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Jaefe Jen jwha draw. A Madd n sporting nod 14 be and loot- rt1strig ar. the pvjbjjo a real although regulations rry i nsequently mensejy to van wa4 the he spent nothing a i aftej a 1 wr a man- M escaped bf extreme all tbe didn't tnlss Other note- ttsourpr Joe Williata E. guard the crowd s u appear. a anajGas and black ttherwetgbt. red clad la kings from panled Jilnu a. appeared the disparity ood up and t mat William ree. and that ekeepfllr for Jllingswprth. I tth chVers. day a tbe I titmne4 and i gloves when small. They ITS wen up ok bunds. uldersi and ed EU inga. i were c lean- so far as OUB pj nine Ame war A all TM rried ped Fc sarty ring ac more i the at the body par- both and bit sflict an agh will out i tinti. and the in i lets eat and r end a c inch ilywin 1th no nel. I bis chei meay In land cth roua 1 and ercehit4 The confident a Uoua. ma worth wuck Im. in the up clambered her fighting declare the at it nut and ard. The ace- the of . fuse third day for the St. olds over thaj It was won bay colt Or. r and tn Lerevree bay colt Fea- commonest bird letting. forty met S Two ' bay one a ton. liamniomimFi aglas Baird's second. Lord Cataract third. en won bya ttlnst 3 to 1 st. Michael race for the year olds terprien wee olt Fresh- Westminster's Enterprise separated to 1 against uttfr. 2 to 1 and one-half irtera. It was. old bay colt. oid bay colt JHunyadys i- kltborp won by bird. Bettnw yonBlrdot 1 nte. I. SpeclaU y took place alf mile and 1054. ix beats when kitty lilb1h iwas nearly dis- by Freestone. tone the fifth three straight jS21 tt'- rice was woa i. beat the rec- i Franc ent will Intro- is Of bet- l race-courses IHiifa a round rbt. ir stte-scufl nIcyel bold last an avenue the ugca g tor tba naif anlozen r and U se any business. Bindred dollars taut legs. tinea of t p go Breed interrupt- will IA pinnia at Park. Then rbracIzLz tbj ell as a matca a pacing CQL Tards and ter. Itl p bas b a laid the respective e l3rodertc. i Sbercfla5 wi MnnouuoeOr A HATBIMONIAL DAY. WEDDL4GS OF WELI VN CHICAGO SOCIETY PEOPLE. Carriage at St. James Church or Sir. But- Jar and Alias Peabody by the Rev. Dr. Vlbbert air. l ongbrldge and Miss Harmon United. by the. Un. Dr. Goodwin- Other Happy Unions In This City and Elsewhere. The marriage ceremony of Mr. H. B. Butler formerly of New Vork and Miss. Harriet Joe- sie Feabody daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis B. Peabody. was solemnized last evenmg at St James Episcopal Church which was flied with ladles id gentlemen. At' put 7 o'clock ta preliminary. notes from the organ. announced the approach of the bridal party. The bride who entered the church leaning on tb arm of her fatherwas attended by six young ladies Miss Laura Hough tellnsr. Miss Alice Arnold. Miss Hammond Miss Farwell Miss laude and Miss Fannie Doane. At the chancel the groom Mr. Harmon Beardsley Butler joined his bride that was to be. Mr. F. E. Peabody. the brother of the bride acted as best man. The ushers were Mr. Arthur Byerson Mr. Frank Farwell Mr. IL B. Lamb Mr. Emerson B. Tilth Mr. Stuyvesant Jackson and Mr. Graf ton St. L. Abbott. Tha rector of. tbi church the flay. Dr. Vlb- lert officiated. The brile and her band of maids were at. tired In spotless white not even a flower wbJch bad presumed to blush Into color marred the harmonious whole. The brides was of white silk fashioned with simple elegance her flowers were lilies of the valley. The ladles accompauying her wore toilets of white muslin with bouquets of white carnation pinks. The style of architecture in thIs church. Its storied windows and Its picturesque altar make It a beautiful setting for a scene of this nature. From o till 10 a reception was held at the home of the brides parents. No. 428 Dearborn avenue. In the room under a canopy of white carnations and ferns Mr. and Mrs. Butler received the congratulations of their Zrlends Tha room. the room. and the lofty hall were thrown open to the guests. Tbe mantels were hidden under banks of flowers and the tables- and windows filled with them. till It seemed as if the month of June were holding- court there. The supper was served In the room under the supervision of Mrs. Ecksrdt. The bridal couple leave today for a rambling tonr and will spend the last part of th summer at Wlnnetas. The gifts were numerous. appropriate and costly. Amonr the many guests were MTSX lheckwith. Mr. and MrsCA Dana Mr. and Mrs. Henry Durkee the Misses Ryeraon Mr. and Mrs. Shomberger. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Yes. MaJ. Kirkland. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Sprague and Miss Sprague Mr. and Mrs. George Carpenter the Rev. Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Vlbbert the Bev Dr. Clinton Locke Miss Arnold Mils Georgia Wadsworth Mrs. A. W. Pond and Miss Pond Dr. and Mrs. Gardner Dr. and Mrs. MucArthur Miss Whitney. Mr. Thomas Cunningham and Miss Cunningham Mayor Hart-risen Mr. and Mrs. C. It. Larrabee Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Caton Mr. and Mrs. Towne Mr. end Mrs. Eddy. Mr. and Mrs. George L. Punlap Mrs. Orson Smith Mrs. OdeU and others. Charles Loughrldge and Amelia & liar mon. Miss Amelia M. Harmon daughter of Mr. John E. Harmon of the firm of 1. V. Farwell Co. and Mr. Charles Long-bridge son of the Eon. William Loughrldge of Iowa were united la marriage last evening at past 7 o'clock. The ceremony was performed at the First Congregational Church corner Ann and Washington streets by the Hev E. P. Goodwin D. D. Toe bride was preceded by Miss Lydia Mar- Simon who strewed flowers before the bridal party and accompanied by her- sister.- Miss Xat. Harmon Miss Mine of Pslnesvllle X Hiss Gregg and Miss Letton. The ushers were Mr. Frank Whitman Mr. Arthur Fanning Mr. I- a Balrd and Mr. F. H. Harmon. The wedding music was played by Mr.- Clarence Eddy. The reception was held at the home or Mr. and Sirs. John K. Harmon No. 74 Centre avenue. Tbe house and lawn were brilliantly Illuminated and the supper served by Eckardt n a pavilion temporarily erected on the lawn. A lot and a house built in the picturesque Queen Anne style completely furnished situated at Kenwood was the gift of the parents. of the bride and groom to the young couple. Among the other gifts were a mahogany chest containing 158 pieces of silver a solid silver tea set a sliver fish set of twenty-six nieces a chine set of 100 pieces besides innumerable pieces In silver brie-A-bran several paintings etchings and articles of furniture. Aoog the guests were Mr. S. M. Moore Prof and Mrs. BoardmanMr. and Mrs. Charles Morse. Mr. and Mrs. John. V. Fuwell Dr. and Mrs. Jiogue Mr. and Mrs. A. G. fowler Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Blatchiord Mrs. Lorujsr. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Keeney Mr. and Mrs. John p. Wilson Aid and Mrs. Tiedemann Prot med Mrs. ties. Miss Hannah of Traverse City Mr. and Mrs. Lunar Burr of Bloomington the Bev. Dr. and Mrs Goodwin Mr. and Mrs. C. B. srwell Mr. and Mrs. Vanarsdale the Misses tfoyes lioguc and Wilson. Lansing Jaeschke Mr. Mark Skinner Lansing and Miss Clotildo Lirion Jseschke. daughter of Mr. A. L. Jaescbke were quietly married yesterday at C30 at St. Junes' Episcopal Churb. The Rev. Dr. Vlbbert officiated. The bridal pair were Tubered by the brothers Their Messrs. Hammond EldrWge.- Clemens. and Holwy The bride wore a striking toilet of cream Canton tripe. with train of silk and bouquet of white roses. A private reception at the house of the brides parents follqwed at which only the relatives or the contracting parties were present. At S o'clock Mr. and Mrs. Lansing left for a trip through the North. They will receive their friends Informally In two weeks' time at their niw home No. 103 Loomis street. Helm Ambrose. Arthur a Helm for' many years chief clerk In the offlce of Capt. V AI. Egan was married kit trentag to Miss Belle Ambrose at the residence ot the brides sister. Ao. 1174 West Tay- lorstreet. Immediately after the ceremony the eon pie left fort Minneapolis On a brief veddtog tonr. Helming IHschoffi The wedding ot Ji E. Uennlng and Meta- tojhter of W. F. Blscboff. took place Wednes- 017 evening at the home of. the brides parents So. 207 Dearborn avenue. The fleughter of Secretary or State Demeut Is Wed by Edward Brown A Wisconsin lit June 10. Special. Gertrude May Dement eldest daughter of the Ron. II. D. Dement. Secretary of State u this evening united In marriage to Edward Browa the son or the Hon. C. C. Brown of the let. firm of Stewart. Edwards Brown. The e 4ing wee witnessed by a brillIant assem- J e of guests and occurred at the First wtfyterian Church. Dr. 1. A. Reed officiating. A ff action was held at the house of Seers- T Dement and the pair departed for Chi- cro to spend thein honeymoon. CHIPPEWA FALLS Wla Juno 10 Special. A notable wedding took place at 10 o'clock wii mornmg at the residence of L. IL Taft contracting parties being Miss Lottie On.- JoWandJA McBea. the son of Mayor it. The. couple will take a short tour IOWA'S IMPEACHMENT CASE. testimony of Witnesses rertalnlns to. the Official Actions of Ezaminer Vail The Salary of an Assistant. Morses la. June 10. In the Impeach- court today the time watpfcupled by the Mminattoa of Ii. Bennett cedar Rapids Grsfe of the Hawkeye Company Des Moines f AB Blerbeber of the Des Moines Insurance company. who testified as to the- ordinary Jtiue of examiners services 7. A. fi-anford His Assistant Examiner andj. Q. Andern. Secretary of the Council Bluffs Company. alort testified that Wall attempted to make Profit ot 3 per day by paying him 3 and jj-frrfngthe insurance company 5 per day S services also that Vail told him be paid amount withheld to Auditor Brown for rapalgn expenses although own told him t such WM not the case. Anderson's testimony bowed that Vail charged 800 for the BlnaHon of a young company that bad r In existence only about three years and Auditor Brown compelled the company w P y his charges which was done under protest. Delicate Diseases emwr sex however Induced promptly. MOrona-hly and permanently cured. Send 10 ats In stamps for large Illustrated treatise. orlds Dispensary Medical Association 683 aitrMt Buffalo Ny JOHN A. BINGHAML The Author of the Fourteenth Amendment An Interview with One Man In the Seventeenth Ohio District Who Says He Is Not a Candidate for Congress. CADIZ O. June 8. Cincinnati Engulf DemJ Cadiz Is built on. the slopes of sev eral elevations all closely connected and 1 a quiet arcadian spot where a poet might find a congenial trystlng place. On one of the principal streets I found a good- sized old-fashioned two-storied brick. the front fence torn away for repair and several' immense flagstones being substituted for oth era that had succumbed to the footsteps of time and humanity. A greensward with boomlng roses and bright geraniums flanged the broad entrance on either band and ex. tended back to the next street or alley plentl. fully shaded with fruit and forest trees. A ring at tha door-ball and the door was opened by a gentleman Just up to tha medium In stature with a well-knit frame slightly stooped. Around his neck from ear to ear. but showing the full outline of the firm jaw and chin was a fringe of beard just turning to a positive gray. A pair of gold-bowed spectacles were pushed up from his pretty clearly defined Roman nose high upon Ills forehead which a section of coincident baldness had ex tended back to the bump of self-esteem.