Portage Daily Register from Portage, Wisconsin on March 3, 1886 · 3
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Portage Daily Register from Portage, Wisconsin · 3

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w & X y i f - ' r Y ish- n s! is e?- 00 00 00 'jWedi Wednesday Evening March 3 1886 OFFICIAL DIRECTORY cou nty ofIficers ronnty Judge LW Barden khpna G Williams roantJ Clerk -Wm B Smith rocoty Treasurer Cha A Colonin if fiHstcr of Beeoa Z J D Swift tyferk or the Court J H Wells ’wstrict Attorney Thos Armstrong Jr County Superintendent S0 RM?AlleS Coroncr CITY OFFICERS Mayor i - -P L S&nbora City Clerk James Dullaehan Treasurer JCharles Mohr Ti tv M irshftl fl W Hiiae brsnd lessor John Ginder "school Superintendent W S Stroud “ - W G Banker 8 B Lin scott E S Baker Justice j r - COMMON COUNCIL i Frank Kelm J?t Louis Schultz t L D Comstock 2d Bard E 8 Purdy 3d tVard j ! Z R 4th Ward! I Vacant A Sprecher J M Russell C F Mohr i E Krause 5th Ward ’ Robt zinke Regular Council Meeting first Monday of every month at Council-room on Wisconsin street FIRE DEPARTMENT Chief E 8- Fnrdy Assistant Chief J Miller Secretary V E Brewer Treasurer A Klenert 4 j A Kiefer Fire vVardcps Frank Kelm f Fire Department meets third Monday of March annually SILSBY STEAMER CO No 3 Foreu an -V E Brewer First Assistant H W Hildebrand Second Assistant V-?' £’ Treasurer' A J Kastman Secretary S' AIor“n Engineer of Steamer K 8 Brown I Meeting first Monday of each moptb atEngine House corner Pleasant and Clark streets HOOK AND LADDER CO No 1 President - Louis Prehn Vice President Henry Epstein Secretary “A -Treasurer - Foreman R First Assistant Bwrtcl Second Assistant -W H Ru-hm Meeting?first Tuesday of every month £OST-OFFICE DIRECTORY PEMSG AND CLOSING OP THE VAIU - Mails Going East Close at 6:00 a m “ 10:45 a m 9:00 p mi - Mail Going North j Mail Going Sonth Closes at 9:00 p m t Closes at 6:00 a m MAIL ARRIVES From East at 7:00 a m I From West at 7:00 a m 8:10 a ml “ North at 7:00 a m U M M 7:20 pm “ South at 7:20 p m From Uoricon and points on the H & P Division at 7:2i p m - Stage from Portage to Friendship via Lewiston Briggs ville Davis Corners and PigSpring arrives Monday Wednesdays and Fridays in the evening and departs at 7:00 a m on Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays 'J Mail to and from Alloa Wednesdays and Satur- lTo and from Pacific Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays: Foreign and domestic Money Order Office Office hours 7 a m to 8 p m On Sundays from 11 :45 a m to 12:45 p m 645 to 7:30 p m Access to lock boxes lrom 9 a m to 12:45 p m J E JONES Postmaster Malls Going West I Close at 7:45 a m CHURCH DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH east Cook street corner Adams Rev I V W Schenck pastor Service every Sunday morning at 10 :30 evening at 7 Sunday School at 12 m- Young Peoples meeting 'every Monday evening at 7:30 Prayer meeting and lecture every Thursday evening at L30 Pastor’s residence Pleasant street south side between Adams and DeWitt streets ST JOHN’SEPISCOPAL CHURCH on Pleasant Street Rev C T Susan rector Services 10:30 a m and 7 r Sunday School at 12 m Regular Friday evening service at 7 :30 METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH on Howard street Rev W J McKay pastor Services each Sunday at 10:30 a m 7 F m : Sunday School at 12 Mt Thursday prayer meeting at 7:30 p m Teachers’ meeting Monday eventng of each week ST MARY’S CHURCH west Father Geo W Brady paster and 10:30 a m : Sunday School at pers and Benediction at 7 r Cook street Services 8:30 2 p m Ves I7REE METHODIST CHURCH on Pleasant ’ street Rev F E Doubleday pastor Service at 10:s0 a it Prayer meeting Tuesday and Frl day eenings at 7 :30 o'clock CIVIC SOCIETIES 170 RT WINNEBAGO LODGE No 33 F & A I1 M Communications first and third Saturday evenings la each month James Fyfe W M P J B&rkm&n Sec — I70UT WINNEBAGO CHAPTER No 14 R T 4 M Regular Convocation second and fourth Monday evenings of each month at