VOLUME XLII.-NO. 14.
Two More Candidates for Office
of County Judge.
WILL DL STRAIGHT NOMINATIONS.
Sjntiment is Against a Division of the
MIST BE A REPUBLICAN OR DEMOCRAT.
Judge Craite is Likely to Meet Opposition at
the Polls Very Little Talk as to
the City Election.
It has been practically decided that
the spring -elections shall be fought on
listinct party lines, hence there will he
Republican and Democratic judicial
candidates. There are avowed Repub
lican candidates for the municipal judg
sup and county judgship. The man
tvho wishes to supplant Judge ( mite as
tnunicipal judge is "Herb Markham,
md it is said by those close to the attor
iey that he will seek to get the Repuh
icau nomination. His party friend-; le
ieve he will make as strong a man lor
:his position as any Republican in the
In addition to the names recently giv
n in The Pilot as candidates for c unity
udj'e two others have recently been
alked of; the first being Albert Schmidt
it the law firm of Sedgwick, Sedgwick
k Schmidt, and A. P. Schenian of the
aw firm of Schenian A Kelley,
Inasmueh as the Republicans are alter
oth offices that makes it imperative , n
he part of the Democrats to do likewis ■
lence fh-u-e will be no political compro
nine this spring. A prominent Repn'o
lean said: "I am in favor of straight
arty nominations, if the Republicans
ml Democrats get together and agree
n dividing the officts it would look like
, dicker to sell out the people. If there
re party nominations we shall then get
he best men attainable and a square
nd aggressive fight will surely result in
he most available men winning. 1
hiuk 1 voice the majority sentiment of
he Republican party m the county.
So far there has appeared no opposi
ion to the candidacy of Judge Craite,
:ho will likely be the Democratic noin
lee for municipal judge.
Little interest has yet manifested it
df in the city campaign. Just who
fill get the nominations in either party
i a subject of conjecture.
LUIS B. USHER ENTERS
Ellis B. Usher of La Crosse, for many
ears editor of the La Cr s>e Chronicle
rho is known in Manitowoc, has m-v- t
-1 his connection with the Chronicle
nd will hereatti r live in Milwaukee
t is stated that Mr Usher will enter
lie Milwaukee newspaper field, but on
-filch paper and in what capacity i
ot ye! public. The probability is that h -
lay succeed Jene C. Murphy, late
litorial writer on The Sentinel, and
ow private secretrry to Gov. La Fol
itte. When Mr. Murphy resigned from
le editorial staff of The Sentinel it
aturally created a vacancy, and Mr.
'slier being an editorial writer the sur
nise is that he will get the place.
John Smith a carpenter on the steam
ity of Naples die 1 suddenly this morn
ig of heart disease.
ON THE DIV INITY READ
IN A MANITOWOC CHURCH.
At the -hnrcli of St. Boniface last Sun
ay a part of a papal encyclical was
jad in place of the sermon. Next Sun
ay the remaining portion of the docn
leut will be given to the congregation
he pope's letter is addressed to the
fchbishops and bishops of the world
ad he commands that it be read in
ich parish church. The document
mtai’is an argument on the divinity of
hrist, and the pope alleges that at the
ose of one century and the opening of
aother the time is opportune for an
tposition of this doctrine, one of the
irdinal articles of apostolic faith.
The Christian Science society holds
irvice Sunday at 10:30 A. M. Subject
ir next Sunday's lesson is: "Life”
unday school 11:45. Wednesday
veiling service at H o'clock,
.eadiug room is open Tuesday and
humbiy from 2 to 4 P. M. Frazier
all, York street between Seventh and
jghth. All are invited.
) Plush Cajies. finely trimmed with fur,
ill be included in the sale at the
eopi.kh Savings Bank next
r eekat pi.dU
MRS. J. EDGAR CRAIG
DIED THIS MORNING
IN SPRINGFIELD. MASS.
Mrs. Craig, widow of J. Edgar Craig
died this morning, the latter who wo
wed known in Manitowoc, and who
died recently was the son of tin 1 Rev.
