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Logansport, Indiana
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THE VOL. XXI. LOGANSPORT, INDIANA, SUNDAY; MORNING, JUNE 21,:i896. •*_".' } ' NO. 149. Stamped Linens. We Open for Tomorrow's Display and Sale our entire stock of plain and Stamped Linens. Each article is marked with a blue pencil at cost & below and you will at once acknowledge that we have many Bargains in this Department. -) H0i>, —S. New ofl'Octs iu Q} l.Vyliesfor 23c,20c. •*/ lot- iiiul lOc Linen luueh clothes til ;lll thu now dc- sigiw ami effects. ?3.00 92.00 ones [or about oue- hall'. 9.1.00 lunch for ...,5Sc Trny cloths, sideboard scarfs, throws, stand covers, Imiudry lings, elc.. vc-vy much below the rvgukir price. Our underwent' s.-ile has beeu quite a success ihU past week. 1'lie very niotlcrateclcv!- iug j)rices did it. We will continue samo during tho coming week. F 1.2.' Empire gown for GS cents. Coisot covers, drawers, skirt*, gowns, made like- only this store handles there nt n pleasing reduction. 400-411 BROADWAY. WASH GOODS CALL ON M'KINLEY. Members of the. New York Delegation Stop Off at Canton. Ex-President Harrison Sends a Congratulatory Letter—Reception for Mrs. McKinloy. ** fr" C >-^» 20e mid ^~^LJP Syndics for ... 20c Dom&s'lic Cor .. . y/7t : .V.,E. ,..., J Ail out' fine Li, Jy/H \ sw^scs n :'ui a-ucl Dapetto cfi'ect's for ............ 15c 35c now design Or- 2,~ie Oi> lOc broidery eft'eor.s duced. liave been much re- Come Tomorrow. Clothes up to Date . . Have been In great favor at our establishment. Fact Is no one has a finer line of woolens and worsteds to select from than 6 nre. Important£Features ... in ithe make-up of our clothes work their superiority. We a not the cheapest tailors but claim to be tho best. Carl W. Keller, Tailorand Draper. 311 Market Street. We Have Others we Call Them Knights We also have an assDrfcinent of second hand bicycles which must be sold. Call and make an offer. The queen of hearts in all these parts, If you can tr° by rumors' Is one who rides a wheel, and glides About in dainty bloomers. ZINN & COMPANY. 202 Sixth Street Invitations. Are always appreciated and especially so when they are tastefully gotten up. THE JOUKNAL Job Printing Department is making a specialty of » .NVITATIONS, PROGRAMS- . LETTER HEADS, NOTE HEADS. BILL HEADS,: STATEMENTS, CARDS, CIRCULARS, ETC.- ETC. Latest Styles in Fancy Type and Material. Fresh Water Yeast! flakes the purest and sweetest Bread- The Bread Recipe on separate Slip is PERFECT. . THE BUCKEYE YEAST CO., ASHLEY, OHIO. PROTECT YOUR EYES. Tlie Hlrchberg Optical Co. The well-known Specialists or New York have appointed D. A, UAUK asagont [or thalE celebrated Spectacles a nd «j Glasses, every pair guaranteed, " . , l>. A. HA.UK has complete assortment and Invites all lo[ satlatr themselves of tile great superiority ot tnasa goods over an; manalactunxi, at the store ot D. A. H.vtJK, sole agent to Logawport Infl. ;No Peddlers Supplied. Canton, 0,, June 20.—As Jluj. Mc'-i Kinley ciime out of the breakfast room ijatimlny morning 1 he mot nt ihe floor the_ "nTcilihers^ of the New York rle,le- gdtioiT,' who wci|e iufmitted t-o the convention, filter a 'doxik-.sl befoTc the national committee. They were ComeIiU:i X. Jil-ss, Anson' G, McCock, S. V. X, rrufffr, William Ui-ookfieid, C. IT. T. Collis and Robert .'I. Wright, They wort: a.ceompani(,-d by Mr. Abner Mc- Kinli-y, the major's brother, whose wilV h:is bce,n ^ gue.s-o of the house for si-venil days; Senator .Tame.s 1 11, Gar-: field, son of the late president; Thomas F. ]if*iin. H. C. L'obinson and liobert Miller, alteriuiles from the. district* represented by the delegates named, and the following p-entlcmcn: Ger.. 1 >lornct; Poi'ter. president of the Uiiio-n Li'iifrue elub; Col. Henry H. Pettyinan. Ohio, of (iov. Ijus'hni'li's stall!; Senator Fni.nk D. Pavoy, of New York; 1-iobt-rt J. Lewis, ex-member of the New York assembly: And few Jacobs iiit-nihcr of the st;ite committee in Xnw York; Williiiiii S. liajrjf, l!enj:iir,in Op- penhetmer, William llencker, John