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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - June 4, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                Iffl LOGANSPOBT DAILY PHABO8 WEDNESDAY EVENING JUNE 4 1890 NO 31 JOHN GRAYS ON OORNBR ALL KINDS QF SWEPT BY STOBMS WindRain and Lightning Work Great Havoc Early Summer Qoodp PATAL TOENADO DI WESTEBK IOWA Cballies Zephyrs Ginghams Dragon Black Organdies Draaon Black Lace Stripes ami Checks Dragon Black Bat iste Tiil On Nord Plain and Stripe Chambrays Linen Charabrays white Kmbroidtred Flouncing Plain and Checked KninBook India Linen and other kinds of White Goods p Corner is on Goods not on storerooms BARGAINS New Lino Improved Gasoline Stoves Larse Line Natural Gfis Stoves for Summer Lse ftiij Line of KeCrigfriitora Handsome lletrigeralor Sidiliardd FineAssortment of Mantles Unites and Cabinets Ice Cream Frciyers Water Coolers Hath Tubs Aim a General Line of Stoves and II aril ware All kinds of Tin and Slntc Hooting done to order FOSTER BAILEY No 410 Market Street Next to Kniuts Barber Shop Tlie United States BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Of Detroit Mich AUTHOHI7KH CAPITAL SifiOOOOOO n Five ChissosoftlWeueh pur viilui v Class Ni 1 Pn Sliau monthly payments No 2 cents perStmre No a K No 1 stniros paid for lit advance No 5 Investment Stiarus MOUDV limned on llrst monifpjro security only ilorrowers receive full amount of loan No premium deducted OUtl FOUNDATION Security Economy Profit Equity TVO Jersong Killed aud Six Wounded at Number of Buildings on the Burlington and Northern Caused a A Cyclone at Medford News from Other Kiplodcs a Powder House DES MOIXES la June 4A storm burst with terrible force over western Iowa Monday night The rain fell in torrents and the wind ill some localities attained the force of a tornado The electric dis play was dazzling The greatest damage Booms to have been done at Glenwood the county seat of Mills county The state in stitute for feebleminded is located there and was a heavy sufferer The holler house and laundry were demolished the tall chimney waa blown down and came crashing through the roof into the dormi tories where the inmates were sleeping killing two and injuring six others Kitfht Victims ol tho Wind The killed aro Willie Cllne of Clarke county Wesley Emery of Monroe county The injured arc John Swallow Dubuque Willie Brather Wayne county Fred Wright Fort Dodge Eddie Sweet Lee county Henry Snyder Benton county Sam Asking CouncikBluffs Several of the injured arc not expected to recover nour Mill Wrecked The flour mill at Glenwood was wrecked and the canning factory demolished It was tiie worst storm in the history of the city At Atlantic the wind blow down the amphitheatre at the fair grounds and sever wmall dwelling houses in the town Nobody was hurt A great many fruit and shade trees were blown down in the city tnd a number of bridges on the Nish nabotua wero washed out Three build ings wore blown from the foundations at Exira aud several persons had narrow cs capos At Council Bluffs cellars were flooded and culverts washed out The contiguous country is inundated and crops in general are badly damaged aud in some cases destroyed There Was No riooll at Loveland OMAHA Neb Juno report of a disastrous storm at Lovcland la which had partially destroyed the town is en tirely unfounded One woman was drowned by faUing into the river There was no damage to property ILLINOIS AND WISCONSIN houses toppled over fences wrecked and no little damage done William Buckley I aged 69 residing about five miles west of Oregon was struck dead by lightning while standing in his barn door Took a Header Through the inume DEDHAM Mass June John Kane aged 4 years fell into Merchants millpond and vras swept the whole length of the covered a raging torrent six feet deep He was takm out of the rack near the mill unconscious but was soon resuscitated He was ap parently uninjured THE NATIONAL LAW MAKERS Synopsis of the proceedings in Cong Yesterday WASHINGTON CITT June 4 substitute for the pure food bill was reported to the senate yesterday It creates a food division in the agricultural department and pro vides penalties for the exjiortation of any bail food product or drug Bills were passed regulating the withdrawal of liq uors for bottling purposes providing lor the