Interstate News Record, May 3, 1890

Interstate News Record

May 03, 1890

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Interstate News-Record (Newspaper) - May 3, 1890, Ironwood, Michigan MORE ORE CARS IS THE CRY BOATS WAITING FOR CARGOES I AT LAKE PORTS HILARIOUS TRAMPS Tired Men Erect a Hut Steal Beer and Are Arrested Sunday night six keys and two cases THE WEEOHRON CIRCLES FEARS THAT THE MINES CAN NOT FILL THEIR CONTRACTS OUR ORE THE BEST j of beeiwere stolen from Yal Blatz If the Present Condition of Affairs Ex1 Brewing companys warehouse and The Cleveland Iron Trade Review Be ists Throughout theSeason Ore Shipments Will Be Crippled when the Milwaukee Champagne was missed Monday morning the police aui Great difficulty is being experienced all over the mining districts of the Uij thorities were notified Before noon Marshal Byrnes and Policeman Shea petPeninsula on account of a famine i werf Arching along the Central of cars in which to move the ore to the docks at present obtain s Wlth of the forlorn numerous anxious vessel owners who are looking for single trip contracts at Escaiiaba aud otheiparts The established rate from to Cleveland is ninety cents per gross i too tired to work In some ien they call those who are not compelled to work aristocratic gentle we call them tramps Monday evening the ton but it is believed that if ofleif me the mayor tho 01 the city council and a of The eloquent could be furnished there would be j little trouble in obtaining an eightyfive I to a varied and possibly an eighty cent rate the inconvenience which shippers have met with in obtaining cars the speeches and vocal solos Jolm Robicsonr delivered an oration ful1 of fluency pathos and Others OI the Ieisuiely mdined entry folio w masterly addresses e fbrWdsa streiiograph opening of navigation are to be continu ous throughout the season the knge ed m output that had been anticipated in lack of spac minlug circles will be disastrous v morning the gentlemen were Justice Murphy Morton Geo isthe Norrie are still dumping John Foster Jas Williams stock Mining men are hopeful howj John Robinsoiy GeoKing and John ever that the roads become ac I Keis answered at roll call A custoniedto the work that them idll je in obtaining ears atuntsd At present the hiNewpie is notshipmng more than half as much us j umted to interview shemiglit while theother minesos well i anrt Evert is answered at roll of misappropriating for their BET ON THE How a Detroit Paper Refers to the Funtr al of Lotta Morgan Detroit Joiiniiil Lotta Morgan a notorious woman jvas murdered at Hurley Sunday d her funeral was one of the biggest l own use six kegs and two cases of f the projjerty of the Val Brew 1 ing company was made against them They admitted their guilt and in de fault of the payment of a line were re quested to take up their residence for the next three moons within the sacred walls of Hotel de Folcy at Denny S lieves That the Seasons Output Has Been OverEstimated IRON ORE To the close observer it must be evi dent by this time that at least as far as the producers interests are concerned the present season will bring consider able disappointment to the ironore trade When the heavy sales of last Fall weie being negotiated and when Southern Iron Cheap and Says John Tod of Cleveland tTlie iron said John Tod the Cleveland manufacture to an Even ing Wisconsin reporter is rather quiet now The reeent speculation is to blame a short time since j bought a great deal of iron in the ex pectation of making or a ton without moving it They ran prices up and naturally bore down the mar ket when tliey unloaded The present condition of the market is simply the WHAT THE MINES ARE DOlf PARAGRAPHS OF INTEREST CONCERNING THE RANGE result of a reaction and will not last There will be a great improve every producer of iron ore found a mar ket at his own rate for anything he had to otter the opinion was advanced at that time it seemed to be jusllbouud lo mnot wllfve the tied by the the 1890 produc tion would reach if not exceed nine million tons Since then the situation has been materially changed and it is apparent to the most sanguine that a modification of that estimate is in order It may bethat in a great many instan ces ore producers were goverened In their sales by the desire of purchasers rather than by a knowledge of what they could produce that not infrequen inent in a few weeks The tioh is larger than I ever kuew before The Shipping Season Fairly Opened Up and Mining Is Famine of Ore Cars The Rhiuehuider people are sinking a fine new shaft on the north side of Black River on tho high ground oppo site the old Rhinelander andMiner Wells workings on the south side of the creek Presently it is thoir intention the rush of spring flood is over pump out the old main shaft of the mu Wells then sink it further to ore is coming from afraid of is ifoat there All will that I am be a wild tly they trusted in luck in gettinoout but thev cannot produce tho Bess the ore they ottered for sale or it may I emci be that they honestly overestimated j their