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   Eau Claire Weekly Leader (Newspaper) - July 14, 1889, Eau Claire, Wisconsin                             DONT FORGET THE CHIMES Tuesday Evening ttttiton AT OPERA HOUttS EreBlng July it WHOLE NO 2661 EAU CLAIRE WIS SUNDAY MORNING JULY i4 1889 NO 161 0 a j r n KOK IS IT A MVSTKltt we are always busy we mers m our store what may be the state1 of Uv give the best value in Gvcrvtiiincr as we advertise never rnisrepr thing THEREFORE Once a Custome Customer The Showing ol Our c no rit tor vroatliLV ve do If ASM Rcswell G Horr Indignart at the Petty Appointment Doled Out to Him His Party Services He Thinks Entitle Him to Recognition And BeUer Reward The Presidents Course De nounced by Southern Negroes Matter Absolutely Pure NOTE For aM nx I at thi ifr hcc arc at wt lo nl hy Ml MI u c r r tliiIM ai ajpriuat vr 1ulili i try f ur I rs lo met il a c ntinuam The Start BLUE July A Tribune special fioru Mich Bays Hos vfll liurr named Wednesday for the c inulatt at Valparaiso returned last overiint from the Kast lie absolutely rr to accept tiu1 appointment He regards the matte an an insult Mr rurr hiui been n hard worker in the Re publican ranks fur many years and ho he is entitled to recognition and it for bin services Ilia friends say hs not popular with tbe head of tho ini ni administration on account uf his eif it chairman of the Michigan dol at the ruuionjul convention in i when ho worked for ten A K AL or I eniiiinci UK Prfstiliiit Ala July The Bir mingham oiirior owned and edited by eiloivd men came out in n double ed editorial denouncing President 1 1 iiMisonV treatment of tho negroes of the Smith t says Let tho colored race lienjamin Hwison A receipt in full for all they have on him and in I lut the selfrespecting negroes of lif Smith nhow thin man that they have rights which even a president of the I tiittd States must respect goes on to Bay that Harrison had treated colored men with contempt am that he seems to think w has dift eharged every obligation by appointing a few nf them to small and unimpor tant ollices Cnpltitl The president hna accepted the reeljrrift tiun i if Second Lieut William L Iut mim of i he regiment The ofllcHrs of fh vessels wrecked at Samoa with the exception of Surgeons Uhiie and Norileet liavo been ordered to their homes from Hun Francisco president has granted a respite in I the iasn of Frank Cape convicted of murder committed in the Indian terri luiy and sentenced lo be hanged lury 17 The chief of the bureau of atntUtica reports tlmt the totirl values of the ex ports i f domestic hreudstuifs froui the Iuitid Mutes during tho mouth uf June LOOKING FOR GORE I Iow4 TnHfH Won lit tho MlnUtor Who Theirfhnstlly DES Moists Iowa July 171LQ Claire is agitated by a sweeping charge made by Ucv Monroe Drew a Presby terian minister from the pulpit Sunday j night that a virtuous woman between the ages of Iti and 2r years could not bo found in the place Next day he was waited on by thirty young women and a public retraction demanded Mr Drew otTered to take back his words privately and to apologize to his callers but thev would have none of it The next step was the calling of a muss meeting which was held in the largest hall in the town More than 400 indig nant men and women attended Tiiey invitcd tjie minister to be he left the state and wunt over to Illinois fearing personal injury The meeting passed resolutions demanding the imme diate discharge of Kov Drew and all Presbyterian churches are against him Mutteriugs about tar feathers arc luard and some of tho young women declare that they will not let the matter drop until pujAio re traction is made coupled with an abjit apology pnd a promise not to enter tho pulpit again ATI IOHH foul CouipitiiyM 1nlhire FUIIT IMDUE Iowa July The tiro plant of the Fort 1 lodge Coal com pany one of the largest companies ojv erating in the Iowa fields Is to be at wluriiFs sale in this city today fc TOPICS OF TRADE Evidence That a Reconciliation is Imminent Between the Pope and Italy Another Political