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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - June 25, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOBT DAILY PHAROS 16TH YEAK WEDNESDAY EVENING JUNE 25 1890 SO 49 JOHN BRAYS Corner On New Sim Umbrellas New tiauze Underwear New Black Lawns and Orgaodies India Linens and Victoria Lawns THE FIGHT IS ON Illinois Republicans Put Up Men for Office A FuliStocktn all other lines of Warm Weather Goods p received fresh every day BARGAINS AMBEE5 FOE STATE TJIEASUKER Edwards Renniulnatetl for SujicHntend ent of Public McNultm Prc Over the Plat form Long Jones Has n Full but Lights on Mist Spoonor Pays u Flying Visit lltlcitt SPRISOFIELD Ills June Re publican state convention was called to order at noon yesterday and prayer was offered byRev T W Henderson committee xne only prise in the transaction of the business was the defeat of Long Jones for com mltteeman from the Sixth district His successful opponent was George S Roper of Rockford who got votts to 20 for Jones Jones had been the committee man for the Sixth district for twelve years and his defeat naturally created general surprise and discussion Selected for the State Committee The state central committee is com posed of the following gentlemen First district Pliny B Smith Second O J Chott Cook Third Henry L Hertz Cook Fourth E S Con way Cook Fifth S Frazier Kane Sixth George S Roper Wiunebago Seventh Thomas Diller Whiteside Eighth J C Fullerton LaSalle Xinth E A Wilcox Wopdford Tenth I C Edwards Peoria Eleventh Picton Koljerts Warren Twelfth TJ H Kenth Adams Thirteenth G H Paul gangsman Fourteenth E Blinn Lo James HClark Coles who put a good deal of politics into his Crawforu Seveil teenth H J Hamlin Shelby Eighteenth Henry Brueggiman Madison Nineteenth J Si Martin Marion Twentieth W S lihea Williamson New Line Improved iasoluic Stoves Large Line Natural Jits Stoves for lilt of Kbfrigpriitors Hunhome Kclrigerator Sidilinnls Fine Assortment of Mantles Grates and Cubinels Ice Creiini Water Coolers liutli Tubs Also a Ucnurnl of Sloven and Ilaniwari1 All kinds of Tin and Slate Rooting to onliT POSTER BAILEY No 41 Market Street Next to Krauts ISitrliur Shop urn Will Cure Your Hwaciache CHANTS S 12thSt Drue Store BEflL ESTflTE For sale 12 resiliences on Broailwav Far sale 10 resiliences ou Spear street sale X residences on North street For sale residences on Market street ior sale resiliences on Ninth and iCUventh streets For sale residences on Chippcwa and Mwtni streets For sale residences on Toledo anil streets For sale lots in all parts of the city and loiuted in desirable places for build inc For sale at it bargain lots on syca more street To trade farms for city property To tradestocks of dry goods fm farms To tnuli a desirable residence with two orchards To trade six lots sit Francisviile Iml for dty property or for a good farm will pay ths difference Wanted lots to sell in all parts of the city For particulars write or enquire of M M GORDON Pension find Heal Estate Agent Room No Elliott BlockLogansport hid address to the Throne of Grace The con vention was so pleased with the ingenuity of tho clergyman in making a stalwart prayer that they applauded vigorously Gen Martin made a short address in which ho referred to tho Democracy as having met in convention twenty days ago for tho purpose of nominating a Vloses to load them out of the wilderness Df defeat when they picked out this same Did Moses who led them to defeat two years ago Temporary Organisation Horace S Clark of Mattoon was pre jentod as the state committee selection for cmporary chairman and that action was unanimously confirmed by the delegates Mr Clark assumed his position and made a vigorous speech that was cheered to the ocho all through Charles A Partridge of joke was elected secretary with the fol lowing assistants J C Edwards Peoria John Lynch Hichland T L Gartner Madison J L Porter Oook A telegram was than read from Senator Cullom re gretting his inability to bo present and predicting Republican victory next fall IcSulta for Permanent Chairman The usual committees wore then ap pointed nnd recess taken to 3 p m at which hour the convention promptly as sembled The credentials committee re ported no contests and then the organization committee reported the following officers Chairman Gen John McNultn of McLean county secretaries C A Partridge of Lake George T Buckingham of Ver niilliou and L F Watson of Iroquois county reading clerk John T Lewis of Wurren county These announcements were received with enthusiastic cheers and a committee was sent out to notify Gen McNultn Tlio Chairmans Bemarks After some delay Gen McNnlta ap peared and was received with