- This was John A. Blugbam ox-Congressman Ex- Minister- Plenipotentiary and Envoy extraor- dlnsry to Japan and- inc beta noire of the other Congressional candidates in the Seventeenth District. me in. come in. was bis cheery welcome. Entering his library- he launched off about books on poetry philosophy polite literature and the like until I began to despair of getting him down to ttaa object of my visit. Finally I caught Situ on the wing so to speak and asked him What is therein the current report that you are a candidate for Congress Why bleu you my dear sip nothing. But I hear your name spoken of all over the district. My friends were very kind to be sure. They have written to mo from all parts of the district from different. parts of' the State and from points outside of the State and I have been called on personally to again enter Congress but my. answer has been invariably the same that I served the public one way and another for thirty years during the strength of my days and I desire to live the lute of a private citizen. Just thine of it I was elected to Congress first In 1854 and it is less than a year ago since I returned from Japan. Still. I am reliably Informed that a numerously-signed memorial address Is being prepared a sort of mass call of the people of the district for you to reSntor Congress. Sup. pose that comes to hand how will you treat It Well when a man once enters public life he Is In a sense public property and his private wishes. must give way to the publics demands. That is one of the penalties you have to pay for putting the delights of private life away from you even for. a period. But you' see I am not a candidate for Congress and this talk about it is not apropos. But suppose this public call comes If it does come and see me and we will. talk tbe matter over. I had been told that Mr. Dingbarn was a po lltlcal foslU and lived only In. the memories of' the War period and fed upon the animosities of the conflict. With a view of calling him. out I led the conversation so as to bring up a discussion of the War issues. As If anticipat ing my object Mr. fliughamnsaid Tbe Civil War belongs to the domain of history not to the realm of discussion. There are a good many of tue historical points to be settled yet the principles Involved have al ready oeen determined. As we get away from them. and derive the- benefits of the triumph or the Constitution and the Constitutional Government we begin to see things in a better and clearer light. And by the way. a friend. has just sent mo a copy of the Memphis Avalanche containing an editorial reference to me in which tile editor says that BlnghCtn was too great a man and statesman to have taken the part be did in the revolution of the Government. That is the substance of his re mark not his exact words. Now the fact is I do not regret the part I took on the side of the Government in its hour of danger and never wilL I'm rather proud of It. I my have committed some errors of judgment but never an intentional error. The fact is. my. friend that no man' need be ashamed of his patriotism. Times may change and mutations follow each other but a mans acts or patriotism never vies up to make him ashamed or paint his children's cheeks with a biush. But the words of tbe Memphis editor do no stir my Indignation. At this moment they recall one historical fact In connection with the reconstruction period never yet made public. The seal of secrecy was on It for yearsbut now U may be removed. I refer to the formulation oh the fourteenth amendment to. tee Constitution of the United States or rather the first section of the Fourteenth Article. That section secured to the people of all sections their rights and their Immunities In the South as wel as in the North.- Under. It as soon as adopted Gen. Lee was as safe as Gets. Grant the citizen of South Carolina as safe as the citizen of Ohm. It was not. secured with. out a struggle that the world knows nothing of. wrote the section myself. with the exception of the concluding clause. The Joint committee. in secret session rejected it over and over again but I took the ground that It' must go In whether the committee embodied It In its report or not. As a matter 01 fact it did not come as a part of the committees report out It was incorporated in the article and saved tbe rights 01 every citizen. There were' those who did not propose that this barrier should be erected to stand in the way of what amounted to not bin but vengeance. If you will study that section and take in its full liii' port applying it to all times and all circum. stances what it did for the South at that particular period can be appreciated. There were musts from the South on the joint commit. tee who understood all about this matter but even they were' not permitted to break the seal of secrecy and It It to their people. Now it needs no explanation. Shortly after the article was adopted I spoke in New Orleans. Serins Memphis and other places explaining this particular point as Tar as propriety permitted. At Memphis the Democratic State Convention adjourned to hear me speak and attended in a body. When I bad finished a leading Democrat came on the stand took me or the hand. and thanked me for bis people. and said that he could see the road to recon. dIlation and fraternity open before the country. We have traveled along that road ever. since. There may have been some- ruts and chuck holes and fallen timber at times but the journey has been continuous. The. road' behind us is not to be traveled again except In historical expeditions to see that all the bear- lngs are kept exact Jdr. Bine ham then suddenly branched off and told me of his residence in Japan bow the European diplomats tried to inveigle him Into' entangling alliances and conspiracies against the' British nation and how he kept out of them. and tried to preserve the individuality of me great Republic about his return and his interview with President Cleveland expressing the belief- that the President would stick close to the line laid Gown In Washing tons farewell address. Mr. Blngbams face glowed as he spoke and his eyes shone as brightly as youths And thll was the fossil 1 bad beard ot Why. I had at last found a statesman one of the few whose youth-is perpetual whose lamp burns at brightly at four. score U at 40. I bad found others who lived neither in the past the present nor the future except to look long- inalv for honor and preferment- while here was a man who. while declining to. be spoken of to connection with a high office showed In every word his' immeasurable superiority and A good many people have asked me bow Mr. Blngnam is physically. He Is pow 68 perhaps. Re is hale and hearty and is evidently rood for' ten years of hard work. Tie expresses a preference' to do it here at home. I have- been all over this country except a little strip of the Northwest and-Alaska and also In Europe. said Mr. Bingbam but nowhere navel found' any place so beautiful as the JrWa hills of Harrison County. W. A. T. CHUBCHASD SDNDAYscHOOL The Minnesota Episcopal Dioces lo. Sunday-School Convention. MISVXAPOLIS Minis. June 10 Special The annual council of the Episcopal Diocese of Minnesota opened in this city yesterday and dosed this evenmni- The Rev. M. N. Gilbert Christ's Church. St. Paul as elacudassistant toTBishop Wblppla at a salary of 3WO a year. The nut years council will beheld at Fart- UOSKALOOSA. la Juno Tbe state Sunday-School Convention closed Its see nnthls evening. Officers were chosen for the S EW th" Oaraof darinda asr president. SALE OF PHOSPHATE WA On- June 10. lSpeclal1 Tbe first sale of ground phosphate for the American market bas just been roads here. 8. T. Fran- rtot or Tie Union Phosphate Mining Company- of BuckffiVbamna Just sold to Chicago firm 10000 WHS. AMONG. THE RAllROADS. THE PASSENGER. RATE WAR BETWEEX THE ST. PAW. AND ROCK ISLAND Growing Fiercer Every Day A Knotty Question A Kansas Contest Which Uas Caused Big Losses Must Go Back to Double-Deck Car Consolidation or the Toledo. Cincinnati St. Louis An In- crease In Milwaukee Earnings Construc tion in Kansas Other Notes. The passenger war between the Mtlwsukee& St. Paul and the Chicago. Bock Island Pacific' received a new impetus yesterday both roads striking out from the snoulder almost simultaneously. The Rock Island made a sate of 425 first-class Chicago to St. Paul and Minne spells when the war first broke out and thi Milwaukee St. Paul made a similar rate from' Chicago to Council Bluffs. But the Bock Island continued to charge 7 to Council Bluffs and the Milwaukee. St. Paul and the other Northwestern roads persisted lit charging S10 first-class- and 1425 second-class to St. Paul. The latter no doubt thought that with their' fast trains they would continue to get a full share of the business at the higher rate against the Rock Islands Albert Lea route at tbe lower rate. But they wert wrong in' their. calculations. It appears that the Rock Islands business to St. Paul d Minneapolis has Im ulenaeiy increased on account of the' low rate and the business of the St. Paul decreased correspondingly. In order to change this. condition of affairs tbLmldllwaukee St. Paul. last evenmg ordered a reduction in the rate trom Chicago to St. Paul and. Minneapolis to 125 first-class the same as charged by' the Bock lal- andl Orders were also issued that rates from. foreign roads or points on Its line to points beyond St. Paul end Minneapolis be based upon the rate of 4 25 to St. Paul. it- is quite cer tain that the Northwestern Road will adopt rue same rates. In addition to the above action the Milwaukee St. Paul dealt the Hock Island another blow by reducing the rate to Rock Island from Chicago to 53 which is about one. half the regular rate. About" the same time the Milwaukee St. Paul or dered the above reduction in rates the Rock Wend or rather its St. Paul outlet the Minneapolis St. Louis hit out from the shoulder by reducing the rate from St. Paul and Minneapolis to Chicago to t25 first-class the same rate as made morn Chicago to St. Paul. Heretofore the war had been kept confined to the west-bound business from Chicago only but hereafter it will be prose. cute with equal vigor on the east-bound bus- ness from St. Paul and Minneapolis. The rate from St. Paul up to this time waslil first-class and S second-class. The Milwaukee St. Paul has not yet met the 425 rate from St. Paul to Chicago hut will no doubt do so within a day or two. The Rock Island and all the other roads ex cept the Milwaukee & St. Paul continue to charge 7 flrst-clasa on business to Council Bluffs and they will probably. stick to this rate unless the Milwaukee St. Paujshould go still. lower. than the 425 rate. The local business to Council Bluffs and Omaha is cot large and they co afford to let the Milwaukee & St. Paul have the bulk of it. On business west of the Missouri River tire Rock Island and all the other roads meet the Milwaukee St. Paul rate. Further developments in the fight are expected today. A Knotty Question. Messrs. Hugh Riddle E. PVinlng ano E. f Thomas the arbitrators to decide certain disputed points in the contract between- the Southern Pacific and Atlantic Pacific Atebi- son. Topeka Santa F regard in the' bus- ness of the latter from Mojave to San Francis. cjp met it the Grand Pacifio Hotel yesterday to consider the arguments submitted by the two companies. The Atcblson Topeka & Santa F 5 and Atlantic Paciflo were represented by Vice-president C. W. Smith and the Southern Pacifio by Traffic Manager J. C. Stubbs and- General Passenger Agent Thomas Goodman. The representatives of those companies made no oral arguments relying upon the written arguments