Kokomo Daily Tribune, March 5, 1894

Kokomo Daily Tribune

March 05, 1894

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Issue date: Monday, March 5, 1894

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Kokomo Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - March 5, 1894, Kokomo, Indiana The Kokomo Daily Tribune. ELEVENTH YEAR. NO. I 57.    KOKOMO.    INDIANA.    MONDAY    EVENING,    MARCH    5,    I    894.    PRICE    TWO    CENTS. I bouchere, and adds that he himself wil probably emphasize hiH protest by the withdrawal of his support of the govern merit at an early and critical occasion. He declares that he is opposed to a jieer-led government. He will probably move an amendment to the address in reply tc the queen's speech proroguing the sos aion, in order to raise the subject ol home rule all around. Other member* of the house, while expressing sympathy with this attitude, do not feel justified iD overturning the Liberal government, especially as Lord Rosebery is pledged tc questions in which they are interested. The Irish Nationalists state that they do not feel as though they had any right to take part in the agitation over the leadership of the Lilieral party, but, strong in the past promises of the government and their own voting strength, they’ rely upon the government giving practical attention in due course to the Irish claim. KANSAS TRAMPS Manner of the Queen’s Announcement of Gladstones Retirement.Powder ROSEBERY TAKES THE REINS, NATURE OF THE OPPOSITION The Grand Old Man .Showered With Re-Brets at His Retirement and the New Premier CongratHinted — Part of Kimberly Offered the Pont of PoreiBO Secretary—-Talk of the Irreconcilable*.KNOWLEDGE London, March 5.—The manner iii which the queen announces the retirement of Mr. Gladstone to the people is interesting. It is contained in the court circular and is written by a court official. Every word of this circular is generally submitted to the queen in advance. The announcement is dated Windsor castle, March a. and begin*: “The queen, accompanied by her royal highness, Princess Beatrice, drove out yesterday afternoon.’’ Then follows a list of the arrivals at the castle, headed by the names of the children of the Duchess of Albany, Prince and Princess Henry of Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rightly used. The many, who live better than others and enjoy life more, with less expenditure, by more promptly adapting the world’s best products to the needs of physical being, will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy, Syrup of Figs. Its excellence is due to its presenting in the form most acceptable and pleasant to the taste, the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a perfect laxative; effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers ana permanently curing constipation. It has given satisfaction to millions and met with the approval of the medical profession, because it acts on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels without weakening them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable substance. Syrup of Figs is for sale by all druggists in 50c arni $1 bottles, but it is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only, whose name is printed on every package, also the name, Syrup of Figs. and being well informed, you will not accept any substitute if offered. Hammond tolerates wrestling matches and prizefights. Delaware county Prohibitionists have put a ticket in the field. James I*. Applegate, editor of the New Albany Ledger, is dead. Indianapolis had four incendiary fires Saturday nignt. Loss small. Vigo county fair at Terre Haute offers $85,000 in it*- speed department. Madison county Democratic primaries indorsed Congressman Bynum. Property to the amount of $40,000 was destroyed by tire in Morgantown. Miss May Hall was held up by an Indianapolis negro and robins! of $8. Hammond steel works strikers continue to riot upon slightest provocation. Harry Rhodes, West Indianapolis boy, arrested for making counterfeit pennies. Attorney General Smith has promised to file an itemized report with the governor. Joseph Richardson, an Indianapolis policeman, broke a leg by falling from the patrol wagon Ed Conway, well known local politician of Indian a (.tolls, bange* I himself to his l»ed-post. Despondent. George Walters, an old Indianapolis sa-loonist. attempted suicide as the result of an arrest for violating the laws. Gibson county furnishes the first conviction under the election briber!' law, which fixes a penalty of $300 and costs for attempting to control a voter. James Fulkerson, farmer near Lebanon, was assaulted at his barn by an unknown man after returning from town, where he had drawn considerable money. He was struck on the head with a club, hut his screams brought assistance and frigh se*, cd off his assailant. REBEL SHIP SUNK Transport Veil it* Went Down Under Fire I rom the It rn/ii inn Shore. Rio de Janeiro. March 5.—The reported sinking of the rebel transport Venus occurred on Friday, as previously rumored, and its commander ami ‘29 men went down with the vessel. She was lying off Porto M&damaand firing on the shore batteries, when a volley in response struck her amidship. A terrific explosion followed and the transport parted in half and soon sunk. It is generally lielieved that the insurrection here and in the south is virtually over. The reliels are losing at all points, and to an impartial observer the end of the long drawn out struggle is in sight. By far the most bloody battle that has been fought during the revolt took place early in tile morning of Feb. 9 at Arma-co mountain, when the insurgents lost 250 men. The entire rebel force was but 800. and the result is largely attributed to the fact that they became hors du combat b\ drinking a large supply of whisky on hand. EIGHT OUNCE BABY AN AUDACIOUS SALOONIST, He l*»it** t’p a Sign Advertising Beer and .Addresses It to Workingmen No Anxiety to Work on a stone file shot the Men Who Stole His Meat Choice Dispatches and State Notes. Indianapolis, March 5.—Three susceptible Indianapolitans, George Raper. Mrs. Hallie Atkinson and T. W. Fleming, have each devekqied an anxiety as to the whereabouts of Benjamin Davis. an old man who ingratiated himself into their esteem by stories of fabulous wealth and the subsequent making of three separate wills by which he bequeathed to the different individuals large landed estates. The old gentleman is said to have the best of the situation by reason of board, clothing and cash furnished by his alleged victims, whose suspicions have been aroused by the discovery of his readiness in making wills in favor of persons who extended him trivial favors. LENOVER GOT A REWARD He Also (int a Mullet Iii the Leg For Refusing to Divide It. Danville, Ills., March 5.—Lawsuits growing out of the murder of Henry Helmick never cease. There was a hot lawsuit among 20 contestants for the $500 reward offered for the arrest and conviction of the Helinick murderers. The court gave one-sixth of the reward to Farmer Samuel Lenover. On his arrival home with his money Lenover found waiting for him his brother-in-law, Alfred Beaumont, who claimed that he was justly entitled to one half of Lenover’s share because he bad given Lenover valuable {stinters. Lenover refused to relinquish any of the spoils. This angered Beaumont, who drew his revolver and shot Lenover in the leg. Saturday the jury nave Beaumont six months in jail for the offense.FURNITURE DESPONDENT BOOKKEEPERNo Charge for Embalming. 48 S. Main St., Carter Block. dwmoney to loanELLIOTT & OY ERION, Atty Southeast Corner Public Square, Darby s storeMONEY-ABSTRACTS. I~»*"in,Ie on ann. and cHy property .liege of partial nde on gilt edge funds. Abstracts K. corner Square. he most favorable terms. Money ready. jd on I adays. : Rooms 3 and 4. Union Block. -SPEC! Al BAKING POWDER. Awarded^tighesTHonors World’s Fair W. L. Douglas aMAf best in Powder The only Pure Cream cf T rtar Powder.—No Ammonia; No Alum. Used in Million? of Houses—-40 Yearn* th* Standard WALTER H. DAVIS, NO. t>, WALNUT ST. ;