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Winona Daily Republican (Newspaper) - October 08, 1896, Winona, MinnesotaA ref cd Winona a Aily Republican oot Orem i amp % announcements. An Oyster supper and sociable will be Given at tie first presbyterian Church Friday evening october 0, at g o clock. Supper 25 cents. Manteo. Wanted two unfurnished rooms and Board for gentleman and wife. Address pos Tollice Box 146, anted Printer. Reliable All around permanent employment to right party. J. B. Beach Whitehall wis. Jwj very person wants something us they have not and Many have what you want. Your wants and what you Don t want mentioned Here will bring what you want and the other fellow will get what Yon Don t want and what he does want. Two or More souls made Happy by Trade. A _ for Sale Miscella Neovia. Range which has been used less than a year. Influx re room 4, Model Block. Quot Jiou Sale a a first class Tjioe Sale dry Oak Wood a Church amp Augustin. 7 a or Sale second piano splendid Quot Lenal stove. Inquire at Republican office. Í710r Sale Twenty five old papers for 5 cents at this Willce. Lost ant found of Youk valuable dog runs away a or gets lost or you have a Parrot that talks too much you want to find the dog and sell the noisy Bird Don t you then run an advertisement Here and you May find one and sell the other. I or stent City and Vicinity to Day s advertisements. That shoe Sale a. Stern eau. Shingle sawdust Winona lumber co farm for rent a. B. Knapp. For Sale first class Range. A wrappers Scull Germau amp Walch. Weather record. To Day s indications. Chicago oct. 8.�?forecast for 86 hours until 8 p. M. Friday Wisconsin partly Cloudy and warmer tonight and Friday Southeast winds increasing in Force Friday. Minnesota possibly showers this afternoon partly Cloudy to night and Friday warmer in East and South portions to night with brisk Southeast winds. Pott a songs hourly Register. Following Are the hourly registers of the thermometer at Pett a songs drug store 7 a a 33� 8 am 35� 9am 37� 10 a m 40� ii a a 46� 12 m. 48� pm 50� 2 p a 52� 8 pm 52� 4pm 52�. Highest Point. 52� above be Rory lowest Point 31� above Zero barometer�?8 a m 30.94 4pm 30.22 forecast partly Cloudy to night and Friday warmer to night one year ago to Uay highest 40� above lowest. 32� above. The is ewartv1lle meeting. 1/y pm for rent eight Miles from a Winona 150 acres improved. Apply to j. U. Knapp. 2g7 East Wabasha St. Rico secure the Best class of room i ers is the aim of every person that has rooms to rent and by placing an and. Here it will be i Een by those persons who Are willing to Pav Well for Home comforts. Try and be convinced. 771011 rest an office room in the a so Republican building. Steam heat apply at the counting room. It space in this column for advert Long rooms,.storesor other prop Section a notice under this heading will reach an audience of Many thousands of people every Day to i advertising rooms,.storesor other i Evv to let at one cent Nee word for each in important flow ties. The Best hard and soft Coal in the Market with John o Dea. Telephone 11. A Baye your order for Money to loan on real a Tate a Security at lowest rates. Bierce amp Walker. Itty Lingle sawdust for House banked in e at Winona co s Yard. If yet a so to be served order now before sawing season closes. A Good horse is a Good thing and does t have to he pushed along but if you wish to but. Sell or Trade it is generally necessary to let the right person know your wants and the Best and cheapest Way is to place your want Here. Icee a smoke up a Dollar a Day and then go about in an overcoat full of suggestive creases and the Subtle of the wily camphor balls talking about the expense of . V. A Nice we Are Here making the Ciotha we do. Charging the prices o a do. There is no excuse for a a i Ltd matter his financial Sia Miira wearing old or ready made clothes. Think it Over and Stop smoking for a while. Kadletz amp Uhlir 1 of West third Street. The old style it ii store window was very Nice but if on notice our new style and the elegant display of goods Yon will say Hastings Bros Are up to Date. know our window has looked Rocky for the past two non this. knew All that but look at it now. You did not know we had such Nice goods did you it was because we had no place to show them. Just watch our window from now on. Hastings Bros. The jewellers. A Good Cook smiles when he sees a armours Star hams Star Bacon or to Leaf extract. The a Superior Quality of these goods ha3 Chen proven and Many of our customers Are familiar with them. have just received a fresh shipment of Star hams and Bacon and if looks Are not deceiving they Are better than Ever. Send us an order at once As they Are just fresh from the smoke House the Acme of perfection. On Sale at great enthusiasm aroused an ovation to or. Tawney. The republicans of Stewartville made the coming there of Hon. Jas. A. Tawney on tuesday right the occasion of one of the finest political demonstrations Ever made in 01n.