they had previously submitted and after answering some questions of the arbi. trators regarding points in the arguments which were not quite r-ciear they retired. The principal point to be decided by the arbitrators is whether the Atlantic Pacific Atctil. son. Topeka Santa F is to pay the Southern' Pacific on business from Mojave to San Francisco the proportion of the tariff or cut rates. The contract says that the former is to pay to the latter the proportion of establ sbed rates. The Santa Fe claimed that this meant whatever rates might be' in force while the Southern Pacific Interpreted it to mean full proportion of regular tariff rates. If the Sou tne rn Pacific position isdectded to be correct the Santa Pd Atlantic 4. Pacific will have to pay that road a large amount or money on' account of business carried during the transcontinental- war. Business up to a short time ago was taken. tor almost nothing and the proportion of the tariff rate from Mojave to San Francisco would amount to a great deal more than the Santa Fd and Atlantic Pacifla received for the entire distance from the Missouri River to San Francisco. The arbitrator were in session until a late hour last evening without coming to a conclusion. They meet again- today but it is not believed that their derision will be announced until some time next week. A Contest Which Has Caused Big Losses. The roads Interested in the Emporia and Central Kansas live stock and deadfrelght business have been engaged in a big fight for some time put which not only caused serious losses to the roads immediately Interested the Atcbison Topeka Santa Fe. Missouri Pacific d St. Louis San Francisco but also to the. various roads in the Southwestern Railway Association. Commissioner Midgley of. the Southwestern Railway Association has gone to St. Louis to attend a meeting of the representatives of the above roads for the purpose' of maklnc an effort to settle the war by' the formation of a pool on that business. Those roads in connection with a few others interested In the Texas cattle business' formed. a pool on this traffic about three weeks ago. and it Is believed that a pool on the Emporia Wichita and Central Kansas business can also be formed uow without much difficulty. Will Have to Go Back to the Double-Deck Car System. Some months ago tue roads loading west and northwest from this city adopted a resolution to discontinue taking sheep shipments in double-deck cars. The reason assigned for the action by the railroads was that sheep ship ments In double-deck cars were uuremunera- tlve because these cars cannot be returned loaded. The sheep raisers and shippers In the Northwest made an energetic protest against that action claming that to ship in singie deck cars at the rates charged would ruin their' business. The Northern Pacific Hallway Com patsy took sides with the cattle raisers and refused to put on single-deck cars tut continued to ship sheep in double-deck cars. This put its St. Paul connections to such inconvenience that they went back one after. another to the old. double-deck car system tha Minnesota Northwestern and Illinois Central taking the Initiative. The Western and South. western roads however nave adhered to the single-deck car sjstem up to this time but the indications are that they wm also have to go back to the old system before many days have elapsed. The sheep raisers in Texas and the Far West claim that their business is completely ruined by the action of the railways and they are unable to sell their sheep in this' market on account of the blab cost of. transportation In single-deck cars. The Western sheep-raisers are jacked up by the yards at Kansas City. St. Louis and Chicago. The railroads have at last agreed to meet with the representatives of the yards at Chicago St Louis and Kansas City. In tb city next Saturday to talk over the matter and to see what can be done to rectify the evils complained of. Some OS the Western roads are still strongly opposed to iroing back to the dou ear sr stem especially tba lines its the Southwestern Ball- way Association. But the Illinois Central has decided to make the concessions demanded by the sheep raisers and put on double-deck cars between Cairo and Chicago. The Illinois Ceo- trat people say that after having put on doe. bie- J Ck cars from the Northwest it can see no reason why it should not do lb. same on Its Western lines. This determination on the part of the Illinois Central will no doubt corn- Del the otner Western roads to make UM change to tbe double-deck system as otherwise ship- menta of sheep from Texas would all go via Cairo. U the railroads make the concession dnmanded of them the Yards promise to reduce their charges for yardage so as to help tta beep raisers. The Train-Dispatcher Adjourn Their Con. yeiittoi5. The Train-Dispatchers' Convention yester day reversed to a pertain extent. the action of Wednesday afternoon on the constitution. It' was determined to admit no person to member- slip rho had not had two years' active expIri- dice as a train-dispatcher on some surface road and was not at the time of his application In active railroad service. Provisions were in I in the constitution for the control ot local branch organizations which it- was determined to recognize. The 3 Initiation f e of the National association was abolished and 3 fixed upon as annual dues from each member of every local branch to the National association. It was also provided that local. branches should send delegates to the annual convention. A committee was appointed to draft resolutions of thankS for courtesies exit nodal hi citizens and corporations of Chicago and another committee was appointed to so licit aid from members for tbe destitute family of U. D. Hill of Conneaut. O deceased formerly a member. The convention adjourned to visit the Board of Trade. At the afternoon session two new members were elected. The resolutions of thanks reported by tha committee appointed in the forenoon were read and adopted The following persons were elected as officers President G. W. Babbitt. Michigan Central Si Thomas. Ore Vice-President Frank 1. Martin. Buffalo. New York It Philadelphia. Clean N. V. Secretary and Treasurer E. J. Peabody Milwaukee St. Paul Marion la. Executive Committee. A. E. Bougbner. A. A. Zion J. B. McCormick V. W. W. I. Allen L H. McEwen. E. AJmlth A New Outlet for Dakota Wheat. ABERDEEN Dak. June 10. Specialj At last Aberdeen seems sure of getting a direct route to Duluth. From the notes of the surveyors It Is plaits that the new line will run northeast from here striking a point on either. the Manitoba or Northern Pacific Roads probably Fergus Falls Mlnn as Eastern people are interested to some extent In the roads success and the greater part of the stock will be held here A general citizens' meeting was he'd here lust evening. It is proposed to bond Aberdeen for 30000 thus securing the building of the road. It this road is built the wheat crop will hereafter find a better market and an Increase of four to five cents per bushel at Duluth. The name of the new company is the Aberdeen Pierre Fergus Falls Hallway with headquarters at Aberdeen. The Toledo. Cincinnati St. Louis Lines Consolidated. CHARLESTON HL June 10. Special. G. IL Quigley representing the old bondholders S. B. Kneeland. purchaser and R. G. soil attorney met here today and consolidated the different lines of the Toledo Cincinnati St. louts Railroad between Toledo and St. Louis under the name of the Toledo St. Louis Rants. City Railroad Company. Directors are named In the act of consolidation and will. meet again In Toledo June 19 to elect officers. An Extension Graded. D Kas. June 10. [ Special I The grading on the Florence Eldorado Walnut Valley Railway extension from Douglass Kas. to this place is completed and the track will to laid as soon as the bridres are ready for tha rails. This is a off on the Atchison. To peka Santa F6 Texas line from Kansas City to Galveston. Milwaukee St. Paul Earnings. MILWAUKEE Wls June 10. Special. The Milwaukee St. Paul Railways earnings for the first week in June. 486000 were a gain of f 20100 as compared with the corresponding week in 1885. General Notes. Next Saturday the Milwaukee St. Paul will- run its trains leaving here at 3 o'clock and 6 O'clock p. m. through to Ocouomowo without change. Commencing with Sunday Jnne 13 and until' further notice. No. 10 Philadelphia express on the Pennsylvania system will arrive at New York at 7:10 a. m. instead of 730 a. m. as at r resent and No. e Eastern express will arrive t 7:30 a. m. Instead of 8:40 a. m. EDUCATIONAL MATTERS. Opening of the Commencement Exercises of the University of Chicago Program at the Morgan Park Military Academy. The opening of the program of the com. ziencoment exercises of the University of Chicago took place last night at Memorial Baptist Church Oakwood boulevard ziar Cottage Grove avenue. The church was well crowded and received Rabbi R G. Hlrscb of Sinai Tem tie warmly. The assemblage was composed in tie main of the literary societies of the university and the rabbi delivered a fine address on the. different forms ot education tbe practical classical etc. defending the latter. The program for the rest of the week will be as follows Sunday. June 13. the baccalaureate. sermon by President George C. Lorimer at the Immanuel Baptist Church at 11 a. m. Monday the graduating exercises of the year class of the preparatory department at the First Baptist Church at 8 p. m. Tuesday class- day exercises of the senior class field-day con tests annual meeting of the Board of Trustees In the University parlor at 3:30 and the literary exercises and banquet of the Alumni As. sociatlon at the Palmer In the evening Wednesday addresses of the. graduating class at Central Hall at 10 a. nu. and gradual- Insr. exercises of the College of Law. distribution or prizes and conferring of reel at I . in. In the same halt The fourteenth annual closing exercises of the Morgan Park Military Academy took place It the. academy yesterday afternoon. The corps of about fifty cadets met the invited guests at the d pot and escorted them to the grounds. The exhibition and competitive drill was held on the lawn. Cadet Charles H. Sy- moods taking the gold medal as tile drilled" cadet. The. guests then repaired to the drill- nail which was tastily draped for the occasion and listened to the essays declamations and' music furnished by the cadets. The declama. tJon by Cadet Seryt. R. W. Emerson Inlfal1s was particularly fine and he was awarded' the elocutionary medal. The essays by the three Kraduates Cadet Capt. Walter S. Harder. Cadet bent John B. Drunle. and Cadet Meut. Hugh A. Colder were more- than creditable. Mr. Marder' spoke of Manual Training Mr. Brunjes of The Danger Unrestricted Immigration and Mr. Colder of Labor Strikes. The Cadet Glee Club sang in fine style. The manual- training department was thrown open for in spection the tools and product of the boys' labor in the shop and room being on exhibition. The judges Or the military drill Were Capt. Ford of the Chicago Zouaves Lieu iimry or the First Regiment and LieutBui idiot Battery D on declamations and essays. she Rev. Drs. Sane Ruribut and Smith of Morgan Park. The medals were awarded to the following cadets Essays. Cadet Llent. Hugh A. Golden elocution. Cadet Sergt. R. V. Emerson logaUs drill. Cadet Charles II. Symonds attendance. Cadet lJeut John B. Brunjes deportment. Cadet Cor. oral William P Juergens physical science Cadet Corporal Joseph F. Felsenheld manual training. Cadet Rollin A. Munger. scholarship Cadet Limit. Hugh A. Colder penmanship Ca- tet Joseph F. Leopold. After the presentation or the medals and diplomas the cadets and guests took the 8 Po . train for the city. THE IOWA FIREMEN. Progress of the State Tournament at. Du- bnqne Dyersvllle Wliton and Council IUufra Prize Winner Yesterday. DtJBCQn Is. June 10. SpeciaLl The attendance at the State Firemen's Tournament today was augmented by fresh arrivals of com. pettns firemen and a large influx of visitors. An equal number of people were never In the City before. The first contest was for b ana- engines. It was won by the Dyersvllle lied Jacket Company. It is 150 cash sod the championship of the State. The Red Jackets threw a stream 196 feet 8 inches. The second contest wis for hook and ladder companies for nest Un a man on top or the' ladder. 