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   Gazette (Newspaper) - March 12, 1897, Eau Claire, Wisconsin                                The Best Weekly Published totweeti St Paul and The Wide Awake p Weekly Eight Pages Ji Six Columns VOL 12 EATJ CLAIRE MAKCH 12 1807 8100 PER YEAB GRANT ANDJCONFEDERATE j CoMldesalfoaFor Officer of tbe Enemy The following anecdote is related by I General Horace Porter in bisCam jgDJjjg mThcCeutury I ftbilc riding about the field Grant stoppcdat a house andexpresscc a desire to prepare A number of tbe porch and in the srefoiris They bad roade their there in accordance with the usual custom of wounded men to seek a house Uffeems to he a natural ftiDct as a fcouie conveys the idea ol BUelKr and of hbine I the general iuto a backroom to see whether tliere was a dry spot which he might take possession of for a short time to write messages and look over jhe maps As we entered there was seen sitting i the only chair a Confederate lieuteis ant of infautry who had beeu shot iu the left cheek the ball passing through his moatb and coining out wear the right ear Amass of coagulated blood covered hie face and neck and be pre sented a shocking appearance He arose the moment entered pushed hie chair forwardi toward the general and paid with a bow and a smile Here take ETT chair sir General Grant looked at him and replied Ah yoo need that chair much more than I Keep your neat I see yep an tadlj hnrt the offlcftr iaiBwercdgoodna tnredly It you folks let me go back to I think I ought to bo able to get a leave to go home and gee iny rirl But I reckon she wouldnt know me now The general said I will see that one of our surgeons does all in power for yon and then Stepped out of the room He told one of the snrgecBJ who was dressing the wounds of out men to do what he could for the Con federate We did not hear what became of him afterward He probably never knew that ho had been talking to the general iu chief of the Yankee armies Tbo dispatches were afterward written in another room CARPET PRINTING McKinleyh to CougreM Following is the texl of IcKinleys proclamation convening Congress iu special session Wbereas public interests require that be Congress of tbe United States sbould IB coaveneil iu extra tfesBion at 12 oclock u tbc fifteenth day of Alarcu 1897 to icceive such communication as may be uadu by tbc executive Now tberefore I William HcKioley resident of llic Uoitul Slates of Liueriva do hereby proclaim and declare an extraordinary occasion reqi Ires be Congress tf llic Uniled to louvene in extra session at tiiu capitol in be city ot WttBbingtou on the fifteeulU of at 13 oclockBOOB jf wliicli all persons who tbal al that ituu be entiilud in mA at mcaibers tberv f arc hereby required lo tahe notice Given under my baud and seal oft be Uuittd Sidles at Washington the Gib day t March iu tbe year of our Lord 187 aud of tbe independence of ibe United BUttes tbe WILLIAM MCKIMKY By Vbe President JOJIK Secrelaiy of State Wkfin this Tint Were John Ilrlghl The printing of tupcKlry carpctH after bciiigwovcu iu tliewliito dates back 50 or moro years ago Old carpet men will t once recall the fabric made by John Blight at Rochdale Eng land and how be flooded our country with his product Their introduction however waiidimcult hs they oani8 iu conflict with tho productions of John Ctvssley SOHH Oiun the greatest pro ducers of the original tapestry and vel vets ill the world The Terence o course between the hvo productions van that the Crossleys had the printed IIH iiow in colors on thawarp Iwfon wcaviiig while that mado by Jnlm Bright tapestry had its flgurew and colorw stamped upou tbo fabric by hand after it was woven Tho latter however