exportation olt liquors in bond author izing certain lands and Wis consin withdrawn for reservation purposes to be restored to the public domain A resolution providing for an investigation t Muddles Republican Politics At Pittsburg HE DEOLHTES A BENOMHTATIOS Waiting Until It Is Given Ac tion Denounced and New Convention Democratic Con vention Pntladelphians Proteutlng Agalnut McKJnleys Tariff Oregon Farmers Will Be Inquisitive PiTTSBtTRG June the great est political sensation that lias ever taken place in Allegheny county occurred in the Twentythird congressional district con vention yesterday The entirely unex pected action of Ron Thomas M Bayne in declining renomination to congress aft er having defeated his opponent George Shiras 5 to 1 and the subsequent nomi nation of Col William A Stone to suc ceed him created an immense sensation all over the county and rumors of all de scriptions are in circulation of the fish commission was debated and went over The interminable silver debute was continued without action on the Mil aud after a discussion of the fortifications ojjiiuo appropriations but with only OUB vote he jjs entitleli hn threatens to eause trouble In accordance with the rules of the county committee prominent Republicans friends of both Shiras and Bayne claimed adopting an amendment increasing the appropriation for seacoast mortars from to 400000 the senate adjourned In the house three bills were introduced Uaynes Action Ienonnced Col Baynes action is bitterly denounced by many prominent Republicans George Shiras Col Baynes opponent now claims that he is entitled to the nomination and to carry into effect PanAmerican congress recommendations A communication from the treasury was received asking for for additions etc to the United States court house at Keokuk Ills Sen ate bill authorizing the sale of the timber on the Menomiuee Indian lands in Wis consin was passed TIe Alabama con tested election case of McDuffie vs Tur pin was then taken up and was pending at adjournment lu that Stones We knew that wo present the most KiinUu IluniiiKxiatuiiuo liotli for Uontwor anil vostor Ofltaerx nircvtors TrSVft iAAAuuB Union NT Bank Directors JOHN M IMWKii t H HASSKBH cnertl Aswut It E Woouiiouse JAMES J SHAFFREY ftiunfy Afffut KIN Collettor Olllce LpiHisito court house OfllcjO open la ly Ha in to I p in Call write tor par B F BLn LER Special lUiilroail Agent Sciitz Powders Will Cure Your Headache S OEXNTS AT RHRL7IITS 12thSt Drug Store REAL ESTATE For sale For suli For sale For sale For sale refill nei3 on Bnmlva resiliences on Spear street J residences ru North street i residences on Market street resiliences on EigUh NiniU iun Eleventh streets For sale resiliences on Oaajje Chip pewn sun Miami streets To I nule gmwl flrms erty LJrick business house in Peru to trsiilc for a farm Business blocks in the city to trade for a good farm Two ilry goods stocks to trulc foi farms Four stock to trade for 5m proveil farms anil city property For particulars enquire of M M GORDON Pension and Heal Esliilc Agent Elliott BlockcLognnsport Ind IN Wind and lightning Destroy n Great of Property MJKDFOHO Wis June cyclone passMl over a portion of the town of Little Black Monday evening unroofing houses and barns aud blow ng down trees Mr Matt holt had two barns destroyed Twelve buildings were struck by lightning and burned The roads aro very generally blocked with fallen trees Heiwy Toss on the Kail DIBUQ0E la of tho most violent storms that has visited this section for years passed over Dubucjue Monday niglit The rainfall amounted almost to a Hood The Burlington Northern trade between this city aml Galena was washed away for a distance of over two miles A double header freight belonging to the Chicago St Paul Kansas City railroad which operates over the North ern between Diiliuque and Galena Junc tion ran into a washout near Monominee Thu engineer ot the second raculoitsy escaped but the fireman E B Dale received mortal injuriesanil died in fifteen minutes Braltcman Williams also received injuries from which he will die Forty cars were smashed in the wreck Marrow Escape of u Clergyman MOUNT CARROLL Ills Time vicinity was visited Monday night by a mait violent storm lightning rain and hail The lightning struck and set tiro to the Lutheran parsonage in Salem town ship and the entire of the house were consumed