150 and the State belt. It was won by the Wlltons of ton Junction. Time 48. seconds. The Hunters of Independence took second prize in 49 seconds. The next contest was for the best hose run of :00 yards nttach to hydrant lay. 100 yards or- hose. break coupling and attach play pipe ISO. It was won by the Bluff cup of Council Bluffs Um 433 seconds. The A. R. Smiths of Usn- ton took the second prize in 4 seconds and the Clipper hose of Cedar Rapids were third. the Woodburys of MarsbaUtown fourth II. pins of Union fifth. Sawyers of Iowa City sixth. Hurst. of Maquoketa and Independence of Davenport seTeuth and elf hth. CROPS OF THE COUNTRY. REPORT OF TUB g or AGRICULTURE FOR JUNE. It Show No Decrease In Acreage for Spring Wheat and an Increase in Condition Winter Wheat Acreage Reduced Two Points Of Rye. liar Icy and O u the Condition Is Uetter An Increase In Cotton Acreage' and a Decrease In Condi- tlon Crops In the Northwest. WASHINGTON. D. CL June 10. Special. The Department of Agriculture in Us June report snakes the area of spring wheat neatly the same as last year. about 12010000 acres. There 1 an Increase pf sixth of last years breadth In Dakota a decrease In Nebraska and a small reduction In Minnesota' and Wisconsin. The minor spring wheat districts show a small advance. The Increase of area in Dakota Is due mainly to settlement and the necessity of ready money for improvements and somewhat to last years unsatisfactory flax product in Southern Dakota. The effect of low prices of wheat has. been counteracted by toe superior rate of yield of recent years. The condition of spring wheat averages psi against 97 in June 01 last year. Wisconsin 87 Minnesota 99 Iowa. 100 XeDraska97 Dakota 99 Washington. 100. Winter wheat Is' not quite so promising as on the first' or Mar. A slight decline in condition is reported in the West and the low condition of tile Southern crop Is still more reduced. Yet. the' average Is only reduced two points from 49 to 937. It is still from average to high in the treat wheat-producing states. In New York it is not tiller-leg as in years of strong root growth. It is very promising in Maryland and Virginia except la wet lands. la the South It has been Oted with rust shriveling the grain harvested. There' has been injury from droutit In Texas from rains and foods in Ohio. and hailstorms in Missouri. The prospect is good for a small fraction above twelve bushels per acre. Rye has also declined from a general average of 957 to 944 during the last month. The. barley acreage has been. increased 3 per cent and condition averages 100. against 89 last. year in June. The' large' acreage of oats in 1885 has not been extensively Increased. It has been slightly reduced In' Kentucky and Ohio where tile area was abnormal last year. The-increase will approach half million acres. The condition averages' nearly 96. against III in 1885 and 98 in 1884. It Is. highest en of the Alleltbenles and a little below full condition in the South and West. The tendency. to an increase in area of cotton has been checked in the Eastern States of the cotton belt. Returns show a slight reduction in South Carolina Georgia and Alabama. The more Western States. In which settlement and farm extension have been active exhibit some Increase mainly In Texas. The' net increase is about 250000 acres an advance of IS" per cent. The record. stands Virginia 99 North Carolina 100 South Carolina. II Georgia 98 Florida. 103 Alabama. 99 Mississippi 103 Louisiana. 103 Texas 107 Arkansas 103 Tennessee 101. The condition of the crop is lower than in 1885. averaging S&7 against 92 last year. It Is lower in seven Sates and higher in North Carolina. Florldalexa and Tennessee. The State averages re Virginia 95 Noith Caro Un. 97 South Carolina 83 Georgia. 82 Florida 97 Alabama. 87 Mississippi 88 Louisiana 85 Texas Arkansas S3Tennes- see 99. Heavy rains have caused damage' In Georgia. and drouth was threatening in Texas broken since by refreshing rains. The stand has been Irregular. hut has been practically remedied by replanting. ISDIASAPOLIS lui June 10. Special. Reports are received here on the condition June 1 of crops and livestock In Ohio Indiana. and Illinois. During Mar local storms river floods and tool nights have in some instances and localities damaged the growing crops and' retarded the Lb of the corn plant. From the reports it is shown that in several localities the wheat-fly has appeared and is dome damage to the plant. The number Of counties in Indiana reporting the condition of the wheat plant at 100 is tdirty against two May' 1 and the same date last year eight coup. ties. So it is en that while storms floods ana injuries by fly have lowered the condition to some extent it Is still much better than at the same date last year. In a' le\1' localities replanting corn is reported. due to either bad seed floods or other local causes. The pen- seal outlook is thus far good.- Local storms in both iho western and northern. sections de. stroyld small areas. of growing wheat oats and corn. anti necessitated replowlng and plant- lug to spring crops. The summary Is' as follows Wheat Indiana Per rent of condition 88 same date last year 61. Ohio Per cent of condition. 92 same date last year. 74. Illinois Per cent of condition UU same date last year 59. Corn The report is only upon the area planted for' the year although reporters generally say that the condition t t the plant in the early plant. Itlg is good. Indiana Area pr tent of a full crop. 153 last year. Jot Ohio. Area. 97 last year 109. Illinois Area. 98 last year 110. Oats Indiana Condition 05 last year. 95. Ohio Condition last year 92. Illinois Condition 83 last year Hay Indiana condition clover 93 timothy 89 against 8 and 151. last year. Ohio. clover 87 timothy 92 against 83 and Srt last year. Illinois clover 89 and timothy 91 against J and 97 last. year. The following shows the per cent of condition' of other crops Indiana. Ohio. Imo Flax H 87 Apples. l W 87 Rye 92 Barley. Si 7 Horses 97 98 Cattle. 98 97 16 HOBS. 94 w vo Sheep 97 III 91 Smallfruits 98 97 99 WICHITA. Kas June 10. Special. Reports from tile Sine of tile Atchison Topeka Santa Ft Hallway as far west as Dodge City covering the Counties of Sedgwlc Harvey. Reno. Rice Pawnee. Edwards and Ford. are received today. The Upper Arkansas Valley is needing rain. The oat crop is light. with snort straw on account of Orouth Onset is green and abundant. Wheat is a fair' crop though the straw is snort from' a dry spring and freezing winter. The acreage of corn la very large and this crop was never in t etter condition at this season of the year. The Arkansas River is full and the sub-irrigation of. this stream is of great vantage to the valley. Fruit will. be fairly abundant. Fences FALLS Mints. June 10. Specialj The prospects for the whet crop in this count have greatly improved during the last week. owing to needed rain. In many sections rain' is yet needed. and in some localities the wheat crop is Irretrievably ruined. About three-quarters of the usual crop it expected. BEDFORD. Is. June 10. Special. The last week has been excellent' for corn. Oats are also doing well. The yield of strawberries' has beer extraordinary In. this country and all the principal small fruits have yielded abundantly. WONEWOC Wis. June 10. Special. It la We driest time here for. many years. Every kind of vegetation is suffering for want of rain 1EAYIXG THEIR ALMA MATER. Graduating Exercises at Knox College.- Commencement at. the Galena German- English School. r.sanna ill. June 10. SpecIaL The exercises of Knox College commencement closed today with thO graduating exercises at the opera-house. President Dtemnl annual report showed the college to be in a healthy financial condition. The interestbearlng fund has increased 14000 during the year while there has been a decided increase in the number ot students fleriry Ayres of Peoria Josiah Dab the Rev. O. A. Williams of Gslesburr and MaJ. B. W. McClaugbrey of Joliet were elected members of the Board of Trust. President liateman was authorized to correspond with the Secretary of War in re genii to the appointment of a successor to Lteut. S. a Mills who left. for- his new post at Fort Marion. Fin- yesterday. Dr. nteman delivered the baccalaureate ser mon. The graduating exercises were of un usual excellence and. were listened to by a large audience ncludtns many alumni from abroad. The graduating class numbers thirty- GAUIU lit. June The eighteenth annual graduating exercises of the German-English College in this city took niece today at Turner Hall M re a large audience. The salutatory was delivered by IL a Hess of t tTcass of 1884. sad U valedictory by George Hlllmer of Woodbine lll. Certificates were awarded to twenty-three commercial. three normal. three academic and one collegiate course graduates. The students lid alumni of the German-English College held a recep tion this evening at Turner Hall. CARUiviuiT III June A large audience was In attendance upon the commencement exercises ofJ WamgoU vertity at the SC today. The class oX comprises fifteen members and ranks favorably with any. of It predecessors. PsxTos HL. June 10 Tne eighth annual commencement of the Paxton Hlllh School was held St I. Hall this erenia seven students graduating. tfEOlf THE NORTHWEST. Unlucky Leap of a Man front Train A Mysterious Disappearance Solved Joliet Manufactories Michigan Doctors Other Notes. IteiixJiPORT HL June 10. Special1 Marion Litnerlsnd a wealthy farmer living near St. Prancistthe desiring to return from Olpey an4 missing tire return tralnhe bribed at brakeman to let him ride In a ox-car to Law. reccevllle. Here he sprang front the moving car just at a street-crossing alighted on his bead and bounded over a wire fence five feet high into a ditch. Here be was found by some boys several hburs later. He Is. paralyzed below the neck and his recovery is Impossible although be U conscious. DECATUR. Ill. June 10. Special. Maj. V HjElwood for nine- years connected with the Fifth Ufgiraent of' the tale militia and Miss Minnie Brook were married at the brides hope tonight. by the Bev W. IL Musgrove of Springfield. A large company was pro-cut. JOUET. lit. June 10. Special. The ntis tery surrounding the disappearance of little Emma Werner was cleared ujvtals morning by the discovery of the body floating on the sur. face of a cesspool in the rear of a neighboring residence. Aj postmortem examination revealed the fact that alt the physical organs were Intact and that there were no evidences of external violence. It is supposed tha girl went into the yard to get some flowers and accidentally loll. into the cesspool and drowned. Four new industries have been added to Joliet's manufacturing enterprises The Joliet Struwbrldve Seeder