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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - June 5, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOKT DAILY PHAROS 16TH YEAH THURSDAY EYEMNa JUNE 5 1890 NO JOHM BRAYS OORNBR ON ALL KINDS QF Early Summer Chullies Zephyrs Ginghams Dragon Black Organdies Draaon Black Lace Stripes anil Checks Dragon Black Bat iste Toil Ou Nord Plain and Stripe Chambrays Linen Chiimbrays white Embroidered Flouncing Plain and Checked Nainsook India Linen and other kinds of White Goods p Corner is on Goods not on storerooms BRABSHAWS DOOM A Nebraska Town Cycloned Out of Existence THE PATH OP THE EOTAEY TEEBOE BARGAINS New Line Improved Gasoline Stoves Large Line Natural das Stoves for Summer Use Big Line of Refrigerators Handsome Refrigerator Sidclpards Fine Assortment of Mantles Grates and Cabinets Jce Cream Freezers Water Coolers Bath Tubs Also a General Line of Stoves and Hardware All kinds of Tin and Slule Roofing done to order POSTER BAILEY No 41 Markot Street Next to Krauts Bnrber Shop BUILDING Or Detroit Mich In Five Classes oftUX euuli par value viz Cli N No No 6 Investment Sliures iuss Nn 1 per Share monthly payments So 2 5 cents per Share j fy il Slmres paid for in advance Investment Stmres Money loiincd on llrst morigrnjfo aecurity only fiotrowurs receive full amount of loan No premium deducted OUU FOUNDATION Security Economy Profit Equity Wo know that wo present Hie most Plan in Existence borli for borrower and In vestor onlcTH mail President HON A HOWBLL VicePresident WM C HKNNETT Fueretury N K KIDDIK Treasurer HAS A liuitit Union Nt I Bank Jons M DWYKII V H HAHSrKU iuMcrtil II E WOOOHOUSB Home Olllcu llutler Building S3 Grlswuld St Special It H Aift F BimKH 1102 Spear St JAMES J SHAFFREV Connty Agent and Collector OHieu opposite court house Olliee open daily 8n m to I p tn Call or wrlto for par ticulars Will Cure Your HBaciache 3 GE1NTS 12thSt Drus Store REAL ESTATE For sale 13 resulnccs on Brondwa For suit 12 residencf s on Spear street For sale S resiliences on North treet For 3 residences on Jhvrket street For sale residences on Eighth Ninth and Eleventh streets For Bfile reaidcBcea on Osage Ohip pcwa atid Minmi streets To trade 0 Rood farms fotcily prop erly Bricfc business house in Peru to trade for a fnim Business blocks a tlie city to trade for s iiirin Two Jry goods stocks to trade for farms Four stock farms to trade for ii proved farms and city property For particulars enquire of M M GORDON Pension and Real Estate Agent Block rLogansport Ind Elliott Marked by Devastation and Strewn with Bead and IJrlng Ruin to Many Localities The Fatality a large lowu Afflicted with Too Much Many Bridges Washed Away and Heavy Damages to Ially Disaster Record LINCOLN Neb June return Ing from the scene of the tornado in Bradshaw York county last evening con firm the worst reports of the destruction by the storm of Tuesday night The storm struck the town at Tuesday evening uoming from the southwest It struck fairly and left not a single build ing in the business part All are a total wreck and the principal street is filled with the ruins A few houses were left in the extreme western part of the village but they are without windows and doors and their contents were scattered broad cast over the prairie lilew a Car ine Allies The depot building was completely wrecked and all cars standing on the track blevr away except one loaded with stock which was blown without leaving the track to York a distance of nine miles This gave the alarm to the people of York who sent a messenger who at midnight returned with the news of the disaster A relief party was at once sent out A Rus sian settlement near the town was wrecked aud it is reported that nine were killed outright Physicians who left Lincoln on a relief train report ten dead at Bradshaw and that eight are mortally wounded and about twenty injured Report of the Dead and Wounded The killed are John Miller child of J Bromsey wife and child of Isaac Penner child of Mr Chapin two members of Mr Shaws family wife and child of Mr Minke also his hired man Injured Dr O M Moore Mrs Alex Miller Lulu Mil ler Carrie Miller Mr and Mrs John Bab cock Mr and Mrs John Bromsey Isaac Penner Mrs Chapin four members the Cutshaw family Mr Hehar Miss Nellie Dorsey Mr and Mrs Williamson Profes sor McDermqtt Thomas Ross Mrs Wig gins R D Logan wife and two children Tyler Colby and many others A Miracle That So Few AVore Killed The cyclone was accompanied by a deluge of ruin and a stunning fusillade of hail