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Fort Wayne Gazette, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1884, Fort Wayne, Indianav vow volume ii so. Presidential racers. Fort Wayne morning september Price five cents sanguine visitors to the Republican and Dein Cratie Sta Bles in new York. Senator Allison confident Republican Success in Indiana. Of in october considered the decisive Battleground by both parties. Appealed Hendricks views Butler and his distinguished self. Disgraceful treatment the negro by Virginia demo John at Home. Politic 1l. Visits to the Republican and democratic Campaign notes. New York september a visit 4o the Republican National committee Headquarters showed a Large corps clerks Busy sending out documents. The correspondence the committee has become immense for the last three four Days. Senators Allison Iowa Don Cameron Pennsylvania har Rison Indiana Miller new York and Secretary Chandler have beep in close consultation with the committee 3md Secretary Chandler said to an associated press reporter that All the members the administration were Hearty in their support the ticket and that with the comm Cool they would enter heartily into the Campaign. It was Learned that Gen. Gresham and Gen. Brewster tendered their ser vices As speakers. Senator Cameron expressed a cordial interest in the i ticket and said he was ready to help in the Campaign. He was confident Success. Senator Allison was enthusiastic Over a Republican Success in Indiana. At both the democratic and Republican head gaitors it was agreed Chat Ohio in october would probably be the Battlefield. Among the visitors to Day were Alfred c. Andrews Massachusetts Thomas h. Vance Washington d. C. Messes. Clark Churchill and Church Howe Nebraska. Among the callers at the democratic National Headquarters were 11. S. W. Duke Virginia and Frank Weaver Connecticut. A letter from Illinois says that there was a great change going in Illin weeks. Ois to Day that promised to revolutionize the politics in that state and that Carter Harrison s chances be ing elected were better than those also that Cleveland stood As Good a show for the state As Blaine. Hendricks Butler an1 himself. Indianapolis sept 6. In an inter View this evening governor Hendricks was asked what do you think will be the re sult the Butler is very difficult to answer. Or. Butler is unquestionably a very dangerous Man before an audience and he will attract Large audiences and were the election to occur to Day i would be inclined to concede him a considerable vote but the weakening process is going steadily. Inc people do not like to throw their votes away. The certainty that his election is impossible under any circumstances will deter Many his admirers from voting for him and it is also impossible for him to effect As perfect an organization As Flint possessed by either the old parties but . Butler is a remarkable Man and those who know him Best admit that he is a very Good diversity Over a race question that is Likely to assume a serious phase. The University has been used so it is charged by three fourths the press the state by the democrats As a political school. As a result the school though having an abundance teach ers paid by the state has become Al most a failure the number pupils falling off at the close the last term last year to thirty seven. Almost the entire senior class left. At the open ing the school yesterday a coloured Man named Gabriel Holland a Law student Good abilities applied for admission but was informed by the president that As his was the first application by a coloured Man he would it to the Board regents who it is stated in a special him admission the ground that the Constitution the state prohibits a coloured Man from attending the school. Every member the Board regents is a Democrat As Are All the tutors and professors but one. The matter will cause trouble. St. John at Home. Olathe kas., september error St. John returned Home to Day for the first time since his nomination by the prohibition party to the presi Dency. An Effort was made to tender him a reception irrespective party but the mayor and Council refused to have anything to do with it so the management the reception was confined almost exclusively to his personal friends. The sex governor was met at the depot by a delegation citizens and a band music and from thence taken to the Public Square where an address Welcome was. Made by . Pitcher and responded to by . St. John both speeches being very Brief. The sex governor addressed quite a Large audience at the opera House to night. The plumed Knight. Augusta. Me., sept. Blaine departed for bar Harbor this after noon and will return to Augusta to Morrow night. Strange Rumor. Trot n. Y., sept. 6.