Eau Claire Daily Free Press, October 30, 1873

Eau Claire Daily Free Press

October 30, 1873

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Daily Free Press (Newspaper) - October 30, 1873, Eau Claire, Wisconsin I 1 onn Ticket C C WAflHBUBN aa J KOBiET fl BAKXK f W YOUNG GBAHAM f OK Mmma or AMSWBI W FOB Cooctt C B EAU FO TKXA8 ANGEL KIDDBB BISMAXCK is once more at the head of Cabinet Allen Mi fight bu been lappreawd io good Andrew Perfect tbo Illinois wife murderer is again convicted and will be banged i f EAU CLAIRE WIS THURSDAY OCTOBER 30 1873 NO 256 Milwaukee Sentinel says it bu tbemost updoubted Authority for tbe proof of tbe assertion that tbe whiiky league baa raised tioa fnad orer boforo raised for tbe pvrpoao of defeating the Republican ticket The wori isgtn ing pn with tbo utpjott vigor and nothing tStafc money can do wilt be loft undone to accomplish tboir porpoac In view of ibidwill Republicans sit sapuwly bj and for want of a little effort allow tho State admin fotration to pass into other hands and be controlled by inch influences too TUB following are ihe Crowe connty nominations M A Register of 4f s heuner Connty L PoUcogilll Clerk of tho E Ualton Fleischer District F Bryant County Middlcbrook Voegle M Leete Tho Republican LcaderipVaka of the eonveotion aa harroonioos and j tho ticket as a alrong one TUB of and cholera have reduced the relative to the treatment of the Jesuits by tie Ger maft government is in progress be tween the and the Emperor Its character sofar is diplomatically hoatilo Tax last Frank Leslie contains a excellent portrait of Hon A M Thornton of the Milwaukee Sentinel one of H A Cbittendeo Esq of the Journal of Commerce TXK thOflSiiid are stated to have been thrown oat of employment by the suspension of certain capital ists io New York It is bard indeed if thousand American citisens can not raise enough themselves capital to employ FaNcws Tlio folowipy and coropliment ary resolutions concerning our late State Superintendent of Schools Rev Samuel Fallows was passed at the late Wisconsin Conference of Methodist divines in this State Whereas He has lately been elect ed president of the Illinois Weslcyan University and has accepted tbe elec tion therefore Resolved That Brother Fallows gocf from us with our hearty and earn est prayers for bis SUOOCM in his new pontioft of labor and we have the hjghdlt expectation that his long and efficient experience in the field will secure him new honors and that be will be a great blessing to the institution he may serve tion of Memphis it is saidi to Joss than tea thousand There a thousand sick and convalescent per sons in the city and an urgent appeal for aid is being made to the people of every part of tbo United States The recent frosts have checked Jr at least diminished tho mortality but great necessity exists for menus to carry the impoverished families through the winter and provide for numberless orphans Business has almost entirely suspended dur ing the summer and though it is now reviving the utmost distress of course prevails At this distance our meagre telegrams enable no one who been through similar scenes so imagine the liorrtrs whleh these poor people have witnessed We read of patients by the hundred being left to die without attendance of mercenary nurses the only ones the charitable institutions of tbe city af ter employing all their own force were able to procure taking advantage of tbo situation to commit robbery and other crimes of children the sole sur vivors of large families playing in bouse full of corpses of funerals rat tling through the streets at every boar of the and night necessity having abolished formality Those are outlines which a reader who has Oca acroM tbe fish pond have changed Japan WM going to fight Corea and China now China x to maul Corea if the does nOtxdo justice to Japan Tbe latter empire baa fiftytwo newipapen and China waking up to humanitarian haa a fleet orjunkaTngaged in the Bopprewion of the Coolie trade And 10 thejrood work gotion CnAi SrntovK Esq in Better to the Republican tc Leader nyi in formation from Ohio ii moat favorable concerning Capt J 8 El well He u now of found mind and it is ex pected that in the eoane of three or foar irOl be able to resume bii at Chicago all of which extremely gratifying to bis numerous friends thronghoat tbt country TBS Milwaukee News says that the GoTernor in bis tour through the Northwest hurt his cause more than he bunefiUci it Well that de cidedly cheekyIf thtlTewaJnfbr generally a uftfaiscfaanmUr we would not jivo much for it at best We say now as wo hare mid before there need be no apprehension ITibo east part of the State does as well for Governor Washburn as will tbe Chip pewa Valley bisoleotion is beyond a question York has adopted a law against the keeping open of man traps2 ufher city The man traps indicated are not like those which the bear neither are groggeries gam bling pandemoniums and brothels in cluded under