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   Fort Wayne Sunday Gazette (Newspaper) - April 29, 1883, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               SUNDAY MORNIXG, APHIL 29, 1883. PRICE, 5 CTS. WRECKEDWESSON. Additional Deaths able Condijn of the Suffers. Diaz Arrives at k Orleans and ton Inter- Tie' ational feeling. I have just heard a otton centennial exposition will be eld in your beautiful city, and I link you have reason to rejoice over You may be assured that Mexico ill enter heartily into the exposition cheme, and will do all she can to make a creditable display of her vast reduction and resources." Party leave to-morrow morning by earner for the City of Mexico via 'era Cruz. Fire at airfield, Iowa- Great Attraction at the Com- ing LonigTll Races. Distinguished Deleft to the Phila- delphia COBTCD m Shown the Cil General Managers ofjronk Linen Dis- cussing Freight Ball Yeitjdar. Erldenee ImpIicatIngJam.es Carey In Several Mdcrs In Irelani STORM OFIEATH. Additional ij Cyclone at othr Poluti. WESSON, April were two additional deaths at to-day, H little son of T. Gibsonhd Mrs. Finch. The damage by le cyclone at Beauregard is now esmated at 000. A singular faot in the cyclone may eve tioned. There were persons of Jewish Beauregard during tl faneetion with now be men- about forty xtractlou in cyclone. All of them were picked 11 of the debris and nut one was aerioily injured. Col. J. L Power, ofjacksoo, Miss., telegraphs: A 1-tteii from French Camp gives some ptttcularsof the storm in Choetaw art Attftta coun- ties. The cyclone origiated six miles west of French Gump Sunday morn- ing at 10 o'clock id traveled northeasterly, increasl 5 in force until it left Choctaw, in thextreme north- easteru corner. IU track was nearly a mile wid nnd thirty long. The property is complete. Hundreds Ire stripped or everything but their lad. Ten per- sons were killed and wny wounded. The Lebanon Presbjierluu ohnro.h was destroyed. At the cyclone struck Attala county loin the south- west, taking in a dagoual course and Choctaw clock storm in places two miles wJle. It took up Yokanoocaney creek on the west side, until it came to leechita, where through the county parallel with the 10 iffollowed several m irs, prostrating the whole swamp aid desolating farms. The number tilled by this lost storm is not but many were wounded. It will! he impossible for the sufferers to :e crop unless assisted. The wounded are a] 1 comfortably provided with clean Ibeddiug an n May. Diaz New He ThtnkB of NEW ORLEANS, April 29. Ex President Diaz aud party arrived th morning by special train from 8 Louis the Chicago, St. Louis New Orleans railroad, having mad the run of 700 miles in twenty-tw hours. The party were met at th depot by a committee of the mexica cxchangft and driven to a hotel. Gen eral Diaz declined further public a tentions. In an interview he said: "We are glad to set foot in you hospitable city once more. We hav visit d a large portion of your .tr and the spontaneous welcome ac corded here has benu repeate wherever we stopped. You may sa we carry back with us the pleasantes impressions of the United States an its people. The social relations s kindly existing we trust will alway be accompanied by the friendliest BASE BALL. Badly Beaten at Toledo- Other fiamea. TOLEDO, April "poor To- jdos" came to the front in great hape this afternoon, scoring a victory ver the Columbus club, which worst- dlhe Fort Waynes so badly yester- ay. The clubs were a tie at tbe end tbe ninth inning. The Toledos ade one run and "goose-egged" the isitors in the tenth, giving them a Ictory by the following score: olumbus___000002002 4 oledos....... GRAND RAPIDB, Mich., April hicagos, 8; Grand Rapids, 2. QUINCY, 111., April 28. Port Hurons, H; Quincys, 5. EAST SAdrNAW, MICH., April n the game to-day between the home and Black Stockings, of St. former were victorious by a core of 20 to 6. Weather cold but a ood attendance. Another game will e nlayed on Monday. Score: nglnaw ........21206135 lack Stockings 10000121 i ttio Wmtora Presa: CINCINNATI, April 9; Anthracites, of Pottsvilie, 2. The Anthracites pitcher was weak nd the CiRcinuatis