Thursday, July 18, 1895

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Syracuse Daily Standard (Newspaper) - July 18, 1895, Syracuse, New York V, ,7 4 1 Six Times a Week. tmtftarfc On Sunday Morning; ESTABLISHED 1829. SYRAGOSE, N. Y., THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1B95. Gen. Harrison Annonnces that Will Not Run for tlie Presidency. DOES NOT WANT THE OFFICE Refuses lo Speak on Soldiers' Day at Ihe State Fair in Tlik City. INTERVIEW WIl'II MAJ. J'OOLE to Old Forgo lo Auk Hia Army lo Bs Present. Old MAJOR POOLS MAKES A DENIAL Snyn Gen. Harrison Said Not Word Regarding Hit JPosflble Candidacy. BX-rilEBIDKNT HATintBON. Old Forgo, N. Y July Rcnjnmln Harrison has broken thu silence us ro- tho presidency. Me said that under no circumstances will he become a candidate for that office. Theta statnmantti were niado In cot- tage hut own Inn in the presence of of old Grand army of thn re- public friends, Their names are Con- gressman Theodore L Foolo of Syra- cuse nnd Joseph I, Hayles of Hume. N Y. Congroismiin rnulo came here for the pursue of Inviting (ion Harri- son to go to Svrnouie on nrnnd army which will ho dtirlnir the week of the itatn fulr, Previous to the coming of ConKrosamun Poolc, Frnnk Htscock at Symcuso wrote to Harrdiori extending to htm a very cordial Invitation to visit Syracuse during tho state (air week and ranks a npoech on Oiand nrmy d iv. man Foole knew that S-nator llHrock written siu-h n loiter and when he came here yesterday he w very con- fident of being able to Ktt an nnirmn- tn the oral Invitation which was extendtd to h'm rongn-sii- man Poole and ox-Fics.clont Harrison pleased to meet his old comrades In arms but he could not promise to go to Syracuse at the time ho was asked to. "I have come Into these Bald the general, "for rest and recrea- tion nnd I do not Intend to leave them until my vacation Is ended." So pos- itive wan this statement made that MnJ. Poolo apparently did not deem It advisable to press the matter much further. While- the other of 'ho party were Inspecting general's quartern, Mr. Snyles suggested to MaJ. Poole that lie. make another effort to have Qen Harrison change his mind about tho Syracuse matter. Mnj Poole called Ocn. Harrlnon to the south end of the tent. Mr. fiayles went with him. Mr Poole renewed his efforts to have the Benernl promise to go to Syiucuse. Gen Harrison again nald he wuuld not KO. Then there was a riiomi-nt'fi hesitation which wan broken by tho general himself. Turning to MaJ. Poolc Mr. Harrison slowly began, suylng: "Major. I will tell you why I do not care to go (o Byracuso lit tho time you want me to. I go anywhere now and rnnke a. speech tho other candi- dates for tho presidency will say that I am a candidate for that office and ani going for political purposes." Then with a voice that cairlcd with It all tho earnestness nnd posltlvcneis that Is to bo found In the make- up, ho continued: 'I um not a candl- dato for the preHldcncy. huvo not been, will not be. I do not want the office, and would not accept It." Those nro the exact wnids the general i' I'd, and whon ho had finished talking the question of going to was Immediately dropped by MnJ Poole and Mr. Huyles, whn, as another Hteiimcr came In view, took leave ot Gen. Harrison. Orcat care was taken by MaJ. Poolo from the time he started for tho Har- rison camp until he left It, to havo the nnwspnpor reporters know nothing about his visit, and especially about tho conversation that took place. Mr. Snyles was (equally as secretive. In PRICE THREE CENTS. did not in my presence In anv way, di- rectly or indirectly, allude to the pos- sibility of his entering the race for the nomination." He said' the general gave ai his reason for declining his In- vitation, the fact thnt he had received many invltaitlons from different quar- ters to take part In various celebra- tions and demonstrations, but, as he could not accept one and iefuse tho rest, he would be unatile to attend the gathering of <the Grand army veterans