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Respectfully yours, CRAWFORD BROS. Mineral Point, Wis. LOCAL NEWS. Rev. C. T. Susan, arch-deacon of the Milwaukee diocese, will ofliciate at Trinity church this Friday evening All are invited. Win. Lanyon, sr., has been confined his to home for the last six weeks by a bruised leg. He was lifting logs from a wagon when he was caught between them and severely bruised. We are glad to know that he is gradually re covering from the injury. W. A. Jones went to Madison on Tuesday to attend the annual meeting of the State agricultural society, of which he is a vice-president. Edward Mitchell, who has been in the far west for over thirty years, has returned to Mineral Point his old home. Ed. F. Thomas has opened anew grocery store at Cobb. The time for holding the state fair next year has been fixed for the week beginning Sept. 17. The Wisconsin state building at the World’s fair grounds was sold on Tuesday, to Dr. Willoughby, of Chica go, for 11,(510. Mystery still surrounds the death of Mrs. Catherine Robinson, 84 years of age, of Crawford county, on Nov. 8 last, by cremation. She was known to have been eccentric and to have quan tities of loose money hidden about her premises. It is thought she may have been murdered and robbed, and her house burned to hide the deed. Dr. A. A. Willits, of Dayton, ()., will give his most famous lecture, en titled “Sunshine; or The Secret of a Happy Life,” in the Platteville Lec ture Course, on Thursday, Dec. 14. Rev. S. R. Chubb will preach at Lost drove next Sunday at 11:00. No better place could possibly be found for our young men to go than to the Young Men’s Meeting that is held in the lecture room of the I*. M. church every Sunday morning at 9 o’clock. Non-church goers are espec ially invited to be present. Charles Winn leads next Sunday, Let our young men assemble. A. W. Cobb’s fine yearling colt from Lady Hudson, and sired by Count Fol sio, died Saturday last. At the meeting of the state agricul tural society in Madison this week, W. A. Jones was elected superintendent of the dairy department. Hon, C. Spensley went to Madison, on legal business, on Tuesday. den. A. C. Parkinson has resigned as president of the state agricultural society, and S. D. Hubbard, of Neils ville has been elected to fill the va cancy. A cool burglary occurred in Baraboo Saturday night. A wagon was backed up in front of Kamrath & Hirschin ger’s meat market, a light of glass broken in two, and two hogs, quarters of beef, several hams, etc., amounting in value to SIOO, were carried off. There is no clue to the thieves. Jack Kelley, a conductor on the Chi cago, Milwaukee & St Paul road, had his hand crushed while making a coupling at Boscobel. Robert Greenwood, one of the oldest settlers of Sauk county, died on Tues day, at the home of his son Robert; aged 00 years. Work is to be resumed on the Janesville young men's Christian association building as soon as the weather will permit. Theodore Eeger, aged about four teen, of Lost Grove, had the misfor tune, one day recently, to fall from a hayrack against a pitchfork, receiving a severe wound in the arm. Ho will probably recover without permanent injury. lowa County Democrat. There will be an entertainment given in the P. M, lecture hall on Sat urday evening, the 23d. The principal feature will be the rendering of “ How the Hrownies Fooled Santa Claus.” This entertainment is free and will be given in the place of having a Christmas tree. A wildcat that measured five feet in length and stood two feet six inches high was recently killed near Richland Center. There will be a concert at the M. E. church, Friday, Dec, 15, given under the auspices of the Epwnrth league. The singers are from Minneapolis, and have with them Baby Marie, the child pianist. Hon. J. Montgomery Smith is at the White Earth agency, Minn., attending to his duties as commissioner and disbursing agent for the Chippewa Indians. The annual exhibition of the south ern Wisconsin poultry associatiou was held at Richland Center last week, there being exhibits