Portage Daily Register from Portage, Wisconsin on January 8, 1892 · 3
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Portage Daily Register from Portage, Wisconsin · 3

Portage, Wisconsin
Issue Date:
Friday, January 8, 1892
Start Free Trial

1 pnily Regjistet jay Evening Jan 8 1892 KEWS BR1EFLETS s ypCouocliie of jSoott was in jcl li0 nr Hckwood is spending the day tt uk eu friends nn Griffin of Steverte Point was "rtj'f usnor to day j 1' Mary Egan is visiting Miss for a few ditjs Pratt a prominept merchant Dekorra Jan 7 — Misses Sabra and Belle Robertson daughters of Mr and Mrs James Robertson returned home on Friday last from Nebraska where they have been for about two years Thomas Arnott who has been confined to bed with the grip for four weeks is improving slowlv M i( in the city esterday ily of Kings- jl ui: (I Humphrey and fan it the Kinder House yesterday fin Pud) torians will gjlve a supper nu) r tt h ill Jan- ! one week from :tit S M- H( nrv has gone to Duluth U( w t- tailed by business He -i m mi a f‘W da s llolledon is enjoying a six n from her duties as trim- int rv establishment of her 1! rl i of Barabfo who has ilh relatives city to-day a t ’ii 1 juiuhtr of the young bien of this d n ii Jrrangementf for an in Jan 20 and lU : -i the way of miusic Smith’s 11 'V I 1 l( -Mra who neejd no recom- i- (in honor visited Poftage before 1ii t It ( tr fare) liirhtfB failed to J ijit lot evtmng betwefcn 9 and 10 h j ist tv hen things in v w rt quilt’ interesting tlin t w long with the will be nr order for duty this even- ‘()n Christ- the curling It is' said arc dynamo Kilbmirn Mirror-Gazette hw the u-ual happy tipie was ex-mni at tlie German Evangelical -li mi an interesting ijrogram was Ltoi' the merit of vvhiqh was good "ome talented musicians of z‘ lx long to that School The r U’ -1 Sclmeller bf Portage 'on i h uiiKomi’ present ’ -il ! I St hwartzrneyjcr of Custer ti (Hinitv was in this city yesterday ‘‘in IPs home after a tew days' ’ tt Kingston and Buffalo two i minions oer which he "at ii' had charge Father Schwartz- r 11 m i) friends in ill's city hav-b n rector of the German Catholic on ui this t itv a few ears ago -Mi ( h is E L B Davs of the U Emrmur Dept sinerg 186 in n ut the government rivr and bar-’ ntnwv iih nts in iseonfin has been red 1 1 om Milwaukee Ho Washing- 4 1 In ie he w ill have charge of the nmii nt of tin l’otomac Hats among ’ liens Maj Davis is succeeded li'J I mu F Grt gory - ’ ‘ 4 H - K caning Mrs Lercy Shackley 'h- Fnd Bashford gave a delightful i nut from 7 90 till 9 o'clock after 'lie party gathered at' Mrs Shack-' Il‘ nt) o ster supper was awaiting bic ladies pn sent were Ales--v'Uit Fiaser Carrie Joy James ir‘ ' ’on Race Iiobt Thomson Lv-1 Arrington Frank Wiikie W T " 't R Perkins Osctr Cunning-“ ( 0 Munson A very enjoyable v r pm li d ? Transferring Lunatics T jj 11 o-hhosh Aortliwesterb of yester Hl-' “Alan Rogue and Q Adams “out tne Columbia county insane lr' at the Tremontjj They ar- Ustrrd iy ami are 01$ important u iheently a large rldition was ‘tul lu the institution hey repre-iai tin state board of jjcontrol has 1 bi number of patients! transferred "'m 111 ‘hern hospital to tlie new in-'"n 1 he number includes twenty ie puiTnts four fron Marquette ' !o ir from Portage anjd six from The transfer wa$madc today oj the gentlemen® mentioned n "imnodation to tpe Chicago !yct St Paul railwajr the Wis Vui!l H ran a specif coach to h ui hospital and Ibrought it I ft "pon the til traih It was -cisq ried to the St Paul and sent ' Be- hiution hy wav of Portage H t h v Ior‘ inmates it contained only Miusues and their assitants The 5 trinvR rrtHj are jinowl as jncur iL't the reason given for the transfer thi t 0 - g s -'"rthern hospital liecds room ‘"himiybe favoraly treated lK tu my more are sooii to be taken U G- r iiMumions Thenew Dunn will be completed early in j‘rl ‘“lMimewill be tken there !i institutions receive per ‘ r Cung for them whle the addi-Dusc of so doing is Jyery small 'lerUH)U contained many 'ur'Nilh innumerable flight H-V vere given ample room r closely watched” -C Weather Predictions l' 't EATHER BtfltEAU 1 MlIWAiTlgEE V IS