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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - June 20, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOBT DAILY PHAROS 16THYEAE FEIDAY EVENING JUNE 20 1890 30 45 JOHM BRAYS Corner On New Sun Umbrellas New iauze Underwear New Black Lawns and Orgawlies New India Linens and Victoria Lawn A FullStockin all other lines of Warm Weather Goods p y received fresh overy day WENT DEMOCEATIC The Silver Bill Changes Major ities in the House A EOT FIGHT AGAINST EEPEEENCE BARGAINS New Une Improved Oasulim Stoves Line Natural Clas Btoves for Summer Uac Big Line of Refrigerators Handsome Refrigerator Sidcloards Fine Assortment of Mantles Orates and Cabinets Ice Crenrn Freezers Water Coolers Bath Tubs Also a General Line nf Stoves and Hani ware All kinds ot Tin find Slute Rooting done to order POSTER BAILEY No 41 Market Street Next to Krauts Barber Shop Will Cure Your Headache GENTS a AT RftRLZIlTS 12thSt Dtuer Store RFflL ESTflTE For sale 12 resiliences on Broad wav For sale 10 residences on Spear street For sale 35 residences on North street For sale 3 residences on Market street For sale resiliences on Ninth and Eleventh streets For sale residences on Chippcwa and Mismi streets For sale residences on Toledo and Haea utreets For sale lots in nil parts ot the city and located in desirable places for buiki For sale at a bargain lots on Syca more street To Irade farms for city properly To iraiic stocks of dry goods foi farms To trade a desirable residence with two orchnnla To trade six lots at Francisville Ind for cily property or for a good fnrm will pay ln 8 difference Wanted lots to sell in all parts of the city for particulars write OT enquire of M M GORDON PonsLon nnd Kent EslMe Agent Kooni No 3 Klliotl Block Lognnsport lud Resulting In a State of Affairs That Sag Kcntt the Query Wberts Are Wo Now the Vutos However Carried by the Speakers Defense of Ills Warm De Capital City Notes WASIHNOTOJT CITY June was a great day in the house for the silver men The fight over the reference of the silver bill began as soon as the journal had been read and was kept up until ad journment at 7 p the result being a Democratic victory the Democrats being reinforced by seven free coinage Repub licans After the immediate consideration tnovefl by Bland had beea voted down Wednesday the chair instructed the clerk to record the silver bill referred to the committee on coinage weights and meas ures This was pizen to the free coinage men as that committee IB opposed to free coinage and they girded up their loins and prepared to make it interesting for the speaker when the house again con vened The first gun was Qred wlien the journal had been read as ia customary the clerk omitting certain routine matters among which was the silver bill reference Upon Mills objecting tho speaker directed the full reading which was done A Lively Scene to licglii With Then McKinley who with Mills was watching for recognition caught the speakers eye and moved the approval of tho journal demanding the previous question Mills protested and Springer got excited and shouted out to the speak er You can ignore the rights of repre sentative of the people but the people will put you down at the polls next No vumbcr and your party with you This was rapturouslyapplauded by the Demo crats The speaker remained calm and thi vote was taken resulting in eleven majority again the previous question thus refusing to approve the journal The Re publicans who refused to vote with their party were Bartine of Nevada Dehaven of Calliornin Kelly of Kansas Kerr of Iowa Llutl of Minnesota Morrow of California arid Townsend of Colorado Applause by thu Democrats Mills Moves n Correction When the applause had ceased the speaker recognized Mills who offered a resolution that the order of reference made by the speaker of the silver bill to the committee on coinage weights and meas ures was incorrect under the rules of the houiie and was made without authority under the rules and resolving that the journal be corrected by striking tho entry from it Cannon raised the point of or der that the resolution proposed to strike out an entry which recorded a question of fact which point Mills characterized as the most absurd and reckless position he had over seen a man take He declared that the house kept the journal not the speaker Springerclaimedthat the house had the right to revise tho journal and said that the purpose of the reference was to prevent tho house voting on the bill Makes a Point Bulterworth said that the resolution of fered recited that a certain thing was done that it was done erroneously and that because