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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - June 6, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPORT DAILY PHAROS 16TH YEAJL FEIDAY EVENING JUNE 6 1H90 NO 38 JOHN GRAYS MEVEK WILL DOWN The Question of How to Pos sess Wealth ON ALL KINDS OF gummer Qoodfi Challies Zephyrs Ginghams Dragon Black OrifBDdies Draijon Black Stripes Checks Dragon Black Bat iste Toil Nortl Plum and Stripe ChuRibriiya Linen Cliamlirays white Kmbroiilered Floundnif Plain and Checked Nalncook India Linen and other kinds of White Goods p Corner is on Ooods not on storerooms IT PLAGUES BOTH YOTJB HOUSES BARGAINS New line Improved Giisolinc StoTCs Large Line Natural Gas Stoves for Summer Lse Big Line of Refrigerators Handsome llulrigeriitiir BidvKnrds Kino Awortment of Mimllcs Unites and Cabinets Ice Crcum Water Coolers Hath Tubs Also n General Line of Stoves and Hardware All kinds of Tin and Slide Hooting done to imler POSTER BAILEY No H Market Street Next to Kruuts Barber Huop And IJotU Are Hammering Away at the Silver Likely to Out Through Tills AVeck Un der Ituntlcr man Has Ills Say in the lican Caucus on the Klectioii cial NoteH WASHINGTON ClTV June tackled the silver question yesterday and as his wont Honest John didnt leave anybody in doubt as to his position on the subject He characterized the bill before the senate as an uneasy ghost wandering without father without compass with out guide with no one to cull for a vote upon it and no one to demand solution of the difficult question He admitted that the people of this country needed a larger circulating medium than in other countries but nowhere elsa were substi tutes for paper money better understood or more in use than in the United States He attributed the decreased prices for agricultural products to tbe opening up of new fields in the west reduced cost of transportation doubling of railroad mile age anil the quadrupling of capacity of railroads and steamboats for transporta tion and to the trusts Comes Out for a Gold Standard It was claimed that the ellect tlie free coinage of silver would bo to advance the price ue once to a parity vith gold He denied it Its result would be to demon etize gold and to cavtse gold to bo hoard ed or exported He was for a high stand ard and that standard sold Ho was for the abandonment of silver as a money it to bo used only as a sub its nominal value was but its rela tive value changed Under the caucus bill he said the secretary of the treasury could comply with the law and not in crease the circulation more than 000 a year Some silver syndicate could present 4500000 ounces of silver to the secretary the first month and receive notes therefor It could then return the notes and take out the silver and the fol lowing month again present its silver And this could continue from month to month and from year to year After sev eral other speeches the house adjourned THE CONGRESSIONAL RECORD Subject of Important easiness Still Eloquence WASHINGTON CITY June bill were reported favorably to the senate yes terday one being an appropriation of SSOOOO for a monument in this city to John Ericsson Bills granting pensions of 850 per month to the widows of Commander Winslow of the Kearsage and Rear Ad miral Edward Donaldson were passed The silver bill discussion took up most of the day Hiscock and Sherman opposing the senate bill Sherman declared for a single standard and that gold and the abandonment of silver except for subsid iary coin In the house the railway committee re ported a bill to settle the Central and Union Pacific railway debts Mason in troduced a bill to amend the interstate commerce law so as to allow railways to make special rates for theatrical compa nies At McKinleys motion the house took up the silver bill with the provision that it shall be voted upon Saturday The Democrats made a vigorous demand for more time for amendment but failed to get it Anderson of Kansas Bartlne Con nell DeHaven Featherstone Funston Kelly Morrow Herman and Townsend of Colorado voted with the Democrats Conger of Iowa moved the substitution of the bill agreed upon at Wednesday nights caucus and after a few amendments had been offered the debate began but with out action the house adjourned BUILDING mm ASSOCIATION Of Detroit Mich CAlITAlf III Kivi Clnssoa of f each par vain vix Class NIL 1 por Share monthly payments 2 75 cfiits jxrrSlmiL No a No 4 Smres plui for In iiilvunuo d 5 liivistmwit Shares Mimiv liiunral in Hixt iiiorinuro security only lorrowurst receive full amount ol loan No premium loiluctoil IT U lO U N D AT ION Security Economy