Masonic Hall E S Baker II P W H C Abell Sec I70RT WINNEBAGO COMMANDERY K T A No 4 Stated Conclave first Thursday evening of each month D A Uillyer Commander W II C Abell Recorder iORT WINNMBAGO COUNCIL of Royal and Select Masters No 17 H 8 Goss Thrice 111 M aster W H C Abell Recorder Regular Assembly first Monday of each month AVAL ON A LODGE No 132 1 O O F W 8 Stroud N G A M Cobb R S Meets eery Wednesday evening ’ ’ PpRTAGE CITY LODGE 1 O O F- No 61 meets Monday evenings in lliertel's Block corner of Cook and Clark streets Alois Krisch S U G Schumacher R 8 I O F F L Sanborn C P W G Bunker Scr'be Meets first and third Fridays of each month in Phcenix Block SILVER LAKE LODGE A O U- W Meet second and fourth Friday No 19 evenings In R 8 Brown etch month Hectrder J E Wfclls M W Rousseau post No il g a r every Thursday evening at 41 A R Hall on Wisconsin street at 7:30 o’clock-Commander Geo W Haight Sec WOMAN’S RELIEF CORPS No 9 auxiliary to Rousseau Post President Mrs T Little 8ecretary Miss Emma Goodrich Meets every Wednesday exening at O A R Hall J E MARSH M D PhyaMan and Ifiurgron i Office over Purdy’s Drug Stdre Residence opposite M E Church PORTAGE - - WISCONSIN meets 11 on C C Dow Wm BARD '& CO JEWELERS t Corner Cook and Wisconsin Streets PORTAtJE WIS J G Mobrison G W Morrison MORRISON BROS: GROCERS I - J ’ Mann’s Wonderful Catarrh Bemedy AND LISTON'S EXT OF BEEF always on band -PORTAGE - - WIS CITY IN BRIEF —Why —They say — It is thrive —And it Is thrice — For the Daily Register — We are pleased with the adventure — But those subscriptions how fast they are coining in just as we are trying to I j C j — E S Purdy is in La Crosse on busi-j ness j —Thos Drew Sr who has been ill lately is on the mend — Mrs II B WhitteQjore’s daughter Annie is among the sick ones — Mrs Ph Goodman returned from11 Chicago Monday evening — There will be a special term "of the County Court held on the 16th — E J Hughes of Markesan proprietor of the Advertiser is in the city bn business V I is being hauled onto the the 1 extension of 8t Mary’s — Lumber grounds for Church — Mrs Dr John Ewing of Lewiston is the guest of her daughter Mrs C F Hyde this week THE Mrs Ormsby of the Third ward" has been sick since Friday with inflammatory rheumatism x — Two prisoners fr6m LaCrosse passed through the city this morning on their way to Waupun ’ f — The German Exchange Bank reports the sale of prepaid emigrant passage tickets as on the increase — Bard say if a man owes him he wants every cent If you want to know more about this then go ask him — P S — We would like to know who that fellow wasthat entertained Supt Stroud in his office so late last night —If you want to get the reporter iutG serious trouble just go and ask A A Mitchell fhout that little “matter” again — The officers and members of St J ohn’s Aid Society are requested to meet at the Rectory for business promptly at halfpast six to-morrow evening —Another carrier boy was added to the force last night “kase” of the many new subscribers that have beenadded to How is that for high? Minnie Fyfe teacher in L the the second intermediate department of the Fourth Ward school is quite sicitand Miss Clella Neef is teaching iq her place been in the employ of Alex Carnagie for —On account of an error in making Up J several years past left - this morning on our forms yesterday a portion of the illus- j the 11 :y0 train for Beatrice Neb vi& trated article on Sam’l J Tilden was omitted so we republish it giving the omitted portion — The polo game Thursday evening of this week will only require 45 minutes and the floor will then be open for skaters Music by Juvenile Band Use of surface 15 cents — Cards are out for the wedding of Miss Belle Bullard and Mr E E Lyman on Tuesday March 9th at the residence bf the bride’s mother Mrs’ A 31 Craig of the second ward i — The regular monthly reception at the Rectory of St John’s Church will be to-m Arrow from seven till ten p m A cordial invitation is extended to all members and friends of the