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   Gazette (Newspaper) - January 28, 1897, Eau Claire, Wisconsin                                Published between St THE The Widq Awake Weekly Bight S Six Columns EAU CLAIEE WISCONSIN H1DAY JANUARY 28 1897 LOU PER TEAE tcTrf before affifoteuifitl Inventory EverythiSr in the house except contract goods goes at a dis count nutated Kegular prices remain as they plainly marked oh every article 10 per ceift Difeoount or 110 off on all Goods Cottons Domestics I 20 per tjents Discount or 1jjoftloTiall tiueiifr 25 Lmiugb r MushndJuderttcar Discount or 15 off mdQ Silks iv VelvSte 3NotlOUa jRiWwtJb Hosiery Under weai i Mcnb iMirnisliings per cent Difecouut or 13 off on all Blankets Cqmfoiteia Skiih if Hie Census of Opmlon of Those to Judge Shawls Laces ErabtoMoncs TJuibrellab JPLandkerchietb Muffleis What do people ibout the blaud ard Prs F Eplej of the 1 Wisconsin Medical booiejr Few SMJS It is tU Ibe besl uliul binding 1 I h ive sold uculj 130 copies who has had the of it declines it the has ever seen Over 100000 copies of Uio work been sold of themof eouisi aie in the Imted StMes but nuo copies aie in jise 111 England AuslialWj al ind Japan aid otbei outlines Twentylive lie m m Hit Uool m lemion Tin Stand ird bent el host seiulinj paptr print Jud it lu Uiu BC T Wheuevtr one ouultfe it lit bat ho has romc in contact with the bifchc cultuu MoiiuvirlWc puce i light II is a of mjklcin book making Buttons JOascmatois Hoods 50 per cent or JL2 off onall Oloakb Jacketb Fuis ID cxcelLucc itad icoiiliuucs It is used by all uioic highly as Ui I1 b Kner Tills Wis B sweep rcf landed ehcerf ally COLD WEATHER BEINGS WOEK WHAT TALSIAGE THINKSOF WOMBS Oie faet ftfal a nomatj IB own living degree flit whjch IfauUu0 iucrcae mtu W should of women be vf v itk KenUSuwrf mAWcrof IteflDct loget tbttt our lutUiors wo uiotr oyerlooU ro charcter rul o w cast in Hie fincMnold Wd rtta natural tlmt sue Slioulit lie tfeated aecorinigly I btlii generully nru more ccncicnlious more luoml Spitiiuil and ihey brinj lulo uy sphere Whieh they enter desirable quanhieg which didhpt ixiat there viwn it was occupied by mca alone business c fflce tliiy an e and refining influence 1 Mam Oodaixied in Ihoir sociillcd invasion the business world Women are more lielpless than men when lurwn upon their own recources for Vllib rtoson thut their seusibillticarc greater nnd ibeir ielfaescrtivcnces is Jess therefore they should be given every opportuuity encourigenient in their efforts to u weUe TlimisoBil inin touiiitouu loo Aronnd ChiLago 7Tht cold snap which is oaufemg so much sulturmgand ntonveuieuce W 1ms given eui 1ojuieut 10 ovei men The old hug hrought lo the iw Balers juut what they w Killed as last trip thtniiiclvea U a woman was competent to aud nisu and a womeu applied for it I would ihost certainly givo U lo the woman From U Chivalry Dead jn DtinoccSls for February OOT THE INFORMATION Mn for me dont see no a lette poiul frota Aunt Sally S tclUnc lUy ihe coramiug PoMmaiur oalliDB 10 his wife Did ft from Mrs Hayfork Aunt whllt d Ills WifeYus comm City Chat iv she was GLADILD BY WJSeOHbm Washington Jui o commib of the general laud ofliee u heaimsfduim ihe do on the applica tion of the slate to h we sej et il thousand Heics ol lind in Wieoiibio hcielofore teiuned 10 by i he Bay Oauivl eompany Irausientd lo the sine The stale ehuiiib the lamlb ale ljud and should pass lu it uudei the net o i Jwtlga Ucfuses thu 1ciUou of the ingfKiil AViil Ills IllRliost