Profit Equity We knowthat wo prexint thc most Phiii In KcJHtincr both for lionewer anil lu veMor OfllecrM iuul Vrcsitlrnt Hox A HOWKII Viwprisiilsnt UKNNKTT Secretary N K KimilB Trtiiminp is A Hinn Union N t 1 Hunk JOHN M DWVKK 11 Ginerul Aitunt 1 E WoimiousK IluiniOIHw llullLr HnildSnir 82 Griswakl St S putIt 1 KIt Ajft 11 I HimEK 1402 Spear St JAMES J SHAFFREY County anil Collector Ollite opposite court lionsc Olllce ipen lully Ha in Io I p in Call or write for par ticulars Mm Stiitz Powders Will Cure Your Headache OE1NTS 12thSt Drug Store REAL ESTATE For sali 1 rusid nca on Broadwa For siilc residences on Sptiir street For siilc rosiilenrus en North street for sue residences on Market street For sale residences on Eigitli Ninlh ami Eleventh sreels For sale residences on hip juWrt anil Miami streets To tnule 0 Rixil farms for city prop erty Brick business house in Peru to trade for iv farm Business blocks in thc city to Inule for a iood fnrm Two dry goods storks Io trade fur farms Four stock farms to tnule fur im provci farms uiul city property Fur particulars ennuirc of M M GORDON metal Icuvin sidiary coin Tho llecord on Stewart then proceeded once more to re iterato that congress did not know what it was doing when it passed the demonetiza tion act of 1878 He declared that the amend ment that demonetized silver was never read in either home It was simply re ferred to in the conference report as amend ment number 0 so that noBenatoror mem ber knew what he was voting for Sherman then produced the original bill of 1873 from the files of the senate kept by McDormld the chief clerk of the senate 0 show that not only was the amendment read and voted on in the senate but that it was amended on his Shermans mo tion Tho Question Up n the House Silver was also the subject of debate in the house but McKinley who is nothing if not a legislative hustler opened the ball with a resolution that will very ef fectually prevent the representatives from spreading tlie debate out like the Semite has done The resolution which was adopted with several Republicans voting in the negative shuts out so the Demo crats claimed about all amendments ex cept what are offered by the coinage com mittee and this the Democrats vigorous ly opposed saying that it would prevent a vote on the question of free coiungu The Republicans denied this and said as many amendments could be offered as under the general rules The resolution also pro vided for the ordering of the previous question at 3 p m tomorrow Cauctm 11111 us n Substitute The decks having thus been cleared for action the original house bill was read and then Conger immediately offered the bill agreed to by Wednesday nights cau cus as a substitute This bill provides for the purchase of silver bullion in the ag gregate amount of worth each month at thu market price not exceeding SI for grains of pure silver and for the issue therefor of full lugal tender treasury notes redeemable in coin and re issii able provided that the amount out standing shall never be greater than the cost of the bullion purchased by their issue and such notes may be held ns part of the national bank reserves The island Act Repented Tho Bland silver dollar act of 1878 is re pealed and the treasury given author ity to re luom the notes in silver bullion at the mavKct price He Is also instructed to coin such portions the bullion as may be necessary for the redumption of the notus Whenever the market price of silver is Si for 371125 grains free coinage of sil ver shall bo authorized National liunk Koto Redemption The bill provides that the balances standing with the treasurer of the United States to the respective credits of national banks for deposits made to redeem the circulating notes of such banks and all deposits thereafter received for pur pose shall be covered into the treasury as a miscellaneous receipt and the treasurer of the United States shall redeem from the general cash in the treasury the circu lating notes of said bank which may come into his possession subject to redemption and upon the certificate of the comptroller of this currency that such notes have been received by him and that they have been destroyed and that no new notes will be issued in their place reimbursement of their amount shall be made to the treas urer under such regulations as tlo secre tary of the treasury may prescribe from an appropriation hereby created to be known ns national bank notes redemp tion account Three Amendments Oflered McComas moved to amend the substi tute by adding to section six the words And the purchase of silver bullion shall be suspended while it is