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Gazette (Newspaper) - July 30, 1897, Eau Claire, Wisconsin The Best Weekly I Published between St I Paul and Chicago I Tho Wide Awake I Weekly Four Pages Six Columns VOL 13 m 13 EAU CLAIRE WISCONSIN FEIDAI qn Ox iOJ as s s as PEE TEAE 1 1 CITY CbtWOIL N The City Building to Be Repairet Cost of Gilioway Street Water Waiu Allowed The city council met in special sessim AVedaesdiy nightUieirinuipiilqiiesiiou iiitler consideration being to do i Hli ihc old city buiidmsThe mauer i tis bioughl up by Iheprtisciiiaioii of a jepJil ofCbaifuiau UCTI of committee on v properij The rtpori loiili that uiiuiitie do uol consider it txpvdim i niiV liiijilliu4 in vew u 1tiiiuuvitiiiiiuttliouiiiid lnrher repun i iu wiia vUu i nldiii will ailawer as fur us Uiosanie i 11be expected or lime at loislfur i 1 reedtul purposes51 Aid SebeuiliaU uiuvJil to accept lliv j port aud lo give coiuiiiiUcu lull power lo UCl i iu answer lo a his opinion Una it vuuki not cost mole make Hie uecetsiiry rupaiisou city biiildiuguiHl jtrliaps uut more than Aidliiiiuniuud said ibai llwy ought lo liave determinedexactly what they repaired aud vliuy could get an tbtitniiUi lo within a dollar of thu actual jost The alderinan Offered an amend ment to AidSibenUiaHs resolution lo the eflect that an estimate for work be first secured before any action bu 1akeu After considerable discussion Aid Humiuouds anienclinqnl was lost aud Aid SubenllmllVmotion carried Aid Forest moved that a cominillco of three beappointed lo 6ecuro suitable quarters lor oily olticials Iliu building waa being repaired Aid Uieguiro stuitd the cily otllciils weiii afraid slay ia Uiu building aud thought Unit wishes in ibo matter should lie cousidtied Aid Graves called ulieuliou to the facl tuat the dour of thii litnuutera office could not be closod bcUUgclwilcu and Bcwllon thought tiie building perkelly safe lu iodir to pass Aids JAircais resolu tion ihe MIC wlls Mitpeuswu taktii in 11 ayes and 0 nays Aldeiwuu illuui bcallou Soblcgeluiilch nud Stybeiihvoting in the The uiuyor held that there nul a tulBcittit number mirier the rules voiiig In the nfliruialivo lo cany rliu biispeubiun aiid the motion WHS de clared lost CHy Engineer AUlenuaii submitted repon an per icsoluiion on COBI of paving or ujialiiugGalloway street Thu loll wing are exlriieta from said report Kiwi Estimate of cost of placing a MilUrlenl iimOuul of tcrOencd gravel upon ihe paveuieul on illowny alieet to make taid street safe for iruvel IWlcuuie yards screened gnivi a inches Iliick at eijtialflO Second Eetimutc of lulling up sid pnvmiciit aiid jcsloring said street lo condition it was iu prior lo paving same 1 am positive what material wns in Ule slieet before il was pavtd but havo uasimied it to be riverbed gravel and sand THKiDg up old pavement ilOJ cubic jds filliuK 8 inches deep at Total 103330 Under lhis head the engineer rccoin ineiids that 11 rotid bo built of different sizes of cobblestousscovored with sand or shul caml thu whole to be 14 or 10 inches deep The cost of ibis would be about SLE I imil Sheriff atRoanoke Appeals to Governor Tanner for Troops to Protect Miners A Thousand Men Marching on the Town arci Great Ex citement Prevails Third Estimate of cost of replaying said street with vitrified brick If this ivuiu lo bu done ou u sund luul piiivel foundation Ihe tost would he as loliows Taking npuld Sand gravel for foundation Total Fourth JSaliumlu ot cost t repaying street with rirstelasi ettai UlouKa dipped iu tar KiUb As lo uephuil pnvtimail tin that tuti lowest hiMid ot per equate yanl at IVoiii 111 St riill cost ui liiiioAjiy Mrtet ii n lor know fail