C. tirnhiim, Andrew IVddi, Thomas Humpln-i-y, T. F. M':M"ullon, Montague Luslur, T. F. McGowan anil Lloyd Collis. Their special car was detached from the train tit the station and they walked to the house. .It-hud not yet 306 been put in order, bur. the visitors were FOURTH ST, warmly greeted by Mnj. MoKinley. Presented to MI-M, Mt-Klnley. While conversing; with him in the pnrlor, Mrs. McKinley returned from a short drive and each of the party was presented to her. In several she found old friends, notably Gen. McCook, who is a native, and.for a long time was a resident of an adjoining- county. Before leaving the party was photographed seated under a tree in the front yard. All of them bore .way a memento of the visit in the shape of the' candidate's autograph under a suitable sentiment, Abner McKinley drove several of the gentlemen about ;tlie'city and surrounding- country for an hour or two. The New Yorkers left We are at 1:20 o'clock for home over the Pennsylvania railroad. There was no formality in the greeting's, but Maj. Me- Kinley conferred at some length with several members of the party over the outlook in New York for the campaign, ^fr, Bliss, who is president of the Tariff Ieagti6, ccpVcsscd the liveliest satisfaction over the situation^ fie Wai asked tvliat; in his opinion, would be the ef- fect.of the efforts now making by M.r. Whitney, Senators Gorman and Brice, nnd other democratic leaders, to stem the tree silver tide setting- in toward CJdcag-o. "I should not be surprised if tho result were a modified declaration of the money question and the nomination of n man whose.personal record would enable the party to make its fip-ht on him rather than on the platform." Siraiks lllk-lily of Molnirt. Gen. Horace Porter spoke to.Maj. McKinley quite enthusiastically • of Mr. Hobart, the vice presidential candidate. "He is a capital candidate in every •way," said the general. • "He is a man oi fine presence, dignified and handsome. He has a parliamentary experience as speaker of the New Jersey, house and president of the senate and make's a fine presiding- officer. He is near,-enough to be almost one of us, and New York is for him." ... It transpired in the course of the conversation that Maj. McKinley was bul slightly acquainted with Mr. Hobart, having met him only once, some years ago. Gen. McCook, who was the only one of the six admitted delegates to- vote for Gov. Morton, said the .conditions were such thnt New York could not well have had the second place on theticket. "If Gbv. Morton had been nnmed there would have been injected into the campaign two issues, of which the rest of the country knows nothing- practically —the Uaioes law and GrcntcrNew York —and the effect ofwhich.no one could foresee. The issues before the nation ore definite enough to satisfy all demands in that direction." ftforton'H SuccfiKKor »H Governor. "Who will be nominated for governor?" was asked, "I 'don't know. 7.1iere will be a sharp contest for that In the convention. I see Warner Miller was named for the position by Mr. Milholland In introducing him here ITriday night But it is not settled." . . . Col.' Cruger said. : the result at St. Louis, in his opinion, would '.tend to heal the factional differences in New York--and to add aggressiveness .to the state campaign, "ll'o shall give Maj, McKiuley the biggest majority a presidential candidate ever received." ' Senator Garfield" Svent on home by \vay of Cleveland. " :• •'- • • Kac-PreKldcut HnrrJ«mi Henrd From. Congratulatory- messages by wire have, about ceased nrrivinfr. but the mail' Saturday morniug-broug-ht in a preut number. Among 1 them was the. following nutogra.ph letter-from ex•'President Harrison:._. . '. "My.Dear Governor': I he? to extend to you^my hearty congratulations upon y,our nomination, and to express my confidence that'the people -*lll In November ratify we -\voriv ot. me at. jxmia convention. Please present my respects to Mrs. Mo- Klnley. (Sinned) Benjamin Harrison." • Also.-the. following: "Cincinnati, O'., Jur.B ]9.—Maj. William McKlnlej-.