not only from Wisconsin, but from a number of other states. Personal Mention. Miss Lillian Jacka is visiting in Janesville this week. 11. C. Uaell, vice-principal of the Janesville public schools, made friends in Mineral Point a visit on Saturday last. Robert Lanyon, of Pittsburg, Kan sas, has been here visiting relatives and old time friends. David Ross came up from Chicago last week, for a brief visit with rela tives and friends. Will S. Ross is in Madison this week, serving as a juryman in the LT. S. District Court. Samuel Harris, Sr. Samuel Harris, Sr., died on Thurs day, Nov. 30th; aged 88 years, 4 months and 2G days. He was born July 4, 1805; was married to Eliza (Joss in September, 1839, at Devon shire, England; came to Mineral Point in the spring of 1848. Ten children survive him, three sons, and seven daughters. His children, since their mother’s death, have waited on him with that care and affection due to a good and kind parent. The funeral took place on Sunday afternoon from Trinity church, and was attended by many mourning relatives and friends. The body was laid to rest in the fam ily lot in Graeeland cemetery. A. F. BISHOP, Furniture and Undertaking. Corner of High and Chestnut Streets. Ladies’ dressing cases, in plush or wood, $1 at Isaac Deller’s. We Still Do repairing of Loots and Shoes at the old stand. E. J. Dayey. For Good and Cheap 3lilliuery (Jo to Miss C. Ziegin, opposite the U. S. hotel. How Is Your’s? Your cutter? Does it need painting? If so, take it to Weidenfeller’s and have it done on short notice, Brydsou Tippett. Shullslmrsi Local. Married on Xov. 27th, 1803, by Lev. G. Merrifield, Mrs. Alice M. Tippett of Gratiot to Mr. Charles Brydson, of Mineral Point. The ceremony took place at the home of the groom's brother near Kingsley Chapel in the presence of a few intimate friends. We wish them a long and happy life together. Plush albums, all colors, $l, at Isaac Deller's. The Firemen's Dance. Darlington Democrat. The firemen's dance at the opera house Wednesday evening was attend ed by a jolly crowd intent on having a good time, and to all appearances no one was dissapointed. The music by the Mineral Point orsbestra was splendid and dieted much favorable comment. The supper at Hotel Meehan was suberb, and spacious tables were loaded with all the del acacies of the season. 127 dance tickets were sold. See that |2O dressing case at Isaac Deller’s, Optical Goods Of all the leading makes, at low prices, at Wm. Manger’s jewelry store. Ladies’ gold watches complete, $l5, at Isaac Deller’s. Cutters and Bob-Sleds. We have the best of makes. Port land and swell body in Cutters. Common knee bobs, and the Oscil lating Steel knee. Martin & Toay. MINERAL POINT, WISCONSIN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1893. FURS, MUFFS. BOAS, In Endless Variety, and at all Prices. Just received from a Chicago Furrier, who needs money badly. This is your opportunity to buy someone a Hand some Christmas Gift CHEAP. Ladies Muffs from 48 cents up AT THE ECONOMY STORE. Come in at once as they wmn’t last long this cold w r eather. Mrs. Michael Burns. Die I, in this city, at the residence of her son M. J. Burns, on Dec. 2d, Annie, wife of Michael Burns; aged 83 years. Deceased was born in the parish of Itta, Kings county, Ireland, in the year 1810; emigrated to Amer ica in the year 1845, and was married to Michael Burns, in New York city in the year 1819, and came to Madison, Wis., the same year, and resided on their farm until they moved to Min eral Point in 18GG, where she resided until her death. The funeral took place on Monday at 10 o’clock with services in St. Paul’s Catholic church, and interment in St. Paul’s cemetery. Deceased’s maiden name was Annie Conlon. She was a devout Catholic and beloved by all who knew her. She leaves to mourn her loss her hus band and one son. May she rest in peace. George A. Richardson. George A. Richardson, collector for the Chicago Cottage organ company for Wisconsin, died in this city on Monday night after a brief illness. Suffered for a short time with a ver} severe