rousing cheers He made a short address in tho course of which he said J take it per haps that you may be able to announce that the Republican party leads tho van guard of civilization and education aud will insist upon the education of all its and that this can be dona without encroachment upon the civil or religious rights of the that at the same time it takes tho posi tion that tho people of America shall be shall be ed ucated to read and write the language of our country Wild npplnnse The Labor Question Referring to the industrial question he mid that the laborer was worthy of his iire and that his wages shall be paid at ieasonably short intervals and paid in Great applause and a voice That a right Paid in cash and not in trust money laid in his hands io thnt ho can go to the market where he an the moat for his money Ap pluuiie He then declared that the man who defeuded his country cim never be poor whUe his country is wealthy nnd that the government will not measure in weight or in numbers the debts that are paid in pensions He closed with an ex presiiion of thanks for the honor con ferred upon him Colored Men Kecognizcil After some debate two members at large were added to the central committee one being E H Morris of Cook county and the other Long Jones The next business entered upon was the nomi nation of a state ticket audit was resolved that no nominating speeches bo made so that it took less then flvo minutes to put the men who wanted to run for state treas urer before the convention Tho Ticket Selected Franz Amberg of Cook Conrad Se MAILSJDONT GO Nothing Goes on the Illinois Central Railway A TIEUP PBOM LAKE TO GULP Threatened Cnless the Company Fires Mr the Mail Train Jiil Not Leave Disputed Point TALK SPOILEDJTHE SCHEME The Story of the tower California Con spiracy Told ly a Conspirator SAX FnAXCtsco June G Smith governor general of the organized filibusters wliose attempted raid upon Lower California was recently exposed has returned to his southern home after I a weeks sojourn in this city Wliilehere he told the full story of the filibustering movement to a reporter of The Chronicle i Ele says that the English Colonization as to Bej 3ouipiiiy was at the bottom of the scheme tneen the Strikers and Superiutenlent j which was simply a revolution Maj Defense of HisCourse HANDSOME GOODS LARGE VARIETY FLANNEL SHIRTS Scott the general manager of the col onization company first broached the subject to him Smith at Sun Diego CHICAGO June to a late hour I gcottl is n member of the English Royal last night there was no change f Compromise MYSTERIOUS MOVEMENTS Senator Kuooncr Sfflid to Have Ileon II old ing Conferences MILWAUKEE Wis June 25Senator John C Spooner reached this city from Washington Friday evening and was closeted with Henry C Payne for sev eral hours At a late hour the two lunched at the Milwaukee club After the prolonged interview the senator snatched a few hours rest at the riankiuton bonne without register ing and left Saturday morning for Chi cago In that city he met Senator Far well and some Illinois and Wisconsin pol iticians Neither governor Hoard nor Horace Hublee of The Sentinel were in vited to the seance If any other Wiscon sin politicians were present the fact is not known except that somo Lutherans were present with whom a talk was had as to amendments to the Bennett law The Convention of Turners NEW Juno yesterdays ses sion of the Turner bund convention a res olution was adopted signifying its objec tion to any change in the presssnt immi gration laws and pledging its membert not to support any candidate for congress who did not so think Tho next bund and turnfest will bo held at Milwaukee in 1803 and the next convention at Washington City in 18JU The headquarters of the Turn bund will bo continued at St Louis Resolutions were adopted to agitate the Australian ballot reform system and the election of the president by a popular vote instead of by electors as at present livery County Hns a Candidate MANSFIELD O Juno 25 Demo cratic congressional convention the Fifteenth Ohio district bids fair to be a noted one in tho political history of the country Tho convention met fit 11 oclock yesterday morning and with but short in termissions was continuously in session until last night when after 150 bal lots had been taken without a nomination the convention recessed until Boclock this morning The nomination is equivalent to election and each of the six counties 1 the district has one or more candidates THE SENATE HUSTLES THINGS crest of Iroquoia George Brown of Fay Thren Appropriation ISills Passed Short Doings in tlui House WASHINGTON CITV June Cull gave notice in the senate yesterday that he would speak on