resources At all events it quite plain now when a million or more at pierces opera tons of ore remain unsold that it will j evening require work to fill existing con In the human race the hutehe tracts and that the dropping off in the j the steaks If the do mand keeps upland that it is Ithe thence drift 111 tothe ore body recently penetrated by the diamond drill at the depth of 300 feet and open out the properly and make shipments this season The reported sale of the Eclipse mine to the Wisconsin Central syndicate af terwards denied turns out to have been correct Preparations for mining on a considerable scale are going forward and the ore will lie shipped over the Lake Shore road for the present in Central cars until tho latter road is ex tended from Bessemer down into the Wakeiield district The Eclipse is a nice little mine and may become a very great one There are great possibili ties in that neighborhood j There seems to be a pretty general understanding in mining circles that j the Eureka Danglars mine is under option to the Wisconsin Central compa speculation in iron next fall I do not like a does more harm than good Lake Superior Mr Tod when asked if Western iron men had any cause tofear Southern manufactur ers to be afraid cept imported ore The Southern man ufactures can make a cheap inferior LOCAL GATHERINGS house this hoMs Dr J A Me Lend and the Misses enormous sales of last October aud Nov ember wasa blessing in disguise Owing to the depressed condition genCity erally there is no call now for this ore j A number of young people of the city j attended a dancing party at Flurlev and there is none likely to be for some time to come but the holders are satis airs ever seen in that sink of corruposcwted gentlemen to their si m Instead of burring the woman mer Le5Olt O11 Tuesday afternoon took charge of A V1Sit to revealed an sioht A hut 1 Bessemer Hed lf wnit ft the ta iea kindly ium gentlemen to their sum1 Somewhat of a nov unps revealed an amusing sight A htit had i been built of boughs boards and logs in s adjoining the Central tracks nile east of the On the lie place were spread eight di on uietly the affair the town was billed and the exercises came off in the opera Everybody invited and everybody itlic m respectable well as other sort One preacher indulged in ahalfhou good qua might h suuVtheh somebody said Let Lotta s favorite At this the mourners shouted One while others remarked something and still others let on the Itlentlv hteis thereforsome days After exhibitions ol grief had i tlie liody was carried to thej French Maxims We blame in others onlv esentcd hv tho this Prime left Tuesday evening for Kunsus about and it is well i worlli that sum that is to say the con is all the rail Itlooks as if s Central syndicate was eventually Tuesday evening The Ironwood Elecric Light company is painting the poles on which its wires are strung and they look quite prcsen l all the mines along the east the range It is reaching out i with a strong hand imij M iu nnj HKJK quuu prcsen of the first cargo of foreign ore carry1 table j The Eureka late Danglars company ing 001 per cent of phosphorus I The monthly meeting of Aurora i iure resumed work on the Standard and the importers are conlident that it Chapter was held at Bessemer TInirsj option which lies north of the old Go will be a longtime until any more j day evening About a doxen from Ironi gebic This Standard foreign ore is received in this country i wood were present This fully bearsout the statement inside A man has invented a chair some time propojty is ap parently way off the ore line to the that can j north yet a narrow vein of nine feet of ago of the sales made in Engj be adjusted to SOf different positions ore wtis found here nearly two years Spanish ores usually import ft is designed for a tn sit in when j though not of lirst quality perhaps of the consequent jmt of Eastern steel for The lire dcpnrtmont out for prac this Lice Tuesday evening Chief HumId So far as miccs and arc ionocrn of Bessemer were married he has his hair j The company now propose to drift on s lend both also to go decp uul fully determine what there is in raond states the boys will turn out once 1 this remots placo a week in the future j Considerblc development work will IhuUps Bennett and Miss Annie BohL bave to be done u the Anvil mine be hearse byjfight of the Reading citizens of Hurley and the body was followedto y faults od the situation remains unchanged on Tuesday evening ly Justice is a und pig iron cohtimies as plenty ful its So snvs the fiailv News it Ashland j fote much ore csin be shipped There very impression abroad j that the Anvil people must getthrough Wednesday the dike and down very much deeper their WAS A CLOSE CALL Yesterdays Fire at Times Seriously Threatened the City Yesterday will be long remembetxd by tho boys in the fire depart incnt and the police oiliccrs and citizens who assisted them5in stopping the tires on the Ashland andNorriellocations The tiro originated at the Ninukoii mine in Hurley but in an almost incredible short