the minister narrowly es caring with his life Burt Piiterbaugh of Hock Creek lost live head of horses John Di Is worth one horse and Mr Crib ben 1 ost thirtysix head of hogs by the utoim Heavy Iainngo to Crops GAIESV Ills heaviest rain storm that has visited this section since 1S7B occurred Monday night and the Ga lena river is running a torrent Great damage to crops was done and fires caused by lightning are reported from various parts of tho country The roadbed the Illinois Central along the bluffs near Men omitiee was undermined by the flood RATHER CURIOUS PROCEEDINGS Tlio of Col WyaU of Lincoln His Develops Some Xoveltiea LINCOLN Ills June deputy sheriff seit to New Orleans for Col W D Wyatt the alleged defaulting master in chancery this Logan county reached here at 11 oclock Tuesday via a country road traveling fourteen miles from a country town On arriving here tho ac cused man was taken to the residence of Col K B Latham where the sheriff ap peared and accepted a bond for 500 while the sum of the forgery Is Wyatt Xeclures He la Innocent Col Wyatt has notified his friends in Lincoln that he is innocent of the charge and insists on immediate trial while Col Latham the man whose evidence secured the indictment for forgery is entertaining him in royal style prepared his bond and retained three lawyers for the defwnse The amount of the defalcations reoches which it is understood willl be paid by the bondsmen of whom Col Lat ham is one nomination is irregular and cannot stand Baynes reason for refusing the nomina tion was that he was worn out and unable longer to work He had worked for the honor of renomination aa a vindication had succeeded acd was satisfied Kept It Mighty Quiet Bavnes says he decided upon thig course several mouths ago but told no one but his wife Mr Bayne says he will retire to private life and wiH not again be identi fied with politics in an official capacity There are however numerous rumors to the contrary one mentioning Col Bayne as a Quay compromise candidate for gov ernor another that he is to be appointed to a foreign mission and many others A Demand for a New Convention Just previous to the close of the conven tion of the Twentythird legislative dis trict In Allegheny City last night George D Riddle a prominent attorney read a series of resolutions severely censuring Congressman Bayne for his action in de clining the nomination the manner in which he did and demanding that the county committee call another convention at the earliest possible date The resolu tions were adopted ILLINOIS DEMOCRACY Meeting of the State LOOKING FOR A GOOD TIME Tho Ohio Sons of Veterans to Moot at Mansfield O MANSFIELD O June Sous of Veterans will gather 2500 strong at the eighth annual encampment of the Ohio division in this city June 10 11 12 and 18 and the meeting will be strictly military the men camping out in regular style at the fair grounds Every indication points to the most interesting and successful en campment yet held and the crowds of visitors will be very large Extensive preparations are making for the event and a fine programme has been ar ranged one feature of which is a competitive drill to tnke place on the fourth day Seven prizes in cash are offered the first being for the best drilled and equipped camp and the other six ranging from to 8100 one for the camp having the largest number present the camp showing the greatest increase since Jau 1 the camp which does the ritual in the best style etc Governor Campbell and exGovernor Foraker will be among the speakers YOUNG MIKE HALEYS HEROISM It Frustrates Villainous Crime nnil Pro vents an Awful Railway Wreck OMAHA Neb June heroism dis played by 16yearold Mike Haley saved the Union Pacific flyer from a disastrous wreck between this city and South Omaha Young Haley was going home last evening when ho saw two men unlock the switch at Summit and turn it Hei ran to South Omaha and notified the train men just as the flyer consisting of twelve crowded coaches was pulling out of the station Haley was completely prostrated after his long run There is no trace of the miscre ants who misplaced the switch FURNITURE PRICES THK LOWEST OUP Designs None but the Best Workmanship Allowed to Leave our Salesroom Four Men Struck by Lightning CARO Mich Vune 7 oclock last evening four farmers were struck by light ning four miles west