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lowa County Democrat.
I'tt IDA V, JUDY 19, 1878. X/fx*;J I toms. Plalleville ti:i a town clock. An; tin- Hieenh.aekers milking it so hoi <* Diplheria prevails lo some extent in Mineral Point. .Read our oiler published elsewhere in to-day’s paper. Where are the prophets Unit pre dicted a cool Summer. Dime Entertainment at the M. K. 'church to-morrow evening. The work <d’ re-building Charley Oillinann.H hre.wory has heen com menced. The Trihnne appears to he beside itself. Much lla/elton hath made Jtenne.lt mad. Ilm. Hearn oftlie DodgevilleOhron tele called on the Democrat ollieo on Wednesday, Nick. Shlllen has improved the ap lcaraneeof theft lobe Hotel hy having it re painted. 'Jiie warm weather of the past two weeks pusses the memory of the old est inhabitant. The Press was well represented at 'the (Jreeuhaek (ionvolition held at Muscoda lust week. Tramps have heen paying their re spects lo Heloil, and otner cities in the eastern part <f the .State,, The 111. (lev. M. Ifeiss con Hr mod over two hundred children at the Dish Catholic Church on Sunday last. Mr. Sampson Pickard died at ids c.Hjdciico in (his city on Monday ■ light. Ilia death was caused by col era morlms. i~><iiiHii damage w ;im done on l.lio J’lalteville I>r;iiic!i of (lift Mineral I’uinl If. It. liy I In* iMotvy mins of Sunday night. Tim h(<trtii near Darlington last •geek, amounted to alniusl a. tornado. ;n several places (iocs and fences verc Mown down. .1. ,1. Ilaaisconi, better known us Mol,” retanned to (Ids oily on Tues day from 1 lie I l ',as) where lie lias been nltending business college. Toe tilth annual meeting of the lloneohel agricultural and driving nark atsoeiation will be held at 15os lobel October 2d, ltd and till. •littm Utrnn \\%u\ k f!tt vmHi the extreme heat, of I riday last. The steer had heen to water and was Ira.s elmg up hill when II dropped. bishop lleiss of l.aCrosse admin i ..a red the rile of eonlirmalion (o a i lass of SI per,'ions in I’aleli (Jrovc, (Irani comity, a sinn l I ime ago. The barn of Joseph I',Hint of Port Andrew, llieldand eonnly, wasenlire y destroyed hy lire on the 81 li insl.. Supposed to he (he work of an incen diary. boss #1,500; insurance #l,OOO \ nmiiher of ( hid l'< Hows from l tndgev ilie were in town yesterday at - lending Ihe fimerrl of Sampson Hick aid. The funeral eerenmnies of (he order were conducted hy John Kden, M (1. Mr. Frank Knzonrolh and Mrs. Kis ,ell have dissolved partnership. ’r inU will occupy the old stand and Vim. Kissed will occupy the room ne'd door to I’illford’s drug store, on the west. Fli*' Odd Fellow sure hard al work m their new hall, ami when complet ed it will he one of the lined lodge roams in (he West. They are putting <o a woite sand stone front, which aids greatly to the appearance of the budding, ('here is rumored 1 hat (he authori ties of | he town of Moscow are about t > e onienee suit, again ,I the rnlmiie id'ihis city for the recover) of dam ages sustained hy said lawn, from the the publication, (his weak, of a than ■amt lines, more or hv -. ef "dogg ret'' upon" 'he beauties of Moscow." The Iwenlv-llflh animat exhibition o Hie Wisconsin Stale Agricultural Si ici\ will lie la id in the City of Madron, from the tdh to diet Ith of ■pi ember, IS7S. I'tm Ivxeeulive ba.n l hive olTensl 1 i:u*e.tl premiums in c c ti department, and have largely added (a ttie number of articles for which premiums are offered in sev eral of t lie classes. ileim in Serliee, a (leraiau 5t years o( sg , living between James’ Mill sod I'adgeville, hung himself on tin* evening of July Mill. 11 is body was ' >mul at 7 o'clock the next oorning. Vid mi inquest by the coroner result ed ni a verdicl as above No cause MsigneJ except bad bealth. Leaves s wife fted four children, d’rilem- Mr, A.H. Deller, packed his valise,] said good-bye lo his friends, and | started for Chicago last Wednc-day morning on liis summer vacation. fJeorgc u r . Peek thinks that