the independence of Cuba boday The conference report on the naval appropriation was ngrcccl to and then the postoffice appropriation was taken up The senate amendments increase the amount of the bill about 300100 All the committee amendments were agreed to and the bill passed The consular and dip lomatic appropriation then came up and after amendment in a few particulars it was also passed were the senate bills to prevent collisions at sii Thd conference report on the general pension bill was agreed to The senate gives up the fight for two additional pension agents Tho senate then adjourned Springer was on bis fuot as soon as the house was in order calling attention to the fact that the speaker had referred the legislatise appropriation bill with senate amendments Monday without asking the bouse about the matter Tho speaker said he had simply followed the usual cus tom and Springer subsided Butterworth no change in the strike situation on the Illinois Central The strikers are firm and confident and scout the idea of any overtures on their part to the company Grand Master Wil kinson of the Brotherhood of Trainmen is here and the strikers expect him to order out the men on all divisions of the road Thu whole system will then be tied up from Chicago to New Orleans The railroad management sny they expect the men on sober afterthought to return to work and are making no en deavor to fill their places Suburbanites in thousands flocked home on crowded cable cars yesterday and 20000 people are discom moded Mail Not Huimlng The strikers told General Manager Beck yesterday morning There is only one car that can go out Mr Beck said they and that is the mail car We want it distinctly understood that we are not stopping the mails It was then about The St Louis express whfch is scheduled to leave the city at SAO had been standing on the track for over an hour At the start ing sigual had been given the engineer The train did not move I cant get out of the yards said the engineer The switches are all turned A Point of Importance Who is stopping the mail trains is a question that may have an important bearing on the strike Superintendent Sullivan appeared on the scene about a m Immediately he was surrounded by a crowd of trainmen and switchmen During the conference with the superin tendent others uncoupled the mail car from the remainder of tho St Louis ex press The train crews box was lifted from the baggage car to the rear platform of the mail car Tho bell cord was fastened to the handle of the box Tho airbrake valve was closed The rubber hose fastened to the rear railing A man then sigmieil to Striker Cole one of the leaders who was talking to Superintendent Sullivan That mail train is ready to leave Mr Sullivan said Mr Cole The mail cannot go without tho rest cf the train came the answer Now Who Is the Mails Well we want it distinctly understood that we arc not stopping the United States mnils But you arc stopping the mails e have no contract with the government to run mail trains Our contract is to carry mail on regular passenger trains You will not let the passenger trains out So yon are stopping the mails We are pow erless pshaw Mr Sullivan tho engineer of that train says he has orders not to go out He has orders not to go until his tram is ready It is not ready for it is not coupled It the passenger and baggage cars are coupled on it can go out No sir no passenger trains can RC out Horse of Another Color The men were determined thnt Snperiu tendent Russell must go I have told you said Mr Sullivan to the proposition that Mr Russell be Immediately removed that I should not act without nn investi gation first You yourselves complain be cause your associates were discharged without an investigation Would you have me discharge Mr Russell in the same way The Illinois Central it is stated will not discharge Superintendent Russell It is claimed that they use him for such work as lias brought upon him the odium of the men but which is not derogatory to his character in the least jnglneers and came to Lower California on a two years leave of absimcewiich has expired and he is on his way to India to join his regiment A 13lg Tiling for Smith Smith says Scott wanted a number of Americans to locate at Knsenada to take up residence there and become citizens of Mexico At the proper time an uprising 3f the people would take place arms and ammunition being previously smuggled into the territory from the United States An independent government was to be set up in Lower California with Knsenada as the capital I accepted Scotts proposi tion aud at his invitation made a trip to Lower California If the scheme had been carried out I would have made a clean 50IKH