-' Dear Sir and Companion- While politics, by-the-organic law, has no place In this order, there la no prohibition against the expression o£ rmturnl pride when tho people of tho United States thrice make, requisition upon the Ohio commandery for/a chttt magistrate of the •fcpubllc. ' "Yours Uuly.rW, H. Chamberlln, Ohio Commander Loyal Lesion." Maj. McKinley received over tne pri-- vate wire in his housc t before goitiff to bed Friday night, a copy r/f the interview 1 j.n Pittsburgh with Chairman Harrity, of the democratic nilfion.il committee, about tha work of the St. Louis convention, und the bolt of the silver men. Tie adhered to his settled purpose, however, and made no comment on Mr. Harrity's views. T,udU:»' Koccptlon for Mm. McKinley. It has been decided to hold the Indies' reception for Mrs. Mt-Kijiley next Friday afternoon. Mrs. Alice Danner Jonas will deliver/a congratulatory address, and the Veueivii'.jj party will in- .cliide Mother Mt;Kin!(?y, Mr*. JfcKin- ley, Mrs. Abner McKinley. Miss McKinley, -Miss Grace MeKinley and any giirsls they may hnvu at the time. Mi-. .'John lioyle, Mnj. McKinley's pri- vnte spcretnry, vho -lui.s been wit.li him for jn;iny ye.-i.-s, will reach Canton Mon- dr.y and take charge o£ the office work of the campaign. Ke will speiid Sun- diiy in Columbus with liis family. ]nvttL-rt Holiurt to VUlt Him. The i-eport that the republican New iTnr.scy delegation, with Jlr. Hobart, tlie (•iee pivsiidi-ntiaJ ctiiididute.- \vcre in a raili'o:id wreck near PittHburgh, c.-iused soiucanxietj'toM'aj.MeKinley a.iul those ;it the house when it. was received. It was felt, however, that tlu-re must, be some mistake ns to the presence of the Xcw Jersey people. Maj. MuKinley's telegram to Mr. Hobart in answer to his message of congratulation rind inviting- him to visit Canton en route home, evidently did nut reach him Friday, and it was repented Saturday, addressed Tatei-son. Sketch of Garret A. lloburt. A sketch of the life of the republican nominee for vice pn'.sidont, Garret A. Hobart, may prove interesting at this time ,-ijid :i brief biography follows: ['Garret A. Hobart, nominated by tho republican party for t)je vict. 1 pt-usidency at the 1,'nlted Stati;s. was born at Long Brar.eh, N. J.. In 3SW. J-U-jrrailuated from college"- before lie was 20 year BEGINS TO GAIN. Indications of a More Hopeful Outlook ia Business Lines. Views of R. G. Dun & Bradstreet on the Situation. Co. and Trade of w VorJt, June 20,—3^, G. Dun & Co., iai their weekly review of trade, say: "There are continued signs that a gain ir. buslues» has beg-un. Stocks have gone hlKher than they were before the «_rtl- tlclal break ten - days ago. Wheat and cotton are In better demand; there is more commence In monetary circles, and the tendency toward shrinkage In great Industries seems^ln some measure at least to be chocked.'- rWhile tlie outcome of the democratic convention is uncertain and the great crops are not yet wholly beyond dan- por, a sure and strong improvement could hdi-dl" be expected, but the tone In business circles hus icrovn distinctly ciore hopeful. •'Clearing house "xdiangcs for the past week aro 3.-1 uur'cont. li-sa than last year's, and only 5.2 per cent. less tlmn in ]SS3. Tile boot u:id shoe Industry not only holds Its place as the most^H-osperous of the great industries, but reports some gain both In oi'dors and prices; - Textile manufactures do not gain. There Is rather more hope- JL'lne.ss \vhich Is felt In tbe arrest of the decline In \vooj'; prices average no lower than June J, and sales do not decrease. Manufacturers await orders which clothiers hope for soon, but are not yet ready to pivc, and the only changes In prices are declines of 5 to 10 per cent, in some very low (jrade goods. The waiting in Iron and steel brings a- slightly lower average of prices, the lowest s!r.ce April I, and only l.S per cent, above the lowest of the year, tho'iieh tho combinations make no change In quotations. Failures for the- week have boon OT In the United States, against 22S last year, and :!S In Canada, against SI last year." Bradslreet's says: "A