length of time it had been carried across the river in the dry punk and stumps and was making rapid strides up the hill at the Ashland When the lire was first noticed at the Ashland tho lire company was playing on a small fire that had started in a wood pileon the corner of Vaughn and Lowell streets and the smoke from tho direction of the Ashland lUtmcUd the notice of Chief Hammond who at one of the fiivmcn tosecs if Uure was anv danger In than fifteen minutes theswmnp angel firewhistle sounded tho alarm and a portiou of the depart ment was dispatched Ashland lo cation and the remainder to the Norrie where a similar lire was in The smoke from the nature of the de bris burning was almost blinding and the men worked with the greatest diffi culty In looking at the burning Hats only at long intervals could any lirebe discerned The tornado and for wind bleu like a a time it seemed as though the efforts of the firemen would prove fertile On the Norrie locution three dwelling houses were burned aiid the furniture and household elVucts were removed from other houses in close proximity The greatest danger to the city however was in the direc tion of the Ashliind mine and as soon as the Tire at the Norrie s lib wed signs of giving way to the efforts of tho men the whole department was centered at that point und the flat literally flooded About this time the wind died down considerably and the firemen soon had the lire under control The fire de partment worked hard andwell and the city of Ironwood can thank her lire company that she is not again laid in ashes Every citixon should bo proud of their fire company BRAVE MINERS selves except in the evil which they sales a Brownrs Theatre comany will be conduct at her funeral except a desire for show on the part of the Hurley jxo ple BARRETTS LAST FAREWELL The Acting Days of the Great Selfmade Tragedian at an End It is the irony of fate that Lawrence Barrett the actor after years of ardu ous effort should have placed himself in a position of eminence in his profession only to be incapacitated for further stage work by physical ill says the Sun No man has had a harder fight for success love women twenty who love women and one who loves a wonjan than Lawrence Barrett made in every respect He is self Beginiiinr Five hundred per cent in love 2001 per cent in friendship such are the profits that we try to draw from human sentiments Women who are absolutely beautiful have only that amount of modesty which is necessary in order to make the most of their beauty I should like to in regard t o I firmly at prices of course are cash at the furnace The main reason for expecting i better with onlv indomitable ener market is found in the statement of fur nacemen that iron cannot be made without a loss than the present rate but it hardly probable that a decided change for the better is likely to be realized short of the next sixty days It will require a sharp and act ive buying movement to infuse some de three nights engagement at Pierces opera house Monday evening The Mavquette Mining Journal speaks very hlghly of their perform ances Miss Ttegine Smithrs dancing class at Hurley Wednesday evening was very largely attended Miss Smith organized her Ironwood class in Kelsons hall Fiist National Bank building last even this matter why women who are so gree of strength into the present dej We are told in a poem that the hand gy he had art his mistress and worshipgreatly irritated by the evil that we ed her while he built up a scholaiyl sometimes speak of their sex nieso piti character Hampered by maunerism he fought his way into public esteem to find having done 30 that disease had fastened upon him and marked him for less to each other He who complains of the ingratitude of man is an imbecile for it was nec essary to be an imbecile in order to j moralized market as well as some little that rocks the cradle is the hand that firmness onthe part of furnacemen Uules the This is no doubt a who for the past month or more have j sentiment but the author ought been chasing each other all over the to know that about eight women out of country after catload and hundredton orders and have been its own The glandular growth in his count on their gratitude neck compelled him to abandon his j work early in the present season and undergo a severe surgical operation This was successful and the actor pro ten rock the cradle with their feet W F Shea who delivered the elo cutting each others prices with a ven queut oration at the recent Hibernian j geance that necessarily told upon the celebration in Ironwood lias been im Brownes Theater Company I entire market Southern iron is animously chosen city attorney of Ash The Mining Journal must congrotfed to navo a ton This j land Mr Shea is a selfmade man and Uilate Mr J H Browne upon the very womd secin to in keeping with the j the appointment is a fitting recognition i ETCneral DOllCV of Our Southern frionr15 f of his nnrl nhflitT with Mr Booth Now however the general policy of our Southern friends of his worth and ability a tour nevt in