Cluing in Nor wayA Conservative Cab inet in Power Another French Durl Botvver JLutoiv 01 News tiations and the Isfy claims and boudecl indetocdliesa I lhU thoctriinals July ii A dispatch fp thn int Ii that IK in ihc ji yJi Fivmior riii i lii tii a lictvcen the Vaiv ii and Th1 PipoK that the pmn very recently hd a consistory whiii the caivlinale constrained to ntttod wiihiUit the usual attendants Thosc pn cantiiiiis to insun sTrecy Dimpled with the fact thit the session of tlu lusUxl over two horns rendtii it certain vwj ivlc uis I n buincA rrr vcts The port for Ty 1 aot only an assurance of largo Jieid but 4videnci tluit the reported isijutioa coiton and corn had not been nv believed exports wriv stopped by tht sliickoning of th foreign dniivd deride ivnprovi ment Inre iu the oilorinp of commer cia bills Tlie treasury put out mone more lively and tiie dwirind from th interior was met wiliouf change The railniilIs made a gre towiid the sottl iinil tl turn o Foster of tho United States lurthe dislriulof Kansas rendered a decision to the eUect that no ofliciol of ililaiioiiui lms legal authority to arrest imprison direndeiH agaiimt law inas much athat cuiiitrv is iu the jurisdio against it amounting in all loov IK The property includes about 8000 acres of mineral lands partly worlrvd sk unfed on tho Illinois Central arttj Fort Dodge roid four miles from Mile ofty with abundant sidetrack facilities rtfwut 100 tenement houses one company shire three minis with ai appurtenances fur their operation two locomotives mud other property of Ailjuliint mrrnl ST PAUL Minn July W McCarthy died at his home tt Mfssls Pippi street Friday The cause ilauuuatory rheumatism with wriie liud been alllicted for several yeaw fho deceased contributed perhaps niorw than any other OUP man to the suecesafrrf or nnd elJlcieiiey of thu Mfnne sota National Guards He served two terms us adjutant general of tbw HftiXjt under Oov liubbards regime Three OiiHOi of Sniull1uv Fruiiis FALiy Minn JnJy Three cases of muallpox iro rapOrtwd hn a family residing six miles Poatli of Barnesvlllo They are In the neighborhood und brought thft din ease with them The family has Uen to consider matters if graven im portance in adtlifion to Uiis it is known that iMgnoi1 Crispi onJj two days bofiro in Ihe chamber hinted thit steps hud been urken by his government iuokuig to an exchange of views with tho VaUclin it tncomes rea MOiably certain that ihe canlinals had uider consideration of tbe whole ques tion of a reconciliation ivith the ovcrn ruent of King Humbert Mr UludfttailK has incurred the disploasunt of ijost of bis Radical friends by apprivinii the grant to Priiicess Louise on tho of her marriage to tlh jnau vbo holds many of her fathers 1 Mr Gladsone is only human inn lish after all and what KnylijUitan could witlvstand u personal letter her majesty uiinoVicLig UKcoming r tjiiest for u marriage portion mid solicit ing liis The Touiitiuv to irn born in uvory Englishman would doiiht loas induce iiiiu out of teal of tlu1 bitter nsl Radical members of parliament to vote in tho sirtirmative if ippealel to by it riii ii in 1 ilfnitiou tlia e ie ill in Dakota s wiisie dry coialition moct It seeme thenfore that udded to the lurge stock the market broke a Chiciiuo am lure on the arrival of sev eral train iouihi of new wheat Tlieclns ingprice is still higher than week ago but the of a climbing speculation ir July seems to huve vanisloJ TKNH VIWAKR The average of all prices of ivinmodl tics has moved upward 1 11 per cent during the week The reports from in midsntiimer I some j the confiden j trulegrows IN Tho stock ened I i ow ihaf while tho usuaJ resi prevails and al on greuior than uutial early and large fall who appear t ties JIH to K have made h an autograph letter th hood isolated and quamntirud and a gcnonil I 3irtllttv t6 Ullir vaccination ordered for that mJthlwri Lt mentiry on the vuuiittc mcj practial uxinocracy in Kniii Such grumanlwHys pans nflir h ablo amount of being sbabty liy o liosu St Paul Jnili Idr fluHlto ST PA IT July dispatch frtmi Ta