national presidential convention In the opening week of the between-seasons period of dullness explains the restriction in the' volume.of trade. In the Industrials lines there Is «b imijrovunienr. Jn iron and steel prices ot^some varieties tend lower and buyers manifest little Interest as to requirements. Present activity among dry goods jobbers Is confined to working off odd lots preparatory-to stock taking. The movement or merchandise Is smaller In volume than a week a?o, greatest activity belmj shown in htadware, groceries, drugs, paints and clothlnc." FOR CLASSIFIED ASSESSMENTS. OK!, nnd studied law with Socrates Tuttk at PaKifson,--bfilng admitted to the ha In 3S50, ' In 1S72 he was elected a member of th' Jx'civ Jersey house, and was re-elected and was i'hOH'.'n speaker. He deelined un election In 1S73 and in 1S77 !ie was electeu Honator from Passatc county. He ivas reelected to this position, and served in olllce from that time until the expiration of- the year 1SS2, 'being, president pro tern .of 1 the b'o'dy tor the lust-.two-years of which he was a member. "••'" ' ~ •tn ISSJ.he was-nominated bj-tTi'en. li'oa'n caucus of the legislature for United States Senator 1 , but -was not elected, us the legislature was democratic, and John R. J-Icfherson was chosen. In ISM-lie became a member ol! the republican nationa committee. In business life he has been active and onergotlc. Ke Is the president o? the Passalc Water company, tho Acquacka- nonk Water compan}', the Paterson Railroad company's consolidated lines, the Atorrfs County railroad and the 'People's Gas company. He Is a director In several notional., banks, •including the First national banlc oC Patei'son and the Patcrson .savings Institutions. Il'o is also on the.di- rectory boards of the New York,.Snsque- hanna & Western rallroacr, the Lehl^'h & Hudson River rullroud, t":e Barbour Flax SplnnlnR- com]>any, the Pioneer Silk company, tho Poison Klectric IlliiiriinatiiiK companj', the American Cotton Oil company and some 40 or more additional corporations. With .many of thoso: concerns he holds the position oC leRal adviser. Mr. Hobart is a resident of Paterson, whero he has a beautiful homo, which Is the center of the social amenities of the city.] Report of Hcncltctal Comuitttcti of Supreme J-Oilpre A, O. U. W. Submitted. -Bull'alo, N. Y., June 20.—The report of the beneficial committee of the supreme lodge A, 0. U. \V., which has been investigating the scheme of insurance with a view to recommending reforms, wns submitted Saturday mornir.g-. The report favors chiissified us.se'ismeiiLs and recommends assessments ranging- from 00 cents ($1,000 certificates) ag-<;s IS to 2-J, to S1.7S, ages 53 and over, the rates to advance with the advance of the a;.fe of members. The committee.also proposes a readjustment of the relief law, so as to provide for an emergency fund to meet the deficiency which will arise as shown by tables presented on account of those members who attain the age of 54, to which the assessment rate is limited. This fund is to be raised by a monthly assessment of 25 cents, one-half of the amount so raised to be placed in the CTJiud lodge treasuries subject to call and the other half to be invested. MORGAN IS MUM. lie Refine* to T«LI gcimtoot What Profl*-' Ul» JUoiid Syndicate Miidr. New York, June20.—Tbe spec;al corn- mi ttee of the senate, appointed ;o investigate recent bond issues, resumed their inquiry in the Hoffman house. Thu first witness was J. Pierpont Morgan. Mr. Jlorg-an sug-g-csted that it would be better if he were allowed to tell just what his connection had been with the bond issue, and the committee might ask him questions later. This plan was adopted, but he declined to tell what profit his firm had made out of tha bond issue, or at what price the bond* were sold by himself and his associates to others, on the ground'that these matters were exclusively his private business. He said th;it no member of the government or any oflicial jad any interest in any way in tboso bonds. Mr. Morgan said that he did not believe anyone else could have