V January 8 8 o’etoek a m j f 'Jir or lours: CgM-i - “ f nrisk northwest winds On J4inrv colder The Wisconsin river froze over 5 at this place on Sunday night for the third time this winter i Miss Mary R Oobie and Miss Katie Marshall returned from Juneau Dodge county on Monday afternoon People taking the train at Hartman station would appreciate some kind of shelter while waiting for trains that come all the way from ten minutes to two hours lhte especially in such weather as we have had this winter Would it not be ff)r the interest of the St Paul company to erect a small building there and have the pbstoffice in the building instead of paying a man to carry the mail 20 rods? Mr Eli Grey is mail carrier between Dekorra and months Miss Mary Stevenson of Arlington is visiting her aunt Mrs McKenzie this Meek I Wm Irons and wife transacted business in Portage on Tuesday last The young folks in this vicinity! had a pleasant suprise party at Mr Summerson’s Tuesday night Marcellon Mrs M E Griffin is improving that Grandma It will be re-and broke her Jan 7 slowly We are sorry to state Merrill is failing slowly membered that she fell limb last March D S Heath is hauling stone to Pardee-ville where he will erect a residence in the spring Mr Heath formerly resided on a farm northeast of Marcellon Geo Whittingham is so far recovered as to be about the house There will be no more Sunday school’at Marcellon until the first of April Frank Knapp died Saturday night The funeral was held in Marcellon M E church Monday He leaves a family of four children three boys and a girl Lewiston Jan 7 — Miss Sarah Seivert deparetd for Janesville Monday 1 A P Lewis of Lewiston and Lena Simmons of Amherst were married on Christmas Mr and Mis Ileiser left for Michigan Monday Mrs Williams left for her home iu Missouri Tuesday morning Montie Moore teaching at Arlington and Vet Cushman spent Sunday here Following are the names of the pupils of district No 2 Miss Utley teacher who Have not been absent during the month of December: Lester and May Colburn Oscar ami Beeca Tenuison Anna Torkelson Edna and Lyda Dorr Ethel and Jessie Utter Wyocena Jan 7— William Lafler has moved to Grand Bapids Wm B Allen returned home to Liberty Bluff last Saturday Mrs Geo Muggleton is afflicted with the pleurisy' Geo Purvis’ family are all on the gain Mrs D C Gilson is suffering with rheumatism John Bull and wife of Cleveland Ohio are here called by the sickness of his father Alanson A Bull -All of the family of Charles Ellis -with one exception are reported sick Died this morning at her late residence three miles northeast of Wyocena Mrs Wm Alexander She leaves five children to mourn Her loss Funeral at Congrega lional church Friday at 11 a m Lowville Jan 7— Miss May me Farrell reopened her school at Leeds Center Monday The watch meeting at Mr Scovell’s New Year’s eve was a largely attended enjoyable affair Refreshments were served by the hostess at midnight and the new year was saluted with the cheerful tones of a large dinner hell A number of the friends of Mr and Mrs Joseph Edmister surprised the worthy couple Christmas night and celebrated their 20th wedding anniversary in a manner most jovial A chiDa tea set presented to Mr and Mrs Edmister serves as a Pardecvillc Jan 6— ?dr Moon is on the sick list this week 1 r I George Heath came back from Chicago Friday Mrs Chandler has been ill with the grip Mr and Mrs Dell Reilly returned home Tuesday II V Falconer was the guest of his mother Friday Frank Knapp died quite suddenly Sunday morning leaving four orphan children Andrew Fish came home last week Charlie Stone and wife went to their new home at the county house Monday fitting memento of the occasion Levee s Jan 7 — Herman Zeller and his twin sisters Misses Lizzie and Mary have arrived home after a two years’ absence Herman Siewert ana his sister Mary from Arlington were visiting in town this week Winn Smith starts this week woods The donation appointed for last Thurs- for the day was postponed on account weather Oscar Smith was quite seriously ill last week Stanley Ashley is home for the days Reuben Kohler has been very sick with the