it was clone erroneously it wan not done ut all Laughter He cou teuded that uuder the rules the speaker was authorized to make the reference The resolution rebuked the speaker for con forming to the plain letter of the rules and to vote for it meant to unhorse the Republicans and put the Democrats in the saddle Anderson though a free coinage man supported the speakers rul ing and iu reply to a question Conger chiiirman of the coinage committee said he had no intention of preventing silver legislation JMscussIng the Cannon replying tothe assertions of the Dsmocrats that tho Republican loaders would not permit a vote on free coinage said The majority am do anything it de sires Derisive Democratic laughter The discussion proceeded at great length as to whether the speaker was right in his reference of the bill muier the rules Prec edents were cited on both sides Mills said that his point wins that the bill un der the rules was on tho speakerstable to be disposed of by the house andBreck inriiige of Kentucky declared that the speakers action was not erroneous but il legaland consequently other uamunwiry uiw it was proposeu K erase from the journal a question of fact While he chair might have some doubt about the point of order he felt that it was question which the house ought to deter mine He would therefore overrule the point of order and submit the question to the house The Result of the Voting Then the voting began Cannonmoved to table Mills resolution 118 nays Carter DeHaven Ewart Kelly Morrow and Townsend of Colorado Republicans voting with the Democrats Mills resolution was then agreed 121 nays 118 McKinley changed his vote so as to move a recon sideration which he did but Mills moved to lay tho motion on thu table which also 121 nays 114 J2udorsed the Speaker After AH Mills then asked to withdraw the pre amble which recites that the order of reference made by the speaker referring the silver bill to the committee oneoinage weights and measures was incorrect un der the rules of the house and done with out authprity under said rules McKin kiy objected and the question recurred on the adoption of the preamble It was lost yeas 119 nays 121 Republican ap plause Springer moved the approval of the journal as amended pending which on motion of McKinley the house ad journed Wliere Are We Now Anyhow The result of the struggle is in doubt Every one ia nskiag VIThere is the silver bill Republicans say it is still in the committee on coinage weights and meas ures while the Democrats declare it has been recailed from that committee and placed upon the speakers table whence it may be taken by a majority vote for con sideration The chances are that Heed will hold thu bill to be still in the hands of the coinage committee and that the bitter struggle will be renewed In that event the speaker is likely to be sustained It was noteworthy yesterday that Paysou and the more conservative silver Republicans voted steadily with the speaker showing that the terms of the compromise on a liberal silver bill are still in force The outlook is that the speaker and the president together will be able to defeat the senate bill and put in its place the measure coining 4500000 ounces per month STANLEY IS HAPPY The Great Explorer Lauds Salisburys Diplomacy HE SOUNDS A PffiAH OP PKAISE THE MEN NOT ALL DEAD AN OFF DAY IN CONGRESS Tlio United States BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Of Ootroit Midi i CAPITA in of eUii jnir viz Class No 1 00 pet S in re monthly iMiyiiiiMits No J 75centsporShine No I Sharps paid for in advance 5 Investment Shares Mi IIPV loaned on tlrst tnorHroiO security nn Horrovvers receive full amount of loan No premium OlH FOlNIlATlON Security Economy Profit Equity vw know that we present the most Equitable ill Kxtstcnee Ixith for Hoirover tind In vestor mitl IIMrcrtftra ProiMcnt Hos A HOWKII VtcPrpsiiliit WM C riKSSKTT Secretary N K UimiiK Ajtt H F BiTTiKU 1MC Spear 8t JAMES J SHAFFREY County Ajreut anil Collector Office opposite house Ollice open dully to 4 p in Call or write for par titularg FURNITURE PHICtS t LOWEST Our Designs Kone but the Best Workmunship Allowed to Leave our Salesroom J I words Mills was right and instead of the bill having been referred it was still on tho table Speaker llecils Statement Then the speaker began to talk He said he desired the memlers of the house to di vest themselves of thu idea that auy un usual proceedure had taken placo in con nection with this bill The reference of bills of thiskind and in this way had been a daily occurrence since the adop tion of the present rules The chair de sired also that the house should know that this particular transaction