Logansport Pharos Tribune, June 8, 1896

Logansport Pharos Tribune

June 08, 1896

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Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - June 8, 1896, Logansport, Indiana e i THE LOGANSPORT PHAROS 21ST YEAR MONDAY EVENING JUNE 8 1896 NO 19 Tomorrow A N D all This Week it will a Clearence Sale CL STOCK We do not intend carrying over a single Parasol so we are stating A Gala Sale In time Tomorrow and all next week you can tuy Parasols at all Every welldressed Lady must have one so here is your chance Come In and inspect the stockYour Welcome 50 Duck and Pique Parasols white ribs anc baodle bone ferrules 43 00 White and colored China Silk Parasols white sticks and frames no six inch fancy ruffle bone ferules lassie forM A lot of 50 Parasols that were 8500 400 and 300 are all reduced about one half Cheap enough to aflord one Black China and SllK Parasols elegantly finished black sticks double ruffles and well worth the price to We have just 38 elegant fancy silk Chiffon and LACB PARASOLS elegantly lined and trimmed and a gem now on display in our Broadway store Parasols for and S6 ones at about half The Tucker Sharpe Co The Pearl St Tailors will DISSOLVE PARTNERSHIP JULY 1 To raise cash for the retiring partner they will make Suits to Order for and Choice for This sale is limited until the required amount of cash is secured If you can use a suit at all dont fail to look over their stock NATURAL AND ARTIFICIAL GAS Bills due first day otfeacli monthten days grsce All bills payable at the office of the Company 317 Pearl Street rates on heaters during the months May June July August and September Are built in the Largest and Best Equipped Factory in the World Made by INDIANA BICYCLT CO Indianapolis Ind Cline Bros Agent EVERY WOMAN iieodi a reliable monthly ngnixtinc medieint Only himl the ptresl drugs ued li vuti the Dr Peals Pennyroyal Pills JUST ONE SENATOR Can Stand in the Way of Ad journment of Congress SITUATION IN THE TWO HOUSES MEETS NEXT WEEK Where They Disagree and the Bills on Which the Fight Is Being idents Veto of the General Deficiency Keply to of His Vetoes French Spoliation Claims Fail to Meet His of These WASHINGTON house man agers have parliamentiary machinery in operation which will enable them to se cure prompt action on every proposition submitted by the conferrees on the five re maining appropriation bills looking to an adjustment of the differences between the two houses Instead of adjourning Satur day night the house took a recess until 10 oclock this morning That action con tinues che legislative day of Saturday which by a special order adopted Friday vras made a suspension day and will en able the house to vote on any proposition after twenty minutes debate The differ ences between the two houses on the four supply sundry civil naval In dian and District of re radical but by mutual concessions the house lead ers believe the differences can be adjusted so as to permit an adjournment tomorrow or Wednesday Where the Houses Disagree In thesundry civil bill the house has thus far persistently refused to accept the amendments for public buildings ut the Capitols of Utah Idaho Wyoming and Montana and tha additions for the public buildings at Kansas City Savannah Ga j and Camilun J In the naval bill the house has remained equally iirm in its inj aistonue on four battleships and per j na Cue Cnrtea Stares g with a guaranty of French pos sessions in America When the French revolution broke out its atrocities were so great that the Ameri t of th Q t Con cans weru disgusted and as is knows they resulted in the leaguing of all VentlOHS This Year against the French republic bringing tc this country uuder the treaty the unpleas cut prospect of having to help France fight all Europe The result was practical abrogation of the treaty oy a proclamation of neutrality France de manded the execution of the treaty which was refused atid meantime Groat Britain ST LOUIS ZEAHY FOE THE TEOUBLE Very Few of the Leaders Yet on Convention Hill Completed and Hotels Prepared for the Crush of Some SIcKinley Hints at a Straddlo 1latforuV the Other Sure It Will Before Notes ST Louis June to date there are fully five times as many out of town news got possession of nearly all the French West Indian possessions which we had guaranteed forever to France by the treaty of 1778 The Jay treaty was finally negoti ated abMgating the 177S treaty There was no war between the United paper correspondents in St Louis who States and France but to revenge herself upon us for our repudiation of the 177S treaty France had preyed upon our com merce and seized 1500 American vessels She also claimed an indemnity of 000 for our abrogation of the 1773 treaty have come to the national convention asi politicians A bakers dozen political news disseminators arrived last week and yesterdays trains brought in as many more while all told less than half a dozen when these spoliation claims were presentI politicians of national repute have put in ed to her by our government Finally we went to war with her and several naval engagements took place in which our navy was victorious and this little war was closed by the treaty of 1S01 in which a clause was inserted setting against each other the claims of the French for indem nity for our failure to keep the treaty and our claims fojseized ships and call ing them balanced That is the ground of the French spolia tion claims Two and vetoed with Cleveland Webster Calboun and Clay have declared the claims good so have Suuiner Edward Everett