by the operation My printing of lice at San Diego I intended to remove to Knsenada where I was to start a daily aper that would be the official organ of le independent government I was to be lade governor general at a large salary Scott Talked Too Much Scotts request bofore I visited En enacia I saw Gen Edward Hill in San iego Gun Hill was with the Michigan oluntcers iu the war of the rebellion As e was expert in military affairs we looked pon him as a valuable man for Scotts ehemp lie accompanied me to Ensenada ml after looking over the ground we nth concluded that the scheme was feasi e It is my opinion that it would have oen a success bad not Scott taken so many nen Into his confidence He talked entirely oo much AND THE RELIABLE FLANNEL SACK COAT STYLES OTHER COATS SPRING SUITS In Great Varieties Made to Order Elegant pop Spring MADE TO ORDER HARRY G TUCKER 7he Pearl Street Taillor BUILDING m LOAN ASSOCIATION Of tvtmir tAIMTAI In tivr fiuh par vrtlin MSIM No I liXI S uuv inimdily payimmts No Tnoruls No l Slmrfs 1iliI in ailvaivo Xn liivrstimllt Sllttlf Money liMiiictl oil Hrst inorifnuro winruy ttnly Iloirrnvfrs nneivo full amount of loan DfU rHirNOATlON Economy Profit Equity Wo know Hat wrimsiMit thimost Plan in KxisliMKH N vesto for ISonxwer niul In owners mxl IMrortorsi Prvaiiliiit HON A ViifPrtsiiltiit KKSSKTT ftvrctary N K RimnK Trtisnivr CH vs A linns I nion N I 1 Hank lHWSir M OWVKI K H llASSIKIt H1nil Aireut B K WoiHmusr HimifOtlic Iliiililiiiir St U AxX It K IHTlKH llifSpear Si JAMES J SHAFFREY County Airvnt mul oUoctor Olitv opposite iwirt house Otlke open daily in to 4 p m Call or wrin tor pur FURNITURE PRICES THE LOWEST Our Designs None but the Best Workmanship Allowed to Leave our Salesroom etto Cicero J Lindley of Bond and J C Willis of Massac were the nominees for treasurer The first ballot resulted Am berg 410 Undley 2X Willis TS Brown 73 and Secrest 131 A stampede took plaoe ou the next ballot Aiuberg getting V13 to Lindley 138 and the nomination was made unanimous Richard Edwards the present Incumbent was nominated by ac clamation for superintendent of public instruction and C G Neeloy and W A Mansfield of Cook and Charles Bonuett ot Coles were selected for truestees The Declaration of Principles The platform was adopted with a hur rah It declares for a free ballot and hon est count and Indorses the Australian bal lot law and the national election law no nr before congress opposes trusts and declares that corporations should not be al lowed to make more than a reasonable per cent ou their capital and that watered stocks are robbery reaffirms the civil serv ice plauk in the national platform favors both gold and silver for money indorses protection approves the disability pen sion bill favors practical efforts to abate this evils of intemperance approves tho new rules adopted by tho national house of representatives and their enforcement by Speaker Keod and indorses the nn 3Uft and state administration The School Finnic The reference to the school question is i follows We recognize the American r ablic school system as the chief agency 11 securing intelligent citizenship aud the chief bulwark of popular liberties and we declare in favor of a compulsory edu cation law which will guarantee to all the children of the state ample opportunity of acquiring such nn elementary education us will lit them for the intelligent per formance of civic and political duties when they reach the age of manhood But we are at the same time opposed to any arbitrary interference with the right of or guardians to educate their children at private schools no matter where located and we favor the amend ment of tho existing compulsory educa tion law so as to conform to the declara tions herein set forth and also the repeal of so much of said law as provides for pub lic supervision over private schools7 The Court Clerkships The following nominations were made for supreme and appellate court clerkships First grand court A H Taylor First appellate district John McKenna Seccod appellate C C Duffy Southern grand court Theodore Bromley Fourth appellate Meffort Central grand Supreme court J J Finn Third appel late L C Murphy Jones TLeft Ont The congressional districts met daring the morning and selected members of reported on the Mil recommending disa greement in several important amend ments This report was agreed to and a conference ordered Then McKinley got the floor and offered a resolution that the house immediately consider the silver bill and that at 2 p ra today the previous question shall be considered as ordered There was some opposition by Demo crats but the resolution was adopted and the talk began and continued until p in when the