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OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY. Published at Wauwatosa. Wis.. every Satur day by the Wauwatosa Printing Cos. Sent to any address in the United States, Can ada, Mexico, Alaska and Haw aiian Islands for Hi a year. Entered at the Wauwatosa postofflee as sec ond class matter. • WAUWATOSA 1)1 ULO AOi.Y. City Officials. Mayor Emereon I>. Hoyt Aldermen— First Ward * * !v Kneeland, President l G. H. Fowler Second Ward ) ' ' M Kropp Third Ward } Fr*d H. Bark / Arthur Fingadt Fourth ward Clly Treasurer L . li. la * iam* Clerk Ed ward < ou t . A&te&aor Alonzo F. K<* log Attorney Chan B. Perry Street Commtsaioiier. . .1. D. Warn i Commissioner of Health . 1). G. Hathawa; \f .D Justices of the Peace | Marshal Juilua J. Mar<|tiarlt Hu per visors • First ward Win. Farri*** Herond ward John F. Dittma* j S. S. Leonard, I chairman county hoi. Fourth ward Adolph L Common council niectHln session fir and third Tuesday even In trs of each mouth a the city hall, at 7 30 o’clock p m. Hoard of Education* L. (i. Wheeler, president. J. K. Cutler. O. A Kurt*. W. B. Nethercut. Ferdinand Bark. H A. Propp. F. W. Schneck. Edward Cou’thard, clerk. F. E. Loveland, treasurer. Water ConiuiUfilonera. Charles Stickney, president. Adam Currie. Charles Luetzow. C. A. Breed. Emerson D. Hoyt. Meet on Monday evening before the first Tuesday of each month, at city hall. Superintendent of Water Works B. Blum Public Library Directors. James Stickney, president. A. W. Smith, secretary. K. (’. Cornelius. Mrs. c. <. Porter. Mrs. L. Brock way. Mrs. D. t. Hawley. Prof. E. A Notz. John 11. DeSwarte, E. H. <iodfrey, Sr. N. L. Kneeland. Meet first Thursday in alternate months, be (inning with January, at library building. Town Officials. \ Frederick Hurtling, chuirinui Town Board... ' Henry F. Heefeld | Augunt M. Siegfried Town Clerk Herbert I*. IlrudU*> Treasurer A. 1. sun- AwtcMora \ 'V ~l ;( , i l- .1 . i hit*. \ oigi f U. ,T. Mat t bias Justices of the Pence j UeHr< ‘ l W. H. Tuff i Otto(Lnehring Constables * H. W. Ora user I If. Bell liny J Frederick Hartung, chairman Henry F. Heefeid August M. Blegfrled, aecretnrv ul:i “ u *-" E.C. Urotakopf, M. V , hear ( officer Town clerk’s office at town hall. Town boa meets every Monday evening, at 7:30 p. in., i the town hall. Board of health meets on Hrst and third Thursdays ot each month at town hall, at 7:30 p. m. Post Office. Office aours 7:00 a. m. to 7:30 p. m . Sunday 7to 8 and toloa. m. Mail dispatched for all points at 5:10 p. m. MAH. Altlt I V JJH UiOM KAHT. 5:07, ’< :24 and 11:1? a. m.; 3:13 and 5:12 p. m. MAII. AHHIVIES FROM WKST. 11:17 ft. m. ; 2:10. 5 12 and 6:55 p. m. l*orelKS (1,08 El) roll EAST I! UN MAII.. 8:35 and 11:10 a. hi.; I :5o and 6:40 p. m. IMU CUES < |,OSEI) roll WKsTEItN MAII.. 1 i :(X) a. in.; 3 and 6:40 p. m. W. H. I.ANDOI.T, Host M.i -iter. Fraternal Sorlellee, Kir. Independent Order Good Templars meets mi Good Templar’s hall, Mower court, every Tut * day evening. Wauwatosa Lodge No. 77, Knights of Pythias meets every Monday evening at K. H luui. Smith a* Lefeber block. Wauwatosa Lodge No. 267, F and A M meets tirst and third Saturdays of each mourn at Masonic hall, DUlinar bniiditig. Royal Arcanum meets first ami third Tn<-*d;i> In each month at Arcanum hull, over l.eteb. : Bros ’ Company store. Germania Vcrcln meets second ami thT Saturday evenings of each mouth at ha i Smith and Lcfetier block. Wauwatosa Camp No. 2587, Modem Woo. men America, meets second and last Tliuim a\* i of each mouth at M. W A. hall, .smith A 1 '.