tpeill in lid Wolf juatry IU Jbtf M fiiA allowed u years ly tinn True Uniformity Agreement Adopted by the tors at PiUsburg ROAXOKF Jlls July sheriff has wired Governor Tanner troops to protect the mines nnd miners The sheriff bus in 30 deputies nnd bus soJiio special police bmj is un able to procure u sufficient force to rc ftist the 1000 racu mnicrring hero f rein several ncurby towns Great eNcite incnt prevails METAMOKA Ills July deputy sheriffs have been sworn in to go iinmoclmtely to Roanoke where an invasion of con miners is expected from Miuonk Stroalor Kanglcy Wcnona Tolnca and Rutland rdrti tbc purpose of forcing the miners to join the strike A telegram from Minonk says ilOO men have loft there nnd will meet others at Benson the entire forceto number from 800 to 1000 They threaten to stay at Koancko until every miner is out The marching miners curry provisions suffi cient for Bovtrul days Serious trouble is feared TRUE UNIFORMITY GOES OlMrviittnft vt VHthbiivK Alppt Tao PiTTSBUtto July true uni formity conference of the coal op orators ol the Pittsburp district con cluded its work al oVIoek after a two days session work Theit sect ions of Ihe uniform ity agreement were I horoufihly rtis cnsscrl ulid adopted Hcclion by section The bRit of feeling prevailed through out the meetings the only exception be in the bollinr of Coloiiol Howl Tnst provioitH to uiljuiiruineiit however Judge Owens announced lint Colonel Keud had authorize him to sliito Ihil liny agreement ho conference adopled would receive his hearly eooperation tuid ho would sijrn if CO per cent of the opens tors wero sincere iu their sanction of it Tho eonfcrciico appointed a commit tee of HvoloMcure the signatures of Ihe operators to he agreement When Iho requisite number of signalures have been secured another itioeliny be held to ratify the agreement The agreement as adopted provides for cash payments of wages 000 pounds to the ton cheek weighuien on iho tipples miners to ho credited with the full quantity ot coal contained in the mine ear tibolition of company stores semimonthly paydays uniform price for pick mining in the thin and thick vein districts and screens notex ceeding onehalf inch also provides that in case of Ihe violation of the provisions nnd terms of the agreement a penalty ui 10 cents per Ion on the total output of coal mined by the violator will be charged which penalty is to be paid a eenmiivsion subject lo the right ol inr ther arbitration or appeal Said pen alty when collected is lo be distributed among the signers of tiie agreement pro riita in proportion to the total amount fif tonnage or output made by thorn during Iho year The agreement shall not become ef fective unless it has been signed by per cent of the operator on or UJorn juu i ieus llis No lilii t on Hi StriUr TiKopeiatois wilt a lew exiTpi ion want it distinctly und rstocd thai the passage of an agreement wheivbv ill operators tire o ado and nn u pay ibi MIU lor niiiiing bas nilhm great suike The rpi iliut out tiie uiiiitrs leadrs inu l ik ing any ptn in thiM iir miy TIIUr1 v JR Si TIItT u liilhe j o v uiii luj1 ly the Muvnb jtUc U r BACK PEOM OAMT 1 s he Boys Blue Well tie Sati fled Ilib Wetks Work Tiie Grifllus i tiie Front bank Company Ev got buck from al Cttmp Douglas ou b i little darkened by tho cxposuie suii liul feeling well Tho work in camp lliis year while it 1 s iiol us hiiril us Iliu last few jLaiS niiv iinicli more rrucltovl ueingol Iiut tliu liays would get were thej calkd oulliif acuuil service Uul bull lion wasjiiycii to Bmallioii oTKv0imenul drills but senlinisl oiii poStliud miaid iluiv in iiiiii iny ono uill iiflti llul tjN ls taUcu lotht giliiid