church — 3Ir John Brennan who came home last week from Colorado to attend the funeral of his brother Peter is in the town of Scott to-day negotaitiug with 3Ir Robt 3IcConochie for the purchase of a farm — John Graham says if that reporter writes him up in connection with any more midnight “kickers” he will get “hornswagled” or something else as all the night watchmen hate been to see him The quarterly subscriptions to tbe Daily that have been paid in advance since yesterday show conclusively that Ihe people of this city are satisfied that an acceptable daily paper can be published in Portage — 3Irs J T Lanton of North Freedom passed through this city to-day She was returning home from a visit amon£ friends at Hardeeville 3Ir Lanton is a leading merchants in that place The parties are known here — In our prospectus published on the second page an error was unnoticed that made the quarterly subscription to the Daily $100 while the yearly rate was $500 It should have read as it does now $125 per quarter — Supt Stroud stated to your reporter lastieveoing that the city schools are in a very thriving condition except the aver age attendance being greatly cut down on account of sickness to aa extent that was never known before J — “ The Veteran of 1812' or Kesiah and the Scout” aromantfc and highly exciting military drama iu five acts will be given in the Opera House on Tuesday evening Biarch 9th under the auspices of the Guppy Guard ‘ Tickets 25 and 35 cents — Dr Bentley of Blauston is in the city looking it ovefyvith a view to locating in his professiooJ He comes highly recom - mended It seems as though everybody wanted to live where they they have a daily paper Odr city is on the “boom” — J U Ilastie Esq of Dekorra was in the city to-day and when he called aC the Register office to pay for his weekly Mid--If only we bed daily should have your Daily take the place of “ That’s the way they the weekly at once” all feel about it — Chas Waldo ex-P M of Briggsvile I isn the city looking it over — Wauona Lodge I O O F hole s its regular meeting this evening r j — Jos Bryan’s son Harry aged about four years is sick with a fever — The W R C meets to-night at the G A R Hallon Wisconsin street —We are sorry to note that Mr I A Ridgway is reported worse to-day — Mrs J HRogers is reported as very much better this morning and I we are glad to hear it — CJD Strong ttas called to Milwaukee to-day by the Union Publishing Company for which heisGen Agent — S B Lewis is draWing lumber to-day for the erection of a neW barn at his residence known as the McGregor place — C R1 Gallett returnedlp Prentice thi morning He of course saw the first copies of the new daily and returns con tent J I —Henry Emder’s condition this morn ing showed some signs of improvment for the better and we are very glad to note the fact — Street Commissioner Goodrich’s wife was taken sick yesterday her case a threatening of congestion of the lungs Dr Gorton was called t u — Mr B Miller and wife managers of County Poor House at Wyocena went to Madison to-day to attend the Conference of Charities and corrections — When he ladies come in and plank down the “cash” for the Daily Register “three months ” in advance — is it not a fact that it is a welcome visitor? 1 — Eulberg Bros received yesterday one car of white oak staves over the Central line from Mshfield This is the second shipment of the kind to them —Miss Dell Drew-organized a Red White and Blue party to-day and took a large sleigh load of her friends down to Mr Win Cuff's in Lowville for a visit and supper — A neat new register was placed in the Emder House this morning— the old one is no more J D Pluck of Chicago was the last to sign and P Foley ofVMilwau-kee was the first to appear aon the new one ! j — Mrs Furguson on Adams stree wap taken suddenly ill with severe symptpmjs of spinal meningitis Dr Marsh as summoned and rendered almost immediate relief and this morning her condj tion is beyond danger I — Harry Brodie a carpenter who has Chicago