Coxpany. the Cooolla.t- Wire Company. the Calais Manufacturing Company and the United Wire Camps- uyi The latter la a pool In which all tile barbwire manufacturers in the country have joined except those of Pituburg' end Buffalo to protect the trade. It U anti The StrowbrldllO Seeder Company has a capital of 150000 and the Consolidated Wire Company a capital of 200000 combining a bill' wire-drawing plant and au extensive wire factory. SHELBTVILLK HL Jnne 10. Special. I The Shelbyville Water. Company started its pumps yesterday for the first time' anti filled the stand-pipe and today tested the power. Everything worked well. The city has agreed to say 3000 a year for water rates. JACKSOV Mictu July 10. Special At today's meeting tit the Michigan State' Medical Society in session here charges of unprofes cloud conduct were preferred against Dr. Kellogy of the. Battie e Creek Sanitarium. These charges were brought before the Clhoun County Medical Association at its last session and were not sustained. The Judicial Committee to whom the matter was referred said the. subject was outot their jurisdiction alter the doctors acquittal by the County Association. BATTLE CHEEK Jllcd- June 10. SpociaU James B. Angell President of Michigan tint. vesity at the clo e of hit address to' the graduates of the public schools this evening was tendered a social banquet by the university alumni at this place. LANSING Micir. June 10. ISpecJaLl Near 11' 00 members and exmembers 01 Michigan Legislatures assembled in Ueprelentatlves' Hall this morning to beam a two-days session of the first State legislative reunion with ex- oTAlpbeul Folch. President-of of the assocla. tion. in the chair. The visitors. were welcomed by' Gov. Alger. The' program consisted or music and addresses by noted visitors among them Culled States Senators Palmer and Conger and United States Senator Thomas W. Ferry. DECATUR. Ind June 10. Special. Messrs. WoodLongenbergerand Be rryprominent citizens of this puce. have leased the Adams County fair grounds of the County Commissioner for. the next seven years. This will as- sure the success of agricultural fairs for some time to come. W ABASH Inil- June 10. f Special. I The Wabash Works Company organized last fall by l8eW. thorn of Philadelphia for the construction of a system of works in this city. is said to be in a state of utter' collapse. A suit in attachment was filed today by Thomas Bridges a local contractor for wore performed onf the stand-pipe for 14000. Half a dozen similar actions will be un tomorrow. MINERAL POUT. Win. June 10. SpeclaL The seventh annual reunion of the Veterans' Association of Southwestern Wisconsin closed- today. Crowded excursion trains arrived from Brodhead Lancaster. and Alad son and by. noon fully 3500 people bad arrived. Twelve hundred veterans were present. Capt. C. U. Darter was reS ected President of the associa. tion for the seventh time. MILWAUKEE HATiERS. Grand Lodge Election of. the F. A. 31. ittiste Of Wisconsin Only Two Indicted' ltiotrs at Large. MILWAUKEE Wisn June 10. Special. Delegates to the Grand Lodge F. & A IL Stataof Wisconsin completed their labors today and adjourned. The new constitution as prepared by Cot. Bouch of Oshkosh was adopted. The matter of establishing an orphan asrlum for children of deceased Ma sons was avain discussed and referred. The new officers elected this afternoon and Installed this evening are Eugene S. Elliot Milwaukee Most- Worshipful Grand Master E. 1. Fart Eau Claire Deputy Grand Master It. G. Shep- aril lilpon. Senior Grand Warden John Itatheaun Elk born. Junior Grand Warden F. L. von Suessmilcb. Delavan Grand Treasurer J. W. Laflinv Milwaukee Grand Scene. tary Mvron Reed Waupacs. Grand Trustee M. L. Lorlngs Milwaukee. Grand' Lecturer- W. E. Wright Wan. sau. Grand Chaplain A. J. Wallace Durand Grand Marshal W H. Hughes. Madison. Grand Sword bearer P. A. Herzog Haclne Grand Senior Deacon S. H. ILChunr. Fond du Lao Junior Deacon W. Ii. Clark Hum bold U and Aaron Kribbs Galesville Grand Stewards J. E. Lyon. Beaver Dam. Grand Pursuivantt Duncan Mcliregor Platteville Chairman Fl- nance Committee Leonard Barrett Milwaukee Grand Tiler. The enforcement of Milwaukee's unmuz zled shooting" ordinance was resumed today with disastrous effect to the canine family. It Is announced that John Siegertjt. and F. Vonderheldi are the only two men against whom indictments were returned by tha grand Jurywblcn Investigated the recent. cases of riot and whO have not been arrested. The former who is a brother to Mayor Wallbers wife is believed to have left the Mate. Moe Harris a second-band store span was held for trial today the police department having found his establishment to be one of the most troublesome fences" for thieves that the city possesses. In the ease tor which he Is held receiving and concealing stolen property good evidence of this fact is bad. John C. S. Hamilton. United States Mar. shal was stricken with apoplexy while boarding a train for Chicago and is. now- in a critical condition. lie was a West Point classmate of the late Gets. Grant and entertained the General when the latter visited the City six years ago today. Mayor Wallber departs for Boston tomorrow as a to the. National Convention of Turners. MICHIGAN'S LATEST TRAGEDY. An Adrian Man Murdered at UellTllle Ills Former Companion Suspected of the Crime. ADRLLx Mich. June 10. Special. Investi gauon develops the fact that the man found murdered at Be Iville last Friday was Bud Moore of this City. Moore left. here May 28. to go to Tecumseh in company with Billy Ar. nold Jr. going from there to Detroit. Arnold was seen with Moore on two occasions up to June 3 the day preceding the finding of Moore's body. He subsequently- went to weUs and has probably ere this time been captured as Detroit detectives were here' today in pursuit. Arnold Is the son of an ex- policeman and has been imprisoned for sundry minor offenses. H Is now suspected of 'complicity In the burglary of Postmaster Stearns' residence May 25. Moore was about 51 years old. A CHICAGO STRIKER KILLED. HASSIBAL Mo June 10. ISpeclai. James McMabon. while attempting to steal a ride on a f train this morning was' thrown under the engine and crushed to death. He strived' from Chicago yesterday where be figured in the hour strike. The body will be buried here. MARINE NOTES. Cleveland. O. June 10. Arrived Montana Buffalo. merchandise John 5 Glidden Ashtbais light. 1. it- tarwelU Asbtabnla. light- it P. tUuner. Atbtatrata. tight. Cleared Moo Una Chicago. m r- ebtndl r Henry Chiaholns. Erie light rtxvTre Spencer. Dnlatb rallruml iron Oregon. Marquette light Crazes Duluth. light Thomai Unaylc. liar- Suette. light James it. tiulmore Marquette coal rancU lies. Marqeett. moMin sand P. 8. ) r h Msrquette ll ht ii. 1. Rhodes Maraoett light. David hews Duluth Ugat 1- W iwaie l Duluth light. Fort Huron. Mich. June 10. Down Smith. Moore3PIm. Up Thomas ii. Christie 11 AKent 11 0 - L. Tlanna. 125 V U. Ketcham. 1:1. U ca o JU MK Packer. 30. Sault Me. Marlr. 3Ilch June 10. Up Wl eonilnNcbrmtka tkbsses Arctic. Wallnla. M li. Tremble. Canton. rt tOT. Gibraltar tug' 8&mace With L is t C Hutclilnxjn. John ONtH Canals WL Wetmore. ilrnett I. P. Donaldson with three eons Jura. Down tori- da. Coarles Wall KlUle It. lenSes. Alma Slunrue t lenoa. erona. C. U. Green. Rosa Soiiimttb. Si. C. Bell. Empire fcut Onoko. T I Parker. Mjritic Mungusguo 8. L. TUlr J fseeiou. R. Slats J ft. MemIt ADCUU J. A. Benson. James run Jr. LAKE SHIPPING NEWS. NO IMPROVEMENT IX THE COXDITIOK OF GRAIN FREIGHTS. A Moderate Demand foe Tonnage at Unchanged Rate Sadden Death of a Well- Known Lake Captain The Steam-Berg. Johnson's Boiler Condemned Dolnth Grain Cargoes Mum Short General Nau- UcalErents. There was no. change In grain freights yesterday. Rates were steady on a basis of 2 cents for corn to Buffalo. There was but a limited supply of tonnage offered for that port although quite a number of small-size ve stls were seeking car- jjoes for Georgian Hay and Lake Ontario ports. There was but little inquiry for tonnage until late In the day when quite atfactive demand existed. The following engagements were reported Ta Bufalo- y9 Prop Newbury. corn. 1310 hchr Charles roster porn. TUUUU Prob Co bacom Ta farnia Schr 31. 1. IlIggle. corn 171003 An Old Lake Captain Drops lead. DETROIT. Mich June 10. Special. Capt George Pickett of Algonac. Miclu dropped dead this morning while greeting an old acquaintance. Capt. Pickett was stout 60 years old and had followed the lakes nearly all his life. lie owned the barge Star of Hope and WAS tailing her at the time the was wrecked at Point au Pelee last spring. He suffered greatly fromf heart-disease which was undoubtedly the cause of his death and for a while after the wreck of his vessel he was under treatment at the Marine Hospital here. Capt. Pickett lived In Algonac many years and leaves a family there Wharf sod ivan-c. On her last down trip from Duluth to Buffalo the tmrKP Ranneys wheat cargo fell short Its bushels. There is evidently something wrong with the weighing system at Duluth. The steam barge Swallow which so narrowly escaped svtous disaster while crossing Lake Michigan last week is still in port. Capt. Flagstead her master is connnedto his bed. The underwriters have contracted with Parker' a Milieu of Detroit to raise the schr Thomas 1' Sheldon sunk In the Scull River and deliver her at either Detroit or Port Huron for 82115) This is regarded as very favorable to the companies. Capt. Mellenry master of the schr T. P. She don has written a letter to the owners of the vessel in which he claims that the Russia was entirely at fault for the disaster. Strange as it may appear the Captain of the Russia says it was the Sheldon's fault. Yesterdays Detroit Tritve. contains the most exhaustive article on the commerce of the likes ever printed in the columns of a newspaper. It. extends through twenty-six columns. and Is a complete history of the lake marine during the last dJO years. The steam barge S. 11. Johnson arrived here last week with a cargo of lumber. Her cargo was sold on the market here to Kenosha parties but as her inspection papers had expired the.yea- set was refused a clearance by the Custom House officers. Inspector Moore then boarded the vessel and condemned her boiler. She will be com pelted to wait here until repairs are made. Around the Lakes. lisftklo X. Y. June 10. There was no change in coal f relents. Vessels were wanted for Chicago and Milwaukee. Several charters were made for the latter port but no tonnage for Chicago was available. A demand fO capacity to west snore points was pretty well supplied. The charters were the star S. J ilicj and consorts John hurt and seden for Milwaukee at iii cents liner Louis Pahlow. for 1 n. at cents star W. It. Gratwkk. for Kenosbe. at i rests barges K. 1. Fryer sod M. E. lIsrein. for llscise atbi eeru. The steamer and. will probably take owners' cost to Chicago. The schr American mum. ticbe frem Kingston is expected f re to ret a cargo for Late Michigan. Canal freights were quiet. iblpnients wert made at 4 cents on wheat to lew York rue rate on corn being sc. 1 he repairs on the prop Itassia were completed to day. Sd. left for Gross Bay In the af ternoOn with coal. railroad-Iron and mdse. 8. V. Parsons arrived from Colling wood where he surveyed the wrecked I Quebec. tie say. tnat her stern I badly twisted and the hull generally is Ire a dilapidated condition. Murphy accepted her but U was rather a hard swallow. Arrived Prop S. J. Mary. Chicago com Manic. Menoniincs lath Clyde. rfclcago vats Tloga