\ted a Founty. There was a grand torchlight procession in which the Stewartville club was reinforced by the High Forest club with the High Forest band in their elegant new Wagon first used on this occasion and clubs from Spring Valley and grand Meadow. The Parade of the clubs with a Long procession of far ing Flambeau torches and the Fine band was a splendid sight. The streets were crowded with people from All the surrounding country and the air was full of enthusiasm Keenan a opera House was packed with people and Many More were unable to get in. Or. E. S. Wool Dridge president of the club pre sided at the meeting. There was some Good singing of Campaign songs by or. J. R. Kerr of Preston accompanied on the piano by miss Capel of Stewartville also excellent music by the band. Or. Tawney spoke for two hours making a magnificent speech holding the close attention of the crowd and eliciting frequent applause. It was a most enthusiastic meeting. It was great occasion for Stewartville and that progressive town did itself great credit. It was for the size of the place As Fine As any rally that could be got up in any of the Large cities the polish straight Republican club will hold a me Ting this evening. A Republican convention will be held at Utica to Morrow to nominate a candidate for the legislature from the Western District of this county. Or. B. Anderson spoke to Large crowd at Bethany last night. He returned Home to Day much pleased with the reception he received and the political prospects in that part of the county. A Straw vote taken at the school of agriculture at the state University gave 74 votes for Mckinley 37 for Bryan and 1 for Palmer about half the counties and All sections of the state were represented in the vote. Or. E. Vance has returned from a trip to Money Creek where he went on business. While there the sound Money men got up a rousing meeting and invited him to speak. It was one of the Best political meetings held in that Section this fall. Ossa follow we a useybkt3 hot wonk Iuone Flowers of autumn. Without it it pro curable. Gaj Dykeman druggist Catskill n. Y., ays that or King s new discovery is undoubtedly the Best cough remedy that he has used it in his family for eight years and it has never failed to do All that is clan Mcd for it. Why not try a a remedy so Long tried and tested trial bottles free at j. Lauery a drug store. Regular size Goc and $1. Thebe the decorations at a pretty society wedding. J were Many beat jul alter the ceremony in Quot Elaby rate National Cuard uniform. Grocery Oito g. Keuss. C. Hille. Remiss amp Hille is accessory to Prentiss amp Reuss insurance real estate a and a general steamship agents for All lines. A office 116 Center Street Winona. Ove merchants Bank or. John Arnold Keyes a former resident of. Winona now of Duluth and claiming the populist fold As his political Home spoke to a Large audience at West end. Hall last evening Many of his former fellow townsmen turning out to hear him. His address was along the customary lines of Popo cratic arguments. Or. Bryan will riot appear in Winona during his visit to Minnesota. He will go from Sioux City up to Fargo n. D., a and thence to the twin cities speaking at St. Paul on saturday evening and at Minne Apolis on monday evening. He May go to Mankato on monday a afternoon if it is feasible. On tuesday he goes to Duluth and from there to Wisconsin and Michigan. The National and state tickets for the coming election have been completed by state auditor Dunn. The presidential candidates the Republican fusion and National democratic parties each have 9 electors the prohibitionist party 2 and the social labor party 1. On the state ticket Albert a. Ames is an Independent candidate for governor and win. B. Hammond is the gubernatorial nominee of the socialist labor party. Capt. S. R. Van Bant addressed a Large Republican meeting last night at Houston. The Hall was crowded and standing room was at a Premium. Scores were turned away. There was great enthusiasm and the Republican cause is gaining ground daily in that Section. After the meeting closed Many sound Money democrats assured the speaker that they would not Only vote tor Mckinley a but our entire state ticket. Or. Van Sant Speaks at Spring Valley to night and Lesueur saturday evening. The sound Money meeting at West end Hall tuesday night was Well attended despite the fact that there were several other attractions in the City. The speech of the evening was made by or. J. E. Bradford. He took up the historical phase of the Money question dating Back to 1795. He first Sho wed the commercial value of the Silver Dollar from 1795 to 1832 and from 1832 to 1837. He then showed the fluctuations of Silver irom 1837 to 1873. His arguments were very Good and he showed conclusively that men always had and always will pay their debts with the cheaper Money. This would be the inevitable result under free comage of Silver. Geo. French we. Calbick and Fred. H. Pickles were also called upon for speeches and responded in a few appropriate words. E. A Rry a a a a a a a a a a household treasure. Fuller of Canajoharie n. Y., says that he always keeps discovery in the House and his family they must not be worn by members except when on duty. Adjutant e. A. Lemay of the second regiment National guard of Minnesota has acting under instructions from brigadier general Bend and assistant adjutant general Knowles issued the follow ing general orders on several occasions lately members of the National guard have worn portions of their uni Forras when not on duty and in violation of general order no. 2, brigade Headquarters series of 1894, which reads As follows 1. The uniform of the National guard will be worn Only when the members Are on duty or Are going to or returning from duty except in the Case of entertainments Given by military organizations the wearing of the uniform at. A fancy dress or masquerade Ball or the lending of a uniform to anyone not a member of the Natl Nal guard has a tendency to bring the guard into disrepute Aud will not be permitted. 