*■ fclier block. Independent Order of Foresters me* ts fount Monday in month at tin* hall on third Moor. Smith di Lefeber building. Wauwatosa Woman’s Club Meets twice cue l mouth at Wauwatosa Public Library bunding Churches. ,U ltey .1 W. Sutherland. Hupllt.t Rev. R \v Putimm. Mi'th.nlNi Key. W. J. Patton. Kl>l'..|v,U R.-V Horatio tinte*. rector St . John’ .Int hr ran Win Kniter. nnvtnr Erie,ten a Lutheran \ K stealer, pistor. Chicago, mtlwMUKcc * si. Paul R’y. TIME TABLE. Wnuwntn, - Wisconsin. (lot Nil K.VST. Daily Except Sunday 7:38 a. in. Daily Except Sunday .... rt .56 p. in GOING W EST Daily Except Sunday . 7 21a.m. Dally Except Sunday 7 r 7 t\ m. i Daily Except Sunday s ;*_• a. m. Daily Except Sunday *11:17 . u. I Dally Except Sunday 2:07 p, ui. Daily Except Sunday :M;5 p m . 5:23 p. in Dally Except Sunday d:22p m Daily Except Saturday . 7 Nil p. m Trains leave Milwaukee for UnuwntoiH anti bejroiul mk folhiwn: Daily Except Sunday ? pi „ m Daily Except Sunday . 7 IU Daily Except Sunday 8.40 a. ni. Daily Except Sunday. , ll:INa m. Daily Except Sunday \ ,V> p. tn. Daily Except Sunday 3:01) u. m. fell) p m Daily Except Sunday 8:10 p. m Daily Except Saturday . pip in. ’’Stop only’ on Signal n ctTeci March 2ath L. rßOi'ixW \Y, Agent. ; A. II He t luent, editor of tin- Jour nal, lVijlostowu. Ohio, sutTorvd for u number of years from rheumatism in his right shoulder and side. He says; “My right arm at times was entirely useless. 1 tried < hauiWrlnin s l*ain Baliu. and was surprised to receive re lief almost immediately. The Fain Balm has been a constant companion of mine ever since and it never- fails." For sale by Gregg's Pharmacy. Prices that tell .roods that se’.l that's us. II 1 /arse A< o Death of Mrs. A. B. Mower. The funeral services of Mrs. A. B Mower were held on March 15 at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Agnes Rice. There were present the only living brother, Mr. Chester A. Blodgett, the two surviving children, Mr. Harry T. .Vo.'er and Mrs. Agnes Rice, all the living grand-children and many other relatives, who had come from near and far. There were also present many old residents, whose acquaintance with Mrs. Mower began a half century or more ago. The services were conduct ed by Rev. J. W. Sutherland, pastor of the Congregational Church, of which M rs. Mower aad been a member for nearly sixty years. Mr. Sutherland said: To a person of high ideas, there Is always a pleasure in looking upon a piece of work that has been thoroughly done. No matter upon what plane the work may lie, if it is worth do ing at all, it is worth doing well; and when it has been well done it is a pleasure to look upon it. If these words are true regarding a piece of yyoi k, how much more significantly are they true regarding a thorough life. And the life of Mrs. Mower was a thorough life. As I speak these words, you who huvi known Mrs. Mower for many years, or who have known her inti mately, if only for a few' years, w ill l>e saying to yourselves: Yes, her life was a thorough going life, measured by its term of years, which she was given to enjoy. The Psalmist’s term of human life was three score years and ten, or even by reason of strength four score years; but to her was given four score years and five. You are thinking, also of the thor oughness of her life in its long term of activity. Coining to this place nearly sixty years ago, her life had been up to within a few years ago, when her physical strength began to fail, a most active life in society, in the church, in her home. But though her physical strength had been failing for the past few years, her mental powers were preserved into the last. Though shut in because of infirmity, her out look was