batted him to ieces. The Ciuciunatis made twen- r-four base hits to flve by tbe An- iracites. Long "John Riley made wo three-base hits, and Jones and orkhill each made a home run. PHILADELPHIA. April es 4; Philaaelphlas 2. Five innings: topped on account of rain. ST. Louis, April Louis, 21; ;ay City, 0. lotluenlMhed Take In the City. PHILADKLPHIA. April x-treasurer of the land league, Iro- ind; Tlionias Breunan, secretary of Irish national league, Ireland, ud many other distinguished dele- atea to the Irish couvention, made nur of the city to-day iu company vlth.a committee of prominent Irish- neu of Philadelpliia. The party tailed independence hall and then ailed upon Mayor King. That ofll- lal received them iu a cordial mau- and complimented the delegates pow the harmony dihplayed the con- tention, and assured them of his asneHt desire to see the Irish cause leneftttcd thereby.. Egan thanked ho mayor for his klnu wishes, The iiblib buildings were inspected and ibe party introduced to the heads o! lepirtmentH. A diive through the islty and Falrmount park foflbwed Nearly all the visiting have eft the city. O'Donovan Rossa am' ils dynamite followers held a sturiny ueeting in the Girard House this uoruing. Rossa states the plans of lie extermists were satisfactorily ar- ranged, and future developments will ihow what the plans are. Apollo Invited to Fartlelpate. jSAN FRANCISCO, April a published and current rumors lie effect that Apollo commandery ol Knights Templar, of Chicago, would ipt attecd the conclave in this city lext July, growing out of alleged ill fueling between Calafornia and Chi- cago knights, and that Apollo cou- timplated making a European jour- lay instead this summer, the secre- tary of the triennial committee this e'ening sent telegraphic letter to trfe commandery of Apollo explaining tie situation and extending a most ccdial invitation for the Chicago kiighta to visit the coast. The news- paper statements of alleged bad feel- in) on the part of California knights an'denied, and while expressing an eaiiest desire for Apollo to visit the the sentiment is expressed in oasl it fails to do so the California frafcrnity will still chemh the kind- lies' feelings. Sport at Louisville. liuisviLLE, April new imttovement to the buildings and grofadsof the Louisville jockey club are almost completed. The three- quater mile track is being rolled and bores will commence exercising over it  n, about 150 miles south on the Santa ?e road, and seems to have followed .lie line of that road, doing great damage to houses and fences till it reached Cleburne, thirty miles south of this place, when it turned west and )assed over Palo Pinto .and Mineral wells, where it was last heard from. At Palo'Pinto the masonic hall and steam flouring mills were blown down. Another storm passed over Bonham coming from the same direc- tion, but four hours earlier. The mount of damage is not reported. THE OLD Carey Implicated in Various Harden Blatters of Interest. DUBLIN, April police have evidence implicating James Carey, fitness for the crown in the state rials, in the murders of Talbot, po- 'ice informer; of Clark, a Fenian in- 'ortner, and of Bricklayer Behan, aud also in the attempted murder of Mur- phy, bookkeeper of the Irish People. 1 is likely Carey will be tried for .one of these crimes. The assassination of Sehan was not connected with the po- itical troubles. LONDON, April Standard, commenting on the proceedings of the >ish convention at Philadelphia, says ?arnell knew a word from him plain- y denouncing the dynamite policy would have produced deep effect on the convention, but he will not speak a word lest he should wound the susceptibilities of some of his friends 'u America. MADBID, April 20. Castelar, speaking at a meeting of the Republi- can club at Valencia, defended his ancient principles of democracy, and stated he still adhered to though modified by advancing years and experience. He avowed, how- ever, that he would support Hagasta, lest his overthrow should lead to the return of the conservatives to power. BERLIN, April Foreign 3ecretary Busch, who was recently given a long furlough, has been re-- called. There