house adjourned A CONFERENCE WITH SULLIVAN THE TWIN CITY CENSUS FIGHT Detect Ire MiisoiiTs Charges Denied All MIISOBS Clin im MINNEAPOLIS Jtinn June chief item of interest in the census yester day was the preparation of the affidavits of Ed A Stevens and T S Dickey the gentlemen who had charge of the Busi ness Mens Bureau of Information and against whom the detective Mason made serious charges in hid affidavit of Satur day Stevens affidavit states that he was ensaged to take charge of the buremu of information or ganized by business men of the city to assist in securing a full aud com plete count The bureau simply looked np and located residents of Minneapolis who were out of the city traced workmen who properly belonged here and assisted in getting tin names of that large class of people whom it was extremely difficult for the enumerators to find He says that nothing was done in the dark and every thing openly aud aboreboard Dickeya affidavit is of the same nature Surrendered to tUe Strikers NEW YORK June Popkius Marks members of the association of the cloak firms surrendered yesterday morning to the terms of the locked out workmen The latter will go back to work at once and will be paid in full for the time they iave been out This breaks the bacfc of the lockout and it Is only a short lime when the other firms will yield Franfc Collier Iocise Again CHICAGO June Frank Collier se cured his freedom yesterday Judge Col Tho Strikers JIuke Tlieir Charges Ajftlnst llasscll anil Ho neplies At 3 p in yesterday Superintendent Sul livans office was crowded with the strik ers committee which had come to make its charges against Russell who was also present In brief the spokeman said that j Russells position was offensive to the men He was uncourtecius to them when they were obliged to enter his office on the companys business was uncivil and impolite to them on every occasion and in several instances had Insulted employes by questioning both their honesty and ve racity He had discharged a conductor without cause Russells Reply to the Charges To this broad though indefinite charge Mr Russell entered a general denial He said he eiimed to treat the men kindly and with consideration anti never thought lessly or otherwise offended or insulted them Concerning the conductor he had caused to lie discharged he said that he was out on out of the remote branch lines and having left his passes at his hotel and bvinc unknown to the conductor thought it best to pay the small fare between his stations rather than ask the conductor to CAINE SH1FTSTHE ISSUE a DoS Not to His fmisl iUniits on Hit1 License Oiurstioii loxiins Tune election address ssued by Caine the Unionist member for iarrowinFurness who resigned his seat Monday night rind is seeking reelection ii an anti compensation platform is of a hnrafter that has caused surprise iniotuc all parties From the tone of his ildresu to bis constituents it is evident that Caine is piviii the way for his re turn to the Liberal fold where he will bo lenrtily welcomed It is especially no ticeable that he does not go to his constit nts on the liquor iwnp nlotie but makes i bid for Home Rule support A ftlndstonc 1luiilc in Ills Platform He expresses his conviction thnt the errors into which the Liberal party were led by their desire to do justice to Ire land have been remedied that the de fective portions of the plan of home rule have been eliminated from the schemeand that the principles of that programme will be accepted by the people nt the next srenerffl elections Nothing stronger than this declaration of Liberal principles could be expected from one of flhidstones most steadfast followers ami this together with his consistent opposition to the gov ernments compensation scheme should secure to him the undivided Gliulstoninn vote in his district The Conservatives will nominate a candidate to contest Caincs seat and the Unionist leaders have decided to support the Tory SHE WAITED FOR HIM A Krnnnuco That Took Twenty Years to Work Itself Out XEW YORK June years ago there arrived in Raoul France a young man namedLucien Dnvean the son of wealthy parents Lucien wns 3o when he fell desperately in love with Millie Viola Rougraim the village belle A storm arose between the lovers before nuptial day lie went to Havre and thence to this couitryvind finally mar ried an estimable Frenchwoman He pros pered in business and Uiamu welltodo Two years ago his wife died and left him and childless Viola Never A short tini In1 Iwirnl I lint Viola hil iuVtjr m iriied but liail remained true to her hiviforIurien Iu opened n cor ilh Violn in i Tilcsdny it oiliu n middnvajied French man uilh n silk f wmmd uronnd iiis arm Ior ideiitiMcalion