being so deposited for coinage llscuS8cd the Election It ills WASHIXGTON Crrr June was a slim attendance at the caucus of Repub lican representatives held last night to discuss tlie Lodgenational election bill and the Rowel I bill to improve and ex tend the present system of federal super vision Both bills were discussed thor oughly but no agreement was reached and further discussion was postponed to next Tuesday night when a vote will be taken CONCOCTED BY BRITONS Tension Real Estate Agent BlockcLognnsporl liul Elliott FURNITURE THli LOWEST Our Designs Xone but the Best Workmanship Allowed to Leave our Salesroom Taylor of Illinois offered an amendment o the original bill providing that if tbe net amount of silver bullion received shall X less than in any one month he secretary of the treasury shall on the succeeding month purchase a sufficient injpunt to supply the deliciency OUonnell of Michigan moved to amend the nmendmont by striking out fi000000 and inserting This exhausted all the amendments which can be offered under the rules and although Bland was on his feet demanding recognition he was ignored by the speaker Conger Advocates the Measure Conger said that all general legislation must of necessity be a sort of compro mise So the bill before the house today was not entirely satisfactory to every one It was not such a bill as would be drawn by the gentleman from Massachusetts Walker or the gentlfiman from Mis souri It was not entirely satis factory to himself He believed that the bill first reported was the best But this was the bill which the majority believed would greatly improve the present status make a long stride in the direction the government ought to go It would add fti000000 treasury notes to our circu A Sensational Story as to That Xower Cal ifornia Filibustering Scheme SAN FUANCISCO June special to The Chronicle states that an investiga tion into the proposed filibustering expe dition against Lower California puts n new phase on the arTuir From the evi dence already obtained it appears that thc prosideufc of the Mexican Land and Colonization company had concocted a scheme for the annexation of the penin sula to the British empire It was pro posed to colonize Lower California and secure concessions from tlie Mexican gov ernment and foment dissensions which would jeopardize English interests Then thc interference of England was to be asked A British Protectorate It is alleged that Mayor Scott manager of the company assured the filibusters that two English men otwnr would be in the vicinity of Ensenaila cruising olf the coast when the new republic was to be de clared As noon ns thf declaration of in dependence issued the war vessels were to enter the harbor and recognize the new nation After the republic was pro claimed Scott was of the opinion that the United States and Mexican governments would join in putting down the insurrec tion and that Great IBritain would subse quently on an appeal to protect the inter est of her subjects declare a protectorate over the peninsula The paper claims to have documentary evidence BIG DEAL IN STOCKYARDS Tlie Chicago Plant To 3e Sold to thc British BOSTON June Nathaniel Thayer of the Union Stock Yards and Transit company of Chicago has pre pared a circular to stockholders urging their acceptance of the offer of the City of London Contract company for the pur chase of their stock It states that the purchase piice is per share puyabla in cash and in 5 per cent twenty fiveyear gold bonds the issue of said bonds not to exceed Some 60 per cent the stock has already assented to thc trade and it is expected to go through MURDERED HIS FATHER Awful Deed of ft 10YearOld Huron S II Hoy Hunox S D June dispute over a trivial matter occurred last evening be tween Zack T Hundley and his son Fred aged about 1C while putting down carpets Fred drew a revolver and shot his father iu the neck killing him instantly Hund Uy was one of the proprietors of The Huron Herald a Democrat and chairman of the Democratic state central commit tee The Northwestern Annual Meeting CHICAGO June annual meeting of the stockholders of the Chicago and Northwestern railroad and its branches was held yesterday in this city The gross earnings for the year ended Mny 31 were against last year The net earnings amounted to 72007 against last year Officers were elected as follows Chairman of the board Albert Keep president Marrin A KMDOjOEPEW Chicago Children Bombard the New York Orator BUT THEEB MISSILES ABE FLO WEES And tlie Victim Seems to tike Fe llcitoun Address to a Throng of Some Political Wisdom Plainly Put for Small Who May Some Bay Worlds