Chi cage. wheat. Hour etc. Japan. Duleth. flour etc. D S. V ilson. Strain torn. It- A. Packer. Chicago. wheat Julie Hurt. Chief go. corn C. S. Jones. baa corn Mssulowoe Chicago corn Nelson. Menom- jee. lumber lymsn Casey tlisbuygan. lumber. Cleared Arutona. Ouluth. sundries Winslow Do- lutta. sundries. Montana. Chicago sundries Hauls treeri tsar. coal tfto. Albany. Chicago coal. sic ; 1 Ash tabula R. A. Packer. Chicago coal tity of Home. liuluth. coal. Ked Wing. hoistS coal Wlnona. lulutb Commodore. Uululb. Maize. Cni- ratio Lyman Casey. Chicago. Cleveland. O. June 10. SpeclaL No further depresioo was apparent In ore freight today. The agents for the scbrs Republic. Moutcalm. and Mont ltlnc tioultivety deny that the. boats are en gaged at 51111 from Marquette. sod say that they are still In the market at JLji and no less. Cnaners re ported today ware the schr Montana ore. from Kt- enaba at :41 rents schr 8. R. Williams cost. Ashtabula to Marquette at SO rents same vessel orer Marquette to Cleveland at f Lift. Port if Chicago Arrived with coal Ct J. Boyce. falrfaaven E. IC. Bond. Oswcao John Magee Charlotte Xatsao. Charlotte. John P. Noy s. Falrhaven I K. Bailey. Ceveimnd Belle Mitchell Sodas Point Parana } sirhaven. Arrived with fundrles Lawrence. Cheboygas L IL ties lirummonds Island. Arrived with ore IL IX CofinberryMarquettes H. IL Newcomb. Marquette. Arrived with lumberecedar. wood J. V. Taylor. Muskeson Pblletos tawyer WhiteSs Bay Annie ljura Mutkegon. It. It shake. Manlstee Cuba. Sisnhatce A. K. W Vild. trsnfl Kaplds Adriatic. Button 5 hay I' P. Mcnoi Cockburn Island. John Bean Jr. Mukegon Kobt. Holland. Msskegon B. tron MuPkeeen. It. C. ltrtttslu. V hlte Lake WI Carter. Lad lug ton. Maggie Thompson. White Lake. Kventn Mar. thLarlevoli Apprentice- Boy. Mo J. K r-brigley. Ashland JoyOlanlstee Sloes4isgeWhlts Lake Select. Uironu Bay HerscheL Garden Bay Harriet item. Petokeyi Lumberman. 5 hay Best less. liver Lake pty of Chicago Drnmmonda Island. lUinbow breed hay S. I spree Mntkecon Kosa. Belle. Stuskegon UveOakMurkeiron Florence Letter Slanistee CS's. Rlets. Machine Rand. Man- Isles David Macy. Grand Haven Wm- Jones. Grand Steven Star Ludtngtoni A. K Colborne. I ep re. Cleared with grain- Mary von. Kingston. 1511 be cure John M Hntehlaton. Buffalo CiOJ be corn Portage. Buffalo. RIiJJ bit Bar seed and sundries Le- hUb Krte. 30 OUU bo eorH end sndrt Charles V1 ter. Buffalo. TO ill be corn RLron. Italslo. ij5fl bn corn and nuo ba oats. leered with sundries R. C. Stain. Montsaus. Cleared light M. F. Binters. iudngton t Hunter Sandal. Muskegiin lumb4mmsul Lilly hey Mars Luduurton Adriatic. Glen Harbor Phlletns Sawyer. liter Hay Robert Jlolland. Iu kegon Annie Laura. Mukegon Raiabow. 1101. Blanc Ostrich. Cedar River. Maggie Thompson Sionusue Kvenlog tar. Mackinaw Granger. ( reen IJart U.n.- gstcsie. Muskegon Vi J Carter.- I Utniton A. h. Wlltfs. Grand Haven. M. mb Mnskegon Glsd l Tidings. lading ton Iver lawson. Msnistes R. II Hayes. Cleveland Cape Horn. sn Helen Pratt. OgoDU Bay Thomas liens Mackinaw. Thomas It mite. tsrgeon Bay C. AKing SurC River it. R. llewcuaiti. Kscariabs II. U. Cofli- berry Escanaba John Bean Jr. Muskegon. Vessel Movenienis. Facanaba Sllch. June 10. Arrived Minne sota. Ida Keith. Massasolt J. B. Kltcaea. J. 8. Rica- arts. Imparted- Minnesota 355. Mowatt S. V. R. Watson. Monterey. Marenro. Sunrise Ida Keith. Massasolt. JB Kitchen. Wind south light weather clear. Cha so inee o a Vl Vlcke Glen jra. Port Arthur. coal Montlcello A. K. Vlck cry. and ieade Chicago coat Eat Tswasi' Mich. June 10. SpeciaL Ar- Lamb. ClearetJ AIrlna Midland. Out June 9 Special. Cleared iliggie. WanSesba. W athereool. wind moderate. imrolt. 311511. June 10 Up V. IL Uctehum 3D a. mi F. C. Letgbun T 10 II. . Packer. 7 Jft lie- nbllc and eonsnrts. it SO IX C. Whitney and coasort. e p. m i F. J King. U. Si. Score. Polly St. Rwrs WeMHde. 2 1 . ii. il Cleveland. 1 3 Minneapolis sod consort. 4 U- Toledo. 4:13 Olumblsni 10. Down Badger state 12 Uani t.Iant. 2.10- Kasots f W. Adams. 10. aldb. Ayery and consort. P. It. Locke. tninalr 1 10 p. um. R. J. Ilackeit. Nelson Bloom. 1 40 A. tor4. 11 Curtis and three barge. 5. linlath. Mlnn Jane 10. tSpeciatl Arrived ft. W. Blanchard. Buffalo merchandise Ctty of Owen 800 nd. Collngwood merchandise Jay Gould. Chits- go. merchandise. Cleared Jay Gould. Chicago. oi dries. I. Buffalo flour Ohio. and Ban Diego Cleveland. ore Konole. Karnla flour. llinervitlr Wls. Juno 10. Special.- Ar rived BoscobeL toper que Bay. Anrre. Wyman. Cleared Col burn. Chsrnley The I. IS. perrett pasted up it 4 a. m. Amrea at Bailey sllarbor Burroughs little Oeoriry. Wind north light weather warm. iiilwCakpe. Wl June 10. SpeciaL- Tha steam-barge New Orleans was chartered today to ye to Milntn to load wheel for. Buffalo Arrivals it. M brake. Sweetheart. Metaolson. iliehlgsn. Otrr Son. Montana with coal. Called Lyeumtng and Waver- IT. Chicago Mineral fctate Ktcao aba. New Orleans. Duluth. Chirboygan Hick. June 10. SpecIaL De parted orth Cape Emerald. Justice Fields cad consorts. WUcox. Wes wind wesiser cleat med pleasant. loil Dsihonsle5 Ont. June' 10. ISpeclaLl tTp M. J. Cummings. Charlotte to Chicago malt Glengarr and barge. Charlotte toTort Arthur. eoal. Down California Chicago to Montreal. general ear- go CratUmsA. Manlstee to lnsstlio. lumber. Owen Sound. Ont. June IO SperiaL De- Wawmnoeo. Chicago lumber. Wind west. ht Hancock 3f lIlehJ0fl5 W. tSpeciaLJ Arrived lovntata City fn Buffalo. jtl ared- roanta4n for Duluth. Wind southeast. Ucbt weather dear. Port Colborne. Ont. June 10. Up S. C. Baldwin and four parses. Charlotte to Mtlwankee coal. Julie Prtdg on. OicdeosbarK to Chicago general cargo. UowD-C lusBan. Manlatee to Klngsum delis. Vt tad southwest. light. Mackinaw City. Sllch. June 10. Down N. K. ya-ns.nk sad consort 30 a. mt Syracuse New Fork. 52 m. islorado S p CD. Champion. tag Champion wit foe vessels 8. Up Oscar Townsend and consort. JO a. mi A. Seedy. 40 Constitution. ha I sileiard 13 m Watertown. 1 p. nm A men- can. 2 Nevada. 30 C. J. K r hsw Simon Langell and two barg . thirst Mitchell. wun Salt light. Marquette. Ilch June la Arrived- X it. Joboston. with coal. Cleared Emily. lUte. mg star. Delaware. Havana. Continental. Magoetle. Paused up Wisconsin. Passed aown Cnlna. Peerless. Toledo. O. June 10. Special Cleirpl- g i I j r I 1 t 11 iIi I 1 j 1 i j e 1hWd7 J t zw ba Ct ad tTwo L. reV bay. l by c Sa- irmHicw 1' 1ort one' I ins atn 1 tk over I Hlm ondl 1 ug. I" D. alr1 :1' l lOna. Lr Atalct thi a by. 1 t tl. t lchae1 I II J 1 I f. 1 1 j i j T CAO TuFRAYiJ U. 18gfT N AGES i' I' - A MTRIONIL I EDDDG5 WLIK OW I SOCIY r orLt I Ja e St Chuh M. I r ad ml rebd th n VbbrIr u hrd M Haf I moD Untd. G wl- f UappJ Inlol1 I Thi Ciy ad J. Ewher t mrrlle crmony B Duter. I t formfrlyof Xework a Hariet Jel 1 I Pea Ir. ad Mr Frncll h B Paby. wllemnf d lat eeni St ir Jael. Epfcopa Church walMe f lael ad pntemen hfpar oclol t lrUmlnary. frm t 01au a nODDCe t aproah ott. brdal e bride euterd churh lent o t fater wa II ur 10u bLeI1. Mie Alc Aroid ss HammoDd HI. FarweU lls udeBuel ad 11a Doane. te i t grom Dealley Bater. joine tt wa t b MrP Peaby. thbrUwlof t brlde ated bl e usher wer Hyer in Fank FarweU n' n Lmb meon 1TltbUIlr. StIJvcsai\ Jack on ae r. GrtOQ L Abbtt Te rtor t church te Rv. VIb br ofcit Te br e mber ba maldiwer a. tlmln lpt1eawblLonot. r hih ha p imed Intoclor mared te' banonoul Te' brdel rb" IUI fablone wlb elnnc tower te ael b mpauY1 bel wor hIt muelD wit buquet C Uon' ptnka T arblteture cburch Itorlewlndow. ad plcturlque atar mak I bauUfu eLtt ene tl natur Fm tn rreUon wa te hom' brde' pant No avnue. t dra1trom blt ad fern. ad Mr. uter lelve4 te cnatullsot teir' Im nds' rpton-r'CD. to rm ac te ba wer opn tUe l iMt b. mDtill wer biden fower ad te adwDdowa le tm 1 sme. a t montl uDe wer boIO cur tr. Te. IUPpZ alle bfUrrmunCer te. IU- prVlon Mr. Eckart Te brid cuple lev ta rmblt loura w1 lpnd t la t- WlnnetlL Tio Jtl W. ere uumeru a. pprprlae ad csty. AmonI t manJ ueu wer H N. Dec1 MI ad Mr 0 A Dana ad Henr Durke te Mses Ryern U Shombrer ad Mr Carlea 1 Yo Maj Kka Mr' Smt' i aG c r J N i J Vibbr te Rv. Clnton Lke Aola Kn. Gor Waswor Mr. A ad M Pond HrGa er ad 10 Muhur. Mis Wbtney. Tomas J aloi d Au Ctn. Mr Towe ad Mr Mr Gre 1 PUnap Oon Smt Mr OeU andoter t LuChdge Ae JI. mon Hi Bamon daugbterot f' obn K te tror FaweU e ad MrCbales Lu hrld. ln. o t i HuWUam Lugbrdge low. wer uule male 1 evenl pal oclok e crmony a prored te Firt Cn 6pon& CburhcmerAanad Wah 1 ttet bJte E Goown 1 e 1rde wa prce MIa Hr f mo trwe fower befor te brda Ja ad acompaie litr. X HII PaDesleO i UI Grsl. ad 11 Lnoa. Te usher J e Xl. FkWltmn Arhur Fann1. LoBa ad MrFHHaon wedJ mu0 a pyed bJ Cnc t r. t e ncpton wa bed te 1. ad I Hamon 07 Cntr ve JIlo T 10110 adlwD er brUnty W miatdad te luppr le"O Eknt S rvfn tempraiy. ered t 1n Jt a boUo bllt te plcurlque Qen Itrle cmpletel turDllbe IlU' I ate Xenwo wa te 1f to parnU t de adlm te Joung cuple AmO U oter Ift wer enl&1 15ple siver. lUd lt b oftent7t olec. cin. 10 11ee bsldel tnDumetble Jl alve brl brac leer pntll f' c lmal arlcltof fmiur i Amo t pest wer S MMor Pf. Mr Baa Mr ld Ur Cales More HI Mi ael ad Mr Boge. ad Mr 1oyler MrW. I Blator Mr Lrr. Mr. 11r on WUn AId ln Teemann Pf r' ann Cr. Ml Hnna Tvere Cty y M O I 1ael MrVnarde te Msel ZoHge ad WUn Lnan&-aecllke Xrlal S1nnerl It md Is CotUde ar Ja shk. ot A L t lebk w r ql. ty mare teetery 8 Se Jae" Curh Te t r Vbbrofa ed Tebrlda par I' Ulerd te. brther Meln mo4 Edrg Cemens a Te I rie wcr lttUet I' epwlth tanofIUk adbuquet Ofwble' r I. privae r epbn tu te be. prntl folced onl te r. L anTe contrc1 pre wer prsnt AU Ocok alr Lnll trp trurh t Norb wf rfv teir trDdllnforly I' tmo Uelr t 1' hme NoIO mls steet 1 He1Abre. Jb. ur CHelm may Jearchfo clerk. 1 f t olce Cp Egan wa maied. h renJ DeUeAmbr08t to i - en te brde' alter. o 17& WpstTal- l Ip ImDe1tfY aftr te crmony i 0. lef. f. or. unneap. U I abref Yet tur. t. Uea o&-llcbof e4dl fE Henn ad et. to Uhter Bllchol. iokalic Wene. r dYlnl te brdel parnt h" 1o:7 Deabrn 1- e D n Of rert ar St t 1 We Ewar Brow-A. Wcnl I' Pllcmw 16 Gerde- menteldest H HD D ent Stary t111 eenl u led mara Edwr 1rW t la te Hon C 0 Drwn at. te 1. hot Stewa. Ewr rwn h. Wed WI wltndSe brUIbt alem- 1 ces ad our te Ft 1tTran Cub. A Re ofclt A rc ton wa t SCIe t Dment ad Ue depa. Chi Crt spnd telr boneymon CPJ" FU W1 lo A 10tbie wedla tok plat oclol tl mo 1 te residenc I Tan U entctll atlel bi 11Ltle GaI. Wod a J. A McRea te jt. 5 eL c uple i te Ihor tOlr a r CAE UIGJ r the. l Olci Actouai Emler The ofanAItt D HomE 1L une l tefmpach- 1et eur ta te tlmew u. ple th t ltD HI Innett dar Rpids Grfe te Cmpan Dl B Blebabr G t olnel Iurnc Cpt tltfe tO orma lue eumlner' irces A Snfor. 1IAlltat Emlnerad J. Ander Serta1 f te tunclDulICmpay. for tt1ed. t. Va tempted a lft cf pr iay plnl a 1 t Inlurnce cmpauy pr da. I lrcs 10 tt tld pad t Ount Audior BrWD ep e pDe" toulh Brwtldbll t 1U te CUI Anderous tot- 101) Ihow tt chad i te tUZfauou Toun cm aJ t hd Uitenc tbr 7ea ad 4UdJtr Bru cmpU te et blsebag DeUeateDbl etrax. bhweveI1ndueeprmpt. OIIIIT. a ranent7 cur Snd nr I ne lutnte trt I Dpnsa Mec A c1IUc 0 I B N. T. J 1 JOl A BIGI i. Te AuthoroCthe Foueenth A lntnwlth Sei- 0hoDltret Wo S l Not. Can dte forConc t 0. 