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   Eau Claire Weekly Leader (Newspaper) - June 22, 1895, Eau Claire, Wisconsin                             i IS EAU CLAIRE WEEKLY DER EAU CLAIRE WISCONSIN SATURDAY JUNE 22 1895 THE DITCH IS OPEN Kaiser William Cut the Threac and Sent His Yacht Through BALTIC AND NORTH SEA JOINED Salutes from All the Warships Which Are Answered by the Hohenzollern KIEL Juno The weather wai magnificent and the greatest animatioi prevailed uvcrywhcro At tlio earliest hours of day thousands of persons were alrcarty en route tr Holtouau auc Lovoiisdl in order to await tho arrival of the imperial procession from Bruns bnttel The special train conveying tho rep resentativi s of tlie press arrived here from Hamburg at a m Tho shipping in tlio harbor profusely ducorated with bunting and tho whole port pro HI nted a very picturesquu appearance The stands in the neighborhood wer filled with Kiyhtseors and masses ol people were unable to obtain seats and were grouped here and there and every where Started Through tho Cnnnl PmxxHUTTKi June a quarter of four tho imperial yacht lent with Emperor William and the princes on board entered tho wostGifn water gate of the Baltic aud North Hea canal in order to formally open it The gate was magnificently decorated and the passed through amid ringing ohwrsby tho military orgaai Ealioiis students and masses of the pooplo tho bands playing tho national anthem ftfld acoinpanying tho irusic weru the voices of tho crowds assembled who joined heartily in tho chorus His majesty stood on tho deck of his yacht and bowed his thanks with visible emotion on all sides At 4 oclock tlio severed tlio threads stretched across tho canal and com menced the passage of the new water way The arrival of the Hohonzolloru was witnessed by tho empress of Germany Princess Henry of Prussia and their suites who occupied tho Hotel Belle vuo Opentnc nn AcrampllHhed IIolTKXAi Juno lern reached tho canal lock hero at bfing the first vessel to formally pass through the canal and was greeted with cheers from the mass of specta tors Tho appearance of tho Ilohen Kollern was tho signal for a simulta neous cannonading from the vast floet of warships in tho hay as thev tired salutes in honor of his majesty The Jlohenxollera then replied with her guns to tho salutes of tho foreign war ships and tlie opening of the canal was accomplished in fact The Kaisei Adler with the Jevman and grand unues on board com pleted tlie passage of the canal at and tlie hiM vessel of the processior passid the burg at I p m VoiHTitMn IlKhop to Marry nir Trim him1 0 It v K llarirnve vciiirablo bishop o Methodist chnrh Soutli 1ianvd in Kansas Jtv to Mrs Scanitt motherinlaw of Uishop Ibndnx aUo tic Mfihodist oluirch IMvhop llar1ovi K years of iic and rM r i In a liw yoais his r T of their i ii iii rau d a irruat Dr Prices Uream Baking Powder Worlds Fair Award Man Clairo June Thf inolations are made wifkly by rofiMvm e to tho following me re ban Is imuimuinil Cult to i Kansas beof T V Sheep J to c I amix to Clives VN to Hides i to v iVlts liV Wool in pork Sieatn lard N1 LtMl lard r Hams liUto drain irloy oats iv ioni round loou to Biltd hiy to olts f lilfd straw iii i ikt nit111 ptMton V KKTAilJ ro i e iriss Mti Viinothy extra Voice i0 itiv v loviM nuJium inru nil h wIntpfrJ Ux s io ahalfa lo IriMison or S irft pT bushel Millet f I W bus hoi Lxiul pMsor Kui 7 bone nuil I11 Itiis trni I to Ix1 nvit ton s ti 1 iimb I1 to r pork b Vt i ii to VJ saiN iue It U to M 1 to IJ v 10 tv Ii tir od Iiiu kiM 1Jc O A v Iu ihivo anl lud IJ1 I u J1 iio tMi unreis i pie Spiixu I V por 1 tbUOystfr li dluH OM Kic plirt Ji ptr il Jev onions binub J National Kduoatterfiitl Convention DENVER June J C MacNoU of the Kansas City pub lic schools treasurer of the National Educational association is in Denver concluding arrangements for the an nual convention to be held here July 5 to 12 Never in the history of the as sociation have tho prospects been sc good for an immense gathering and ho estimates an attendance of 20000 Durnert the Books DENVER Juno committee re cently appointed to investigate the books of the town of Highlands Den vers largest suburb has reported to the city council that certain books were burned by exCity Treasurer Wygaut now county treasurer so that they might not be examined by the com mitt oe Chimneys Musut Smoke ST PAUL Jtino Judge Willis will not allow tho chimney of the Oil man terrace to send out any more black smoke and noxious gases Ho granted a perpetual injunction against tho Capital Investment company and Alexander Cathcart the former tho owner and tho latter the agent and gave