3, regimental and battalion command ers will promulgate this order and direct the company commanders to report for dishonourable discharge anyone who also Beys it. In order that the attention of the National guard shall be particularly called to the matter each company and Battery commander is directed to keep a copy of this order posted in place in the company armory. Statt bar association. M. Ii. Webber made chairman of the governing Board. A meeting of the state bar association was held on tuesday at St. Paul at which time the annual election of officers took place which resulted a follows president Moses e. Clapp St. Paul treasurer d. F. Simpson Minneapolis Secretary e. H. Ozmun St. Paul governing Board which has charge of All the affairs of the association Calls the meetings Etc., m. B. Webber Winona j. L. Washburn Duluth g. M. Loring Windom g. H. Strobeck Litchfield and h. Steenson Crookston. A meeting will be called Early in january at which time the. Association will consider such legislation As it thinks should be passed at the coming session of the legislature. The meeting will be held in St. Paul at the Call of the Board. After the business of the meeting is concluded a banquet will be partaken of and toasts will be rendered by several of the members present. The methodists. Rev. Thos. Wambly elected astute it a Secretary of conference. The Minnesota methodist conference now in session at Austin has re elected Rev. S. Cochrane of red Wing As Secretary. The assistant secretaries chosen Are Rev. T. A. Cone Winnebago City Rev. L. A. Wilsie Heron Lake and re. Thos. Hambly Winona. Rev. E. King was elected statistical Secretary with rev3. C. Morse j. Deets e. L. Ferris and w. J. Robinson As assistants. Rev. Benj. Longley of this this City has been made chairman of the Asbury Hospital committee. To Days programme was As follows 7.45 a. , Rev. O. H. P. Smith. 9.00 a. session. 2.00 p. women a foreign missionary society addresses by or. Wilcox of China and others. Drama next week. The columbian to play a return engage ment at the opera House. The columbian comedy company will be the next attraction at the opera House and on monday night will open a return engagement. A a hero in rags a a comedy drama in four acts will be presented and tor that performance one lady will be admitted free on each reserved seat ticket. The columbian Are decided favorite Here and will doubtless get a rousing reception on their return. Local Brevi ties. Jsu the read Lioan can be found on Sale every evening at. T. F. Leeb &,co., druggists 601 West fifth Mcnally amp Melvin new dealers 167 main. Max Goltz druggist.274 Bast third. Mrs. Mayer ,.172,Johnson. Seven lodgers and no arrests was the report at the police station thi9 morning. The first killing Frost occurred Here on tuesday night the average Date for the past Twenty four years. A meeting of the High school and eighth Grade teachers will be held next wednesday afternoon at 4 of clock in the Board room of the High school building. At the monthly meeting last night of the St. Aloysius society we. Gernes and Robert Winkels were elected delegates to the state convention to be held at St. Cloud on october 20. . Dalton a Section Boss on the Northwestern and residing at Bangor attempted to end his life by cutting his Throat with a Long bladed pocket knife but he will recover. The pianos which the Board of education made provision for at its last meeting for the kindergarten departments have been rented and placed in the Central Washington Kosciusko. Lincoln Madison and Jefferson schools. Or. Edward Lees yesterday received notice from the supreme court that he had been appointed on the state Board of Law examiners in place of a. H. Snow resigned. Or. Lees is eminently qualified for the position the term of which is three years. The report that the electric Light co will put in a Gas Plant next Spring is not True. The company has been considering the feasibility of such a move but nothing definite has been done nor Are there any prospects at present that a any action will be taken in the near future. Mrs. L. T. Lobdill of Spring Valley came Down yesterday to spend a few Days with her parents or. And mrs. B. A. Man. She reports that or. And mrs. S. C. Lobdill and daughter who were so seriously injured in a runaway a Short time ago Are improving and will soon be Able to be around. Reports come from the Chicago and Northwestern freight and passenger depots West of Here that they have been robbed. The robbers have visited Marshall Walnut Grove lamber ton and1 sleepy Eye. It is evident that there is a gang working together and it appears that they Are moving eastward. One strange thing Bonf it is that the burglaries were All committed in the daytime. The dramatic Section of the philharmonic society Are rehearsing the play a die Zille Thaler a under the direction of or. , and will present it in about a month. On this occasion they will be assisted by the singing Section. The singing Section Are making arrangements to present the comic opera a Der wll Scheutz a on new years eve. They Are now rehearsing the play under the direction of the Leader or. Fakler. The Olive Branch sunday school held it annual business meeting for the election of officers the past week. The Secretary a report showed a steady Advance of the school in All of. Its departments during the year the enrolment reaching 260. The officers elected for the ensuing year were . H. Johnson Abs a. , George Richie see. And , c. A Millam organist a mrs. Barron choristers or. R. A Whitney. Junit Kath Arlu Weed Gregory and of ii Nolif Lyon autume the interesting ceremony takes Piave at the Home of the brides parents. A very pretty society wedding was that Katharine Weed Gregory to or. Louis Frederick Lyon which took place at the Home of the brides parents. Or. And