presented a dniggct effrrt and lacked the fifyle undaccurat ejrisl ration of tlio Orossley They hud cue thiug to commend them they were very durable Wrights goods first printed with blockf mid Ixi ing durable und cheap their wna large in many eonntrieB Cylinders or rollers were af terwoK need by Bright the cue being taken from calico and kindred printing but they varied much ia their construction One of these used by au English manu factnrcr was a very elaborate and ex pensive affair The engraving of tho de sign upon tho cylinder was very deep arid the colors placed in their proper plncra to correspond precisely with the fabric itself n pniuted design contain ing every color to lie employed beinf used an n guide In fnct tbe cxnct col oriug of the carpet was placed upon the cylinder and from it transferal to the plain Carpet and Upholstery Journal A llrldgo Kept In Keftclr hy The or silky beard by whiol tho mussel moors itwlf the Rtone ii object of our It ii in ita nature liko tho nilt of tho worm mui midKH in n glutluOHS tlircm from an orgnti tbo of the foot Tho following In whiol rho mooriug of tho niitful tt a purpose which human not ncttomplinh A largn bridge with 20 irthw iis twn of BUJdfiforiJ in thw tyvt of its jnifiotUui with Taw Tho tide flown co very rapidly lift it ftmml 111 nil rvjwtlr mortitr in tlio trf tho ttn filled hand with tliw It i OALITED IN EXTHA BESSIOM OOMMEROIAL ASSOCIATION MonlUly SUetlos Hihl CHy wntt Fkvor Committee lo Actwilh the U A K KEPLY QF OBBEUJ3 A dispatch from London on last Mon day says The reply of Greece to tbc ndentical notes of the powers delivered Athens on Tuesday last and instating ipon the withdrawal of tbu Greek troops from Ciete and of ibe Greek fleet from Cretan waters waa received here at noon tt conforms lo tbc forecast cabled exclusively lo tliu Associated press Tbe reply of Greece in regarded in jrclusberea6 being ol a most favorable nature and it is believed Unit the crisis will now soon be ended a8 the Greek uole at lust furnishcB a basis upou whieb a compromise aaiisfuclory to all con cerned can be speedily readied it is lenriid ou good uutliorily that Greek reply to Ibe identical notes of the powers will be eharacfed by four points Ln tbu lirst place it will be conciliatory in tone fully recognizing ibe high aims of Ibe powers stcondly il will offer to withdraw UMJ Greek fleet frcniCalBii watersIbiidly while pointing out Ibat H is impossible lo with draw tbcGicek iroopg from tbc isluud of Ciclf il will offerlo place Ibem under tbo coulrol of Ibu powers to restore order finally tbc reply will repeat tne sUUuicnlH about tbe Cietans really preferring autoucniy aud suggcfcling thai Vbc Cretuus bo aliswcd to choose Ibuir own government Tbe regular mouibly meeting of CoiuuHrcial Assoeitttion was held ul council chambers on Douglas being in tbu chair One of Ibe principal questions dis cussed was limt of a city market Tbe proposilion met wilU ntucb favor and lUe outcome njlt uudouliledly be tbal ere long suitable market building will grace preseul Hfljnmiket Arthur SuiilU A A Cuittr 11 C A O Cbiippell anil Hi spoke favorable to A cvuicuilice eousisliii of Gd A li Jl IJurilcU Sheiill C II Jlocbkitsaud J Jl ikGmlb the liiglc Post G A It were presvul Mr Birry aclcd as spokesman for Ibe couitniUee naked Ibat Hie sBsocmtlon cooiiewle wilb tin local GA IL in tnleriiiiuing the dcparttncul ciicnuipiiivut wliieli will uieel here iu uexl I be speaker between 1000 silt gueate would in Ibe elly al time Tlie encamp mentwill be in session for 3 days Tbe president of Ibe Commercial as sociation Eugene Slmw will appoint a committee of live lo confer wtib tbe Eagle Post committee nut a special meet ing ot ibe members will be