cold, w r hich was followed by pleurisy and pneumonia, resulting in death at the time stated. His death is sad indeed, as he was away from home and relatives. His remains were taken lo Cardovia, Minn. He leaves to mourn his death, his mother, one sister and five brothers. He was a young man of high character, and during his visits here made many friends. Gold and Silver Watches Clocks, silverware, etc. A new stock of goods purchased especial ly for the holiday trade, at Mauger’s. TEACH EBS* MEETING. To lowa County Teachers: A teacher’s meeting will be held at Dodgeville, Saturday, Dec. 9th, 1893. It is hoped that every teacher in the county will make a faithful effort to be present. Progressive teachers feel the need and importance of such pro fessional gatherings, and they will not fail if possible to avail themselves of the opportunity to attend. A discussion of the topics assigned will secure a day of profit and pleasant intercourse upon school matters. Trusting that an unanimous re sponse will be given by the teachers of lowa County, I am Yours Truly, Tiros. J. Jones, Cos. Supt. Gentlemen’s Purses, Cigar cases, etc, at Hanscom’s. 17w4. Ladies’ Card Cases A nice line at Hanscom’s. 17w4 Bargains. I have a number of second-hand pianos and organs, that must be sold immediately. Some of them have been used only a short time, and are about as good as new. In order to sell them at once they will be sacfriced for cash only. Also a team of good horses, wagon, sleigh, cutter, road cart, double and single harness S. T. Osborne, box SO, Mineral Point, Wis. A Fine Line Of goods for the holidays at Mauger’s jewelry store. Children’s Books An extra fine line at Hanscom's. 17w4. Fine China and Glass. Don’t fail to see Hendra Brothers’ magnificent display in this line of goods. Minutes are Precious. If you want time, the correct time, and want it every time you need it, secure one of the many handsome watches at Isaac Deller's. Over 100 titles in the 25c. books, at Isaac Deller’s. Buy Your Xmas Slippers at Richardson’s. 18 “ f orh>Q?b.” Mrs. Robert H. Whitney. On arising from bed about daylight on Tuesday our townsman Mr. Robert H. Whitney made the sad discovery that his wife Mrs. Martha M. Whitney, had passed quietly away while lying by his side. She was troubled for some months with palpitation of the heart, but for a few days previous to her death she appeared to be recover ing. She passed peacefully away without a struggle. Deceased was born in Pennsylvania, was united in marriage to Mr. Whitney in Mineral Point. Her husband, and seven grown up children—three daughters and four sons—survive to mourn the loss of a good, affectionate wife and mother. The funeral took place on Thursday afternoon. Christmas cards from sc. up, at Isaac Deller’s. The Nicest Present. There is nothing nicer for a Christ mas present than a fine portrait. Leave your orders at once with Frank Owens for the extra fine work of the Monroe Portrait Studio. Prices low. Scarf pins and stick pins from 25c. up, at Isaac Deller’s. Church Services for Sunday. Divine services will be held as fol lows on Sunday next: METHODIST EPISCOPAL. Rev. F. W. Straw, pastor. Class meeting at 9. Morning service at 10:90. Sunday School at 2:00. Epworth League at 0: 30. Evening service at 7 : 30. Subject of evening service, “ Courage.” PRIMITIVE METHODIST. Rev. S. R. Chubb, pastor. Morning service at 10:30. Sunday School session at 2:00. Evening service at 7:00. 10: 30—Mr. John Pierce will preach. 3: 00—Sunday school session. 6:15 Christian Endeavor meet in the chapel. 