liousu llidts Flm h id i pass on UiecouiiUtMKli nlosl ol Ihe hoys siayld intiiicllie juajil luub Avlicro tluru was iu iLStin linns unlil Itllo Tim hoys led proml of the iu oril niuclcthis year iind thty litivo n isoli On giuinl duty and dress UK re wure inure belter while in shootuifj tlio were among the bust Of ibu ju ud clulv performed by Co E Col ilooie ilwHV the best luu 3rd Rugl il ui ami hu IhpuglUil wns withonl doubl the best ever performed iu the state On dvcss purtulu the precision ul stepaud nerleol uliuetuent was tne talk ot the cump As they would uppioicli the reviewing olHcei3 reniarlts eouU heard from Uiu visitors like this Iter Co E Look at lhat line tl The First BatUilion tour oumpaniiL ahot Monday and out of sixty l lixcd distancB logo ou slurwiisli Co hud Out of the 13 from Ihe biUtiil lion for rejniuuiUil ttuni they h 1 1 on tie regiiiHjiital team 12 L Hay luid Cailicnri iind Btllmei On yulny lirinj they made 108 wbicli nt UiU time tliu beat record uver nude m tin United The next CJo I of Spiirta more by good Kick Ulan vaitliing uine muiic 171 lulu There nre in Iliu company tiiaiiy good Clearly DemdnstratssHe Is Still theFavorite land Democrats State Convention Names His Candidates and Endorses His Resolutions Platform Favors Binietaliism but Is Silent on theQues lion of Ratio BArThtoRK Jul of the old fashioned liiud prevailed at the 15euiocniticisjuo eciiiventiou here and U was clearly demonstrated thatfjuittd Slates Senator Terniau still his hand ou the lever that cuimnl tlu nicAcments of the orgjinization Tho candidates iiominaied by iho couvou tiou seiected by liini and the reso lutions adopted were of his inspiration Asohairniiin of the commitipe ou resolu tions he rend the platform and rtad it in such a Wav as to indieato that Very nearly 500 SHirt Waists are libre to sell for less tlian their the wholesaler wanted to close out the seasons stockThis lot comprises half of his regular other half was taken by another merchant Goods carefuliy made for the very best trade Many of the styles were coppied from overthesea models 25 ahotu nl llxed diytiinciiind a jlsey gtl inire pcuulicu onfclcrnriidU tlwiv be ih thu front rank Auuiatanl Iiiupccloi Ciildwcll will inspect llie compuny Ihiw iiij The boyu have been drilling ovmy uiyhl IhiH week and expuet to ntnml near ihu heud HUB year IJKAVY KAINfS The heavy ruins of hjiinday caiiKtd n serioiia wiishout on Iho Oinuliii heiweiil Kimpp iind Wilson a Ireslloworl and I ruck beiiiK carried awny Tlio limited from iUiaticapnlis and two ChrihliuiilOn dcavor spcitiuls lakeii nrotind by way of Spooiur iind Ihe enrlymorniiiLC liniilid from Ohiciijo wus stiit over Ihe same roiile to jMinneapoli A largo force of was pin tu work uul Ivuina were running Monday night ns usual Tiii noAun OK HKVIKAV The hoiird of review Iind business on hund Tuesday iiftcriioon Mnyor KriiwleyTrLiisurer Cochrnne nnd nil oilier members wne were present iVlorney James Wicltlmm for UK Kim Ohiire WuterworUs Uonipany and niide an nrguinont ujiiuust ihe jiroposed nssessiiieut by which ihu vainiition was rnised about Mr VvieUhiini delivered sin bie address nil behillf of the company He presented ihe view that if the proposed men tha ul assiMiienl insifiled upon the HM puiiy enild not is Aould In destroyed lhat the previous ishvssment WHS fiiir and nsiiHcnuble inl he same lo be retiiiuvd year i A w FIHIADKLIHIAIA Ali ITII TO 7T11 Tin Ni ki I Hate Koad will Hell ti Uem fti at one fine tin Uiu round mi Tiilict will availde Au Jiid td ilid Ith Mood i vn IhdidilphU P I lii lull iili in oi el I y filhiin tien ill A ChicI III Dtpol Vlll itli lie knfiw it alninst wit linul luokinir alif At his one