and St Louis where he intends to remain ifhe meets with proper encouragement in his trade — At the Crescent Club meeting last night those who did not win were consoled with little packages of candy but Jack Turner made so much trouble abdut it that he had to have a package as well as his prize His opinion about candy “unsight and unseen” would be valuable information just now — Dr Wm 3Ieacher was called to Milwaukee this morning to give expert surgical testimony for the defense in the case of Carl Thiele who is charged with killing his wife last August in the town of Main about six miles from Wausau The case comes up in the 3Iilwaukee Circuit Court on a change of venue — The people said on 3Ionday morning! — “ You can’t make a Daily that will do at all” In the evening they saw their mistake Tuesday morning they said — “ You can’t get out another as good” In the evening they said — “By Jove! It is better than the first” This morning they began paying in advance and said — “ all right We’re with you” —We had to put on an extra carrier night just at the last moment and in the hurry of dividing up assigning and making a new route there were some trips by which a few subscribers missed getting their papers We trust our patrons ’jvill bear a little inconvenience patiently knowing that we are more anxious to get papers to them than they are to get them — The Crescent Club met last night at the residence of 3Irs A C Flinders land was largely attended The winners of the prizes were 3Irs J B Taylor and Hon A J Turner The next meeting will be with 31 rs La Rowe on corner of Clark and Pleasant streets The meeting waS en livened by the presence of Blr Brown and daughter of Evanston 111 and Blessrs E II Stone of Chicago George Shears of Blilwaukee — “Well I’ll be hanged if I don’t like to stay in La Crosse and be where the gas - jjgjjj Sj until Portage turns it on and would if it wasn’t for that new Daily Register that has just started down there in my town It is so chock full of local news that I must get home at once so I can see every copy” These are supposed to while sojourning ond city to-day — Through a ve: E S Purdy’s musings I temporarily in the sec- careless mistake i we announced in yesterday’s tissue that the match game of polo would take place 1 last night instead of Thursday the 4th inst — We understand that the game last night was only for practice andi that tomorrow evening will witness the first struggle for tbe championship The Juvenile Band will furnish music from 8 to 10 o’clock and as the game will probably he I not require a great deal of time there will 1 1 gYw°“e‘lSunih2S! Eyeryone should see this exciting contest the first regular match game of polo ever played in the city I They Say It is much better than I anticipated t it could be- I want It by iall means — C G Britt j I’ll be “hanged” if you( Ain't getting there in good shape “ Whoop’er up-” — S L Plumb i v ' ’ 7 'J I am “red-hot” for it and want the whole of it It’s the “ boss ” daily— Thos" Armstrong Jr j I like it because it is so brim full of fiscal news Keep on in the good work — Wm B Smith 1 1 i I ii I can endorse i what Turner said it is ceitainly a “luxqry I want all of it — Rev J W McKay It is a very pretty newsy little sheet- I am surprised it )is so much better than I expected — Ph Goodman r I r i It is a beautiful and newsy local sheet I am proud of it 'I shall send several copies away to my friends — J J Guppey I can 'hardly wait for the hour to arrive for its delivery j It is a most newsy paper My wife says its a welcome visitor— C A Colonius J I had no idea of seeing such a good local paper People jremarked in my store if that was the style of paper we were going to have they wanted it themselves— Geo Morrison I 1 That local page is astonishing it beats Auy paper 1 know of in the State in a place of similar ‘size and it 'even excels thedailies of my own city — J W-Vanee M U Madison J “Gevfi it taker I am all broke up wait ing for a chanceto read that Daily Reg