tho caption As we have none of the above in Claire but great aany of tho kind aijainat which Now York animadverts such as cellar doors holes ia tho sidewalk and decayed shed her example warms our innards Chicago has a Womans Home concerning which the advertisement states that it was founded by public spirited citizens solely to provide a respectable boarding house for re spectable single ladies There ia nothing more redolent of rottenness in tbe whole vast mass of soporanua tion and decay known as jmr social system than the circumstance that Chicago should be almost the only city which has such an institution or that such an institution should be needed Why in the Jiamo of com mon humanity sense should any condition bo demand ed of iwoman at any boarding house other than what is demanded of a man namely that she should pay for her entertainment and behave herself while she stays there witnessed serious epidemics can fill out into a dreadful picture The frost which has partially cheeked these terrible scones brings hew trials and necessities Surely this is an occa sion on which tho people of our own as well as other northern cities may feel that one touch of nature makes the whole world akin NEW YORK Stokes Found Gftilty of Man slaughter Hie 3d Degree admitted after nwdi prevarication that e also ike bearer of a dlapaieh to Gen eralBourtmkJ Pwddtat of the Court seventy ecusond this witness attempt isg to conwsl OXEXAKY The total amount uvi eital by the government tbe nited gates funded loan is Iiich negotiated during the prcccot month j YofeK Oct District At toraey Phetpo concludedbis address to thsjnrj in the caso at 11 oclock today Mr Tremainc for the prisoner submitted come to the Judge for the consideration of the jary and the court took a recess At 1 34 oclock the court reassembled and Judge Paris began charge to UM jary Tfc minated at P M having lasted exactly three hours Mr Trsmainc then took special exception to his honors condemnation of what is called emotional inaaiiity Judge Davis need the very language of the Court of Appeals Mr Treraaim said that he specially objected to the expression that the evidence of insanity was very meagre and asked to have the ques tion submitted to the juryJudge Davis said he bad submitted it to them Mr Tremaine also took exception to the remark that insanity as a rule in Tux RE seems to be no doubt now but the Republican vote ia this conn ty will be up to the usual standard if the people but turn out Every day it is more plainly manifest that publicans are settling down to fact that Uicirtickct ia one and that a split ia favor of Re the the Democratic nominees would be for the worse In relation to the Senator tbe outlook is excellent In Pepin county where many wore afraid there would be a division on account of lo cal measures the prospect is good Persons who have been through tbe county and in nowise interested in politics say that Mr Hunt will get the usual Bepublican majority and the same we are assured to be the fact from promineat Republicans Dnrand Chippewa connty will poll LOCKJAW as one of the fine arts has hardly received tie attention it deserves We believe it to be an American institution cultivated not a little in Congress and at Democratic It has sometimes been used for the purpose of snubbing so obnoxious pampUeteer or notoriety seeker and ia then known by the title of saVere letting alone But to see it in perfection wo must turn to the records of the Seedier controversy and that investgatioa BO going on in Brooklyn whioh the editor ef the GoJdea Aga has so poljlely hra act wbo rags IfesI jasrt so HGsh as Mr to to him a fair vote much better than was at first expected In this connty ev erything indicates that all will be well notwithstanding the home popularity of his opponent and any who are cir culating reports to the contrary do it without their reckoning The same may bo said of Dunn county Mr Hunt will have a good round majority there Of course tbis is all based up on the idea that Republicans turn out to the polls as is their duty They may rest assured that their opponents will bo out in force and certainly they ought to bo as much interested Ev ery one of you have in mind the alec tion on Tuesday next Tie EBjtbk Crate Ttatfe The Mirk Lane Express of the 6th instant contains the following about the English grain trade Up to Thursday night the weather continued unusually fine when some light stnwers fell and these served to soften the crust of tbe soil whichhad hardened by the un interrupted sunshine after continuous rain Nearly a fortnights splendid weather has now been granted for the ingathering of corn and a consider able bulk has been stacked in better condition than at one time seemed pos sible Tht meadows have been beau tifully green and some have ventured to make a second cut though the late ness of the season makes the issue cloublfuL The monetary crisis In America continuing at such a time could not failt influence