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   Eau Claire Weekly Leader (Newspaper) - July 20, 1895, Eau Claire, Wisconsin                             EAU CLAIRE WEEKLY DER EAU CLAIRE WISCONSIN SATURDAY JULY 20 1895 THIRD DAY TALK NORTHWESTERN MILLING The Act of 1873 Again the Subject Under Dis cussion Floor Rrncni Up Some After Break la in feemiind MINNEAPOLIS July 18The North western Miller gives the flour output at Minneapolis for the week at 150215 barrels against 9U500 barrels the pre vious week and 92250 barrels in At Duluth and Superior the output IN THE HORRHARVEY DEBATE was 84125 barrels against last week and 11700 in 1894 The output at Minneapolis this week will be about 180000 barrels Tho firmness THE YIELD OF WHEAT Estimated the Dakotas and Minnesota Will Raise ISO OOO Bushels PROSPECT FOR GOOD PRICE Horr Defen s American Leg islators From the Charge of Corruption CHICAGO July Tho third day of the HorrHarvey silver debute opened in wheat after the 8 cent break seemed to Induce domestic buyers to take hold more freely though uot in round lots Tho acceptance of from abroad sent out just before in tin auditorium yitho Illinois club helped to make a bettor in the latonoss of the start 6howlI1K as to export The mills are ing hour having boon more or losri inconvenient in some respects The subject under discusaion was now getting exceptionally high prices for offal all kinds being scarce and 50 to 75 cent a ton higher and this greatly helps them The SuperiorDuluth mills promise to grind 90000 barrels this week The domestic market changed for the better Farmers Advised Not to Sell AM Their CropHay Will Be Hay ST PAUL July The Press prints a threecolumn Pioneer crop re port and interviews with prominent milling men of the Northwest An average estimate of the two Dakotas Minnesota is 130000000 bushels of wheat which should bring an average price of 70 cents a bushel The sum what Mr Harvey had in his book as the Criao of demonetization of sivor After sumo miscellaneous spurrm Mr Harvey HmrKod corruption in tho passage of TH a the measure demontixinK silver Mr of the are plac local higher and strong and in active de town to wheat tliau iuiormor years maud inary of the report follows Unless present indications fail the Northwest will this year harvest tho largest crop known since 1891 The acreage under cultivation is much Horr in reply repudiated the inference that the citizens oi the Lnitcd States wore all corrupt and nouo of their women virtuous lie declared that it was not true that every man hud his price Members of congress wore as honest as tho average American citi He the r know whereof ho spoke for he had been u member of that body himvlf Mr Horr then took up tiie History of tho Act and proceeded to show the stages through which it had passed and that its final enactment was not until after H had been before congress for more than three years Mr Harvey then re their product in greater than it has ever been before warehouses Feed is though much less of the land has been the farmers having at last awakened to the fact that diversified farming is BAPTIST YOUNG PEOPLE far preferable to tho old method of I planting their entire farms to wheat nnd being obliged to stand or fall by tho prices of tliis one cereal Only about 4o per cent of the total acreage of the state this year is in wheat as ngaiust 55 por cent JO years ago The acreage devoted to rye barley and flax has ihcreasod in a wonderful degree and there is a much greater area do voted to the more staple products such tts corn oats and potatoes ood Irkos for Huy Tho Fifth International Convention Be ttt H i Hi more BALTIMOKK July fifth in ternational convention of the Baptist Young Peoples Union of America has begun It was sweltering hot within i tho enclosure of the groat tent brought hure from Cleveland for the conven tion Promptly at 10 oclock President J II Chapman of Chicago arose and called upon the chorus which respond turned tu the attack upon tho honesty sulootioI1Si ot throughout tho ciuutry Hobb of Dlavall Wis made thosu in Coorado and llln STRANGE DISAPPEARANCE P riMitints 11 ml Allied to find Joseph Hart BALTIMOKK July Joseph Mart of Philadelphia who had been stopping in Baltimore for some time has mysteriously disappeared and his friends fear he has been robbed and murdered When he disappeared last week he ha I nearly in cash a gold watch and a diamond ring on his person He is also known to have cashed a large check at a down town bank on the morning of the day that he disappeared Kis relatives have invoked the aid of