In Syracuse. MaJ. Poole said that Mr. Harrison did not Jn any way refer to any other sub- ject other than to tho matur of his attending: the O A. R. celebration to which he was Invited, and had he done to Maj. Poole said that he would have been the last man to have repeated any such confidence from the ex-President. "On returning to tho said Maj. Poole, "wo were surrounded by eager questioners, but wo gave them no sat- isfaction except Informing them that Mi, Harrison could not be In Syracuse next autumn. None but thoso In the small group about- tho ex-Presldent heard the conversation. Had Mr. Har- rison made any such statement none of our party would under any clrcum- ntances have repeated it. The ex-Presl- dent waa looking well nnd to bo thoroughly enjoying hla rest and outing." Freight Train on the Santa Fe Crashes Through a Bridge. PLUNGED DOWN FIFTY FEET Gang of 20 Men Working on the Bridge and the Train Crew Go Down. SIX MEN KNOWN TO BE KILLED Other Bodies Probably Under the Pile of Wreckage in the s Injured. A VERITABLIi SLEUTH HOUND. Bow Dntrrliva l-ruml III. I'lclcul l Mnruer Toronto. July 17.--The bodies of the two Pleuel children which wen- llttl ones met their Uenth. The Inquest w 11 be luoiieiua as boon as the autopsy is concluded Effurts will be made to ex- tradite Holmes at onco and in give him the benefit of swift and suie Ca- nadian JiiBtice If extradited B. Ostler will be the crown prosecutor The credit for the discovery of the bodies belongs to Detective of Philadelphia, who Syracuse nnd make an address to the old soldiers. They are confident of being able to necure him. On the way down fiom the Harrlion camp last exenlng. Thomas Salle of Syracuse, u Grand army man. who one of the gentlemen who accompanied MaJ Poole from Syracuse, told one of a paity of who are stopping here that he wai told after the boit left Harrison landing that the general had announced during the course of a conversation that he was not seeking presidency and would not ace-opt the ollk-e again under any The opinion la general about thla part of the mountain thnt Gen Harri- son will not be a. candidate for the presidency nnd thnt whfn he made a statement to that effect yesterday he meant every word spoken. MaJ Poole was not wholly unsuccessful dur- ing his mission here There will be an American (lag hoisted on a. knoll in front of the Forge house in a few days The flag will lw donated by ijr. Poolc Ocn Harrison will mike a speech on th.U By countermarching they reached a position behind that occupied by the mm lues nnd In direct line of lire tho runboat A patch of wooded land concealed their approach until they wc.c within firing distance of the en- trenched Spaniards. m the meantime a party of 200 rebels had beon making a demonstration In the formei position in order to allay the suspicions of the enemv When the Insurgents, with col Agumontc Rlcardo at their head, b ThUman IH now a street uillvvny coinluctoi He says he lemfmbersi that the trunk was u heavy one and his drarrlptlon of It which fixes It ns the one found In IIolmcB'H possession when the latter wan imetucf] Alilunigh It wuu nup- posed that the- clothing of tho girls buiiucl, articles of uttlie belonging to them wero stuffed Into tho chimney mid Intu holes aiound tho house ut No. St. Vincent ntrcet. Homo or that clothing has been und the lunt link In the clmln of evi- dence ngalliHt Holnus has been practi- cally forged by tho discovery, on ex- amining tho body the undertaker dls- coveiocl thnt the two feet of Nellie, the younger of the wei-e mlCHliig It was at llrHt uupposod they had been struck off by the shovel In digging and eufoff In that way but a search in tho collar falls to reveal them nnd It In now thought thc-j worn amputated by Holmes for some leanon The attorney gonenil'K office him taken nil the noe- c'HHnry prollmlnaiy f.n- (he ,-xtra- dltlon of Holmes. All the piipern are practically ready nnd should thi- coi- onei's jury return a verdict of willful murder, extradition will he applied for at once. ilAJ. THEODORE I.. POOLE. caalons hn.