judgment for damages in the sum of against the defendants This is the beginning of a war against tho smoke nuisance in this city Five ConclHH Overturned HOUSTON Tex Juno relief train is being made up to go to Eureka live miles out where the northbound Missouri Kansas and Texas passenger train is in tho ditch five coaches being Priwlflcnt nt Ynnkton YAXKTON S D June II K Warren president of Salt Lako collegt has boon elocted president of Yanktoii college vioo A T 1Veo resigned Looking Into the Merits KT PAUL June 18 The case of the appeal of tho Great Northern Railway company from the order of tho railroad and warehouse commission commonly known as tho Stconerson wheat rate case came up in tho district court be fore Judge Korr Tho entire day was devoted to the examination of Colono William Crooks and D C who testified to tho cost of thO OOP struct ion of the road For tho School Fund lKitUK S D June IN Commis sioner Lockhart is distributing fliHi 000 interest and income fund which is di vided among the counties on school population and goes diroctly in the school fund of each district and viO of permanent school fund which is livided among tho counties on tfio vot ng populationwill bo loaned by tho joard of commissioners at U por cont u tores t LEAGUE AUXILIARY Likely No Resolutions Will Be Presented to the Repub lican Convention AN ADDRESS AS A SUBSTITUTE This Thought to Be the Safest Discussion in Committee CLEVELAND June The second days session of the national conven tion of Republican clubs opened with every prospect of harmony notwith standing the contest for three days le tweon those wearing tho yellow and tho white badges The only differences wore on the silver resolution On tho tariff and every other question tho delegates were united in standing by the antecedents of the party A I drone Instead of The point was made iu the early hours of the morning that it would bo good polities to avoid collision on the only point in dispute This was im possible with tho usual declaration of principles by resolutioiiSj because no one could draw a resolution that would satisfy both the Eastern and Western delegations It was proposed to go further than Thurstous resolution and adopt only an adoress which would set forth that the 1uhllo Iundn WAMASII Ind Juno 1 Judson J lUkuns Kiias li Saylors and James D Maibuck commissioners of Wabash county have been placed undor arrest m grand warrants Nineteen in liotments wore found against the throo for tho misuse of public funds and naking illegal allowances nine of tho udictments being felonious and mis lenieanors Noxt 1nlvorsftl Postal Convention WAMHINOTON Juno 20 At the eon orenco hold hero between Director liohn of tho Universal Postal Union at lierne and Assistant Postmaster General Neilson it was do to begin tho meeting of tho Inter lational Postal congress to be held lere in on tho first Wednesday n May About six weiks will be do roted to the session PIERCE CURE OR MONFV IS REFUNDED Disonso follows a rundown system with tho livw inactive and tlio blood disordorwl Iiinplfs Boils Soros Carbuncles Ulrers and Uko manifwtntiuns of inipuro blood should driven out of tlio system with Dr Piercos Golden Midicnl Oiscovcry Mrs KlHN of 618 E Streot New 1orh City writre ftfl follows It plifisoa me to fifjifc tliat I bad u run nine upon my iurk and had it oper ated upon three times and still it wiifl not cured I was also run do vn very much There WHS n decided change after usintf Dr IMMvestioldin Mcdienl IMstOverj 1 took a few hotilea and WM Bonn cured Later my had a lump lnhiiil his ear he tried rour inrdiciijf and one bottle cured him I thall always ncomincnd your medicines Jlus Krus O eilil b v ttrirvi 1 Frll I 11 K CALTHOS iif MMI nrlifli M VON MOHL CO illin A u Cunnnn TKXAS Kast runue County tlt souhern liiil rivui betxvtvMi New Orleans L and Oalvostoi and on the Sabine Kivvr navirallo water comnuni cation with the Julf of Mexico llviongh Sabine 1ass OK1TKS TO Tlie bost Kicp Vocetahle Kniit Orain and niversiluvl Kartnini Land in texas at liovorninent pricos OlKrv Tv M An almost inexhaustible supply of Hard aud Timber of every variety Lowest Kail and Water Transportation Rues Kxoellent Site and Facilities semitropical healthful and pleasant Climate For further information cor fspond with The Orange Poiild of Pra o Orange County Texns HALF KATES To Baltimore Md and Return Via Baltimore Ohio Rail In nn Auxiliary und not a primary organization and therefore it would bo bost to await the action of tlio Republican national convention of and not anticipate it All efforts among the leaders and delegates as well as among the com mittee men were directed toward