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   Fort Wayne Sentinel (Newspaper) - December 6, 1879, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               VOL XIX.-NO. 289 SA TUllPAY EVENING, DECEMBER 0, 1879. All Advertising Contracts made by the "Sentinel" are conditioned upon this paper having more than Daily Circulation, which is larger than the circulation of all the other English Dai- lies of the city combined and more than double that of any other daily paper. Our subscription books are open to inspection. O'Olools.. CABLEGRAMS President Grevy's Course Viewed with Great Ap- prehension. COLUMN. n this eo sxc t One-Hair Cent ent for INS than n SOSAL, etc TliefkctlUi_______________ xiion among AJ.LGLASSKS OP PKOP oliUj- valuable tor ttls kind of adreitisi Humbert aiid the laiso" Newspaper Pun- ished for Sedition. (tj-Dentha slid Jfarrlsgwi cenu. AtlTertiiem etc.. etc., CIMT a ward. !DU, ANXOIJWCEMENTS. rpHE FORT WAYNE NATIONAL Notice is hereby given thut.the annual meeting of the stockholders the Fort Wayne National Bank will beheld aWLs bunking house, 011 Tuesday, January fitii, between the lionrs of 10 a. m. and 3 p. for the election directors, to" serve tnc ensuing year. J.D. BOND, P.30L Cashier. FRANCE. GRKVY'S COVBSE. London, Dec. correspondent telegrjiphsthat. President Grcvy alone nt present lias tlia authority required to group the forces of the liberal party and prevent Its elements from breaking up In uon.uslon. All impartial observers have for some time remarkeil this, and all have been sorry.to see President Qrevy assume a silence which will soon be looked upon as a fault, and almost a neglect of duty. It is time for President Grevy to speak out and indicate to tho nation the sure path of peaceful progress. PKES8 PROSECUTIOXa. Paris, Dec. Mtnellaue news- paper hus been suspended for six months and its manager sentenced to one month's imprisonment, and to pay a fine of 500 franca, for publishing the statement of Humbert, in which ue stigmatizes tha acts of the'Ventailles courts martial us a prostitution of Justice Humbert, for making the statement, was sentenced to six months Imprlson- The House Committee Coneic eringtla- 3 Contested Elec- t io n Cases. Treasui-y p urohases of Bom For Sinking Fund. COSTB 3TKD ELECrriONS. .oiise committee on electloi tarmdeW, S Hoover, Kleflfor an Overton heW tJleir meeting thiVmorn ing with eve y member in atlendnuce. request was received from Washburne ftom lhe s ln llisftase The 3f0f Bfobee vs Hall of th rldft District will be taken iu imrsday next anil all arguments heart E -URCHASES OF At tl treasury the openim? of pro ssalst o sell Uie :overm for the i von fl' re jjroposals submitted .iggregatlug He been conflria Meteorological. f ahingtou, Dec. he Ohio valley, rising barometer, tly winds, colder clearing weather, rea in the western portions by lall- arometer and southerly winds. For region, risine barometer, brisk high winds, generally colder and r weather, preceded over Luke Huron -he lower lakes by falling biirometei warmer southerly nvinds, followed t er the upper lakes by partly cloudy v iatherandoccnsloualllghcsnow. Marine. New York, Deo. 6.-Arrived; The steam- AT annual election of omcerfi and tbree trustees of Harmony No. O. 0. K. will take place on Thurs- day evening, Decemher25tb, 1879. E, B. GREEN, N. G. K.B. SMITH, Kecretary. morning at Mrs. Theresa Honser, mother of Mrs. J. E Ohnhaus, aged years, 10 months. .Kun- cral to take place Monday p.m. from St. Mnry's. German Catholic Church. Friends ol the family are Invited to attend without nnyjrurther notice. ----------------r------- but I ship Egyptfrom Liverpool. tiueeustowu, Dec. 6.-Arrived: Tlic steamship Pennsylvania irom Piiiladel- phla. TO-DAY'S FOREIGN NOTES. direct from Spain to Zululaud. .A dispatch dated Capetown, Nov. Basulaland and Caffreland are. The rumors of the intended resigna- tion or Prince Alexander of unfounded. .1 At St. Johns the wages of laborers greater part of her cargo. An attempt to float the steamer will be made to-ulcht Sew York, Dec. C.