of here I N Tag get t Edward Goodcbilil William Holmes and Matt Kinglo were at work when the bolt descended killing Goodchild and Holmes aud badly stunning tho other two LIGHTNING STRIKES GUN POWDER Tronioiiiliras Explosion with Three lroTa Ijlo Fatalities MANSFIELD O Juno dur ing u heavy storm lightning struck Tracy A verys powder house located aoout a mile ejist of the city The bouse is said to have contained two tons of powder vhieh exploded causing a tremendous re wrt Hundreds of windows in the city rere broken china and glassware was mocked from shelves aud peoplo thrown rom their feet Many buildings in the wero badly wracked Two frame IwelUng houses on the opposite side of the street from the magazine were leveled to ground scarcely anything remaining o show that they were dwellings Baby Killcrt Two Fatally Hurt One of the houses was vacant the other was occupied by Henry Koost his wife and two children Tha husband was ab sent at the time of the explosion A 6 inouthsold babe was instantly killed it beins mutilated beyond recognition the mother and other child 3years old were blown over a hundred feet away and are thought to be fatally injured Nothing remains of the powder house the bricks are scattered in all directions some being found a quarter of a mile distant The explosion was heard ten miles distant Town Out OlUBA June a town of about 800 inhabitants was struck by a cy clone about 10 oclock last night and nearly the entire place was swept away Five persons are said to have A riot of Friends SOFIA June has transpired that a plot was formed by friends of Maj Pan itza to capture Prince Ferdinand while 01 a recent railroad journey and hold him is jey bill a hostage for but was frustrated by M Stambuloff minister of the interior who beccime aware of its existence through the vigilance of the police They Objoct to tho IlnutecUve BOSTON June committee ap pointed by the students massmeeting to take action in regard to the recent acts of vandalism at Harvard object to that part of their instructions relating to the em ployment of a detective They have there fore called another massmeeting at which they will offer to Death of a Newspaper Dfan HELEXA Mont June D Eastiu an old aud wellknown newspaper man formerly of the St Paul Globe and lute editor the Helena Independent died at Warm Mont yesterday The Catholic Forcuten CHICAGO June annual national convention of the Catholic Order of Fores ters opened in this city yesterday Dele gates representing 177 courts in the United States and Canada are present An AntlAnaichlst Treaty Signed BERLIN June France BM sia and Switzerland have signed a treaty for the suppression of Anarchists Eng land is still unwilling to join of the State geralils Candidacy t SPRlNariELDIlls June state com mittee had twosessionsycterday The first was short and unimportant It elected Samuel Chase of Chicago vice chair man and J Iltcharils also of Chicago a member of the executive committee in place of D W Phelps recently made chairman At the next meeting some doubts were thrown on the membership and this raised a row A miruber of members rose up in their wrath rind their seats and announced that they had been dulyelceted as a part of the Democratic committee of the state of Il linois and they intended to remain a part of that committee if Illinois was a Repub lican state all their individual lives The matter was finally dropped There is a strong opposition here to Fitzgerald Chi cagos candidate forstate treasurer The country delegates generally are unwilling to believe that he is really Cook countys choice The Cook county delegation got in last night and immediately went to work Wisconsin Fanners Alliance BARABOO Wis June Wisconsin State Farmers Alliance convened in this city yesterday and was called to order by President C M Butt of Vlroqua committee on credentials reported sixVy one delegates representing sixtyone Alli ances The annual report of the secretary showed that there are now eightyseven Alliances in the state an increase of forty seven in one year All are in good finan cial standing A committee of five was appointed to frame a set of questions to be proposed to candidates for the state legis lature and congress Butt was reelected president Protests Against the Tariff Bill PHILADELPHIA June business mens meeting was held at the Walnut Street theatre