Considering the complete destruc tion of the town it seems miraculous that so few lives were lost and that so few peo ple were injured The prairie around is strewn with dead hogs and stock Gover nor Thayer lias ordered the York militia to the scene and also sent sixty army tents and other supplies for tho suffereis WESTERN IOWA AGAIN DELUGED A Great Number of Houses Carried Away but UVBS XOHt DES MoiNES In June Iowa was again deluged with heavy rains Tues day night Great damage was dono in the towns of Underwood Neola Persia and Weston in Pottnwattarnie county Yes terday morning Mosquito creek that flows through these overflowed its banks and all the country in the vicinity wan flooded At Underwood about thirty res idences in the low lands were carried away by tlie water five miies of the Milwaukee track was washed away and part of tlie town is now tinder fifteen feet of water No lives were lost but there were many narrow escapes At Weston the same creek flooded the city to a depth of five feet Thirteen houses were wrecked and fifty more or less damaged There was no loss of life The Farmers Heavy Sufferers At Persia the torrent overspread the town to the depth of five feet wrecked four houses and caused much other flam age The storm about Adnir wiis the worst ever known and much damage was done to crops and much stock lost by drowning One farmer lost sixty head of hogs by drowning and his barn corn crib hay stacks and fences were floated away besides three feet of water in his residence Bridges and culverts on railroads and highways are washed out and corn fields badly washed out So far as learned no human lives were lost John Cook living east of Casey lost a stallion by the flood and came near losing his own life STEAMER WRJECKED AND SUNK Destructive Wind mid Rain at Pierre S Deluged PIEBUE S D June the handsome new pleasure steamboat Lady Pierre was blown from her moorings on the bank by a high wind and out into the Missouri river and was wrecked and sunk the waves rolling so high that rescue was impossible It was the finest boat on the river and attempts will be made to raise It The Country Under Water Two sections of the draw in the pontoon bridge were also blown out and lost in the river by the gale The country is deluged with rain streams impassable bridges washed out and the rainstorm continues with unabated fury The Missouri river is higher than for six years The bridges will be replaced at once STORMS AT OTHER POINTS A Great Amount of Ruin and Some toss of Life CHESTER la June cyclone passed near this place yesterday afternoon A school house three miles south was struck by the storm and completely demolished The teacher Miss Mary Smith was badly injured and one pupil fatally injured Miss Smith may possibly recover Severn farm houses and numerous outbuildings were blown away The number of people In jured is estimated at twenty lone is reported to have struck Henwick town on the Chicago and Northwestern allroad south of here demolishing sev ral buildings and blowing away the rail oad bridge across the Boone river Trains re all delayed A farmer and his wife were killed two miles east of town Serious Injury to Crops WARREN Ills June the last two lights this section bias deluged by he most terrible rain storms that have been known for twenty years Serious amage Is reported to crops generally Some corn and oat fields on rolling land lave been washed ont from six to twenty lour inches deep Heavy Damages in Wisconsin LA CBOSSE Wis June wind and rain storms have prevailed through out this portion of the country during the ast twentyfour hours doing great dam age Railway bridges are washed out at many places and trains of tht Chicago Burlington and Northern and Milwaukee roads are all delayed or abandoned Farmer Killed by Lightning CATSTON O June A stortn passed over this city yesterday doing much damage Mrs Mounin her young daughter and Miss Francis Rein bart were severely shocked by lightning and a farmer named Randolph at Pal myra was killed DEMOCRAT ILLINOIS They Gather at Springfield and Select a State Ticket SPIUNGFIELB Ills June P Phclps called the Democratic state con vention to order yesterday and Rev F W Taylor of Springfield prayed that the tonvention might select good men forits eandidates Phelps with a few introduc tory remarks read ti letter from exPresi ilent Grover Cleveland expressing regret that he could not accept the invitation of the Illinois Democratic committee to at tend their state convention because he was going away on a long vacation for the summer The