called latter lo lake nuiiuu 11 C Pulimnr Kttid Ibal Lc would furoisb a ball and IIIUBIC lorlbuoecusiou The G A U committee will gu before ibe council ut ibe iigular mceUug and Hdk Ibttt body lo alau lend n band i bonor of ibe iuvilcd gucBls aud Ibe cily as well A GOOD IDliA It lias been nusgesled Umt on January 1 u new division of Ibu yoar Into tbirtKuu mouthtt be iostituled If such a division were made Ibe lirst iwulvc mouths would have JUKI twcntyeigbt duyi or four weeks cacb and Ibe new month iwculynioe aud u leapyear thirty daya Aftci a few days Iberc would bu no Deed to refer to eakiidcru us tbe same day of tbe week would have Ibe same dale Ibrouifb jibe year If January 1 were say Monday every Monday would be tbe 1st 15ib and 33 every Tuen day tbeSdOtb MHb and 23d aud throughout tbo year Tbu changes of ibo nioou would be ou about Ibe diitcs Ibrougb Ibe year and tunny cslcu lalions like interest dale of Easier Sunday nud many olber uiinortauf dalen would be sitnplifitd C08TUMCLB8AM Work was reimtuid Tuewity Uu pension bureau al In nby tfillliialts thai tbe HIM May to rfl I Im tlUli Iv n u ieiitj BOABD OF CHECKERS GALOttE Last Hatiirday was a great dwy fo checker playere in ibis Incullly PixBtun Kelclium of Madimm WIIH in tbe city Silurday aud Sunday ad Hie guesi Mr 0 T Soutliworth Mr Ketchum hai given much lime to tbe game aud has few if any superiors iu tbe mate WhiK iu the city be played 4H of wbiel hewoii25 lost 11 draws of 17 Mr SoutliWorlb uindelbe befll irccbrJ of any local player winning a and losing 2 wiln 4 draw gunicB Tbu following the EUiuinary KclchunUi Pal rick 0 draws 1 Kotcbum 5 Ewald 2 drawn Ketcbuni 4 Hammond 1 draws 8 Ketchum Boiilbwortb a draws 4 Kelclium 0 Eliuioru 1 draws I Kelcbuui a Lees 0 draws 1 O T bouthworlh cnterlabied al dinner on Snlnrday cveuinu in boiior of Jlr Kelclium tbo checker players of Eau Claire Mr Bany of Allooca Air Uun of Giluiaiitou and Mr Uoratof Mmidovl Mr Ketcliuni left Mimieapolla Monday morning and will spend a few tftiys with playere of tbal city ni lor i riilort tl Ultl ouwmiHw wf IN fuur iu lie ml il bu uf fund 111 wiiidi 10 y au BTHitt H Sw In m IJM way MitttlifM pi on tull UK H AltllEbTEU FOH FKAUU E CTuruej who bus been ruuiiiug a collcctluB agency here WUH af fouled on Tuesday oil cnmplainl Hev Gcu WCase cltbrgliiBTuruev wilhobtaiiiiuB mouey under false pretcuncti He WUB brought before Judge Barllell and iu default of bail was cumuiited to Ibe county JailThe couiplainl Hcta forlb Ilml Turuuy under fuluo pretense aud unlawfully secured hla lo H nole drawn ou Ibu Cbippcwa Valley Bank foi tbe BUIII f ing Uml Ibo wolllti Uc ludorued by Kev A C Kemp ion lima rwuiUly Mr CaneH inline happened on September II WW note pro fur Mr June Ibu note IV WAM A 1AU Nil culumii nil of ibu week lrin UBUifiiiii 1 contemplated bold up ll 10 40 UiiHilli limilwliii omiiU jimduy liittlil Tim llltl thti of Ibi IllUtlt rwlUiy Ihni mlluH mn ih I lwli Hid tind Mini vvuu bum tlis HlDii rtlllt UivKJ II iKUIIilaliill Will i IH ImJ Hi rt4lvnHui Arm bail u AH l UP j n l witlnHil litiU lk tlb U illlii Hl Hit M j M IfiUMr M ft for Ii r to tti6 to tlio Eilriit of from llio SUte for tho lleaf unit LHllllI School At tbu meoiug of lite of educa ipii on Jlouday uisjbt there were three ibsenlecB viz President Noble uud tVinni Weiss and Uartlett Coiur Ilorao ivas made president pro urn auU au jtyorJzcd lo papers dinlag the 4bsf ucc of Preiiklful Noble wbo is ejiiviug medical treatment Chicago rnr Alexander pruwute 1 n Tesdu iiou iu rcgitid lo ibe biiins of It set foilb Ibat only biicb lencbvra be euguged iu Ihe future have u first or id grade ccrtiflcaUt nuJ Inive taught iit JcKbi 0 uionlbs This wua liul no action was bud tiiipl culKd