mrs. Gregory 65 West Broadway on wednesday evening. A the attendance was limited to the relatives and a privileged few of the friends of the contracting j parties. The Union thus happily Corisue mated is Bright with Promise and the Good wishes of the Many friends of the contracting parties will Fol Low them to their iture Home at the Virginia St. Paul where they will go after their wedding trip to Boston and other Points in the East the wedding appointments were most Complete the House was beautifully decorated in yellow and White which were the prevailing colors of the occasion. In the Northwest parlor and at the Northwest Corner the selected trusting place was a Floral Arch decorated with Golden Rod asters and California sunflowers. Under this Arch was the White Satin kneeling Cushion used by the couple in the ceremony and Back Otthat a Large Rug on which the other members of the bridal party took their positions the Hall Balustrade from the first to third floors was prettily entwined with yellow and White wild Flowers. The Back Parlours were decorated with american Beauty roses and the brides table in the Din ing room with White roses the Gas Aliers above being twined with Smilax. A very pretty effect was obtained by the use of hand some Cut Glass candelabra. Benz and Clausen a orchestra was stationed in a room improvised by curtailing in the Side veranda. The strains of Mendelsohn a wedding March a by the orchestra at 8 of clock announced the approach of the bridal party. They came through the rear Parlours appointed place of betrothal. Rev. L l. West pastor of the first congregational Church who was the officiating Clergyman led the party. Then came the Ushers or. Paul Weed of St. Paul and or Frank Horton after them the bridesmaids miss Helen Gregory and Mary Kinney sister and Cousin of the Bride respectively the Groom and his Best Man or. Harry b. Sears of Boston followed then the maid of Honor miss Eugenia Bohn and lastly the Bride and her father. The ladies of the party were richly and become ugly gowned the Bride wore White brocaded silk trimmed with Point Duchesse lace and carded White brides roses the maid of Honor was attired in yellow Organ die and carried yellow roses while the bridesmaids wore White Organ die Over yellow Satin and carried yellow carnations. The conventional Black of the gentlemen of the party was set off by White rosebuds on the Coats of the Groom and his Best Man and yellow Rose buds worn by the Ushers. The episcopal ring service was used the Bride being Given away by her father. During the ceremony softly improvised music was Ren. Dered by the orchestra. After congratulations the wed dog supper was served the bridal party occupying the table heretofore described in the dining room. Aside from the party there were seated at this table misses Weed of St. Paul Brearley of Duluth and miss Mary Mcgaughey or. H. Hines and messes. Will. Gregory and Fred. Hastings. The other guests were served at Small tables in the other rooms. The menu was Dainty and appetizing and the repast Well served. The couple left on the late train on the Milwaukee Road to spend their honeymoon in the East. The Bride is the eldest daughter of or. And mrs. Gregory a Young lady of much nobility of character who will be greatly missed in the so Cial circles of the City in which she was a favorite. The Groom comes from Boston but As before noted the couple will make their Home at St. Paul where the Groom holds the responsible position of Northwestern agent for Brown Durrell amp co. Of Boston one. Of the largest notion houses in the country. Telegrams of congratulation were received during the evening from friends of the contracting parties at Westfield wis., St. Paul Chicago Aud North Adams mass. Those present were messes. And Mes Dames l. L. West h. M. Kinney w. P. Tearse e. Williams w. H. Garlock Manfred j. Holmes Roscoe Horton e. S. Gregory t. A. Peirce Carl Stevens and f. A. Rising. Mesdames Talaton w. M. Smith r. T. Lamberton and c. M. Yowmans. Misses Jessie and Fannie Sinclair Pierce Merigold Belle Horton Mary Mcgaughey Eugenia Bohn. Mary Kinney Belle Graves Belle Morse Van Bergen Nettie Stevens and Isabella Gre so messes. Ben. And Chas. Crangle f. H. Pittman i d. Hines Frank Horton Fred. Hastings Walter Wilson Harry Williams and j. F. Richardson. Masters Harry Stevens and Edward Gregory or. From out of the City miss Weed and or. Paul Weed of St. Paul miss Brierley of Duluth or. Sears of Boston. A very pretty wedding at the Home of or. Jln Rye a Church. Occurred and mrs. H. L. Church 621 West Sanborn Street last evening when their Only daughter miss Mabel Irene Church was married to or. Daniel h. Duryea of St. James Minn. The House was most handsomely decorated in Green arid White the Flowers used being White roses and carnations while Palms and Smilax. Were interspersed with very pretty effect. The ceremony was performed m the Bay window of the Back parlor which was6 most beautifully canopied with the prevailing colors. At promptly eight of clock the strains of Mendelssohn a a wedding March were struck upon the piano which was presided Over by miss Lillian Knott and the bridal party took their places. Rev. . Dibble of the second congregational Church performed the ceremony. The Beautiful and impressive episcopal ring service was used the Bride being Given away by her. Father. She was attended by her Cousin Little Mabel Kroeger who carried the ring. The Bride was very beautifully gowned in Cream silk with Pearl and lace trimmings. She carried brides roses and wore Only one ornament a Beautiful Opal i pin the gift of the Groom. There ban quiet was Sprai