the i mule should supercede the eagle as onr national emblem. Head hisargn ments upon this question on the eigth page of to-day’s paper. We have it on good authority that tin! friends of Ha/elton have no doubt of ids receiving a re-nomtnation. Their faith i based on the fact that I one of the most inliuenlial llepubli cariH, whom they have hitherto thought opposed to him, has publicly stated that he does not intend to do anything against Ceorge’s re-domina tion. On Saturday last upward of one hundred men left Dubuque to repair the damages between the Illinois Jl. It. between that place and Warren, two large bridges that had been swept away by the rain storm of Thursday were put in order on Saturday and Sunday, hut a heavy rain storm on Sunday night and Monday morning undid the good work which had been completed. Mr. Philip Eden is in our city spend ing vacation after another year’s work as Principal of Plattevillo public schools. We understand the school board there has re-engaged him for another year, which will make his third year there, This gives evidence of the high appreciation of Mr. Eden’s work as a teacher hy the Plalteville people, and we certainly congratulate them on having secured his services for another year. One day last week while Mr. William I fatten of Linden was mowing, the scat of the machine gave way under him, and he was immediately precip itated directly in front of the'sickle, and lull, for his presence of mind would have met with a fearful death. II e shouted, “w hoa,” and the horses in stantlj stopped. As it was, Mr. ifatten received a cut one inch deep and two long hack of one of Ids shoulders, and one of the guards rim into his leg. Had the horses taken just one more step Mr. Itatien would have, heen severed in twain. (■rant Comity Hazelle; The grad ing on Hie narrow-gauge railroad be tween Woodman and Montfort is about all (hum. Men are at work on tho Lancaster Branch, only seven miles from hen;. Mr. Williams, who V** \* ♦ AA*‘ iiml . V>it* t■• • • I• • v. .1 t* >•< < 1 Hein • purchased an engine, several box and lial ears and a passenger coach,and will he here with them in about a week, when the ironing of the road will commence. From pres ent indications it would appear that dial the locomotive will he seen in Lancaster at (he time set, Nov. Ist, or sooner. Properly at Mold fort, is gradually rising invalue and a few of Hie citizens are haying up town properly lo speculate in. .Montfort lias bright aidicipalioie., and in a few more years she w ill he looked upon as an enterprising city ami a centre of commerce to the sur rounding count rv. A Lottor from Mllwiuilioo. Mn.vv u Wis., .Inly its, ists. - W‘ at• just, now 11 utin ; a tar in of exeessiVi’ heat. Hal t!• • |<•<;*!<• ;n,> cheered hy I In l aimonneemen I male l>\ the signal bureau ** that a deride I fall in Hu’ temperature is enterim; (In' lulled Siatas from Manitoba,” an I they swelter )tali('nlly with 1 ><•<mij ll glare. Notwillistandi ig tin* 1 iri'i■ / 1 * which tempered llic wavs of Old S i| to-dav, the temperai arc wa; hi ;iier 1 h.in any previous day lli.i Sinai.. The mercury indicated he; ween :>< and ion decrees in diil 'i eal parts of (he city. A man named Win. 1> oer liing died hi .1 11 i;. 1 1 1. final the pro; striding iutluenee of ihelie.il. While employ I'd on a vessel di ehai ".in ; I mu her, a ('ll aides Soli nicy er was dis aided I >y lln* ever i \ e heal, live horses died from I in' i Heels ef sun stroke in dill'erenl pal Is of i he i \ Tw o men were prosl i an and to ; he he ’ tonlay while utili>.i<Im<r e nl fiom a vessel. Ale imsler was oveieome hy the he it. tins morning on Win Mi-an street, and the ease is pronnneed a serious one. Isaae I, Kramer ini' nh.r of the heard of trade, w a> piesirait il hy the prevailing heal, an 1 h el to le removed (o his residence. V driver of a heer wagon was overpowered, while driving in the Si xih ward, . ’ i morning. Two eases of sa.. treko were rep nted fm in lie lumber,n ; districts