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   Eau Claire Weekly Leader (Newspaper) - May 12, 1890, Eau Claire, Wisconsin                             Call at Jacksoas Jewelry Store Examine the To f irea the Best ttaesscr on Claires Population Send in as many as you like It you TO buy His Clothing where lie caa gejt best qualities at lowest prices Tfcat Place is The Little Matter of Differ I ence in His Favor to His Army NEW Control May Q Dun fc Cos weakly review oftrade says Buring the pastweek the business ritua taonias changed but little the outward rnanifesta Thc Discorery Made After More a Promptly Fainted More Consols Nominated by the Presi ComingWest PHTLADELPAIA May special Has attracted unusual business men of this city suits made to ordej bought this season of us attention among the professional and Many TVQO have heretofore got then Come ami see for yourself at The StarGlethiBG Go Bin eFront East side GREATSALE OF The Immense Stock of Hard ware late the roia Washington to The Press says that the second comptroller of the treasury Jnsfc discovered that the government is indebted to Gen John C Fremont in the sum of For many years the treasury department has charged Gen Fremont with for which it was thought no voucher had een issued When Gen Fremont was placed upon the retired list with the rank of major general under the special act of congress recently he called at tae treasury department to say that if beld to make up thifi balance he would be left in want A few days ago he called on the second comptroller to see what conclu sion nan fim j told vorTohTre i had been discovered which proved that instead a debit of 119000 there waTa of ii his accent was news that Gen Fre ttinted A warrant for amount due has been delivered to him GRtST OF CONSULS Gronnd Out by the Wort em Men lucluded WASHINGTON May 10The president sent to the senate the following nomina tione To be Consuls of the United of New y somewhat but m leading facts are still the enormous vol ume oftraffic in progress the expecta tion of monetary expansion and the ab sence of forces at present seriouslvdis turbmg even in details There is jus now so much repetition from weekto week that it seems less worth while for once to recite them than to look for the forces which are likely to control details in the future Chief and most potent ofc the present favoring influences is still prospect of increased monetary use of silver in some form though no proK Trvrtrmvil O ress toward accord of the two hensof s sterna tohare been made There haveeven been some iudt n week la so strong t action beca the measure may fall ahort is commonly overlooked and wints any by aTchicairo concessions at many other produce confidence of early amicable adjustment so serious disturbance of avoided This has Interesting Facts About the Country Trnrerswl by the Northern PaHflr Printed potency as a factor enormous equally able to ben sette their e discoura roanaeers have nft 8ettle dis ms 1 putes The jjreat cut in through rates and the confession of trunk tKsf r M evaded have uepreesed stocks at one tune notwithstanding cou tiiiued pains in earnings later Reaction in wheat of which became there Batoum ot aughanof Probably Richer fa Natural Resources Thau Any Mher Part of the Union A Pew Examples of Rapid Itevelopmont Ia Mining Lumbering Fanning and StockKafsiug Fortyono or two years ago Daniel Webster thought Oregon was so from the capital of the United Stntea that if the territory should be admitted to the Unionher representatives could not j reach Washington until yeu Dff talf after election One or tv changes have occurred since then it s a pity Daniel cant be around among us for a few days just to note diflto enoe His early attention wcrald prob ably be called to the fact that the three or four thousand of which this country marveled over in 8oO had grown to a mere hundred thousand in 1890 and that the onrney from OreKon to the Potomac which once occupied three or four hundred days can be accomplished now m about a week on regular daily pas senger trains with only one change of And how few people there are livinjr today who know that such a possible or when or how it was brought Tibonrrif THB LEADER should state without some sort of an explanation that it was tho result of a combination or two railroads each with extensive n Wisconsin and ono of