic Block a r umber of first Cliffis co input jibes. Wall Talek Etc. You can t keep House without papering ind painting. N. Rushoe Hext Street has facilities for supplying our with anything they wish in that line. Jim Fielding was on the War path this he Marh Hallel Hia forces no tired up True old smooth bore and pre pared for Active duty. Christian Bartel Iwin a Granger living in the Northeast part of the town of Yorkville brought in four Young wolves to be slaughtered to that a qom get the usual Bounty feel Mog says he will Hare some teed for Bis Garden next Spring. There will to a meeting at Wentworth Bro s office this evening of those inter ested in forming a baseball club. Pushing Man to handle a great Novelty and of ready Sale. Apply to 8. E. Who toy Huggins House. If you wish to buy some cheap cabbage plants go to Tae mount pleasant Green House West of the Northwestern depot. H. W. Mil Aan. John Dietrich doffed Hla coat this morn ing and Ham nit red away at a boat House which is to hold a six cared Shell. Prac Tice will soon commence. Two of the employees of one of our manufacturing firms had a Little set to last evening last after quitting work. Neither received any serious injuries. If you wish to procure some cheap lowering Aud other plants go to the mount pleasant Green House West of the Northwestern depot. H. W. Milman. A Fox Haa been prowling around one of the main streets of our City for several evenings and some of the people of that Vicinity have made up their minds to Cap Ture him if to Scible. A up Litho feigned by a majority of the property owners in the Block will be presented to the Council next monday night for the paving of the Alloy Between main and Wisconsin streets from fourth Street to Market Square. James Murdoch Tho tramp from world county w to attempted a rape upon mrs. Hatchwell of Rochester some time since avas found guilty of Tho charge in Tho circuit court tuesday and taken to Waupun yesterday where he will serve a sentence of five years. Saturday Tho Lith inst is the Day set for the first races of the season at the it clue driving Park. There will be two trotting races one running race the hint one to Corne off at 2 p. M. In Tho first race Tho prizes offered Are is follow 1st, Hood and Blanket valued lit 2nd, Hood and Blanket valued at w in the second race 1st Arlzo Hood and Blanket valued at 2nd, Hood and Blanket valued at the running race will to a one fourth mile dash Best two in three prise the following Saloon keepers have made application to tie City Council for License to intoxicating liquors for the ensuing Yonn Chas. Troy m. Ahrens. J. Sto Efti l. C. P. It f. Chas. Both Fred ban Amott h. D. Horlis. C. Hanson Frank Anthony j. Duffy Jacob Hagerer n. P. A Rasmussen John Kohl Man Peter Ila Hunsburger Adam Komus and version mrs. Louisa Klein l. A Hock c Hristian Bettray Simon Auspitz w. H. Lutz Henry Fisher g. A. Kicker Man Adolph Weber Joseph o. P. Nick Klei Nemuth Are. Chris. Arndt Nick Kleer John Koch Michael Wilton f. X. Haas John Becker Klein burp a Murphy Chas. Madory j. P. Her finer John Chris Eisner. W. Alf Kwh and Henry Zoeterman Oil Baum i. The Council granted b to f. H. Fencing Ernst Jura d. Lynn Chris. Heck and Jacob Fleck at the last session. Ii. Stone Bon find toll a tale have applied for drug Storc l an eminent Teet taller Ifould Only consent to sit f or his Jar trait on Condi lion ilium lie by Ould be taken in water a paper was recently firc fluted the Ouirt the congregation the fou orig very charitable object in View to the undersigned do pledge our f Yves to pay tin amount for i lie purpose of the organist and a Hoy to blow the a Olio objects to profanity by arise it is both vulgar writes to what she ought to say when a dollies line beaks and lets a week s fall into the tend. Sheo ughetto my Blob pal i c Meek for they inherit thu but probably in not think of it. Boll the life of one of the Bonanza men is Wing to Europe to Aston ish natives Enid has provided herself in Advance with to wonderful wardrobe from Worth a and Worth of Dia she appears from the descriptions in the papers to have worn All the Diamond but very few of the clothes at the recent Charity Ball in new York. The fear of not succeeding and the impression of fear often occasion Loo Grout i in the Pursuit of a n Enterprise. When circumspection Juul foresight regulate and govern our plans apprehension is More than half overcome but w whenever doubts Are entertained of Mic Cess everything is decided on 111 hate and without discretion. Bayard Taylor says that of his enormous Power for work is an unfailing appetite i capacity for smoking tobacco interminably and eight hour s Good sleep every night. So imperative tins the habit of sleeping at a regular time income thar when now and then he has had to defer going to bed at the usual time and has tried to induce Wake Fnu Nesh by drinking two or three cups of inc blackest Rof Evje and by other Means he has Neverth flesh dropped asleep working at Hiti latest news Aci Bis the Wath. London Maic