-i met and talked with Gen. Harrison, both In Washington and at Grand army encampments. He MaJ. Poole were the only parsons In yesterday's delegation which called on On. Harrison who were acquainted with the ex-Prestdent. After Maj. Poole had Introduced hla friends, he known to Gen. Harrison ob- ject of their mission, which was. he to him attend th> state addrtnj oM toldiera. Cton. Har- ttat MAJ. POOLE'S DENIAL. No of Hl> Uoli, C At dore a late hour last night MaJ. Theo- L Poole. who had returned fnm Old Forge, wns seen by a Stand- ard reporter told of the press dis- patch which stated that Benjamin Har- rl-Mit had broken the silence, which un- til now had been maintained regard- ins his candidacy for President, by declaring to Maj. Poole that under no circumstances would" he accept the nomination. asked whether the thta pooltive aacertkm, Coo- Vitngiiartl of CnnTmillon, HeBli.. nliiR To Uny. ArrlTei In Baltimore, July advance guard of the great throng of IS 000 delegates and visitors who are expected from all parts of the country to par- ticipate in the convention of the tlnis joung people's union of America, which will open its sesalonn to-morrow, arrived Wi large numbers this morning Everv railroad station and steamship pier presented a lively appearance ns the crowds were welcomed by the numerous members of reception and registration The stations were decorated with blue and white bunting. Among the arrlvsJa was John H. Chapman of Chicago, the pre-ildent of the national union. Equitable In toanrt CondllJon. Albany, July Supi. James F. pierce of the Mute Insurance deportment tc-day made public the of the examina- tion mado by hla department into the of the Equltahte life assurance ot the United Sufis, which has Its principal ofttco In New York city The tato of tba company up >to Dtombar n. im, mart vtlej fynrimim, fell upon them. Both were mangled and builpd. ChllcJeri was foreman of tho bridge g.ing. Theic was a mo- ment of silence and the n tho hiss- Ing of steum and cries of the scalded men pleiced the nlr A wiecklng train was brought from Denver bilnslnfrphy- and suigeons. All that was possible was done for the suffering Thuy were taken to the hospital at La Junta for treatment. The bridge was of wood, 50 feet high and 300 feet long. Twenty minutes befoie the'accldent oc- curred tho Midland passenger train crossed the; structure. The cauBO of tho neolilont Is unknown. The wreckage Is piled up 30 feet, nnd It Is thought that there aio bodies still under It It will take two ilayn at loan to clear It awuv. About half the- .bridge wan taken away by the tialn In Its descent. The killed arc Jim Chllders. foreman bttdgo gang. Mrs. Cooper, wife of cngineot of the bridge work, Itnknow n tramp. Fatally Injured: Mark Winchers, engineer fi eight train, D. N. Irby, brakeman. James Neal Seriously Halley Frank Shaw. Wallace Cooper, Chnrle Van Moiter, Tom Smith, Jne Williams J. W Cole, C. C Carpenter, Thomas S. Stenhouso, C'hailes Sargent. The dead wero taken to Co'oratlo Pptlngs, where an inquest began to- night As the engine nenred the south end the woikmen undeinoath saw the bridge rock und shouted an alarm to their comrades Before" the danger could be realized the engine and :o car1! came crashing through. Mr Cooper shouted to wife but the noise of the cars drowned his voice LI HUNG CHANG'S ADVISER. John W. In IFatcrlowB- nill Vlill Mr. HarrlKon Special Dispatch to The Standard: Wateitown. W. Foster, who was counsellor and advisor to LI Hung Chang In the s-ttlement of China-Japan, war, arrived In the city yesterday, nceompanle I by his wife. They visited their children. Mrs. Robert Lansing and Mrs. Allan Macy Dulles. The entire family went this morning to Henderson Harbor, where they will spend the summer. Mr, Foster said that he expected to visit ex-President Harrison at Old Forge shortly., A Compromise tn Clinton County. Platuburg, July J.7.