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   Gazette (Newspaper) - June 3, 1898, Eau Claire, Wisconsin                                lelie GAZETTE For Gazette SOLIT CLAIRE FRIDAY JUNE 3 VOL141TO6 One of of the Jfosertidge DR C L SEMTOTON MUSIO MALL BLOCK 1C FRENCH DENTIST ROOM 43 INGRAM BLOCK Dr J A REYNOLDS OPERA HOUSE BUILDING WEST WOLTERSDORF Manufacturer tf HAVANAS DOMESTIC CIGAR Smoke out celebrated TU800TQOUDEN OBOWN B A Itofflngton PreBidont H 0 Ptttimm V President T Thompson Oashior OUPPEIA YALLEY BANK CAPITAL 100000 COOAU CUIRE AHD S BARSTOI 0 II liiKmra Prw W K Coffin Cuiili KADCIAIBE NATIONAL BANK Tim ho iTioillttoa In ovary ileimrlmtmt for iltilng t general limikltiK IHIHUIIUK Safe Deposit Boxes for Rant CEMENT STONE BRICK LAND PLASTER GRASS SEED Ac Ac When in need of unylliitig ll OUR LINE Wisconsin Pipe and Fuel Co j w PEPPEE City Express and Gen eral Draying Business QOOPS j PIANOS STOKK1X t I MOVED OOA1 AND WOOD TJHMIS 153 GET YOUtt SPOWINO GOODS Adveitisers Attention Ailvorlising is brains and judgment mixed with necessity If goods are bought right and advertised right they will soil right Price aud quality are the whicil appeal to the pur olmsftr AtiVieHlsIng will be more valu able during the next six months than it baa been during the past six months Spring and summer are the seasons for planting Put your advertising seed in soil that will make itappear even uiorev attractive than it isaud the result will be ail abiimUnl harvest Try the GAZRTTK jit reaches more coun try homes than any other weekly iu the county LOCAL BRIEFS MrsH W Pugh visited her sister Augusta a part of last week Guy on of Chippewa Falls was in the city on Tuesday last Barstow sreet bridge was closed the first of the week for the purpose of repairs Misa Lillaa Slogor ot Chippewa Falls spent Sunday with her sister Mrs W P Fletcher new pastor of the Second Pres bytermn church on the Northside hill is Rev Wm McCoy late of Poynette Mrs RF Wilson entertained Mrs Kyle of Chippewa Falls and Mrs Hart ol Juneau Alaska the past few days Tenth Annual Reception and Banquet of the High School Alumni As sociation will beheld in Putnam hall 11 H Whetstone who has been spending the winter in Cincinnati re turned to this city the first of the week Several of our young folke attended the party given by the Sans Souci club of Chippewa Fulls Monday evening Smith formerly of Qlouwood has entered a partnership with Attorney F L Morrison Mr Siniili has moved his faintly to this city H Btoiit and Prof Ken dull ot Menotnonie were lu tlio city laat week on business connected with purchasing Manual Training school apparatus Curl Frlswold is now proprietor of lliu Stanley lliuao lit Chippuwa Fulls Claire house by 0 F Bundoli whoso place us night clerk Is taken by Bunifl tho last two weeks throe students from Mm Laiiphoitrs school of shorthand have accepted positions in this city MIssEngard in the cilice of A Teall Mr Moe in tho abstract olllcu of H K Boyd and Martha Dix In sumo olllcu Memorial Day at the armories Monday afternoon were attended by a largo number of the pupils of thu public schoolsand the Third ward school children were escorted to the Light Guard armory by Company A First Infanuy an organisation of juvenile Infantry armod and equipped can bo no doubt but that the injuries received some time ago in the struggle with burglars who entered his store seriously alluded the mind of Mr Abraham Moaes the wealthy Chippewa Pulls merchant who lately made an at tsnipton his own life Mr MOSBS is all right now and is under skillful medical treatment Ho has been a leading mer chant at that cily since its early days August Elf of the town of Washington who was hurl in a runaway accident on liurland street on Saturday last diod Sunday morning at the home of relatives in this city The accident occurred from a break in tho harness from which he loam look fright Deceased was 50 years of age Tho two boys who were als occupants ot the vehicle escaped uninjured The luneral look place