this plan with a view to preventing such a light in convention as there was in tho committee on resolutions It is ex pected that tho silver men would show their strength in running Trumbo for president and again in pressing a uii nority report on silver but those two interesting numbers on the programme were declared off on a draw Silver AbHorba All Intercut The silver question however con tinued to absorb all others as it has done all week On this question the states hud in their previous delegation meetings cleekled to act as ft unit and tho silver men realixod that their scat tering minorities v0io throttled They nlso charged that tho organization of the convention especially in the com mittee on resolutions was against the vote and there was a disposition to railroad the old Minneapolis platform through without giving them a fair hearing For three days the yel low and white budges representing tho two factions had been fluttering from contending breasts anil there was ex pected to bo a showing of hands As most of the members of the committee on resolutions had beon previously iu structod by their respective rtolegu tions it was necessary for them to con fer with their colleagues on tho pro posed address and this revived the agitation by states These conferences also delayed the assembling of the cou voution which was to have boon to gether at 10 oclock and was delayed over one hour Warner Miller Spoke When President Tracey called tho convention to order at 11 a m tho first thing done was tho appointment of Sen atorelect Thurston of Nebraska H Clay Evans of Tennessee ExGovernor Prince of Now Mexico Messrs Good now of Minnesota and Buck of Georgia to wait on Senator Warner Miller of New York and invite him to address the convention While these gentle men retired to escort Mr Miller to the hall tho committee on crurleiitinls re ported in favor of seating both delega tions from South Carolina This was adopted Ou tho report of tho corn mittoo the rules of the Hoed house aud tho Denver convention were adopted Hon Warner Miller then addressed the convention Turin1 SUM nn Inane Mr Miller argued forcibly against the tariff being taken out of politics Ho held that tlio conditions were such ivs to prevent if not render it impos sible Any party whose policy did not raise sufiUieut revenue and created de ficiencies was a failure The Republi cans were not for tariff for revenue only but for a tariff for a surplus also His argument for the Monroe doctrine and tho American flag on Hawaiian soil was vigorous As neither Dopew McKiuloy nor any othor candidates for the presidency were present he was reluclaiit to discuss auy con tested issues bur he arguod at length for sound momy and such a reorganiz ation of tho banking system as ex tended the circulating medium without dependence on government bonds for the issues of bank notes He hoped tho party would stand by its record for bi motalism on a privity He had tho full est confidence in other nations soon consenting through an liiurnatiounl commission to bring silver to its old place as a standard money and believed it vnouM be impossible to bring about such a result without the cooperation of other nations A rising vote of thanks was given ox Senator Miller As the committee on resolntious was nor ready to report an opportunity was iven ail to offer resolutions which were referred without debate Hcso lutkus poured in on the Cuban insnr Hawaiian republic the Arme nians and all other foreign subjects Blackwell of Massachusetts offered n resolution favoring the right of women to vev at all elections and congratu lating the wornMi of Colorado and Wy t in ing upon their posessiou of the elective franchise Mr Blackwell also tsffeivd a resolution arraigning the ad ministration fur its Turkish policy Mr of Maryland offered a resolution which he said would the Democratic states It pn cabbage per H s corts TotatiHs pvi k Hu b TIOS cents Green IVas We jtr peck Kohlrpk I0c jer dozen HV per pound On July K md 1 theH O K R will soil exriirsieil tickets u HuUimoro Md 4t rato ol oiib fare for the round trip on luvoum of Baptist YOMIU Peo Inion Meeting Tuktts will ho tjvKHl for return until August 1 Side trip excursion tickets tvill e sold frotu IviUimoro to Washington D C Va Harpers Ferry W Vi and Hvv Ridce Vn iu delightful Chesapeake resort i at very rates For further information call on or address L S Alien Assistant Agent ChKngo 111 m v MOTHERSFRIEND CURES RISING BREAST I have been a midwife for years in case where MOTHERS was usod it accomplished wonders shortened labor and lessenel the pains It is the tost remedy for rising of the Rrenst known and worth