8 Ent1 Dm.J-.dlzi on. t Ilopl sv- era elennal cosely cnnetd ad IlaquietaCalasptWbera pt mibt 1nd cl Ula t tl pla Onone t princlpatr t fOlnda r- lfel oJd ahloned iwOUorlebrlck te frnt fenc ton rpar Id Immeus f lt e b lubmut forotb t luccumb t te tottPI tme ad humanltJ. nens1a rrel ad brl bt rulum. fane te brad entrnc cn elter had a e. tnd d te D xt Itret aley. plenu rl1 wlb frt aforlt tr. ti te oorbU a te dO wa oned bya entlem jus up t meium Itatlr welknit frame Ilibt spd Arund hf ned ea 11owI te t lrm a chin 1U friDg ba turn1 t9 Olltve & y A pal we pct del. pUshe frm prty d feIma upn forhea soDon cincident hde tnded bac blmp stem Ti WI A Dlham. ex E- Minutr. Pleniptentar ad e traor Jpan ad. Ie bte aole te oter CnaloDa t Sven- Vitrct. Cme fn cme In. hi cher come Enterl Ibrar launcbe ol abut bokl ptr blosophyple l- ertur. ad teleuntU bcan delpar Iett te objet FDaly. cuht t. 1 lpk ad aked hl Wbt 1 ter in t curnt rpor tht ar cadldato Cngu Wh youm all nothl hea aaeepken a ovr te friend wer k nd b IUr Tey bae t a p1rs Of. te dlltrlct frot dllirent pr te State ad plDtOutade teStLe ad hae bneaUe prona toacan eDtr C r. 8bn invrbly t smett leredte publcontwa ad notr year dlrl testrnab dy ad dellr. t lve te lfe rlvte citzen Jus thlt1 it wa e Cn rsft 118M ad. i f lesHha & sInc Irture Jpan Stil amrlably1formed tt. numer oUllI ted memorl f be pr pa-a ma Calof t pople te disrictfor ou reiDtor CtalS SUD pe tt cmel had. wUuu Zreatitr Wel amn enter publo Ue Is ina lene publ0 prprtr. ad hs pr lhe gve te I de mads Tba te pnaUee t putl te d llZbtl ofllvate Ue TOU prio le cadidate Cngrels ad tk I aprp. Dlt luppee ca come I I do cme ad me ad i ak tie' mattr hdbn tt Dlbam wa Utca f0111 ad UR on tememOres t Wa rio ad upn to anlmosltel cntct cie l converaUons. a br1 dicuiiun te Wa Iluea.IU.nUdp.t- I mobjet r bamlid To CvU bJonp t te f hlst r. notto te am dlusllon Ter a ago historica polU t b atUe yet-the priciples luvolvebave al ray Dndetrmlned i t Iwy frm teD ad derve te bneft te t Cnstuton ad te Cnsttutona Gov rnment be 1 t s thilln bettr ad clerer. l ht. And te ha jusleat cpyof th Ialnd containi a eitora rferenc me t edtor tt l b m wa to grat. ad lttema te par t rvoluton te erment. t' lubstanc hlre marlnot ext wors. N ow te Is Dotrezette ar tok te te Is' houlotdaar. ad wiL rter prud It hae Cmmite err Judjment Intentoaal errr. I mJ freDd tt mnneed patrlotm TelmaJcbang ad mutatonl folow oter. amanl patrot- rlaup mae ahame paDt bi cbidrenl cheks ablush te wore te Hempl kdutordo DY Inolnaton. tbl tey rcl' bitorcl fa connecton wtb rnstructonpro et mae ubUc To lea lecrey foresrbut I b rmove. rfer te laton te fourelth U nlttuUon te Unied Sttes rater te Art at0n to Fourenth Arlce lecton 1eure te pple otallec. tonl teI rllht ad' tei I Suth a wels t North It a ln a adopte Le wa lfe a Gen Grnt ciien o Sutl Crlna a te citn Obio wa' wih Itrglie tt te nowl notbf te sctQn wll te e 01 to cnclull cusoTe cmmitee leal10n rje I ovr. a 1n tok. te Irundtt i mul IO In wleter te cmmitee emboied IUn It rlO not mater fact die COD a prt te cmmiteel r Pr wa Incfrate te atce ad eve terghtl ctzn Ter propse tt tbi barer Iboud b ercte t ltdln te wa amount notbl butveniecc I. wl tt leton ad tae It ort aDpl1 i t alUme. ad a ancoi te Suth tt par tlclua prio canb pprclatea Ter frmte 8t t cmmi- t uDdento abut tbf mttr evn' ey wert prmit te ea ecrcy ad exlanit tei peple. I nel explanatoa. Sborlyatr te wa dopte Ilpe OreanS Slma empbis ad oter pllexlant paUcular. p1t a proprety lr mite t Dmoto CnvenUon ajourne t heamo spak ad Ltnded Ina by. ba 1nlsbe lea Dmnt cme. Itadtok Dyte bad. ad metorbls' people ad sai tt culaaee to rd ra- c1abon ad opn bfor oun w bae traveleaonl tt ra evr. slqc Ter bn lme rut ad id faen tme. te ha bn cnt1uousToroad t hindus no b traele a an blstodca e ptoalto s tt a t. bar li eIact' 1. lham ten branche of ad tld hlrdencefnJpan te Europa trie to InvelAle. entnall aUanc ad cnspircies aans tc Brtlh nton ad ket o t tem ad trie' t prsere te i l t Irt Republc abut hf rturD ad Interiew wlb PrelldentCfvelad prslnl te blef tt to cl0e t te lne lad d01 Washll- farweU adrels Blbaml fac glowe s ke a a bricbty a youtb a wa tfoaUI ba hear aU Wh. lat ne te wbOe 70utt f. Jrtua wbO burl brgbtlJ scor. otr lved nolter te pat te prsnt te tutnr eIopt t lok Ion 11T ad' prfement. wble ber wa who whie delnll' loken ofi conuecton' llh o c. sbo1ed wor blmmesuable luperlntJ ad 1t e may po le ake Dt m f pbyslcly. S Jrbap. I' b le ad bery ad I evldentl o Jeas bar wor1 e expruel rfernc o her bome IIvo lea a ovr cunt. cpt Ute strp f t Nolbwest ad. Aaka a al uro aa I. Blbam but nober b ve pla s bautful a te en hmlofHarln Cunt A CHURCH. DSUNDAYSCHOOL Te31aelot Epfop Dlo Schol Conventon MlNNLS Mlnn l lSoaJ Te' alulcuncU te Epfcp Dke lnneiot oone ciy 7 sterJ ad cose tbl eVIDtTo G lbr Crllt' Cburh . Jaul 1U elet asftan" t DbOpWblPple alaar 13 Te earl clne wl beldat F bault. LS Is June10ISnclal.ne 5t SundaShol Cnventon clOe ill"S slots tbi evenl. Ofc er cbO n te. enul Jea WtbT. E Cal of Cta. Prlielt PHOSPHAT 'O"WA Ont Te frt Jrnnd plosphate. te Amercan ket ba bn mae ber S rn t UnionFb0UPbSte Inl Cmp' f uckhaIU 04 aClic l. 100 W TH RAIOADS. T E rAE GERRTEVAR BEE TH PAU A D ISuD Grw& Ferer Evef KnotJ 9ue ton-A KaD. Conte tthCh Caud I& L3nt Ba k Duble k CanoUdton Ccint I St A cra 3Uwan ErlnCContrc ton I Klther Notr. Te wa te Miwauke& St ad te Chlc. Rokbld Pacfe rclTe Imptus 7eteray. bth r& Itrlkl ihoulderlmot taneusly. Te lok Ilad ade US 1rtlats Chicg t 8t paula 11nn pls te wa frt brke out ad tit llwaukee. St Pau ma0 IlmU frm' C ICO t CuncU Dluf. te Rok' ulad contnue charg Clncl Dul. ad te MUwauke StPanlad te oter Northestm prlte 11 cbug SD' .frt ad I lend St To lAttr do bt tboulbt tht 1ltl teir tt trall tJ woud cntDueto cet ful abar t at te e a alnst te ROk Iladi Abrt La rute te rate lut telwe wrUI teir' caculatous. 1Lppeatt t lwll Iladl b stnes' St Plul Mlnneapll im- Inceae clnt to. rte ad t bUlinel f te St P11 decrued cr rspndll11. orer cban o Cudi ton alJr t fwuke St Paullal eve nII orered iductonin frm ad Unne pll t5 frt-as to mea chara te RkII ad Orer 1ere aso Issue tt rtes forlJ rad plnt o 1slne plntl be 1t id Hlnnespll bed U n rte 1 Bt I. cr tan tt te Norhwestrn RO wl ie lne rates aditon te abov te. MIlwauke St tetol Isl ad anoter rucl t rat RCk Ilad frm CbiCalo one b f te rlula r\ Abut sme te St or dere. rducton ratei te laad rtr lt t o tet' t' Mluneapls StTu1 It frm rducl te 8t Pal ad 1lnneapUI t t St cla. t sme rat a Chtuo t St Pu Hertfore te beD conte te westbund' Clcj berlter Itwl. b prose eua soron te eatbund bus frm Be a lunhpll Terat St lme wa11rl ad t acadle Te Mlwaukee laul ha' t 5 ra St Pau Chicag' I wih 1ad10rtWo. Te blad ad al teoterrad e- cpt te MUwaukee. Paul cntnue eb ari frt bUllnes. Cuncl luaad wi prbably slel unle. te lwauKee. St Paulhould 10 It1. te 25 locabulincd Cunci Blul. ad lale ad tey dor te Pu It te Mlslur Hlvet t Hok blad ad at oter rldl te St P ui rate urter t l bt eXpCel Koty QUttou Meisn Rldele E PrVinl E r. te arblttorto defde crt l dl PltC te cntract between Sutrn Pcfe AtauUo Pacllo Atcbi oa oPk Sata rlardm te' lesl te Itr fr t Sa Frcis. te Pa o eleray tocnsider rlmeuU ubmlte byte companei Te Atblon Topk Sat DAtanUo Pac rprsent VlcePsldentc Smtb Id te Soutern Pafc Trme C Genera Plenger A eDt ThomaGoomD To rprsentUTes cmpnlel uument rlii upn te writn arsument ha prevlouslJ Ilbmlte afer atwelg quel Onl t rbi rgard1 plut te aament wer Quio-lear tey rUt. Te prncpal pint t b. decide bt arbl trioN wheter to Atantc. Pac10 AtChl son Topka Sant pate Sutber Paco bUllnel frm t n t prprton te taif 01 rates Te cntract sJI tt t lat te later te proprto estblshed rte T clame tt rte b for. wlo th Sutrn Pac c Interrte I men fa pro rton rgular trll rts I t Sutrn PaclJo pslUon fdeclde t crrect te Snta F Atanto Pacifc i paJtt 1r mOtey acunt Crrtd durl te trnscntneuta lllel Ibol alo wa notb ad t prprton trl ate frm 0 jae Frnclco Jrea dea te Sta' ad Atntc aclfa rcnefor tb entr dstanc frm 111luri Rver Franclc Te arbl le810n unti lt bOlr lat eVn wlbout comlto T" alalntoa I beleve t teIr delslon wl annouuc untUsome timenext eek Cntelt Jlch 1. Clused BIgLls. rlluterstd t Em pra a Cn tr Knsa 1Yltokad deatrlgbt beaen& ed bl1gbt tme rat onl cusd losel t t ras fmmeltely t AtcbisonTopka. Sant F Paclf St Luis' & te Vroul t Sutbweltm Riwa AsscUOD Cmmleloner ldZ16Y te Suthwestern Aloclato 1 jno Lula attnd metl te repr te abve te mJI elort eett t WI formAton 11 tt bUllnesl conDecton wit oterlntf este te Te 1 catte' 101 tbre ao ad I beUeve tt pol te Empra Wfcblt ad Xnlbuslnes ao 10W Ccuiy. W G Bck DoubleDeck System Sme aO t ras leal ad northeU thf c ty aoptea rloluUoJ t d1conUn e tt Ibipmeol doubleek car Te raon assIgne f rte acton te riroaes wa ttlheep ablp mentla doubleeck cr wer tve tese cal b rturned 10ae Te sbep raer ad Ihlppr te Nortbwea mte enorleUo protet anst ttaUoncJam tt inllle ck er a t rtl ebare tir blslnfs" Te Nortorn Pacfc aUwA Cm tl wlb e ctUerarid z fus Itlleck ca. ut catn1ed t doubleek c Tipullt St Pal connectoRs t fn onVnlenc tt tlent bak ater anoter old ioubee ystem t IUnneota' Nortbweterp ad I1Is Cntr& tlte IliatveTe Westrn ad 5uth wetem ra howeer. to t 11eek IULmup t tme. t lnelcUons ar tt te o bae 0 ba. te bfor dabave elpsed Te Ihep raisr Tea ad te Fa Wet tt tir buslnel ruine th aUon t ad tey a nabie t tir Ibep maket acunt to hlrb tranl prttn' 111eeck car. Te Westr Ibepierl ar cke y.rl Ctr. St Lul. ad CblcgTe rrdl hae lat e met t reprntUves 1e yal Cicaro. St Lui ad Kn In. thIS cit1 Stury t tal ov t mattr ad tl l wbatcn b t riy el Cmplane or Emeoft Welter raar ItUllrn lJ opple tl1 t t blear I J Item elpcUy te 1cln t Sutbwotr R Aulto te linoll Cotr& ha deide te concslloDI demaed telbeep rsr ad doublee ca btween Cal ad Ce T Cn ta peoplela tt ttr hv1 do bl t cr Jrm te I cD l rton i n lme Wester lneL deternat te pa t IllnollCntalwf nQdoubt cm p te omr Weeter rd t mae t t tdoubleck a. otris blP ment frmea ag Ca to ra m t CcoA dnmaded Yarl prnlse to' rtuce teirchr rarae a t Ih ep raier e T AdOWT 1 vntoo Te TrnDlpatcber Cnventon reste. rvreto Qrn e tnt to aCon Weneldy fternon t COSttQton. It wadetermfned amit pnou t membe. ilp bo ative Upri eilC a a trlnlpather Imesurflc rCad a wa U tme hl aDpUcUOD 11 acive rlr ervic Prvilloni wer in- corrated I teconlUuUon. te contri t loal oranIztons whlChitwa d ter le rcu Dt. The. IDUatot feof te Nabona aloitnwa abiibe ad lie upn a frm eah nembe ver loea brnc t Ilatoa. I WA alo prvde tt locl broCel Ib uld delents te nnua cnventiouA cmmitee wa to' crU nsolutoDe t aDU COUrelel ex- lnde citzens ad crprtoDI Cta ad commitee wa apOlnte. 10 U lt frm memb tedeltute fmily' UD Hi CnDeaut 0. deut for mem r. Te cDVentO ajoure t te lr Tde. t te afernoon new membr wer electe Te nprtd by te cmmite ap lut te forDon wet ra ad adoptd Te foU wlr pnonl eleted al omcer PreJent nabbltt Mlch1D Cntral S boma Ont Vlcsfdent FI Marin Eualo Ylrk PhUaelpbl mean ScretrJ ad Treaunr. E Peab" Mlwukee St Pul Maron II ExeUtTe Cmmitt. E DUlbnerZ A Zin n McCrmick PoJk W AUen lcEwen E. Smith. A ew Oute Wrat ABRDEY Da At Abereen sur etUnca dirt rutt Fm te DO S oftl IUr veyorl h tt te wfrn norteatfrm berltriJl plnt9n eitr. Ue UaGltba Nortern RadS prba. Fls Eaten pple Ir Ilterste te ras 8UCcS" d to eter parLof te Iok cenua cilenl' mett1 llL evnll. proped Abrdeen 00 lecurl te blldl te r. I IbJI rd buit t crp wi beraferlnd bter ad a iDcre nv cnts pr D lutb. te newcmlaDY t. Aber' den PIerr FerJI Fal alw. wIl nequater Abren beToledo Clncnnt I Lu Lnel' ConsoUdted CHALSTON. 11. 10-1 SpecIa ] M reprlentl t bndbolder S B Kueela4 purhaer ad n I erolJ attoney beretoa ad cusoldaj t dlferentUnel te T leo CnclDnt St UaUro1 btwen oledQ StLull under te Tol o 1t LUI Knsal Ciy Raird Cmpany. Dirtor a Iamedln te c cnsoldaUon. ad wi. af 1 omcrs A Etenllon Grded WInEJ. K s. 10. ra1 te Forete Edorad raley frm Duglas Ka. plac cmplete ad te y1 lad a son a te brldlel r rady te ri 1 ct-1 te AthlsonT\ Jeka Santa Texa frm Kasa CtJ C Gaveaton Hlwaukre r l ErIng. 