grip and Airs Kohler is also on the sick list Misses Ruth Cole and Genie Mathew-son spent several days with friends in Portage recently Mis3 Wells of Portage was the guest of Miss Jessie Woodard last week Miss Blanch Milligan returned home in Sparta Monday Curtis Allen took possession of market Monday Miss Jessie Woodard went school at Endeavor Monday There’s a new baby girl at Crooker’s born the 29 Mr and Mrs Wilt Wing are the happy possessors of a baby born about the middle of last month The gathering at Charlie Allen’s Christmas day was a notable one beciuse the people assembled were all of the same blood There were 40 piesent and a half dozen or more were detained at home by sickness Among the victims of grip and pneumonia one hears mentioned to-day jire three of the Knapp children Varo Griffin Nona Richmond xMrs Tasker Riley Richmond Judy Mell Homer Cobb Charlie I Kohler Miss Peterson Mrs Major Woodard and George Kincaid Messrs Wm 1 Spicer Wesley Johnson and II Parmlee are suffering with neuralgia Mist Lizzie Voelz has gone honle for an indefinite stay “Isn’t she Beautiful!” Occasionally one hears this expression as a lady with a strikingly lovely complexion passes along the street Certainly! she uses the Famous Blush of Boses manufactured by Miss Flora A Jones South Bend Ind Supplied by E S Purdy Price 75 cents per bottle 5 Wanted Girl to do general house work ' 5l at Mrs C M Bard’s Episcopal church Inquire one door west of January Dress Goods Sale at BREESE LOOMIS & CO’S Lodi Jan 6— Death came with the new year to jhe family of Mr Geo T Simons of the Briggs House taking to his dread keeping the beloved wife and mother Mrs C M Simons She had been ill about two months nevertheless the end came suddenly in the first hour of 1892 Mrs Simon was greatly esteemed in this community and her demise will be much felt and deeply deplored She was a most devoted wife and mother to the husband and three grown children who survive her and a faithful Christian friend and neighbor She had lived jin this village since her marriage in 1853 II W Simons and wife came up from Evansville in response to a telegram announcing the death of their mother and remained several davs Mr Geo Simons of Reedsburg came to attend the funeral Miss Nellie Vandeusen of’ Madison paid a short visit recently to her brother Air A Vandeusen and faijnily of Lodi School opened last Alonday for thewin-terterm of twelve weeks II E Andrews made a visit to Dodge-ville last week on business remaining there several days Air Seaman Peterson of Janesville who has been in Lodi on a visit) of two weeks’ duration returned home last Saturday Mrs Jorden who suffered a stroke of paralysis (her third one) on the 29th is still in a very precarious condition A delegation of young men from the Y AI C A of the University of Wisconsin held meetings on Saturday evening and during Sunday in the different churches of the place Rev II IU Fairall D D editor of The Iowa Alethodist says editorially: “We ha ve tested the 1 merits of Ely’s Cream Balm and believe that I by a thorough course of treatment it will cure almost every case of catarrh Alinisters as a class are afflicted with head and throat troubles and catarrh seems more prevalent than ever We cannot recommend Ely’s Cream Balm too highly” I used Ely’s Cream Balm for drv catarrh It proved a cure— B F Al Weeks Denver - “ Winter Excursions to Warmer Climes Excursion Tickets to Alexicol California Georgia North Carolina Florida the Gulf Coast Texas Hot Springs of Arkansas and Excelsior Springs of Alissonri are now on sale by Agents of the Chicago Aliiwaukee & St Paul Railway Apply for rates and other information to the nearest Agent or address Geo II Heafford General Passenger Agent Chicago Illinois I Caledonia -Air: Joseph Johnson of Iowa is Jan 7- bere visiting some of his old acquaintances Airs William Ramsay who has sick for some time is now better Robert S Lockhart who I has been been teaching at Rio spent Christmas and New'Year’s at home Mrs John Shanks who has been sick for about two weeks is getting better Air John Marshall of Battle Iowa is visiting with his uucies and R S Alarshall ! Edward B Shanks was home and spent New Year’s He returned to Cambria Alonday morning where he is teaching school John AIcLeish came home from sota last week John went to Alinueapolis last spring to work but he things there is no place like home George Staudenmayer is - just finishing a fine new barn N ewport Jan 7— jJ R Hill of Red Wing T Aliun is visiting at Airs P Anderson Charlie Olson made a business Otsego this week Quite a number of young fo sembled at the home of Airs Ryan Thurs day e veiling to he present at the wedding of Aliss Nellie B Ryan ami Air Olson A very pleasant time w and many valuable presents received Aliss Emma Peterson is home from Kil bourn where she has been at work for some time ’ Otsego Jan 7 — Aliss Abhie Thurston cago made a short visit among neighbors -1 i I Air and Airs Welcome Aloore from their trip to Oconomowoc last week r I Air Aloore attended the reunion of a family of ten children all of whom were present but one All are married Air Aloore is the oldest I Airs Ida Gary and children or Dunn county weie visiting her sister Airs E Alaxtield also Airs John Curtis a!hd son of Pardecvillc Airs Curtis is Another sister Joseph Goodman died at his home in the town of Columbus Saturday Dec iiO Fall River Jan 7— Alarried at the 1 ome of the groom Airs Alary Buck and Air Geo P Stanton on Dee 23 Rev G w Pratt officiating ' I 1 Alarried on Dec 29 at 11 o’clock a m at the home of the bride's parents town of Springvale Aliss Laura II Air Frank Aldrich of this place On Dec 23 Aliss Nellie Palmer and Air Victor Brossard of this in the ill ami of Rio place were married also Aliss Herell and Air Peck of Doylestown Air Denver Babcock of St Paul is calling on relatives and old time friends t week Airs Geo Field is reported as better Clarence Bradlev is very ill On Thursday at the home of the parents Iley G W Pratt united in matrimony Aliss Bertha Loomis and Air! A E Kirk both of this place Air J S Babcock has sold a car of oats to his brother-in-law in Alichigan Randolph Jan 7 — A W Beals ha3 sold hi interest in the meat market to his partner A L Gilmore and his dwelling tq John Lloyd Al rJ Beals and family wilt move to Alinneapolis iu about two weeks i Alilton Jones of Racine was an over Sunday visitor with Dr Jones and family Id is Air and Airs Sam Segcrson and of Rio spent a few days of the past week with Randolph friends Airs Owen Owens of Alinneapolis visiting friends in this vicinity I 1 J 1 Airs Alary Dickson of Waupun was the guest of Mrs R D Evans on Thursday John D Jones and wife of M’inona Alinn called on friends here Saturday AlissesjLizzie and Sallie Jones 0 Cambria called on friends here Alonday W II Hughes was an over Sunday visitor at Aliiwaukee Aliss Eliza Reese was down from bria this week for a few days’ visit Wm Davis of Grand Rapids Wis has been visiting relatives here the past two weeks Dance at Bradley's hall on Friday night Jan 15 All cordially invited to attend Dick O’Connor of Portage sold a car- load of oil and bought a carload of emp barrels here in less than an hour1 on Aloti-dav A great hustler that fellow ! Linen Sale opened Monday January 4th for two weeks at Breese Loomis £c Co’s For Teachers’ Bibles Albums Toilet Cases Lap Tablets etc go to Edwards’ Drug Store j Mdntello Jan 7 — John Campion of Alinnesota js visiting his parents and friends in this village ! Air and Airs John Devs returned from a wedding trip to Chicago t Joliet arid other places j Saturday I Cards were received this week announcing the marriage of Aliss Alary Gjj Boyd and Air J II AlcKoane Dec 23d at Rowdle S- D Alary was a former resi dent of this village and all wish her a happy and prosperous life Frank Clark and Frank AIcLIugh of Stevens Poin were guests of friends here through the holidays Airs Ford died at the home of her son Tom north of this village on Saturday last and was buried from the Catholic churgh on Alonday Her sous Pat MMER SCENE “A Coldness Between Them” The Table Cloth undoubtedly was bought at one of our January Linen Sales BREESE LOOMIS & CO nev and Mike Ford of Ami ret Alinn arrived one day too late to attend the fiinenil Airs Bert Horton