is much surprise and speculation as to the reason. ;TUe In Indian Territory ST. Louis, April from Indian territory say Chief Bushyheud has called a special session of the an- nual council the Cherobee Nation, to beheld atTaliequuh, April 30, to consider the difference between the onutltuticmal party aud the turbu- lent faction under Splecbe, which has caused so much trouble of late; also what disposition most lie made of the appropriated by congress to the Cherokees for lauds purchased from them for the use of the Oaages. The wire fence question, and other mutters also will receive attention. The question as to whether uegroes in the nation are citizen a ia also like- ly to come before the council. Hale of Thorolircd YearllutES. NASHVILLE, April spring sale of thoroughbred yearlings at Uelle Mead thin mornitig took place in the rain. Forty-two aud fil- lies by Enquirer and Great Tom brought nu aggregate of of which the oolta brought The largest purchasers were Dwyer Bros. andP.G Bpeth, of Louisville, B.C. Pate, St. Louis, and George Lurillard. Two Enquirers brought the highest fleures, respectively and They were bought by Dwyer. Twen- ty other Enquirers bought by Speth, of Louisville, brought respectively and There was a large attendance. Among the visitors were Senators Bayard and Jackson. Suit. NEW YORK, April the suit of Cornelius Brlukerhofi va. his former wife, Sarah E. Perry, for the recovery of his property valued at which be had conveyed to. her while drunk and under the impression he was executing a trust daed and in which the jury found a verdict in his favor, the supreme court gave an order requiring the defendant to cause why a receiver should not be ap- pointed and granted an injunction re- straining her from collecting any ol the rents or interfering with or dis- posing of the property pending the final determination of the action. uing thirty-five miles an hour, James Hawkins, a passenger, suddenly arose and shot Bob Reeves through the heart. Hawkins then jumprd from the train and is thought to have his neck broken. Both are from Decherd, Tenn. .Festival Closed. BALTIMOBK, April three days musical festival by the Oratoria society, assisted by Theodore Thomas' closed to-night and was most successful. Thomas continues a series of seventy-four performances, all with local musical associations in many cities in the Ohio valley and northwest, terminating at Sau Fran- cisco. The Commissioner of Internal Berenne Tenders His Resignation to the President. Disastrous firu at FnurfleKl, Iowa. BURLINGTON, IOWA, April special to the Gazette from Fairfic.ld, Iowa, says the greatest fire in the his- tory of the city visited that place last night between 12 and 1 o'clock. All of the south half of the east side of the square is in ruins. At half-past 3 o'clock nothing was left but a mouldering mass of ruins. Loss esti- mated at partially insured. Ware Lynched. FLORENCE, ALA., April immense crowd here to-day overpow- ered the jailor and hung George Ware, a prisoner who murdered a boy named Bohert Bethune at Muscle Shoals last week. Before hanging Ware con- essed that he murdered the boy for i5 and a plug of tobacco aud threw the body in the river. Welcomed. OTTAWA, April afternoon, ,he mayor, iu the presence of the soard of aldermen and a large nurn- 3er of citizens, presented an official address of welcome to Prineess Louise on her return from Bermuda. It was couched iu warm congratulatory lan- guage, and the reply was equally cordial. Manlej A Cooper Will Posh Their LCharges Against Supervising Architect HilL American Troops Eefnied Permission to Cross tie Btrder Af- ter Dcstr FORTWORTH, April special to the z -Ho gives meagre particu- lars of i which issed over the country south itlvo Wind storm In Texas. errific wind and hail storm The Royal Style In WAleh Pattl will Travel. NEW YOKK, April Ma- pleson, before leaving, signed a con- tract with Colonel Mann for a special train of "Mann boudoir" cars for the use of Her Majesty's opera troupe in the United Scutes next winter. One car is especially designed for Madame Adaline Patti's use, and will be named after her. Colonel Mapleson was in- duced to