1IILWAUKJE e lwaulee 5t HUaYlearn tie frt wek 4600 wer ain tI0 a cmpare wlb te Cr pndl 1885 Grnerl otr. Satuay te Alwukee St w run1s leavl her ai- ocok a ocol m throu h Oconolowoo wihou' cbanl. Cmaeuc wlb SundA. un l3 ad untl' fnrter noUc 10PhUaelpht eprl tb Petnsylnnla letm wfF arive atlO I m. Instea 1:3 I m. al' frsnt ad No Eatera eirs wi adve 1:3 a. Insead I m EDUCATl AL MATTERS. penn ntEnrla Unhrnly Chlt oPrgrm at orgn lUltalAcademy. Te opnl te progrmof te cm Jencment exrlles te Unlvrfy ChI C tk lat Memoria Bitit urcb OkwoO bulevr ar Cttae Groveayenue Te cburh wa wel crowde adrecive E Hlrscbof Sina Jle waml7 Te semblge compsedin t1e t lterry soieties to uul ad te delverd 1e ddrs to. diferent t fratc clusica etc te T6 prgm te w ek wU b il folows 13 te bacaaureate. eerm a Prlaent Georg C Lrm r te Chlcb 1 I rautt te tblryur cua te preparatry deparment th Iirl BaptstChurcb at8 p m Tues ercw d ay exrcise I to ek let-a cn. teet. annua meet1 t Dard Trlsteel II t Unlverlty at 3:3.a te lter a eerlsel ad te AumnI olatoD te Pamer te enl Wenesy addrse te gaduatl ctas . Centra MU41 Hal m ad crduat inzexercises same e erclselot tor an esc rted oundsb t 1ISy adet uesn wltltlly hedeclama- graduates-Cadet anllCadet were more. I inlng ofTlle of Imml rat1oa. in' Themnual was' form- laborla In C lcalrO lell of t e Sue. l t . se n efs l l a. de' Hugh. peum aos. b IP. or FIRE YES. l ro DyersvtUe. YM erdaT. DtBtQtEoIa The Jby lar In ux Inth. it hsno- c' 11a 150 It ream ' WII 1 amn W g to looyrda pl. 1150. Ooun llBluffl f3 8 werelbtrd. owa ilhtysixth eighth DEPART31 - AGincULTURE FOnJ Show reae n Or Barley OaUthe Co dUlon iJetter-AnIn'r . lnCot- a' Decre I C odl i tlon-Crop'ln A8 I GTON. . JIlDelO.1Sp clai.- fq portmakea spr rerabout oooOOO cr Is Dincreue slrtbofl.at readthln Dakota. decreaaeiuNebruka ends amallteducUon TIIemlnor show advanceTbe of' ofrea4Y Omewblt UnS tiSfactoriftax f cOunteracted yl ld otrecent7ears. ofprfDc 118 H. 9lln JearWllCOnslo g1 Wash tun. 1. IIU ht cond Uon romUg It hJghn wb atproducl isnot as 1nyearaof promlomzin I beenaff.- ted Wltbrust sbrlvel a In ury fiomdroutl1 anc1f100ds lIoodforasmall aVeDera 95. ' 1arle7acreit. J3 percent' Jar e' oatlln' hunot e d. Kentuckyan < areaw 3I ear wlJ1pproacb batt. acre CQndl on' n In . ecked tt n Geor la. farme lome Ter netin- acres. ceutTherec6rd. Carollna Ia98 l03Alabama. 1 Te as. kansSI02TennesseelOL l wer la t laseven IennesseeThe North.Caro- 1I1SoutbCaroUna. 9a 83. IetW as threaten stand-has callyremedled IN IAYAPOLIS. 10ISPeclall b re JUDel f Dur Ma 10calstorm3. l bavelnlome Il severallpcaUUes th co ntles be 1L lant layl thesame year coun- I floods eJtcint. Isstlll tbant eme re Inlmg fioodaorother Thelen- b th e d ots necessltatedreplo1nIr to' Wheat-Indiana entof ' dlUon. same 00. The tbeyear 9 iOats-indianaeondition. nI6 II" C1 Uon1I lastrearJi. Indiana. 13. 89. st 9Iilastrear. 87. 9' y arlUlnols clove..89. 111. ag- Dst \ e ueper 6. 7 r l IIi' EY 5' e Small truits. i lIepon. Dta F asfar CjtycovertJ aIidord da need riDThe n' acountof Ilbort adry Iprl freez winter. > etter-CODdlUon 6elon ad a lO--ISpectat.J- be ne lrT atly d tieatcrop Is. Is. The weekbal e beenutraordln ry 1 JO ind . LEA VL Grad1 atIog- Exercl lat ColI g ConUtienc mentat GAWBCRG IuJDne 10 rSi The CollegecommbncemeDt odaiwith th . dua 1nIr iexerol t th' be. Iin fi ancIl c Tbtt oro yearwnile a Increase aum- berof P. Ayres the Wflllamiot Jolfetwere Dordof re- ofa luccellorto sClIiUa bccalaureate en-- exc tlence. to. laraudlene cl 1I ODAL U. Ju e t ll Deforea the eec. 18S G vl byGeorce ofWoodblD cademlcand adt1tcs. t . lIalL. CARLIltVILL o Iu. commencement. e erc1se1 of lackbUrtl Cnl- nnltyatthe ot. td s ranufavorablJ' Its PAXTOlC1lL. The h1l. cre mr tude aduatinZ. FRO from a Train-A a Solved MlcWg5fl > Other otet. RID JPOitTI1LJunel lSpeclaL rlon a' ne anslUllI 1ereturn trsln. bo b keman Ie Ina > re ere pranlrfromthe" caf' treet-crolSlmr. ilI btedon' . igh He-else bllome d. Iml tonlcl u. lfaj. JI Elwood. Up ment. t mUiUi. anllfill ere RevW 1us rove pre eDt. OLlET. Ill. lOl8 The teQsurrouDdlna E m. uptnismorrrtng tb thebodJ' 1J t su fa e CtluJoolin rerof re ldeDce. e n ed f. t aU. I Jpc8edthe Irl i arclto a i U f el n D e d t 1 url Th W lchl1 p tracieIt 11iO000a < 2OOooocomblD1rura wlre fa tory. The' t1 t stand todytestec y At meeU tbeMlcbJran sion otunprofes- Dr.Ke1- atte th Ied Auocla o lat ttilast towhom urlsdlct1onaHer A ATTLE CUEEKMlcb lo18pecla1r l ni- close te dered Ilcb. Near. morn e I.G. F ICh preSldentofthe as ocfa- Tbeprocram < 1 o Ua e dk t : a r-nm oD SentorTiomas I Ind. 16. Wood' Longenbergpr1LI11t terr lace. have1eased the grounds thene t veD as IUfe timoto V ABAsRInlt. 16. Compan7orJrnlzed t 1 J 1 t a Wetij 1liaa otut4oj Jack IIltnZSwpxib tbrougj ter k Rink en wl eOpIo p. Md4en i pontn oo. areal ru1e Ceb1 the mensey t. ftflW4tbe lpe | Was a after IgnaI fr hltn b o da1tt. ullXbt bUrg J z ex.- u Wdt1fl auce o an1 Gu and bIac Irgs. 1on nied appea ionielg tbe William e an4 WttiL cheer th a wb a. kbnds. an Elizigi- u LIC p1lTifl mAV3Y lc4arty e4wttbut a liltieLore azt Cd bIdw on iCt anf w1t11 gh witioot a vely th re tlxns ritneb. ly W1CdILII. th lroafled. .andEliIug- bc1ene md b1 looktug 4izei. tIm rouzi4i. rce bitt ennfiden ii we nie m I an raother r. er t rd. been. eatli. Itwaswoa the liycok lrd. 1ort tD 6raton.- taacover uls atarmact 4 col cr5. old t lunyadXB 4 itborp li-il. y on Bird ot be. bait rIIWiOtCul k 0:54. ixheatLwben e was 5 th4 d'i. iI- beattbereC ranee. nt o0sorbet- us. I 3175 0 0 C 0 0 I iI S S 100000.-I 1 0 0 0 0 0 I 0 1 0 1 1 e St. go U igan t lug alI 5bC 0dreddOUb lt ItO orso nn1g T' the eUaaaiE1 paat a r. itIs" baibeeli I or Kliy gnd m wiU snDOunCCs 1 re HE CHICAGO TR1BtNE Ffl1DAYJIThE 183TEN rAGEs WELIIKNOWN r- rrlage Mr IrII I l M and g. from lbS b Mts Ilo gbtell z. r old bobs. thkbride. bestman. Theusbers TutbIll. od GraftoeSt white-not pr sumed o IntfliS S o Inthe I I I I rOomnuD3e toursud the Mrs. C. A. audMiss s d. iI d MrCbsrles th y UonWflUam ia5evenLngat tonstreets. lt v. 0. I MrArthur lr. Zn otbergifta ofsliver I. MoorePmtandMrs Bo rdmanMi MreJ Aldand TraverseCity 13 I Lnilng-Jsescimks. h 30 3lrVbbert k I andbouquet iw Iutet 1- mo. eoupie L leddhgtour. Uennlng-liIschoff I. ieta Bischo r t paren O I A air. IPEINCFTELD jSPeClftI1 4 yU I rccs. i s bItt r- 7bement. pairdeparted th0tOSpend theirboneym000. C5jppi lorspeelaLl Laotabte ptacest ttm. th. weld and J A. C. dIelLee. I Zait. MUssony jeueFeitalnthg 5alaryefan I bi ours fn tent A. B. sIne and 105 m flanfor 513Odtnf perday m ttajgt the Lr th. that riO Citiflisailon hin that i. of tents h theFourteenth An CAD 8. Deni..j-Cadlz peY- era Is pli e. flizato es s atthe dcxrwas tothe jaw cleawerepushed hlgpretty ZorebeadL in 1n buseheery o thelike downto hln there csndidatefor youmy that on theatrengtb itl eu anirellably pared-a for wlllyou theubl1cs tbematter hedbeen po- Wariesues ifanticipat. rnyobject The ml- editorsays not itshourof is Timeamaycbapge abiusb the nostirmy recall-one reconstructionperlod neveryet foryearsbut GenLeewasas groundthat in. pantot therighti atandlnthewayof nothina tailtimee fromthe breakthe theirpoople. Setma-Memphts cameon forbis travelealong chuckboles timberat exact" lr. Binabam triedtO ache tiiswutbefos5fllbedheard0hi statesman-One Is whowhile fitness. Jllngbamis 3 I 1 nave 1 Pt green w CHURCIIAYSCHOO The3iinnesota low I LSpeclaLj rheanduaL cityysterday was elected assistant to BibOpWS1PP1C ne be held 0SKALOOSt I The this ereuin year with T. B. Clara iEO The is forthe flI WS THE flETws Day A Must Cars Louis-An Earnings Other RockIsland ro d. br ke almilarrate lfi5 theywould bigberrxte eveflingordenid aut ss and th 421 tam & & 1421 itwill 1 ortwo.- ex- ciass' lowerthan Me rsflugb E PVIO a o c rtain Fe ices i AtctsltonTopeka Ed anktAtiantio PacifiobyTratno ThomasGoodman quiter-ciear & Fe thatthie Southern paythat siargeamount takentor UigLoseee. stockand deadfreightbusiness the AtcbisonTOpeka Francisco-but Aas clstion. th actionby actionelamtnt singiedick cattlaralsers contin ed Tlieput th whatcan towoin deck Thl hllinois-Centratwiil We tern g themthe tt.esbeepraiser-s. aLiprho u so- bythe W J 1 Pea w. i A. SpeciaLJ routeto newcompany Lines' 3 une l0.- G. differentlines StLouls The the" T & SpeOisLTho otes. wii I and'S June13 rorkaty:10s..m of7:3Os. asat aty:30srnlnsteadof8:4Os.m. Program d Groveavenue. andreceived Hirscbof SinsjTern th rscUca1 etc. June13 BsptistChurch at8p. cop.- m. pnlzessnd depot . do- ondeclaniationsand Smitlsot et tlie8 StateTournament or wonby 48 JL1 beit Rduc Oats tsi ae. C lSpeclaq ie- Via- eheatdtstricts 9 97' InNew levery forasmell a learinjune. in' a tarrnextension 1 Fill kanssslO2 97l Louieianeil Teiasbroken refreshingramns. Sp Oial.- i or he andplant. fol- samedate di 4. areaplanted lastyear IliinoisArea year Oats-Indiana { : kill Bl. l3last centof ofothencrops sdiasa Flax.-- * 14) Rye---------------------- Is i-i Barley--------------------- n Itt Is Cattle..s----------------Hogs.------------- IS Sheep---------------------- Smaltfruits-------------- Theat eprlngand neverin oftbis jc ccwinz haveyielded tEAYINGTIIEIRAt31L cl sedtodajwitb reportshowed thicollege c berofetudents. 1t a' citytook eforelarge eel 0 uievcledlCtory a aided areceP' 4. ni- C ass Thee1btb FR Lea 4I1tIIXICPORT Otceyand tralnhebribed 114 company..was SpeciaLJThe orexternal suppusedthe ysrdto uiowerssnd wnlchall marterwas 10.4Special4- otthe reunionwith tib SenatnniPalmer In Ilerrypromiflenteiti- forthe WABAsst 10. The localcontractor 10. Th liadson reflected MILWAUKEEMATxERS Only A. State of Wiieo stn theirlabors nlumxs deces8edMa- C Rlkborn Lvon W GrandChsplain A J W H Swordbearer 1 HerzcgItacine W Humboldt. AarodKnibbs E LyonBeaver nanceCommittee hharrettlliiwaukee ordlnancowas wInmtndictments bythe jury whIch thepolioe to LATEST Mm TfIs Spec1al. Iiolvllie tdgotoTecumsebin golngfrom an. tninoroffenses. Hg isnow wssaboutll James o Oa In' Arrived lisblJ Montsna m.r- chandieec fluistiiyeiljott queu. tosi- FrancIs i tsrh. light Fertliuron. Smith e S - m. Thomas ii. A. Kent. Ur- Lrltauneldi Chicago 1St 154. it. Up cnin Nbrsrks tlijeOy. 8. L. 1. ly L. C dsCaanleWaiIKittie Vienna. Verona huts. T I. ti5. LTUII ul. iL. S ugsstsJ- B or forTonnage Sudden ofa The CondemnedDujuth i1 Short I Therewasnochanpi vessels ts 1 for s. j es corn---------------------Prop lehishtorn 7- KIna.i.n- i I tin lO.-.SpeclaL--Capt I Cs I lak-es'nearly 8 disease 1 l. I I theatmr It. P. I I p. steam-barge is i ralsethe I 1 I 1' i theitussiasaya 8 I 41 everprinted i isa lastilsiyears. Is steam-barge 5 i' i llouse sd lroustthe I F There r I s 1 { s 0 lV Ci H 51 4 ml 0 5 here wer atlcent rsisoncorn 1 to- lle s. olllnwooil I Is I Prop hi- I Wison. Corn Cbiclgo. lace. Cleared-Arizona. Asotabuis A Malze.Chl- No r en- iLl. halter r.- Is vesselors tl lsoyes 5) 51 sundries ore-IL I li wood-I I- ilchoICwkburn 5 Stu kren WillIe ludiuglon Si asie biic e Bs Itesties' try Itainbowreen VAse akMuekegOn Kiet H. 1cpsre. M. Ilaxeed rir3uiulhsror5 5e. t1I5II 1. it. Lieu. ltufal b it. light-it. 5' liusteron iree' J. aFter e M iudingtnu A. King 10. sotalda 113. KltclieisJ 8 MtnflPsOta J. Ii harlotie N. V. June Spccfa1 iiiengarry. 455km. ilenors. Mostlceiio. 5. Ii. Viclery ievaia Gieegar1. bauble. and Glenra MonticelloA.KVhck- SpeciaL Cieared-'Alvlns. 9. Weather coot. V. 4:3i 1:50 7m uthicadioiiartsl eonaor I mi 5' Weii CiSc. sin. ill 2lt 4 lumbtan 5:10. Ua.in Ii. IS Waldo I 541 Cccii. 4 5' Speeial1 4 v. Buralomerchandune IltyofOwen 8 learns bits son- Arrived npcr. 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