got the jrold and that the government could lot have made better terms with anyone else, lie told the committee that had had no conference with President Cleveland with reference to the lu.st loan, and that he had prepared to loan tlie government $200,000,000' in gold if requested to do so. Senators Jones and Vest questioned Mr. Morgan at some length with refer- once to the g-old bars in the subtreas- uj-y. They wanted to know why the government eould not sell them for coin either here Or in Europe. Mr. Morgan explained to the questioners that tbe government could not do as they suggested,- and said that it was a fact Hint the Hank of England at that tizne- h?ld move United States gold coin than the Unik'i] St;iX's treasury did, and he pointed out that at the time of tho loan if he had presented 510,000,000 in. United States notes at the treasury for payment the government eould 'jot have redeemed them. John A. Stewart, president of the L'nited States Trust company, was th« icx't witness, and he testified on tho same lines as Mr. Morgan, and refused to state wh.-u profit resulted to his company through the sale of the bonds. WILL NOMINATE TELLER. SHOT. DEAD BY TRAMPS. THE MOXEV QUESTION. iit:ercH p t^T*IttnlftHt m I'o*HibIe At Don of Ohio L>unim:rutlc Convention. Cohimbus, O., June 20.—Though th democratic state eon volition is to b held here next Tuesday and \Veclne* day, not a'uame bus been mentioned i con.'H'ctioi) with any of the state office for which'nominations are to be murli The whole interest is centered on th action to be taken On the money ques tion. Four-fifths of the cleleg.itcs ar already selected and a large major it} of them ai-e free silver advocates. Th rest were selector] Saturday. The con vention will no doubt stand for free silver though the action of Cnyahoga Lucas, Montgomery and Butler conn tics, in declaring for the single goh stiuidu-rd, has ci-entxxi a nucleus nrount -which opposition of respectable proportions may gather. . John A. McMahon, of D.-tyf-on, ,?vho was selected for temporary chairman has declined on account of the evident free silver tone of the convention, he being in' favor of maintaining the present gold standa-rd. The state central committee 1 ! will choose another person to take this place when it meets here next week. Probably 40 out of the 4G delegates from this state to the Chicago convention will be for free silver. ROBBERS SURPRISED. Night Wiitcliman Succi-iHls In PrcvcntliiB ft Biff Bobberjr. . Ottinnwo, .Ia., June 20. — Saturday moraing- Watchman Fry, at Fa.irfiuld, surprised twb'men endeavoring to g-ain nn entrance,, to..'the vault of a bank. They opened fire on him with revolvers. He returned.the'flre, seriously wounding- one and inflicting- a bad wound on the other, who escaped to the woods, \vhcre he ia now surrounded. He says he will not be token alive. Evidence found on the person of the.man seriously wounded proves him to be a noted crimlnnl. Fate of Two Citl7,on« of Wyoming, Minn. —The TnimpK Escape. Minneapolis, Minn, June 20.—A special to the Penny Profs from 'Wyoming, Minn., ,-i station on the St. Paul & Duluth 1 railway, says that two citizens of tli.it place known by the names of Paul-and Hayes, were shot dead by a couple of tra:iips'i>iday night who hod attempted to hold them up, nJong with Dr. foster, of St. Paul, who was there on bis way to visit a patient in the country. The \lrnmps escaped and n.rc being pursued. \ They will probably be lynched if caught. CREATES A (BAD IMPRESSION, Views of it >1ic!ilc:in Silvrritc or. Action of JirmornitU: Cunvontiou. ^Detroit. Mich.. June 20. — "In my opinion. Senator Teller will bethenom- inon for president of the deniocratio national party at. their coming convention at Chicago," said Fred A. Bakar, jne of the silver exponents of the dem- 5ci-nlic parry in Michigan, Saturday morning. "There is no doubt that silver will predominate at that great gath- .