AiitUOiity e petition of cieditois ete in Ihe of Edwin 1 JSojlu vs The Com ucieul IJauU eauio up in Judse Bulejb ecjuu C 1 Uutidi appealed lei tdnatd in buppoit oE the ucumship f A JIi Dovlillle hid i iesenled n pcluon signed bj a nmjouly of bloeh Hlers uid asking thai the eourt the ordei appoinliiu M HuHingon 1 aud asking the lo permit Is BOM lo berojuc or let tho receivership Maud uid in ike THE LAST GREAT SALE i The Chicago Store We close this store Saturday Jan 30 FOR Sir Uonittlu sud Unl no one was Hliving itiv eiitieism ou Mi Uullluglo a genUticau vel he stoekiodeis lell thej oiiht to hajc mote u Hie fceltelion and hid selected Mr Bod uniumiilN tint Mi Uojd v is peeidiaily ntted lo dispose of the assets ot the bank are laiaielj estate iml enUUenlcb ete U T Bund sud he appealed foi liUaid Boyle who haj brought an action uudei thestiilHe pioMdmg lor iceeuerships Bojlcb amdavitwns then tend bj Mi which staled that he lioj le lOU ClKOXJiT JUDUL The AuBUbla Eiigle in speaking of eimhdaey of Ion Jmnes 0 JSelll ot Ncilsville fur circuit judne Not only i Mi 0 popujai in hib own iiv aad couiilj but he hos1 bliouj md backua m Blaelc hivei Tails Merullau and othei poilions ol Juekaou ictiul ub and he AMll pull i olu in JiicUbon ttfid und mueh than al the toiuiei eleeliou ujl be at all to find his vote lu lUs end of oui cMinlj sdlibfucloiy to himself uud fnuulS He lus Hume week Uny were wondcrmg would be alle lo eut tile lee needed or next sttmniur Thirtylive ice ompanjuB huvu plants at poiula ou the Visconsin Cunlral and Uliicgii North vealern railroad withiii 100 miles of iiicago and twenty of these firms operations on the ice Uildu today lhis city 2300 mcu wiire sent to oiulH yngtho Wisconsin Central inid m many over theMOrlliwesUjni IMic ice liuhkr of Clicugo were also opened up today and before Ihe week is over there will be about nen employed at lee Ktllioring withiii sixly miles south of Chicago H the cold weather continues the rocii suy they will have onu of the fiue81 crops ever gathered very lui eaudiduej fur hiiu here The Aumisl also advocatin ONeill uud doinit laltlitnl Pt mdueed by rcpieseiilations to dipusit hib raoucj in the built thai befom the middle oLedcli month lieHew it ill out iud uwdlil W taiload time cheeks il thai he an isiee ment b wab vo duiw nil hib uiiiiej at iiiiy time he debited thu Uee lo he AYUS mfoiuied Iho bank via doiug well aud had dollar U owui butjju 7 wib mfuiineil 1J Mi Ilia the bank was not paying iiiUlin0 and he liojle wab islied to bibu a dftjs iifiieuneul whivh he ieluscd that he demanded his money couldnt Wlit ami applied for a receiver iftu Ihe bank aelUilly suspvudud pay mcnl Jau0 that ulucera of the bank knew it was insolvent when il ueeivingUetJGBitsvllml Uuy endeavored lu imikeau assignment etc 5Uat ofclhe nllldavlt was itindo 01 inloHiuilitHLftiid buliuJYaml Mr litlle denied the charges which rcttccled urn n tliu boniBty ol the bunk From now until that date all goods specifiec in this ad will be closed out at Net CostWe will give everybody an opportunity to buy goods at manufacturers wholesale prices before we move GelilN PlUtleN itkil liul FUtlllolb Table Limn TiMuN N ipUm kiitoii Flannels FlaniKls uid blicurings Calicos Gingham Ikibten All Ribbons iicos idiMico Laco Cuitun Chuiullf Ciutuuib Btoukuts Kugs p Lulits and Meub Ivtd Wool and Silk All Cloaks Furs and Shawls will be closed put at onehalf price All patlun In Hid luil liiminol in out invti ll uotk uxmi luK and millinery tuiumiiis tlobedout it oO pel out