Mr. Craig, for many years pastor of the
Presbyterian church. Mrs. Craig lived
in Springfieln, Mass,
AS A MEMORIAL
WILL CALL IT
THE NAGLE SCHOOL.
[ To perpetuate tiie memory of John
| Nagle, citizens of the Seventh ward
have circulated a petition asking that
1 the new school house be named after
him. This petition was presented to the
j city council at its last meeting and a
! Committee of Aldermen was appointed
j to confer with the directors of the school
district as to the desirability of this ap
propriate remembrance. There is no
doubt but that the new school house
will be named "Nagle School.”
For ti n years Mr. Nagle was comity
superintendent of schools, and during
his term of office education was main
tained at a high stun lard Asa matter
of fact he never lost his interest in the
NEW BANK WILE
BE READY FOR OC
CUPANCY IN A WEEK.
The German-American hank building
which has been in course of construction
for some months on Ninth and Jay
streets, will lie occupied in about two
weeks. The structure is now complete
with the exception of internal decora
lions. These are being pushed with all
p issible dispatch, so that the bank can
occupy its new home. It is said the
new building is better adapted for bank,
ing purpose t than any other in the city-
CIRCIIT COURT OPENS
ON TUESDAY NEXT AND
WILL CONTINUE A MONTH.
Circuit court term opens on Tuesday
next Judge Kirwan presiding The
calendar shows forty-live cases, seven
of which are civil suits. It is expected '
that this term will last all of three or j
four weeks. Circuit Court Clerk Me-1
Mahon will distribute the calendars to- j
day. showing the individual cases and ]
the attorneys representing litigents.
A NEW ICE HOUSE
FOR THE CHICAGO
The Chicago and Northwestern rail"
road will not depend on any local ice
coaci : a in this city for its ice. The
c iiup.uiy is building anew ice house,
opposite the freight depot, and here
1 irgi quantities of ice will bo stored
which will supply the refrigerator cars
and parlor cars. The new structure |
will be ready sometime next month
when ice will then be stored in it.
HOY T’ PLAY A DAY
AND A NIGHT AT THE;
TURNER OPTRA HOUSE.
Hoyt's A Day and a Night" company
will he here to-night at Turner Opera
•house. This season the show embraces!
in its c imposition the most talented ar-;
fists who have been selected with regard
to their peculiar fitness tor their respec
tive roles. The specialities are not only
new, but add a distinct charm to the
performance on account of the popular
interest in the performers, many of
whom are orginators of their .peculiar '
style of art. The ladies who are richly
dressed, add zest to the play, and they
are all fitly costumed. The tout ensem
ble of Hoyt's "A Day and A Night" is
superior to any previous performance of
BISHOP WELLER MAKES
A PLEA FOR MONEY FOR
ST. JAMES CHURCH.
Bishop Weller, who was recently con
secrated coadjutor bishop of the Episco
pal diocese of Fond du Lac preached
morning and evening in St. James
church on Sunday last. At evensong
the coadjutor ordinary administered tie
rite of confirmation to a class of sixteen,
mostly adults. In his sermon at the
morning service the bishop took occa
sion to make a plea for funds for flu
erection of the new church. He was
not diffident in telling his hearers that |
lie expected gold coin on the contrihu
tion plate. He also urged them to con
tinue their efforts to swell the building
fund, so that the rector of the church
could pay cash as the work progressed.
The interior of the church last Sun
day was similar to Christmas, the decor
ations not having been taken down.
Regular *1 all wool Underwear special
at the Pkopi.es Savings Bank /q
next week at 0/C
MRS. VILAS’ LONG
She Died Early Yesterday Morn
ing' Before Dawn.
MS. VILAS WAS AWAY AT THE TIME.
Funeral Services Will be Held on
HER DEATH WAS NOT UNEXPECTED.