expresident gave expression to his wellknown views on tariff reform and gave the convention godspeed The reading was received with cheers Tho Temporary Chairman Joseph H Mann of Danville was in troduced as the selection of the state cen tral committee for temporary chairman His remark that the Democratic party believes that nobody has the right to in terfere with the control of the education of children was received with rapturous applause Mann denounced the Republi can state administration and all previous state administrations for using state ap pointments as political rewards for yeo IMPORTERS HEARD They Jump on the McKinley Bill with Energy GENEBAL OUT DJ DUTIES WANTED Nothing in the BUI Satisfactory to Them Bouse Ciracas on Silver and Go Home in m ToreDp Con and Connell Mot Con tent wltli ot Cmlh in the Pension Pro WASHISGTOS CiTr June 5A train load of eastern Importers dropped down with a dull thud on the senate finance committee yesterday and engaged the at tentioo of that committee all day They were armed with samples and statistics and were on hand to ask a whole lot of changes in the direction of lower duties in the McKinley bill J H Constable of the firm of Arnold Constable Co of New York led the assault and said that the delegation included representatives of ev ery large city in the country Ifc the McKinley bill was constructed wholly in the interests of manufacturers and against those of importers and consum ers A Kick from a Silk Man Mr Curtis a silk dealer objected to the silk schedule because he said it taxed heaviest the goods used by people of mod erate means and gave the manufacturers entire control of the market The glass and pottery sellers were rep resented by L Strauss of New York who complained that fine chins vases came in under a very small duty while cheap goods were taxed 334 per cent The tax was high enough now and home manufac turers supplied 90 per cent of the trade in this country He wanted raw materials free and then be did not ask any duty on the foreign article at all The Wool Men Represented Louis Windmuller protested against the schedule on low grades of wool He ar gued that a decrease of the duty would result in the use of American wools in earpet making which was not doiie now Ernest Warner a New York importer said the proposed woolen schedule was prohibitive and entirely unwarranted besides being a hardship on the wearers of woolen goods The upholsterers were rep resented and opposed the duty on plushes cotton velvets etc while Carlisle read a protest from the linen importers who said linens could not be manufactured In this coun ry equal to Irish and other foreign linen FURNITURE PRICES THE LOWEST Our Designs None but the Best Workmanship Allowed to Leave our Salesroom Clondburat at Znmbrota ZUMBROTA Minn June terrific cloudburst occured here yesterday ac companied by an electrical storm which caused considerable damage and probably loss of life The flood raised the small stream which passes through this town K rapidly that in thirty minntes it was a raging torrent and the population were compelled to desert everything and flee for their lives to the high ground The large barn of the Zurabrota hotel was swept away with over twenty horses and vehicles and lodged against a railroad bridge below Grovers livery barn was swept away bntonly six horses were drowned The large residenceot W L Nye was carried off and the family res sued with great difficulty Several smaller houses after abandonment were borna whirling away bnt no loss of life in the town was reported Killed Man and Wile ALGOVA la Jsne the rain that occurred here TestewJw a cy man service His arraignment of the Re publican party in general consisted of the of it as the party that stole the presidency in 1876 and bought it in 1888 His view of the purpose of the convention was that it was for the pur pose of ratifying the selection of Palmer as the standard bearer After the usual committees had been ap pointed a recess was taken and upon re assembling the temporary organization was made permanent James McNamara being selected for secretary There was a fight over the unit rule but it was finally carried that members of delegations be permitted to vote their preferences The Fitzgerald men opposed this Candidates were then nominated and the fight of the convention was Fitzgerald and Wilson for state treasurer One vote however settled it the ballot standing Wilson 488 Fitzgerald 2M Webber 79 The nomination was made unanimous The remainder of the ticket was soon nominated and is as