yesterday afternoon at which Alexander K McClure presided The tobacco tinplate and woolen indus tries were largely represented Among the speakers were Congressmen McAdoo Springer Bynuui aud Breckenridge Last night a mass meeting of workinmen in textile goods was held at Kensington and was addressed by the same gentle men Both meetings were called MAUD FISHERY MAD ACT j Story of the Suicide in the New Britain Reservoir XEW BRITAIN CJonn June al leged suicide which took place to the reservoir here Saturday was not much of a mystery except as condij tion of the unfortunate girls mind for stead of the girl being unknown she I was well known to a large circle of friends j and was one of the behaved and most j pious girls in the town Her name was j Maud E Fisher daughter of a decorator of means and a general favorite with all who knew her A few days before she took the fatal step she to the rector of St Marks church I have committed the unpardonable What shall I do The rector calmed her apparently with a few words of counsel but not many days later her lifeless body lay in tht bottom of the reservoir Neither Insane Nor Sinning Maud Fisher was neither insaue so far as can be learned nor wiikeil Her lifo was blameless She a devoted mem ber of St Marks church a pupil in the Sunday school aud a true Christian girl All her desires and ambitions seomid tered in her class in the study of the Scriptures aud the leading of lier compan ions into the path she trod so consistently She was an attractive girl graceful ami pleasant of countenance She entered int the spirit of social events given under the auspices of her church but held herself entirely aloof from frivolous nnuisements Her intimates were all of her own sex At times she surprised her friends with the depth of joy she manifested over the cer tainty that she was sueceediug in her en deavor to lead an ideal life aud a week later perhaps she would terrify them with passionate grief because of her un pardonable sin fulness Her Was Too Iofty Sometimes when in this latter mood she would speak vaguely of going away from them forever She was liked and respected for her efforts to realize a lofty ideal of goodness When in her despondent moods she spoke openly of suicide her friends did not doubt her soundness of mind any more than they imagined that she would com mit an act so foreign to the principles denrest to heiheart She kept a little diary in which she recorded daily the story of her struggles her victories and her de feats The diary is the most sacred me mento left her heartbroken parents To more than hiut at its contents would be sacrilege Prepurhiff ftn the Awful Last week she was plunged in a fit of despondency but her friends paid little attention to it Saturday morning she was a long time at her desk She wrote letters aud addressed them and she wrote in her diary In the letters she told her Sunday school teacher Miss Clark and her classmates that ali her aspirations towards a worthy life were of no avail and that she was about to leave them for ever The struggle she said was more than she could eudnre Her life was bound to be unworthy and she wns about to end it In her diary she wrote these words Touight 1 shall go down street and shall also go to church then shall I go away forever to the reservoir The lo Ktcrnlty DEWENTER The Hatter and Furnisher Has Moved Bad to His Old Room In the Johnson Block which has been Handsomely Remodeled 890 SPRING AND I bog leave to announce lo my patrons nrd tho public in general Uiat my NEW STOCK of SPUING and SUMMKK STYLES is now Complete Mv past Standard lor FirstClass vVork will be Maintained Thanking you for favors 1 Remain Yours Truly xJAGOB HEXKZ Concrete We are prepared lo furniali tho Vcst of tho arc oil handsomer In look sidewalks are to wnlk on Our for ease and comfot to the walker is unsurpassed It is elastic springy restful and tough grateful lo tired feet If our sidewalk is as iiool sis the best suul siiul nslful walls on people will want they cost money Good us they uro uul lasting thoy cosl uny ollnr or lsiil Tliev mosl economical walks ever invented You will be looking fur i silil Iliat will meet the siml cvuturns one tlint will not tivuclicroin in iviiileiy dnniror life mid ice avil snow will nt ailhenMo You will be wnnting a Sidewalk soon Tho cily Vaiheri are pjpnn ordinance for the improvenient