the tables were decorated it the prevailing cold re and Pye a a Ted very pm a try and Harmon Ioris effect. The ban a Rio to was under the directions of mrs. Clark caterer. The Bride is very Yeli and favourably known in wish a having lived Here for a number of gears. She a radiated from the Normal arid has Tai ight for several years in the graded schools Aji sleepy. Eye. A the Groom. Is a brits and energetic Young business Many of Jsu to. James Minn. The newly married couple will take a Short wedding trip and it at Home. To their i friends Al. Ter nov 1, at Minn. About Sevy Rity five relatives and friends. Were present at the , the priests from out of the City being As follows mrs cd. H. Duryea mrs. , Queen mrs. To Torson and Geraid Duryea St. James Minn. A m. Church to Paul mrs George to Chur o. Church sri Minnesota 1 City miss Lillian Knott Ferguis Falls mrs. Charles Edwards Utica mrs f. H. Boysen Bellevue Iowa or. And mrs. Walter Bagley eau Claire and or. And mined Wright it Bah wins its work regular seasons the Ninon Nesotas City min old . Silly Story regarding tie Ca Bouc of Horeb a a it Ca Tonii. According to Catho lie Church at cantons an object of curiosity. It will be. Remembered that in 1892, the prie3t was dismissed and by shop Cotter ordered the Church closed on account of that picture of the blessed Virgin could by seen in one of the windows. This particular window was boarded up and the boards painted and now the a Pesti. Titus claim there has been a supernatural change in the appearance of the boards. It would not be surprising it. hotel people and others who profited by the hosts of pilgrims i suing cant Niu 1892 Are at the Bottom of the new miraculous changes. Philharmonic singers. Branch of the popular Gorman society elects Sicero. At a meeting of the philharmonic pinging Section held at philharmonic Hall last night the following officers were elected directory a. Fakler. Quot assistant directory a. Jang. President prof. J. J. Hillmer. Secretary Frank a. Lemme. Treasurer Conrad Wolffers. Or representatives of the singing Section in the meetings of the philharmonic so Ciet Yoe. Gerstenhauer a cd Fritz . Oak druids. The third of the a Winona Groves make Choice of officers the Oak Grove of druids to. 15, held meeting last night and elected the Fol lowing officers a \ Noble Archt Geo. Hessinger. Vice Archt a. Leineweber. A Secretary a. L. Buck i. Treasurer Emil Leicht. A trustees a. G.,Schroder. A a personal and social. Bishop Cotter has returned from a trip to Waseca. Or. Mason went out to Money Creek on wednesday. J a miss Alice Brown of Rochester is visit ing in a or. Thos. Meigher a of a Fillmore Cote qty was in the City last night mrs. A. H. Beyerstedt has game to Hudry son wis., tor a visit yrs friends. A. A mrs. J. T. Collin and Sori Tcharles have returned to Rochester after visit Here or. J. M. Church of Frt. Paul is Speed ing this week in the City visiting his parents. Or. And mrs. A a Merigold have returned from a sojourn at devils like Wisconsin. Miss Gertrude Frost has gone to Osh Koshy of accept a position As kindergarten instructor. Mrs. C. Millet who wa3 injured last sunday in a runaway Accident is slowly improving. J Rev. Emil Uhl is attending the German methodist conference which is being held at red Wing. A a or. Kaspar Pabst and daughter of Barnesville who have been visiting Here have returned Home. Or. M. Norton and daughters,.the misses Mary and Beulah Norton left for Minneapolis this morning mrs. F. B. Wright left this mor Ning for Minneapolis where she will visit with or. And mrs. John Donglas. 1 or. . Rohweder and miss Tiline Wagner were United in marriage of tuesday evening by Rev. Or. Simon. 1, or. Guy Grafton left for the univ ref to of Minnesota on wednesday to resume his studies in the medical department. Miss Carrie Hess has returned Home after spending the summer visiting friends and relatives at Cassville Bloomington and Dubuque. Rev. . Miller of , n.d., who is attending the German m. E. Con.-, Ference at red Wing spent. Tuesday evening in the City with relatives. Invitations have been issued for the marriage of miss Rose Olson and of we. S. Munger to. Take Dace on wednesday evening oct. 14. They will b a at Home after nov. 1st it 186 East Howard Street. The marriage of or. Bauman and miss Emma Borth will take place this evening at 6 of clock at the German lutheran Church. The ceremony will be tollo wed by a reception at the Home of the brides parents on West. Broadway. Done to forget Kettner amp Zie Behy a grand opening saturday oct. 10. Fine free lunch Fine lunch will be served Kettner amp Ziebelle a opening 227 r East third Street saturday oct. 10 s done to fall to Call a a -. 5 1 a. I re a j a cheap excursions to the Feit and no att West a a on August 4c 18, september Lia 29, october 6 and 20,1896, the Northwestern line Chicago and Northwestern. Railroad will sell Home seekers excursion tickets Low rates to a Large number of Points in the w est and Northwest. For tickets and full. Information apply Entz of Chicago a to agent railway a awarded v Quot or highest honors worlds fair Gold medal midwinter fair. A a dry most perfect a pure grape Cream of tartar. Powder. From amm Onla Alain or any other adulterate in All the great hotels the. ?c�i4i clubs and the Homes or. Prices Crea baking powder holds. . R. 40 years Feest sudant some Launi unc Bop an or canted by the. Member a animated Ulic Wailon in a dul Geti in the next m4tlog had in. J two Tye Ekay Tlsty of the committee. The social science club met for he Firrito. Tipsie this year last night arid had a very Well attended and interesting the first