them a line into Eau Cluirc some of our readers would utrfv the editor to be a very broad statement and i Is Here are a few figures on the sub ject Tha owners of the Drum Lmniao mine locate near Helena take from i Si ahUOSt worth gold and silver ore Tho Uioster ui turns out aixmt 4500 tons of tulj t allied at Ore from the Red Motuifaiin an average per ton located 011 tho western aid UOH greatest niming city in Ameri the citv hunts are six mines each pro es any numlw ofothdra whose daily output exceeds 100 tons At Anaconda and Phillipsburg there mines equally us productive 11 g Mountain uucl of Idaho fc h mountains andde Rich and extensive Mm silver have Wen found m the mountains and the Cuvur repou is an especially good field fnr winme emitn of So railroad there aru thousands of worked up Idaht is exceeds bo in aron miles Two o of the beautiful lak known to THMAfMlfALMfll The McKInler Tariff Bill Creating Unfavorable Interest In The British Muy Not Participate lu the Chicago Worlds Fair If It Passes What Action the Government Will Take Not lwided Till tho Formal lnvi 1 Received LONDON May ioln the house of commons Mr Collins Unionist member for Bonledoy isked whether nT the event of the tariff bill now Coding in me Amencan congress becoming alaw the government would take steps to British manufacturers to carry thoir oxhibit intQChicago on the occa sion of the projujstd worlds fmr Mr ollhiB w1 that he the question the McKinfcy tariff hill opor ated to prohibit tho importation mtb the United States of the urera bir Jimes Ferguson under And Nothing but Moths Was the outcry of a good many people last fall in our Establish ment who ran their own chances by not insuring their furs against moths therefore keep your furs insured agniast moths This notice e give to our numerous friends nd natrons as it ia aoir time ITor uuru lone so it will le advisable to do so now ns it pays them well The limited expense is nothin damage only to compared to the great he motlis can do Not koep the moths out but the gen eral cleaning and to get tho furs back in the fall entirely Is now on the market Come alone and see the Greatest Bargains in Stoves Oils Paints Shelf and Heaw Hardware Fine Guns Etc ol oarrua iawin Stevens of Pennsylvjuiia at i of that kind PernambucoCharles Ware of loxva at biKner prices v ftTA i rrn v To 6 T recognized that injury to winter wheat may count for 50 000 000 htLsnels at least but spring seeding has covered an increased acreage a largerpcld of that kind woufd nafcir Bartlcmn of Massachusetts at Qiracas R B Mahany of York Santiago To Prevnt DenecraUom of Onr Seven Reasons Wiiy You Should Buv Caldwell has introduced in the house a bill introduced in the house by S S in the Fortyfif th congress to T desecration of the United States ago and accounts of injury voar but the of to cmbarr Ur o t 1 HIT i T aT or rum in the Fortyfifth to the I ffenerally nterUinea ta SUCh U8C fe out west over on t or the oK IK milnxul ohdutiou or combination or co rela vith Ore and the Pa The f America name St 3 such use of SorHt0ra Maho uuir line if the Northern Pncifio It is claimed there nothing m the Old or New Worlds that can compare with these two bodies water m grandeur urdiveraty of soeuu An Kortrnt of It can be claiuuxl for tho now Rtato of VVashingfcm thnt she is richer in natural respmcoH than almost uny other section of the Union The prawn t prosperou condition of the wtjite is due almost wholly to the completion of the North ern i ucinc railroad and the opening of its many branch linos Steven year to before tho Northern Pacific wan bmlt was about Now thore are ntHrly a million iHplt m the stutc uotrm f t horn IIIK uny tnmlto atnlj in wtinw f r7n y iTho f rrtil and Busily cnltivututl Lu I of ni in rjUMOil in piofiisicin also a grciit timKr Ktjitt conUiihinir than one huiulrwl uiut fifty bHlioi choice piue tiiu e matter of o the worlds fair by her mn aieut waich could only determined aftor a careful review of ne advantages likely to accrue to Great nation1 of such partici SSdSfl tollld bo cietitled until after a foriunl invitation Chicago Sir fo n un Pa6se found to jTCclndetho profitable HnJb iti American murkcta of British oods i frn on the H of G wctent oxhibite to STRUCK A BROKEN RAIL FREE FROM DUST s tlio money as tho fur looks now md fresh by the time you got them back again Nothing but SIIIUTS In from