St. Petersburg Cor respondent fit a the decisions which caused the fax arable change in Russia s policy were w ived at in a Council presi ded Over by to Czar on april 28. He states also tha there is much 111 feeling in Russia in Rei Rard to Turkey s refusal to surrender her i Ortre saes. It is thought that to appointment of Prince Loban off to the to Illish Mission is regarded a decidedly conciliatory. A Bucharest says report is current that to e russians have ordered eighty r homeward bound troops. A Metal exp Losich. A terrible disaster occurred in min Neapolis Minn Laet evening whereby 18 persons lost their liver and about 000 Worth of property was destroyed. An explore Lofner a Laige flouring establishment know i an the Washburn Mill was the ii use f the destruction of life and properly. The Only rational theory of Tho origin Tho fro is the 0110 advanced by one the Mill owners. He thinks that the fro originated in the stones from Flo in dust that a Gas was created that All d the elevators and every part of Mill and the explosion followed. The is Algo advanced that Tho mrs originated a Tho stoves from flour dust that a was created that filled the elevator an 1 every part of the Mill and Tho explosion followed. The theory is also Advance 1 that the fire originated from a a Antcli being lowered in the wheat bin when 9 had been generated. The insurance n the property destroyed amounts to Abc at the whole City is in Mou Retog Over Tho terrible loss of life and the i in the Vicinity of the and children Hunt for lost de said to be heart rending. A tron Finical. The agents Lor observing the transit on Tho 5th and 6th inst., been completed by the United states naval Csc Servator. The transit will to visible ii Allpain Retsof this country. Rhe accurate of Ner vation of it will be of Ini Portal tas Union it depends the verification of s Rne Cal emulations made by Tho turnout Asti Monomer Leverrier. Am through the country will to assisted it of cell observations by telegrams from t Iff prominent observatories. It is reported t the habit of ill i times it Gofa the that present i which rats it ions receive More 1 lev. Sherman is in the and at of him. We think As and Field i m Terance Princi men out of others holding it thunk out and put be will deserve and nation than he would should he in Nee i to National debt. The commit Mitt scare which has been agitating nervous people of for Serril wee to is spread ing Ita Elt thro Mighall the Large cities of the country a Hue a Good Many of the rumours in Legard to the work id Bof the Corum Fae Are unfounded there is no use in trying to ignore the fact that there is an element among the Labouring classes in America Gro Criag Dail Irlich will before another dead 3 itself to be but less ruin Oslo the government t Aan the frenc h commune was to the o France. Under the present on of affairs Linau Cial and social the destructive element a sure to grow. What can be done to retard to or Grela of this evil a the question w Ilchman Well be Pond ered by Lovere of peace at the present time. Tithe. Inertia its and capitalists who Timve been crowding the Regis ters offices cd the past few Weeka filing in order to take and Van tap e of the bankrupt while it was in Foice will now feel that they h ave beet in too much of a hurry to sacrifice their character and reputation. It is not Only possible Taat 1he bankrupt Law will n of be there May be some important modifications made in Tho it will still be a Law. Cotton Spinnad than one thou Sand years Belo e the Christian Era we certainly iced in the Bible of Linen ing 1 in. Egypt but we be Lieve that before that Date the manufacture of Cottons ahas known in. India for in one of tie by uns of the Kig veda reference is made to Potsou in the looms in India. Jirush is we know take their name from most in Mesopotamia. Thobe manuf Stixrud by the natives of Dacca Are of that fineness of texture that a single Pound of Cotton Vas spun into a length of 250 Miles. It remained for messes. Hoi Aldsworth of Manchester to spin a yarn from a d of Cotton nearly 400 Miles in length. Herodotus writing in the fifth event nor b. Speaking of the usages of India says the wild Trees Bear fleeces for their fruit surpassing those of the thee i in Beauty and Excel Lence and the natives clothe themselves Iii cloths made to epic risk. Or. Ronde let an ancient writer on fishes was to fond of figs that he died in 1566, of a surfeit occasioned by eat ing them to excess. In a letter to a Friend or. Parr his love of hot boiled lobsters with a profusion of shrimp sauce. Pope who a s an epicure would lie in bed for Days at lord Bolingbroke s unless some one told him that there were stewed lampreys for dinner when to arose instantly and came Down to the table. A gentleman treated or. Johnson to new Honey and clouded Cream of which he ate to largely that his enter Tainer became alarmed. All his lifetime or. Johnson had a voracious attachment for a leg of Mutton. At my aunt fays he i ate so much of a Lioi Gedleg i Mutton that she