business of the evening was the discussion of a paper presented by script. Tormey at the fast meeting on a a Speicer and Hig data of it a j papers on a Christian sociology by or. Kent and a the organic Conception of society try. Miss harps were omitted As both were absent. Quot or. V. Or Stockman read a Quot a a by in Star Active paper in a Usu riyals. Of primitive customs a and introduced Many illustrations gathered from the Voity. Cha pts is four and five of Small and Vincent so handbook of sociology Wei discussed in a Mariner. J the a question was raised As to whether the society should make practical a illustrations if sociology and brought Forward a spirited Dis j Cussion. Two new members were admitted to the society or. Bordeaux and we. Mcintosh. The next meeting will be held one we from next wednesday. At this time Book 2 of the handbook will by discussed. F. A rising will pre Serit a paper on a what forces or conditions a tend to break Down class distinctions in Winona a and George t. Simpson will read a paper Pri. Fhy a Early. History of the a following a re the names of the committees and officers haying charge of the work r a i executive committee a Manire 4 a j. Holmes. Margaret j. Hubbell Emily or. Ifa Xis f. A. Rising James a. Tormey. I committee on original studies Edwin a. Kirkpatrick Burr d. Biair. Secretary treasurer a. A. Bartlett. Committee on current bibliography f. Little mrs. Few Little neighbourhood news. A Man said a when i Wai a Young Chap i could be Coffee and tobacco with out their troubling me but As i get along in years they both distress me. I quit tobacco but. Only got $ Little better liver stomach and bowels kept All out of gear until Fly ally my old doctor told me that Coffee had the same poisonous alkaloids As tobacco Barindt quite so Many and advised me to leave it off and give nature a Chance to Lia ild up. I did no to take much Stock in the old Many a advice hut found out by trying it that he was just right. Still i missed my hot drink at breakfasted supper tried chocolate but that lacks the Faste j like and Teg done to exactly go the lately i have been drinking Postum Cereal Coffee and like it better than Tny old Coffee. It has that pungent to Ste that fits my notion of a hot drink and it agrees with me Well enough that i have put on ten pounds in a month. It is make of grains. Wholly and brews a. Deep Rich color like the finest mocha. Wife buys it at the grocery and Saya it costs us about one third what Coffee used Tojo it comes from Hattie Creek Mich. Or. Henry Venne 99 Blue Island ave., Chicago says a a the Postum has been tested and found to be Beaver. Special to the Ile publican oct. S. Or. And mrs. Foote of Mauston wis., visited friends and relatives Here last week. Walter Scott of Rochester made a Short visit to his old Home near Here last tuesday. A school began last monday with miss Maggie Clark As teacher in the senior department and miss Nellie de Laney in the Junior. Both ladies Are residents of St. Charles. A a. Miller is building an addition to his already extensive House. Both teachers Are boarding at his place. Mrs. Gray and son Yeranko of Minneiska. Were in town last saturday a business meeting of the Epworth league was held night. Arrangements were made for a league rally to take place next. Sunday night. While Hylon Applebee and his lady were returning from 7 Church sunday night they were overtaken by a Man on horseback Riding very of a stay. When hypo he a buggy the gentleman a horse a it her stumbled or took it into his head to ride anyway he got into the buggy,-�.throwing his rider whose foot struck the lady on the head As he was taking his flight Tab rough space. Not much damage was done however Only a Bent Axle and a few shake ups. Mrs. of Winona spent a few Day in this Vicinity recently. Up apply Bee took a trip to Winona last week and hauled Back a Load of lumber for his new barn a g. Look took a trip to St. Charles last saturday. Quot a the following gentlemen Are delegates to at Utica s. Card c. J. Putnam Chas. Zenk and l. Skidmore Geo age a Knowles jr., visited in Plain View on a Day a ast Weir. I wish to it Flay to my friends and the Public in general that the dissatisfaction in hot being Able to get in the shoe store is entirely unavoidable on my part. I am compelled to keep the doors locked a part of the time. The store will hold Only about 60 people and if i should let ail my. Friends in at one time it would be impossible to handle the shoes in a wa1 that would be satisfactory to you As Wei As myself. I expect to handle this Sale similarly to the fruit sales there being abort $21.000 Worth of shoes in this store everybody can get Well supplied. They Are going for a song. J. Stirneman. To Dohrow wrappers Worth 89c for 49c it so Blinderman a Walcha a. Grand opening saturday oct. 10, flue free All Fiarand evening. A Kettner amp Ziebell,-227 East third. Good. News. From. Sooth Dakota no. 1 win beware of the fraudulent Imi talons of the original Postum Cereal Grain Coffee. Insist on Postum. Commercial. Winona oct 8. Of Tom we Torii Patent ib.80 Bra Lichtl 18.60 no. 2 Bakers 13.10. Corn Mnair-sl.80 per no 1 Spring 55066c ter55@56c. Oats�?144816c. Corn�?16@1bc. ,. A amp Urr no 2, Aock extra no. 8, 27c no l,24c no 4,20c. Kra�?�g927c. Filax sxxd�?60c per Bushel. Cnovxa�?83.75 per Bushel. Timothy 86c per Bushel. Hat wild <5.00 Timothy <6.0007.00. Bran�?87.00 shorts 89.00 middling 18.00 ground feed 110.00911.00. Beet live 82.0093.00 dressed 84.6095 00. Veal 8q8kc per Pound live weight 6c dressed. Mutton dressed. 