ulltiiliou to Hit uctU of for ibu wiliool Tills was rcfciwJ Iiiliu spring vacation was fixed al one week lor ail Uic schools Mtept Ibu Waaliingiou eeuool which will remain ijt ccesioivto make up for lime lust oil account of tbu tiro A notice was received from tbc ilale aittlwrilicBstaling that 134855 bad been placed lo the credit of tbe board ul tducsliou wilb the cily ircaaurer Tbis was tbu cum due for the deaf and dumb The finance committee was instructed to collect llic amount from tbe oily Couir llorau reported tbut tbe insur ance companies had decided to pay the jous caused by tbc recent fire at Ibo VYasbiuglou school building One of Ibu commissioners slated tbul High tehool boyn were reported to be ffitjueiiliuga resort at the old Balvaiiou Army wuere soft driukb wie sold etc No action wan taken iu regard lo ibii laiiitcr SENTIMENT IN ENGLAND An un evidence that tLt conscience ol 0 itlit llritttin in beiujt arouncd against Lord Bulwburya policy compelling Crete lo Hljrttdon bcr deairo fur a unioi wilb Uruecc and to remain under Hit of Turkey ibe fullownijt gram from William K Gladstone IJMU lace to tbo London Chronicle teila tbu wbolc Bloiy Toexpel Ibe Greeks liom Crete and to poiicu ibu bnlcliera uf Aruiunia will further deepen I bu dwgriwe of tbt powcrc IIUH dclied Ibo powers in tin iiiterciil ot Imibaiium nud ibe powers huve net crushed Turkey JSuw Urcec threatened to defy llic powers iu llic iulereut of biaiiiiuity and iirotfrchs Cm It bu Ibat tbu powers which Imvc Uilemltil Ibu cool Impudence of Tinke will pliuiab Ibe noble inipulsivuncm o IUOOUESSIVK CINCH Sir and Mrs Geo Howe gavu a ver pleasant progressive cincb iu Wtduebday evening Allur cards u Hnt luucli wan survud coiiBioliiij of uiilads wafers coffee cream and assorted L A Doulitllo won tbe bead prize fo gentlemen which waa a livu rooster Cbas Sauwls succeeded wlnuiuK Ibu uioiit jjBmeii Hiwoiig Ibe lndiuH und as i bcuic n llii booby pito Hierc IK but little to miy except tbut Irocer A Mwilli ban HI supply of on band wbiiil dusireB lo dinpoHu of bcfoio warn wcalber HCH in MiW HEKCHKU Mrs Henry Wind Itteclar died ul Istaiuford Con labt Woiidny Ibe lenllt Btiniviircary of Ihc deatb ol bur bimbmid Him was M A LOOKED FOB Opening of the COKNER BABSTOW AND KELSEY STS The New Building is Completed And was thrown open for business Monday Feb lotli and is by far the strongest attraction over gathered to the people Our ruottcj is to do the volume of business hence the imtrgmn are siiwli AVrc mean to bring ourselves closer to our 11111113 thousand customers whose interests luve become identical with uiirs whoso very liberal response to our dlorls have helped us lo achieve our wonderful success and for whose special benefit all our energies Are employed To thorn and their many friends we bid most cordial welcome 1st Floor Dry Goods Notions Millinery Cloaks Shoes 2nd Upholstery Draperies 3rd Rugs etc 4th Cut Glass etc Bargain Goods Domes tics etc ALFRED KAHN Prop Mr Jieucbeiban bceu sinking aieadily since noon Uurluij Hie tut iwuiiyJour ImiirH jiroeeiiinK IUT i 11 llHll biltll lYullmll lieceber vt IUT lunclnsd ford HiitunJay uvetiiiig tiiid until last iiijiiti be lir Nuw Vcrk diiillt lewred bill litr UllH IH4H wile l H1 jtj tlld MlJt SWll Ullttiltvll H Ulti Ml it AT MADISON AgBemblyuian Hall created a Beuaiilioii iu Ibo aatteutbly ou Tuesday by iuliodtic ing u roHoulliou which provided Ibat no adjournment of the luke place from dny lo day until April Unilcr tbe ruhis il went over bin if passed it iiirtleriully shorltsn Ihe bpuakcr Uucliilall culled tbu uUontiou of Ibo IKIIIUU lo llic fact tbil only ine tbird of tbu tniudiiiff bilU buJ buuti aeliiil upon although twolhlrds of tho sittion hau lie urfid