-Arrived, the steam- ship Jlrltaniea from Liverpool. ADDITIONAL CITY NEWS. Elias Johnson has returned. tremely low rate at which they their performance, coupled with" the tact that the company is a first combination, will insure them crowded house Admission only 86 afld 25 cents. A OARp. aim. Her Vnplea mttnuNs with H Constable To the Editor of the Fort Wayne, Ind., 'Dec. you please publish n few Hues for mp i correct in part a statement in vesi mornliiK's Gazette, as I did not anythiiiK like a belligerent attitude mit" had greut provoeatlon. A0er Constable Wwtrumb gahieil ad mltttinco Info our home, him io wait nmiu could send for my husbtiiK aslknewhecouiu be found and M-oiiJ, o my remim, although he knJw Thm sentfoi-Mr.Tylct-.but procetnled at PI MCE TWO CENTS. new I had not the muscular stei'Si'i to tch him out of the door, so I "tried frighten him, taking up an old olvef belonging to brother inch had not u-ed or 1 as not loaded. J pou.ted it at h rn'am )lil him to leave th house Imraallate v or a moment I tnonsbt as go: to succeed, but he coulilSea at a nlaucd weapon was not In a K airserous, and so with astoilsl cour- ge he caught It from niyhand. Suchnn- "SSS? MATJD MDUER. IK r Ti- >l roil bangc.1 hair, .tud hern-lmsousool Ja tlie bottom of the poml she sat U wot uiul mad us rat. "llimix Just lion- haril Miss Maud won wllh or the truest words oi toncue n MONEY MD COMMERCE. Kew Tort Uouer nun Slock, 31am m. TILBEH'S HOMES. arallel. Eespcctfuii, Jfns.c. TYLER. streets jind kept scrupulously clean out expense to tenants, marble mantels, plale glass windows, inside blinds, hand- some gas fixtures, gas In every room, wa- ter and water closets on every floor, and best class of tenants to be found in tinjr block tn the city, are some of the ndvantages of. the offices and sleeping rooms i u Poster Brothers' new briclc block on Ulluton street. Rents very low. Inquire at the store. Only a few rooms remain unrented. During the recent cyclone in the The city band rehearsed last night. I _ G. W. Jlnllen will spend to-morrow in St. Louis. Mrs. Israel Lee has had another at- Bay of Bengal, a storm wave swept over Monkish Khat Island, drowning sev hundred persons. peni contain no articles on the attempt OIL II 4 i i the czar's life as they hnd'uotrecelved per- II tact ol mission to publish them. A collision occurred yesterday the Eastern Railway Boadjv'l-1 One person. yesterday ad- ay. Mr. Cook, of the Chicago Times, Rev. Ai-thiirWagner, of St. Paul's-. Wil8 m the Clty Iast eveninS- Chnrch, Brighton, Eng., denies that I has seceded from the Church of England I and Joined the.Chivrch of Rome. TCXJR RENT-Onlv one office room re- mains unrented in Foster Brothers' now- mock: If you want only four sleeping rooms re- main; prices and 345 per year; high ceilings, gas In every room water und wa- ter closets on every floor: these sleeping moms will be rented only to the beat cliifis of youug men no room will be rented to any person-ejected to ou the part of the oilier _ R Dec. 3, 1370, tVo houses con- taiotug seven rooms each, basement and cellar, good cistern and well water, stable, nnd water m basement. Apply at US East "Washington streeet. RBN'l'-Two good-sixed rooms, one -1- bed-room nuu closet: suitable for a fam- ily of four persons, at No. East Colum- bia street. Will rent for six dollars per month. FOR stn rooms, on Chicago enquire at 14 Chicago st. 5d IN GENERAL. Serious Accident on the Allegheny Valley Railroad. Unveiling of the Lincoln Emancipation Group at Boston To-day. FOR SALE. Mysterious Disappearance of Marctzek, the Operatic Manager. RAILROAD Oil City, Pa., Dec. Buffiilo express, louring Pittsbnrah at. 8 o'clock on the Allegheny Valley Hallroad, mn In- to a hind slide two miles below hire ami the engine was turned Into tbo river and eight coal cars were crashed. The passen- Eers in the rear cais escaped wlthoutln- (Arthur of irnshed iu tho wreck nud ry. The fireuiai Pittshui-gh, was crushed iu tho wreck nud the body has not yet been eMrleatX Tap track will be cleared In time to prevent