of tincaiidtiliii1 frir coinptrollrr wIMiilrcw wieM lUR asVnred anil iin ntlier was taken tip 1y tlucnnvciition axicl at liiii TcqtuKt botli pild and jilvr rnn waived their rrrviVkins fur ihc nonco iind voted iidojii a plaMifui that fin1 liiniiliilHcin Inn is Bilenl as to Ihe vital of rnlio The following stale lieldt was noiui natal 1or eomplroller Tliomas A Smith Caroline inonly clerk of Iho fioiiil iC appeal llrank lnrd St Miirys conutyl IOWA PROHIBITIONISTS Sluil TiUl II nll lv Kv I IjllM ill Mn Dws MCHXIS la Inly Im hibitianists hold their slate eonvention hern and placed in nominal ion ihe fol lowing sriilo ticket ovrnoi L Katoii DCS jAloiues lienlenanl gov ernor W Watwood lOslhei ville state superintendent Mrs 5l IV Hun ham supremo judge A liellyer Outhrie Center railroad comiuivsioiier A V Ooates Jerry The phi I form ii short and eonlined to prohibition en tirely except one plank fur suf frage and anol her of a fiiir hallo and a fair count liiIl in IIuiKinil ISnlliii Talcrii WKISSTKI CITY hi Inly deadlock in the ivii alorial eoiiventioii imw M in this city U lil on sifier over i si ui iu lots The vnlo stands Itichards JC Wallace 111 anil Hi TAX ON WEARING APPAREL il MiiiMi iol I lilis lilliriiU XKW iti Inly ipst of lie JHrivn III this p11 Mlle I h I tariff bill The liUhas mat the privilegcMf imiriis in nilird l of waiiinr appiie for eigll manufacture hai MIV into tini oiintvy ill il r slnel1 Other side ot the oi an v hn ri Mij tic sailed U a nti I i tui r aiil I Wore thMi eon wi I v Mm Ii In thy now arrivals sliirl SLMiCIA IRKKS 31 AUK ihil wMe iviaild ihirin T11R IJALANCi OF OlK STOCK OF Shirt Waists cliul only 3 slTjivt wjiists left Itotu Ihe season of 9li iiid thcv wore sold montlis ago E very thing liavo on liund boiight this season All otoiir Si 00 iind Toe waists arc nowred need to All 25 and 50 eliinwaists fed need Iu All Ta and So fihirt mitieed tu All 25 ami 00 waists re duced to tuny divided in iliu three luls 75c In lie now iiluiTui of Greeny MlinV lieds ete Laritc itiediiini and small polka dots of oddcolors and wide Gripes mcditiin aiul large of many lines Theyall have starched detach able collarsand culls some ol while linen and inline in flit same back grounds as I lie botly ol the and lion again some are in ooivlrawiinir colors The careful farmer pulls up daisies in the fields where the crop is growing No question about the beauty of the daisies but they are a poormixture From this field of wash goods we keep pulling out the remnant daisies of the stock They are apt to be the choice they sell down to small pieces first At any rate they have no place in the regular stock One of the three Center Counters has been given to the seJ ling of these remnants atone quarter one third and in no case more than onehalf price There are a trifle over 400 short lengths on the counter r Co Eau Glaire Wisconsin EXAMINATION 1 I tliinlv TiiHlil InMillie Anil A eniiilv leiioliijis iiiiitiliilr will he IieM il in Iliie Aiifllilli eiintliin1 erlr All Icsieliuiti te alllllil MvrlV illn 1 is blillj Illlldti lO irvi lii i ul any ill InIll 111 Mil I ollUiV LATE MARKET REPORT M II hily 28 y SjrliiK 7flu No 1 jCnriliitrn lieomnbor Wijjii OATSNo L1 wliitti HA No MUc on tractc litljdtliliVu MlnnriipotN Grain MlNSKAPOUB IUIy Zty Inlr elosci nl p JiinliiT WH On Trunk J hard 1 Norlbtrn KJgo irii VISr Inullry if fHICAOO July fl tivn Tiirkoy VrX miring rliinkfiin Ilntlcr Drui tnwi rie I nili Sturk hi j Ktwny Vo in IIPI I lower lu 1nr ji lur i v ii lir i It II MniKvt Uwiiy to in lowtr No tutr tor rmrivrt W I T1 iiimrmtr uuiU TV 1 r v ui A I Mile li lii ttttlC J Mt ill 11 I
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