did not take place in n comer In the regular course of business tha journal clerk had informed the speaker that among the list of bills to bo referred under tho rules to appropriate committees was the silver bill with senate amendments Blaml Springer Consulted The speaker had been asked whether he had any particular direction to make in regard to it Knowing the bill to be one of grave public importance and anxious that he should have nil possible light on the subject the chair had consulted the Democratic members of the committee on ules Blount and and the gentlemen from Missouri and Illinois Bland and not for the pur icse of throwing auy responsibility upon hem but in order thiit he might benefit by any light they might bo able to give 4fter conversing with those gentlemen t had seemed clear to the chair that the rules of the house covered the question and that his duty wfls to treat the bill as le would treat any other measxxre Ac cordingly the clerk was uot directed to make any change in regard to the refer ence The Question of Beforenee Did this bill contain provisions which under the rules ought to be considered in committee of the whole t There was a pro vision in the original house bill by which certain bullion was to be purchased and certificates issued thereon The senate amendment was ail amendment for free coinage and for thia an appropriation was made If anything was clear in parlia mentary law It was that this bill was of thOM which wouM be properly consid ered in committtw of the whole and this being so it was tha obvious duty of the chair to refer it iu theSHHIO manner in which hundreds and thousands of bills had been referred dtiring the present ses lion Caunous Poitut Overruled The point of order raised by the gentle man from Illinois Cannon put the chair In an embarmialnff position because the propoewlaetlon of the house was a declar Very Little Done In the Senate The Kouse Corrects the Journal WASHINGTON CIJTY June the Envoiable report of a few bills and the in troduction uf a few no general in the senate yesterday Cameron offered a resolution a substitute for Quays offered Wednesday in the matter of the serjeantatarms Camerons reso lution provides for the employment of an additional pnge during the preseut session iu order to get around the discharge oi the page Quay is making the fight about Both resolutions were referred The leg islative executive and judicial appropria tion wa then taken up but laid aside aid a presidential veto of the bill to change thj boundaries of the Umcom pahgre reservation received The remain der of the session was devoted to eulogies on Representatives Wilbur and Nxitting of Aevv York The whole day in the house was spent in a successful effort to correct the journal in regard to the refer ence to the coinage weights and mfarurcs committee of the silver bill Enough Republicans voted with the Dem ocrats to strike tho reference of the bill from the record The Republicans so vot ing were Bartine Carter Do Haven Ew art Kelley Morrow and Townseud of Colorado Iteport on the National Election law WASHINGTON CITY June re port the on the elec tion of president and vice president on the national election bi 11 refersto the sec tion of the constitution which provides that the times pliices and manner of holding elections for senators and repre sentatives shall be prescribed in each state by the legislature thereof but the congress may at anytime bylaw make or alter such regulations except as to the place of choosing senators as full authority for the billaud justifies the legislation on tlie ground that whether correct oV not there is an impression abroad in the land that in many congressional districts the elections are not fair The committee says however that the evidence is abundant that the above impression is correct railAmerican Customs Union WASHINGTON CITY June presi dent transmitted to congress yesterday the report and recommendations of the international conference on custom union together with a letter from Sec rotary Blaine stating the advantages In trade which would accrue to the United States from such a union The secretary suggests the idea of subsidizing lines ships to South American ports and guard edly intimates that it would be well for congress to put into the tariff bill a pro vision that whenever any of the South American republics admit United States products free the United States will ad mit the products from those republics free into this country also And Glorifies tfcie Wisdom In Conducting tho Negotiations Regarding Empire lor tho British Inclined to Kirk Play Another Trick and Give the a Close Call LoxftoN June M Stanlej in