tho price for that alone MRS M M BREWSTER Montgomery Ala Sent bv Erprej or mall on receipt of pricei lOO Voitlt Book To tntillcxi BEADFIKLD REGULATOR CO SOLD BT ALL rides for a protective tariff reciprocity honest elections gold silver and paper on a parity an aggressive foreign policy eto Silver men and antisilver men con tinued for some time alternating in offering resolutions that did not ma terially differ from those that had been previously piledNip on the secretarys table by representatives of their re spective factions Mr Knowles of Delaware broke the monotony by offering a resolution for one prosidoutal terra onlyvof six years Thou in order to shut off the flood and fuss a motion wus made that tho rule for the reading of resolutions bo rescinded This brought out a debate on the gag rule ExGovernor Prince Senatorelect Thurston and others opposed shutting off the reading A debato followed in which neither the speakers uor tho choir could recognize each other Chairman Robinson from the com mittee on resolutions came to the hall and reported that the committee had worked all night and up to this hour and had hoped to be able to report in the morning but if all these resolu tions wore to be considered the com mittee could not report before next week The motion to rescind the rule for the reading of resolutions in tho convention was lost Shortly after 1 p m a recess was taken till 2 p m In the afternoon tho subcommittee on resohitious was not so near a settle ment as appeared aiter sunrise The committee of revision did not settle on any expression on tho silver question and the subcommittee is progressing slowly Several attempts made to poll the delegates on presidential prefer ences but they were inclined not to commit thomselvos and the only thing they sonm interested in is tho declara tion on nuances DEFIED BY MANITOBA HAYWARD GETS A STAY DEBATED IN COMMITTEE 8ilvor Ouontlon CHUHOS Much DJicuftfllon it Clovoland CLEVELAND Jnne was after 3 a m when tho subcommittee on reso lutions of thn league which had been in socrot sossion in the Hollendon ad journed Mr Blackwell of Massachu setts presented a resolution inclining very strongly towards the gold stand ard mid other resolutions ex pressing all sorts of vnws on tho money quostion followed It was aoon evident that there were only two real silver men on tho committee Senator Uubois of Idaho and Mr C E Allen of Utah They fought like tigers for free coinage making vigorous speeches which wotto listened to with close attention They spoke for free coin age at IU to 1 without waiting for tho cooperation of any other na tion As the discussion progressed n tendency bocaiuo manifest to dodge the entire question by declining to adopt resolutions of any kind A reso lution was offered declaring that it is not the duty of the league to adopt n platform for tho Republican party as tihat important action should be loft to the national convention which nomin ates presidential and vioo presidential candidates Messrs Dabois and Alien vigorously opposed this resolution holding that it was tho duty of tho league to declare its principles Tho gold men epoko in favor of tho resolution aud the vote was 9 to 2 in its favor The subcommittee resumed its ses early after breakfast Tho propo sition of tho autifreo coinage men was modified into an address that would prevent tho silver men from preparing and offering a minority report Sena tor Dubois of Idaho and Allon of Utah had to be satisfied to prevent two reports going to the full commit tee Tho subcommittee appointed Dr Eobiusou of Now York Senator Du bois of Idaho aud Mr Harkness of Missouri a committee to revise tho tuldress Tho revision committee reported to the subcommittee at 10 u m and tho discussion on tho silver Issue was ro Humod Tho snbcommittoe however announced that it would report to the full committee at 2 p m svhou it was 1 nought that all differences would be adjusted iu tin committee room so aa to prevent two reports being made tc tho convention and any light being precipitated on the floor NEWS BRIEFLY REPORTED Russia will increase the consumption tax on tea Firo destroyed f00000 worth of Seattle street railway property The South Dakota wearh r and crop Tnillotiu reports satisfactory progress for the week Chicago detectives made a raid and captured five Canadian burglars ouo an exconvict Governor McKiuloy of Ohio addressed an audience of 10000 pooplo at the opening of the Ottawa Kuu Chau tauqua Mrs Louis F Anzerais of San Fran cisco who recently inherited huh a million dollars 1ms decided to become an actress C H Fcnnimoro of New York is under arrest at Detroit charged with being a