from ir home Tuesday afternoon She leaves huibiind and four sons Henry Jackaounf Jackson Conn tyMiou father of Albert Jucbruiof thia city has lakeil up his reaidencu at 3t4 Michigan slrtct and intends maKing thin home aoiiio time to come He on recent visit to this sanctum noiilied us Hint he in tho owner of a tine farm In ike above momioiiuil cuuutf vcral thousand dollars Mr ull stUiier slw Wl wilt uc welcomed K tfce of the of city A iively runway by 4rp iwwrer tt corner of S lllllV f Mr io climb a election June Cth Stales court term opens next Tuesday by the Enemy at the Grand June 10th Mrs David Druinmond and children visited at Rice Lake this week Eau Claire Higli school graduating exercises at the Grand this evening T R Roddy of Black River Falls is the guest of Mrs E H Hibbard regular Friday evening dancing class will meet as usual at Prof Fourii iera academy large number of our citizens bss pectto attend the Woodmen picnic at Baldwin June 10th great Forepaugh Sells Brothers double street parade is stated by those who have seen it to be the most magnifi cent eye feast ever conceived The interurban road is now under progress Some track has already been laid and ere long the business relations between tho two cities wilt be closely connected Eann and daughter Mathilda from Biujjou on Rheine Germania ar rived in the city to visit her children Mrs Eann is the mother of Kann the horse dealer Shcpley a farmer near Boyd Wisconsin was drowned on June 1st while driving logs at Colburn dam six miles north of that place He leaves a wife and five children box of interesting books is being made up at the City Library to be sent to the soldiers in camp at Chicamauga These volumes are to be contributions of the public Saturday is tha day chosen for shipment a meeting of the Board of Triis tees ot the Washington Park Camp Mcctinpit was decided to let the during the season to parties who might desire to hold picnics Those interested will apply to Rav H E Books Geo W Deuel editor of the Boyd Times Herald was la tho city on Tues day last and on his rounds stopped in at Tho GAZIHTTE ofllco He informs ua that lie has Joined tho Militia company recently organized at Boyd was found iu the river at Durand and buried without being Identfled was on June 1st found to bo the body of C Johnson of Poitoryilleaucd IByoats Identification resulted from a waleh uud several other articles bonds furnished by the lion Alexander MegRelt were promptly accept cd at Washington and Mr Megnott was yesterday notified to enter upon his duties in the land office without Mr Mcggett succeeds Mr John 0 Kehur as receiver Robert Kidney of Toronto Canada D 8 C R of the Independent Order of Foresters wus in tho city yester day visiting the members pf Court Eau Claire Mr Kidney is working and assist ing weak courts and organising new courts throughout the state Mr Kidney reports the membership of the order increasing very fast the Department Convention of the Womans Relief Corps held in Ap pleton last week Mrs Lottie 1 Withers Department president presented witli a handsome solitare ring by her aides and by a unanimous vote of the convention she was also presented with gold badge to be set with jawcls of tier own selection Decoratlo Day exercises were held in the schools Ummghotit the cily on Friilny At tliu Alexander school Seventh ward No 2 tae children as sembled in two large groups and listened to an address bf Mr KO Waterbury He told Of tho diflleulty managing a grcul army the immense number slain in the Rebellion Important lialtles this of lcksburg and the charge at Ubikely Albania those wio intend to visit Mil waukee during Carnival Week June 27 to J uly awill be taken guxl cure of The of the Carnival Association have taken the precaution to guard against overcharging for rooms by cuuiwillMi on tin Comfnrt This committee ii soliciting Ihu uulilt oil ktul gbUllg ff ftvery ptrdou who lint ruonu for al for diuiiu during limt wuek Theno names ImoKed and chwitied M to Ity addrfciiiftg S A