Crosse says that the Sorwogltwi Lutheran college locating commitiinj fcas come to a conclusion in favor of fit Park Ihe Oder includes thirty uf land for tho site and with lot acres of land in uilfcreut of the city guaranteed to yield within tlvi veara lur com 11 that e inevit iear of iiier na HVK KXniANUK boenstrength Tabio accounts of no railroad luanagers vve settled tho diflicul trunk linen and to ie provjresM toward iim icablt ad just ment of Western controvur sios Tho of prices is a f ruction higher than o week ngo not including tho trust slocks which have ciiiiflril an other sensation by disckwuro of tho amounts outstanding Tbo information that of load trust stocks fcCljHtOWlU of KULtir fIVOOOjOOO of cot tn of whisky nnd OtVOOO of cattle trust were Outstanding a break in lead and some selling rn otKers It was also inndc known that the rajnad mileage for tho half yeiiwas but 1IHI against 3080 th first half of 1Jxports of cotton ijij June were m viilue only for the same month at viar and for two weeks of July all export from Nev York an in iTeise uf ii per cent over last your und the weakening of rpeculation in whout in lso a favorable sigli ua to the mone tary i re ihe iiillures iluvitig imnbijjor the LTniteii Stateti llh and for OiMiidji 1s or u of as com ri 11fa I of hitt week und till Inpieiileni cautioned Senator liliuni on the eve of his depart urn liiiope lo return nor later than tho He of i icioLer intimating very mly that IIJM presence would be il at thai lime to attend un extra inn f eoigress I inlir the provisions if thu last uppro ji iitim bill for the agricultural departj statistician lias eaiied by iiucretary Husk to in it te suitiitics of ai H mil territories of the Rocky iii reuioti He will liavi tnr that purpose this week SihcnYM with the fxpprovil of of wir hxs Jirecttni ihe LTetieml lit inform jen Crook 1 1iitire second regiment of in NT dLitribution tj tlu camjis of i National during the1 an inslead of going to itmeiit camp of instruclirn vt illlSon Neb rlkliiK Mlncrti tlvo Ind July If Tbo bltumln i at i oxvillu l milos north of 0 ijiiit work thrco weeks ago a misundersiaiiding in regard t face plan of measurement to work yielding their point 1 miners butTi couMget work i trade Uthirs given work as orders are ie This strike was not part of u nf the block miners vbich is rc ire itiin uhife ART NOT hit K AA i cu ii r i the fniiiiiL PvK CHARLES ALBER CO Have in their clothing department compels them to send for a third shipment which has just arrived and amongst them YOU will find Deautiiul soring overcoats new shades e uai to any tailor custom made at less than hail the price HENS SUITS wuich we have sold to some of our best citizens who have always had their clothing made by merchant tailors will hereafter be ntied irom CH IRLES ALBER Tailor made clothine Clolhlng Childvn ticky Poison FLYPAPER OTTO Druggist BOBERG and Cliem ist Lion Drug store NORTH SIDE are the We can show real novelties and parents astonished to find such an assortment in eity Parties have never bought from us find it to their own interest to call on No matter how monv years you have cieait with other houses andhow well you are satisistteJ times are ditierent and you will always find voucau do better by buying your clothing at CBABLES FISH FISH Daily ill the law Fish Market Work ul tinCurlUlv Srlinol IMU Si iiiOi Pa July iundred and seventeen young Indiius bi longing to tribes in IMkotn Motitani Nebraska Wisconsin Indian ti rritory New Mexico and Arizona have limshed a five years ourse at the gov ernment school here and left for thoir homes Six Were regular graduates All speak Knglish The young uicn have had goon training as mechanics and farmers while the girls have been well instructed In household duties Jaikson ill sinktlu FiiKltHh CHli AIK July Davies has make a contract with Peter Jnckfum the famous colored heavyweight pugilist to act us his manager during the remainder of his vacation from the California Ath lethic dub The contract provides for a tour of the Eastern cities and a trip to Knglfirid The 