She Was a Woman of Kindly Heart. Who
Endeared Many Friends to Her
Mrs. Joseph Vilas died at 4 o’clock
yestciday The end came after a se
vere illness of six months duration,
though for the previouseighteen months
she had not been in good health. Pri
marily her death was caused by heart
I trouble. It was only on Tnes lay morii
-1 ing tha’ Mr. Vila* remarked Unit his
wife ha-l Hiown marked signs of im
proveue-.' !, and he was sufficiently con
fident tha there was no imminent dan
ger that he j, urneyed to Chicago and
- transacted bu-iin Mr Vilas had not
I yet returned from the south when nis
i wife breathed h--r last, but he arrived
j home by the midday train yesterday.
He had previously been apprised of the
During her protracted illness Mrs.
Vilas had the sympathy of many friends
who watched with anxious s fiicitude
her brave struggle against the ravages
of disease. This tender concern was
prompted by Airs, Vilas' long and help
ful career in this community. Her
friends are numerous and their sorrow
is deep, for her hospitable and kindly
character had deeply intrenched itself
iu their affections. Quite a void is ma le
by her death in social, chinch and char
itable circles. For years she was an ar
dent worker for the promotion of Epis
cupaliauism, and was an attached mem
ber and communicant of St. James
church, the burial service of which will
lie recited over her bier by the* re-tor.
the Rev. S. R. S. Gray. It is expected
that the funeral service will take place
on Saturday. The wish of the dead wo
man was that her body would not be
consigned to the earth until she had
been pronounced dead for three days.
A!. preparations for the last sad rites
had been anticipated.
Mrs. Vilas was born in Ugdensburg,
N. V . in 1833, and sht was in her sixty -
eigth year. She came to this city as a
girl and was married to Mr. N ilas. One
son is the result of the union.
librarian non briesen
Submits Ike Figures on Circulation for
Past M eek.
Miss Von Briesen, librarian of tin
Manitowoc public library submits her tig
tires, showing the circulation statistics
foi the past weekending January 5.
They tire: General, 1!; philosophy!!:
sociology, S; natural science, (i: useful
arts. 5; tin-t arts 9: history. 23: travel. 42
biography, 2*. literature, *l7. Total ‘455.
Of these 87' were German, 21! Polish. It
Bohemian and 7 Norwegian. Bails
average was Bit.
Total circulation for December was
3875. The daily average was 155. show
ing an increase of five a day in excess of
GILBERT VV- BURNETT
HAS BOTH LEGS SIM RED
BY CENTRAL TR AIN
Gilbert W. Burnell, bookkeeper tit
Berger's ship yat 1. bad both legs cut oil
by a Wisconsin Central freight train
yesterday. He was crossing the rail
road bridge about 5:!!<) o'clock in the eve
ning, when the train hacked towards I
him. and while trying to get out ot tin
way he slipped and tell beneath the |
wheels, having both legs cut off below ;
the knee joint He was taken to his
home on New York ave. Mr. Burnett
is nearly 80 wears old, and in his weak
ened condition slight hopes of his recov
ery are entertained. Mr. Burnett's son
fell from the bridge and drowned sever
al years ago, not far from where the old
gentleman was injured.
City Council, Met Council met on
Monday night and heard protests from
tax payers who alleged they were excess'
ively assessed, Higgins bond was ap
proved. A discussion arose relative to
putting an arc light at the Thirteenth
street crossing of the C. ,v N. W. rail
road. The aldermen insist that a light
shall he placed there at night. The old
fire engine was ordered renovated. Ln
dan Budcyz was elected Seventh ward
75c Blankets at the Pkopkks jjn
Savings Bank next week HOC
MANITOWOC, WIS, JANUARY 10, 1901.
MR. KAUFMAN DECIDES
TO ENTER BUSINESS IN
CITY 0E MANITOWOC.
Peter Kaufman, the late connt y ti. ,-is
urer, has decided not to return to the
farm. He will try and make a filing in
I Manitowoc i ity, and lien In 1 w 11 make
his permanent home. Asked had he
any plans for the future. Mr. Kaufman
replied that he had no definite purpose
yet in mind beyond the fact that he
would make this city his abiding place.
“I shall enter some business” said the
former comity treasurer, “hut just
what it will he 1 am not prepared to say.
• hie tiling is cortain 1 shall apt retake up
the occupation of a farmer.”