7:oo—Sermon by Mr. Chubb; subject, 300 out of 23,000, or how Gideon won the battle. TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Rev. March Chase, rector. Morning prayer and sermon at 10:30. Sunday school at 2:30. Evening prayer, with sermon, at 7: 30. ST. PAUL’S CATHOLIC CHURCH. Rev. James O’Keefe, pastor. High mass with sermon, at 10 a. m. at Mineral Point and Waldwick, alternate Sundays. ST. MARY’S CATHOLIC CHURCH. Rev. John E. Halbalkenn, pastor. Early mass at 8 o’clock. High mass at 10:00. Ves pers at 3:00. Children’s books from sc. up, at Isaac Deller’s. Everything Must Go. We will not move the stock. Our time is short, therefore, we have made a more sweeping ceduction than ever. Buy your shoes at the Richardson Bankrupt Sale, and save money. For Sale. One Hundred Cords of Dry Wood. Inquire of David Brown. Notice to Tax Payers. Ben. Winn, City Treasurer, will be gin to collect taxes December 7th. Otlice in the court house. Toys at Cost. To close out the stock, at Hanscom’s. If You Want Coffees and Teas go to C. E. Gale’s Wanted, A position as teacher. Have had several years experience. Inquire at The Democrat. Fine China At bottom Prices, at C. E. Gale’s. Gun dry & Gray Wishes to call especial attention to their last years’ New Markets and Jackets which must be sold at the following reductions from former prices: Former price $1.50, reduced to 25 cts. “ $3.50, “ 50 cts. “ 15.00, “75c to 1.50 “ SB.OO, “2.50 to 3.00 SIO.OO, “3.00 to 4.00 “ $13.00 to $13.50 “ 600 “ $19.00, “ 7.00 A job lot of Overcoats and Odd Coats at the same reductions; also a lot of caps to close at a bargain. Gundry & Gray. All the Latest Novels At Hanscom's, Mineral Point, Wis. Stoves, Stoves J We have a larger and better variety than we have ever before carried. Call and see them before making pur chases. S. Hocking & Cos. Harper’s Bazar for December 2d will devote a large share of its attention to Christmas presents. There will be three articles on this subject. One paper will discuss china and silver, a second handiwork, and the third gifts for invalids. A feature will be a page of pictures of needle-work done by members the Young Women’s Chris tian Association of New Tor a. The post office and furniture store of James Faust at Cross Plains, Dane county, were burned on Sunday, with loss partially covered by an insurunce of SI,OOO. NOT A A BANKRUPT STOCK But a Choice, New Clean Stock of Boots and Shoes. That We Bought for Cash So Cheap As to enable us not only to compete but to offer MUCH LOWER PRICES than the “ odds and ends ” of an old out-of-date, out of sizes, shelf-worn stock will be offered. Remember: When you buy Shoes from us you get first-class, warranted up to date, stylish goods, and any failures made good. DON’T BE HUMBUGGED. Look around and COMPARE PRICES. Don’t “GO IT BLIND.” See that you are not paying more for OLD GOODS than you can get new goods for. Yours for business. W. J. PENHALLEGON, Proprietor. Mineral Point, Oct. 18, 1893. Garland Stoves. Martin & Toay have a few Garland Stoves left, to offer cheap. These stoves took all the first awards at the World’s Fair. 184 w Dressmaker’s Magic Scale. A perfect fit without change of seams. It cuts to actual measure; dressmaking made easy; no more fitting; dressmakers can not afford to do without it. Learn the system at once, and get the Magic Scale, all in one piece. Mrs. M. A. Miller, Fountain street, Mineral Point, Wis. It is Safe to Say It is safe to say that a shoe stock that has been run for twelve or four teen years will have more out-of-date out-of-sizes, and out-of-style shoes, than one that has been run but six or seven years. Call at Richardson’s Bankrupt Store, for clean, fresh goods, at less than manufacturer’s prices. Ladies’ solid gold rings, $1.50 at Deller’s. FIRST CLASS VEHICLES. The Best Makes at Low Prices for Cash. N. Treweek, at his new residence just north of the city hall, has a large and new stock of Carriages, Road Carts, Surreys, Buggies, Democrat Wagons, etc., of the best makes in the market, including the Henny Buggy Cos. and the Robertson Manu facturing Cos., of Freeport, 111. It is a stock to make selections from and they will all be sold very cheap for cash. Btf N. The week. Cuff buttons 35c. and up, at Isaac Deller’s. Steam Laundry. Charles Winn is agent for the Janes ville Steam Laundry, which is supplied with a complete new outfit of machin ery and does first class work and gives complete satisfaction. Leave work at Cbas. Winn’s barber shop, under Mar tin & Toay’s hardware store. Mishawaka Knit Boots And Overs, less than manufacturer’s prices at Richardson’s Shoe Sale. Cutters, Cutters.' Prepare for sleighing by buying a nice Cutter. Ed. Curnow has just re ceived a number of the finest cutters ever brought to Mineral Point. Call early and make selections. Prices away down. Edward Curnchv. High street, Mineral Point. 