1araon will stnrt ahead in a few days and Jackson will follow in a week John L Hurt Skipped for Csnada HitAnn July LSullivan has really left Chicago for Canada At least this is the general talk among the THE NORTHWEST CONDENStO Hiniirjotu Jluttirs preliminary i tion of live rioters has been in before Judge Morns all day I oners are represented bv ibln but with the exception f the supposed leader ear to teel Cl position keenly The letjmouy thiw far introduced has been thU of poliue meti and is of a dicidiilly ijit character MankatoK T Walter nuumer nnd one of the owners of the big mill in this city after careful investigation declares that the wheat crop vf Jllue KiLitb county is not to be equaled in lu United States Not onlv wheat but corn and eamiot Le Hod government Jeet will commence work in a fow days repairing a dam at tho head of the Wisconsin channel of the river about tlmH above hero Tbe material for tTie vork to be ilono at the head of Lake Irpm ij un outlay of is nearly all icilv find worJt will or pushed foruard idly Tin improvements there include tin closing of one chaiiul of t4ie river Valley Walker instantly killcil and Wiliam Iulfirt m verely injured by a tump giving away while repairing a well at lilhuorc Trii pump waraised high in the air to allow thii men to work and in fulling lUrttek both men on the head Hed beetlon fm man un tho Minneapolis and St louls railroad WHS drowned in Ixille creek being taken with cramps while swim ming St of incorporation have been drawn up for a new female seminary at Minnelialia Among the tncorpomtors Miner Mall Jrnf A H iortfr Kev S li Rev N Stowers and a number of well known Methodists of MinneapoIiK and St Paul It is propound to give a lull seminary course St appointnunt of F J Casserly of St Paul is a deputy com missioner of labor statistics by Commis sioner Lamb has been approved by fiov Merriam eir Tress ry por t belt lait pitalion vary leavy n jiufiriMiiiionf in roi f tho line eMeiit where riURio1 burned out by Vvi in r at foil Thn week was iliurn Miu nnd iann for by i tveatbur tbe two radical eaen culiinet The king rein request and ihi v not consider agreements entered Oil the Kjgil to1 tin of iilFme the iv 1 and in Ther The tlierou Stang the leji a ministry tie ace respuiisibility on M week and Friday I was iradii pulilie Kmil Mang prime ministr iram Uluf Lygh liana Jtnlxu of the grammar school f i Iomievie Juilge Roll IIIIT chitnt and manufacturer at MOMS i ernor Arreberg of Tiiemtrkvn and i I loll It is a homogeneous cabind tho solid liight Whfliir if will he able to survive the next m he slorthing ti be seei Aretan derii trcaciiury is deiioiijtd liv all lili lals outiid of liis own pcr3ial iollnw Two Hundred Canadian Picnick ers Poisoned With Cream May Die Disostjous Fire Raging at Edin burg IndEntire Business Portion Threatened Three Prisoners Cremated In an Oregon JailDeath DaaltOut to Throe in Boston MNTurAi gue July IHThe lag of Setleys Hay was the i a poisoning which narrowly escaped lioing the most terrjhle tragedy over iicciirnng iu Canaila At a cmroh picnic Thurihlay nearly all present par took freely oi ice cream which had been kept over night in KIUC freezers Shortly after Miviral of tho piokniokera seiml with cramps and convulsions IQ less than an hour men women and children were strewn aliout tho grounds convulsed with agony The town only 1 two doctors but those recognising the symptoms and the soriousnesii of calamity summoned additional aid from twentytwo mites away A tiMiij force of physicians soon on land and began administering at which work they were kept busy the remainder of the duy and night Jood foituuj at ended thoir eltortn as DO far no fatalities have occurred although many of the patients we still Iu immi nent danger Dr Dowtm of Soeleyg nude mi analysis of tho cream and iiind that the poisoning wad due to lac tate of yino which it contained in largo 1HHLE DEADTWO MAY DIE Snnr Tlireo Tmlllo Kii illlo MUHMA WontHi lillilion by llor HUSTON July horriblo tragedy is onaotwd in Homorvillu Tho victims c Mrs Catharine