prioii there and finds it counterpart in London so though our arrivals have diminished prices have further rcccdoi 1 and2a per quarter Paris there have been symptoms of reaction and flour has gained 2 francs iu value or Is 3d per sack though wheat has only been firm Much will now de pend on the issue of the American crisis as our dependence is chiefly on that country which has a quality this year most acceptable to the English market and thus if so low rates should last they must tell upon Lon don and react throughout the country The rise however in France and the extraordinary high prices quoted in southern JRussia will be calculated very much to prevent a great depres sion for nothing has occurred to alter the fact as to the eencral yield and t solves delusion and that tbe prisoners ideas seemed to have been based on reality and to bis honor saying that the other holes in the cloak besides the four in the breast were not partic ularly material as it was not claimed that the fatal wound was made through any of these At tbe conclusion of Mr Trcmaincs exceptions the case waa given to the jury who retired and at sent for Judge Davis to repeat bis defini tions of the various degrees of crime in taking human life after receiving which they again retired The jury have returned a verdict of of manslaughter in the third degree and Stokes is sentenced to four years in tbo S ate Prisoa at hard labor have reason to fear tbst7 as regards condition as well as supply Germany will not be able to do much for us this year The lateness of the season materially counteracted tho ben eficial influence of tbe recent fine weather and made the gatherings but poor in condition even if sound Country markets hero have been better supplied but the reduction of London has not been followed fully and farm ers who can hold may we think be very likely to show such determina tion and turn the tide if only better advices como irons the otlicr aide of little has lately fallen was much wanted for theworMBgol thoBcil and autumnal sowings seem likely to be made under very favorable circumstances It is perhaps as well for the country that the American crisis has happened ear lier in the season and prevented an Upward movement in prices that seem ed inevitable Maines bay crop this year is worth over TIIE JESUITS DRIVEN FROM BOMS The Order of the Society of Jeanits has been Onco more notified to vacate its establishments in Borne and quit the Eternal City in which for over two hundred years it has with excep tional interruptions maintained itself Its Roman history is full of interest ing episodes Organized in 1541 by Loyola whose bones now rest unier one of the churches his followers are CW WlSailKH II HILWaCKEEETEBY THISC 0 K UUWACKEK Wii Oct ernor Waabburn addressed a largn audi ence tonight on the iisucs of tho cam paign going OTCT the account of Jus and tho reasons bj which tho DcmocrmtLibcnl party were trying to defeat him The principal were his veto of Dwindling bills such as Pump Carpenters and E A Calking which by aeuie hook had been pushed through the legislature Both were for printing and both parties having access to the press were very vio lent in their denunciation He charged tbe opposition to put a finger upon a misappropriation of funds during his ad ministration Referring to railroads he merely repeated his record which already widely known being the first man in Congress to denounce tho Credit Mo bilier lie has not changed his views He was not unfriendly to railroads but he with the people did object to paying dividends on watered stocks ai they were obligedto do when highrates of The Baldwin expedition bas discov ered large and valuable deposits oi dnnibar in Northern Arizona 4be art sf looking tfesm eft The Mills at Co N Y the largest af the feisd ia world were closed It is ea maanfaetorieft tieTewll swoa fol low ordered to vacate it wa suppressed by Clement XIV just one hundred years ago In 1814 it once more got a foothold in Home and in 1824 re gained possession of the Collegia Ko manio In 1849 Pins IX permitted even if he did cot counsel the ing up of its establishments After the Indian revolution however it re turned to Kosne with tlis Pops and ffttce more opened its aamont houses The Goverfiwent hasuow in and follaisnng action of Prussia were tation of prodace He showed that on every mile of railroad they were paying dividends in seventy thousand dollars of water Mr Washbnm stated that while every voter knew just where he stood and what they were voting for tho lead ers of tho socalled reform party dared not appear on tbe stand for fear some embarrassing questions would be asked and they would commit themselves He had beard that the St Paul railroad fa vored his election Ho hoped it waa true as it showed their good sense and that they know froin whoinnhajrwould receive justice Ho had heard that the people at Eau Claire Menomonie and other points on the land grant railroad route were feeling sore