any detention of coming trains. MARETZEK JJIS3IS8. St. Louis, Dec. Maretzet tho manager and director or the Star, t-ei Jfcnellull Opera Company, now at jhoGraud Opera House luthls city, Thursday A. P. Terry, of theEoyal Arcaneum management, is in the city. Shultz'a Orchestra rehearsed in Schroeder's hall, last evening. The matinee at the Academy this afternoon drew a large audience. The organ factory shipped a car load of organs to California this week. Jacob Kline for provolte on Geo. C. Lotz, was fined and costs hy Judge Pratt, to-day. Auditor Argo is justly proud of the appearance of his ditch record. It is the finest in the state. Henry Vaughn to-day received a deer weighing 166 pounds from his nephew at Cadillac, Mich. Perry township has organized two literary at Hirsh's.and one at Fitch's school house. Gll3 Franks, of the re- turned this morning from Jackson- ville, 111., where he hnried his mother THE LAST SCENE. nlhFntnitnEndtothe Sufferings ornn Unfortunate Woman. In Thursday's SESTINEL mention is made oi a cose of destitution' ou La- yette street. The article In question rought the attention of the matter before e relief society, and on Thursday gentlemen, whose names are Ithhold by request, procured a hack and drove to the house at No. 112 Crelfhton avenue, where tlielamlly lived instfncl of Lafayette street, aiKlfound the invalid lu She was placed lu the hack and taken to the City Hospital, and was washed and on allempf made to make E comfortable, but notwithstnndlD" all treatmentshe died ou Thursday nigfit. The unfortunate hidy'suame was jfrs. Haukins and her remains have been for- warded to St. Mary's, O., for Interment hcr it should be said that he did every tiling lu his power to make her comfortable and used all the means at his command to that end, he be- ing a workman and receiving SO ceuts per (lay for his labor. Their prfde rteterfed them from making tbeir-povertvaud. des- titution known to their noigbb'ora, ,vlm would nave gladly aided them if in' their has beeu morulng. mlssL. When ilnce last 3'lsay. Six bund red and forty acres choice Texas Lubbock and Perry counties, near line of projected railroad, iu northwest "-Texas; price per section only 3320. Alter 1st, 18SO, these lands will not he sold for loss than S470 per section. So bet- investment In the world. residence property ou West street. Large house. Nine house. Kansas furms to exchange for vw property, farms or merchandise. Special Inducements offered. owning mortgaged property of 3rny kind can receive clear property iu ox- as I have special facilities for handling this class or property.. Do not till suit Is brought or redemption expires, but caltnt once and see what I call offer. Offlcoopen every evening. ISAAC d'ISAY, 02 Calhonn Bt. was pacing the rotnnda'or the IJindcll House in a nervous manner, and remark- ed to a friend that ho would out and take a walk, sines which time he has aot nor are his whereabouts Known. Financial embarrassment is sunuosed to b. tin cause of hie HDKOR TO LISCOLlf Boston. Mass., Dec. As the clock gtrucfe 12 to-day, the envelonlur incoln emancipation rappings of, tho Li tivesoftne They returned "y :ity KOverunient an'd othere LOST. A POCKETBOOK, on Thursday, between Wallace street and Biddle's drug store. The finder will be rewarded by leaving same at this office. Ra PROFESSIONAL. AVilllamson Ross, Homoeopath- io Physicians and Surgeons. Office No. .80 Calhouu street. Dr. Ross will give special attention to diseases of tho eye and ear. WANTEIK nurse girl, about IJ years of age; one suitable will be provided with a good uomo and bo paid reasonable wages; enquire at 13W Francis street. S. W. PETER. Bb WANTED-Ono hundred pairs of tmcy slippers to uottora for Christmas presents at 19 west Rerrv strict, two doors west of Fruit House. J.A.WALTER. huy or trade for n fresh milch cow. Inquire rft 250 West Jef- ferson street oratEmplrentlico. 