of the Smith side, having occurred before noon. Wo.k is dm* s l suspended among masons, brick-lay - ers, carpenters, and laborers wli t have tv he t \p isi'd In the sun. Ml'O' K Sun-Sjroko. Dr, Loomis ol Heilevue JF■ >s]i till New V<i k, a physician who has hail large experience in th * treatment of sun-stroke, say* thill it is not a disease which occurs suddenly' and strikes u person down without warnin'. There is always i pren.unitary or pre p,oratory stage- This is characterized by restlessness, excitement u ni ina bility to deep, all of which am due to the effects of hrat prolonged through several days. The effect of the heat may be assisted by over stimulation with alcoholic drinks, mental shock and overtaxation of the body and mind. In addition to these symp toms there are lassitude, want of ap petite and increased thirst. The pa tients say that they feel hot but can not sweat. The greater number of cases is observed in laborers working out of doors, although they may not bo exposed to the direct rays of the Hitii. It is also noticed in this stage that Hie pulse is increased in frequen cy and that the temperature of the skin is raised above the natural stan dard, which is 08 or 00 degrees. Af ter this period of restlessness and excitement copies vertigo or dizziness and faintness, which rapidly or grad ually pass into the state of uncon sciousness ca led sunstroke. The ter mination of Ais stage is naturally re covery or death. Thu main mints which Dr. Loomis thinks shout! he impressed upon the p nhlic with regard to sunstroke are as follows: Living in filthy rooms predisposes to siiuslrokt. Living in wins where the air is hot and calm prl is poses I o sunstroke. Drinking alcoholic liquors predis poses io sunstroke. Hsing physical exertion for a pro prolonged time, as in Ihe case of la borers, pl ed sjoses to simsl roke. Diet has little-todo with Ihi; affec tion. I’eople in:iy cut during'( he sum mer months ally kind of fresh nour ishing meal or vegetables that they 1 aiiey. Keimianl enlnler at I)ellei's Mariet Reports. Our inarkft during Urn past week lias experienced no malerial change in any of Ui branches, prices remain ing about the same as quoted last week. WII Mi'—During the early part ol U"' ' v '*f teiioris .were . lore aided T.asl rather freely Iroin tne west, to the effect that tne rain and Him had caused serious damage to the gro.ving Top, This naturally caused Ihepriees in Kastern markets to ad same a I ride, hut soon toll hack agin, subsequent events showing a nm e favorable crop prospect. No. u, in our market, is worth from 71! to 75 C. OATS— Firmer prices ruling aUml on cent per Imsiiel higher on all gradd. No. l white sold during the lulUf part of the week at 20c.; No. 2. wlile, is\'c; light mixed, 17c.; and mixitl, lac.to Hie. Iteceipls small. CUU N* Nominal, 25c. UAKJ-KV —20 C 25c. Demand light; rcKdpls small. WOOL*--Then; has been no change in lliin hiineli worthy of note, reeeipts helng veiy small, and grades remain ing nominal at 20 to 21 , a c. jierll> for 1111 u. 1 Iml FLA N iF.F.D Nominal, at Usc. to •Si.on. IKMJS lOvving .0 the intense heat and LlO amiiilioii of the M. F. 11. 11. ear soi;pci> have done nothing in this line. l’iiees lange from j?2.so to .•s .110 loLoidinai) grades, and jjfll.Oa exit a gi.des. FAT IjL tjniet, .■>2.50 to jf j.u;,. FLOI and Has declined a Hide in lower glides, .selling from v'J.oO to s2,o>. mo.Liie higher prices remaining micii.imgd -price.; ranging (run 5r2..0 1 0 c.!.V.). 1 lie fofcivv ing is a correct price-list 1 I • met oiiiiimdilies; 1.1 1 .. t'-t.OI (iraham ‘Monr, per evvt., .. ;,.o‘ ■s . " 1.2.1 Co:.■ 1 . 1 . a fhehed ■> ‘ .. 2.0.1 1.0.0 “ ... .7.. ilu cr. ir Ho O' isii) nsw .1,1 . ; . > .U -o; . perjlo/. ;e isil) ..11l ! I ide -. . rti . . I .at,on, •' .o.r , I.aid. ‘ ,0i - ~ peldldd 2.00 I ne. pi.i hid. gii.i Cos ,n iu,Ban h'd., 2.70 1 . id l >,| pi 1 1. 