rail Address a Great Success CHICAGO June Chauncey M Depew has been in town for a couple of days the principal object of his presence being to deliver an address to the Press club on the Worlds 1air but that occasion has been dwarfed in interest by a little in cident which occurred at the Auditorium hotel yesterday when the great afterdin nei speaker had to face seventyfive rosy little lasses who are to take part in the production of Cinderella The little girls were rosy in more senses than one for every one of them carried aboquet for immediate consumption as It were They were marshaled by Mrs Benton Barnes and introduced by Mr Stanley Waterloo of the Press club and aprettier sight could not be imagined than they presented as they filed into Mr Depews room Ir Waterloos Introduction Mr Depew was not surprised as he had j received ail intimatibn of this raid of in nocence and happiness and as he advanced to meet his young visitors Mr Waterloo said MR DEPEW In making this introduc tion 1 am most pleasantly and most iu norautly situated I dont quite under stand it all tnyseif I know only that there is a fair sea of young ladies and chil dren and flowers behind me which has carried me to you for an introduction The children I understand will explain themselves I am but foam on the crest of a rosecolored wave knowing nothing just carried You are surrounded and cap tured and what will be done with you I do not know I imagine it will be nothing gerioun I leave yoc in sweet trouble Taffy for tlie Great Orator Little Miss Jeffrey presented the dis tinguished orator a bouquet and then an other pretty mite stepped forward and said Mil DEPEW I suppose you are won dering what we are All here for and Ill be and tell you Weve always heard that you were the very nicest man in the world and we wanted to see just what you looked like We have brought you n bouquet and we want you to tell the New York folks that the flowers on the western prairies are prettier than their hothouse plants and that Chicago girls havent such big feet The flovers are from Cinderella who is going to take the stage at the Auditorium the night after you get through with it And we want you to be our godfather and rail road us through to success Wo have a two wuuien to whom I owe all that I am all that I have mother and sny wife His Hatred of Banquets O Sljt If I did not have to go to a banquet to morrow I hate banquets and never go unless I am dragged would go upon the stage and stand father to you in any uniform that you might devise I hope that whatever cheers may be given not be for me but for the fair of which I be redoubled for you when you give your performance And now goodbye I would like to kiss you all chirruped the seventyfive voices in the chorus and kissing their hands the children marched out of the room while the happiness in their faces irradiated the whole building OEPEW TO THE PRESS CLUB He Tlmt New York Hait No Morlils Fair Animosities The audience that greeted Mr Depew at the Auditorium last night where he spoke on the Worlds fair at the request of the DEWENTER The Hatter and Furnisher Has Moved Back to His Old Room In the Johnson Block which has been good godmother you know and oh Mr Depew iE you will tell all the people who are at your show to go to our show we will be ever so much obliged And if you want to be president JVlr Depew well make our fathers and our brothers vote for you Actually Made Him ISIilsli Mr Depew bowed a dozen times and smiled Well young ladies said he this is the first time Ive blushed for many years and I thought I had got out of that habit But to be surrounded by such a bevy of Cinderellas makes me feel as if I had gone back thirty years to the time when I would not have dared stund before you I have received n great many unique und but before he could proceed the little ones began pre senting bouquets and upon Mrs Barnes saying Throw them children throw them the bouquets begaa to fly through the nir as thick as rain drops during a summer shower They began to pile up in Mr Depews caught them very cleverly by the they reached as high as his head His face was not visible except as it smiled through the mass of roses which covered it A Lesson ih Polities Well continued Mr Depew after the bombardment had ceased well Jessie Agnes Ethel Gladys Lilly and all of you I know you wife has often said that she has never been jealous of me but I am glad that she is not here now Laughter If there is any one thing more delightful than another it is the af fectionate offering of children Why 1 would rather have these flowers tnrown at me by you children than to have