follows Superin tendent of public instruction Henry Raab trustees of the State university M W Graham K R Kimbrough J II Bryant Palmer Platform Then a resolution was read nominating John M Palmer for United States sena tor The approbation of tiiis was unan imous and vociferous and later the gen eral was introduced and made a speech which was loudly applauded all through The resolutions declare that the tariff is a tax demand reform thereof denounce the political action of the Republicans both in state and nation demandthe abolishment of truck stores at coal mines a law regulating weighing coal and screen ing and favor tho eighthour day favor the election of United States senators by direct vote Of the people the Australian ballot and removal of unnecessary restric tions on silver coinage denounce the school book trust The Comimlsory School Law The utterance on the compulsory school law declares that the present law wherein it impairs the inalienable right of parents to direct and control the education of their children should be amended that parents shall have the right to send their children to such school as they see fit and only parents who neglect their duty shall be interfered with and opposes unnecessary interference with those who are educat ing their children according to the best of their ability After Palmers speech the convention adjourned State Central Committee Previous to the meeting of the conven tion the delegates of each district selected the following state central committee First district Thomas McFane Second James Mahoney Third A F Mahoney Fourth Fred D of Cook county Fifth Denis J Hogan Kane Sixth W A Wright Stephenson Seventh C C Johnson Whiteside Eighth P C Haley Will Ninth Mike Cleary Living ston Tenth S Y Thornton Fulton Elev enth J W Patter Rock Island Twelfth W H Hineychier Adams Thirteenth J D Wright Menard Fourteenth J H Snider Logan Fifteenth W B Brenton Douglass Sixteenth John Landrigan Ed wards Seventeenth J W Lumpkins Ma coupin Eighteenth Timothy Gruitz Mad ison Nineteenth Walter Watson Mount Vernon Twentieth Ralph E Sprigg Ran dolph Went to See the Governor Judge Prendergast headed a delegation from Chicago which called on the gov ernor and presented resolutions asking that he include in the call for a session of the legislature provision for amending the compulsory educational law etc The governor agreed with tha delegation that the compulsory law should be amended bnt said he had not decided to call a special session He promised if he does not call one to give due considera tion to the compulsory education matter Miscellaneous iProtests There were protests against the hosiery schedule the windowglass hardware lace button wood pulp shawl cement and hop schedules and arrangements were made to file additional protests in the future In fact there was hardly a man ufactured article in the bill that its sched ule was not attacked the duties being al leged to be too high and without the least necessity or excuse ALL AT SEA ON SILVER A Outicus Adopts a Measure That Illnds obody WASHlNGTOXClTV June after the house adjonrncd yesterday after noon the Republican uiumliers met to cau cus on Conger of Iowa the chairman of the committee on coinage weights and measures opened the caucus by stating that the silver question must be settled as soon as possible He wanted a bill to pass and he hoped that a strong Republican bill would be agreed upon and pushed to a conclusion After brief speeches r by several members Buchanan of New Jer days work sey submitted a resolution indorsing the silver bill already agreed upon by the Re publicans Payson aft a Bolter This brought Payson to his feet He said that he would strenuously oppose tho caucus bill if it came into the house in its present form No vote was taken on Bu chanans resolution and after some dis cussion the caucus turned its attention to a bill which Dorsey of Nebraska offered as a substitute for the caucus hill The bill provides for the deposit of bullion the product of the mines and smelting fur naces of the United States and for the is sue of certificates to the depositor cover ing the full market vttlue of the bullion deposited These certificates it is pro vided are to be full legal tender for all public and private dues All foreign bullion smelted in the United States is in cluded within it provisions DIclvlnley Offers a Compromise Dorseys bill was not discussed directly and after Perkins of Kansas had made an attack on the caucus bill and others had discussed the various pending measures McKinley