build this train iu order to obviate the fatigue to which his ar- tists are exposed on such an extraor- dinary tour. The cars will be lighted by the Brush-Swan electric light. money. CITY OF MEXICO, April 29 dent Gonzales has sent a message to congress, asking authority to negoti- ate a loan at home or abroad and re- new the mint contracts. The Two Republics states that the president intends to negotiate a loan of from to in London, guaianteed by flve per cent, customs receipts. The loan is intended to meet the current expenses of the gov- ernment. The renewal of the mini contracts it is expected will yield The visit of Bivas to Lon- don is in connection with the loan. Accidentally Killed. JERSEY CITY, April Delser, while showing a revolver to a friend, Herman Schmidt, this mom- ing, accidentally discharged it, kill- ing Schmicltalmoftt instantly. Itlurdcrcd on a Train. CHATTANOOGA, April as the north bound Nashville Chat- tanooga train was Hearing Anderson, forty-rive miles below this city, run- Recovered. BOSTON, April 29 L. Sulli- van claims to have fully recovered, and goes into training for an encoun- ter with Mitchell. His weight is 197 pounds stripped, and he will contest at about 100. He says he will be as strong as ever aud as fit as he ever was in his life when he faces the Eng- lishman. Fnllurva. PlflLADMLl'HIA, April Co., stationers, 482 Cheatuut street, have failed. Eosxoif, April attachment has been served against E. M. Rock- well, manufacturer of woolen goods at Leominster. Liabilities reported at assets, Connnl Ucna. LOUISVILLE, April Vanderespt, lor the past twenty years vice counsul from Belgium, in Ibis city, died of upoplwty this evening at 5 o'clock, in the 67th year of his age He came to this city from Belgium in 1S54. He was one of tbe widely known drug dealers of the city. After Many Years. ST. ALBANS, Vt., April state authorities, after much litiga- tion in Canadian courts, has got pos- session of bequeathed'to the state lor the benefit ol the common schools by Aianhau Huutiugton, ol Brantford, O.tuuda. HuuUngtnn WAS a native of Vermont and died in 1877. (n Conibiuwtluu. NEW April the Peona, Decatur Evansville and the Louisville. New Albany Chica- received again into the com- bination. Tho Nickel Plate road was also received into the pool at the rail- road meeting to-day. Nialllun Dead. BAST FKANCISCO, April the celebrated stallion, died at Red Blutflaat uight, aged 29 years. tie was reputed to be the oldest stal- lion in America. His pedigree in possession of his owners is traced back to the year 1400. Hall Mtorm. HOT SPRINGS, AKK., April disastrous hail storm ever known occurred at noon to-day Many buildings were badly damaged, hundreds of windows glaas were broken, aud it is feared tbe growing crops weie badly damaged. strslM Open. CHICAGO, April here state, the propeller Champlain suc- ceeded in working her way through the i-traits of Mackinaw yesterday morning. The straits are reported still very full of ice, however. i The Wounded. DETROIT. April from Battle Creek to-night state the wounded victims of yesterday's acci- dent on tbe Grand Trunk are improv- ing, excepting R. T. Budd, of Chi- cago, the colored porter, who will die. Funeral of liharleer w. Paster. FOSTORIA, Ohio. April funeral of Charles W. Foster.father of Governor Foster, was the largest evei .here. Tnreethou-i'ud people viewed the remains. Company Completed. MADISON, April woolen mill company, with a capital of 000, completed its organizatioa to-day The erection of the mill will be com meuced at once. Fatally Injured. POTTSVILLB, J'a, April a b'lHie race ot Forepaugh's circus to- night Mrs. Cook's horse fell and she ia thought to be fatally injured. Dead. ATLANTA, April Wil lism M. Brown, president of theitate agricultural college, died at Athena RAUM RESIGNS. Claim Made to a Tract of Land in Heart of the City of St. Lonig. Commission Appointed to Investigate Alleged Fraudulent Impor- tation of Sugar. WASHINGTON. The J-ealnst Bill to be of Comntls- loner matters. WASHINGTON. April Man- ey A Cooper manufacturing com- pany, of Philadelphia, have reconsid- their determination not to preas ,heir charges against Supervising