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Waterloo Daily Courier (Newspaper) - June 9, 1896, Waterloo, Iowa Weekly Established 1858 Daily Established 1890 Single Coptek Five SIXTH YEAB WATERLOO IOWA TUESDAY EVENING JUNE 0 1896 WHOLE NO 1719 THE FOWLER COMPANY Wholesale Grocers THE EYES ARE THE WINDOWS OETHESODL Remember they are priceless Take care of them as no one will take care of them for you Dont wait until it is too late but if you need spectacles con sult our optician and have them ac curately fitted Eyes Tested Free BALLIETT WELD 206 E Fourtli St Opp togan House WILLIAMS KEEN Attorneys at Law Collections made Office over Frank Bros Clothing House Waterloo Iowa GBO B MILLER Attorney at Law 60S Commercial Street Waterloo Iowa REED TUTKELL Attorneys at Law FierceBlowers Block J E SEDGWICK Attorney and Examiner of Land Titles Complete Set of Abstract Books Office 18114 Bridge Street E V HAYDEN Attorney and Shorthand Reporter Speciallatteution to Probate Business and tak ing Depositions Typewriter Transcripts also to Claims for Pensions and back pay and bounty Patents Trademarks Copyrights Etc Post office matters Miscellaneous Claims Public Lauds 307 Eass Fourth Street Waterloo Iowa DR B J WADDEY Physician and Surgeon Office corner West Fourth and Jefferson street over Bellingers store Telephone No 131 DR G J MACK Special attention given to Ophthalmology Otol ogy KhiuologV an Laryngology in plain Eng lish to diseases of the Eye Ear Nose and Throat 0 S Examining Surgeon Specialist in the above diseases ISC Bridge St Waterloo Iowa EDWIN B SHANNON M D Special attention to ElectroTherapeutics and diseases of ivoinen and children Office East Fourth street Odd Fellows block Residence 1002 South street Telephones at office and resi dence lGS3tf F L ANIBAL Carriage and Sign Painter E C AlflBAL Papering and Wall Tinting Papering and Wall Tinting All firstclass Work Guaranteed You will save money by getting our figures on your work before placing yourcontract elsewhere SHOP 1601 Jefferson Street TELEPHONE new 255 WATERLOO IOWA 3 W DEALER IN ALL KINDS OP COAL AND WOOD DRAIN TILINGS CEMENT Smithing Coals and Charcoal a Specialty Telephone No 18 Office near C G W East Side Depot Waterloo Iowa Magnetic Nervino ponitlvoljr euros wiunoas Impotoncr Lost Vitality and Power In either eon Failing Memory In Wiwttng ooaoo and all uralng nt BErUnc itrenflth to tho BenerntlTe orawnii and pnt auickl riwtonw Xost Mnnhoon In Youna or Old Danboonrtiodluvowtpooket Ofioinoiith ment lneaoh box Jrioa urn boxw MWi bj mull m plnin pnokneo to unr nddrow with Wrlttea Onnrnntoo to rof nnd tho money U not oared Don t M imprinclpuleil druHKUt Mil TOil worthlens aab nitnte but Mend to an nnd we mil promptly fou the ijouulnn Vtm WlIBffl 816S Sill IfllU WUirltt COMING IN ACCOED Senate and House Overcoming Their Disagreements ADJOUBNMENT LIKELY TOMOKEOW Compromise for Three Battleships in tlie Naval New General Deficiency Bill with the Claim Features Elimi nated Goes tothe President House Takes Measures to Keep a Quorum on Important Bills Passed WASHINGTON June Allison chairman of the appropriations committee of the senate and Cannon chairman of the appropriations committee of the house agreed last night that the situation indi cated a final adjournment tomorrow The house has agreed to the final conference on the postoffice appropriation bill and the senate passed the general deficiency bill as it came from the house This leaves but four of the great supply bills still in issue District of Columbia the Indian the naval and the sundry civil bills Although neither house has yet acted thereon the conferrees on the naval bill have agreed On a report which it is thought will prove acceptable to both houses It compromises the question of battleships by authorizing three instead of four as the bill passed the house and two as it passed the senate The question of the maximum cost of armor plate fixed by the house at 3425 per ton and by the senate at S320 per ton is postponed until the next session of con gress Action That Irritates the Democrats In the sundry civil bill the public build Ing items are still the bone of contention nnd in the District of Columbia and In dian bills the question of sectarian chari ties and sectarian schools respectively are the only items in issue The leaders of both houses expect an adjustment of the controverted questions in time for an ad journment tomorrow The fact that the Republicans of the house have insisted upon taking up a contested election case in the closing hours of congress has irri tated the Democrats and they may force the majority to furnish their own quorum to unseat another Democrat As the Re publicans have not a quorum of their own in the city this furnishes the main cause for alarm so far as the house is concerned Republicans Take Some Precautions In order to guard against the failure of a quorum in the closing hours of the ses sion the house has revoked all leaves of ab sence and ordered the sergeantatarms to telegraph