Aftmnrmv improvement which was jectcuatour next seasonin at theCa3ino j who generally manage to sell up their j entiie product for several months Chas Laughren intends to commence 4 will tell the story of a heroic struggle company appetvrs before upper j against fate Pmiwula audiences this year with new The city Hall Project j house will The city council will meet Monday i offic There is nothing new concerning the contest between the Eureka people and possession of the Gogelne option on Black River Both parties are exploring the property and a result will soon obtain in the way of an ore find The ownership will proba bly have to be settled by the courts and the more valuable the property is dem onstrated to be the more tenaciously will the rivals struggle for it Affairs at the Germania remain un changed It is believed that the tim bers are not seriously damaged and that the ihe is confined to the cedar punk around the shaft The shafts are securely covered and the result will probably be the charcoaling of the punk leaving the timbers compara tively unharmed The water is about pumped down in the Mikado mine and the work of run ning the crosscuts both north and south has begun It has been a long job hav ing been begun nearly two months ago Mike McKay who has had charge o the pumps has severed his connection with the company and gone over to thf Menominee range on business Capt Pat Conley was obliged to aban don the original shaft recently started on the East Danglars on account of an influx of quicksand which is about the most exasperating obstacle the miner everywhere has to contend with An They Face Death to Rescue a Pump Boy at the HancockMine North Hancock Mine shaft No 3 was swept by lire Monday Three men hazarded their lives in rescuing a helpless lxy and all three were ter ibly burned One was drawn vip dead rom the bottom of the shaft canhardly live The third will probably recover although terribly lisligiired Flames were discovered juisting from the shaft at three oclock They were partially extinguished and apt Joseph Herbert Tohn Thomas Tohn Rowe Vnd Thomas T3oll volun teered to go through the smoke that the cutting in search of John Williams a pump boy Bell wasthe ast mart to go down As he reached the ladder he yelled to the others Come back The gjis down there is too There was no answer and it was evidentthat the throe miners had suffocated Tying a scarf about his head John Pentecost of the Tamarack went down alono through gas tha extinguished his lamp He found Thomas with his clothes burned off and MINISTER PALMER WITHDRAWS j plays throughout That presented evening when it is expected the comj and ill Jiuvc thirtyfive rooms a othcrshaft further back has been open car and billiard room steam j ed aml thcnjin proffrJ5sinf all motlern improvements It i a tn 1V n sansiactory manner to the company The Recent Death of His Heir the For the Withdrawal Palmer United States mini1 his glory and new songs y nccds a city hall and with the lotsli Presbyterian church are to be ater to Spain hns sent from Madrid a to delight his hearers while in the new for that pnrpocie already purchased I carried on the absence of I dispatch announcing his tenor Sidney Craven the company j thorc is no TOlson whv t shouW nQ j tlzc wstor Uev Kilstone of Bessemer from candjdacy for nomination to be another star A fine soprano Miss this veiir ThexewKecoid bePeaches tornonow morning and even governor of Michigan Tlte rausc of i ban Temple completed the excellent j the matter j of Bakers for Mr Palmer s withdrawal is the death trio which pleased all last night The through businesslike consideration I the other ftibbaths will made in due of his heir and only near relative Mrs j company was greeted with a full house i and that the council will be in timc MaryRoby Witherell Hamilton Her in spite of the fiucaced and governed In theiractions A physician that demise the direct line of the company wfll begin a three in the matter by the committees re1 diphtheria and infectious fevers are all mer nights engagement at Pierces opera port By all means erect acity ball possible or actual results from kissing i 1 house Monday evening j The worat diseaw his Ifcg frightfulljr roasted Rowe was dead and Herbert nearly so but ht will probably recover Rowe7s widow it thought to have been by the shock The lire in the lower levels o the mine did not entirely die out unti evening when Williams lody was founr 3iO feet from the surface apparently drowned by the Hoods of water tha were in STORIES OF THE STREET i ore in stock at this shaft ami antici that efore the summer is over it add materially to the seasons out mine That razors right ov and wont ssiid Billy Cook to NewsRecord man the other claj Tired Tired of what Just plai everyday tired with a big T fact You can hone si razor down unt its face is as thin as the average stor of an oM mining cnptnin but if a tire tit is on you must lay it siside for n few weeks until it is ready to go to wor again It is simply tired and until gets a it wont out worth How about the one you are using Billy