returned to" her home in Berlin Monday She was accompanied ( by her sister Leba Preston Gardo who will visit there Byron Clark returned to the Point Alonday j Rev Steinbregker lias temperance society in this v I Frank Campion went to Alonday last Alary Bissell c Alonday morning’ Rey Burgemeyer of Kingston was in lay to see j Air” AIcDon-nell who is seriously ill kcr went to Jopartnieii Prices for January 1892 Rey Steinbrec on Alonday The term of eifeuit Tuesday was v cry court short operr-d here! T a itWd!SomcJac Wednesday forenoon The principal case state of Wi was continued to being still held u j A number of c reported ' Air and Airs lived from Alont at her parents in seonsin s 1 I)r Russell the doctor next term ider i3(00 bonds isos of starlet fever G L 1 H'lier V Packwaukee reach hitve ar- and are guests Aliss Aggie Alitchell of (Chicago was visiting her brothers in this village Lane's Family Idedicine Moves Bowels Each day Alost people need to use it CHILLY ISN’T IT? LET THE PORTAGE DAILY REC ISTER WARM UP YOUR 1892 BUSINESS WITH AN ADVERTISING CONTRACT IJ WILL PAY centL Good butter at Kutzke’s El Maja’s 3 a- pound at sight at J CL Britt’ 4 25 cents are but of Plenty of buttijr at 17 first-class at F W Kutzke’s' s cents a pound Some$i4 Newmarkets high sleeve - roijgh goods good styles prices to close 1 $750 and $25 Newmarkets w ith sleeves Price now ’ $5 to $10 sh Sacques high sleeves $875 fircciL Bay Some PItlsh Jackets $500 kets ranging in price froro 50 to $500 low sleevey good for every day year’ Price now $100 34 to 38 including some Misses’ sizes and $7 Jackets in ’Cork-w Worsted all size 36 sleeve to close at 1 $200 Some $4 and $5 Jersey Jackets high sleeve all sizes good style little 100 light weight will close at $250 all cloaks reduced Shawls at sale prices ' BREESE LOOMIS & CO Coughing Leads to Consumption Kemp’s Balsam will stop the cough at once Catholic Pijayer Books a'-tine assortment at Edwards’ Drug Store Gilt edged butter at 17 at Kutzke’s Call for the St Julian 5 cent s Cigar at J C Smoke El straights cents a pound Britt’ Monopole 10 cent I BRITT J C SALE £$250 Feather 150 500 Mufflon Fur Trimrriing 250 150 150 Lynx 150 Bear Good Trimmers for Broadcloth I I Broadcloths T $1-50 - 95 - 3i3 185 -95 95 95 Full DRAP DE DAMES ' t -C Line of Spring Shades at Sale Prices Drunkenness j The opiutr and chloral habits cured In three weeks at The Keeley Institute Lancaster Wi This institute has Dr Keeley s personal endorsement and uses medicines furnished directly from his laboratory - Our success equals his For further information address Du A II Batiber Alauagcr A good well and h Farm for Sale aim for sale with good barnat :u§e and a goodorchard For particulars inquire of AIr John Harring ton West Emmet street Smoke St Julian the best 5 cent sm Dke in the city 1 J C BRITT ay Fellows — don’t forget M4ry Ann — A choice line of the finest Perfumery in fancy packages expressly for the holiday trade also Bulk Perfumes in great variety at Edwards’ Drug Store Popular Songs Thec arje a few of the popular songs Marjruerire Kvaniretino Thou Art an Vareck Grenat Prune Aubergine Blondine Navy Lemane Mordore Antelope colors: Cazardores Suede Sylphe Tisane 1 1 Aeraunaute ivoire Arzile Nickek Alisiere Orge More things we could say about Dress Goods I ’ 1 p - Breese Loomis & Co hy C A White and published by the While-Smith Alusic Pub Co 5 and B Washington street Chicago n m - Angel My Marguenteot Long Ago Madeline Alany others equally fine are to he had at reasonable rates Send for catalogue the perfect roeasurqme Aliss Fovder is now prepared to teach tailoring system of actual inch nt employing only rule or tape line Including latest novelties eeana-less waists dartless front bias dart work dart etc Tor terms and particulars ib-quiri? at residence on West Cook street Aliss Anna Fowler Smoke El Monopole the best lo cent Cfigar in town J C BRITT ft I THE POSITIVE CURE ELY BROTHERS M Warren St Few York Prica&OcU i i f L P 1 I ' I 4 I ’ t I I ’ t I J i $ t ' f i 1 I

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 19,500+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free