y one oi our ranging ocean ingtoii ehaU disfigure the mitional year with stiff phsoned for not less than thvtv both r not less than thirty lard receipts at made at home and in buying one you patronize home industry preserve food better than any other Third better made are more easily cleaned SiXth bare the beet circulation thereby insuring perfectly the dry air at all tiniFs you no more than mauy otbera of interior make W aothinjf but the best of hardwood in their construction walU packed with mineralfibre packing which non D ijupercanc bettor than charcoal or any other tilline 6 buy a hollow waHa follosns partial list of usinjr them iicd to whom we refer you Geo B Shaw Galloway House Koyal Menomue Sam Fowler B P Siuous J G Krry lg j Q t C A liullen Herman Lango John Wright i H M Joret J B Stocking RF Wilson Thos Smith las Bonnell Jr Jas Turnint Geo Whitueld DB Hotehkiss Abe Devine R Scammon Alex Wateon Rev Hoyme John Carroll WF Bailey Will C Johnson WJ Starr President Vllt St PanX WASHINOTON May is not un likely that President Harrison and his family will take a Western trip during the coming JiGy He has received a very flattering invitation to attend the great conference of the National Ednoa tipnal association which will be held in that moiltn and it is under stood that he is decidedly favorable to accepting if public duties will permit of his leaving Washington for a couple of weeks NO DANGER FROM DROUTH Copious Reported from Nearly All 3iorthvrefttcrn ST PAUL liny weather nmp Bhows a small deluge to have prevailed on all bides of us but there has as yet been no rain in this section The pnv cepitatioii at Rapid Oity ft D was 90 La Crosee 78 36 and Mil waukee Chicago an STOW Stronger at th West In general operation in ducteare remarkably large with 1 year and for 0 againi The beef cattle are nearly t pro ary goods business continues in full volume and the shoe trade is also larger The volume of all trade bv ex changes outside of New York about 10 per cent above last years which in turn waa the largest on record The inouoy markot in fairly with prospect of increasing tiiliuros dunngthe last seven days number for the United States for Canada 24 total compared last week For the correspondinir week of hust year the luf m the TJmted States 29 in Canada MlnneapolU Milling MrxsEATOLBMuy milla last week ground more flour than in any vrtxk Kince The agifreKate output was J 149800 continnouK trip of four Wed in the midst t prame and mountain amoua the world ov its varied and re Mr Hyd says that whut world at large our republi ine and hardwootl forests i unlimited uiineral sources its productive agricultural choice lauds will make this Northern Pacitic country from Chicago to the cvaat the riohest and troe irtof theUnitwl Statcs fora 7 to Development is the ing and that cominir than you or I can comprehend iOniost wholly through the effte of the Northern Pacific Kaflroad coiunn state dono oral Tlio mineral wealth of Wash Jargf nntl diversiJIwl Gold uxiHt in lavish quan been j rnnde to The C coiupnny mingAgricultural after leavin Northern ronte in soiiii Hoctious i Sxwrcely anjtliing has he mn duatry that could ninkHyb osmimu gigantic in Wjwhiiigton In th r i 1li1rtof Ht4lte tli Cascade Hnl Hoclry tnoonteJiw Hie x1 les afford iurituiH tin round with an aljitrilante of tiur water cltwo at Imrid The Nurlhin riiilroai tniVLrsuM tinslate i i eUHtl WuHt ujrl ana mw ire jllannefl f tnno in to reach particularh rich anil desirable Action A Little lUnlory JL ror R Probitbly the fiint town yKUib1 territory that in 1850 b road Train And Klllwl received hore alout niilmKit of u bad trum wmsk at Wy Hittlu town forty iiiiliti nii t iicago liurlingtn and ry iiieugro only iUi Tho ncconniirKlation train known No whid runs botweoh Auirru mil Galva lrft thw track be Princeton Three men are known ftir tn and it rnmoriKl that there are several bitdly nnl lightly iu Thc uilmit nf the aia Nothing but jured Pacific Kotn awd tlie Dakotas not be spei fied for with the exception of the Twin Cities and their vicinity niin has fallen everjwhere wtlun twenty four hours in the Northwest MILLIONS IN FUEL GAS barrels 10 barrels in 1881 Tlrottlod If Company PHILADELPHIA May IpThc Ameri can Life insurance company clowod its doors Premdent wtu rrr m T xr Moniifiiriure i sued ly the attorney general to jumtur in May companies f court