upon the whole world. If you had called upon Mrs. Mower two weeks ago, you would have found her reading with avidity the best magazines and papers, and ready to dis-| cuss with you the .Porto Rican bill and the * Phillipitie and the South African questions, for j upon these and other live themes she had ! large information and the most decided eon v let lons. But you are thinking not only of the thoroughness of her lift* us indicated by her physical and mental powers, but above all by j her etaaraeter. One who has known her long j and intimately has said to me, ‘Mrs. Mower j was the most just and churltable person 1 ever ; knew. She was always putting herself in the; other person’s place, holding no grievance \ givilli' the other person the full benefit of the , doubt, and throwing over all things which she | could not understand, the broad mantle of j charity.’ Her life v. us ion#, strong, serene. She j whs spared a long 1 and wasting sickness, and | after being eontlued to her bed for only a few dnys, she fell asleep and was not, for God took her. Mrs. Arthur Proctor Smith, c*jf Milwaukee, j a grand niece of Mrs. Mower sang very impres sively: ‘ Nearer My God to Thee,” and “My j nin conn tree.” The interment was in Wauwa- ; tosa cemetery. COMMON COUNCIL. The Common Council met in regular session at the CiU Hall Tuesday even ing March 20. FJOO, at 7:30 P. M., Mayor E. D. Hoyt in the chair. l’i-esent: Al dermen Bark. Kowier, Kropp, Fiiigtido, Kneeland and Breed. The minutesof the last meeting were read and approved. The financial statement of F. E. ■ Loveland, city treasurer, for the month , of February, KOO, was received, certi fied by the city clerk acting as comp troller. and ordered placed on file. The following communication was presented by Alderman Fowler: COMMUNICATION. Wauwatosa, Wis . March 20. l’.iuo. The Wauwatosa Independent hereby requests the common council of the city of Wauwatosa to pass a resolution on-. aiding said otHee to make bids for city printing including the incidental print ing during the ensuing ofiieial year be ginning April H. Ilioo. Bespeetfullv. E. C. Evans. The eonmmnieation was referred to the committee on judiciary. The bills which were referred to the finance committee on March fi, were re ported back to the council fo-- allow ance ns presented and ordered paid by vote of t he council. The finance committee reported on the school budget for the year begin ning January I, 1001. and ending Jan uary 1. 1002, recommending that' gs.tiho bo raised by taxation for such purposes. A resolution accompanied the report, providing for raising by taxation, the above amount for school purposes as aforesaid. Ihe resolution was unanimously adopted. A resolution was ottered by Aider man Bark providing for holding future elections in the 2nd W ard at the Engine House the room formerly used iu Le (eber's building, being occupied by Henry Watner as an office, and to longer available for election purposes. The mayor submitted the name of J. A. Sell winger as a member of the city tire department in place of Albert Duet sow \\ ho has removed from the city, and the appointment was con tinued by the council. Adjourned. HO MR WOOD ITEMS* Mr. M It. Hotter is preparing for the | maple syrup harvest, Mr. W tn. Emmery has sold his prop erty to Max, Ncbreeht of Elm Grove. Miss Minnie Garvcns spent Wednes day it) Bay View, tin-guest of relatives. Mrs. J. I tot set is suffering from a badly sprained arm. the result of a full w bile alighting from a buggy. Mr. J. E. Warren who has been the 1 guest of his father. J. A. W arren, the - past few weeks, has returned to his i 1 -me in Cumberland Mills Maine. ELECTION NOTICE. Office of City Clerk. " auwatosa. March 23rd. qmq. To the Electors of the City of Wauwatosa: Notice is hereby given that a Municipal Election is to be held in the several wards in the eity of Wauwatosa, on Tuesday the 3rd day °f April. 