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The daily herald. [volume] (Brownsville, Tex.) 1892-1897, December 24, 1896, Image 2

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THURSDAT DEO 21 18
CUBAN RESOLUTION
It Will Not Be ConsideJefl XJn
til After the Molidny Re
cess
Washington D C Dpc 20
There ie very little probabil
jty that tberewjll beany chunge
in the programme of congress
for an adjournment for the
holidays on the 33d instant be
cause of the Cameron Cuban
rnsolution which will be re
ported to the senate to morrow
morning The rules of the sen
ate provide that in case of a
single objection reported it
shall go over till the next day
Conseqnenilv an attempt was
made to have the resolution
considered tomorrow A great
many senators havemade their
preparations to leave the city
for the holidays and it is
thought unlikely that a quorum
can be mustered on Tuesday by
which business can be transact
d and this point would be
raised if the Cameron resolution
was brought forward
The statement made by Mr
Olney is still the subject of
earnest discussion On some
hands his position is fally sus
tained whileonot hers it iead
tuitted that from a purely
technical statement of law the
secretarys position is cor
ren bat that certainly he
violates the principle of the
nnstitntion Those who make
this contention reverse the cir
dms tnces Supposing they
pay that the president deolar
ill BE M
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ed that he intended to recog1
niz c renubHf and that cou
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dtciariug it theii judgment that
no such actiou should be taken
would it be poesible for the
president despite the position
of both senate and house to
use the executive prerogative
and recognize a republic This
constitutional point has for the
time being supplanted in in
terest the resolution itself and
it is known that when the re
solution is brought forward
for discussion that a debate of
considerable interest and length
will ensue on the subject The
position of Mr Olney setting
forth that of the administration
will undoubtedly have its effect
in some quarters of the senate
and it is said tonight that
sufficient opposition can be
mustered to defeat the resol
ntion
NOTICE TO APPLICANTS
Austin Tex Dec 20 Gov
ernor Culberson returned to
Austin this morning and gave
out the following statement llI
will thank the preis to give
notice that no application for
pardon will be considered until
after the meeting of the legis
lature Already the full share
of lime the pa8t year has been
given to this business The
short time between now and
the meeting of the legislature
is absolutely necessary for the
consideration of matters that
have accumulated in my ab
sent and the preparation of
messages no the legislature
Parties will save lime by not
visiting Austin for the present
on pardon business for it can
not and will not be considered
Applications for pardon should
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be sent by mail to the govern
ors office where they will be
filed and taken np in their or
der after the time named and
not before
THE PRESIDENTS RETURN
Washington D C Dec 20
The president and his com
panions who have been hunt
ing in South Carolina waters
for a week returned to the city
at an early hour this morning
via the Atlantic Coast line
having left Georgetown early
yesterday afternoon The pres
ident has had a restful time
and feels much refreshed and
invigorated after the fatigue
brought on by his exacting
duties preparatory to the meet
ing of congress The presidents
good luck attended him in the
sport and the string of ducks
brought home were distributed
to friends in the city
Vhe U S Govt Reports
show Royal Baking Powder
suocrlor to all others
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Only a few more days until Christmas Dont wait until the last minute but come at once
and examine ourassortment of Holiday Presents Our stock consists of the finest
selection of Sterling Silver Leather Goods Perfumery and all kinds of Toilet
Articles You ca n find at our store suitable presents for your husband
wife sweedieart or the children
Our line of
Sterling Sil
ver
DESISTS OF
Hat Pins Side Combs Dres
sing Combs Scarff Fasteners
Nail Files Belts Belt Pins
Scissors Link Button Etc
Our immense stock of
Leather Goods
Such as
Purses Card Cases Dres
sing Cases Cuff and Collar
Boxes Etc is complete
Partial lisf of
Our Other Goods
are
Manicure Sets Mirrows
Box Paper Brush Stands
Cigar Cases Combsr Hair Nai
and Tooth Brushes
A cordial myi tation is extended to everybody to Call afnd take a look at our large display of
goods Good goods and prices that cannot be descountedv
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FAR ENOUGH
Even Star Baseball Pitchers
Have Caught the
Cuban Fever
Cleveland O Dec 19 It
is stated that George C Cup
py the star pitcher of the
Cleveland baseball club is
about to start from his home
in Loganspoftr Ind with a
party of friends for Cuba to
join the insurgents
The following letter was re
ceived today from Cuppy by a
friend in this city Before
leaving the country I thought
it best to write briefly in the
way of explanation You will
not see my name on any score
card next summer perhaps
never again I intend to en
list with a party of friends in
the Cuban army I expect to
leave Logansport for Cuba
Dec 26th
THE LABOR
LABORCONVENTION
CONVENTION
Cincinnati O Dec 20
Many of the delegates to the
sixteenth annual convention of
the American Federation of
Labor returned home last night
and today but all the officers
committeemen and others in
terested in unfinished business
remain for tomorrow s session
Mass meetings were held to
day of the bakers brewers
building trades and other amal
gamoted associations to which
addresses were made by the
national officers of the different
organizations All organized
trades having union labels held
a joint meeting to urge union
ists to purchase only such
goods as bore the union label
The committees completed
their work today and it is stat
ed that the convention will be
able to conclude tomorrow
nijjht
This afternoon President
Gompers occupied the pulpit
of Wesley chapel speaking on
the interests of organized la
bor Bishop Waldi and most
of the ministers of this city oc
cupied seats on the platform
His subject was A Rough
Sketch of a Rugged Struggle
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Constipation
Causes fully half the sickness In the world 3
retains the digested food too lone in ttis tierces
rTi firodcccs biliousness torj > d liver led
COONY THE
OW ARRESTED
Sf Joseph Mo Dec 20
John P Kunz the suspect
in the famous Dr Cronin mur
der case who was known as
Copney the Fcrx hrfs been
arrested and taken to Leavers
worth Kan charged with ob
taining money under false
pretences Kunz recently
bought the Hotel Imperial in
check for 506 on account and
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Ambassador Bayards Daught
er Will be Married a
Second Time
Wilmington Del Dec 20
The engagement is announc
ed of Mrs Reynold Abraham
Lewenhaupt widow of Count
Lewenhaupt formerly Nellie
Bayard youngest daughter o
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ritz Hpgren a young architect
of Paris The ceremony will
take place in that city but no
date has been fixed Mrs
Lewenhaupt s former husband
to whom she was rilarried ori
April 221891 died two weeks
after the ceremony
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