86.0096.00 live 82.50 Lamb dressed 16.00 live <8.00. Hoosz live $2.2592,60 dressed 3.769 4.00 Hama lie. Breakfast Bacon,10c. 691 lard per pail 596c. turkeys 10911c chickens act liens 6c potatoes new 20925c a Bushel. Enos strictly fresh 1-2h913c per dozen. A Honett comb 10c extracted 7c. Veo Stabulis a of love 25c per Bushel to matoe8, 25c per Bushel watermelons 5@ 10c apiece turnips. 25c a Bushel beets 25c a Bushel Corn 496c a dozen cucumbers 5910c a dozen cabbage 25930c a dozen afpr.ks-81.509l.75c per barrel. Chess so full Cream cheese 999<4c. Jam nest palls. 80955c per pall. Linseed Oil raw. 40c. Boiled 42c. Grapes�?13914c per 10 Pound Basket. Squash�?50975c per Doz. Butter Creamer. 15c Dairy 10914c. Le1i0ns-i8.7e94.25, new York Money Market oct. 8. Noon Money on Call firmer at 697 it. Prime mercantile paper Nomen 9 per cent. Sterling Exchange Stea a a. 1th actual business m banker s Bills at 84.83%e4.84 for demand for sixty Days. 4.83vj and $4.8594.1 84.80a. Silver Cert dates 65�965hc no i sales. Bar Silver 64%c. Mexican dollars 697�c. Government Bonds irregular. New York butter Markelz oct. 8, a butter receipts 4,761 packages Market firm Western Dairy >7�911c Western Creamery. Hw�174c Elgins Tuc factory 7911c. Cheese receipts. 6,739 packages Market quiet Large 7>4�9c Small 7v4� 9yc part skims 3k�3hc Mil skims 29 2vic. Eggs receipts 8,177 packages Quot mar Ket steady state and Pennsylvania 199 28c Western. 1514918c, sugar raw quiet refined steady. Coffees steady. Chicago butter Market oct. 8. Butter firm Creamery 3@16tfc Dairy i �&l4p. Eggs firm Freak j-4h0 new York Market oct. 8. Close wheat a october 72xc.november 73%c\ december 74vic May 77c. Corny i May. 32v�c, Oats december 22v4c. The go Orlus results of this seasons pockets of every Harvest of Golden Grain will pour a Stream of sound Money into the pocket Dakota Farmer. South Dakota has thousands of acres of Choice ranch land lying East of the Missouri River and within one Days ride from Chicago or Milwaukee which can now be bought reasonably cheap but which before the end of an other year May be advanced in Price. The Stock raising Industry in South Dakota is profitable and Eastern capital is now being invested in cattle and sheep growing in that state. Diversified farming the growing of live Stock and the products of the Dairy Are placing South Dakota Foremost in the ranks of the successful Western states. Those desiring full information of the subject and particularly those who wish to seek a new Home or Purchase land Are requested to correspond with a. E. Howell general immigration agent 410 old Colony building Chicago 111., or to the local agent of the Chicago Milwaukee and St. Pay Al railway. A the discovery saved his life. Or. Caillouette druggist beavers Volle says discovery i owe my .-.life. A was taken with la Grippe and tried All the physicians for Miles Apo it it but of no Avail and was Given up and told i could not five. Having or. Lungs new discovery in my store i sent for a bottle and Hegan its use. And trom the first dose began to get better bottles a ter using three bottles was up and about again. It is Worth its weight in Gold. we not keep St re or House without get a free trial la Uerz a drug store. Bottle at j. A marvelous remits. From a letter written by Kev. J. Guri Derman of we Are permitted to make this extract a i Haven hesitation xxx recommending or. Kings new discovery As the results were almost marvelous in the Case of my wife. While i was pastor of the by it is Church at Rives Junction she was brought Down with pneumonia. Succeeding la Grippe. Terrible paroxysms of coughing would last hours with Little interruption and if seemed As if she a of la not survive Friend or Kings new discovery it tvs Quick in its work and highly. Satin fact to in results a trial bottle pcs free to j. Lauery a drug Storo regular size &0c and s1.00. La As Quot a. Quot i a a -1 a a Quot Loans hade on improved farm lands in Siim of. 91,000 and Over at lowest rates. No commission. For particulars address i. M. Tripp 415 Manhattan building St. Paul Minn a Castoria for infants and children. Minneapolis Market oct. 8. 5 wheat closed Strong a october 65v�c december 65k965he May 69@69?<c on track no. 1 hard old 67vic new _65%c no. 1 Northern old 65sc new 64%c no. 2 Northern old 65%c new. 62vic. Receipts 742 cars. Milwaukee Market oct. 8. Flour steady and quiet. Wheat lower. No 2 Spring 66v a no. 1 Northern 68v4c a Cember 68x c. Com lower and drooping no. 8, 22v4c. Oats Dull and nearly nominal no. 2 White 2bc no.8 White. 17v 9 19vic. Barley nominal no. 2,85c Sample 23935c. Rye steady and quiet no. 1, 36v4c. Provisions higher. Pork�?6.70. Lard-14.20. Receipts flour 5,000 wheat 36.000 Barley 93,000. Shipments flour 4,000 wheat 18,000 Barley 22,000. Chicago Grain Market oct wheat opened easy and lower influenced by lower cables and heavy Northwest receipts which conf Nee a run close to the Large figures of last year. December opened a lower at 67v�@67vic and declined he on liquidation which started immediately. There was some Selling by houses having foreign connections but Good locals outside support developed water and december advanced to 67h967v�c during the first training close wheat october 67s968c december 68%68�c-. January 69h@59%c May 72 4c. Corny october 22vfc december. 23v��c May 26?, of qts october i7tic december 173tc May 19v�c. Park october 86.65 december.86.70 january $7.60. Lard october 84.17 december $4.22 january s4.4094.42. Ribs october 13.50 december 83-50 january. 83.7293175. Corn was steady Aud unchanged on smaller receipts than expected and prospects of a restoration of Grain rates to Day. May opened at 2 per Cut and advanced to 26v c. Oats steady helped by Corn. May opened unchanged at 19v4919&c and advanced to 19%c. Flax Cash n. W., 78i974c s. W., 78>/,� 74c december. 