spiritualists and detectives to find him the family being well known in spiritualistic circles Dr Hart is said to have been a practicing physiciau in Philadelphia for some years but had recently decided to locate hero Hg was soton to have beou married to Miss of Baltimore The young ladys mother consulted a spiritualist inediirn who informed her that she had received a communication from the spirts thnt Dr Hart was in tho hands of two rough men who koyt him pris oner flint he was lacerated about the thgoat and breast as though lie had biuien and trampled upon Tho medium assured tlie womeu that the doctor was not dead but in great peril Thero is some strange mystery about the eitse COLUMBIAN SUMMER SCHOOL Western Catholic ChnuUuqua I occds Expectations Alabama Senator Addresses MAUISOXWis July 17 attend ance at the Columbian Catholic school the Western Catholic Chautauqua is larger than the most sanguine had uu Highest of til in Leavening U S Govt Report a Georgia State Conven tion DISCIPLE OF ticipated and every incoming train JEFFERSON its luota of visitors A telegram of congratulation has been received from the Catholic summer school of Madison Jackson and Many the oast at PlattsburgNYas follows Baking M Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE Bond Issue Criticized of The Catholic summer school I America in fourth session at I burg sends greeting to the Columbian Catholic summer school and wishes GRIFFIN Ga July The principal success to its efforts for Catholic higher feature of tho state silver convention education among the people was a speech by Senator Morgan TnoMAg of Alabama One of the most notable addresses Senator Morgan began by saying that thus far hag beou that by Professor he come to tho meeting as a Democrat johu G Ewing of Notre Dame uni in linrTiflds find hvnnthnr TJ in Democratic harness and by author ity of Democratic creed to advocate Democratic principles as sound as the grand national party I am here He went on as a dis ciple of Jefferaon Madison and Jackson and many others of our consecrated vorsity Indiana on and the Church Magua Charta Ths Action of the Council Great IHjal of Comment About Town NYlitii Traveling Whether on pleasure bent or business take on every trip a bottle of Syrup of it acts most pleasantly and the fathers to speak m defense of an act bowelst fevers headaches of congress that was approved by Jtnil otner rorma of sickness For sale Thuisday the action of the council or The Prompt Measures for Econoinj Generally Approved hy Nearly All Throughout the city departments HOMESTEADERS THE LOSERS Iarjje fcliurtiiffo In Acfjouots of Land Office OHlo als SAULT STB July 18 George Washington in 1792 for tho free coinage of silver which was reen acted in 1837 and was approved by Andrew Jackson president of tho United States and1 was stabbed below the fifth rib by John Sherman in 1S73 and was left for dead Marvelovuly Lively Continuing he said that Mr Sher mans law of 1878 was such a death A t V t ry blow to silver as a money metal that it A largo shortage has been discovered eaima i in OOc and bottle by all leading druggists Manufactured by the Cali fornia Fig Syrup Co only u the books of oxReceiver Meacte and and seoms marvellous that silver has had in ife loft to take up its bed But he said it is mov u walk to the hgiiutiivH This venality was ing tinfoundations of the govern it liii sapp ruj foundations truyed every republic of the Horr again returned t the cle of thu honesty of the American He sid Mr Harvey merely and past Mr people picked out a few corrupt men and drew from rhem the proposition that tiie poilu of the nation wev v urrupt Why if Mr Harvey had lived in Jobs time he would have looked over that unfortunate mans sores and would Xivciinit and published th tuighout the that al haldea was n iuiineiisj Kev Hobbs of an earnest prayer The president was very happy in his address and called forth much laugh ter when ho alluded to thu warm heart and warm aim of tho South ccuiitries IB reporiod as be ng very short so that they will have to obtain iiKuo wheat fromtho outside than they union RELIGION AND EDUCATION Tlin AniirhHii CungresH Now In Seialon Rt Toronto ToitoxTO Unt July is 500 delegates to thu PanAmerican congress of religion and education have arrived here and thousands more are expected The delekates assembled in tho Hor ticultural pavilion whore addresses of wuro delivered by Mayor Ken per Peninsula aro affected and many n i n i i in full harmony with gold and the parade wni lose tneir land on account of no 11 r u entries of their applications