of our city in the way of siliwalk and you will admit that there is room for thai is at once both good and cheap ol 1 n wnl not ur You wil he looking for a walk purpose protesting against the McKiu The programme observed lo the let Ate oclock she walked down West Main street to the center of the town where she met Grace Porter and Carrie Smith two of her nearest friends who walked back with her They parted within sisht of Mauds home Goodbye jjtirls she said I am going to the reservoir and you will not see me again They Htooil facing the green slopes of the reservoir hill at the time The young ladies vvre startled and sifter kissing Maud followed her at a ilis tance The white shawl over her should ers was enough to identify her in the gathering darkness but presently Maud took oil the shawl and they cotihl not see whether she entered her fathers house or not She did not go home True to her purpose she went to the reservoir and re moving one shoe plunged to her death as she heard a carriage approaching MILLIONAIRE FAIRS DAUGHTER Slie Heriiimi Oelrichfi of Xevv York Toney SAN FKAXCISCO June Oel richs of New York and Theresa Fair daughter of exUnited states Seua tor James G Fair were married last even ing at the home of the brides mother in this city The ceremony was solemnized according to the rites of the Roman Catho lic church Archbishop Uiurdunofficiat ing assisted by the Very Hev J J Preu dergast vicargeneral of the diocese aud Hev George Montgomery The bride was attended by her sister Miss Birdie Fair Miss Lillie OConnor Miss Nellie lolliffe Miss Jennie Blair and Miss Bella Smith and the groom by George Pollock and David Barnes of New York About one hundred intimate frieiuls ot the family were present at the ceremony A recep tion followed for which about SOO invita tions had bceu issued After the wedding fete and groom left for New Yqrk Arrangements have been made to spent many days cruising in a yacht along the Atlantic coast you more knowledge on the subject call nl rornrr North Sixth street or on A II McUonall corner Market and KouvKciitii street Stnplcs Concrete ready to walk 111 will cost yuu but 7 rinls pr square f ot BROWN MCDONALD for iiss County Elected a Democrat Governor PORTLAND Ore June Pennoyer the Democratic candidate for governor has been elected by 3000 majority over Thomp son Republican Ths rest of the state ticket is Republican by from 3000 to 8000 majority The tariff wtxs not made an is sue but the Prohibition State Grange and labor organization which have con1 beautiful presents were gifts from solidated into a party in Oregon voted dent MrsHarrison Secretary and solidly against Thompson Herman Re irs Elaine Secretary and Mrs Windom Andrew Carnegie and Gen Sevvell staff of the Xew Jersey state militia Steve Elkiiis Liinshtpr Slarrieil NEW June tMiss Sarah Klkins eldest daughter of Stephen B Kikins and Maj A C Oliphant of Trenton N J were married last evening at the residence of the brides father Hev Heber Xewton officiated The wedding was a quiet and very select affair Among the costly and st Coffee Perfection of st ANDY WELCH Fancy Grocer Sole Agent sweet catNo do July bur WKe lulu has 8000 majority and many others injured The wires are down and particulars are not to had An Indiana Appointment WASHINGTOX CITT June secre tary of the treasury has appointed G W Goodge superintendent of the marine hos pital at Evansville Ind The coroners jury at Oakland Gala has rendered a verdict on the drawbridge accident charging the engineer of the train S Dunn with criminal ness A warrant was sworn out for been killed Tjanns arrest Barn Door publican for congress An Original Package Petition WASHINGTON CITV Jane Dolli ver of Iowa has presented to the house a memorial from the general assembly of the Presbyterian church representing 6000 ministers 24000 ruling elders and 800000 communicants asking that con gress speedily enact an amendment to the interstate cenimerce law that will allow the states to control or prohibit the impor tation of intoxicating liquors The Talks Belligerently June Times the sending of the American cruisers to Behr smacks too much of Napoleonic methods and thinks that British inenof war should promptly follow The pressure of the Irish vote Times thinks has changed Elaines desire to settle the fish eries question in a diplomatic manter Cutting on