The ex-county treasurer's, old home
lay on the main road between Mishieot
and Two Rivers.
WILL CONSTRUCT A
PLANT LIKE THE RAHRS
I\ CITY OF MINNEAPOLIS.
Mr, Nordenherg and Mr. Wed.-afiach
jot the Minneapolis Brewing <■ to
gether with H. Stolze of Milvvank,, and
the officials ot the Suladin Multi r tMu
struction company came to M uvoe
yesterday to inspect the new ah jug
plant of tin- Manitowoc Multi . Cos.
After being conducted thn ugh the
various departments and th roughly
.examining the arraiigemeuu and
machinery they expressed th selves
j that Manitowoc- had tin* most up to date
plant in the world. There are now
Hifitl bushels of malt being tuna i out of
the concern each day.
The Minneapolis brewers bet- re they
departed from the city said tin y would
duplicate the Manitowoc plant n tin ir
CITY IN BRSHF.
Made a Fortune in Klondike 11, r
man Rehbein and wife, former i -idents
of the city, but now making their home
in Alaska, are on a visit with Idtime
friends. Mr. Rehbein is a A!.: do .oc
hoy, who several years ago too. up In
home in Idaho, where he resiii 1 until
tV disci . rj ot ~><■ •rich goh. ,al i in
the Klondike, where he, acconq-ai ied
by his wife, went to Alaska. Mr. Reh
beiu now owns considerable properly
there, which has proven to he of great
value and brought him a fortune.
Officers Were Installed The Uinal
Arcanum ot this city ba-l ; ts regular in
stallalion of officers last Friday uiglit.
Succeeds Captain (iallagher ('apt
B. Saiffiins. of the Goo-ln h line, who
coiuiiianded the Chicago during the sea
son. is now on the Indiana, succeeding
('apt. Gallagher, who is ill
<i. A. R. Hen Banquet thirty-seven
G. A It. men sat down at the* annual
feast in Frazier hall last F-iday night.
La er officers were install* I fiy Judge J.
S Anderson. The followin: were •!*■<
(\mimander J. I) Sclim-ite
Senior V. Com, Calvin < arey.
Junior V. ('otn, (i. Seiuuidt.
GJicer of Day Henry I lent sober.
< Ifficer of Guar 1 R. < Berndt.
< Tiaplain J. F. Reardon
Surgeon Dr. II K. Bain*
Quartermaster Henry Ln imw.
A Small Blaze Fire was discovered
in the bedroom in the honi-- of Chas
Kaufman, Madison and Twentieth
streets last Friday. The tin ,-partment
I't spulldeil mill quickly extinguished the
Brickmakers in Madison The brick
makers of Wisconsin will in Ma li
son Feb. uand ti The Manitowoc ( lay
company has signed tin-call to partici
pate in the meeting.
Visited Rest Houses Aldermen R-ihl
and < xi-rpheide of tile Hcaltli - ommittee
inspected the pest house on Monday that
lias been furnished for emergency cases
of coiitageoiis diseases.
Show Called Off At a meeting of
the organization known as the Merry
Monarch Minstrel company "it Monday
held at Ihi' Manitowoc Music company's
store, it was decides! to call the- show oft'
for the present. This step was taken
because of a lack of interc -t by Koine of
the members in attending to elfect the
perfecting of the organization and to
arrange the exact date of the produc
Were Held Up George Hurkhard
and Joseph Fricke complain that they
were held up by highwaymen on Divis
ion street on Monday.
See our advertisement for a list of
goods that will be included in our next
Thk Pkopks Savin’*;h Bank.
MAY GO TO LAW
TO GET AN OFFICE.
District Attorneyship Involved in
IIOL'GEN IS HOT AFTER Till PEACE.
Mr. Schinifr Will Inflexibly Hold to I! s
A 1 OKMAI. 1)1 M \M) II \S NOW Bl I N M U)l.
The Case Mayor May Not Come Up at The
January Term of The Circuit
Attorney Albert Hougen. who claims
the office of district attorney, though
tin* County Canvassing hoard declared
Edward S. Schmitz elected, lias served
formal notice on the district attorney
that la* demands the place. Mr.