or proof of thf Greftt claims eyer having been plnood 1B Step t0 the ord Many homesteaders lose tho sav ings of years Sopmrtte A OVU V Jurisdiction FARGO N D July juris diction of the North Dakota A 0 U have been in tho habit of doing In thu European exporting countries tho yiwid is below the average and they will therefore have much less to send to ihe countries that will stand in need of wheat rhanthey have had for tho W was iMituted by Supreme Officers had since 1878 rotored silver to all its i ho world must Jiavo l e The sonafcov said that ho as a Demo crat advocated the reenactment of the free coinage law of 1837 He continued that tho Democratic party aided by a small band of intrepid Republicans I CommiUiit Suicide During Thurdays storm a large king Usher Hew down Ban Claire street and mistaking Lars Urheims line poiislied window for the open air lew with such velocity against the plate glass window of the new drug store that it fell to the sidewalk stone dead A lady passing at the time came near being struck by the bird Mr LJrheim picked the bird up and intends to stufV it us it has i beautiful plumage past few wheat and with the main countries of Europe short in their crops America which in this cast moans the North west will be looked to 10 fill tho defi ciency This is also true of other crops as well ai of wheat About a month axo it was ivporied that ihi whoat crop in Kiism was very shun and that Kiggs and Sackott after which the first former rights except that of free coin grand lodge session of North Dakota for uo of showing the was called to order After the comalmost unanmious action of that party mitteo on crecontials had reported senate read copious extracts cers wore elected W A Blowitt of from The Congressional Kucord Bismarck was Workman chosen grand master Mr Horr thru tmid laugh llrdy V B McAIurrioh chairman of the rye crop was a total failure Since then reports havo come in which show would return to the eiHsi111 and proc edol ry t ho ion ow tlie bill had bron al t ime and printed times and t wic in ie comptroller of The debotos in ccUpird fid Cll grcSNional Kecord rnnmittco it was joint local commit too Lieutenant iovernor Kirkpatriek liov Thomas With smuggling DEVILS LAKB N D July extensive cattle and opium smuggling i that whilw matters in that country are frauds across tho international bound Kimnis D presidentof tho Mimsto nut so bfcl as at siaied still tho ary hero has culminated iu tho arrest rial Asocation of luronto and Will crops there and the rye crop in of H Stevens a pior uont cat1 f mam Mulock M P vico chancellor of xitir aro smaller than they have boon tlo buyer of Townev bv Deiiutv MarJ piys II to prevent a t K 1 IT f 1Jiv Maiiinnl j 1 i i mid vmmi finr fcrnfixnrv for cold Criticized tho Uontl Issue Mr Morgan criticized the bond issue and said tho necessity for such an issue was found in tho tinkering with tho Bhorman lav Ho said the contract for tho salo of these bonds was without or justification and it has an iy when it Co We lind some one who has been by Holds Sarsapnrilla and people on all hands are praising this great medi cine for what it has done for them and their friends Taken in time Hoods Siiisapimlla prevents serious illness by keeping the blood pure and all the organs in a healthy condition the grent blood purifier It is lloo cnlhartil them Pills become the favorite who tries otlloua flllVO the University of Toronto KovSamuel i Smith Ji D of St Paul Minn presidentof the congress and a few prominent elegate replied ALLEN IN DANGER w rd and was uld show that kliw wlrit it tioat said that Mr his ti time caiiK lull about which wt not the bill Klly in pre in the said that tiie codiliration of tbe In ivp iiiM1 lu a iucstiiii rplied that the bill u i in ihe value of the liie nation In when tlie anii again as pokeii of as tnd members this time as that the first n to change made in a ut t here was riot AcHlimt Hie Ufo of the Enrth Agent Alhtgcitl Minn July It M AUon Vnited States Indian agent at this place has been warned by leltor Irvm Imy Point that tho Indians in that setuliiment weivplotting to assassi nate him J H lioauliou government farmer and Peter Parker chief of dian police have been sent to tho set tlement to investigate The writer of the letter is n white man living near tho reservation at that point and is a mem ber of iovernor doughs staff of Tlioui Unvo lUon Sprint viow Neb IKW Neb July The of four rusiler raptureil by tho vigilantes i have been jailed hero Murphy turned Kites evidence and is at liberty the tlier three biinu held on tho