istek it is all news I want a copy from this on delivered! to me personally — Wm F Kelly Clerk Corning House j t 1 Runaway 1 ’ Yesterday afternoon at about 4 o’clock while Will Kimball of the firm of Kim ball Bros of Briggsville was at the St Paul freight depo£ after a load of merchandise his team Wok fright at the “gestures ” of the switch engine on regular duty and skipped out tit a great rate The driver held the reins ind attempted t6 bring the horses to a stop but in vain After circulating around somewhat the wagop was overturned the Wle reach and a spoke broken! and Mr Kimball thrown out and dragged some rods With the asi sistaqce of the bystanders the rrighteneti animals were secured and quieted We are happy to say that Mr Kitnhall received no serious injury but he Tiad a very very narrpw escape Curling on the “ Canawl” 7 vYsterday and day before there wasa good deal of' curling on the canal th chief interest centering in the anxiety of E IlXStone of Chicago to win a game-lie failed on 3Ionday and again Tuesday forenoon but in the afternoon he got away with JabbAVells in a hoty-contested game by a margin of four points on eighteen heads Th( report is that Jabe was inconsolable and tlat Stone became lighter than a feather at first but afterwards collapsed and was last seen leaning up against the canal embankment holding both his sides and groaning because laughing This forenoon another game was made up and a deal of fun Was evolved The following are the players and the score: R B Wentworth skip A J ‘‘Turner skip J E Wells W 8 Stroud II 8 Goss C C Dow C A Colonius 14 J Paterson 13 This was one of the closest games of the season many heads resulting iu a tie If it happens to be the last of the season as wen as one of the closest Turner will go into deep mourning and Wentworth will take a holiday and get up a private cele- bration 1 HOTEL ARRIVALS FOX HOUSE 1 John Brennen 3Iadison Da L Jones Ed Fischer Fred B Earlon 0 31alley 3Iilwaukee E II Stone T8 Litt J A Herecb C! J fcruz Chicag Geo P Shears Louisville K F 31 Thompson Westfield S 31 Guntz 310-line 111 J C Clark and wife Scotland I ' D T: John Bloag Bladison7 W Barrows Stevens Ppint B J Castle Black River ' Falls John Hancock Bladison f CORNING HOUSE S Schawven Detroit Blich French Toledo O F O Cravy Hudson II H Clack Louisville Ky C W Utjy A Potthoff A P Jacobs Charles Barker wife and children Florence Thompson J A Jones Chicago Dr J W Vance Blad I ison F Ivuhler Cincinnati 31 Stevens N Y A Howard Fort Atkinson A C Way Detroit W A Bugh Blilwaukee Ai E Bard ell Spring Green O Fx Stop-penbach Jefferson John W ' Evans Chicago V i j EMDER HOUSE T D Pluck Lewis W Grimmer Chic go P Foley E S Hoyt Blilwaukee E B Dunlop Lodi B Bllller and wife Wy-ocena W B Francis Three Rivers Blich I ji C Forbes Wheeling 111 JEMer-1 J rick Rockford 111 Wm Lord Grand Rapids Blich T Schiff Milwaukee E Lartenderger Chicago Frank Blayham N Pomeroy 'Douglas Center JArnes R Hastie wife and daughter BIrs SJReedal DekorraY W W Page and wife Briggsville r CITY HOTEL ' ' W W Kavnang M D Blahoney De- troit John Madden Mike Winn P J Mulhern town of Buffalo Joseph Ender-hy St Paul J J- Lennon N Y J W- O’Connell Alua NealT P Daily Pack- HaSarfinTkHrliii: neapolis Charles Falcnor Moundville W II Boeman Packwaukee H i Marsh Monroe Center G Gosey Spring" Creek J Morris Monroe G J Cramer and family Wausau J S Dean Racine SLACK AHEAD! — All regular trains on time —Supt W G Collins of the St Paul road passed through this city to-day en-route to Milwaukee He has been west on an inspecting tour I — Freight engine No 449 James McMahon iu charge has been changed from east to west end service Jim probably will find it more congenial to his tastes to be back" on iis old run 4 — Several passenger and freight conductors passed through here this afternoon from Milwaukee and Chicago to be in attendance at the Conductor’s Ball and banquet to be at La Crosse this evening 1 — All the railroad boys on the St Paul road that can secure a lay-off are