5c St. Johns, Jf. B., Dec. Iwere swept e Petltlooilac dred and fifty thousand out. of Little Elver Into t and lost. Y 111C, .111.) IT last Friday, S. Starab of Chicago, will hold a county musical convention at Huu- tertown during. Christmas week, be- ginning 011 Tuesday. _ James C. Seeks yesterday resigned his office as justice of the peace, and the commisiioneraappoiuted Willis M. Driver to fill the vacancy. A boy about thirteen yenra old was thrown from a horse on Calhoun street, near Washington, last night, and was considerably shaken up. Clinton street, by the combined efforts of the Masonic Temple and the water works, isicompletely blockaded between Wayne and Berry streets. A lad living at CG Wallace street had a fit in front of Shuricfc Olds's factory to-day, and was picked up and cenveycd home by A. Hite. Miss Mary Shearer, the woman who is giving Westrtimb so much trouble, is said to be the one who figured in an abortion case in this city about a year THE COURTS. CIRCUIT. DISMISSED. NEW SUIT. William Trney vs Lucas Tracy et al ac- count, 5100. W. Kobinsnn Caroline Koptusou et al, partition. M-clj-slm's Thrillintr Slory. According to a St. Lonis paper ska is writing a story for Set-timer's Monthly. It is a love slory. The he- roine's name is Griseidavitch Topple- and the hero's, Vladimir Tschezarotsh. Ths scene is laid in the quiet litlle Polish Stiritupif- vitch, on the banks of the classic river Muddibschky, in the region of the kotzebutizelosky Mountains. We ex- tract a passage from advance sheets: her wan hands shehad her face concealed, when toiler Yladimirnsked if shedid tmlylove him. 'Yea, I lofe thee; by yonder bale moon, ladjure it Let us, then, 'said he, 'flee, but she hesitating by reason of her trunks, which being still unpacked. The tears wandered from her eyes, but meanwhile Valdimir repeated what for she would not he coming pretty News from the continent is delaved by the snow storm. J The Catholic churches of Cleveland The steamship Donau from taurant opposite the Prult House, 10 and 12 West Berry, at 83.110 per week. r city and county. Cull at Mayor House forB. P.N. at 89 West Jefler- HOU street. WANTED tiocond-hfuul notarial seal nt thU office. Donahue, from Eu- The twenty-fifth annivereary of the consecration of Bishop Clark of tlwPmi estnnt Episcopal Church, wni "tProvrfence to-day in an imposing mS The Missouri Stale Grange has is- snedan address Inviting Immigration to that state. The address sets forth tho natural advantages of Missouri and tavS that tlie people of that state arc he law abldfnt and tolerant, and tlmtsti ere can here hold and express their opinions upon religion, politics or other subject with perfect freedom. Mr. Alexander of Detroit, is in the city getting up another advertisimr which is an elaborate side- board to be placed in the Globe Chop J-JmiRA. honest, ntrnng- own House. ago. Siemon Bros, to-day forwarded 000 catalogues through the mail. If they would spend the money in news paper advertising it would pay them better. Jim Godfrey's team ran away last night, throwing out Jim and mashing up the wagon on general principles. Jim waa not seriously injured, only he's a little sore this morning. The lecture on typhoid and typhus fevers, to be delivered at the College of Medicine, on Monday evening, by Dr. Stemen, will be an able one. "The lecture will be free to all, and every- body is invited to be present, children exceptcd on acconnt of disturbance. 'Ras Chittenden crept up to the ticket office at the Academy, this af- ternoon, and placing his face on a level with the window lisped, "Pleath misther, I belong to the Washington stbreet counted down ten pennies; but it wouldn't work, and Marshal Diehl took care of him. AMUSEMENTS. TNCLE TOM'S CA1IIN. Uncle Tom's Cabin will be at the Academy to-night, The ex- soon, not having beeu aware of the gash the words of him made on the inside of her heart." About Xnme.4. There are towns named Washington in thirty different states in the union- Brooklyn is repeated 18 times, Wil- liamsburg 20, Baltimore a Kaniror 10, Boston 10, Buffalo 12, Burlington 17, Charleston 17, Chicago 4, Cincin- nati S, Cleveland Columbus 19 Dayton 25, Detroit 5, Indianapolis 