evidence Sharp KILLED IN COLLISION An Inknown Srluuinpr Struck tho Tujf Torrrnt Done iind One Missing KINK CITY Mich July While tho tug Torrent was coming up the canal at the tlats sho came into collision with an unknown schooner i and the captain of the Torn llackett of Detroit and the watchman David Canary of Huron were killed ami one wheelman John Cattanuch is missing for some time past Russia raises over GO pur cent of the rj e used in the whole world and it is probable that this shortage will mako a very good market for tho 170 raised in this country KIIMIHHU nips short There is also a vciy good prospoct for I high prices for hay tho Eastern crop and also that of Michigan Illinois and Yuseoniin beitg very light j Ilio yioid of potatoes promisos to be exceptionally large and as this is a product that is in demand it is more than probable liiai the priro will i be good j it has away1 ivn a qufioi with farmers whether io loid their wheat or sell it at the opportunity This year tho aiiihoritie and there aro nono better than A Pillsljtirj and James 1 Hill advise what may bo termed a middle course advise tho wheat growers to sell a pare of shals McCuno and Hannah charged with smuggling cattle across tho lino Mr Stevens claims to be innocent NEWS BRIEFLY REPORTED KUSTLEHS NOT EXECUTED Jutled their crop enough to pay their debts and to put them on a good solid foot ing at once and to hold tho balance for highei prices If the entire crop is put on the market early in the season j the market will be overstocked and the Ivalph wjii fall evon lower j than it is at the present time On the other hand if tho farmers hold all their crop until late the price will tfo up early and then when the elevators of the West are thrown open to the world the market will be glutted and the object in holding over the wheat will be defeated There will in all probabilitybe a market at good prices for all of the wheatthat will bo har vested in tho throe states but it must Tho yachts Defender and Vigilant have sailed fur Larchmffnt The comptroller has made a call on national baks for reports of thuir con dition n dis of business Thursday July 11 tijitiiin Alison Injured CHICAGO July the ball gwma here Captain Ansun was hit jusf over the heart by a swift y pitched bail the hist time he was at bat and it is fuarud was seriously injured That elegant book Songs Re ceipts iitid Household Information will be sciit to any address fur i ucnts in postage stamps Address KKUKUK ntor MFI co 1101 Main Street KKOKUK IOWA upon our treasury for gold Spunking of tho 1100000000 gold re servo ho said It was a sort of jack pot put up by Mr Shorman that has kept up tho gambling iu ur money It was nover needed to strength to tho United States A country that has paid in dobts and interest more than 000000 in IiO years could not neod tho support of deposited in thu treasury fio support its credit Senator Morgan concluded as ho had begun that the Democratic party was tho friend of silver It is ho said a safer guardian of the rights of sil ver money than any other party whether Kopablican Populist or mug wump 1 therefore am willing to entrust this groat question to theii keeping and I shall remain at my pos under that flag as 1 have done for 2U years in the senate and will do all tha for this tho cause oi One of lie Heaviest Downpoms the Season But Not Mucli Diminge The Rail muds StillVr Kioin Washouts The Stomi Sprcnil Over Hncli IVrriiory is m my the ueonlu Eau Claire Wis July 20 KEMANNS SUCCESSOR bo put upon the market as it is needed for consumution t Murphy and their n contessiou3 Advancing on Julto SAN FRANCISCO July 18 Privato nBMt on for tho of tho Dead advices just received in this city from ininou tonirroannma j Ecuador state that General Alfaro V Ills July tho insurgent chieftain whoso head man Kemauus death will precipitate a quarters are at Guayaquil is preparing liriv lor the seat in congress thus to advance with 10000 men on made vacant Politicians of both tho capital of tho republic which is have been actively at work quietly j tho last stronghold of the conservative during all the time Mr Kemimn has eii ill A or more candidates lcmocrits and Hepublicaus aro ready to enter the contest iu this county tho Democrats are elal of biing able to choose his sue ror tiuiigh Mr Kemauu wis elected tht Kepublican ticket by a plurality of over Senator M armer of Yandalia has been fro y rieiitinned as n possible candi date tlie Democratic tickot Kx Ivlward Lano of Hills who was defeated last fall by He aaii ak for the nomina Siiitor George W Pais lhloro