Edward Liv ingstone and Ruius Choate The fact is an appearance It is not expected then will be much real activity in a political way until the arrival of M A Hanna McKinley with his forces He is expected Tuesday as also is the Hon Thomas C Plate who is coming to look after the in terests of Levi P Morton It is also said that exGovernor Gear of Iowa will put in an appearance before the middle of ths week with a corps of assistants to engagD in the preliminary skirmish in behalf of Senator William B Allison Pictures of Allison First on tlic Ground The billposting brigade of the Hawkeys State candidate was here yesterday and that the reports and other action in their as a result lithographic portraits of Alli favor is vastly in the preponderance sou have been huug in shop windows and town all be The Koiitine in Congress WASHINGTON June senate re fused tu compromise on tho naval bill with thiee battleships instead of four and The final p mimic1 on tho j ton as the maximum cost of armor plate j Indian bill was agreed to stopping To both rlinid to a posted upon the dead walls of th The national cummittooinen will here before the close of the week With them will come scores of delegates especi and a horde of camp fiilloWTS in the way of citizens who desire to serve the parry in the capacity of ftlKse iuiis the priarkns for scliirim schoolsJuly lYssir i assistant doorkeepers and other useful and has refined a comj A few bills ofno general importance wort The senate insists on INTO buttle passed and an executive session was held of armor plate to Tile house ivfusod to agtve to the tinal and necessary positions about the conven tion hull Then too the crowd at the hotels will be augmented to i consider The house Saturday declined to accept as acompromise their terminaticn in 1SH7 This same fliiestioi Jigmvs ill the differ ence between the two houses on the items in the District Columbia bill relating ro sectarian charities On the question of sectarian schools it does not seem prob able that the house can bo induced to yield the probabilities are that the other items will be compromised saving and excepting the public building items in the sundry civil bill which it seems likely tho senate will eventually abandon The main dilfiiully in Ihewiyof an adjourn ment by the middleof the week sterns to lie at the senate end of the Capitol where a single senator cin obstruct matters if ho chooses until the quorum fails Harris Can lilouk the Whole Game Some senators are opposed to the pas sage of the now general deficiency bill with introduced and passed omitting the luive laid in vhoir supplies of jectionahlo claims A bill was passed food and extra bedding The street rail limiting mail which can be franked to way companies have by working forces of written and printed matter During the I mn night mid day repaired the damage debate on the veto Cannon declared that wrought by the tornado sufficiently to en the vnro was right in view of claims tljat were in the bill Another Ioterj Order Issued WASHINGTON June 8 Postmaster Gen eral Wilson has issued a lottery order barring mails agaiust the Mutual Deben ture company of Iowa with headquarters at Chicago and Kmporia and its officers These are W R Coon president J S Mclnryre secretary and treasurer The latter s personal mail also is barred Will Make It Warm for Bad Indians June Secretary Olnoy and Bomero minister for have of the ahle them to handle the crowds of people that arc expected to conif The conven tion hall has had all the finishing touches ami will be iKdiiaied with pomp and cere mony this week In fact St Louis iu spite of the fart that a fortnight ago a stirm sivcpt a hole a mile tud u half wido through her renter is ready to comforta bly accommodate anil handle the scores of i thousands of visitors whom it is expected I will attend the convention Says It Will Only Tnke One Ballot McKinley lias a number of lieutenants here who are busy preparing the way for the Ohio candidates jjuiungw Tho latest arrival is exReprescntiUitive A C the French spoliation claims and the store signed an agreement whereby the troops and supply claims allowed uuder tho Bowman act omitted Harris made no sixrot of his intention to demand tho restoration of these items to the bill and says that he will not consent to its pas sage without them except upon a aye arid nay vote If he insists upon this a voting quorum will be necessary Several sena tors have announced their purpose of leaving the city early this weekiiud many others will depart about the middle of tho week for St Louis Under these circum stances it is possible that adjournment of either the United States or Mexico may cross the boundary line in hot pursuit of hostile Indians Apache Kid will prob ably be caught now EXGOV BEGOLE IS DEAD Lives to the Good Old Age of Pioneer in Masonry FUST Mich June Jo si ah W Bcgolc died at a few minutes be fore 11 at COS Beach street The end came quickly rmiy be postponed until after rlie Htpubl after a protracted season of illness due to can convention though there will be a j ft pencral breaking down of a once robust rery general effort to prevent this Thompson who with General Grosvenor will argue the cases of the contested Mc Kiuley delegates before the national com mittee As yet but two national commit teemen have arrived They are G W Hill of Tennessee and J G Long of Florida Both are avowed McKinley men Judge Thompson who is looked upon as the only McKinley spokesman yet in the Cold said ho is certain there will be but one ballot for thu naming of a presidential nominee He also