the pres dential nomination hurled at me iu the big Auditorium Applause Because if by any strange possibility such an accident should happen three years from now I would know that behind the votes which nominated me would be the voters think ing what offices they were to get Laugh ter It Leuves a Hitter Taste In my experience I have found that of club whose guest he is was a mag nificent one Tho Press club as well as Mr Depew has reason to be proud of the success of the evening In size the audi ence was certainly the largest that ever listened to any set public speech in Chi cago and in composition was firstclass Synopsis of the Speech Mayor Cregier introduced the orator who devoted his address to a plea for unity in the matter of the fair He said that New York harbored no hard feelings and would do her whole duty and urged that eill pull together and make the enterprise a brilliant success It must be national he said or nothing Chicago was equal to the work of managing the fair and rais thc money and the balance of the country would see to it that the exhibition was n credit to a great nation WIDESPREAD DESTRUCTION Southern Minnesota Sends Up B Story of lliiln and Death ST PAUL Minn June fierce storm which raged all Wednesday night over southern Minnesota has nearly abated and reports which are now coming in show the damage heavy and widespread Where the rain was heaviest the wind did no dam age but at Chatfield and Maplclon where a cyclone prevailed there was no rain At Red Wing the storm was terrible Nearly half of Goodhue county is overflowed and several cases of loss of life have been re ported A Devastated Valley The Belle Creek valley is completely devastated and every farmhouse on bot tom land is washed away At daylight yesterday a torrent of water live feet deep and nearly two miles wide swept down the valley carrying everything before it The loss of cattle and stock is very great A farmer named Larson three miles from Red Wing carried two children from the flood but his wife and two more children were drowned Tho Family Missing A family named Withridge is missing and as their house is destroyed it is be lieved they were all lost At Hay Creek the torrent carried out two milldams a mill the station house and a large section of track The damage at Chatfield was light At Maplcton the house of Edward Fayton wasstrnck by lightning and he and his son killed The fire communicated to the barn and a hired man named Miller was burned to death Handsomely Remodeled SPRING AND SUMMER 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 psist Standard for FirstClass Work will be Maintained Thanking you for past favors I Remain Yours Truly xJAGOB HERZ for Infants and Children Kotr S Kills W x cnrps Colic niuoii Pirrhrca Ernetuiii rms Cjuto is so well adapted to children that 1 ncommeud it as superior to any pruscripliua LnowntoDie IL A Ancucii I D 111 So Oxford 8L Brooklyn N T I Wiitoout usurious TDK OSTICB COMPANY Murray J The Tailor 303 BHOAUWAY Between 5th and 6lh Sts ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS A TANK STEAMER EXPLODES One Man Fatally anil Three Others Seri ously 15urned PHILADELPHIA June aft ernoon an explosion occurred in the tank steamer Hans and Kurt lying at the At lantic Oil Refining companys dock at Point Breeze The vessel was ruined and 800000 gallons of oil together with con siderable wharf property including a brick storage building were destroyed by the fire which resulted from the explo sion There had been no fire aboard the vessel and no cause for the explosion is known unless it be spontaneous combus tion Thirteen Injured One Bead Thirteen persons were injured of whom Joseph II Quinn a shipping clerk was covered with the burning oil and so badly injured that he died soon afterward Haris Schouholtz aged 87 a baseman of engine No 4 was overcome by heat and the inhalation of smoke and is Irelieved to be dying John Karl Wuent aged 42 tbe steamers carpenter was badly burned and his arm dislocated his condition is serious Henry Campcn aged 40 was badly burned he is in n serious condition The money loss is about APPALLING DISASTER RUMORED A Spcninl Taiii of Hallway Officials Re ported CHICAGO June special to The Her aid from Parkersburg Vu says It is just learned that an Ohio River rail road special train of two cars filled with Baltimore and Ohio railroad officials en Tilden Will NEW YorK June Beach In Cholera is rife at Desiren on the Tigrto he supreme COurt has sigued the A sanitary cordon has been placed around Buhmitted by thc iu the Tilden rust case Judge Ikich holds the bvqnest or the trust to be ilkgal and void and