absentees to return forthwith The compromise relative to the old set tlers claims in the Indian bill was agreed only the sectarian school ques tion in this bill open Among the bills and joint resolutions passed was one call ing on the secretary of the treasury for in formation as to the steps taken to procure a settlement of the disputed question of the liability of Virginia or West Virginia for 8540000 of bonds in which the Indian funds are invested Blocks Kerns Obstructive Campaign Just before the session closed after one unsuccessful attempt the house decided to take up the consideration of the Aldrich Underwood contested election case from the Ninth Alabama district Instead of adjourning the house again took a recess in order to render the special order of Fri day still operative This sort of tactics has proved very tiresome to Kem as it has completely blocked his campaign of obstruction The Bill Relating to Seamen When the bill to amend the laws relat ing to American seamen was before the house on suspension of the rules explained that the bill had been framed by the committee on merchant marine and fisheries after a thorough investigation of the subject Both the shipping interests and the sailors association had been con sulted Every vestige of imprisonment for violation of the contract between the master and seamen was stricken out of ex isting law by the bill it provided a new scale of rations and made many other changes in existing law looking to the amelioration of the condition of American sailors Important Legislation Rushed Through Probably as notable an instance of tho congress can rush through legislation it feels that way was the passage by the house of Jhe bill to enable the North ern Pacific Railway company to reorganize under a federal charter Quigg opposed the passage under suspension of the rules of a bill which affected 4700 miles of rail road 43000000 acres of land and 8400000 000 of property He characterized the bill as a freeze out game The bill was ad vocated by Tawney Johnson of North Dakota and othersand finally 150 to 55 DENIES THAT FLORIDA STORY Rather Slow About It Trices Fight An Alleged Fable MANATEE June John C Pelot has sent a letter to Governor Mitchell de nyingthe sensational story that Jack Trice a negro had killed two white men and wounded two others near Palmetto The story in brief was that Trices boy had whipped the son of a white constable and that the father of the white boy had gathered a posse to punish Trices son They were warmly received at Trices cabin according to the story the negros rifle doing deadly execution The posse retired for reinforcements and upon their return burned the cabin and with bloodhounds started in pursuit of tho negro who had taken to tho swainp Dr Pclot says there is no such person as Jack Trice in the county and that tho story is based upon an attack on a constables posse by a gang of negroes At tempting to shield one of their number irom arrest for assault lipoh another ne gro The first report was sent out about iitso weeks DentKof Frank Mayo the Actor OMAHA June brief dispatch from Grand Island Nob to Tho Bee says that Frank Miiyo tho celebrated actor on route cast with his Pudding Head Wil fion company died on tho totlu shortly before reaching thnt city Among tiioJOwbstforTiiFonirothcro nro not found any organs whloh with propri ety can bo mUlod OMR DEATH OF AN EMINENT FRENCHMAN Jules Francis Simon Statesman Scholar and Once Prime Minister PARIS June Francis Simon the celebrated statesman life member of the French senate member of the French academy perpetual secretary of the Academy of Moral and Political Sciences and formerly prime minister of France died yesterday Simon had been ill for a fortnight with neurosis of tho Jules Francis Simon Suisso was born afc Lorient Morftihan on Dec 811814 He renounced his patronymic in 1889 at the instance of Victor Cousin who said to him Leave off that frightful Sulsso A man cant become famous with a name like that MCousin whose disciple he was called him to Paris and got him a place in the Normal school there After being supple mentary lecturer in philosophy for a year he became the principal lecturer He suc ceeded Cousin in the chair of philosophy at the Sebonne about the time he gave up the name of Suisse He was made a knight of the Legion of Honor in 1845 He was elected from the CotesduNord after the revolution In 1848 and classed himself with the Moderate Left in the assembly After the coup detat his lectures at tho Sorbonne were suspended as he refused to take the oath of allegiance to the empire He ranked high as an orator and was the chief of the Republican party He made himself prominent as an advocate of free trade He had the post of minister of pub lic instruction public worship and fine arts in the government of national de fense He was elected a senator for life on Dec 16 1875 He became premier of the new ministry which was formed in December 1877 holding with the presidency of the council the portfolio of