member of a gang of direct ory swindlers Reports from tho Dakotas show that frost so retarded the growth of the Russian thistle that the pest will not harm this years wheat crop William Nelson postmaster at tho National Soldiers Home at Milwaukee is arrest charged with emboz of the fundof the office A match has been arranged for n trophy between W C Sanger of Mil waukee aud C M Murphy of Brook lyn and it will take place at the meet of the Kings county wheelmen at Man hattan Beach on June JO Forty thousand dollars worth of se curities purporting to be backed by the credit of Los Angeles Cal that are being peddled among some of the lead ing financial houses of the East are pro nounced to be forceries ScotchIrish Societies LEXINGTON Va June sentatives from local ScotchIrish socij eties from the Unite States and ada gathered here to take part in the seventh aniiia convention of the i ScotchInh soiey of America The sessions worIvld in th Le Univers ity chipel Presideut Robert Boiiner of New York presided The congress will be iu ntssion till rhe 33d Road CUAR RAPIHS la Jnne annual rcwl raoo of the Cfrdar Rapids Oy 1nz was run with siartera A i3 Byinr wth a JOuinute handi cnp won the i ace in t8 minutes D L was time winner in 6iJ tiinutes The coarse is 20 miles Premier Qreenways Reply to the Dominion Govern ment Endorsed SEPARATE SCHOOLS DONT GO Only Ten Dissenting Votes on the Motion to Sustain the Premier WINNIPEG June 20 vote on the Bchool debate was reached at p m All tho amendments wore voted down and Manitobas answer refusing to reestablish separate schools was adopted As the debate progressed there was more evidence of fight on both sides and reports from Ottawa that tho French members there were trying to force tho Dominion government to re establish separate schools did not tend to allay tho strained relations exist ing between the two factions Mr Preudorgasts amendment that tho house should rojoct Mr Greenways entire reply of refusal was debated during the afternoon It was in effect a proposal that all the rrivilegea Held by under the old laws should be reestab lished Mr Meyers was the first speaker Ho claimed that the house had always been conciliatory and open to reason still they offered no com promise they said what they had done was just and right and they did not in tend to receive from it Forsytho Independent followed My ers Ho advocated a national school system as best for Manitoba a province of mixed population Mr Cameron said that even if the Dominion parlia ment passed romedial legislation the Manitoba will have power to amend aud reject such act The final vote on Greenways resolution respect tlly refusing to act on Ottawas request that separate schools be re established iesulted 25 for to 10 against NORTHWESTERN SYNOD Supreme Court Defers the Execution of the Sentence ST PAUL June The application for a stay of proceedings in the Hay ward case was granted lato Wednesday afternoon The stay is for 80 only Assignments of error and tho record were filed in the supreme court in the morning and after the usual session of the court the matter wan taken under advisement Tho discussion of the case was of course executive but it was afterward learned that there was a division of opinion in the court as to whether tho stay should be granted at all consider ing that the filing of the notice of ap peal was loft until such a late date According to the terms of tho deci sion the case must be argued at tho present term of court which will end July 3 The argument will probably be delayed as long as possiblo but it cannot take place later than the day named Tho court may decide tho questions involved off hand but tho probability is that a few days will in torveue between the argument aud tho final decision Tho ontiro probability is that a now trial will bo refused In that case Governor dough will at once fix a new day for carrying out the penalty pro nounced by tho district court It ia al together likely that the condemned man will be executed sometime during tho mouth of July He has already expressed himself as being opposed to any unnecessary delay if ho is to be ex ecuted Evangelical Lutheran Convention In Ses sion nt Uiiluth DULUTH Minn June Eng lish Evangelical Lutheran synod of tho Northwest which includes tho territory from the Lakes to tho Pacific coast is in sesssiou hero this week Tho follow ing officers were elected President Rov A W Frick of Mil waukee sucrotary Rov A Storuilo of Rod Wing Minn trearuror C A Smith of Minneapolis The animal re ports of the president and treasurer wore read and show the synod to bo growing in strength and in influence SALOONS MUST STAY CLOSED