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Barrington Column Transcription, March 25, 1892

Friday, March 25, 1892

BARRINGTON

CHURCH AND SOCIETY NOTICES.
S. of V.-Meet in Parker’s hall, second and fourth Saturday of each month. W. H. Selleck, Com.; Frank Krahn, S. V. C.; J. L. Runyan, J. V. C.

BAPTIST CHURCH-Mr. Bailey, Pastor. Services every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. Evening services at 7 p.m.  Sabbath School  12 m.

ST. ANN’S CATHOLIC CHURCH-Rev. J. F. Clancey, Pastor.  Services every other Sunday at 9 o’clock a.m.

METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH-E. W. Ward, Pastor.  Services every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. Sabbath School at 12 m.  Children’s services 3 p.m.  Class meeting 6:15 p.m.  Bible study Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting Friday, 7 p.m.

GERMAN EVANGELICAL CHURCH-Rev. Wm. A. Schuester, Pastor.  Services every Sunday at 10:30 a.m.   Evening service at 7:30 p.m.  Sabbath school at 9 a.m.

GERMAN EVANGELICAL ST. PAUL’S CHURCH-Rev. K. Rahn, Pastor.  Services every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. Sabbath school at 9:30 a.m.

LOUNSBURY LODGE No. 751-Meets at their hall the second and fourth Saturdays of each month.  C. R. Austin, W. M.; L. A. Powers, S. W.;F. W. Shipman, J. W.; H. T. Abbott, Treas.;  F. O. Willmarth, Sec.; W. J. Hanower, S. D.; Wm. McCredie, J. D.; A. Glea- son, T.

BARRINGTON POST No. 275, G. A. R. Department of Ill.-Meet every second Friday in the month, at Parker’s Hall.  E. R. Clark, Commander; L. F. Elvidge, S. V. C.; R. Purcell, J. V. C.; A. Gleason, Q. M.; A. S. Henderson, O. D; C. G. Senn, O. G.;  Henry Reuter, Sergt; F. A. Lageschulte, Cap.

W. R. C. No. 85-Meets the second and fourth Wednesday of each month. Mrs. Ada Selleck, Pres., Miss Bertha Seebert, Sec.

M. W. A. Camp 809-Meets first Saturday of each month at Lamey’s hall. E. R. Clark, V. C.; John Robertson,  W. A.; Fred Kirschner, B.;  M. T. Lamey, clerk; William Antholts, W. ; P. A. Hawley, E.; H. S. Meier, S.

At a caucus held at L. H. Bute’s office Friday, March 18, 1892, candidates for offices were nominated for the town of Cuba, to be voted for at the election Tuesday, April 5, 1892.  The result was as follows: For Supervisor, G. H. Comstock received the nomination by acclamation.  For Town Clerk, Miles T.  Lamey received 31 votes and Henry Kampert, Jr. 15 votes; Miles T. Lamey was thereby declared the regular candidate.  For Assessor, Charles Davlin was nominated by acclamation.  For Collector, August Landwer received 31 votes and John C. Meier 21 votes; August Landwer was thereby given the  regular nomination.  For Road Commissioner, Henry Gieske received 28 votes and James Grace 27 votes on the second ballot, which gave Henry Gieske the nomination.  For Justice of the Peace,  Charles Davlin was nominated by acclamation.  The new law will govern this election and every one should come out and get familiar with the mode of voting.

There was a prayer meeting at the residence of Mr. Golden Wednesday evening of this week, led by Mr. H. A. Harnden.

Mr. M. E. Bennett and wife of Chicago spent Sunday at Mr. A. S.  Henderson’s.

Misses Grace Bennett and Wood of Chicago were visitors here Sunday.

Mr. Lou Bennett is spending a few days with his mother and brothers this week.

Mr. Edward Wienecke is building a creamery at Butterfield, Minn.

Miss Tillie Krahn is sick with typhoid fever.

Mr. Daniel Catlow of Gallion, Iowa, visited his parents here this week.

Mr. H. A. Harnden is excavating for the foundation of his new marble shop.

Messrs James Jones and James Regan  were here on business the first of the week.

Mr. John Flower is to go to Iowa the latter part of this week.

Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Sinnett were in Chicago Wednesday.

Fred Meister met with a terrible accident last Friday.  His team ran away, broke his jaw bone and knocked out several teeth.  He is in a critical condition.