14tf Monroe Portrait Studio. I am taking orders, delivering and collecting for the Monroe Portrait Studio. Should I fail to call on any one wishing a fine portrait, leave a card with your address at the post oflice requesting a call and it will re deye prompt attention. Respectfully, Frank Owens. To My Customers. Take notice that I have just receiv ed a full line of Codman’s Flavoring Extracts, acknowledged to be the best by all the leading Pastry Chefs of the United States. Bring your bottle and try it in bulk; four ounces of the best Lemon Extract you ever had for 25cts. Will be pleased to show them to you J. A. Spratler, Mineral Point. Mrs. Catharine Sullivan. Darlington Democrat and Register. Mrs, Catharine Sullivan died at her home in the town of Darlington on Nov. 17, 1893, aged 77 years. She leaves besides her aged husband, two sons, Michael and Daniel J. Sullivan to mourn her loss. She is one of the oldest residents of the county, having resided in her late home nearly forty years. Illustrated Juvenile Books Embracing ever thing in the market that is worth baying at Isaac Deller’s. If Your Grocer Has not got Amole-ine washing pow der‘ make him get it. 3tf Glassware and Crockery. J. A. Spratler has a full line of glass crockery, wooden ware and toys. Suits and Overcoats, For men, boys, and children. Don’t fail to examine A. G. Deller’s com plete stock. The Best Flour. If you want the best Flour, go to C. E. Gale’s. A Peculiar Accident. The Plattevillc News. The Northwestern passenger train was two hours late Monday evening, caused by a peculiar accident. Near Dodgeville a farmer driving a sleigh loaded with hay crossed the track, and stopped just beside the train, where his team back a little and the binding pole on his load knocked out several windows in the coach, pieces of Hying glass cut a child and a man. No ser ious damage was done. Latest Hooks Of all kinds at Hanscom’s. 17w4 TIME TABLE. Chicago, Milwaukee ami St. Paul Railway. Trains depart from and arrive at Mineral Point as follows; DEPART ARRIVE Mall and Express 045a. m. 1> 50 p. m. Mail and Express 2 00 p. m. 12 15 p. m. Freight Acconimod’t’n 10 15 a. in. 330 p. m. Through Freight 2 30 p. m. 10 40 a. m. Afternoon passenger leaves Chicago at 2:10 p. m. All trains carry passen gers. N. H. Snow, Agent. Wanted—Butter and Eggs In exchange for cash, at C. E. Gale’s. Notice of Dissolution. Notice is hereby given that the partnership heretofore existing under the firm name of Hosken & Brewer is this day dissolved by mutual consent. VV. J. Hosken will continue the bus at the old stand. W. J. Hosken, John Brewer. Mineral Point, Nov. 13, 1893. See Quoted Prices Elsewhere of the great Bargain Sale at Bichardson’s Shoe Store. Instruction in Instrumental Music. I am prepared to give instruction on piano, organ, violin, guitar, banjo, and all band instruments. Eor terms, call on me over the Economy store. J. W. M. Alderson. Veterinary Surgeon. Charles Shain, veterinary surgeon, late of Canada, has located in Mineral Point, and will succeed Dr. F. "VV. Philp. He is an honorary graduate of the Ontario Veterinary college, with six years experience in Cauada. Codman’s Extracts Are first class. Try them, at ,T. A. Spratler’s. It Costs You Nothing: To examine the finest stock of Plush Goods, Albums, Books and Novelties suitable for Christmas gifts. The quality and prices offered this season will sell the goods. Yours for a Merry Christmas. Isaac Delleu. Farm tor Sale. I desire to sell my farm, of 220 acres, situated in the town of Mineral Point—miles northeast of the city, and just one mile west of anew sep arator butter factory. The farm is well fenced; has three pastures, with living water in each. Good dwelling house, barn and stables on the prem ises. About 45 acres of good heavy timber. Will be sold at a reasonable