Iowa Supremo Crturt Upholds a Lower Decision DBS MOINKS June supreme court has refused to grant a supcrso cloas leaving tho decision of tho lower court closing saloons on account of in sufiloiuncy of the potition in force Tho saloons have nearly all olosoil and wll probably remain HO until a uov poti tion is socurid Uilhuut Snloonn MAPUTON Mum Junn tlio small town of Vorumi Vntr wost of horo tho popio hnvo hit upon n novol plan ol tloi g away with th uso of saloon iic MHO momy ior building walks They cxpict to build sidewalk by tho mile tins yeir ami to ihc worid that wuiks may bo hul wthour saloons tluy bail a grand Hold day horse bicycle and loot rar ing biii ball and loot bull otlur inkrusting sporis making up Mio pro gramme Thn proceeds will bo put into the sidewalk fund More entertain ments are to follow in tho near Iuturo IfoiulH for a Now BKLU PLAINH Minn Juno a voting eontst occurred horo ovvr tin1 question of issuing bonds for I ho bnilling of a now school house with the result that 150 men and women wore in favor of and 79 against tho issuo Dying1 NNEK Colo June vJO Tho dis covery has been made that myriads of grassiioppfis are dying noar Brighton and there seoms to bo a promise that the pest will bo wiped out by means of sonio unknown disease or agency Hoys Struck by Lightning HALSTKAD Minu Juno 20 While pLiying out doors three boys of John Henderson living near this place wuro struik by lightning One was killed and tho other two seriously injured KNOWLEDGE Brincra comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when riLhtly used The ninny who live hot ter than others and enjoy life more with expenditure by more promptly adapting the worlds best products li ilse needs of physical being will ittot the value to health of the laxative principles embraced in the remedy Syrup of Figs Its eswilence is due to its presenting the form most acceptable ami pleas nit to the tnsto the refresiling nml truly Senefieial properties of a perfect lax ative effectually cleansing the system impelling colds headaches and fevers vA permanently curing constipation It has Driven satisfaction to millions find iit wfth the approval of tlie medical because it acts on the Kid Liver and Bowels without wvrik ininl them and it is perfectly free from fry objectionable substance of Fiirs is for sale by all drug in 50c and bottles but it ia man ufactured by the California tig Syruf only whose name is prints on every Mfirkage aho the name Syrup of Figs ind being well informed you will not on if offered Wur Indemnity WASHINGTON June 20 Minister Deuby at Pokin in a dispatch to secretary of state says that by tho fourth article of the Siuiouosoki treaty the war indemnity to be paid by China to Jupan is 200000000 imperial treas ury taels equivalent to silver Mexican dollars Highest of all in Leavening U S Govt Report Wisconsin Politician IRON MOUNTAIN Mich June Hon W F Coming of Portage Wis died hero aged 36 years He was vis iting with his daughter and was taken suddenly ill with ft paralytic stroke Ho nevor regained consciousness Mr Corning was well known all over Wis conoiu especially in Democratic politi cal circles He represented the Portage district in tho legislature and was mayor of Portago for three years Special Kxaulner Convicted CRKSCO Ia Juuo F Waite special examiner of Minneapolis and tho man who prosecuted the Van Lou ven case so vigorously was convicted hero of felony Mr Waite attempted to compel D W Andrus to make af fidavits in reference to his own pen sion that would have convicted him of perjury threatening to prosecute him if ho did not A FJyor Wrecked HOUSTON Tex Juuo north bound flyer of the Missouri Kansas and Texas was wrecked ten milosjiorth of hero The wreck occurred at a branch of White Oak bayou which is usually dry but had been swollen by heavy rains No one was killed Show Slight Gain WASHINGTON June statement prepared at the treasury department shows tho aggregate receipts from in ternal revenue sources during the 11 mouths of tho present fiscal year ended May 80 1895 to have boon 040 a gain of about over the same period last year Northern Paclflo Conference WADENA Minn June 20 The Northern Pacific congregational con ference has closed It was well at tended and judging from tho amount of discussion profitable The next conference will be held at Braiuered in 3890 The MlMuurl Kaptdlj OMAHA June 20 Missouri river is rising rapidly here the June rise having commenced in earnest The water has been advancing gradually for some time LATEST MARKET REPORT Milwaukee Grain MIMVAUKKK June 20 1805 quiet 2 spring No 1 Northern July CORNXo 3 50c 0 white No white 3Hic BARLEY No 2 50c sample 