0. gs.no,. ;1, Di v-hon|. per ion, 10.0 1 lhaeu-iajii, “ i.,.00 Hay. •• 000 l.iiiul cr.couii.mn feme, per Ai„ Is.on Closing sale of Ueum.uus at Del tor’ . Itemnat counter at Deller’s. Closing sale of Kcmnauls at Dcl lor’i. A Prayer. Hasten the e; ..|e, and r and nights, A plenteous store - Halm bearing bn-c, . from the sea And from tl io shore. Shut up the ov -ns .f tie- sun, And bank i he and: rs; Some patiene • dies with every drop That man p -rspircs. This torrid madm - cease ere all Our virtues faint ; For Satan, hopeful contemplates A reeking saint. Prom ttie Now York Sun. Confirmation in Mineral Point. On Sunday 14th, the sacrament of continuation was administered by Hi. Rev. lleiss, Hi shop id Lacrosse, in both the Catholic churches of this city. On account of the very feeble health of Ins Grace Archbishop Hemii, of Milwaukee, lit. Rev.Jieiss kindly con sented to perform this sacred duty in the counties of lowa, Grant and J.a- Payette, As early as six o’clock on Sunday morning, the Catholic children and Uieir parents began to assemble at St. Paul’s Irish Oaiholic Church. At s o’clock the Rt. Rev. Histiop celebrated mass, during which divine service A had been announced by Father O’Keefe that all the subjects for eon lirmation should receive the sacra ment of Liu* Holy Lachari.st. A Her this the children and othei persons that were fasting partook of some re freshments. At li fteen minutes before 10 o'clock, they again assembled in the Ciuircli grounds, where they were forme, 1 into line—two ’ey two: ihe bo\>, clothed in black. Hie girls dressed in while, each one wearin-.; a wreath and a long white veil, which under the skillful manipilaiiou of toe good Sisters Dalmatia a 1 Tle-ml.>ra wa most artistically arrangi and. Precisely at 10 o’clock, the proeensem wu,- formed. After making a detour around the School house they drew up in front of tlie Pastor's residence, where the Hishop and Clergy awaited them. Thence they proceeded iu or der, directly to the Church, making a a most pleasing aprar.inee and afford ing their friends and parents great pleasure ami gratification. The throng of spectators that unrounded the church and grounds was immense. Two men were, stationed at the en trance of the chinch and two inside, where seats were reserved, so that not the slightest confusion or disorder was noticeable; wlm the large number to (con) was very creditable to the obedience of the children and the management of Father O'Keefe. In a few moments afler entering (he ehim-h high nuns was begun. Rev. Palin r ilaimon. of Darlington, (to whose good uatured energy a great part of the success i.-- due) ollieiated as celebrant in a very pleas ing ipnl edifying manner, assisted by Palher O'Keefe, in cassock and surplice. The 111. Rev. Hishop also assisted in roehette, and surplice, kneeling on a small Prie-Dien inside the sanctuary railing. At Ihe close of Ihe high in iss the Rl. Rev. Hishop descended the altar and addressed the pel 'us to be continued in a most affecting ami in si • active manner. He explained to them the object and fruits of the holy sacrament of Con-' Urination. Above all he reminded i them to be faithful to preserve its! saeiamenlal grace, that would gi\e them ireng hto lead a pure and holy iife and enable them under an cii eunisl.iiuvs to In* faithful children ot j the Hi .; Catholic Church, and if need j he, to do as millions of her children; lull! ici.-.e 1 e <>l e, to lay duw n l licit i 11\i s I'm their Faith. V i Hu' close ot the ins riiel imi jhe I H . H> v. lb -imp a .sinned the Cope, Mure, .i ll one of the Clergy Core Lie a red chrism and honioa ztllill, \v ;* li r ulilCi .1 a till.l Voice, annuu a ii the L uin mugae toe .i.niii' ... . ( app lean 0' iae sat ra- Ulelll. ii bcg.,o . .it* mm i,u at (•";•- *cl " Coolii ;o.i. ;* •: i :|irn; I. a.;’ to tin Ruo.an ‘ ii, rite. i;,-.midin , tl < *i -noit iu iii - poo. ideal i ii.es, i o<* cie > i me.i pi. .iy j..„ um,-us, the fie. a i • r; la. 11 . t Lai t > !iy mn - u flic < "Oil *. the III) filed-. U* chilui. 