in apable of being carried into effect by udicial ilei ivo tioveruor Tilden is found the town The British house of commons has again rejected a bill for a tunnel under the En glish channel Gladstone and Dillon held a long con ference at Hawarden castle Monday on political matters At Fremont O Wednesday William Dieraer a carpenter waa overcome by heat and died during the night The Washington Nctionul bank of New York city has been authorized to com mence business with a capital of Hon Thomas B Reed has been retiomi nated for conuress by the First Maine district Republican convention at Port land Rollin Beers a young lawyer of Bridge port Coun has gone to Canada probably Anyhow he is an embezzler to the amount of Dry weather in many counties of Kansas has cut down the winter wheat average to a considerable extent below the report month ago The Kngineering News of New York that at the present time onefourth of of this country are Hughitt vice president treasurer and sec retary M L Sykes The directors de clared a quarterly dividend of IK per cent on the preferred stock and a 8 per cent semiannual dividend on the common stock payable June 20 scores at tlie rsutiouaii Game CHICAGO June Yesterdays base ball playing resulted as follows League j At New New York 2 Boston 13 Welch and Buckley Nichols and Bennett At Brooklyn 5 Philadelphia 6 Lovett mnd StaHius Glenson and Clements at Cm Pittsburg 1 Cincinnati 9 batter Schraittand Berger Raines and Har rington Brotherhood At New New York 11 Brooklyn 5 Ewiug and Ew ing Murphy and Dailey At Philadel Philadelphia 4 Boston 9 batteries and Millgan Radbourne Kelly and Sweet At Chicago Chicnsfo 6 Piitts hurg li bat Dwy er and Boyle Gal vin and Qaiinn Rain at Cleveland stopped the playing Western At Sioux City the tot Paul club struck yesterday on the managerfor salaries and said that they the great many things which make a man feel proud there are some which leave a bitter taste If a political body wants to do you honor you find at the same time that they are thinking of foreign mis sions consulates or custom house appoint ments if a charitable organization comes and tells you how fascinating witty and eloquent you are you can be sure that they are going to ask for a speech to help them out There is a can of dynamite un der the compliment and when you get home the dynamite explodes and shatters the compliment But girls like you inno cent charming you come to me I dont know what to are unequal to the task I can only drop a tear place my hand on my heart and say thank you Slander on Chicago Kcfuted I understand that you are rehearsing for a play to be produced soon and that you have chosen Cinderella in order to re fute the slanders about the extent of ground covered by the Chicago belle For mv part I have seen no feet at all since I have been here I am going to carry the message back to New York that the feet of Chicago girls are invisible Laughter The Good Book defines three great virtues hope and the great est of these is charity Now there are dif ferent kinds of charity There is a char ity that has a sting which leaves a bitter taste But the charity that comes from the feet of Cinderella as she dances for a fund to alleviate suffering goes out in sweet incense from loving girlish hearts route to Wheeling went through a trestle between here and Wheeling The disaster is said to be appalling but the officials of he road can give no information A spe cial train with surgeon on board has just eft Wheeling It will be impossible to jet the details until a very late hour Mother and Sons Drowned NEW HAVEN Conn June re turning home from school at Middlebury yesterday Edward aged 13 and George aged 10 sons of John Smith got on a rat and began paddling about When about 00 yards from shore the raft capsized The cries of the children brought Mrs Smith mother of the lioys to the scene and she rushed into the water to save her sons She got into the deep water how ever and before assistance could reach them the mother and both sons were drowned Lightning Strikes a llano Ball Stand CLEVELAND O June the progress of the bail game at Brotherhood park yesterday a thunderstorm suddenly came up and the 400 people in attendance into the pavilliou for shelter A few minutes after the people had gained this shelter lightning struct tha metal ball on top of the flagstaff and smashed the pole into splinters Three persons were badly stunned by the shock PHILADELPHIA June all of suite tiio passenger cars hiutud by steam John James who was sentenced to prison at Lincoln Tils for vote burying made a break for liberty while being taken to jail Thursday