need to talk about it. My Mother who waft affected by Little things told me seriously that it would hardly be Dryden writing in 1699 to a lady declining her invitation to a handsome supper nays if beggars might be ii losers a Rhine of Homot a con would please my appetite More than All the marrow pudding for i like them Plain having a vulgar or. George Fordyce contended that As one meal it Day was enough for a lion it ought to suffice a Man. Accordingly for More than Twenty years the doctor wed to eat Only a dinner ii the whole course of the Day. This Soli Ary meal he took regularly at four o clock at Dolly h shop House. A Pound and half of ramp stake half a broiled thicken a plate of fish a bottle of port u Quarter of a pint of Brandy and a Tankard of Strong ale satisfied the doctor s wants till four o clock the next Day and regularly in paged one Hoar Ana a half of Hia time. Dinner Over he returned to wifi Home in Essex Street strand to deliver Hin Hix o clock lecture on Anatomy and Chemis try. Baron masers who lived nearly to the age need to go Home one Day in every week without any dinner eating Only a round of dry at Tea. Ari Broue like a True Roet face Enid to have liberally feasted on fancy and few men could live morn frugally than he in one of hit poems he says of himself that he a lit person to have lived in the world when acorns were the foot of when Bolingbroke invited Swift to him he the Din Liek he would offer. A Fig for your Bill of wind Swift to How Rne your Bill of Milton was fond of a Glass of water and a pipe. A modern who was asked by a la by of fashion what he would like for dinner answered Peppermint cordial and Black pud waifs for the ladies. Or. Nettle was recently married to a miss Thorn. That s Wii at you might Call a prick i v the girls Call Trie Parka them without miss Keeter Singer of new of the Jersey flows to says a writer Areat to be impracticable and jes so. A collection of Belles is g ene Rully Chimeri Cal. What is the use of a fond wife rating to a doting husband hath no f unlike a woman if there is no tie divorce Market must be still easy in Indiana. A county paper in t hat state Heads its list of marriages limited part an editor of a Rural Exchange Speaks of a kissing a hut he won t Tell us the remainder of her name. Perhaps twas the hired girl. At a recent India a wedding in a crowded Church the by de had to remain seated during the Ceren ony. There was standing room Only. A Yonng lady Amateur remarks that while she does t Objet to the loan of i the does disapprove of his keeping Lent. Custom officer you paid Madam there was nothing but wearing apparel Here. Now this is lady that of nonsense that it Only univ night woman consumes thirty six buttons on her single pair of kid gloves whereas Man buttons his Auspex lers with a Shin Gle Nail. And yet folks will ask but ton got the Button no wonder the girls Are always ready to tread the Uncertain path of main Ninny. Mrs. Donnison a made Money enough out of that husband of to buy a Brick House Mith two Bay win Dows. A ignoble brute says that when to sees a woman neither fat nor fair but forty with a Cardinl red plume on her hat it suggests to Hii a a life and death struggle Between ii Tui e and Art with Art on top by a Small majority. The first thing wife does now when her husband Dies is to run Over to his office and inquire of the clerks in Smoth ered tones How much insurance did the old Man have on hid life 1 and was the last Premium paid Etc. Norto cat when or. Baker took to Inife a buxom Little dear. He fencer her in with both Hli army and whispered in her eur now 1 do Promise the my Neer from thy Side to go for like All Bakers. Uthe i Dally need my cause he has quam led with him was never Worth tie nicked mime of Friend. A breach of kindness on Ojie will not justify a by each of on the Omi i Ictor a Raimi wont the Buffalo ii in Len men a Izard As they could it picture Tho of a for Ood or Thi re on one of the streets of a Cei Tani City a family Oft re Young married people to vhf Rich and to e Eurrell of these exist i Nee has been by single wont. The other eve need he dreamy phed name is s Ulsan for m Lund Slee Jis on the wife addressed lion and she m and abstracted i what Katov he word the the sofa and has i slip of sticking. Plaster Down the b. Cd of As head the wife has had to buy u new though she Only Luid the Ono two Days her eyes Are red with cry us and she threat ens to Arist and go into her i holier and whenever the Speaks of a. Handsome widow who round the Corner and was christened at Meritie she Speaks of her disdainfully As thai thing a. M. Clapp of the says that in isi.7. He was pres it at an interview in the late Vavoso noise Memphis bet late Kinin f. Wade and i feral t Confederate airy Leader. They wort discussing the sit nation arid Forrest wassolicitou.-. Asto m hat Congress a tended to do with the Southern states. To one query or. 1a ado would rather meet you on the Battlefield in the hairs of Tho

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