stood itiiL fertile from the steam er L1 Xoioiaidn i li registered Lucien and Vioii met aiil lft to have the old engagement consummated by a clergy man ROBERT KREUZSERGER LOGANSPORT IND Wholesale Dealer and Importer of Wioes and tips The undersigned begs to advise his friends and patrons that heamoved his place of business to his new elegant building The Kreuzberger Block corner Ma ket and Third large Stock of the Choicest Domestic and Imported Wines and Uquors has been Increased of late and it will give me great pleasure to show my friends and patrons the vast Salerooms and Capacious Cellars which I dare say are sec ond to none within the radius of hundreds of miles Thanking you for the kind favors shown to me 1 beg for a continuation of the same and assure you that my aim shall be ro execute your orders to the fullest satisfaction Very Respectfully Yours Domestic Office Tho Pooplo of Cass county know all about office Tho people know wo sell the Sewing Machine that gives such good satisfaction The people know wo sell them on excellent terms so that the poor have a Domestic as well as the rich Tho people know that we sell Needles and repairs for every kind of Seeing Machines ever made That Whitsetts Sewing Machine Oil is Perfection The Domestic office is bragged on by everybody 529 Broachvay the Old Stand R B WHITSETT Propr SPRING AND The 15nslmSs rortion IJurncd ALBUQUKHQUK N M June Cerillios X M a town about fifty miles from this place the entire business part was almost entirely burned Monday night causing n loss estimated at fWO Cornell Freshmen NEW LoMON Cunn June5 The Yale CornellColumbia fivsbmens boat race on the Thames last evening was won by Cornell time Yale nri is Miinnimous in opposition to the bill but as nothing could be done against a united Republican majority it was thought to be break a rule in passing him without the useiess to hold a caucus required pasteboard He asked the fare and was told it was SI which he paid Ar riving at his destination he told of the incident is a joke on himself and was told that he was ahead 23 cents as the fare be tween the two points was 8123 Result of an Investigation He thought it strange th at the conduc tor had not asked for ths full amount and returning to his office some two weeks afterward sent to the auditors office for the conductors trip report on that date It had not been turned in and the auditor reported that the conductor in question was very derelict in tho matter of trip re ports Several demands were made from the general offices for tllie report and final ly after five weeks had passed it was re ceived tmt in it no mention was made of cash fares collecteii An investigation was had and it was demonstrated that the conductor was leaiiing a fast life and ssealiag from the company This inves tigation was made by the passcntrer de partmeiit and tie dismissal of the con ductor that followed was not of Mr Rus sells doing at all So Progirmw Towmril Settlement ilr Russell also denied all the other lins releasing him from the custody of the officers the eastern Illinois hospital for three weeks expressing the opinion that j quite plain that the companys officials he needed rest The eccentric lawyer then did not consider that a case had been made oat against Russell an i it was just as easy to see that they meant 10 stick by him strike or no strike Tine men were urged to resume the anbuibau service but positively infused beg leave to announce to my patrons and the public n general that my NEW STOCK of SPRING and SUMMER STYLES is now Complete Mv past Standard for FirstClass vVork will be Maintained Thanking you for past favors 1 Remain Yours Truly distributed a lot of 23eerit cigars nnd lelt the courtroom in high glee Mr conducted hisi own case ana am it SKUI fully Mrs Wliiini Waldorf Astor of the best maidolin players in the Four Hundred of New York tor his master CASTOR IA for Infants and Children K well tochnirestiat 1 eciree I recommend it superior to prescription I known to me H t Amcasii JL B I gertion HI So Oxford St Brooklyn NY I Without Tai CETTACU OomMjnr iltreet y V EDELWE1S Equal to any Imported Beer Made Delight ful Beautiful Try THE GOS 1 Its superior excellence proven in mitljonftof homes for more than a quarter of a century Jt is used by the Cnitcd States Government En dorsed by the tieadsof the great Universities as the Strongest Purestand most Healthful Dr Prices Baking Powder does nol contaic Ammonift Lima or Alum Sold only tooiis PRICK BAKUW POWDSRCO K2W York Edelweis Beer made from the B38t Im ported Hops and the Finest Select Hop Malt to be had Warranted Pure arid Old On Draught in all Places ToDq   

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