submitted a proposition in the nature of a compromise It contained several of the features of the Dorsey bill but stated definitely tho amount of silver to be coined monthly This was placed at i500000 ounces It also provided that the bullion certificates should be full legal tender and that when gold and silver were at par free coinage should be inau gurated After a long discussion on McKinleys proposed bill during which several amendments were offered and rejected the bill was adopted intact with one un important amendment The Resolutions Adopted The closing act of the convention was the adoption of a series of resolutions de claring that Lutherans were nor opposed to the English language not to compul sory education but objecting to the Ben nett law becanse it curtails civil and re ligious liberty gives school boards too much power compelling parochial and other schools to be governed in certain particulars by the said boards and be canse it prescribes certain studies and the medium of instruction therein It is declared that the state has no right to in terfere with private schools and pledges Lutherans to vote against any one regard less of party who supports the obnoxious law pression of tho liqnor traffic was intro duced by Frye and referred The senate then adjourned The house agreed to the conference re port on the army bill Disagreement on the pension bill was reported aud another conference ordered The difference is be tween dependent and service pensions The Alabama contested election case of McDuffie vs Turpin was then taken up and MeDuffie the Republican seated He then took the oath The house then ad journed Tha Pension Fund Deficient WASHLXGTOX Crrr June is stated at the pension office that the deficiency in the funds in the hands of the different pension agents which has resulted in the announcement by the agent at Indianapo lis that a large number of pensioners will be compelled to wait until July 1 for the payment of their pensions has been caused by the enormous number of allowances re cently made by the pension oiflce The pension office record for the present fiscal year will be far ahead of any single fiscal year for many years Banks WASHINGTON CITY June follow ing named national banks have been au thorized to commence business FirstNa tional bank of Haskell Tex capital MO First National bank of Rico Colo capital WISCONSIN LUTHERANS Demand the Repeal of the Bennett Law Out anil Out MILWAUKEE Wis June conven tion of German Lutherans met yesterday in the west side Turners hall to take such action as is within its power to bring about a repeal of the Bennett school law There were 400 delegates present and Chairman Koerner editor of The Germania presided A number of speeches all bitterly de nouncing the Bennett law were made and when Rasmus B Anderson said that the English language needs no protection that it is not an infant industry but an allpowerful giant marching with sweep Ing tread and irresistible force through the country the sentiment was received with tremendous applause Refused To Bo Bound Before the vote was taken on the Mc Kinley bill several gentlemen asked the chair if the caucus WRS intended to bind those present The chair stated that it was rather a conference than a caucus and that no one would be bound by its action When McKinleys bill had finally been agreed to a motion wns made and carried to make the action ot the confer ence binding on those present Connell of Nebraska immediately announced that in spite of the resolution he would not hold liimself bound by the action of the con ference At an adjournment was had Connell says that Puyson ami others who voted against the redemption clause will refuse to be bound by the action of the conference This leaves the silver ques tion still unsettled A FACETIOUS JAIL BREAKER He Gets Out with a Wooden Key and Leaves the Sheriff His Compliments AUGUSTA Ga June coun tys only prisoner confined in jail at Reids ville unlocked the door Monday night with a wooden key and walked out His name is John Fra ser a northern man who was arrested charged with stealing the money of a man with whom he was traveling Fraser left a letter addressed to the sheriff which has created much amusement In it he says that he is in a hurry to get out of the county and will uot therefore the sheriff from his sweet slumbers at mid night to bid him goodbye If he remained In jail all summer his muscles would get soft preventing him from doiug a good lie thanks the sheriff for be ing kind to him and assures him that he will return in