and show cause whv we capital Mtock apgrwates I not le cloiiwJ woiild to that Mmnesota mid North KkcTtafunn era and bettor wheat than producel anywhere else and record will bo iriaintoinod notwitlwtjiiidiuir tbu coming era of funning in Vth these states But wheat alonfc th onJy crop rawed even nw All tbf cereals are ciiltivntisil Inret yields of and root crops ar KHtliered everj your by the faimeis flnuridh at almost ill towns along the railrdiul is becoming an important in mcwt of the counties between Rcl and the Missouri rivers in North Dakota and in the mction west of the Minnonri iir I I bieM ninwa Sji the country around tl watera f the Missouri am two grout mountain struck what iM tli river and followed it ti the Tlie city of Abtona HJW Ktandb abmit wlnrc tJio v W vnnrw after finishing fhdr jouruey IM liy CdfignKH and lrMulnt ThiiiniH Fnim that bfginhK the Htatn of i with a population of uhniml haVf l an aria f H5 aria Iortlimd the coininnial wjnurtr Ui i LULI 1 eit filllle ind y train nut be determined till tlio relief which lofthwpe at a m the scents of tho disaator Tlie aouiduttt occurred at oclock The train was runniuK at a of about twenty hvo an hour when it struck broken or rnisplaced rail and went into ill tcli alonpmk the track Every OMB of ccmrhua it wild luft track but it they are not complotely It to niiinei of any of the men who wore JciUwl or even to whothor iney were trninmon o In tlie ptlfer win do w rairgfiig from 25c mm Aiitt co HAKSTOW EAU CLAIRE W1S POORHOUSE FIRE VICTIMS Thlrtr Iloilir Noiiwiru more boditi It4uvnrrilDrupn With Illll4t N Y May JoTl rfcovn1 from tiio f the uountvjxi at PruKtun Thm bringH up tiUil of rervrwl ti ft M ffarort thnt vwal tiurfc aro wtjll ImricJ in tiiidubm TlH lwtof tiniitray lunji luitt been capUmd Hovirrul them roHwted th oniwn nntl the shorjff W4w obliged to hi K Kit maniacs boforo he cotihl Le f one of the ran f rur ovr tlm ilnnl witho t Jn capitalist The tones will be located in Lansing Call and Examine Them at Richardson Hobbs Co A O t W Wis May The Grand Lodge of United Workmen ad iourned late in thr Tlie ofn elected are Grand master H II ZithE Milwaakce fcrerosnT Eiroy overseer J M Thaver recorder H C Tlie bcaeiou will be held at Milwau kee Alliance Irealdenr Jn Con Kan Hay 10 Thr nt of the Without Shelter OT SHREVEPORT May 30The relief HTeajriftr New Haven Iiaa from Black and reports the people there in a dwtrfKsing condition the whole tion merffed and many The people are without necofaaries of life Many were rescTjcd from perilous UY tne New Haven way r or the Meteoric Pound FoRBiT CITS Iowa tconc ctcno weighing 104 jounU alxnt twenty wtwtand a lit 11 north of thin 35000 ROLLS OF WALL PAPER WALLPAPER PAINTS AT LOWEST PRICES JTAfTHALllfB of Drug GO UUtrlct Tliird district Dernocratjc congressional con to a late Horn Sarauel J Randall and sfter a lengthy the until Monday PECULIAR AND FATAL H D In to TiUlnx v YKK Co vft comjij by gzlv from South and Ontml and to tin recent a silver loving cuj of artiKtic design for presentation u Elaine a mark of esteem of doacm A to London Standard from Bays the French gov ernment of JSa ropcan on object of common actjcm agafnit Anarchurti bot erprewd a that Atutria hhrmld take the initiative in the move Mhlch ABEKDJOCT S D May 20An bound and a herd of horvyj lided near wjth both train and herd o a but Kttick wih their down tie tis of np rn Hrah K B the track torn ur fjr jrxj Sul Tht Joe Diron ferribly March 8 and probably I Tba Equator took off I crow ip Ejnator arrived at North froia Capt Ilrjan and crrw Sarah JiizzaniH nnd worth i XT JHfPit would havens think North Dakota is a good allround agricultural 8Ute IJyji Htuck If you or I ownwl and a niil road with in New York city and We would think it a KI gintic affair aw indervl it would How grcHt tlie Sr fwwhen tho State rf Montana alone it hfw uiiledge fimugh to cxjver the dintnnce from New York har nor to Milwitvitppi rivor mile of tho road through a laden with ing kind For the flrut tlirew hundred going went through the of the fainoufl YelJowgtone river the countrjis peculiarly ftdaptel tx and stock ruiaing nplendid Hhip pmg facihtien to thn big rnarfta afforded by the Northern Pacific liive developed that industry BO rapidly in thw part of the state that it ia to obtain annual re porta of number of cattle and horses owned in the The of City thre