Ii runner chairman of UU IIDII you dunire to tltv wilt nUvitit your rwji olii il hin SCHOOL NOTES The public schools of our ciy with the exception of the Seventh Ward Do 1 and the Tenth wardclosetonightFriday The seventh ward has a Week td make1 up and lie Tenth ward three weeks This is due to buildings being unfinished at the beginning of tho school year last September The graduating exercises of the high school pupils are held tonight at the Opera house Laat evening Thursday class exercises consisting of a play were given at the Opera house with great success Most of the schools have no closing exercises Last Friday Memorial Day wag observed by appropriate exercises and the two dates are to near together to prepare a second program The Tenth ward school gave an enter tamment at their building this afternoon to which au admission fee of ten ctswas charged The money goes for defraying the expense of piano rout The Seventh ward building will be open for summer school vacation under management of Prof Hester Special attention will be given to those grade pupils who have failed and who wish to make up their grade Miss Rose Paast and Miss Adam i will each conduct a summer school for young pupils Miss Grace Bostwick teacher in the Seventh ward will start Monday morn ing for the easV where she will visit relatives She inay bo gone a year Prof Leidenberg will study this sum mer in Chicago A summer school of methods for teachers will bo held in tho High school building for two weeks during the summer Very able instructors have been engaged and all who attend vill be bdneflttcd The school board donated for ihli school and most of the teachers gave one days pay for It Prof and Mrs Swoimngon and son Roy will spend part of the vacation upon their farm in Indiana Miss Delle FolkuernuporviBor of draw ing will no to Chicago and do special work in her lino at an art school for several weeks She will then go to Ktuiwu City will go to WaHhington to v i ii Xtiioc11 if if Military Company at Boyd The following is taken from the Boyd Times Heralds At t meeting held at tlio village hftH Tuesday Woning to form a mllltht com pany 30 uantUS Wefa signed oil liio muster foil Nearly all men In the villfige as well aa some in M in the couutrj HaVe since sign i no reason why a cdiripawy sin t be successfully drilled here If active interest The company I1 gftnized at Eau Claire have beei T to get ready for active service A quite likely the Boyd buys may have tile laino chance We agree with our neighbor editot with regard to the Boyd citDfens making a good compan y all take an interest In the good work The citizens in general should do all in their power and they no doubt will to forward such an under taking The first drill of this recently organized company we understand fro m good authority took place on Monday evening From thu same source we leurn that the 4th of July celebration 11 to be conducted under the auspices of the Uncle Sams of that place tuo in July Took His Owu Life One Chas Stillwoll shot himself at 111 Ann street at about today Bullet entered the right temple about two inches from the ear and the uuiuii dlsu anco from tho eye parsing directly through Ills head Dr Bailey WILB summoned to the scene and on arrival pronounced the casn a fatal one On the arrival of tho doctor tho rcvolrcr a i calaber was still clinched lu the hand of the young man Deceased WIIH about 31 years of age and resided at U1B First avenue Lilian Bell and the Ozar Kodaks are not permitted within sight of the of Russia and ho Is considered the most difficult man in all Europe to pliologntph Lilian Bui who in in Russia for the Ladicsllomo Journal persuaded the Russian ofllcluls to allow her to be an exception to the rule and she succeeded in photographing the BO close that the Russian monarch jumped at the click of the button Miss Bell will tell Imw aho got her photo graph in the nuxt issue of the Journal Parmois Imtitute Por 180899 UNIVRMITY HI WftirnNMN MADISON May 10 Farmerx or public spirited