-AI the Clinton county Republican convention to-day J M. Weaver, J. p. O'Brien. W. T. Hon- K- ciourh mutwd aa remit WM are in jCotoratiiu FIVE MEN SCALDED. A Steam Plpa liiiritHiTlIoaril thn Torpada Hunt UrlottBim. New London, Conn., July 17 aftei noon tn-day tho lighthouse steam- or uactus oamo steaming up the har- bor at top Hpced tho cause of it madr> known nn noun na the vensel leaclicxl tho pier. Hhe had on board five men from the engineer's cU-part- ment ot the tnrpcdn boat K) lesson, who had beon ttrrlhly scalded by the hurst- Ins' of the cxlmuvt Hluiim while tho veHnel was tiylng to Hpcoil off BnrtletfH roof thin rnoinlng. The men were ut work at their station when the accident happened nnd they had no rhnnoc In their confined aunitern but to take the lull effects of the steam. Tho CnctuB WUR within hailing distance when tho accident happened and she responded at onco to the signal c.f the lemon The suirct-cro tnkc-n on boaid tho Cactus and their bodies were painted with white load to exclude the nlr from their exposed flesh, for the cuticle hud been removed In gieat patches on the back and limbs. Their suffeilngs wen. "xoruclatlnir. Di- rectly upon the Cactus's reaching Fer- gunon s wharf, an ambulance mill the men were taken to the Jltirlne howpHal The Injureri men aro Austin Williams, Junior engineer, New York; Joseph Hamilton. Junior engineer. Now York: David Cody. Jun- ior engineer, Jersey City; William Mer- wln, machinist, Duhuritie, la, and Jack Strinklnr, engineer, Dubimuu, la. INTEREST WILL NOT BE SOLD. tittnract (ompunT Will Operate Trolley on New York Blnto Citnnli.. Chicago, July W. Huwley, vlcc-pic'ildtnt of the Cataract gc-nerni olectilr c-ompanv, waft asked to-.Jiiy as to the truth of the published r.port that an Kngllsh syndicate had purchased a controlling Interest in his company which enjojs tho exclusive and per- petuHl right to all of the canal line-) ot the Ktiue of New York In their In- troduction of electi Iclty generate.! at Niagara for comm'Mcuil puiposes and ns n medium foi canal boat propulsion. 1 You can cay positively that the icport Is not said Mr Hawley "Wo shall build and opeiate our own lln and will nnt require any outside Mr. H in ley would not how pr that some part of the mlghi Hud Its way from London. He said that the line of electricity upon New Vork rtnto enhals would greatly roduc" the cost of transportation nnd that this wou'd Indirectly benefit Chicago ana the Northwest. 3ioRro Cirvtloutlt I'rnvokrtl bf Prince.on Trenton, X J, juk 17-The trlnl of the negro. Juhn s CMlIm f..r the minder of Fnderhk 1' Oil. .111 d shooting with Intent 10 kill Gari r llgli." Later In evening vvhlle near An- derson's restaurant, he hc.ird IV rho u- inif, and hastening there. pr is- tratc and bleeding form of Ohl and w it- ncssed the arrest of Collins. Hteve Downs, tho color.-.l man who in tho company of Colllni at the time of the quarrel and shooting, n. xt took the-stand nnd told the ttory of I he cilme He himself had Imd vvurds with Collins that evening. According to Us version of thu affair, when thu itudeutti and negroes came fbgcther the nccend one of the students, adder-inline Collins, siild- "if you've not a gun I with to Uod jou'd pull It out." .An- other Hudent at the same time x- clulmed: "if we had >ou down South we'd lynch you ll.-fore Anderso I's wnj< reached tho negroes iiiet "Spoi t" Thompson, who Infornnd tliem tl.at they had better atny out. One of the studc-nts shouted "We- are frolng to do you up." With the submission in denco of tho palings c-nirlrd hv dcntH, the revolver IIKC-I! hy Collins ana the extracted fiom OhPn sliite rested tho In thflr opening, counwl for Coll.ns siild tho defense would bo Collins had beon iirlevou t Impcwslbln to fell at this hour how many of the will due. They all uneonuclnua at midnight, When the nre sounded nearly every engine In the clly bottom., aa Hint the t-ltv I, pi-arli of big map, sent to the I'lni-k Which WHS d-ptrnyed Font WHter ets Pr.mi the "h, -il'irn, until w.'nes imrnminit and p-nhi-tlc trmna- r n Thf ortirtn thn m, n.rt