i prominently un the Kpulltean sido Yandalia has been illy mentioned as a possible canidate m1 will bo urged by hid friends to onor tho ticld SLEEPING CARS Celestials Into govornmcnt Intoxirnted Man Katoii by SIVKANK Wash July Carr Ueamo intoxicatod at and laid down in the woods to sober up in tho evening ho was dis covorod horribly oaten by dogs Life is not yot oMinct but thero is no hope that ho will recover John Morlry LONDON luly IS Liberas ro feivod he uows of aiiiithor serious ie feat when it was anniuncod that lr Joint Mrev who was ehoi soerotary for Ireland tiie lisebery govern ineiir had Iveii def ared at NWcaslle onTvno th wcro sucoossful WHOLESALE The following quotations are made weekly by reference to the following merchants IHiiiniMonil Uros pork puckers Live hogsHJo to Cattle to Kansas beef 7Ac Sheep 2 to Lambs 8 to Calves XM to 3c Hides 6 to To Pelts 30 40c Wool 10 13e Mess pork Steam lard Sc Leaf lard 9c Hams lOcto lOir Bacon tfic to Oc Chickens tfc tl Turkeys b 9c NOTICK will Cure Your Cltliirrh for 8 or Ictijrn Hit Dollar Two months treatment both luca UK cunstituttonal will bo sent ym fur sf 1 If you arc not satisfied we will return your money As to our honor and linanciul ability we rcfci to tlie banks of Keoktik Address KMUilK PRO MKD CO 1101 Main SrtocL KKUKIK O IU choice ii OstlKoU klo of Stmh Wis July Xa Hsiu cliirt Produce Co Patent standard flDO 70c barley4rc ryf40c oats Me corn OOc iirouad feed to Baled hay to tailed oat straw fv baled straw to bran shorts corn meal bolted perbbl oil cake meal per ton tfJij RETAIL 7 iri Iijie 4 Fuel Co Cross Timothv extra cl fair clover w medium w red aiammoth to f IS alsyke to alfalfa1 fi lo f Crimson or Scarlet clover f1 per bushel WHY NOT YOU IN for Count FT MV duly a long time e customs othcinls have sus Ciiiiuse were txiug frm Canada in sleeping uspicion wivs veritiod lato somo important ar Vcre le on i Wagner sloopor had just urrved on the Grand Trunk road In the stateroom wero found four Chinamen with Herbert of NVmiSvr who has i record as a Johnson Conductor and Porter McLain d with the Chinamen nf Iron Production u July IN Buis the Iron and Sreel as Tiu totil production of pg u Tinted in the first half of was gross tuns agjvust tons in tho first haf o and oiAt40j tons in tht eocoud liulf ot IM4 Manufactvrinasvariou and Millet per bushel Land plaster per too tu bone meal per lb o cents tlie Northwestern Sish and Asu ciatirii at a meeting Id bore divided 0 prices Jo pr eent to partly couipensate for the advaiue in glass trrtMl the I us urgen aily IN 1aptr u de Proviuo Kell t ie no ml Campos has cabled to thy u r sayinj that the in tiitilistnc of Hayamo de Cuba have from G to 13c mutton S to lamb 10 to loc pork 10 veal 0 to 12 c sausage 10 ham KM to ISj iLsh 10 Lo larii 10 to Year old chicken 12ic laid 12 Jo dairy 16 DENIES Not Waste ion WASHINGTON July Faulkner cha rirau of tho natior LVuitvrivtio congressional commituc denies that any party of Demovratie orators is to lv sent into the Norrhwost under tlio aiisiJCS of the commiruo during the presnt summer aud fall for j the purpose oi discussing the currency question iu eries of mcttiugs There is no campirfen this fall he says aud thrviVr K occasion for eipending OCroniian A Kelly and newly from to IS Lemons 40 doz Oranges 40c dor Potatoes GO to 7tc per bushel Strawberries 14c Bananas ioc Lattuce 20c per dozen Cucumoers aOc a do Radishes Fie plant lb New onions bunch 5J cents New cabbage per lb 3c New Potatoes 70c per bushel Bluebrries cents rreen Peas per peck Kohlrabe 10c per dozen Siring Beans 5c per pound Raspberries 15c per quart SIXTH WARD LL the saloons havH to keep juiet when Ollicer Nu fient is around Mr Thos Qadsby is at the drug store during Klofandas sickness Maurice mons and Fred Harey quit the Dells mill and are getting good wages in the Da k o ta wheat fields Archy Uamcnonds sbcotiug gallery is siheiluled to arrive here earlv in tho week It will leave the East side on time carrying a red signal We want the Sixth ward split in two and make two wards instead of one We are entitled to a better representa t on on tie boa d than what we are getting Let us have fair play Be sides the board of supervisors Would have a batter show Mrs Aper on Babcoek and Mrs Joe Lightbixer on Bellinger are very sick A host of people talk of going to the Wheaton church opening Sunday afternoon Tho weather man made it decidedly wet Thursday the rain belt covering a wide territory in St Paul in twelv hours three and onehalf inches of rail fell the heaviest in years Kan Claire got about as bad a