2, Louisville 15, Memphis S Milwau- kee 3, Nashville 14, Omaha 3 Pitts- burgh 8, Philadelphia 7, Portland 1-1 Quincy 5, Richmond 22, St. Joseph IS, St. Louis 4, St. Paul 12, Toledo 7 Weldon, 7, Wilmington 18. New York is also a name of very frequent mrrence. A canoe recently left Loma Loma, in the Fiji Islands, with twenty-five natives on board, bound for Toytoya They were going about when a sud- den squall sent the sail ajrainst the must, capsizing the canoe. The unfor- tunate passengers clung to the canoe, and might have escaped with consequences no worse than those which would have attended dis- comfort and exposure, but for the fact that the capsize occurred in a locality infested with sharks. These ravenous monsters seized their vic- timsoneby one, devouring twenty- three out of the twenty-five unfortun- ates whose lives were thus placed at their mercy. Of the two who escap- ed, one is a woman; but her situation is very critical, the whole of the flesh having been taken off one leg. Another ruined gambler's suicide is announced from Monte Carlo. It was a Russian, who lost at rou- lette. The proprietor offered him HOOO to enable him to return to his home, but the Russian haughtily declined it. He went, with apparent composure, to his hotel, and there he was found in his room the next morning, hanging by the neck, and dead. letter to 'Boston Herald 1 ihe president de jure, as Mr. Dana would say, hves in a baronial resi- the upper end of Yonkere. breystonePark" was the property of Ir. John 1. Waring, whom it cost a ound half million of dollars. It could e rebuilt to-day for half that sum- nt a house and grounds worth 00 ought to be good enough for even president de jure. The house is as mposing architecturally as a castle. It is built oi grayish stone, and is of extraordinary height. The furnishing of the house corresponds to the mae- mncenec of the exterior. Perhaps the distinctive feature of the edifice is the noblehall, worthy of an English castle of immense size, and with its western windows opening strutted view and the ragged The estate is tastefully laid out Ihere is a large variety of trees., Mr. "lisProperty for about If he ever, as an American president, has occasion to entertain king, queen- or kaiser, he can do so quite royally at Greystone, a residence which is beyond comparison with the executive mansion at Washington In the winter Mr. Tilden will live in his city house in Gramercy Park a familiar name. His city res- idence is spacious and luxuriously ap- pointed. Gramercy Park is so called on account of the land thereabout be- ii fan high railed little'p'ark, locked in-7rom public and devoted to neigh- borhood nurses and babies In all his ways Mr. Tilden is quiet and undemonstrative. He prefers the horse ears to a private carriage, and few people are aware that the smooth- faced, elderly gentleman in a silk hat wrapped in a brown study while the car pursues its rattling wav, is the man to whom a majority of the Arner ican people gave their suffrages only three years ago. Mr. Tilden has a law office at No. 12 Wall street, but he is seldom there. Denominationally he is a Presbyterian, which is the mWdle state equivalent of New England 'or- thodoxy" or Congregationalism He comes of old colony stock, and ha. little of the New York effusiveness Down on Cape Ood he would be 'eon sidered a mighty sharp selectman Hi houses himself magnificently but i> personally unostentatious. SILVER-At blOCKS-Mwke-: declined u (melton HI. tlie opening but beeuiuesn-oii" and advancosi to I pdiveiu. goc-k Jsjiiml US Sir MS u. a. i tl. Wayne .41155 All. ,'ref................. Sl lUluoisC'eutrai'." 3W prel.......... 117' jiiiu.ast. I. L. di S. 4VJJ ml..... Ciiiii Michigan Cen... Si Erla................... pntt................07% North western... 89x- St.  el. .tLack -1354 A. Piuilllc jha >el Hudson... Bt .L. K. C. toston._ nref ST. J. Central 7554 Adams Exj> 1 Mo it Him 2 American Exr a U. S.-Espresji C. 1..............80 ,0.0. ifc pref...............'