October when court meete and stand trial when he hopes to be ac quitted DEWENTER The Hatter and Furnisher to His Old Room In the Johnson Block Handsomely Remodeled which has been SPRING AND beg leave to announce to my patrons and the public In general that my NEW STOCK of SPRING and SUMMER STYLES Is now Complete Mv past Standard for FirstClass Work will be Maintained Thanking you for past favors I Remain Yours Truly JACOB HE1RZ for Infants and Children Ill So Oxford St Brooklyn N TT I Without injulloui CENTAUR COMFANY 77 Murray J ANN Ttie Tailor SOS BROA03WAY Between 5th anJ 6th Sis The Amalgamated Association PlTTSnurG Pa June yesterdays session of the Amalgamated association convention President Wei he read his an nual report This report is never given out for publication but it shows the asso ciation is in a very prosperous condition Vmong the communications read was one rom a local manufacturer askiug a hear ng before the wage committee It was ecided not to hear individuals but to meet in conference a committee represeut ng all the manufacturers The scale was iven to the delegates who will discuss it nd suggest changes or adopt it as pre HU Heroic Deed Was His Undoing EW YORK June Barrett be exconvict who so heroically saved lit le Charlie OConnor from drowning at iier 37 East river last Sunday was Tues ay transferred from Essex market to the ombs Barrett was wanted by the police or a burglary committed some months ago The newspapers told the story of his leroic deed and thus gave the police a clew to his whereabouts The Northwestern Was Ahead JASESVHLE Wis June North western Railway company took possession South River street at 4 oclock yester day afternoon with a force of 100 laborers and by 7 oclock had completed laying a side track into the heart of the city thus cutting off the St Paul company which jad gained the right of way on the same street to within four blocks of the same point Meeting of the Rock Island Road CHICAGO June the annual meet ing of the stockholders of the Chicago and Rock Island railway held in this city yes terday the old board of directors was re elected Mr R R Cable was reelected as president The net earned of the company for the year ending March 81 were an increase of over last year One of the ablest of the women reform ers of France is Maria Deraisrnes She is described as a convincing and a witty speaker endowed with much oratorical power She is tall with a large com manding figure a fine expressive face and a strong voice After the plates hail been made for the American edition of Otddas new novel she learned that the name she had chosen CONGRESSIONAL PROCEEDINGS The Senate Passes the Fortifications HU Another Democrat Unseated WASHINGTON CITY June 5 The senate yesterday agreed to a resolution for an in vestigation of the charges of nepotism etc made by newspapers against the fisl commission The chair announced as committee on national university Ed mauds Sherman Icgalls Blair Dolph Harris Iiieomplete Returns from Oregon PORTLAND Ore June re turns from all counties in ihe state give Herman Rep for congress 8977 majority and Penuoyer Dem for governor 3466 majority It is thought majorities will lie increased by the official counts Butler Gibson and Bar Uour The fortification bill amended by striking ont the appro priation for the Waterrleit arsenal York and substituting an appropria FOET DODGE la June fast stock train on the Illinois Central railroad was completely wrecked yesterday by a washout near Ackley More than 100 head 9 of cattle were killed The trainmen es caped uninjured The Weather We Expect WASHIXGTOX CITT June are the weather indications f r thirtysix hours frin p m yesterday For Indiana and w artier except showers in northern portion slightly coole except sta tionary temperitare in Indiana title of a story and promptly telegraphed to have it changed to Syrlin the name of one of the characters JHW xorK anu suuBUbuuiiic au uuuivyrut t RSMMOfor boring and turning lathes etc at that arsenal Some othei amendments were agreed to and the hill was passed In reply to Stewarts resolu tion alleging diversion of fnn ds appro prlated for irrigatioi purposes the Inte rior office sent in a communication saying ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS Several buildings at Pittsburg burned Tuesday uigbt Loss Bill Letcher and Uncle IJob with El Rio Rey out should be the favorites on public form for the American Derby European telephone companies arc run ning the American concerns out of Mex Ico or trying to with prospects of success