because he refus ed to yield to the terms of the Wisconsin railroad company a corporation of four teen thousand dollars capital with head quarters at Milwaukee but after ex plaining tho matter some of the direc tors appeared upon the stand and stated that they hod the right and tho people in these sections would support them The speech throughout was sound to the core and proved him to bo the man for the people and the beat friend of the railroads as they could depend on jus tice and fair treatment The campaign is being conducted very quietly on both aides but no fears are entertained o Washburna defeat FOREIGN NEWS Oct The Bake of Saxony ilurt waioHiw King Jobs assumed ie suecettum to the throneof King of todaj RUtmajeity has issued a reclamation in which he promises to up sold the constitution and that he p resent pinistry will remain in office BOMB Oct have been reef ived in this conftntivt the report the of letter the ope to Ifce Emperor of Germany HISCZLLAXZOVB LONDON Oct 29 A dispatch rom Versailles says the letter of Beg nier to the Duke dAiimale for writ ng which the arrest of tbe former is said to have becc ordered stipulates bat three questions only which Beg niermay be allowed to designate shall Mi him on his examination bo ore the Baiaine court martial Beg tier further informs the Duke that if lis request is not granted he will leave Trance A special from Constantinople an nounces that an Ambassador from Austria has srrived in that elty with nstructions to bring about an amicable settlement of difference between he two governments growing oat of he Austrian Consul in Bosnia Oct There is anoth er panic on the bourse and the gov ernment is endeavoring to effect a set iement of the financial difficulty DMSDZIT Oct Tho death of ting John of Saxony at Pluitz is an nounced this morning LONDON Oct A dense fog tangs over tho city Numerous ao idents have occurred in the city At his hour P M travel is al most suspended TBK best Piano stools cheap at E 7 Wil music store Great bargains in iaiios and Organs nnSOd wOm j have BAZA1SK 8 THIAI PARIS Oct the Baiftine trial to day M Fhiithaist Mwtseng testified that on der fear of captora the enemy fee lowed which he wsa esrry to The dispatch WM delsTated to the offiewra in ca tbe 59th of Ang Isy thrswn in th6 Spo Went Rtne Owacn John FBrittoin llorst Shoeing 8bopep wsito Fox Williams Coa LiTCiy Spec al attention gircu to com quarter cracks id any disease pertaining to the feet Kttin BBUDEX 7 DorKisa H BKOOKI Co i OLIOS Co D C WKWPME BXITH BaoT Dm D W DAT HEJIRT AsuJ C 8 WAEB H CAET Fox WILLIAMS Co PIONEER FOUNDRY AND C O A Gen era6 Contractors HAHUFACTUEBBS Of STATIONABY PORTABLE ENGINES 07 ALL DE3CRIPTIOK J Machinery Turbine and other Water Wheels Rai roatHJr SteamboatWorkr Iron Columns Build ing Fronts Kinds of Heavy Forging All V Wtmnted to giro utu 1 1 promifod A OB raOST AXD KWO v tgT3J La Crosse Wis BAD CLAIRE HADDOCK PHOTOGBAPmo ARTIST Alt yxck wamated to giWMUcBwtiOM flallerj gun ahoy ftwrmnr SIMM MANUFACTUBEBS LUMBER DEALERS IN GENERAL ATTENTION CALLED TO TIIEIB Loggers Lumbermens SUPPLIES tfILL TUBNISHINGS Iron Nails WHOLESALE BETAIL DEALEK IK CIGARS TOBACCOS BarFixtnres AND SUPPLIED AN A NO 1 ARTICLE OF LAG E R t of Uio rT and daUnrcd to an UlT LIFE INSURANCE COMPAY OF ET LOUS Wiscoiin MiifiesoU ana F 7 contiintercit paying plan of tompsny popular anrf antlifactory method of over intrcdufod cxpcriwtcw etthrr npon call upon munngtr G WILLIAMS MANAOKR No 13 XowJmlt Howw MilwanXw Wi A P STEARNS Win LOUIS FULDNEB Arra Schreiber MERCHANT TAILORS ARE RECEIVING THEIR Spring Stock of of variet la Flrnt clan Shop kept y iit V jrooriii In She nartet n latest rtylw w and mako nil on UMaff Ik BE PAIR Lomroia will ynnnt HOT1L CIOAB 8TQKf CHAS BICKER PROPBIKEOIL Mosic HALS BLOCK OM door north tti Snot kwboT clem of our MM HENRY STAGE A8H MINERS Steamboat Line I Through from BouTi Landing to Chip Makiug CluBe Cunnectiom with Up or Down Leaves Eau Claire for Cbippewa at a m and 7 p m Chippewa Falls for Landing and Ban at 7 a rnand2prn Beads Lapdbg for Clairt and Chippewa Falla every evening IWThli U the Snrwt and dimpttt Boato for all traveler to cr Hlnneaou d iwtr DO NOT USB SOAPS Forjron win twralr recent in ofothuu baro them wkltc ud clMn W 0 w a XL t o Merchant Tailor JACOB SMITH Wookl unnouncB o o ami adjoining country that In the New Exchange Block olio of llio moil dceiniblo doeka at brought to thii market Btoci f in Scotcli ud Orrman clotbijrom tbe Iiw a lull line of Domnttlc cloth of Has Mr SraUbM projuwdwttlijinitelam i to mannfictorc Tor Pnitomcrc to order Suits or Single hrment Cneicllcd InJ tlieWeat Furnishing Coods a Specialty clothlnj Hati and Ml lino Cor motto la Livced Jt Ure BEMEMBEB THEPLAOB AKD SAM ELMS Having rtctntly saJo a PU Icnt addition to mj lircrj amjpwpw c to fnraish the pablio with or In tbe Hnfl of Hrery town Wot of ConreyaiscM for or the tints I atd efcjsos 5 SJ S il f M ea Our Terms Are Reasonable k fcr tbo W ;