Blue Ball PiTTSBtTRG Pa Jime Anson said last night that President ONeil of the Pittsburg Nationjil League club had decided to put the price of admission at 30 cents upon the wriral of the Pittsbnrg Players League club in this city to play its next series at hom The household Benants always receive washing These vary acxxira Ing to the grade of tine iervsjit Abntlet and ilo Married at VULanls llonv NEW YORK June Oakeg daughter of T F Oakes president ol the Northern Paciiic railroad and Frederick Brooks son of Francis IJrooks of Boston were married yesterday at the country house Henry Villard at Dobbs Ferry The ceremony was performed at oclock by Bishop Potter assisted by the Rev R W Berkeley rector of the Episco pal church at Dobbs Ferry and the Rev T M Niven minister of the Congrega tional church at the same Suicided VThen Found Guilty UTICA N Y June he jury in the case of Webster Stoddard who has been on trial for forgery at Herkimer yesterday announced a verdict of guilty j Stoddard arose and went into an antej room of the court lousepulled a revol ver j and shot himself through the head It is thought that he will die j The Nulimuil inn CHICAGO June on the base ball field yesterday were fallows League At New York 7 Brooklyn 20 Knie and Kotnmeis and Only At Ilalj plr Philadelphia l lijton 4 batj turkeyi 7o ilu and Herinitt Uliiison and Clements At 2 Cincinnati 5 and Zimmer Foreman anI Baldwin At Pitts V Chicago S Heeker Sowders and Coughlin and Kiitreilge Hiotherhooil At Xew 5 Boston 14 niil Brown and Kelly At Philaihlphia Hrooklyn 0 Huslel bnffinton and Cross Murphy and Daily At 3 Pittsburg T and Mack Gulvin and Carroll At 4 Cleveland 0 King aud Boyle OBrien and Snyiier Western At Kansas Moines 2 Kansas City 5 at I ket du 3 Denver at lis 4 Omaha A Tlie ion PiTTSUlliO Pa June is looked for vs a result if the convention of the AMnciation which gan its here The res son is that there is nt a difpartuient in iron nnd steel manufaciuring represented in the convention whicii ill not demand a large increase in the conven anil n mixed Sl 3 ja4a sliorn 501 Tcxons Croduce Bullflr Finost cnamcrict V0t 11 llnest litoillr packing stuck KICKS Strictly fmnh Oil triukciiiiniin anil mixe1 c ixr Uu iwsrle WM hurbankn bljl Btra WiL Oat Dnll deniiiilil ami 5i y i in LivcSlK I in b eves stiwjy lain V hs Now York NKW VOUK June3 rort winter cash iJo Anicul do rn No minxi Ju H4 ilo Au ii No 2 mlzeil do Juy inal Ilirk In better Juiy KU Siialy no trailnx f aly rjjttvo a1 s ion will probably back up every demand The employers do not sem willing 10 grant any increase and there aru iiiiiics tions that they are preparing fora shut down A strike of Ciation men would w a bia No business of importance wts lioiiiy ierilay THE MARKETS Tlie TTe May Kxpect CITY Jone fMioviag we the weather Indications f r hoars ftjm 8 p m vesterdav For In iiina ml weather followed bj show ely storm passed over the Tillage of LoiSi Mon sjdered to be am day nitrht Trees araie blown down out The annual convention of the Amalga mated Association oJ Iron and Steel j wffl get a mottth Mid a lower serv Workers met at Pittsbnrg TuesoSay Imi ant only hooBttoeper f3 and a lower maid tun litttj York portent changes in the scale of MADISON Wis June A terrific wind JJely to be adopted and a strika ia con Commercial Adyertitw CHCACO JnneS Following aic tlio quotations on the board of trade today 2 Jone opcnwl I 92c closed l2rjc Juy opened KSJr I op ued Jwvd i CVinfNr 2 June SJV rio ei Ski Juiy opened We clvwed ffc timber i opened 3rKo closed i June i opened 26fc closed 2THc Jniy oixul SfMr j sliightly cooler ex ept stationary temper dosed SSJjc September openel te cIcevd atore in ertreme southern portions southerly opened SWa j winds fevre local storms in Illinois For jaiy opened SSiJQ closed t132 Michigan and slightly June opened closed J5SB warmer weather except stationary temperai Union were tore in toaUiern liwer Michigan variable quoted as jik t i ened irind For stationary tern moderately act v and pries x lovcn pereture variable winds i grades rough joilini mixed tots heavy i acViflsr and A fool with a slow tongne is better iota I than II wise man who talks too lunch I BAKIH Its BUtKirior ex ft vim in m foiron rr hy the United dorsc1 by the of the irrMt Tnt as f I Hi Dr Priral contain iTi   

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