drenching There was fortunately but little hail or ex treme high wind aid it is not thought the crops were damaged lo any extent except in low districts practical without drainage The storm passed eastward and clear weather is now to be looked for It has been feared frosl would follow but so far this has nol come There was something like a cloud burst between W abash a and Li Crosse and the Burlirgton and Milwauke roads sullered a sad washout greaJy delating traflic Before daybreak Thursday there was a terrilic storm with a vivid electrical display At noon Thursday the down pour was something to be rememlnred Our oniity Llerk Translated from the Root Sather county clerk of Eau Claire County Wisconsin was born in at Jiuviken Uynesset parish Norway He attended the normal school at Mel bus for two years and then taught public and private schools until the age of nineteen Entered the Klabo normal school from which he was graduated in 1SIM and served as a public school teacher until he emigra ed to America in 1S71 Mr Sather came directly fo Eau Claire and in this city the school master from Norway improve the op portunity of developing bis muscles in a sawmill during the summer season In the fall of the same year be was el ected parochial teacher and precentor bv the Norwegian conference church of Wednesday evening was the main topu of discussion and the clilleient phase oi tha question were looked at from all standpoints Especially amongthe firemen was the reduction of theii salaries made a subject of discussion and it is needless to say the men do not take kindly to the new orders The discontinuance of hose lioiihe No H is really a matter of small importance and in no way will it impair the elli ciency of the department Had it not been for the expressed wish of the committee on lire department Chief Daniels would probably have recom mended its discontinuance Thesuving to city will more than compensate for the closing of the house The one man one horse machine has acted as a and was rarely called out The log canal is tranqui1 Not a kid can escape Col Buttons eagle eye In fart they cannot come within ten rods of the flume flj savs Ill take a this city since Initjd Mr Sather occupied this position for the next nine years and won the res oct and esteem of tbe sdioars to an unusual degree He Ind a way of his own which made the children look upon school work as a pleasure rather than a July Mr Srtther speaks of this aa a Tying time for be had to work hard lesides teaching in order to eke out a iving tuve young men private in structions and bent his energies upon studying the English language Mr Sather speaks of T F Frawley in one of those who rendered him valuable as istance He after wards gave up teacb ng and sold dry goods for Andrew His services in tbe capacity of proved so satisfactory that he was admitted as a member of tlie firm wo years later the new lirm existing for the next three years under the name of Hollen Sather In Ins friends pursuaded him to become a candidate for the oflice of county clerk and be was elected He has been re elected by increasing majorities at every succeeding election Eceii political opponents admit that he i unusally conscientious in the discharge of his duties and that he keeps his pub lic records in perfect accom plishment which by the way seems to be very rareaiuong our public1 officers It may also be added that be is always ready to furnish any information desired he has a pleasant wopd for every bod v and is Very accommodating Many hope howeverthat when tbe ity Ii nances are in a more favorable shape the hose house will be continued It yet a question whether the hose house in question should be closed at once or not until Aug 1 The street crews who have been summarily dealt with are busy looking up new jobs As a rule the streets are in lirm condiiion and but little needed to bo done The saving on street work during the months the new law of tbe council will be in force will bo the largest item of all some think ng it means as Qiucb as io curtailing of expensss The grind on tbe policemen is felt rather Iwuvily and Jan 1 next to them will be a day anxiously looKed forward to A member of tiie force Thursday said an aide1 man hud no right to make comparison of wages of tbe patrolmen with say men in the mill or on t he st rent Thu police are oblige to furnish 1 heir ov uniforms and I keep themselves wull dressed and thi takes considerably more It isexpucte1 that a raise will come tltir the emot gency is passed City Attorney Singleton is quoted a saying iho choice was given