Iho ci illlnca lo ucl au Boon an pimsiblo on Hie nmrc important biln muHt of wliicli he Btiid were slill in Ihe liamh o ibe cmiinillteuu und kill oi Ibe minor bills will HCitnl ceremony UnlcsH Bomelbiusof lliia kind in dime the npeuliur declared Ihu kginln lure will be iu BtHbipi till limo I cxpfiiao of a day THE 1IJT TOMALU A new paper bus been blurted in Augusta aud given tbo iiunic of Uic 1bc ilotTotmile His lo be noiiiiartimin iu polilica Tbu publisher C Wcs Warner ia uuUI lo Im M iiroisml iiimt perfectly at lioini waHliiiig lurnih or wriiingedltorliilM on tin circuit judgi miiy H keep Mit uf HltYAN HKCKIVEH Tin W U Conkey Co piilillnbtfra of Wui J 13ryniiti KirHi llnllle lnvo Hitiil llii aiilbor a edieck for tliiH Hum luiviiig litin dm rijttltius A NKW K1HM ArlliiirJaekHoii and John Ibe iwu wiill known have Iwucil Uierwjlim tlu uid of Kclsiy ainxl brblBu formerly occupied liy Ur aru Uiein for tliu miiiiufacliiru and repair uf nil kinds lol ami Bllvur plitliiiK will doiiu iipcclttcius kept I evrry lntj tbal KOUS to inakii up ft liitl cstablinhuienl us kind will fmiud KliVTKHNVI Tbe Fralcincl Alliautw liiV Ihu Kof I1 tiitll ii sired will huld mecliiiK Wcil ol ituuli vvvelt U TO FRENCH ARMY AND NAVY rnglnniJn Tritdltlnnnt Kntmf Not Rebind Hvt In Arnmraeni Tlw French uuvy rnukw next to that of England In numbers while in efft cSiJiiy iud lighting juiilitics tho French ihipH arc fully equal to tboir Englinli rivnlH Iu fncf iu navnl nrohitcoturo tho Fronoli viirly took tho loud iiud mmj of tho Kugllwli typcH of nhipw were mod eled lifter tho French designs Cbimtwiintm of tho chief differ enccN liitwfen tlio EngliNh aud tho French iirmoreil xhipn today in in tho lifipiisil ion of tin armor and tho qtienl deKigii if Mm hull EnRllnh do biive Hlriviii in protect tho men i the KIHIH and to do hiivo ridiicid thn length of Hin Fhlprt armor Krcneh nud navnl nrehiteotd on tho other hand hiivo Riven lillle utten tioti fo thr protection if mnn and agreiifc deal to the protection of the wnlnr line Therefore they hnvo reduced the breadth of thn nhipH armor It JH worthy of note thul Franco tho only power which levien a tax on muli of her citiwim HH either do not iilint in thn iinny or wh cnliwt for it dhoiter term him Mirroj yearn Only hone who mo offlcinlly do olnrert impwynulmifi nro eiempf from Bucli ii lux It IH pnyiiblo long as the liuhilltr lo nervieo anl tho revenue from thin tp about 80000000 francB or annually Tlie of tho French army n cotvfl it very thorough education ftt diffnrent mllltnry schools At the of nlthongh not nxnluHivoly mill tnry fitiiiidw tho Polytnchnio nchool Pariw whih wliuitH lOOpupllnniinuillS niivr n exomlntttiou ctmrwi occupliH nine hi the year for two yeiirn AH it id tokwpnnder aoni for three yenrH the entire annual contin jrfnt if reerxiitH the law provides fof fliMhiirgn of thoroughly trained men nt the fnd of the flrHt nr ireonrt ol active neirice in Hiieh proportiouw M to hriiiK down the jiciire Ntrntiftth f army to tho number annuitlly detorinln wl npiiii by tiiti Keuornl IVef BTfiieeH Iu tlilw dfoidwi hy thin orery recruit at hiH i nrollmrmt drivwB unmtmr and only ihtiHi Hi numben ciiiitled lo Uw i tiiy of ciiw It will tl In ibo iifcu of Kant liilin Uui ii i i A lnf u WIUMd The refund to owttnt U had Mrl ff guaVirliko niirpHoity wul Imt KM ttMmonj In leildft a in JuKtlft tllin fotirtrftfuu Tho luitmiil h and After iiiiiii htidwii told hii rale th iliitf tXk v nlMiid Nv WIMI I H wbd hud fAuUivUinl hit dH jinn prul Kinlcihii it ki ipcr mi luiii Tin tiiiif tmriiiil uut the MilllCIrt Islil IUWV 4l ttll fUt fil MU intuit I in tit d ho Ihat UiUiiufMl Id nnlmul WM utiy f tvris wwl 5   

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