ami clear away William P Pixley a railway laborer at Butte City Mont has suicided be cause hU wifis and two daughters insist el on working as waitresses in a beer hal Ida Proctor a dissolute woman of 33 stepped on a broken electric wire at Duliiih and was slowly killed her body beina wrapped all the while in waves of blue Tlie duke of Orleans who wa cm ducte out of France Tuesday night by 01 President Caruot reached Belgium Thurs day morning and took breakfast vriti Leopold The schooner Louis Buckicu New York for Jacksonville Fla was burned at on Juue 3 Her crevr num bering thirteen persons who escaped in an 0iwn boat were rescued by the steamer Nacoochee famousChart reuse monastrey near Grenoble France has been partially de stroyed by an explosion of dynamite be litved io have been brought about by un suLcersful blackmailers The Quebec government having offered IM acres of land to each head of n family w io has twelve or more living children w applications have been received from ich Canadians for the bounty Uv Jolm Busebe Koman Catholic of Mich has joined a Protestant CJiirch Ixicause he fell iu lore with a mem brofhis congregation wno jtiuid tie church Tbe couple will marry Xible Smithson and James XL Veraoc Republican candidates respectively for governor and secretary of statis of Aia bama are ineligible in consequence of t their not having lived long enough in tbe i have died intestate as to the residue of is THii MARKETS CHICAGO June 5 quotations on the buarj f trade today 2 June aliened clojeil UlJiS vi jwnel UA eJosed He Sjpteinber op ned Wic t lotnxl 9 3 iuNo X June oiKncil 3sjc tlo cJ u y cy i lobcil Sctfniber opened cliiscd WJ4 OatsNo optned t7jc closed July oiwned Z7K closed otxued clos d opened liiHd ibttr opentii aud closoi S1310 Julv opvncd closed S002W Live sto it yanla prices were quoled follows t oj enwl m dirately aclvj aid rathor w ak with prlcs lOc lowcn light grades 136433 rough lacking miiwi lots 375 heavy tacking and ehlpplng lots taVtifltn but slow cows and mixed stockein and feeders Texas grassc muttons Produce ButterFinest creameries 139 per Ih fluest dairies L stock feesh 1 per rtoz per Ib turkeys 7c ducks geese t4OO9500 per doz and mixed per bu PeerleJ sweet poUtoon per per bbl New York NKW YORK June 2 red winter cash do Jane do July do Aapwt 9fc 2 mixed cash do Jttme 41c do July 414c OatsDull Xo mixed B434c cash do June 3IH4c do 33c Rye and Pork Dull mew tl375qiti6 Lardetealr Jnlr Anglist S642 Live Stock no t ruling IB beeves dressed beef firm native sides THc V Sheep und LambsSheep ruled iteady lambs J4c ft lower f 10U nomloallf steady live Williams Suggests a Scheme Williams of Illinois spoke in favor of the free coinage of silver and contejad j ed that sold did not a fixed value bash was drowned while swimming body was recovered latioo every year They woxild iromedi would not play until they were paid nor ately go irjto circulation because the sec leave Sioux City At Kansas j Kaa Erey retary mttst pay for the bullion with these Moines 4 Kansas City 12 at and with nothing islse Tfaukee 12 Denver 18 at apolis 9 Omaha i Maurice Kagan 3 As I stand here and look into your faces I am reminded that it has always been a weakness of mine to admire pretty girls My wife approved of this weakness up ntios to the time we were married btcaase she T thought she was the only pretty girl whom I admired Now however she doesnt approve it she says I am getting too old the Reading railroad condnctora who were j menibens of the Order of Railrortd Con a beneficial fraternity haare that they have eir connection with the organi conformity vrith a demaud made by the company The men were sriven the choice of leaving the service or leaving the order and so far no resigna tions been received The Fife family held a reunion at burg Pa TbunKlay The original Fife country 200 years ago and o defendants took part in bra ion f PURE nPI9CEB CREAM Xew lor and fraternal way I am only pay ing tribute to her She doesnt look at it bfthat light however Laughter Now and Murray but although Ill tell you why I love pretty girls I love them wiOi passengers were hurt between Albion High six dHihed no L June 6 sessions ol the Amalgamated aiisociition were occupied in discussion of the scale homee for more thf naquaiterof ncci bu Tr nmc niirht bv tbe United OvcerTiirein r boilinK iron It was learnedlast mgnt tbe rj that there is a strong sentiment among a tbe fEtVawwU Purert ard BmKM2 nxijority of the wage committee farorlng Dr Prioei a sliicht ailvance in the wage scale in all coei it is isaid exceed 5 uer cent   

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