the interior Ha was forced out of the cabinet by Marshal MacMahon in May 1877 M Simon yras elected a member of the French academy in 1875 and the academy elected him in 1880 to the new supreme educational coun cil He was elected permanent secretary of the Academy of Moral and Physical Science in 1882 The list of M Simons works is a long one Most of them are on politico economical and historical sub jects He contributed largely to the re views Rome to Question the Candidates NEW YORK June the meeting of the Roman Catholic diocesan union of New Jersey the following resolution was adopted at the suggestion of Bishop Wig ger That each of the Republican candi dates for the presidency be asked the fol lowing question In the event of your election to the presidency of the United States will you in the administration of that office make any discrimination against Roman Catholics on account of their re ligious Conference of Charities and Corrections GRAND RAPIDS Mich June gen eral sessionsof the National Conference of Charities and Corrections were devoted to Scientific Study and Social Problems and ChildSaving Work The section devoted to vagrancy had a long discussion of the tramp questioa resulting in the general conclusion that the rigid enforce ment of existing laws and enforced in dustrial recreation are the most effective remedies for the evil Claim for Illegal Seizure OTTAWA Out June fall the government cruiser Petrel captured a Detroit tug and garbage scow in the Ca nadian waters of the Detroit river Now Captain Delpicr of the captured scow and his crew have sent in claims to the Brit ish government for illegal seizure and imprisonment asking damages The British authorities have referred tho claim back to the Canadian government Deviltry by Tramps in Ohio ELYRIA O June set fire to the barn of Henry Chappell a farmer liv ing near here Chappells soninlaw William Ho hill discovered the flrc and when he went to the barn he was shot and dangerously wounded by one of the tramps Cluppell went into the barn to release some cattle and was overcome by smoke and burned to death The tramps escaped Died Swearing and Forgiving ST PAUL June Helena special to The Dispatch says With an Oath upon his lips and forgiveness for all Bill Gay died on the scaffold for the murder of Bill Mack in 1893 He denied to the last that he killed Mack He was so weak from loss of sclid food and sleep that it was neces sary to administer hypodermics to enable him to walk ro the gallows Printers Strike at Minneapolis MINNEAPOLIS June printers of the Typographical union of the daily pa pers of the cities of St Paul and Minne apolis struck last night The scale re fused was a week for day and a week for night work fifty hours consti tuting a wceis work The union refused to arbitratehe matter The papers will appear as usual Eckels Goes to Chicago WASHINGTON June Eckels the comptroller of the currency has gone to Chicago to remain a week The comptol lor has declared a dividend in favor of the creditors of insolvent national baiiks is follows Fifteen per cent the national bank of Pcndlcton Or 10 per cent the Second National bank of Columbia Tcnn United States Marshal Killed PERRY 0 T June has reached here that Charles N Dugger one of the oldest and best known marshals in Okla homa was killed in the Osngo nation Sat urday while attempting to arrest a band of whisky peddlers Deputy Marshal Joe BoylOj of Missouri is also reported killed but this latter report cannot bo verified Convicted of Forging Tlokuts NEW YORK Juno Barnctt and Jcpps Wcnar railroad ticket spocu latcjrs doing business at Now Orleans have been convicted of forging tickets of tho Southern Pacific Railway company It Is alleged that had tho plan of Barnott and Wcnar beoii successful It would hiivo cost tho Southern Pacific company 850000 Millionaire Lumberman Dead LYOXS In Jmio J Youug the millioimiro lumberman and phliauthro died lioro yesterday ANARCHYS WORK The BombThrowing Atrocity at Barcelona Spain DEATH LISl WILL BE TWENTYNINE Most of the Victims Being Women and of the Dastards Said to Have Been to Create a Rclgn of Terror Suspects at London to Discuss Closer Trade Kela tions for the Empire BARCELONA Spain June law has been declared here The total number of victims of the bomb explosion of Sunday aro eight dead twentyone dying and eighteen injured The person who threw tho bomb lias not yet been apprehended Tho police aro busy in the search for the Culprit and hope to discover him The impression is gen eral that anarchists did the work as a re sult of a widespread anarchistic plot The police are working on this theory and have arrested twentytwo men known to enter tain anarchistic sympathies Plot to Create a Reign of Terror In connection with these arrests they have seized a number of documents which furnish some clue to the plot of which tho bomb throwing was a manifestation These documents indicate that the center of the terrorist agitation is directed with the purpose of precipitating a number of anarchist