Schmitz has refused to heed the request
and the upshot may he a suit in court,
hut not at the January term except by
G. G. Sedgwick and H. Markham
legally represent Mr. Hougen and it j
wa- they on Tuesday who made the 1
demand. There seems to he rife an
opinion that the action of the defeated I
Republican is but a "grand bluff ", but i
this will be determined later on. Mr.
Sedgwick says: .Mr. Hougen was |
elected and we have asked Mr. Schmitz i
to vacate the office so that our client I
can assume his official duties. It the j
district attorney is inflexible in his op J
position tu our demand there is but one
course to take, and that an action
i lirongh the courts."
Mr Se Igwiek was a-ke.l whether er !
not the ease will come to trial at the j
January term of the Circuit court
"That I cannot say", replied tin* a:
toniey. Phis will largely depend upon
the attitude of District Attorney I
Schmitz. II Mr. Sehmiti. will agree to
astipulation it is possible to present tin* i
subject for the adjudication ot tin- i
court it forsooth, he is unwilling to i
!.,i amicable coldest then the case must j
Mr. .Schmitz believe.- lie is justly en
titled to the office on the ground that '
had there been but a fair count his j
volt- would have far outweighed Mr
Horn;,m s As it is Mr llmig.-ius vote
in the Fourth ward is shown to 1- vitia
ted heianse more votes were counted
1 iian cast.
SHI Ril l BURT TAKES
HIS FIRST INSANE
MAN TO OSHKOSH.
SlientV Burt took Louis Fey, an in
Min man from the town of Kossuth to
the State Hospital tor the Insane at
Gshkosh on an order from Judge An
d'-r-son last Monday. This was the new
sheriff - first ease, h seems that Fey .
who is a farmer, laid a great desire to
revisit Switzerland He carried il into
elleet to going there, Imt on Ills return
lit* iii-eame melancholy .and brooded
(Mutinously over the amount of money
it nil cost him. Hi- melancholy soon
intensitic ! into deep gloom, shrouding
the man'.-- vision to sm-h an extent that
he became incapable of managing his
own altairs His condition became so
grave that it was absolutely necessary
t i put him under p - traint.
MAM LOW (K vi \HhLI
Latest Quotations Corrected for the Ben
efit of Farmers
The following aro the current prices of
the various articles of produce as report
ed for Tin- Pilot on Jan. 10
Wheat Spring.. 7;!
Wheat White Winter 71
Rye . . 53
(torn.... .. 12
Hay lOOt.l-11 ()()
Butter . 20
Halt per hid 80 145
Wood 400-8 00
Peas White. Its
Peas Murofat 1,00
Peas Green hs
Peas Scotch '.13
Flour Pab*nt 2.15
Midliug Ho j
Coarse Meal IMij
Fine " I.lft i
Oil * 1.701
Untitled to Lumber The ownership
i of a $40,000 stock of lumber was invol j
ved in a decision handed down by Judge
Seaman in Milwaukee Monday and is of
' interest in Manitowoc in as much as
the Jones Lumber Cos., of which F. I*.
Jones, of this city is a partner was the
plaintiff in the case and benefits by the
finding of the court. The decision
favors the Jones Lumber Cos.
ANENT MR. PIENING’S DEATH
The following memorial resolution
was passed by the Friersaengerbund,
prompted by the deatli of Mr. Piening.
■fin consideration of the death of
Adolph Piening. for many years an ac
tive and beloved member of the Frier
saeiigerhund. this Miciety considers i;
its duty to unanimously pass this reso
lution, dated Jan. 2, 1001. therefore In
"Resolved, That we offer our dnqiest
sympathy to the relatives of the deceased
That this society greatly deplores the
death ot Adolph Piening, whowasapio
tieer in this work and one of its charter
members. He worked nobly for forty
years in the interest of the organization,
cheerfully shared its joys an 1 sorrows,
and ever inspired a love for German
customs and songs. By word and deed
he set an example to its members
through weary days of struggle for ex
istence. He was a geod citizen and a
loyal member of the l-'riersaeiigerlmnd.
and,we will ever cherish his memory in
our hearts. Further he it
"Resolved that this resolution he
spiead on the minutes of tin- society:
and that a copy be -.-nt (n the relatives
Mallies ( Tu i.-tiatiM-ii,
< 'hris Schoch,
I RII NDSOI SHI RH I
LLHRMVN B.aDI HIM
A HEARTY I \REWELL.