51c I ffiJo Duluth Grain DfLfTH June 80 1895 June No 1 hnrd 74c No 1 Northern No 2 Northorn July No 1 hard 74c No 2 North ern 72c Mtnnnapolli Grain MINNEAPOLIS June 20 1895 July September 70f On TrackNo 1 hard No 1 Xorthirn No U Northern T2J4c St Paul Union Stock SOUTH ST PATL June strong and higher of prices butcher stuff strong and in demand fair demand for good mockers and feeders winners dull choice steers sold at S4TO lambs strong and ac tive all other sheep are dull good mut tons selling at Muttons I300va4ii5 lambs common t2J5ga50 Receipts Hogs 1300 cattle 125 IU sheep 100 Chlcngo Inion Stock Yards CHICAGO June 20 1895 weak to 5c lower Sales ranged at t445iU470 for light ft 4o u4S7 for mixed for heavy packing and shipping lots for rough steady Dressed beef and shipping steers 650 cows and bulls Texana weak lOc lower Hogs 25000 cattle 8000 sheep 12000 CHICAGO June 20 1895 CLOSING PRICES WHEAT June 71fc Julj 73c September December 75Kc CORNJune July 4Ktfc Sep tember December May Baking mm Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE CONNORSVILLE HE farmers are all glad they have notso much soutl wind this year like last two ye rs Yon said in youi issue of lust we tnatyou have noI irot imy potato in your coun try If you wan I some seed we can accommodate you with a few of the pesky striped things and also a out worms of a very destructive kind They take t very tiling In some localities they cannot wait for the plants to grow to the top of the ground they dig down after them Thee is a man liv ing in one who says he took a half pint of worms from one place in his garden that was not over four feet of a surface of ground ami we have no reason to dispute it Major come up here and go 1 routing Ueo Moyer wtnt out Ihe oilier day and caught one hundred and fiftyeight beauties half a dozen of them weighed over one pound each Mr Allen of Fall City passed through our town today on his roul from where tie has been to Ainey to see his daughter and to visit with the old Vets Mr Scott also passed through Fivu SPOT llowH This rdor Ono Hnmlrpd dollars Flo ward for any case ol Jalarrh that can not bp cnrtd by Halls Catarrh Cure K J CllKNKVt Co Props Toledo O We tho undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last lf and believe him perfectly honorable in all busines transaction and financially able to carry obligation made by their linn WiiST TlUAX Wholesale Druggists Toledo O WAIDINO KINNAN MAR VIN Wholesale Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internal ly acting directly upon Uie blooi and m neons surfaces of the system IVice TrMunls per bottle Sold by all Drug iris ts Testimonials free HICIIAHP OIAKV Horn in Oxford Mass Scp1 ISiU Was educated at lirown Iliiversity in and Harvard Law School in JSf5 Was fur ninny years ciniiisii for J July Sep tember May 896 32 POHKJune 11330 July Sep tember 11316 j LABDJune 1650 July 1650 Sep tember I SHORT Julj It 40 llio Master n II H Co The only pub lirollin ever held by him as ineru ber of 1 he lower hnise of Ihe Massa eluiseMs in Was once a Iaiidifiate for attorney general of Massachusetts but was defeated Has a wife aiifi tw daughters both of whom are married Itmlyx Siippohilory is gniiriMitMJ tf cine iinl tioii or noncy mitid M cinln per box SciKl slam ps for flniiJur uiil KPT Shuipbto M AHIIN 1liiu IH Jir siilc in Kan Jllllrc liv J C Nchcr t T TlluiMJiMMH fincl til CnJS ITIIIC O AGE DID NOT SAVE HER A Woman of Noarly Eighty In HIM IOWK Iliiltontiary ANAMOSA la Juno tfO JVrhaps tlie oldest woman ovor Hcnt to an Anjrican penitentiary has arrived in Anamosa in tlie of Mrs Everett of Du buquo who is 77 years old gray and well covered with wrinkles Her crime is that of abortion and sho has a sen tence of eight months This in second term for the same crime She served her first sentence of pix months in IbSo when she was 07 years old Ilejcctcck WEUSTEK Crrv la Web ster City iH the only town in Iowa which has had its recent census re jected by the state officials Word came from Des Moines that tho count had been thrown out A special session of the city council is being held to vide more assistance to census and it is believed 500 mure names will be added to the list with a thorough count The first census was not ac cording to the provisions of the law on the Docket LISBON N D June The district court which was adjourned from the 4th of June on account of the inability of Judge Lauder to attend iin session There are tax citation cases and civil caefl on the calen dar araong which is the of Coin er of Agriculture I Elm Laimhlni forjiivorcx oinplexlori Soap manufiactured by Allen Fi Wrisley Co Chicago Try it It is the nicest