Mr. W. I. Harrower is at home spending his vacation.

Mrs. George Mengerson is visiting at Mr. Charles Peters.

Mr. H. S. Vail of Highland Park, candidate for State Senator, called on numerous friends here Monday and Tuesday.

Messrs. Collen and Peters shipped  two carloads of cattle last week.

Mr. Edward Peters met with an accident a few days ago while moving a large stone.  His arm is hurt quite badly.

Mrs. Congdon of Nunda visited with friends here Wednesday of last week.

The surveyors were at work last week laying out the new streets to be opened up this spring.

Mr. William Sherman started for Nebraska Wednesday on a hunting excursion.

On last Wedneday, Mr. John C. Meier,  town collector for the Town of Cuba, was in town and settled with the county treasurer.  He collected all the taxes except $90.80, which is very close collecting. –Waukegan Gazette.

Mr. Reuben W. Coon, editor of the Waukegan Gazette, was in town Monday  and Tuesday.  Mr. Coon is a candidate for State Senator.

Mrs. C. H. Lines visited her sister at Woodstock last week.

Rev. J. O. Foster, formerly pastor of the M. E. church at this place, called on friends here last week.

A Chicago syndicate is trying to purchase 1,200 acres of land west of the village. Their object is to furnish sites for manufacturing establishments and sell the balance for residence property.

At the election to be held in the Town of Cuba, Tuesday, April 5, there will be two tickets in the field.  The ticket which received the regular nomination of the caucus, March 18, is as follows: for Supervisor, G. H. Comstock: for Assessor, Charles Davlin:  for Collector, August Landwer:  for Town Clerk, Miles T. Lamey:  for Road Commissioner, Henry Gieske:  for Justice of the Peace, Charles Davlin:  for Constable, August Landwer.  The other ticket is as follows:  for Supervisor, G. a. Comstock:  for Assessor, Charles Davlin:  for Collector, John C. Meizer: for Town Clerk, Henry Campert Jr.:   for Road Commissioner, James Grace: for Justice of the Peace, Charles Davlin: for Constable, John C. Meier.  This election will be held under the new law, and each voter should familiarize themselves with the law, so as to be prepared  to mark their ballots on election day, as assistance in marking ballots can only be given to those that cannot read the English language.

WEDDING.
STENGER-NORDMEIER-Married, at the residence of Mrs. Elizabeth Stenger at Naperville, Ill., Tuesday, Ma4ch 15th, at 7 p.m.  Mr. Nicholas Stenger of Naperville, and Miss Alvina e. Nordmeier of Barring- ton, Rev. C. J. Frey officiating.  Only the nearest relatives from Naperville and Barrington being present, numbering fifty guests. The house was beautifully decorated. The announcement of the approach of the bridal party came to the expectant friends in the festal strains of Mendelsohn’s wedding march rendered by Mrs. G. H. Ester, sister of the groom, led by the Rev. C. G. Frey, preceded by Miss Grace Yost as flower girl.  The groom entered the parlor escorted by his mother, the bride leaning upon the arm of her brother-in-law, J. C. Plagge, following, meeting under the monogram.  The ceremony was very impresssively performed by her brother-in-law,  the Rev. C. J. Frey, pastor of Naperville. The bride was dressed in cream white, wore and carried a bouquet of cream and pink roses.  The flower girl also appeared very sweet, being dressed in white.  She carried a basket of flowers.  The friends were very nicely entertained by singing and instrumental music.  The presents were many and  costly.
THE RECEPTION.
Mr. and Mrs. Stenger left Naperville for Barrington March 19th, accompanied by their friends to attend the reception given them by Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Plagge that evening.  The young friends of the bride which she made by her bright and cheerful disposition and long acquaintance gathered very numerously, and showed their respects to the happy couple, their number being eighty to ninety.  At 7:30 music was rendered by Miss Mary Frye, during which Mr. and Mrs. Stenger appeared, preceded by Miss Grace Yost.  Rev. W. Schuster made a few instructive remarks, after which congratulations were given.  The program passed off very smoothly, and much honor is due to the Barrington Military band for rendering some choice selections, which entertained the friends very highly.  Many presents  were received.  THE REVIEW and their many friends extend their hearty congratulations to the happy pair.