Smith agod 45 ion ThonutB nged M and the perpofra r of the turriblo doed Augustilfl Ro nberg while two other children ol Mre Smiths injuret one of whom will dlo Kosenberg had boeu living vith Mrs Hmilh as her husband Tho iody of Mrs Smith was found in hed be had evidently been shot in the right empie whilu asleop Willie second inn agcd IU was found in a rooui in tho Ulic shot through tho body He will bably die Augustus another son 7 wan also found in the attic hbot i lie iiiiiutb und the physioiaiiH think s recovery jiossiblo Tho m a boy named rharles ngel o was ighllv wounded Ho was iu bed with s little sisier Mabel one year younger Mtor iiciomplishing his bloody work Ioscnberg jumped from a window and or some time was thought to have es aued but shortly afterwards his dead iody was found in liano com t about Ml feet from the scene of the murdoru Oulih mid Awful Hofrlliutlon Rosenberg met his death in A leeiiliar and unintentional manner diile trying to escape In scaling a ime al the end of the lane through ilueb he ran altor jumping out of t to window tindoctor thinks ho foil on a uleof railroad sleepoiH lying tliu itrlibmx intclo mid Ntruck his head on tpike nlijcli fractured hiti skull uud imll i killed him i UKS door to MOSHKR Horses For Sale TLirtyfiijht and fourteen rues frrsnlo by to Fai Claire Street Railway Company n an be seen at the ol Spnrti Cleveland has already made enough money to clear tbe seasons expenses At the opening of tho new polo ground at New York Ruck Ewing was presented with a gold watch when be ap peared at the plate for the first time a gift from his friends The last letter that the Earl of Dun raven has written to America relative to an internfltional vacht race shows that the writer is really desirous of having a contest and that if the new deed of gift uf the Americas cup is not satisfactory UKRoyal Yacht squadron and that is not available as a trophy he is willing to race for another prize or ust for the sport nf the thing MiLWAvXtn JUJT national eneampmeni of the G A R will beheld j in this oy nrrM of a few department to the contrary tiotwith taimuv A meeting has lwon held at which it was ueciJcl to issue a new in vitatkn to all posts of the country urgJ int thir members to come and partake of thtcitys hospitality Will Not Dlcourajp the Encampment KANSAS CITY July l inChief Warner of the G A R telej grajiis to the G A R headquarters i here that be will not dicourage a large a actvndance at the Milwaukee enj campment ncawitiistanding the refusal of he Iniirxtda lo grout a lceat3iuile Shutter n farmer near here drove his mo wing machine on his 4yearold daughter who was play ing in the grass One of the childs legs was out off Dodge tracklayers hove commenced to lay tho track on the branch which is being built by tho Chi cago St Paul and Kansas City Railroad company from Choney to Wasioja temperance alliance seized twentyfive barrels of beer and i stored it in a room During the night j the liquor was taken supposedly by the persons to whom it was consigned L R Fullerton WLS j elected president of the Eastern Dental association West Stroot of the chamber of commerce reports a most encouraging prospect for the water ways convention to ba held here Aug 6 All the most progressive lake inter ests will be represented and large dole gations from tho Northwest will be Dakota Watcrtown Daily Courier news paper office hts been cloed by thu sher iff Tho Hanking and In vestment company and several workmen are suing for payment of debta ttrM I hi nay brln m nn r TosftsUiin my sated stomaoh nrd 10 kwp n The birrl aas soon brought to m n a bit of gr vied tcast On a platter that was very and narrcT But I really couldnt eat It For I said url This swallows not a reed blri hut a sparrow Daaw IVKIS July In the lobby chamber of deputies i oieurred between M Thomson Algerian and a strung supporter of tlie govern ment ami Laur ibe upiosiiion ijep uty for the deparlment of M TiiomKon struck M Laur in tlv fae several times wilb his lists and then kicked him so severely that his injuriei had