1000 s , which the officers mentioned below are to be chosen, to-w it: Mayor. City Treasurer. Assessor, also a Supervisee for each of the W ards of said City. The names of the candidates for each office to be voted for whose nominations have been certified to this office, are given opposite the title of the oftio, and under the appropriate party or other designation, each in its proper column : INFORMATION TO VOTERS. The following instructions are given for the information and guidance of voters : A voter upon entering the polling place, and giving his name and residence, will receive a ballot from the ballot clerk, which must have indorsed there., 3 the names or initials of both ballot clerks, and no other ballot can be used. l T pon receiving his ballot, the voter must retire alone to a booth or compli ment and prepare the same for voting. A ballot clerk may inform the voter as to the proper manner of marking a ballot, but he must not advise or indicate in any manner whom to vote for. The party designation and candidates for the different offices are ar, follows : Republican Ticket. Individual Nominations. For Mayor E. I). Hoyt. For City Treasurer las. I.efeber. For Assessor A. F. Kellogg. For Supervisor First Wart William Parries. John T. Greenwood. For Supervisor Second Ward John F. Dittmar. Charles C. Jacobus. For Supervisor Third Ward....' G. F. Ileichardt. Sylvesters. Leonard. Fpr Supervisor Fourth Ward John Armstrong. Henry A. Propp. The voting places in the several wards are located as follows: First Ward, in City Hall building; Second Ward, in Engine House - Third W-r.i Gridley building; Fourth Ward, in Math. Goebels Shop. * rtl ’ ln The polls of the election will be opened at six (6) o'clock in the forenoon and closed at five (.">) o'clock in the afternoon of said day. Hated at Wauwatosa. March 23th, 1900. EDWARD COFLTHARD, City Clerk. Wauwatosa Republican City Ticket. The Wauwatosa Republican ticket is j as follows: Mayor E. D. IIOYT ! Treasurer JAMES LEFEBER As'-r.st.r A. F. KfiLl^OG Supervisor First Ward WM. FA HR IKS ; Supervisor Second Ward ..JOHN F. DITTMAR Supervisor Third Ward G. F. UEICfiAUDT i Supervisor Fourth Ward..JOHN ARMSTRONG Itidivldiiai Nomination*. i In the city of Wauwatosa the fol lowing named candidates havti been placed in nomination by nomination paper: ! First Want, for Supervisor, JOHN T. GREENWOOD j Second Ward, for Supervisor, OH WU.ES I '. JACOBI'S Third Ward, for Supervisor.... S. S. T.KONAUD Fourth Ward, for Supervisor H. A. fit OFF Wauwatosa Republican Town Ticket. Chairman FRED H ARTUNO i HENRY F. SEEPEID Supervisors , Al'lil’ST M. SIEGFRIED j Town Clerk H. P. BRAIILEY Treasurer JOHN BARNEKOW S W. K. FISHER Assessors , FRANK BAKNXXOW H. J. MATTHIAS , , .. GEO. JEFFREY 1 Justices of the Peace n TAFF I I 11. w! UKANBBE t JOSEPH TROSTj Constables WILLIAM HAWLEY 1 I HERMAN ZICKIHK TEA( ’HEltS’ EX AMIN AT ION. I Spring, 1800 Milwaukee Comity. Public examination t>f candidatolrfor Milwaukee County Certificates wilt Vo held by the County Superintendent Of Schools as follows: , ! j Third Grade North Milwajukef, ! March .'lO-31, 11)00; Court House, Mil waukee. April 2-3, HHK). Second and First Grades Court House. Milwaukee, April 1, 1000. Candidates intending to write for first and second grade cert ideates vtfll take third grade branches at one of the first two places. A thorough knowledgeof the