demonstrations accompanied by acts of violence at different points simul taneously or following close upon each other so as to create a reign of terror in the different European governments Atrofcious Features of the Outrage The outrage was accompanied by feat ures of peculiar atrocity It was while the people both those in the procession and those looking on were devoutly kneeling that the bomb was thrown by the unknown assassin Whether by de sign or not it did its deadliest work among the innocent and harmless the majority of the victims being women and children Those of them who were not killed out right were horribly mutilated and aro subjected to excrutiating torture by their injuries It is believed that the outrage was immediately directed against General Desbujola one of the dignitaries of tho city who was carrying the banner at tho head of the religious procession TRADE CONGRESS AT LONDON Chamber of Commerce of the British Em pire Now in Session LONDON June third congress of the Chamber of Commerce of the empire opened here yesterday in the hall of tho Company of Grocers with the reception of thedelegates The Canadian delegates in cljide Sir MaeKerizio Bo well and Sir San ford Fleming After the reception the majority of the delegates visited the Lon don and India docks by invitation of the London andIndia docks joint committee and enjoyed luncheon on board the steam ship Caledonia where they were the guests of the Peninsula and Oriental Steamship Navigation company The first sitting of the congress will occur this morning when the members will be welcomed by Joseph Chamberlain secretary of state for the colonies and honorary president of tho congress The congress will be continued at 4 p in today under the presidency of Sir Al bert K Rollit president of the London Chamber of Commerce and there will be a reception at the Mansion House by the lord mayor and lady mayoress at 9 oclock this evening Sir MacKcnzie Bo well in an interview said the object of the con gress was to bring tho empire together at the proper was not far dis much closer trjde relations between the colonies would uo arrived at He added that while was not a free trader he was not so hidebound for protec tion as not to believe that tho time was fast coming when the colonies would bo quite prepared to make concessions pro vided Groat Britain would make some trifling concessions At the luncheon Sir MacKcnzie Bowell replied to the toast of The British Em pire In so doing he said that the British empire was second to none in the world Americans he added were usually ac cused of spreadeagleism and if he boasted as he did alongside of the United hoped for forgiveness He lauded the loyalty of Canada and prefer ring to the possibility of war with the United States said that the people of Can ada would rather die tomorrow than be brought under the stars and stripes Can ada today the speaker also said was will ing to surrender a portion of her fiscal policy in order to meet the sentiments of the empire as the Canadians wished to make Canada the highway to the cast Cuban War News from Havana HAVANA June insurgents in the province of Piuar del Rio have de stroyed three railroad bridges Antonio Maceo is actually at Balestina on the south coast of Pinar del Rio Acosta the insurgent leader has burned several to bacco houses and a grain warehouse at Palomino Havana province At Gabriel the insurgents in retreating burned twen tyeight houses and not fifteen as at first reported The local guerrilla force of Colon pro vince of Matanzas has had n skirmish with an insurgent band at Angostura Several of the enemy were kiUpd During the course of several recent skirmishes the insurgents lost eight killed Trustworthy advices from the province of Pinar del Rio say there has been a serious conflict among the colored and white insurgents serving under Macco during which twen ty 7non on either side are said to have been killed and many more are reported wounded Heavy Blow on tho JUiko June whalcback steamer Colgate Hoyt dropped her two whalobnck consorts outside the bay here unable to take thorn to shelter because of the terrific gale Both barges aro pound ing on tho beach In the witvos A lumbur steamer ntid consort both loaded arc also ih dlstross outside tho Chnqunmcgon point Twenty vessels are anchored safely among tho Apostle islands unablo to pro ceed to or from Duluth CUTLERS LJ I IMS WH MO WEffS Are not as low in price as some makes but they have proven after five years trial to be the cheapest mower you can buy and we are selling a 14inch at AND FULLY GUARANTEE EVERY MACHINE CUTLER HARDWIRE COMPANY RULED OUT THE TESTIMONY Damaging Admissions Made by Availing Will Not Go to tho Jury NEWPORT Ky June the trial of Alonzo Walling for participation in the murder of Pearl Bryan the court ruled out the testimony given by Chief of Police Deitsch of Cincinnati and Ed H An thony a reporter in which Walling mado terribly damaging admissions to those two men Tho testimony was ruled out as to that