washer in America highly medicated highly odored and within ready reach of your purse Beware of base Imita tion Allen B Wrisleys name on eacn cake and box E H Playter special agent Fun Over tht1 Treasury Shortage Keeps the City Dads Questioning The common council will hold its third session for the current week on Saturday evening This is by the molion of Aid Thompson last Highland arose over the ottiehil notice of City Clerk Dougherty withdrawing resignation and offering his bonds regularly signed by E M Fish R R Chase and G 0 White The council in extra session was called to order by Mayor Day at 8 oclock and Clerk Dougherty was in hid usual place The aldermen were again all present with exception of AM Fletcher The hrst business was acknowledging the petition of Mary A Fox couched la legal form and protesting aguinat the placing of any frame building near her propery on North Barstow street This is in regard to moving of the sheetiron building now oppo site theEau Claire house Then Clerk Dougherty submitted the following To the Honorable the Mryor and Common Council of the citv of Eau Claire My resignation not having been I hereby do withdraw the same and ofier my ofllciul bonds in the sum of one thousand dollars in the form an prepared by the city attorney with the following as sureties E II Fish li It Chase Guston D White Aid move to refer that to the judiciary committee and they re port at this session Aid second that Aid amend that and move that the same be referred to judiciary committee and citv attorney ind they report on Saturday night and that the council when it adjourns do so in til that fivoning Tnis amendment was carried i Tim Curfew Onlhmiice The curfew ordinance introduced by Aid Anderson reached its third reading It provides it bo unlawful for any boy r girl under 15 be found on the streets between the hours of 9 p m and i a in without cause or without guardian under pain of punishment Tlie major called the vote with thia result AyoHrAld Anderson Ronk Farr Wyhren Sebentbal Severson Schlegelmilch Tlerk His Bonds but the M utter toes to a Satur day The mayor pronounced the ordinance but President Farr pointed out ihat it go through the committee if the whole Or motion of Aid Sebenthal the vote was reconsidered and the council went nto u big committee and considerable amusement to to wed Aid move that instead of ir we make the age 21 Aid would move to make it 55 Aid accept that Aid Sehenlhall apposed this as con licting with state law The following vote was called and with each vote iu alllrmative there was i hearty laugh especially when Aid Schlegelmilch so voted AyesAids Beecher Jionell Bonk Schlegelmilch Thompson NesAds Anderson Farr Forrest Lawson Itfyhren Sebenthall Severeoa Thomas Aid Hebenthal said he would move hat only police officers be allowed to make arrests Aid ForestWell It would require i lot more policemen than we now have fudging from some of the boys in iuv oca lily J Aid Farr1 would ask as to legality of th s ordinance Aid WolJI do not think it legal i he ordinance was then referred to Mr Singleton Money Aid Whites motion that the citv treasurer receive all money and tire receipts for same as provided by wah passed Jle It een the was during the u ministrationfor the clerk to receive cemetery money For this I Link we have had this Male unpleaH antness with the city clerk Aid Sebenthall m0ved thai the citv treasurer and city attorney proceed U take necessary steps to recover cerUin unpaid taxes returnea as paid to county treasurer He said Wen the city treasurer was arrested he had in his jwssebHion Miite a large amount of tax receipts for taxes he was carrying for who ought to have paid their taxes be fore the lime for returning the taxes to the county treasurer had passed He was trusting them We need the moneyare borrowing or paying to the amount in large The parties are not poor men hut business mpn with plenv of monev Rll are Aid ForrestThey may be rich men bull dont thnk they are good or they would have paid their taxes before Aid ThompsonI think M I under sUnd this matter the city treasurer makes his return to the county and any tax receipts he holds back a persona matter and he is re sponsible and the council no con trol in the pmter Te proMem was left unsolved I rodent fairLet us get it legal On motion of Aid Sebenthal a large bill of the L ectric Light Power was w thhe d to see jf taxes due from that cooperation could not be deducted thereirocn BjAid SchJegolooilchTo grade Main street hill Aid give the upper bxth a watering trough The U 5 Govt Reports show Royal Baking superior to all   

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