said that Reed will oclock Saturday night at his home accept the vice president nomination He was quite as positive of this as he was that McKinley would be nominated on the first PLATFORM TO HE SOUND MONEY A VKTO THAT DOKS NOT FATL The Presldfnt Sustaiiied in a Knockout for General Deficiency general breaking down constitution consequent upon an injury received a year ago last February by a fall as he WHS about to enter a carriage at his home lu the evening of a wellspent lira and of an honored career Michigans kind Juno president I hearted and generally beloved ex governor a veto that polled passed peacefully away leaving as a rich legacy to his family an untarnished name has at last scut enough votes to stand and require th e preparation of another bill The bill was the general deficiency and the items ob rhac is held in honor wherever it is known He leaves a widow and two children Mrs Mary B wife of W C Cummings jected to are the French spoliation claims j of Ouor LlkCi and Charles SI Begole of and the Chateau claim an ironclad built during the rebellion and the president evidently considers it a purs steal as he says the boat was paid for onco together with a big bill for extras The French spoliation claims are different they never have been paid and the presi dent thinks Chay never should be paid especially those for insurance lu the beginning of his messasre tho president makes a few remarks that per haps Morgan of Alabama aud some others will take nn early opportunity of replying to as they are evidently aimed at those The latter is for thjs cjty KxGovernor Begole was a pio neer in Masonry in this section of the state having been made a member of the order about fifty years ago He was 81 years old The funeral will be held from the Presbyterian church this afternoon at oclock and will be under the auspices of the Knight Templars ADMISSIONS BY ALONZO WALLING Facts That If Permitted to Go to the Jury Make His Guilt Sure XEWPOPT K June common who have denounced the president for his wealth in the Walling trial consumed exercise of the veto pewer He says To j Saturday in the examination of Chief of the extent that rhe constitution has de volved upon the president n participation in legislation I suppose his action on bills sion The testimony in question consists of many damaging admissions made by Walling to Colonel Dltsch among which i are that he Walling knew soon afrer the that Jackson intended to bring Pearl Bryan here and he Walling had an Police Phil Ditsch of Cincinnati and others Ditsehs testimony being the most presented to him for approval involves a i but it may be excluded after duty to be performed like others pertain thcwun hears arguments on its admis ing to his office with care and circuit spection and in full view of his responsi bility to the people and his obligati subserve the public welfare It is dif to understand why under the constitution D011days it should be necessary to submit proposed legislation to executive scrutiny and apagreed proval except to invoke the exercise of j that Jackson then changed h mind and executive judgment and invite he wouid kill ner with Quick poison dent executive action The nnpleaeant at some room and make it appear that incidents which accompany the power i she had suicided that he changed plan would tempt its avoidance if such a course I and said he would killherand cut did not involve an abandonment of con1 her up and scatter the pieces around the stitutional duty and assent to legislation for which the executive is not willing w i fore share the responsibility The president partly justifies his veto of the spoliation claims by the statement of on Jaclon h r n aid kill her he was going to cut For sale by Ben Fisher spoliation claims with those bounty i LEAVEXWOKTH Kan as such as should be paid as a I children were drowned and considerable cratuitv and not of risrht A brief history j damage to property aone by a cloadDursS of the spoliation claims may he of interest i which visited this section yesterday arer The nvnty of between the Uniwl noonWater fell in torrents States and France led to a considerable windows tearing off signs etc and extent to the success of he colonies ing cellars and bottomlanos Denni FrJard and was a treaty all Michael Desmond and Dennis and iugeno offense ana defense to all intents and puiCummings all under 11 years France guaranteeing I drowned by going into a I escaoe the storm BiH Will Be Acceptable to All Deligrates East mid West In regard to the platform he had this to say Ic will be a sound money plat form It will be a that will be acceptable to the Republicans east and west However some of the delegates may go away dissatisfied at not having been able to work it just as they desired yet it will be a platform they can support In making this statement Judge Thomp son said he did not wish to be understood as attempting to dictate sentiment to the delegates or to the party as a whole Ha WAS merely speaking from the knowledge he had of the platforms adopted at the various state conventions vVhen asked as to who he thought would be named for the second place on the ticket he said he had heard no one talked of by the McKinley men Regard ing the contests he said he had no idea how many would be brought before the national committee A week ago there were sixtyseven contests involving the rights of 156 delegates from the states of Alabama California Delaware Florida Georgie Kentucky Louisiana Mississip pi Xew York Xorth Carolina Pennsyl vania South Carolina Tennessee Texas and Arizona Many of these contests