going to La Crosse to attend the R R Ball to be held in that city this evening A banquet will be given at the Cameron House in honor of the occasion Pacific orter is crippled with rheuma- I — S tism — A dance at Elmer Weeks was much enjoyed by the young folks the past week — Sewinjj machine agents have caused a slight sensation in our j usual placid community W -Arthur Mason has returned from a vtat to friends in Adama and Marquetie counties i — Supervisor Holmes and wife were the guests of Frank Flower the early part of the week j — FebruVry went out with a blizzard and made itself a reputation as a month of many and extreme changes of weather — Report has it that F J Coapinan will erect a brick house this spring 1 When the location is considered this looks business like j — It is reported that Stephen alverly will move to Pardeeville in April Also that he is about making a sale of his fine farm to parties well-known here — J J Calkins and L C Bump pleasing the public in various parts of county with a magic lantern exhibitipn1 They arp meeting with good and deserved success! x i — B F Flower has returned from anex-tended visit East combining business with pleasure npt unmixed wiih sadness j A will contest at Auburn N Y was the lm-mediatekeause of his going this winler After being successful in that he visited friends in Brooklyn N Y an Asbfield 3Iass he town of his nativity where he has a brother hejjmd not seen in thirty years After an absence of fifty years it was I not expected that there I would h vmany that were known in boyish days ut the hills and rocks though seeming much larger and the old church whre he 4t to Sunday SchoolVwould yon think it— and tbq old school house notyvhere be gradiiatedbut where he used to spell the school down were all there interesting old landmarks of his early start jh life On his return he stopped at Phelps Clifton Sprihgs aqd Canandaigua jrXY and assisted in settling the estates pf two widowed sisters that died at Clifton Springs last Jqne and August 3IF was taken sick at Phelps nnav was veiy kindly cared for by relatives whose goodness he appreciates much j Ilis stay was nine weeks’ His brother Janies was a valuable assistant in the laW businessA The town of Phielps which is the dowerbed of the word where I be resided twenty years looked W litre ' UU I C5JUCU IWCUIJ J LUI Oj 1VVCXVM I good enougho go back to and stay but tarm land being worth onehundred dob lars per ace is a pretty good reason why he don’t return there Iw R C Entertainment I which was noted in 3Ionday’s issue cam off at the Armory last night according to j programme There was a good attend- ance at the tables during the early evening and at nne' o’clock they were cleared away and the first cotillion called A table was Bpread in a side room for tne late comers and the dancing proceeded 1 10 day more at Perking Gallery without hindrance The hall was nicely decorated and red white and blue costumes On the ladies made the company look patriotic indeed The entertainment was a complete success bringing in nearly $50' which left a net surplus of $2225 to replenish the pocket book of the treas- urer of the society s Will the Telephone Come ? We have only time and space to ask the question Th city has determined to have gas has a daily paperand it now wants the telephone more thaq ever It seems to us that if the company iwise in its own interests it will not) let many days go by without deciding to extend itaXline to Portage i 2 School Board z Regular monthly t session of the city School Board met in Supt Stroud’s office last evening and passed favorably on alH bills brought before the meeting A full quorum was present except Commissioner Fyfe At 9 o’clock the intellectual body In the town of Blcundvilfe Blarquette county the re sidence of Crawford Brown on last Thursday night between eleven and twelve o’clock caught fire from x a defective flue and xwasburned to the ground- But little furniture was saved No insurance -A subscriber to the Weekly