of relieviiij some of the mtn in the lire and polic department of their positions o rtdni irur h and Ihe lafdr jia was 1ilopteit That piompt ami decided action wa needed on thu pat of tho council al admit though of course there an many who do nof approve of all tin changes made The reduction undoubtedly falls witl greatest severity on the nedth am poor depnrtnitnt Wbilu abuses ma liave grown up in tbe department am u reduction was advisable it1 is fearec by the poor commissioner tha considerable injiy will bii wrough woitiiy dependants Tho monthly rents alone bfivo c m to more thai the entire amount the council now 11 tippy Homo Murrlitgo of Two Known Kmi Chtirlteti Well On Wednesday evening July 17th at the home of Mr and Mrs Martin Gria vold Walnut street Jktr Wai B Hanson and Miss Emma Grisvold united in marriage in of a number of friends and relatives Rev Mr Tangjerd ofllciutiug bridal couple stood under an arch of ferns and asparagus trimmed with bouquets of chrysanthemums hride carried a large bouquet of Miss Anna Vihus and Miss Anna Gris vold were the two bridesmaids and Mr Fred Una void a ml Mr Julius Swansea were groomsmen The couple received a large number of handsome and presents The heartiest congratula tions were extended the couple by all their many friends Those present were Messrs and Mesdames N J Grla vold Brant Hanson A ChambersJohn Strand F N Larson O Lind Anton Wold L Larson O Hange Konneyberg Mesdatues ChrihtlanBoo H Berg Dave Jones Martin Rue G Krong Misses Sharland Tina Johnson Olga Arnohit ChristineHaugeros Kate Henry Susie Heoty Lena McKiosUr Sophie Jrisvoki Anna Christiansen Anna Grisvold Edith Baker Ida Chambers Lena Opstiul Floreace Lar son Anna Vihus Nora ilugdall Mary Dihl Helle Hanson Faye MoDonough lierlha iris void Anna Thompson Messrs James Charles Will Nichols Julius Hwanson As a remedy for all forms of Head ache Electric Hitters has proved to be the very best H elleuts permanent cure and the most dreaded babilua sick headache yield to its influence We urge fill who aie atllicted to pro cure a bottle and give this remedy fair trial In cases of habitual consli pation Electric Bitters cuies by giving the needed tone to the bowuK and few cases long resist the use of this modi cine Try it once Mrg boi ties o nly Fifty cents at E ii Playters Drug Store itv A HOKSK Tea muter for t h Oiiniol Slia u mupany Mildly iniil What may prove a most serious if jot a fatal accident hpponed to John a teamster for the Daniel Shaw Lumber company a 1 oclock Thursday He was putting up bis earn in one of trie smal barns in the ompanys yard when he was kicked in the knee by one of the horses Tlie blow was so severe that he sank to the ground and was again kicned with great force this time just above the abdomen Teamster John Nearbon a few moments after found the wounded man lying on the I mr in a semicon scious condition and with the aid of another man took him to bis home on Mtnomonie stivet and summoned medical aid The extent of his njuries is not yat known Mrs Anna wile of f S Mnrhal luiubu Kan X Of TWINHIn T with Karcelf pnln After y only two of A MOTHERS Ssnt by Erpreiu or nail on rrceipt of y jwr A Kok To Mother X Mftilod f Slannard C Christianson Dave Jack son Joe Feitfolmiller Fred Weinand Aod irisvoid Albert Anderson SIg Herman Hanson Martin vrogb Anton Erickson Fred Krogh PERSONAL MENTION IM win Givone has returned from St iMlll J Smith of Osseo In Kan Claire hursday J C Gores returned from Duluth hut sday evening Mrs Wm T rugh hareturned from linneapolis Alox Stewart of Waiisnu was In the Thursday E It Godding is now to be found in he Music Hall block W E Spenser of Rice Lake spent nursday n Eau Clnire Hon W P Hartlett and wife have arrived at Portland Ore Mrs Hopper of Hacine will visit In this city for a few days Miss Louise Helsem has returned ta her home after spending several with Miss Hilda Hoy me Laura Norman has returned borne after a two months visit with friends and relatives HI Baraboo Henry Sivyer and Mrs E i Gran dell an I family of Milwaukee are the guests of Mrs M W Harris Mrs Frank Howard left Thursday on the limited for Chicago to attend her son Arthur Howard who is sick with dvpbtheria A La Grippe is confounded by many per sons with a severe attack of catarrh which in respects resembles the former These individuals suffer severe ly with pain about the forehead eyes and ears with soreness in the throat and stoppage of the nasal passages and in fact are incapacitated lor work of any kind lor cays at a time These 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