replying to an address presented to him at Berwick yesterdny took occasion to refer to the recently consummated negotiations between Great Britain and Germany on African territorial affaire Stanley un qualifiedly glorified the wisdom of Lord Salisbury which in its exercise had re sulted in the addition of 500000 square miles of territory to the British empire Stanley said that instead of being called upon to intone the doleful jeremiad he could cheerfully sound a ptean of praise in honor not only of the happy outcome Anglo German negotiations but of the premier who hiid made the result possi ble The RenllKalltm of a Great Bream Continuing Stanley said that the reali sation of the trreat dream of those who had been and weretingaged in the work of ex ploring and civilizing the African conti nent from the Cape of Good Hope to Cairo now became a possibility God he added bad given the premier wisdom to oct to this end and long might he live nourish He felt confident that if he could muster all of the chiefs of the region that England has acquired they would ac quiesce The date of the agreement would be a redletter day in the African calen dar If Pemba alone were put upon the market he saidl it would bring ten times as much as Heligoland He thought the mayor ought to call a meeting to congrat ulate Lord Salisbury Heligoliinden Dont 11 ko It The inhabitants of Heligoland who are all Germans are filled with dismay how ever at the prospect of being handed over to Germanys rule with the inforced mil itary service and other arbltary conditions which the transfer will impose iipon them and the tide of protest against the cession of their territory has set in strong ly The emigration of its inhabitants on so large a scale as to virtually depopulate the country is already threatened as a re sult of parliamentiary ratification of the provisions of Lord Salisburys settlement EntouilMMl at Dmibar Heard Kroia Stendfcut DITKBAB Pa June Man ager Hazzard was seen late lost evening You may say he said that there men down in the mine alive They have been heard from We do not expect to reach them till 2 or 3 oclock tomorrow morning They will be taken care of The Catholic priests are down in the mine at the present time They will stay there till the opening is made I have ordered a corps of physicians to be at hand ready tor anything We dont want to let the people know outside because the excite ment would be too great We will reach the men Waiting tQ Welcome Her Husband Of the hundreds who have gone through all phases of hope to despair there is one whose steadfast faith has been more than encouraging event when the affair looked the blackest David Davis an old Welsh miner was at one time intombed nine days in a mine in Cornwall and his wife never gave np She remembers that day and should David Davis ever emerge from the mines here he will find a woman calm ly awaiting at the tloor to welcome him She patiently repeats to all visitors that Davy will come and no amount of reason ing or argument will make her believe that her husband is not alive and hoping for hia final return toher as placidly as she awaits his coining TWO BADJNDIAN BOYS OMB of Them Sliot While Engaged In a Reprehensible Enterprise SIIAWNEETOWN I T June Two In dian boys at the government school for Indian children were suspected by Profes sor Harvey of paying clandestine visits at night to the apartments of two Indian girls The professor a few nights ago armed himself with a doublebarreled gun and watched for the boys They soon made their appearance and started to climb into the girls room by means of a rope ladder The processor called on them to stop but they only climbed the faster The professor then shot at them inflicting a very serious wound on one of them The Shawnee Indians are very much excited over the matter LARGE VARIETY FLANNEL SHIRTS AND THE RELIABLE FLANNEL SACK COAT OTHER jfftfil STYLES COATS SPRING SUITS In Great Varieties Made to Order Elegant por Spring MADE TO ORDER HARRY G TUCKER THE TRICKY HOME RULER in Its Boots Lyimui Asks a New Hearing WASHINGTON June Serv ice Commissioner Lyman who was cen sured by the house committee which in vestigated the charges against the com mission has stated to a member of the committee that he considers the findings of the committee unjust and has requested the committee to allow him to appear be fore it and make ill statement He will probably be heard Plumbers Elect Officers DENVER Colo June plumb ers national convention has elected the following named officers President Rob ert Griffith of Chicago vice president Joseph A McDonald of Kew York sec retary Joseph K Allcock of Chicago treasurer J Lyons