11 bowel io pi *yei and exp* - . ■ a;i-a, one ae*; ...in; e*l *\ oh me lust u y of me Cm*i* a uuiild imagine tmuseii , m.i.s pvO led i'.lea lohicd.lv i. 1 1 ;orv or si. Am iruse—tu i , ■ old .'mn -of Lie C mix o’- glory i.l p.nw r . ,1 v.ould toi the moment In ,el liia ~i:s was a eene in Inc mi l wi>u ra part <u lue N w A olid, tar Dom .1 a iea and >amaria. tar from the centre of Cath olic power and authority. After all had been continued the H simp ,ol- Ulessen timm again m a short b-U. sincere appeal tint will not s) >n !.• forgotten. Th> - only inconvenience tiu'oughout lli" ceremony was th* intense best, which within tie* ehurcii W.'S wi . oppressive; 1 >: 1 1 r, h on* bon- ;• like a in.irtyr ami dev -mo. tie* great o praise. In alt t .i'.lc lies :,• I inMi-i'atholies, for their strict and quiet intention. In the Irish chur li gnu v. ere confirmed. Ai in. Mr. ,i. Fdlengen of the the (iernrm congregation drove up to the Iri<h church, with a beautiful span of Icrses and the finest carnage to be procured in Mineral Point, to convey the Bishop to the (Icnnan church. When within a short distance of the (Icnnan church, the Ilishop was met. by the St. Joseph's Benevolent \h rein, with Banners living, each member adorned with the beautiful regalia of the Society, by tiie children to be continued, the girls dressed in white w ith wreaths and veils, wli > escorted the Ursa >j* to the residence of the worthy Pastor. Father Weinhart. At :l o'clock p. m. soliMim vespers w ere chanted uy Uov . Max l)e Uecku of .Seymour as-isted by Rev. liodeuiacker of liigli.an I, the Pastor. The Bishop, assists Ii i lio chelle. After Vespers were and lished the Bishop addressed tliechiidn n,aiul after instruction conferred i.ie sacra ment of Confirmation on is:, children and adults It was a most tningwork for the Bishop ou account of the warm weather, to eouiirm in two churches ou the same day, and such a ho pe number altogether aoout 400 However the lit. ib*v. Bishop was most highly gratified ami expressed himself in the strongest tci is of pleasure and approbation wits the manner in which Father O’Keefe and fa. her Wei uli.irl prepar and tiie chil di i and conducted the ceremonies. Uealsoexpresswl hisaslouisme at ul the surprising increase of Mm . 'atholie. 1 ‘hiircli in South-western Wisconsin 'v.'dch w;is far beyond les . .pecialion. tnsid.eof; hree weeks’lic lias c unirmed over ti.Oi.lo members. T.ic Catholics oi Mineral Point ami vicinity should lei 1 proud and encouraged by : lie praise of Hie Bishop, and by the honor and credit rejected upon them by their children. Wandered from Homo. On last Saturday nie'nt, while in a fit of temporary insanity, Mr. Joseph Xiebols, of this city strayed away from his homo. Ho is a man of about. .Vi joars of ago. Anyone who knows of his whereabouts will please send 'iifor>“slion to Mrs. Nichols, at this place. Foit Sam’ Ciikai’.-A poo.l track trolling Sulky for sale cheap. Ku ipiire of A. I>. Fori is at wa rehouse near the depot. Qi ratv: “Why will men sinokeeom mon tobacco, when they cun buy Mar burg biros. “Seal ot North Carolina,” at the syme price?” The best (ive-eeut cigar in town at Finnic & Spraller's. (lather up your old clothes and have (hem renovated by T. W. Carry, who will he at the (llobp Hotel on Saturday, July 20tb, where he will re main for a few days. Notice of Dissolution of Co-Part ners lip I. The partnership hereto!', re existing between Frank F.nzenroth and Mrs. Kissed under the firm name of Fn /euvoth \ Kissell has this day been dissolved by unit ua! consent. Fkank Kx/.knuotu .'lns. Kisskli,. Mineral Point, W is.. Inly is, is7k. REMNANTS At DELLERS. Commenced t liin w> ek, Clear ing Sale of Remnants of every description. No damaged shelf worn stock, hut Perfect Goods Remnants Dress (roods, White (roods, Linen; , ( m lies-, i'assi mcrs. Flannel-,-, Flints, Rib oons, Trimuunjxs, ic, Measured—marked in plain inures—to be disposed of at a sacrifice. You are invited • il and inspect those BAIIG.IL \ .i On that lie.it -..:n x Counter at .1