business men who wlKh to secure an Institute for their locnlity during the winter ftcnson of should send to this ofllcu fur blank pal lion and letter of information Any town no mnttur liow Mnmli iiow fur from the railroad In enlit led to an tutu provided it is located in a farming district ami has a good hall in which a iieeiinii con hi The IiiRtiliitefi of 1HD7H well nUerukil iittil inuru interest watt umnK fvitcd than ever before A number of held n Midwinter Fair In connection with the Institute From the Correspondence mid iurgu nunibvt f pcth MOW rnniiliiiiK olTice wn bcliuvu lite MiaNoii of l will Atidrcsn alt coaiiuunicatloiiN to Mi Witt Will It lllll III O H Id I MrjciMiVO H I of Hllicll IltttM Will llokvU Hi Ir n null Iliit l I iitiil ti li RESULT OF SCISSORS Five hundred cabs in Paiis have been provided with the new Mitrlx indicators to regulate the faro according to the lime of the drive A gold weighing inMhiuc In the Bunk of England is so sensitive that a postage stamp dropped on the scalo will turn the index on the dial a distance of two inches London is just now being abundantly supplied with lowers from the south of France one drm of brokers iu Covont garden alone selling no less than worth in a single week In East Indian schools mental arith metic IB a vatlly more serious matter than it is in the schools of this country Catch questions arc numerousand pujilln of ten years are taught to curry thu multiplication table up to 10 times 40 The Uouver JSows says Tho other day a Denver girl kissed a soldier good oo Anyone earn PAY weekly selling onr tAi GfrtUo Stock Experience unnecessary tions Iroc iHew plan Secure territory WOW HIiWILLIAMS JXUVV Secretary ORNI5VA N V bless you stand up for Col orado llotwooti bib Hobn ho replied M am from Nebraska but Ill try to Bland up for both alalos now Thereupon nlio klsued him again for Nobraaka That young man miihl have reminded liur with entire pioprieiyUiul thoru are forty three other Mates which ho could filard up for In Chippowa Fallson SaturdHy May 28lh by Hov Mr KVIIIIA Mr Herbert Williams and MiBH Hello Hurt both of tlilscliy Williams IH 1111 emploj n paper mill Ilo is u stonily and f young miin iind one vho will look to the his family Miss Hurt has heretofore hue ii ployed In the City Steam Laundry an a lady of most amiable dlaposlto good helpmale and one wiio will in patient and painstiikiug in her dally household duties The ClAxfcrnc In company with their many friends extends congratulations Call on Duncan the Jewaler for Watches Clocks and Repairing Gold Jewelry made to order and goods sold by him warranted first class CHAUTAFQUA OFFER rtcady work and Money to Loan On Improved Real Estate Hooin 55 Piiltmm Block Eau Claire Wisconsin Ldler Ifetuh Note Heath BOKN and V O SahiiBicr Sunday morning May a nine pound hoy Mr and Mru Iuwnniee P Tyler of Firnt avenue a son Saturday last at her home In 1lensiint Valley Icy rf abscHH of the howelx his IKIIIII In this cily on Thursday May 20th Mr Uto Miyiier aged yeurn The fiinenti tool placn from the rexidenco on Sunday liuil EAU CLAIRE MARKETS IHtU I WlHKl NH I lllitllM I I Ililiil Illtlllliio t Jj iltt 1 Illlml Iff ift Jioolcx Promyttty ttntf Neatly caseeutcdat THIS OFFICE TO HUNNY CALIFOKNFA Kvery Hatnrdoy during the VVIn tcr inontliH Tout lot Our by t Milwfiiiknft St Iutil Uy mart froni liicago every HiitnnlJiy 10 oclock p in and run Oniiihft Mnnoln Colorado md Halt and fofl the popular Midland Tonrmt Cm Houlu Kucli cur IH iiccoiiipfjnicd by an Inlelli inl dinl wutriisr who hlmMlr iiHcful to uM tho in iin entirely new departure in Tourist Cur Hervlcd Hint In lilghly np by of Hcru A sluepliH biirlli Kilt OMI and the ruiiriiiiil tloel IH Apply to ilio nenrsHi Tickot AKOIIS mi tiiiin ttihkr folder nl tin Midlitnil I i u to taiimrniH or II lli Auiiil hin illllMflHtlillll liirilior liSittN oi UIK in It ruiiiii Iluii Ill H i viil liliUI Jinn l Inrlilxivc iliHii li iHik nilv HUM i I 11 iiffiMMiii 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