Sixtyfive thousand children were in line Wednesday in Brooklyn on the an nual parade of the Brooklyn Sunday School union The general Lutheran conference opened at Milwaukee Wednesday Speeches were made and resolution passed denouncing the Bennett law The British syndicate which recently purchased the Pillsbury mills at Minne apolis has also leased three of the Wash burn mills with privilege of purchasing The Harvard students are in a tttevro ver the recent vandalism At a meeting Tues day night they rejected a proposition to hire detectives to hunt down the red paint fiends Paul Hcsik arrested for arson by the Chicago police has confessed to firing the house in which his wife and three children were sleeping Family troubles were the cause The wife of John Tomlm of Camden N J is the sister of Henry C Moffett Tuesday Moffett wore out a horse whip on his brotherinlaw because the latter as alleged illtreats his wife Mayor James S Wyman of Allegheny City Pa has given 1OUO bail to appear for trial Saturday on charges of perjury and of contributing money to secure bin nomination and election The steamship Wisconsin arrived at New York Wednesday brought IM Mor mon emigrants Their names were taken and if their arrival is a violation of the alien labor law they will be sent back In the case of the Des Moires river lands at Fort Dodge la the company Wedneu day showed that it had more than com plied with the conditions of the grant Matters look very black for the settlers Thirteen warrants against union carpen ters were obtained at Chicago Wednesday by the old Carpenters association for in timidation of nonunion workmen The association has a record of all the assaults and outrages committed since the strike began and promise to make it warm for the strikers On the other hand the strik ers are getting ready to attack the associa tion for violation of the alien labor IHW Scores on the Diamond CHICAGO scores at bass ball yesterday were as follows League j At New York 4 Brooklyn 1 and Buckley Terry and Clarke At 7 Boston 0 and Ben nett Vickiry and Clements At Cleve 3 Cincinnati I batteries and ZitnmerDiryeaand Keenan At 1 Chicago 5 bat anc Kittredtre Bilker aud Wilson Brotherhood At New York Boston 4 and Ewing Madden and Gumbert and Murphy At II Brooklyn 12 and Cross Van Halrren and Cook At 7 Pi tjburg 4 Keefe and Mfick Maul and CarrolL At 4 CSeveland 1 and Dovle Bakely and Sutclifie Western At Kansas Moin uuVi educating colored ofrew indictments lor Wiylng for nt Lincoln A pur and John James were found jjt Wednesday of the crime and the former sent to prison for six months for ten years THE MARKETS CHICAGO June4 Following are the quotations on the beard trade ttdiy wlieru X Tune opened isr cloved I4c v 5li Oj losetl 0 3 rn a J line opt ncl u y oixlied an lied USNio opened 27ic a d do el 4Co tcoibcr OalJt No 2 line July opened 27 Kiietl 4Vic A Pork y oiwiled a cloftfil O September tv eue1 and cliMil Lard July optiHHl 5 iin flTK September opened 5 olostil f4i Livesto Unlnii tt ck prices were quoted us follows t opened actvbut v ak with prl lOillVj lower light frrudts 370A31M imukiuf 7U mixed lots a7maiS5 heavy ack g and Bblpplnn lots S37rx3 iuO Vroduce Butter Finest ereatncrloa US per Ib finest dirics littillc stock EgitHStrietly fuusli fcr dor turkeys 7c ducks 83c KCOSC per doe PotatoesOu track common and bu Peerlea Borbaaka tweet fcJWaATS per MM per bbl New York KKW YORK June 4 Ko 2 rod winter do July 95Hc do August WMic do Septwm ber Kc ComKo 2 mixed 41M04tMe caeb do June do July Quiet but tteady No 2 mixed 3JfB cash do June Wid do July ILyt and mtm 5 July Au gust SeiitemberTiSa Live Stock CatteMarxct ruled stcayat former prices fctctrs 4Vf3A V Mt ts bulls and riry Hbetf and ruled dull Mod tor both shMip lambs KUep 9 101 K f Market firm Un bogs f4OUO44U V 100 IK were lost I foreiun countriet for snn poi Rain slightly cxxiler weather except warmer in Upper AlicM an and northern Wisconsin variable wintis wth severe local atomu in Lower Jllchi an and eastern Wisconsin For winds becomia r northerly 5 Kansas City 4 at 6 Omaha 3 A ibi MOHOXK X Y Jane negro con ference was opened here yesterday morn CREAM BAKING Thomas rate given worm S jng with a large number of distinguished on the Alton Tito rock pile ha no that an ancle in England has left men from all partsof the counter gathering ta the firrt of lu klftd aM i WMcalled to superior excel bouieafDtswtctfcana quarter of a is used by the Catted by the asthe8cronfRMPursst Dr Prices Bsktoc JL   

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