most importftnt liveotock cenwmof Ewreern Montana Forerr The Pacific orna and oper a line to the Yellowirtcme Nationiil park leaving the wutin lino at park containing 3675 wquarfc milefl wiw apart by in 1872 for the berefit and of tbe people by four even eight are unwi to convey f all jjointa of inter est in the Park TIit two and thoun anda trf boiling attnict rnort attention from vuriiorri of gtyKerti sure known world Old Faithful hourly are exhibition Of terri ble power and awful grandeur N or bnwh picture of thr Park can fittingly bfeautiwi and wonderw Thf only way to Isarn it tut it actoaJly is to visit it and remain two or three and only way to get there if to hop aboard a Wwcorurfn Ontral train in Eau Claire ride over to 8t Pnul go over Northern Pacinc any at p m Mitring of Montana Whem anything wild or written about the raining of Montana ix KOTO to a in store for every lixtenvr and reader In the central and wewtern the nUtf arnong Rxky almort TaJ w found in JTUIL Jtwt gold and nilver nr the produced annrxal wotput erf two vuluabU If wnxl that of uuv will taittle lJllllgt011 1111 WIl HlHk ruistTH and Utwiade iinnintuiiiH jmd Coiuit ri heavily Ujnbfjrml Tlie for fruit culture IH VRlimbl for shiir rnwing Tho cJiief exjxrt or the nmto are wheat Wojl lum ber and tuilmon Go Out Thrrre is much written altout tlio wnridcrful N Pacific country Nothrng Ix citioH of Ileleiin Krxkan IrallH and TIUOIIISI Perhuik Ujo JIKM to do urjy justice Home Ktonen of ari for Yoir rnoro Unit rthrrn n wtid Kattis tlif ri y ti ih vlonrnent wtmld hjivr f tluit niifht jmrrnaiiffntly duKtroy f mind of whoever wot wn for liirj Mlf If you want to Lbut learn nil abvut it go over to St Pun I P B Oroat who in tho big bailrtmtfat the foot of Fourth Ktreet If you cant find oHLur of jentlcritn up CaJ tJt white building on Third neur UT hotel They will kro ycnir wbnt you want and ti fearth w jrourKorat Northern PnciJic rnilroid Hiocx CITV May Cftw of VH PuJjtj court here returner a of thft pJaintiff TJinit wiw for of i timptid awvniJt on thr plaintiff Jnni Oimplxll by a t pJl jir running into city v4r and St PHUJ cawj will VVIII JVliy IDTh of the WAtern win UUy They finished ir revision of the nilwt and vjj m w u whole If the Winriin irtti will give JU raUi will withont In vrc will U inU and a chairman noun Qui May HiNiW Ottawa otiiof thf viojfilit iitiiiitf in thu Iniriicd aflyltint IIHH djud fniii tlirr shock Him dUHUiimd on lit of tljc Kov KuthnrH Mo and Wulnh who bn1 bion ro Prtd lmt are Wandering irfbrouglit in daily thnn di jniniKliing thn Jirt of tho CiKVKrAM Ohio May motor rnrH Ixgtin running over bridgtanrl tb Brooklyn Htrorf Railway cojiijiiny wnt nn tr work Htrimfflhcniiig Ui Mructure to makr it unfa for Jtcnvy tn jt irwin t fXni d Hinnu ntun hijvtnty from ground the si of a rujxr two workman i 3 v fal1 tr tla Something New AS GOOD AS SILVEB AND FOR ONETHIRD THECOST AND ARE LESS THAN HALT THE COST OF Silver HAYIHQ APIECE Of Sterling Silver MMf M ky out THEN PU1U EimitC luk taM Kvt I tbn The Holmes Edwinh 1 Silver Ca CONK For sale only liy AND SEW JACKSON 1298 Buratow St EHU Claire Abstolutefy Pure i Hwi maJMtnde of low UnUmlr Iwrder Co liC Su N y Hid May 10fievere local in Lawrenco which did greit darnago to and wmaJJ brjjldjngx A train tbe Ohio and iught in ikir vortex between here a ml ville and Several were and torn up Telegraph wirfTi are badlr Smoke the Cuban Rose and the celebrated Pets Cigars from choicest Imported Ha vana Tobacco THE HAVANA DAISY Gc For ulo by all Dont f mi too for them by E BKUKN 510 Gall flirty St F A MENDE On account of tbe underhand work done of butchers of thin city will maata from thia date at the following low prices STEAKS Hound Steuk per lb ipOs 10 10 08 Veal Porter HOUHO Pork ROAST IJccf Koast Pork Ven Mutton STEW jxr JKT ROBERT SATHER County Clerk at Court ia to draw acknowledge other promptly and to action of thoce who may call upon him Veal Stew Mutton CHOPS Veal Chopri jer HJ Mutton SALSAOES ft OS 08 10 0 to OS 10 10 per ill 3 Ihs for Link Sausage Bologrw Liver Jlood Head Cheese Sausage Meat All other meats in proportion 313 W BarstowSt Eau Claire 10 25 25 25 25 08 L SEYBERTH tSlXTIf UAKD 3IEAT MARKET yB ho is prrpared to sell meat as cheap as anyone in the city and wil meet any pricelist 622 Bellinger St Sixth Ward   

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