of Anthony because when he ob tained it he told Walling that he was n detective that of Deitsch because he sent for Walling and told him it would bo well or it might be well to make clean breast of jfc Testimony o similar admissions by Walling on different occasions made to Mayor Caldwelluud Sheriff Plummcr was held by the court as competent This tes timony does not differ materially from that of Anthony and Caldwell which was disallowed by the court Moreover it was powerfully corroborated by Walling him self by admissions he mado when under crossexamination on the witness stand yesterday afternoon Thewhole afternoon from 2 oclock till a quarter to 6 Alonzu M Walling was on tho witness stand The pith of Wallinga testimony was that he did not kill or have any part in tho killing of Pearl Bryan that ho was told by Jackson that the latter would kill her but thought he was talking through his thathe never saw the girl but thrco times and that he had no part in dispos ing of her remains or of her belongings No Contest srom Colorado DENVEK June is announced that Frank P Arbnckcl chairman of the statu Democratic committee has abandoned his plan of calling another state convention with the view of sending n contesting delegation to the national convention L S PARSONS Thousands of dollars worth to select from Goods strictly firstclass Trices the lowest K Largest stock In Iowa to select from Pianos Organs Cash or time no difference GOODS MUST 00 WAREROOM Parsons Music Hall 107109 E 4th St Waterloo Iowa The Weather That Sometimes Comes WASHINGTON June 0 following aro tho wcatlffer indications for twentyfour hours from 8 p in yesterday For Indiana Local showers this morning followed by fair weath er northwesterly windy For Guii ally fair weather preceded this morning ly local rains northerly winds Fur Lower Showers followed by clearing weather fresh and brisk northerly winds cooler in southeastern portion For Upper Rain followed by fair weather warmer in western portion fresh to brisk northerly winds For Wisconsin Fair weath er preceded by showers in eastern portion light to fresh northerly winds For Gonerallyjfair weather with northerly winds slightly warmer Swedish Lutherans Adjourn OMAHA June 9 The final session of the Swedish Lutheran synod was held last evening It was decided that none of tho schools of the various conferences shonM be allowed to erect buildings extend courses or take other important steps without first obtaining the consent of tin synod National League JSase Hall CHICAGO June Following are tho scores recorded on League base ball dia monds At Chicago Wash ington 12 at Cleveland 7 Philadelphia S at Pittsburg 9 Brooklyn 0 at New Cincinnati 6 New York 3 at BiUtimorG and Boston Rain Capital and Surplus Commercial National Bank at Milwaukee MILWAUKEE June The Moore Man ufacturing and Foundry coinpaiy of South Milwaukee has made an assign ment for the benefit of its creditors to the Wisconsin Trust company No bond was required The assets are liabil ities not kuowc Assignment at Decatur Ills DECATUB June F Ross deal er in clothing has made an assignment to James W Race Liabilities as sets Bad business is given as tho cause of ftiilure Not the Question Of course it happened in Now York Tho old man looked at tho young man rather sharply but the young man placid and unmoved Are you sure that you can support n wife asked tho old man at last When you ask for my daughter arc Thats not tho question at turned tho young man languidly My ability to support awifo has nothing to do with tho onso as you ought to know Aro you sure that you nro able to support n sonlnlnwf Thats tho only question to bo answered those days Post New York hna moro Germans in its population than fiiay city of the Gor man empire except 12 uioro French than any city of Franco except16 moro Italians than any city of Italy except 8 and more Irish than livo In aliy city in Ireland except 2 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS W W Miller Jrest W I Illinewortli Vice Prest H C Schtiltx Asst Cashier A J Hdwards 0 Richards A C Uratuober F C Platt E L Joliuson SIX PER CENT IN SUMS TO SUIT We offer for sale First Hortgages on Iowa arms on whJch interest will be paid twice a year and investors guaranteed against loss These loans arc absolutely safe and the investor lias no care whatever except to cut off tho interest cou pons and present them for payment at our office We attend to everything from the making of the loan till final payment We should be pleased to explain our investments to you in person LEAVITT JOHNSON TRUST CO COOAR PICKET J W LOeAN J P PICKET LOGAN INSURANCE AGENTS Write Fire Lightning Tornado Wind Storm and Plate Glass Insurance in and adjust losses for ten Companies repre senting over assets and all quick and liberal loss payers OFFICE Commercial Street first stair way below Bridge Street Waterloo Iowa j W R FRENCH Hides Pelts Tallow FUKS AND WOOL Highest Cash Prides Paid 512 Si WATERLOO IOWA
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