Asa pan ing salutation from the of
lice of sheriff, a numlu-r of Mr Lehr
man's triends called at his I last
• 'linrsday evening and spen. il with
him. wishing liim all kinds of hick as a
private citizen, Among those present
were Drs Luhiiuin, Thurtell and Gehbe,
Judge t 'raite Silas Giles ( harles Groff
man, Pierre Burt Henry Meanv Fred
Schoch, Bruno Muelh*r John ('hlmipek.
Frank Jagginiski and l’et<*r Kortndy Jr.
The night was passed in jov ial cm ver
sation together with tin* more siihstun
tial things which satisfy the inner man,
Mr Lehrman eiiterta.iied his gm-ts
most ti-liciUnisly and the present sheriff
was congratulated on hU success with
good wishes for Ids administration of
At tniilnight the men left everyone
siihseriliing to the la, Int a g.,..d time.
SAMI 11 ,1 111 DIN till!
ORGANIZED WHICH M\Y
(irov er ( Te-,-eland. I >avtd B Hill. I ).in
iel S. Laniont, William U Sin ■■ -1 ■:; 11 .
: ' i
and other Deni.-- -at- a;- it i- ; nrioiin
ed. to i m-,-i m:e ineml hi -,-! !he Sun lie 1,1 .
Til,ten chib, with bead.j.j u tei a! Broad
way and Seventy • com I -ti-eel. N* w
Y ork. articles of in, j> oatiini i r win h
have ju -I I, -i-n -igi,.- I by .In ai, ■ Le- eii
trill in tlii Supreme , -ni l The , Ini',
as declared by those who are promo!ing
its inle!l--|... is lie till* pioneer in I 111 *
uiovi-ment suggest* ,1 by Grover ('lev
land for tin- reorganization ,<)' the l)e
i not-racy and to promulgate tine Demo
cratie principles throiiglioiit the United
state- It is to be a national as well as
a state and local institution and will
seek to have nominated tor ulfice only
sin ion pure Democrats, running on
"old fashioned' Democratic plaltorne.
The two liiindr, li, eii whom the incur
porators a-a-rt have already ■ igiufi. and
their intention of joining are to fie sum
moiied i-arh in the coming week, at
which officers an- fi, fie clio-im Kofierl
Dowling head of iln coni ia, I ing Hi mi ot
Flake A Do-.v ling may In-tin- first pre
Senator J \. ('anter said tinlay The
Samuel .1 Tilden , fill, ha- In , :i im rpo
rated in n pon-,- to tin- wishes ol Demo
crats who arc desirous that the party
shall not continue to lose, hut rather to
win hat ties al the polls We shall in
stead <if fighting tor 1(1 to I fight tor tai
iff' reform, again- 1 subsidies against
centralization of power and other great
issue on which the Democracy has here
tofore gone to the people and won many
1 Will such menastlrover Cleveland
David H. Mill William ( Whitney
Daniel S Lament join your club’: wa>
• Wet-ertainly should not have formed
it were we not assured of tin* sympathy ;
of men of their type
Installation Services Invitation
have been issued for the open installa
I lion services to be conducted by Man
itowoc Lodge. Ho, K I’., Thursday even
ing. January in.
Royal l eague Dinner Members of
the Royal League and a few invited
guests banqueted on Tuesday evening.
WHOLE NO. 2198
Pirre Burt Attains Zenith of His
IDVVARD SCIIAFFI VNDi TAKES HOLD.
Deter Kaufmann Refuses a Cigar fr< m Mr.
till OTHERS -LOOM I) ON \NO SMil t I).