-ring, and its standard-bearer will be a man who stands squarely on the issue. The fight will be between Bland and. Teller." Mr. Baker says that the seats of th.re« of Michigan's delegate's at larg'c and [out district delegates to the, national :onvciition will be contested. He ia confident the silver contestants will bo seated, and this will give the silver men the control of the delegation, and it will be voted as a unit for silver. * Mr. Baker says that if the democratic national committee endeavors to foil the wishes of tbe party there will be tho biggest bolt that ever happened in any party in. this country, and that thero will be two conventions. He intimated that the M.iahigrm silver delegates H-oiild be solidly for Teller and would work hard for his nomination. SUCCESSFULLY LAUNCHED. \Vlmti'Sjmln Thl^iltH of Display of Cuban Fluff m Hupubllctin Convention. Madrid, Junct'UO.—A very bad impression has been .iuade here by the cablegrams received fi-ijin the United States announcing that the Cuban flag was displayed at.the republican national convention in St. Louis. The press, in their comments upon the occurrence, are agreed that the real Cubaji question is not in Cuba, but in the United States, and the government is urged by the newspapers to prepare at once for contingencies. ' . POPULISTS FOR An TELLER. d Announcing rfiiis to Be IN«U Thin Fact. St. Louis, June 20.—The populista will support Senator Teller for the presidency. \Thls will be the substance of an address to be issued by the populists. The document will be addressee to all friends of silver and will be signed by nearly 30 of the party leaders. The decision to support Teller lias been arrived at, and will be carried out regardless of the'action of the democratic convention at Chicago. Oma.ha, Neb.; June 20. — Sixteen 'rnmc buildings, all but two of them one story, and including: the post office, were, destroyed by fire at Walnut, Ia., Saturday forenoon. Loss 513,000 on )uilding-s alone, stocks not estimated: 3est part of business portion was saved. ScrlouM Strlkn-oJt MiLuors nt LnaJvlllo. Leadville, Col.', June 20.—The number of striking- miners reached 1,500 by' noon Saturday and tome excitement irevails. The hills are being 1 deserted, fine owners still insist that they will iot give the increase of pay asked. rtont Boat Kvcr Built In Michigan So* Afloat at Detroit. Detroit, Mich., June 20.—The largest boat ever built in Michigan was. successfully launched from tlie Wyandotte yards of the Detroit Dry Doclc company Saturday morning. The new boat was christened "The Senator." She was built for tho Wolverine Steamship company, of Detroit, and cost ?2GO,000. She is 420 feet over all, 400 feet keel, 45 feet 6 inches beam and 2S feet deep. She is e.ypected to carry 4.300 gross tons on about 15 feet <ira£t. THEY TURN ON THE TURKS. DruHfs of Syrln Revolt nntl Annihilate Four CoiupiinlcK of Abdul Ifmnld'a Troop*Constantinople. Jane 20. — Advices received here from Damascus say that the Druses have revolted and have annihilated four companies of Turkish troops and captured several g-uns. Twelve battalions of troops will be immediately dispatched from Salonika to Syria. PRESIDENT WYCKOFF DIES. Dunk OAlclul Succumbs to Hln Wound Received at IlniKlK of e. Crank. >'ew York, June 20.—The physicians of thu Xew York hospital g-ave up hope Saturday for President George H. WyckoiT, of the Kew Amsterdam bank, who was shot on Monday by Georg-e H. Scmple, the crank, who demanded $0.000 from him. Friday night lie took a bad turn and nt 11:35 Saturday forenoon he passed away. Salinbury for Arbitration. London, June 20.—The marquis of Salisbury, replying to a deputation from the International Arbitration league, said it was his desire to extend arbitration to those whose interests were committed to the government's charge. There was every hope that England and the United Slide* would give the world the first instance ot the triumph of s principle which would tend more than anything e)su to abolish war. Tanrlcr* Hlrt K«riIfrn;ttlO)i. Allanw, Ga.. June 20.—Commissioner •William Bailey Thomas, of the Southern Slates Passenger association, ha« tendered his resignation, to take effect July 1.

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