price, on easy terms. John Keegan. Found On Friday last a large buckskin mitt. Owner can obtain the same at The Democrat ollice. Lost, A fox terrier—white with tan marks on ears—weight 20 pounds—short tail. Finder will be rewarded on returning to J. J. Penhallegon. Grand Display Of Crockery and Lamps, at Gale’s. Shoes Worth $3 and $3.50 For $2.25 at Richardson’s Bankrupt Sale. Scrub Paint, Wash dishes, clean pots and kettles scrub floors with Amole-ine. 3tf E. W. Eastman was quite badily scorched by an explosion of kerosene, he had used to kindle the fire. His injuries are painful; but not danger ous. NUMBER 18. DO YOU HEAR THEM Squeal ? That is what Oup Com petetors are Doing I They realize that the prices we are making at our Bankrupt Sale are moving more goods than has been moved in the shoe business in Mineral Point ever before. Watch which way the straw blows, and you will hear them holler again before we get through. RICHARDSON’S SHOE STORE. MINERAL POINT MARKETS. Quotation of Prices Paid on Thursday, December 7, 1898. Flour and Grain. Flour—Straight, per cwt 200 ® 2 10 Patent 220® 2 .10 Huckweeat 2 @ 80 Wheat—No. 2 55 No. a 50 Corn, per bushel 55® 45 Oats—White, per bushels 25 Rye. per bushel 55® 40 Barley, per bushel 40® 50 Seeds—Clover, per bushel 5 00® 525 Timothy per bushel 125 ® 150 Horses. Coach Horses 80 00®120 00 Drivers 40 00® 00 00 Blocks -q 00® 00 00 Streeters 40 00® 00 00 Cattle, Sheep, and Hogs. Cattle—Cows and heifers, 200 ® 225 Light steers 300 @ 350 Heavy steers 3 50® 500 Hogs—Live 4 50® 400 Sheep, per cwt 4 50® 500 Butter and Cheese. Butter—Roll, per Tb 20 Good dairy In tubs 18® 21 Cheese, per lb 12® 15 Unrui I‘roduce. ChlCKons—Live, per lb 5® 0 Eggs, per dozen 20 Onions, per bushel 80® 100 Potatoes, per bushel 00® 75 Lard, per lb 15 Tallow—Rough per lb 2 Rendered 33^ Hay, per ton 5 00@0 00 Wood—Dry, per cord 3 50 Green 3 00 Wool and Hides. Wool—Unwashed, per lb .... 13® 15 Fleece washed 18 Hides—Green, per lb ® 214 Dry 0 Sheep pelts 10® • 50 Head and Zinc Ores. Lead ore, per 1,000 lbs 20 00 Drybone (Calamine), per t0n,... 500 ® 1(1 00 Blackjack (Blende), per t0n..., 10 00® 18 00 Salt. Salt, per barrel 1 10 A Large Lino Of Choice Candies, at C. E. Gale’s. Q. P. Soap. A quick process perfect soap. The soap does fully half the work. May be used in any way and for any pur pose that any other Is used, and will be found to excel all in cleansing qualities. Brewer & Peniialleoon. Dr. P. A. Skinner, of Texarkana, Arkansas, is an enthusiast in the praise of Chamberlain’s Tain Balm. He used it for rheumatism, and says: “ I found it to be a most excellent local remedy.” For sale by R. I). Pulford, 9 IBank Books And Leather Goods. See Hanscom’a great stock. The Best Groceries Of all kinds—and fresh—at Gales. J. A. Spratler Will pay the highest price for all kind of Poultry, Butter and eggs. Give him a call. Adam Bresen, Tailor, Mineral Point, Wis., is prepared to make suits, from |25, upwards. He carries a large stock of woolens of the latest patterns. He keeps nothing but good honest goods, and respect fully invites all who wish to purchase clothes to give him a call. An in spection of his goods and a compari son of his work will convince you that his prices are reasonable. His aim is to give satisfaction. If you want a well fitting suit of clothes, made from the very best materials give me a trial. All business done on a strictly cash basis. Respectfully, Adam Dresen. Rooms in Graber’s block, over A. F. Bishop’s furniture store. It Should Be in Every House. J. B. Wilson, 371 Clay St., Sharps burg. Pa., says he will not be withont Dr. King’s New Discovery for Con sumption, Coughs and Colds, that it cured his wife who was threatened with Pneumonia after aa attack of * La Grippe,** when various other rem edies and several physicians had done her no good. Robert Barber, of Cooks port, Pa., claims Dr. King’s New Dis covery has done him more good than anything he has ever used for Lung Trouble. Nothing like it. Try It. Free trial bottles at W. H. Prideaux’s Drug Store. Large bottles 50c. and 11.00 $1.50 per Annum