Official Wheels of the County Have Now
Been Oiled 'and the Machine Will
Move Like Clockwork.
I ho now ( i unit v <vftieors took their jio
sitions lad Monday tho transf. .• was
made without any i•stontution'" ...■ ”dis
play. Mr. 1,. In man. who had I< on
shorin'*for two years snrrondorod his ~f
(ice to tho kooj ing of Jl’iorro Burt. Ho
puhlioan. who was siicoossfnl at tho
polls in tho November olection Tho
now shorilV to.nr hold without much ado
and handled tho job as if ho likod it. I
havo reached tho ■••nith ..f my amb.p..n
remark* I Mr. Hart whoa a I'ri. a! a.-
oostod him as shoritT,
Hdward SohaiHand, who was :1 .■ K
pnlili. an i loop .1 to tho . ..nnty
olork was indnotod hy tho retiring . lork.
A. II /.andor. Mr Soliallland had pro
vionsly tasted tho swoots of tho
•’omity olork's ollioo, for In- hold
tho position for two years, having
hon a child of political f.atiitm
in tho fa tod \oar of isilli. Winn ho
slrodo In hind tho desk to assnim hi- of
lioial ilntios ho did it with that mmohal
anoo which marks tho man who ■ \ port
od but got nim h.
Mr llaokort. k from IVtor K.nifinan
Ihokoysol tho county safe, and then
handod tho retiring treasurer a .nan
whn h Holor di'olinod to aooopt. aving
that ho had never tempted sickness
through the blue fumes of (ho wo. 1
There wore no indnotions into the of.
tioos of eirouit court clerk n glister of
deeds and superintendent of schools
Mr MoMahoii Mr. Mueller and Mi
Christiansen being thoroughly oiled for
the work just smiled and went about in
their aoonstomoil active maimer
MOM MI NT 01 PIiPSONS
10 \M) I ROM MAMI'OWOC.
M II Mnrphv and A C Mill. w..,
in ( ‘hi. an, lag Friday
(.. orgo A lb.'., was .i husin-ss \ Hit. • i
Milwank. .■ the latter part of hid week
■I II Keith was in Chicago transact
•Julius Must..,lt was in Mile, ik ■■
1 : ' Friday.
i’ it rick -\ ■(' A oplotou is . i . ing
in iii. city,
- 1 o Wood ha return.' 1 to |) ,ln b
I tr. i b ia!t of * Ishko'ii wa-iu tl. . y
la I We. k.a .ae ult.it i..n v. ill l 1 > i ;h
man relative).. v, ral .aos in if, |b [ v
Senator Kanlsoii left fur Ma lic, ~t
A .■•■iitbiyniau .1. -ph Will.a h■: f, r
Frank Sterling has returned from
C (i .Sedgwick was iu Two lliv ns
on hn-inoss Monday.
I, .1, Nash was in t Imago and Mil
waukee hist wot I, mi legal business lie
represented the .1 lies L'linbi ' . "ipatiy
in a suit in the Federal court.
Mail carrier F’ro.l Heekhoff went north
on a matter of business last Saturday
\\ < Mum t/ of Hoe Isville oann to
the oit v on e. nnty business last Tuesday
.1 C s hull/, of Heedsvillo was in the
city on Tuesday.
.1 .1 1 Jonahuo. of the North, in t irain
company was here on Sunday .
Miss FTi.r.-nce Hoy 1 returned fi■ m
Appleton on Sunday to ip-inm. her
.lohn Kotuik, who home for a visit re
turned to Milwaukee.
Tunis Cary has returned to Now
Fa vvin Cary of Uoodsvillo. was iu the
city last week.
Tims. Managua. who was hi i o on a
visit returned to .Milwaukee.
Mayor Kahrand sun Max left fm Min
ne.tjmlis ami the Far West yesterday
on un extended tour.
Mi and Mrs (ieorge Render. who
have been making their home in this
city, left for Milwaukee.
Fred Hoehiuer has returned to his
home at Indianapolis.
Clyde Sedgwick was at Kcedsville
< ‘seat Hu watcher wh t has leni home
ou a visit has returned to his studies in
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