dibioiutl Ituiu now until MO move tmilul I tUuul Una M ALFRED KAHN Prop TimBS Dcuiocralic is the election of Air The opponents ofc the New lileclrical Company claim that the mdiiiauce passed by the city council is not valid Tho opposed lotlio Jrnnchiijc grunted by he couiuiuii council to David Douglas aud 11 M IJyllcsbjYfor theereclioji it TUK NEWEST DANCES Society has turned against its old favorites The latest lad among opera goers is not so much to come late as in corae for the cujcyment ot aoine special scene or duo or aria and then go rignl away From this it would sueui that music is failius lo sooth the eniiui oi ihe too highiy civiliml breast And the joys of tho dance arc no locger what ou tbey The germaii has heel sol aside to makevny a now series of what are called morris dances lately become very much the mode For ex ample in place of standing up to Ihe ic iu usual toiiieu pole is placed iu iho centtr ol the drawingroom and coupien to tlicnum lur of tun or sixteen each tnkeii ribbon dftncling the poles Hip At thecud of ribiwii w 3 it but mi electric plant at the fpccin Tuesday claim that Hie ordinance is Invalid by reason of a wnul of pub licalion no required by chapter MS of Ihe laws of I8U8 Section of said chapter roads as followa No franchise shall be grunted by any vilhlKO hoard or by any common of nny city in the state of Wisconsin to any person or persons without lirot having published such franchinsc at Ihe expense of ihe pirty applying for the same in UH oflleiul pnper of such cily or village lor not not less than two weeks previous to Inking action thereou by such village board or commoncouncil In order that the people whoso islyicsU a rout slake tuny have an opportunity lo be heard it they so desire of simple pretty ttgurtfs Urn ire alUniaitJy braided about and uti wuuuU from the pok The aic P0 llttllct tu tho grae vlmiige tic rm thu Another cliarmiiiii what swwjeiy civlU a SpaiiUk hut which in reality u uiMOurku Tti wcwrn all touiiwfsur tastaueU iu they Broken Chain The family circle is never so happy after the chain broken and a link taken Some family chains are strong others weak Have you a good family hiitopy Or is there a tendency to coughs throat or bronchial troubles weak tangs a brother sister parent or new had consaroptionJ Thenyoar family n Altoonu wan not lo judge in Uohe iiiatleiH He mud the simple ion WHS Should thu mnjorliy ol credllorH haven voice iu the lie said that a largo purlnm of the jaiikH were in lux lilks mid ihat Me LUijtlViicquaiutiinte with vilun ol roul e6lule and his laiKu eMHiicntH in such iicuuriihs Hl11 the place und Unit fl1 in all reprvsenlins n niijirily b lh til tunny who should their business Tho petition was promptly denied liy the judge He gave as his ruaaons for roliiaing the reuiieBt that it was unimiial to place such an application before the ourf Unit many had signed the petition hacause it had been represented to them Lhiillf was appointed iiaaijjiKC the bank would pay dollar for dollnn while if fact it was doubtful if the bunk could pay W eeiiU ou Ihe dollar Ho also slated Unit thin wan Ihcseeoml time the bunk had come under juris diction and that this lime he would si c personally what could be gut out of it He also sluted thai the banks n Hairs would be wound up quickly possible Uegardiug the chiirgea math agninsl him rresidcui Allen miid recently 1 to state that iill Ihe rellecllni on me made by Mr Uundy j nod by ihe cuiirt can lie explaiiitd I ii anyuuc who cares j about il lo lutjuiic