Register writes from Maricopa Arizona to a gubscription in advance and says: Wendaere-aa well aa myself- consider the Register the most attractive I iQ appearance and in matter of any paper 1 caches this part of the country and Bnbscsibe for not a venrlimited list of eUher ” ‘ V 4 A Remarkable Leaf We mean the leaf from ao old ledger which is nicely framed and was hung up for exhibition in Bard’s jewelry establishment to-day It is eight by twenty inches and the pages jare numbered 109 and 1 10 with pen in the middle of the top of each It is an old one to be sure the first charges bearing date-of May -5th 1749 and are against persons residing iu Hartford and WlnTh berry Connecticut The money unit&are pounds shillings and pence and the pages are full But the marvelous thing is the wonderful accuracy and legibility of every word letter line nd dot and the absolute uniformity throughout the entries for a period of six years embraced in the items Recorded ' V Who did it? That’s just what we are coming to He was the great-great-grandfather of Miss Carrie Goss the popular clerk at Bard’s and by name John Mc-Knight His books were so accurate that when taken into court once it dition that if there was1 found "a misspelled word or an error in a charge he was to pay $500 and none were found he was to receive that aniount He got the forfeit Nowwhen weremember that his pages were entirely blank neither red ruling nor faint-lining to guide him and then see the perfect parallelism produced at exact right angles with the sides we bfgin to appreciate what a he a3 Lost A young black dog with white on fore legs He is a mixture of -Water Spaniel and New Foundland Any informatioj about him will be thankfully received F E But Mttlejevil would be done world if evn never could he don name of good At Cost Will sell Goods at ActuayCost for the next 30 days to reduce lock Call at once V B SteveNs Portage 3Iarch 2 1$6 tradewinds 6a- -Just received a fine assortment of Large Buttons at jchumacher & Schulze’s —Don’t ail to go to W B Stevens’ and huy goods at Cost fo the next 30 day£ V E Brewer Salesman Postage 3Iarch 2 1886 'ricots in all shades for Spring and Smmer Wear just received at x Schumacher & Schulze’s —Loomis Gallett & Breese are Head- -quarters for Roots and Shoes New Stock arriving j — Bard has a" beautiful line of 'Gold Watches frorp $18 to $60 Call and see them ! v — Ladies Waukpnphast Butlon Boots new style at j Loomis Gallett & Breese’s —New Goods arriving daily at Brodies-x — Ludlow’s Fine Kid Button Boots reduced from $375 to $300 per pair at Loomis Gallett & Breese’s — Buy your Boots and Shoes of Beattie — Special notion sale at Schumacher & Schulze commenced this morning All goods in this department at cost Bard haa two Sewing 3Iachines which he is bound to sell at a very low price — We are now selling1 an elegant Kid Button Boot Reynolds! Bros’s make at $325 per pair Loomis Gallett & Breese I 1 v —Receiving New Sprang Goods daily at the New York Store 1 for bargain a- K’ —For the best 50c shirt made goto Loomis Gallett & Breese’s ” i — Photographs at $150 per dozen for At CostI Having too many goodjs will sell Watcb-es Clocks Jewelry Silver and Plated Wate for the next 30 days at Cost Don’t mjsstheopportunity W B Stevens 2 1886 i Partage Blare rck t e wellJs & CO J x Wholesale and Retail ' Hnnlvjore Tron Jtel ' Stoves Tinware Spirting Goods &c PHCENIX BLOCK X PORTAGE WIS JOEFER & HELMANN ! REAL ESTATE ( ’ ’ Fire and Life Insurance Agency PORTAGE WIS i-xA Represent the leading companies doing business In the United 8tatee Particular attention given to the sale or City and Farm Property ana Ocean Steamship passenger tickets Office on Cook-si one door east of Loomis Gallett & Breese’s store HOME MADE CANDY ORANGES Florida Messina Valencia - River Side and Navel BANANAS &c &C r : JUDSON’S AT I V I dealer IN I 1 - -- - L I q-q0 Q Jp 0gQ DzWITT STREET 4 1 PORTAGE WIS rJ I J V i V V ¥ i1 r ' if I 4 A t w A

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