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Article Title: Weekly Star

Article Date: March 20 1880

Article Description: LOCAL NEWS

Article Text:

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY

COUNTY OFFICERS
County Judge - L. EGHART
Sheriff - Frank DELLES
Register of Deeds - Walter ZASTROW
County Treasurer - Charles G. MEYER
County Clerk - J. C. SCHROELLING
Clerk Circuit Court - Michael RUPPERT
District Attorney - James HEDDING
Coroner - John NEUENS
Superintendent of Schools - Wm. F. SCOTT
Surveyor - L. TOWSLEY

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
Mequon - Wm F. JAHN, Mequon
Cedarburg - H. SCHELLENBURG, Horn's Corners
Saukville - A. AHLHAUSER, Saukville
Grafton - Chas. SCHLEGEL, Grafton
Pt. Washington - M. AUDIER, Pt. Washington
Fredonia - J. J. RACE, Ch., Fredonia
Belgium - Louis PIERRON, Dacada

COURT COMMISSIONERS
L. TOWSLEY, Wm. A. PORS

TOWN OFFICERS
CLERKS
TREASURERS
ASSESSORS
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE
Mequon
Franz A. WILDE, John W. MILBRATH, William F. JAHN, Charles F. FREYE

Cedarburg
Herman SCHELLENBERG, William H. FITZGERALD, Theodor KLIEFOTH, William VOGENITZ

Grafton
Theodore EISEFELDT, Rudolph SCHMIDT, Frank J. WEBER

Saukville
Joseph ALBRECHT, A. M. ALLING, John W. LUTFRINK, Anthony AHLHAUSER

Fredonia
William J. MERCKLEIN, Christian ROSSARI, Nicholas E. BECKER, John B. KUNDALL

Belgium
Sebastian KRIER, Michael BINK

Port Washington
C. E. CHAMBERLIN, Henry B. SCHWIN, Lars C. LARSON, Joseph MALBERBE
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LOCAL NEWS

To-morrow is Palm Sunday.

St. Patrick's was not celebrated here.

Adam EVEN is a candidate for town treasurer.

The lime kilns of ORMSBY & Co., at Grafton, are in full blast.

Thursday and Friday gave us the last snow storms it is hoped.

L. C. LARSEN, Esq., is the census enumerator for this town.

A grand ball will be held in ALBRECHT's hall, Saukville, March 29.

Last Wednesday, the sheriff's new deputy was baptised and named Lizzie.

Senator MORGAN has placed us under obligations for the Blue Book of 1880.

Mr. MOLITOR, of Brighton, Kenosha Co., is a visitor here, the guest of August MEYER.

The Cecilia Society of this village, is improving. Prof. FUERST makes things lively.

Ozaukee County has been divided into seven census districts - each town being a district.

The light house and contents on Sheboygan harbor pier were burned Wednesday night.

Lumber has been sold here for two weeks page in large quantities. The yards look "skinned".

The proceedings of the County Board in German will be delivered and distributed next week.

Aug. KOENIG of the Saukville mill, was in town last Wednesday with samples of his excellent flour.

Editor HEIDKAMP of the Zeitung, has been confined to the house the past two weeks by illness.

N. G. POULL, son-in-law of our enterprising Malt boss, left for his home, Le Mars, Iowa, last Wednesday.

The live editor of the "1/4 century" across the street has departed and that shebang will know him no more forever.

Last Monday, a ship passed this port, well in to shore, with every sail set. She was making good speed, northward bound.

There is a rumor about town to the effect that Dr. GEORGE is going to leave. What in the world are we to do for a fancy barber?

Jac. SCHUMACHER is at work in his new marble shop on south Franklin street and never fails to satisfy his many customers.

Louis PIERRON, of Belgium, was in town last Saturday, and left this office with a load of County Board proceedings.

The donation at the M. E. Church Wednesday was a success. The elder's cash box is the better for $140.00 put in and about $50.00 more in sight.

The time for the Democratic State Convention has been changed from the 19th to the 12th of May. We publish the call elsewhere.

By a written notice pasted on the P. O. wall, we learn that the "Tax Club" caucus will be held at GLASNER's Hall, Monday, March 29th 1880, at one o'clock in the afternoon.
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The SCHUMACHER foundry was compelled to refuse two large orders last Monday, because the amount of work now on hand is already beyond the capacity of the foundry. If business continues as pressing as at present, an enlargement will have to be made. We hope the latter will be the case.
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Mr. John ELLENBECKER talks of establishing a depot for repairs of Reapers, Mowers, Seeders, and other farm implements. It is a good idea which we hope to see carried. If entered upon, he will erect a building on the vacant ground between EVEN's block and TIBOR's Marble Shop on Franklin street.
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Otto DIX is suffering from a multitude of mishaps. First, he received a wrench of one leg while playing ball; second, BLAKE's dog bit him, a leg being the wounded member; and third, he undertook to impede the speed of one of the Malt House wagons, by which he got a badly squeezed abdomen. In spite of all these mishaps, he is able to be about.
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PROGRAMME
Of the meeting of the Ozaukee County Teachers' Association, to be held at Saukville, March 27th, 1880.

1. Miscellaneous Business.
2. Declamation - Theo. KRUELLMAN
3. Recitation - Miss L. HEIDKAMP
4. Class Exercise in Physiology - Chas. LAU
5. Select Reading - E. G. HAYLETT
6. Class Exercise in Grammar - S. A. HOOPER
7. Declamation - Miss C. EGRY
8. Class Exercise in Physical Geography - Supt. SCOTT
9. Oration - I. I. SLOENER
10. Essay - Mr. VOGEL

Dan. E. McGINLEY, Ch'n Ex. Com.
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At the annual meeting, last Monday, of the Port Washington Cemetery Association, the following Board of Trustees and Officers were elected: Trustees -- John C. SCHROELING, James W. VAIL, L. EGHART, U. LANDOLT, and L. TOWSLEY.

Officers -- John C. SCHROELING, President; L. TOWSLEY, Secretary; U. LANDOLT, Treasurer.




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