of Brooklyn The next annual convention will be held in Cincinnati Opposed Medical Examining Boards WAtJKESRA Wis June tion of legislation relating to the make up of state boards of medical examination was disposed of yesterday in the Ameri can Institute of Homeopaths in session here A resolution recommending state boards for each school of medicine was lost and the old resolutions against any and all eiamiuing boards indorsed Challenged to fight a Duel AUGUSTA Ga June H D IX Twiggs who recently made a speech at Waynesboro in furor of Congressman Barnes bus challenged T E Watson a congressional aspirant to fight duel on account of severe language used in reply ing to Twigjts Watson says he is no duelist bnt that he will defend him self Colorado Silvnr Association DESTEB Colo June meeting of the Colorado Silver association was held and resolutiions were adopted favoring Iiree coinage and op posing bullion adToeat ing the retirement jjt those MDaton and Be Makes the Cabinet Shake for a Time LONDON June the house of com mons last night Smith stated in reply to a question regarding the transfer of Heligo land to Germany that conditions hart been inserted in the agreement which re moved the inhabitants A bill he said would be introduced to ratify the cession A Ruse of the Parnellitos The house having gone into committee on the licensing bill the chairman moved that the first clause applping to the purchase of licenses stand as part of the bill Storey Home Ruler did not re sume his speech which was interrupted on Tuesday ami the question was put without debate A division was taken and the clause was carried br the narrow majority of 4 the vote being 228 to 224 The Conservatives cheered the result but their cheerswere drowned by the triumph ant shouts ot the opposition at the narrow escape of the government The Unexpected Happened It is not at all the custom of Home Kul ers to curtail their speeches in fact it is just the other way and the government did not expect Storey to forego the pleas ure so dear to the opposition of hearing themselves talk and Smith voiced the feelings of the ministry when he said that Storey had not finished his speech when the debate was last adjourned and it was thought he would continue it therefore the government had not been prepared for an immediate division Iiigenuoufl Mr Storey Storey thought Smith was never satis fied Long speeches he regarded as ob structions and no speeches was taking the government by surprise The oppo sition made the most of their advantage and Gladstone advised the withdrawal of the bill So did T P OConnorwith well dissembled solicitude for the feelings of the Conservatives but Smith said the business would go right on and the tem porary character of the Home Rule move was plainly indicated in later divisions under closure and reporting progress on the bill when the government obtained majorities respectively of 53 and 43 France Sticks a Finger in the Pie PARIS June Deloncle gave no tice in the chamber of deputies yesterday of an interpellation in regard to the Brit ish protectorate of Zanzibar which he said he considered a violation of the An gloFrench declaration signed by M Thoavenel and Lord Cowley in 1832 pledging mutual noninterference in Zan zibar and the independence of the sultsin totvhich agreement Germany adhered in 1866 Tlie Uasc Bull Thumpers CHICAGO June scores made on the base ball field yesterday were as fol lows League At 8 Philadelphia 0 and Clements Terry and HushongAt Cin 4 Chicago2 batteries and Kiltriilge Duryen and Ktenau At game Pltts burg9 Cevelaml 2 and Zimmer Will Gumbort and Decker second game Cleveland 7 Pittsburg 1 and Zlinmer Zeigler Sowders and Decker Brotherhood At New York 12 Philadelphia 2 and Vaughn Cunningham and Cross At 1H Buffalo 8 bat Gilvin and Carroll Keefe and Mack At 20 Cleve land and Farrell McGill and Snydur No gamo at Boston Western At Paul 5 Minneapolis 11 at Sionx 1 Sioux City 4 Tho Pearl street Talllor ROBERT KREUZBERGER LOGANiSPORT IND Wesale Dealer and Importer of Wm and Liprs The undersigned begs to advise his friends and patrons that he iemoved lils place of business to his new elegant building The Kreuzberger Block corner Ma ketand Third streets and 413 and 415 Third street My large Stock of the Choicest Domestic and Imported Wines and Liquors has been Increased of late and It will give me ereat pleasure to show my friends and patrons the vast Salerooms and Capacious Cellars whtch I dare say are sec ond to none wlchin the radius of hundreds ot miles Thanking you for the kind favors shown to me I beg for a continuation of the same and assure you that my aim shall be to execute your orders