_ r- BAKK STATEMENT. Loans, decrease, S33S.8CO; socc ic legal leniere, Sz.wM.oOO; deposits, decrease, M-olr culation, increase, rater ru in- crease, 5MS.JGO. Banks now Hold in excosa of lAgul requirements. Admlssioii 25 3 5c. Noextra cliaigo for reseiveil seuls recel bosbels at e Oats nulot; receips, els; sales, bushels, at whiti. PorU dull and nncliauxail; salc.i atS13 00. Bes t steady. Lard rather easier at SS OOSiS m Butter: Whisky at SI 17. Slffiar nnchanged. Egss nnelinnsHl at retroleum, crude at renned at Coal m.cfianVa. iS good demand. continues strong. t Peas. Mince Meat and ety ol Urocciies. Yankee Grocery. CHICAGO, Chicago. IJec. ats strong; at i S, f r; 4GKt bid for.cash; bid for Slay. asked for cash; 7.3 for hid holding off; light at S Onildn'l ,0 4lUerUM_ [Hartford Ihere is one prominent concern in Indianapolis that cauuot he indubed to perceive the advantages of adver- tising. It occripies a conspicuous posi- tion in the city and its buildings aro elaborate and spacious. The other dny one of the proprietors of the Terro aaute Gazette was in town soliciting advertisements for his paper After considerable canvassing he stepped into the buildings above mentioned and launched out into an oration showing the advantages offered by his publication to a live business house. His remarks, however, were coldly listened to and he was informed that the concern had no in lerre Haute. This statement only whetted his zeal and he drew forth formidable statistics to show how cus- tomers might be attracted from Terre, Haute, but he suddenly subsided when the man behind the counter said: "I don t think we can afford to advertise FLODR-J white whea WHEAT] CORN-N OATS-20J KYE-K. BARLE 85 00: timot FOE YOUR in Terre Haute, young the gas works." man; this is uwsja uui BHEEFP wheat, "025. r.'b.l I SOasi 52. Old 40.10 J5o. SI 50; clover, 55 (XMfc orchard muss red top. 75c. .on. s, S13 00 per I; middlings, une, Jlneh Ado Abont Nothing. An Indiana correspondent writes- About eight o'clock last evening an alarm of fire was given in the east end and in about ten minutes or less al- most the entire town was wild with excitement. After the entire corps, ef itremenwith their apparatus had' got in good shape, it was discovered1 that a lamp had exploded at the res- idence of Mr. Charles McHenry. We1 never saw such excitement for so little! a thing in our time, fn the way the' firemen turned out Indiana ought td bi proud of them. _ 10 unvested in Syndicate Operations i .Stocks This plan puts the smallest oper dried, lOo; cured cured, lOXc; diun- rds price. Ite, 81 00; prime cj I-UP: it Grapes. Dehesia Table d Pine Apple, in Syrup, re Marmalade, d Horse Eadish. :e Teas and Coffees, thing Fresh and First-CKnss. 'ke's Grocery, BERRY STREET. H.lRdSm age o capital used with skilled experience Information mailed free M WITH HIGH PRICES. IOAGO SCALE Co. and 151 Jefferson St., Oliifiigo, UK Holiday Presents Mis. MeGowan is the LEADING HAIR attr Of Tort Waj-ne. It will pay you to yo Trunks, Ladies' satchels Columbia Street, "Where Have tlie Inrgest and iiiosfc comple? nssoL'tment to select from in Mu; city, jive them a call before buyine eine- 22 EA-stColumhiaHr. "MAX G. LADE'S Eipriw 5S East Slnin Street, Forl t Wnync, Iiwl. ThetHne-sti'" Unrgost nssortmeiiL or Rll :UHlsolgnn W iiles, revolvers, awnmni- Ion, lisliing hunting sails, boxin" boatoai-s, pocket cutlery, razors, elc., tlmt over wns shown in this ity, is now on exhibition nt tlio ubove Prices lowest in tho shite leiisiirins of allkinils of guns, revolvers, icks, oic., none in first olnss stylo ami heap. Ivoy-s Httert anil stencil cnttluc ut owest sntisfnctioii guaranteed rery I will be Molina in my places of ronx morn Ing till eveiyiug, every day. SENT> FOK CIKCULAK. Wlflll G. LADE. ________ Fine Tailoring Schmidt Son, T k POPUWR NERCnAST TAIWS, ihllally invite ,-lsit their pnrlors the public genernlly and exiimtue their stock of goods. They giinrunlee en- tire satisfaction to their customers. mio fn need of an Overcoat or Suit io call on these gentlemen at,   

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