manual of the course of study for elementary schools and the mastery of several good works in pedagogy and school manage ment arc essential to those securing certificates at these examinations. Candidates will supply themselves with ink. pen hint paper. A fee of #I.OO is r quirod to all who enroll. Work will begin at 8:30 a. m. Lynn l>. Stilus, County Superintendent of Schools, STATEOF WISCONSIN CIUCITT COURT - M ilaulUT County . In the malt rof the application for flic vaca tion of all that portion of tin* reeorded plat known us Wauwatosa Park Company's sub division No. 1 in the town of Wauwatosa* which lies north of the renter line of Wright St ret t as In it) out in said plat, which said por tion of plat consists of a part of the South-west Quarter (S. W. ’4) of Section Number l ift.4*ll (lot Town of Wauwatosa, Milwaukee ounty. Wisconsin Notice of Application. CO ttJJ-Om it IRAV Concern Xotiee is hereby that at th♦* general April, liUK>, t.Tiu of the Circuit Court in and for Milwaukee County. State of Wisconsin, to be hetruu and holden at the Court House in the City of Milwaukee* County of Milwaukee and State of Wiseonftin, before the Him. Klliott, .Judge there of, and on Saturday, the 2Hih day of April, A- V . IVttO, in said term at ten (10) oVloek A. M. of that day. or as soon thereaft as counsel ran lx; heard, the undersigned Benjamin file kfert. t*y Wheeler A lVrry, his attorneys, will apply to said Court for the vacation of a por tion of the reeorded plat known as Wauwatosa Park Company's Sul*di vision No. I. belli £ a pan of the east sixty (fIU) acres of the south west quarter is. W. A ) of section fifteeu (13) in tow a seven north of range twenty -one (21) east (Town of Wauwatosa. Milwaukee County, j Wisconsin). The |Hrtion of said plat for the vacation of v. hi h Application will be made i> the follow iewr, to*wit : All that portion of the said plat lyin ’ north of the center line of Wrijrbt Street as laid down in said recorded plat, which said plat was reeorded on the Ikthday of June, ISrJ, in the office of the Uenisterof IVeds in and for Milwaukee County . Wisconsin, in Volume l!*of P:nt, on Dated February Ithx.k BENJAMIN SIEGKRT. By Wiikki Kit t Pkrry. His Attorneys. 51-8-t Our goods please Iteoause they are right. 11. F. /.arse .<■ Cos. Jersey briek ..utter, none better. 11. F. Znrse A Cos. buckwheat flour and manh* syrup. II K. /arse A C.-, ••Quality" i the passwonl at 11. F. Za rse vV . Not in somethings, but in everything in our Hue we lead. 11. F /.arse ACo For Sale or Trade, Right volumes of Johnson's Fniversal Cyclopedia, ls.i.V v volumes Dr. Quainis Diet ionary of Medieine. with oak et>i(- bitmtion desk and laxilsease. luqniJe • at the Nov . . -.fT.ee. T IVe have saved many doctor bills since we began using Chamberlain's j Cough Remedy in our home. We keep a bottle open all the time and when ever any of my family or myself begin to catch cold we begin to use the Cough Remedy, and as a result we never have to send away for a doctor and incur a large doctor bill, for Chamberlain's Cough Remedy never fails to cure. It is certainly a medicine of great merit and worth. - I). S. Mearki.k. General Merchant and Farmer. Mattie. Bedford county, l’a. For sale by Gregg's Phar macy. Advertised Letters. A list of letters remaining uncalled for at the postoffice Friday noon of this week. After, Win. Deneiirider, Martin. HessenthaL H. F. Leittjtebel. Gust. Fierce, Madam. Stacy, Burt (V’). If troubled with rheumatism, give Chamberlain's Bain-Balm a trial. It will not cost you a cent if it does no good. One application will relieve the pain It also cures sprains and bruises it) one-third