to be cared for by a surgonn Later in the day il Laur sent his adversary a challenge which was atCepicd Nobody Hurt PAKIS July Laur and M Thomson fought a duel with pistols tbis morning Neither was injured Foreign tncta Collins the novelist is Bfnlting Ilerr Weber lately German consul to Samov died at Hamburg Onehalf of the town jf Jjjarkend in Vmiretchinsk Kussia has been de stroywd by an Buffalo 13iJl has been engaged hy che French government to tich J50 cavalry ollicers to rido iu the American ntyie The King of Denmark will come to England to attend the t tjic 1rincess Louise of to the Karl oi Fife Henry M Stanley will receive 210 n night for the lectures delivered Lon don and a night lor thosn in the provincbS A dispatch from Berne says it is prob able that the proposed internationalla bor conference in that city will1 he post poned uutil next spring It has been decided to build a commer cial port in the Jnkerman valley three miles of Sebastrtpol It is expwjtod that the iort will be completed n The of gold dnring the past ialf yesr amonntl to ounces This is an iaerewj of iG0W ounces oer tii preceding half ytar iinitl In lull SIINVIIIK Ore July litThree were burned to death in the lit here about O oclock a m The firo in the front room whero tlio sheiiff slept which mado it ini iHible io reach tlie prisoners until tho ie wis iul out The victims wore ewton t ook agd fill a native of Ton Henry Hoover aged M a native I Miehigau and un noldidr arid Frank anier aged IK u native of Oernmny DininiK n Htuiiix In IllliiolM 111 July severe fnni and wind storm swept over county during which a great quantity of nun fell In this city ninny cullero were lloodnd Thousands of acres of ripe oalti were lovtjled to tho ground and rendered unlit for tho sickle and a groat part of oats acreage vill not he cut lie prospect was the ineHl in years Tbe barn on tho farm of John near Uiin city with all its ixinUmlu was iiunicd by a stroke of lightniiig UK Stoailv HAN July i nave for tin liiHt few days shaken the Territory around Los Oliven county Sixly distinct Hhocks occurred on Sun day Tho severest Hhock occured on Thursday morning The people are be coming alarmed at the disturbances C Miiivh A 10 lainliH i rim iyyfi Hi Innl No 1 orthrjrn WVliini fviit MxVfp riiiK Xo TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES The of New York city cel the liHh of July hy a gathering an uptown park where they had a ade picnic and games vtH show that etrangere Ne iir exceptionaj occagfom A of Philadelphians visited gagomont of y erect a monument It 14 in order to TheMiniHterial unU Charleston H C have adopted rent of Ur McDows acquittal of Capt Dawuon express nK their horrence of murder and ail ot flo lence tii Miniioaixiltt J hnn July X i i v N lulv j J I I J NV NoitJini 1 Northrn trucfe L Nu BUTTER AND E003 lalry Ho nan a no he went down t Older Tliiin lie Ixiloxi A very young man nipiwi a wealthy mans daughter My dear Ujy you ore Inyrmz In marry You are only tt chiM replitl Boy am ili 1 havr bad two attacks of in tlio last Siftiags faster Bify this to be a hot It is reported that Wiley the Uald Knobber and killed two rucn in Arkansaa They at tempted to capture him One of tbe uifnu name wag Jackson The other It unknown A car load of canned fruita and wlnw donated to the Johtutown by tfie citizens of Los Angelea Cal Bold at auction at Philadelphia and realized The will he turner over to tbe Jobnttown relief committeo A Txndon cabin says Mlas CaroliiM of New York will thortlr be married Edward Htzmaorice younger brother of the present Tlcerojr of India The engagement of Miat Oaldwell of Waakiagton b frinw Murat of France U alao n pnted A Difference Mistress Marie didnt I hear you make use of tbo exprosioo You littto brut In tbo nursery just nowf a French fa t ilrss Flossie do wtaes me sol Mistress Oh I thought yon wore speaking to Fido Send Him Floatie to cnc at once The Old Old Story Bashful Young Man Ahom ahem Sally Well Georgef B Y Sally do you jour would be my vTwkJy   

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