p.1H1tlv..ly known. H bnrnt forih from the fcx which! j CJi id alory Witinut It' to started fmm tin own ,-arel.HHly ,m noor wan covered ulth hay. jn Bccne the hnndnome nve ntory liulldlnr; Th- Jumped t5 Hi- adjoining InilldlnitK, rapidly vourlng the and WBrehmi-iij, of- in- Hmllh coul imnd compnny, I be. >t'lrrl" stnlilw (he "i K (''In Kirk Hnfttmi n JL Tho fin- wim under rrintml when of Klein..... bulldlnr erc apparently Oonlil V. lll.hoM. Important loiter. Trenton. .V. J, July 17-An affidavit to ihe supreme court to-da> from Alexander Slmpion. friend of Rosella Ruhman, dcclarlnir thmt Gould, whom she suing to re-over the valuo of a rherk. Brk.iott-l- edged the truth of the young -Katlonii lo ex-Police Supt. Byrnes of w Vork The axsi-rta further that Gould has In hie possession c.rtaln era man.rlal to the pT-nrttng notion hJ'i hftf' htm produce upon the trial to r 2Z tho Annlvrmry of tti firxcuittloii of Homo bjr Troop., Home, Jul> penult- arl. provcil the- bill milking tnLer X tl annlvernary of the of ih. ir niitm and the QVHI uatlan of Homu by tin papal troops In a niiilotuil f.-te duv. In the course of tho dc-huto on the mc.ii- urn Pramlrr Crlspl SUM bill was In- portnnt as a declaration of Italy's polity toward Vatican. Tlio gov. rnmcnt, lie i-iil.l. closlrnl neither a conronltt nor eombut. Thoy would however, fall i- observe the liiw of -o the pope ns the heail of n reunion th it had greater fropclom In Itiilj than It hi thnt peace between the Mate ehureh mujt The pr mler's speech was recelted with chetrr A Henna In Ihe Bnlflan Ofputlei. Brussels. July i.eene of great e cltement oecurred In chumbi r of .1. utli-s to-day when M. Demblnn. CorlullM In the o( u Hpecch thut although the Belgian royal family hi.'! come to Belclum as poor BH they hrrl become enormously rich from the nwent of tho poor of the country A uproar ensued and president order, Demblon to withdraw his words but tU deputy refused to retract "fnitle WOT I, Ilavn Amwluo July and Doucett. who early morning totse They down without warning. VM fighting flro without fhoufBt! of appioiuhlnif danger v.hen cjnnc T.-n tli.nimind peopl.' n-ltntiwrt dls.iHier. For a moment both and women lost their complrtu- ly Then forward aided in Ihe of the burIM men. H.iily nnd I'lpoman Wlibrl were tlio firm duir from rulnn, bul when they wero drag-tod out' ilfo WUB cxtlni t. BHEEZE 1X8. A, Mnllitii to 1'utirr Offlnlal OrgMt. Hochesler, July of the Ladles' Catholic henevoltnt M> by n motion made by Murrln to make U C. A Ji-uinul. of HalamancA, ortl- i l.il org.in throuich which to publish the The dlscuHslon created a lirrejee of excltenn-nt. Over n, fiom iihynlilnnn w.-ie presented for tho appointment lh. position of nic.llw.l John J Hvnea of Ilurfalu. pupunie l.gul advlstr. present' d a. r-jK.rl In which nald "I suf- tli u In the agreement to be l.y un iipiillcnnt for membenihlp, R eon- .lltlon be IHM, rl.d whereby she Ix-melf to fiu felt her of membc-rrhlp If It rhould after In- proven that concealed the fucio In regard to il rariilllli-n and family I would also sugKent a limitation to amount In whlc h nn acil-m may he In- stltut'd agaliiKt (he lutlon hy nnr P'isoii making cUlm to tho film) or nn.v ji irr thereof report ill" supreme tiusteea was then prcc. !ov. Sloiton to the tlou of nffulr-. In other p-niil In (he ute-'e met to-ouy and by (he election of ex-Sc-nulor Llwpenard Hlewan fifv York UK preiiaent. The commlminn, tetl J .Montanyo of Cortlan-l, nn-l J Hojd of n temporal y hslrman. KiewHrt siild (hey adopted a anl III MI (Ml Hi, to notify (he vnnlenp, hc-inln of hni they hnd and hfgun work they nliouM expei i No- emlxir 1 n from Meh la. (liution an of t. IK roitnldoa nil The election of a ary deftrre.1 until next September i. The new rommlxfiion the followlnr, all of whom >resem at to-dayn mating: ot ttfw Charlen J. Itayct ot Ilildlctown, NtElson of Troyt WHUaw It Rrmlnetoa of Canton, Jofea O. cf WllUara f. Uon- ---------CorOamj, hen j I t If,

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