to the fullest satisfaction Very Respectfully Yours Russia Adopting Protection LONDON June dispatch from Moscow is published by The Standard in which the customs officials are represented to have received sealed instructions or dering them to increase the duties on im ports into Russia It is reported that the duties on English hardware and cotton ynrn will be increased from 80 to 40 jer cent above the rates now imposed Bismarck In Robust Health BERLIN Jane Bismarck in formed a depntation of citizens of Dnsjsel dorf who waited on him at Frederichsruhe yesterday that bis health was excellent He had wished be said to remain in of flee to the end of his days hut he was not allowed to Now he desired privacy and hoped the people wooM leave him alone The Cholera ia Valencia Spain MADRID June sanitary com misaion investigating the extent of the cholera in tlw province of Valencia re porta that it has found eighty cases forty of which are Mrioua There were two deaths and two new cues at Bergicmin yesterday France to Dicker LOSDOS JTJM is stated that France will probably admit the principle of exchanging flahery rights in New foundland in return for absolute control in Slam and Madagascar A Valley Forjce Celebration NOKBISTOWX Pa June evacua tion of Valley Forge by Washingtons army was celebratedin a fitting manner here yesterday by the Patriotic Order of America The day was regarded by people of Nofristown and UM surrounding towns m a part holiday and btutnesa wus Storm Havoc In South Dakota MINNEAPOLIS June Tribunes Huron S D special says Private tele grams froui tlie scene of the cyclone and cloudburst near Appomattox Potter county give additional particulars and add three to the death list making a to tal of eleven Two others are fatally and three severely injured The loss to the stock and crops is heavy An hour after the cloudburst the Little Cheyenne river usually very shallow raised twentyfive feet the water rushing down the valley carrying everythinglin its path Nearly every house in the valley was swept away Got What He Deserved CONSTANTINE Mich June time ago the wife of Henry Harvey of this place secured a divorce and was granted as alimony sixty acres of land and a house and lot in the village Harvey bore the loss of his wife with considerable forti tude but did not take kindly to the loss of his real estate Wednesday he went to Mrs Harveys home and it is claimed kicked her She drew a revolver and shot him below the left shoulder blade HU condition is critical The Republicans of Vermont MoNTPELiEn Vt Hepub blican state convention yesterday nomi nated the following state ticket Governor C S Paige lieutenant governor H A Fletcher secretary of state C W Brow nell Jr auditor E G Powell treasurer H H Feld The platform is a general indorsement of the national and state ad ministrations The Life Underwriters BOSTON June the national con vention of life underwriters yesterday C H Ferguson of the Mutual Life Insurance company of Chicago was elected a mem ber of the executive committee Detroit was selected as the place of the next an nual meeting which will take place on the third Wednesday in June They John Most NEW YORK June Most entered a meeting of the striking cloakmakers last night with a few of his adherents who began to shout Most MostI1 President Simon of the CloakMakers union asked the police to eject Most which they did at once without ceremony Ko man Is a free man who a TM for his master WHITSELTTS Domestic Office The People of Cass county know all about office The people know we sell the Sewing Machine that gives such good satisfaction The people know we sell them on excellent terms so thait the poor have a Domestic as well as the rich The people know that we sell Needles and repairs for every kind Machines ever made Wednesday waa 1 Ulne Oil Is Perfection The bagged on by everybody 529 Broadway R Propr nt SPRING AND beg leave to announce to my patrons and the public In general that my NEW STOCK of SPRING and SUMMER STYLE1S Is now Complete Mv past Standard tor FirstClass Work will be Maintained Thanking you for past favors I Remain YoursTruly JACOB HE1KZ CREAM ao weU adapted tocMdrenUiat I Cwtnte Colte H A Asfflsn JL D I 111 Bo Oxtotf 81 Brooklyn HT Without iaJ Onnuinr W Murray Stnet J its superior excellence proven in of homes for more than a quarter of a eantnrjlt M need by the United States Government Bn doned tbeJieade ofthe great ajitheStronirat Purest and snort Dr Cnwn rmrOft not or Alum EDELWE1S Equal to any Impor1ed Beer Made Delight full Beautiful Try OR Edelweis Beer made from the Best ported Hops and the Finest Select Malt to 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