ho believed would be amicably settled or abandoned before the meeting of the na tional committee Another of the McKinley force on re ferring to the platform said it would joaka a square issue with the 16toI Democrats It would rejid so as to admit of no double interpretation G W Hill of the na tional committee said that the delegates from Tennessee were squarely fora single gold standard and for McKinley The Tennessee delegation will present the name of H Clay Evans for tbe vice presi dency he said and will do all in it3 power to secure a victory for him Much indignation has been expressed by the managers and owners of the leai ing hotels of St over a circular out by the Business Mens League regard ing the entertainment of regro delegates to the national convention It was agreed by the league when it bid for the conven tion that the colored delegates would ba treated the as their white brethren The leading hotels however have taken care not to make any contracts with auy srate delegation that contained negroes for rooms Thti lewjiue officers learned of this fact tind sent out a circular letter requesting the uegro delegates to make complaint if any of them failed to be accommodated at any vhro rhoy applied for rooms The hotel men consider this an incentivtt to the negroes to prosecute them for dam ages and say they will hold the responsible should any trouble arise A good deal of gossip has been caused by sudden departure of Richard C Kerens uf this city Chauneey IFillaya political opponent for Canton O It said he went on a telegraphic request from Major McKiney lu regard to the mat ter The Republic says Kerens friends de clare that the rjxt of his visit is to con fer with McKinlei iiurenants throughout the country who ave to 1ore Hunun leaves for St be assembled be Louis a Keceptivo Candidate DES MOISES June The delegates to the national Democratic convention others met here to make preparations to go to the Chicago convention and boom pxGovernor Boies Boies was present at the muctiug He say he is not an out candidate but will accept tho nomination if it is tendered him Htnv Oiiio Dcmucrats Stand CiynxxATi June The Enquirers tabulation of the delegates to the Ohio Democratic suite convention at Columbus June shows that up to Saturday night thirty of ihe eightyeight counties had se lected delegates with the result of 211 in structed for freisilver ekveufor gold and civunrythiw 1111 instructed Ouay s ISsiiltv e The ii pyiiniiries were the ry uf iliecoiiuiy Tho ai ihi reformers or Quay it es weri baillv WESTERN COLLEGE ATHLETES MEET FortySix Foinls anil CurriiS Oil liic Honors had awalk away in ihr annual championship meet ing of the Western Collegiate Amaiuur Athletic lit1 aihlcies from that university srining ii points their nearest being Griumll willi 21 The comiitLoiis were perfect the weather being warm and the paths in ole jrant shajn1 Four wisturu collegiate re curds were hrokiii Muylmrg the Wiscon sin sprinterhadi comparatively easy time of it especially in the Uuyurd dash which hi won in tin fist time of 10 seconds Hat and could havi enviivd it in at least a fifth of 11 second faster had h been pushed Of the other colleges competing Minne sota scored points Chicago 16 Lake Forest 15 Northwestern 11 and Illinois The mile walk was won by F Bunnell Minn in the record fhe 120 yards hurdle by J R Richards iii HO yards run by J H Rush in ir mile bicycle P H Purton in j ing the record mile run by H B Cragin Lake in tho record yards run by J H Mayburg 220 yavdshurdle by JH Richards in SSO yards run by Cragin in jump by Lcighe H F 5 feet pulling shot Cochems 3S feet yA the record running broad jump C B Ncel 30 feet Pinches throwing 16pound hammer H F Cochems 113 feet 3 inches pole vault R K Wilson inches 10 8 THE BOLD BANDITAT CHICAGO lie Ilnlu a Store Crowded with People oil ji Crowded Street CHICAGO June gang of desper adoes which has been the terror of tho west side of the city for the last two months committed another bold robbery Saturday night holding up a store full of people at 9 oclock in the evening and es caping with S500 in cash The store was Kleins general merchandise establish ment at the corner of Fourteenth ard Halstcad streets It does a large business and is generally crowded on Saturday nights Three young men entered the place about 9 oclock but no particular atten tion was paid to them Two of them inada their way to the desk of the cashier and each of them produced two revolvers which they pointed at the face of tha young woman who arts as cishier and de nmnded all the money she had She re fused to pass out the money and one of them kept his revolvers leveled at the girls head threatening to kill her if sha screamed The other ran behind the desk grabbed all the money he could lay his hands on pushed it into a bag and they started toward the door Many people who had witnessed the robbery made motions as though to them but they kept the crowd back by threatening them with tha revolvers and as they neared the door tha third man turned1 in an alarm of firj and in the confusion all the men escaped Tho robbery was committed in the presence of fully 200 people and on a crowded and brilliantly lighted street Tried to Dynamite a Priest June dynamite petarda were exploded in front of the house of priest at Qriendan near San Sebastian fn the bay of Biscav Much damage resulted from the explosion but there was no fa tality Higiiest of an in Leavening U S GoVt Report Dennis and geno were stone culvert to Baking Powder PURE ;

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