Architect Hill. Supervising Architect Hill has re- quested Secretary Folger to push us much as possible the pending investi- gation into the aflairs of his ofliee, as 16 is desirous of having all the impu- iutions againat bis character growing out ol the charges removed. Secre- tary Folger has not as. yet received a reply from Mr. Murch iu retrard to the designation of Fifth Auditor Alexan- der as a member of the committee, aud Mr. J. 8. Blair as special counsel to assist in the prosecution of the case. BAUM'S RESIGNATIOS. General Kama called on ihn Presi- dent this afternoon in company with Assistant Secretary New, and handed him his resignation. The president expressed surprise ou the ob- ject of his visit, and iihktU (or an ex- planation. Gttuery.1 Raum said he had been In office for a long lime wilhu Httlwy, and had Hiially con- cluded that his private interests re- quired all his attention. The presi- dent spoke or Ut neral Rtum's re- rnarkahlo sui'cesH, and said he appreciated his services iu tne highent degree. He hoped that iliu resigna- tion had not been urovokert by "any act ot his or of the treasury depart meut. Goneral Raum assured the president that this was not the ciieo, aud took oecnsion iu express his high personal record for the president and Secretary Folger, citiug many acts of courtesy extruded to him by those gentlemen. The president, said thit while he accepted tue resignation he did eo with reluctuace, >a he re- gretted the loss of so valuable an offi- cer. General Raum has held the office of commissioner of internal revenue for six years and nine months. He says he intends to resume tbe prac- tice of law, itud will open an office in this city aasoon as the necessary ar- rangements can be perfected, CALYE'S CLAIM. Messrs Curtis Burdette, acting counsel, died with the tiomuiissiouer of the RenenU luud office to-day an application for an approval of survey No. as sf-owu by "Mosberger's township plat" of St. Louis, Mo., in favor of the representatives of Joseph Calve. The tract of land is In tbe center of the city of St. Louis, and includes an area of two arpents fronts by forty arpeuts deep. The applicants maintain that it can be demonstrated beyond the possibility of a doubt by the records that tbe laud granted to Calve aud confirmed to his legal rep- resentatives by Recorder Bates and the act ol April 29, 1816, is identical with the land surveyed by Joseph C. Brown as survey No. COUNTERFEITERS ARRESTED. Officers of the treasury report the arrest in New York of a gang of coun- terfeiters answering to the following names: George T. Stanley, Mathew Rooney, Hugh Curry, Thomas Kear- nev, Patrick Smith. Thomas Reilly, John O'Neil Isaac Kearney and Jane Holden. COMMISSION APPOINTED. Secretary Folger has appointed Special Agent A. C. Tinkle and O. L. Spalding, of Detroit, and John E. Searles, secretary of the Havemeyer sugar refining company, of New York, a commission to visit Sau Franciscc and investigate the alleged fraudulent importation of Hawaiian sugar. The commission has been instructed to inquire particularly into the charges preferred by Representative Belmont. This commission is a substitute for the one heretofore designated, which was composed of tip-cial Agents Chamberlain and Bingh'am. CAN'T CROSS THE BORDER. In response co a communication from Secretary FreliDgliuysen, in- quiring whether there will be any ob- jection to our troops following the Apaches from Arizona over the bor- der, the Mexican minister has replied thac such action cannot properly be taken without the express consent 01 the Mexican senate. A telegram was accordingly sent to General Crook this aiteiuoou by the secretary of war directing him to be carelul to observe the couvent.ion with Mexico on this subject, and to restrain all troops under his command from ppjssivrg tin boundary line into Mexican, territory SMUGGLING. The solicitor of the treasury has de cided tnat the collects of customs a ln, Tey.asv has aulhcrlty t arrest smugglers as well as to geise ontraband goods. It is estimated .hat the government loses anon ally about by smuggling carried n along the Rio Grande. A. Settled. MILWAUKEE, April ev.se