the time required by any other treatment. Cuts, burns, frost bites, quinsy, pains in the side and chest, glandular and other swellings are quickly cured 'by applying it. Every bottle warranted. Brice, 25 and 5( cents. Gregg’s Pharmacy. * BAKERY. ON OR ABOUT MARCH Ist, I will open a bakery on State St. next to Eautu’ry. All goods fresh and home made. The public are invited to call and in spect our line. german trader Proprietor. WAUWATOSA, - - WIS. for Sate Smc! Potato*?. I have it few bushels of Ivirly Ohio Seed Potatoes for sale 1 , also a limited quantity of Early Fortune Fotatoe seed. First come, tirst served. May 16. JOHN M. WHKELER. “Windsor” the only Sonnlii; Rubber Collars, CtlffS Sbiil Iron's. Don’t bt taken in with others r:?- rcsonted to h? 3. JL Good just as good . Reliable JUcnts UJanted. Windsor Collar Cos. 3JO Reed Street, s Itti’waukcc. mis. fl. H. film. State flftCßt. Have you tried ••Gona" coffee. H. K. /arse A Cos. THE CASH MEAT MARKET'S Dittmar IBlock. M > We make our own Sausage and handle Jm,. f l., < best grade of Meats. t S We Buy Pork, Lambs, Calves, Poultry, Hide/ Tallow. ? I B, JUDSON CO. Undertakers and Funeral Directors. STATESTREET, Opposite Depot. Wauwatosa. ilee=sKs-ra SHiiies?.! Spritg Cos. Of; ICC, 430 SGDVSvit st. nee-Slea-Rj Water fresh Irons the spring deiioered daily to customers at the fo'slovr ina prices: 1 gallon every other <l;iy ?l .<’o per month 1 gallon (laiiy >?!..*u per month - gallons d.iih S2.UO per month Sptcial prices for larger Mrb '355 mi'waukec, mis. WENDEL & BERGER, Dentists* Rooms 12. 13 ami H Birchard Bide., 106 Grand avenue. Plaukuigtor. Blk. Office hours ytol2 a. m., 2tosp. m. Milwaukee, Wis. Special Sale of FURNITURE AND Upholstered Goods OF ALL DESCRII TI >NS. Carpet CRanino ana Repairing Fred H, Bark Practical Upholster, Ulcst main Street, • Ulauwatcsa, mis. Wauwatosa Sash & Poor Factory A DOC PH LENTZ, Proprietor. Manufacturer of and dealer in Sash. Ikx.rs. ltlinds and Moulding and Storm Sash stairs and Interior soft and hard wood Finish. Cor. STATE rr.J SIX m avr.. M iuwatoft. NOTICE.-- Dr. C. T. ( handler, the dentist, is located in the Greenwood Idock. alove Koerner s drugstore. €lws. Tmhiw * Hfevs sm; en Find tSt BEST HEATS AND SAUSAGES To be found in Wauwatosa. Poultry. Oysters, Tisft and toe * in Season. • Ugnkt D. DKAKSI.Er. ” Dt-AR^I.tT DEARSLEY BROS. PU *OTICI —- AND <iAS FITTERS, PLUnBSNO GOODS, GAS FIXTURES, GLOBES, Etc. AH Orders Will Receive Prompt Attention. Ohkbrfui.it Furnished. 412 ,Tllw oukec Street. MILWAUKEE. WiS. TELEPHONE C 67. HARNESS, LAP ROBES, HORSE BLANKETS. nigh Grade Goods. Lowost I’rice. at A. C. KUCHYNSKI, • Practical fianejsmaktr. ***•• Pioneer* * meat market * KPest lHain Street. OYSTERS Received Daily. Fish and (Same in Season. CIiAS. FINGABO & SON, PROPRIi 'TORS. B'tvvnta. 12U4.U • .MIXt -JU>-KYJ -M t* I I ■ 1 11 I m jno. M. Dunlop, .* .** Florist. <■* <* Cut Flowers and Flora) Designs. Shade Trees and Flowering Shrubs. Cor. Church St. and W. Milwaukee Ave.. Wauwatosa. PURE SPRING WATER FURNISHES BY Algonaw Spring Water Cos. Fresh from the Spring. Drlilv [)eliVf?t*V The analysts of tl Dull T ItLitt Cl j water shows it to te the equal. am! hi man; respects the super i ior, in medicinal properties, of other spring* iu this part of our state. PRICES PER MONTH <>ne-half Gallon daily in city o WauwaUisa i Out* Gallon daily in cit> of Wamviitoso. Jl SAMPLE FREE. Address ALGONAW SPRING WATER CO. Box 267. Wdßwatou, Wis. G. W. PRENTICE, Plumbing and Heating Contractor Jobber. All kinds of Tin. Sheet-Iron and Plumbing work at reasonable prices. No. 20 State street. Our aim is to satisfy. 11. F. Zar .ft Cos.