754975kc May 81c. Timothy Cash <2.60 october >2.50. Rye Cash 35c october 35c december 36c May 40c. ,4sto. 8 new 25935c. Provisions continued on their upward path were a a fic Higl january lard opened 5c higher at 84.409 4.42j4, and advanced to <4.45. January ribs opened 214c higher at3.70and advanced to 83.76. Chicago live Stock Market oct. 8. J hogs estimated receipts to Day 27,000 left Over 3,000 Market fairly Active and 5910c higher. Light. 8.31093.52 mixed 831093.52k heavy 82.8093.40 rough 2.80 93.00. Cattle receipts 11,000, including a few texans and 4,000 westerns Market generally steady. Beeves <3.3595.16 cows and heifers $1.3099.85 Texas steers $2.50 93.20 westerns $3.0094.10 stockers and feeders $2.7093.90. Sheep receipts 16,-000 Market steady. Chicago Board of trass quotations fur cashed Bof. G Logan co s private wire i. C. Siladan. Correspondent no. 828 Choate Block. Telephone Call 94 a. V ii 0 own Eye a Choc oldies con a fax in 53-? mks Uva Sisti Grof chocolate Unga Tures chocolate Frappe Peppermint pralines chocolate almonds sour Orange chocolate walnuts chocolate filberts Etc. Just As Nice and fresh As it Yon bought them in Boston or Chicago. Will Cost you 30c at Pittman s drug store. Try a Box. I m. F. Rise so so a be a announcements. Large arrival of new goods consisting of dress goods flannels blankets. Comforters fall Aud Winter underwear for. Ladies gents and children. Large and Choice assortment of Woolen yarns consisting of Fleisher Golden fleece and Leipziger German worsted Spanish Saxony and Germantown yarns All of which have. Given the debt of satisfaction for years. Argonaut and eclipse carpet Warp in skeins and spools Best in the Market. Live geese feathers con tartly on hand. Edw. F. Mues. Corner. Third and Lafayette streets Mckinley he will use Garland stoves exclusively in the White House after March 5th. You can get them now at 69 West third Street. Furnaces and stove repairing a specially. Anything and everything in the i p a n p n hardware line la Stock is a the Only perfect driving lamp made. Or. Scott of Lexington Kentucky after using one says �?o1 think i have found a perfect buggy Light. It is neat Light noiseless a Good reflector and does not blow line of lanterns Street lamps bicycle lamps and Oil stoves is More Complete than Ever and our prices will suit All. Our lanterns have stood the test of time and have earned a world wide reputation. They Are Safe and reliable. Our r. Cone company. Articles open ing. High est. Low est. Glosl 1 16 ocl 8 wheat sept. Dec. "b7x Quot so 67k Quot a a a May. 71 7ff 70 72h Corn. Dec. 22� 88 22% May. Oats dec. 26 25 17x 7% 17j4 May. Pork 19 17% 19x dec. A a a a i a a a a a a a a a Jan. 7 50 7 57 7 60 7 60 lard. Dec. A a a a a a. Jan. 4 42 4,45 442 4 42 flax 75v�76 a a 17m 19h 7 451 ladies. Ltd you Are cordially invited to attend an exhibition of the new fall styles of cloaks Given thursday Friday and saturday october 8, 9 and 10. By a lady representing new York manufacturers. This exhibition will consist of cloth jackets in All the new shades fur capes and Collar ettes cloth and Plush capes Plain and jetted separate skirts elegant assortment perfect hanging in brocaded Silks mohair Etc. Come and see them and bring your lady friends. Remember Only three Days thursday Friday and saturday. Yours respectfully j. A. Wychgram amp co. 73 East third Street Winona. 4 401 75h a a Fiat oct b. J1896 Florida the land of i Sunshine Flowers and run a first publication wednesday sept. to probate court a state of Minnesota j. County of Winona is. Special Terra september 30,1896. In the matter of the estate of John Augustin deceased whereas an instrument in wilting Pur. Porting Tobe the last will and testament of i Johnan Guston. Decreased late of bold coun-1 to has been delivered court -. And whereas John a Vusten jr., has filed among Agustin a on the 27th Day of september 1896. Testate and that said Petitioner is the executor named in said last will and testament and praying that the said instrument May he admitted to probate and that letters testamentary be issued thereon to him. It is ordered that the proofs of said in. Str ment and. The , he heard1 before this court at the probate office in the City of Winona in said Quot county on Fri Day the 23d Day of october a. 1896, at 2 o clock in the afternoon when Alt Persona interested tray appear for or contest the probate of said instrument a and it is further ordered that notice of the time of. Said hearing he Given to All. Persons interested, this order once in each week for three successive week prior to six a a a a Winona of printed am county. Dated at win a the 80th Day of september a. 1896. Aiby the court a Quot .h.�?Tl.buck, judge of probate is easily reached by taking the St Louis amp Cairo Short line the a Holly Spring 4 route Quot from St. Louis. Fast time Low rates. Liberal limits. Through Pullman sleepers. Go. E. .larr,1 general passenger x gent St. Louis to. Store 116 Walnut strut. Figs and sportsmen a Tiodos full Fri ply Tine on hand Gunsmith i Fig and repairing of All kinds. Quot Quot Quot a Willi something new for everybody. A Gas Radiator which warms up a room in a few minutes. They Are so cheap you cannot afford to be without one. Come and see one in operation at m. Toybis 117 w. Third St. Minn. Itti Chierica is the w. F. A. Wod cock school of watchmaking optics and engraving. Fourth and Market streets Winona. Minn. Situations for graduates open All the year

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