ittu the mailer ami I will uid any who w to do so j DEATH OP A NOBLE WOMAN Jl K liilisliiB VltUrtit nt Hit W i T U IlijuiclifK MlsaRt 15 niilion ofllie 0 T U lioino on Oxlunl Avenue died veryisiiddiinly Init Mondny iininiing ul heart HIC hud hitn in her usuil food heiillh hliieplui wniidly all nielli ami ill Iho mtriiinu bcfurt phi itflvfil In have a lini miitli in roomHtii ii M7 up souii Ihe girl IIs th HIV hliu nnlicnl that iMtisini to bti Hiillirini and nhe ran luf help Ikfim I he ihicttiiuriivod lu bcciuii unciiiixioii and ll huhlater piiisitl away Mua Liiislniv hai boeii in Iho lltime abiiitl two yeiirn iintl tluriii1 Unit lim1 tihi IIIIH heiii like a Kympalhelic muilifr lu tin iiiiloituiiali Kirls there Him has UlU iillHICUii of lllC i the sick and diseiiKcd aiiil iiMiderly ciirid for llm little IHICH when limy entered Ihe Home noble scllMUCrinein life has ielt il impreSB upon inmales of Ihe Iliitnc tinil iltiou all who were Iorlunale tlHiUiili lo New Ciiy Directory Tim Iiau0Iiijru ivccntly suiit out a eircniar leUst the puoplu of Knu Oiiiire Umi they arc lo publish boonit dirqctoryof ritv and linking for nssietituee by giving Infnviiriliiiu iliat may producu n i work 1hu letter Is nv follows IIDOIC STATIONV know her Two frnin Siaruli Hold HIH from Neenah Ciiine mid iiccuilipanieil the remiiir lo where ulie will be luiil tlli prciienl KOll IHOlWTliiN MljIiLII The folluwinn arllle Irom m Utish lOxcliniiKi is inlcnBliiiR t rhanlM tif mil lu ttsponiju in a fall isiitetl by Downs ubtJiu iiKhly live t lh cut of tinfiV lAMJAllV Jtitll DKUI SMI Ji is ilmihiliMs known lo youHind wo huvf in piiiiiriilitiii and will publish iintiii a now Dlrcclory of tins iiily ot Kan Uliiint Tlid fiirtjigii COIUMIII lhal Ims in Ihu paitpnhliHliud cdilitiiH ot Ihiu hook IIIIK sent a repfeiienlulivu lu us lu ciiiUiiLvur liy threnlH and intimidation in iii in diijiiiiillnuc tliiH utilcr Irisu W have refused lo Hell oul or aliiuiiloii mr origiiiiii iiitunlion of issuing the lifut Direclory Unit lOim Ciairc lint ever hud Now we1 Inivc unlered upon thin not wllh Uic idea thai Ihero will liu u laiLt amoiinl of prolll iu it but inciiiiKe we bilicvu that a cliy tho slxc ui lliiu Jlalre to publish its owu IMnicloty iiml tliim allord eniploymeul ID canviuiMcrs type seltcru prcsumou und book hinders In our own cily who during Imrti UIIICH are purticulury in need of work It has ocuiircd In us ftlrllior that licint on tlie Tounil we could do llm work in a more thorouuli iiiiinner ami present u hook containing reliable t Kh mer fun or CutlU Uic or it Thu til III tillin illil MTIIIV THKOKAVK WAS KMllY Miirshlidtl HUrpriso was luiHiifesieil on the ot Fillhofvn fanntr six inles smith upun linlmu tin ennuis ihe a inert hunt lit I liiH hills nfnso In pay tittnl this liiimie by hKnhituu nf M1 il will plitirl the melduuil ti a w xUnt hi i K lfiltctioii i liihu a Itillure Minted SMI i hut Wfiu I kiinwn us Hi j informiilon and miieh hircer in ils scope1 than any Diteetory previously issued Tin It 1olk Cu have liiiniiicil lu offer Kiich ns will iiM in money on our uader laiinj anil tin thai is tholr luinouiicutl iiiUMilitiii we uri cillificHed to apptltl U tin hyul of lau tlairt and iiijuot itiojiuruiiutt and ussicltineu in a Imiiic tiusinusti eiiter iliisuftire usk thut iufnr ti iJtivciofy canvcfsors be given tiuly li siieh us may show fnilintiiili as MUa ur uuUiorizcU eul o lawn Whcie lit many eil j to iirm nf Uu eveliinv U til trtis MI ju ilitt iU 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