isnt it just t trifle tired The steel is all right The trouble McLcod who has had charge of I the same thing in other re the Chicago mine on Sunday Laku for the pnst year and a half will ro jocularly added the barber n he jabbed some lather into the Waterworks Esctension The water mains are being extended itie juauis using exienaea The annual of the on Suffolk street from Vaughn avenue American will be held at to within a short distance of the Nome i Niagara Aug 25 26 and 2S All of the spur J DO 11 L IJG pleted early during the coming nine in w tvc Mr Henry Bryant has sold the fust las of Boston for the races nas Deen le That is less dansrcrmis but more espen has sold out ami retired coming week nine in numberwill be run nt this stroyed by fire Ixiss 325 000 pnrtiallv Uive thin either w A fourinch pipe is being laid meeting injured Jive tnan eithei tiiberculosis or i theina And it bangs on longer too i n 1 cured and n few moments later the ci pmtmjr Bounced victim fo contracted by the I the stock piles A of mrs young man who devotes several jtiyhts is for tnis condition of a week to the labial exercise is pnlpita things Charles McKlvaine the Hrookly I tion of The heart which frequentlv ter Sands Bennett who has run he An boy murderer has biKri jnintod Ja ne The greater portion of the business minates in n violent ease of matrimonv boardinghouse for the wst two trial section of St Elmo hns Pittman cashier of the bank Ore trains make music on tho roads Nottingham nnd now lwth day anil niijhJ Alrtbnny has DIGEST OP SOCIAL GENERAL AND MINING AFFAIRS ioh and Racy Items Contiibuted by the Interstate NewsRecord Special Correspondents WAKEFIELD Messrs M Wescott F S and eo Gibbs liave reentlypui chased the oek stock of general merchandise at akctioid and have the usiness which they give anew uergy Mr AVescott and hi cousin ohnny founeily of come up from Shaw no and are giving then ntion to tlie store With Mr Jones ley imike a strong loam Preliminary surveys ato being made r tho extension of the Wisconsin Ceu til railroad from to the alms mine and IhciKo to Rlaclc River id Wakelield and beyond The recent urchase of the Palms and other prop eastward by the Cential syndicate akcs this extension a ceitamty and isnries it to be a paying ono Jimmy Carlin the conductor of the LshlandWakefield iccommodution on Ie road has taken a and make the early ring troutfishing on the Brulc ver west of Ashland Conductor Ly i of the wayfreight tcmpoituily ftfl g Carlins place resumed in Weeds mill t Ramsay the of the week The ompany will sjiw out ft jtne logs during the season Cashier moved hib family to the Perry Wakelield hlch he is looking aftor for the bughton oxvneis Mrs Goo W White of Appleton is visiting her husband the httrd are merchant at Wakefield Supplies of neu tie hiue tecently ecu scattered along the Lake Shoio oad by tho work train Emil ueek as tiiken charge of the boarding house i the Mikado mine IRON BELT Thinga re very lively at the lion elt mine this sciisnn About 2T0 men re now on the companys pay loll and ic number is being met cased weekly hipnents ot twentyfive made daily but a seatcity of cars present shipment Aayn be Centralpromises fo lenty shortly The JXon ile contains about Prank Peterson a oung he iron Belt mine uiev in the isiana State Lottcrj ng frank will now get married and muke a trip to the old couufcrj Work on the Atlantic option te being igorously pushed and the outlook for he opening of a good mine a j ear hence s encouraging Upper Peninsula Press Association The following circular received he NewsRecord office explains itself IRON MOUNTAFX April 26 1S90 Dear Sir A meeting of tho Executive Committee of the Upper PetL insuki and Northern WisconsinPress was held iuTheBjmgeoflice Wednesday afternoon April at which it was decided to hold the next annual meeting of the association in this city Monday Tuesday and Wed nesday July 21 22 and 2X The busi ness meeting will be hehl oh Monday evening Tuesday of the Stato Press association withi arrive and day will bespent visiting diffe poinLs in and about Iron MounUii eluding a trip to Norway in the noon Grand Banquet in Ru opera house in thecvenij our Lower Pcninsulafriends wi OH their extended western trip committees dans for Wcdnesdayf vet incomplete but a trip to FlorenctS and other nmge towns contemplated Pull YriUticulars will be announced Inter Ry onler of the COMAriTTEK To Facilitate Ore Shipping Tho spur built by the Lake iShore to the Anroia and Mt Hope mines is now being used tnd the ballastingis completed early luring the coming week the greater part of the shipments from these mines will be sent over the spur instead of hauled over the Norrie hiU Tho Shore is also building sntir to the East Norrie and Nonfa No 7 which will strike the AurornMt Rrje spur in the vicinity of the springs on l he county line road A large force of mon and teams are now at work fbc roadxrd and con stnution will If the Lake will now make n big effort and hvihtU up nioie ore the output fnni mines this uill he ibm Anticipated cJ S hotel s to have a ;