f Alex Young va. Peter Me- Geach, for paid on a contractor 'puts and calls'" entered into July ast, was decided to-day in favor of foung, giving him the nnd, nterest to date. The arbitrators met his afternoon in the chamber of ommerce building. McGeach was- epresented by James G. Jenkins, The case in brief is that Young and thers had a contract with McGeach and paid him on November 1. sent Young notice that her wanted nothing more to do with the- ontract aad would refund the mon- y, but when Young went for the- money McGeaeh demanded which was at that time to bis advau- age. Young refused to deliver the wheat and sued before the arbitration ommittee for the money paid, with- ut mentioning and One of the arbitrators denies that the asewas settled, but it is understood' was from good authority, and the- Itcision will be made public-Monday. Tewltsbnry. BOSTON, April board of nnacy and charity has voted to take harge of the state aims-house at ''ewksbury. It was unanimously that Willis D. Trlpp, superin- tendent of the Indoor poor, proceed orthwith to the alms-house and there emain to inspect the management nd government of it till further or- ers by the board, reporting his do- ngs and findings daily to the inspec- or of charities of the board. The de- ision of the board having been com- municated to Governor Butler, he wrote the chairman asking the board o make an alphabetical list of all in- inates of the alms-house by actual punt in order to a verification of the jooks. The CINCINNATI, April Hal- tead, of the nakes the following statement to- night for tbe Associated "The holders of the stock of the- iteming Journal company sold it to- lay to an association of Demooratia gentlemen, who will, it is Understood, unite with the Cincinnati Newspaper Publishing company and issue on Monday morning fromtheold Giwette Corner the first number of the Senator y. April Anthony is about trie same. Fifth Ward Republican JHecttne at A large and enthusiastic meeting of Republican aud Independent voters was held at the above hall last Ing. Captain F. F. Boliz was chosen M shairman. The object of the meeting was to nominate a candidate for ooun- cilmin for the ward. Mr. Alexander S. Bayless was unanimously nomi- nated as candidate for councilman. Mr. Bayless accepted the nomination, .hanking the meeting for the honor conferred, pledging himself to use every honorable effort in his power to secure his election. On motion every- one present pledged their hearty sup- port and individual wotk to achieve ;he desired result. Captain F. F. Bolti was appointed a committee of one from the ward during the election. The following working committee was appointed for tbe ward Herman Michaels, D. A. Woodworth, John Stophlot. William L. Smith and F. F. Boltz. The nominee, Mr. Bayless, is one of our best known citizens, the son of the Hon. Loll 8. Bayless. He haa lived his entire life in our county and city, is a property holder and tax payer, a man of good judgement, pure liabita, honest and in every way worthy to represent the fifth ward. The Republicans and Independent voters must see to it that he is tri- umphantly elected on Tuesday next. The choice is a wise one, as Mr. Bay- less will, if elected, be an honor to our- city and the ward he will represent. INDEPEUD12NT3 THE They Have Placed for- tbe Council In the Field, and Will AJI. nounee a Full Ticket Last evening large and enthu-aiastie meetings were held at the hep.dquar- ters of the various wards by tfce Re- publicans and independent Demo- crats, and the following noraiuations. made for oouucilmen. In the Third and Eighth wards the candidates were endorsed, they are good and able men. The following ia a list of the councilmen as nominated last night: First Harry I Janna. Second ChaMes L. Olds. Third Jaim-a Wolf. Fourth Si d C. Lumbard. Fifth Ah JX. H. Bayless. Sixth F.drnund Lincoln. Seventh E. Graham. Eighth William Doehrman. The rest of the ticket will bo an- nounced M.onday, and it will be of unusual strength. The disgust over Democratic ring rule was never more pronaanced thau riov and it will be expressed at the polls.   

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