--the Tele Gram to Morrow will print what it Calls a Well authenticated report from Boston that it is the intention but Ler s friends to strike West off the ticket and substitute the name Hendricks. The nation s dead. Resolutions respect in the untimely death Secretary Folger. Imposing ceremonies Over the remains the late sen Ator Anthony final disbandment the old defenders association Baltimore. Three Snurr Irons an Ocean wreck lore by feeding a boy. Government Telegraph Bates As established by the Post master general. National capital. Of the mine Cave in. Wilkes Barbe pa., september. An exploring party 100 miners entered the Enterprise mine this morn ing to learn the exact condition the disaster. They returned this afternoon and reported that the the Cave in Only covers an area Twenty acres in the mine to Teleg that an abandoned out for a year past. The flow water into the mine has been stopped. The miners Are now engaged in prop Ping up the dangerous portions liable to fall. The Cave in and loss Are not As Large As at first anticipated by the miners. Superintendent Simpson formed an associated press correspondent that it will take one month to Clear up the wreck in the mine and expects to resume work within six Resolution by pet Tow death Secretary eral capital Newa. Washington september the committee appointed at a meeting the officers the Treasury department to prepare resolutions respect to the memory the deceased Secretary the Treasury comptroller Lawrence to Day reported the following resolved that in the death Hon. Charles j. Folger Secretary the Treasury the government has lost one the Moat illustrious Able and Faith Ful its High officers who daring his administration has conducted the Busineau with Emin ent a Mitty with Fidelity and signal Success tatty in his death the country has lost one its most useful servants and citizens that we who Are officially connected with the Treasury depart ment will greatly cherish the memory our late chief not Only for his great Worth As an officer but for his uniform and marked kindness and for his Many eminent and Good qualities and that the foregoing resolutions be in sorted in form itt Che Treasury depart ment and that an engrossed copy government Telegraph Kates. Washington september postmaster general acting under the provisions the act 1866, which requires the postmaster general annually to fix rates to be paid for government telegraphing issued an order fixing rates for the remainder the present fiscal year As follows for Day messages not exceeding Twenty words exclusive Date 20 cents for All distances within Miles with an additional charge 5 cents for every additional 250 Miles fraction thereof but for no distance is the rate to exceed 50 cents. For night Mes sages not exceeding Twenty words exclusive Date 15 cents for All Dis Tances below Miles and for greater distances 25 cents. For both Day and night messages an addition one fifth rate is to be made for every four words fraction thereof in excess Twenty words. For cipher messages known As the signal service weather reports the rate shall not exceed 3 cents per word sent Over each circuit As now Here after established by the chief signal service officer and All such messages Are to be dropped at such intermediate Points As May be designated without extra charge. It is further provided that in no shall the government be charged higher rates than the pub Lic is charged for the same service. The reduction ordered to Day is the greatest reduction made in any one year series years. The rates promulgated to Day Are those reported by the Senate committee Post offices and pos roads last Winter in their postal Telegraph Bill. Camiling critics. Severe and unwarranted criticisms upon the actions the freely party. Official report the famished condition the party when bes Ned. The shooting private Henry As belated by sergeant Fredericks. Seventy thousand scotsmen favouring the franchise Bill Parade in Glasgow. A deserted wife. Double drowning at Toleston. Financial crash at new Brunswick. Greely s expedition. Criminal mention. Portland me., september Thomas j. Libby who shot Lydia Snow and then shot himself is still alive and there is a possibility his recovery. Nyack n. Y., september a. Elliott was arrested this morning charged with attempting to murder Captain Platt at grand View tues Day last. Columbus o., september the deceased. The Fux Kcal. Acting Secretary the Treasury Coon to Day issued the following order to the officers customs and assistant treasurers United states and All other officers the Treasury department notice is hereby Given that the funeral Hon. Charles j. Folger late Secretary the Treasury will take place at 2 clock p. Tuesday sep tember 9th, at Geneva new York. All buildings and offices under your control will be closed at that hour the Day mentioned. It being impracticable to reach the Treasury officers throughout the country direct from the department account the Large number officials the announcement is made through the associated Secretary Chandler and postmaster general Gresham will attend the funeral the late Secretary. Acting Cincinnati september Young wife scarcely More than a child left this City last night for her parents Home in Michigan. She is the victim a heartless desertion by her husband George w. Smith. Accord ing to the woman s Story they were married at Mancelona Antrim county mich., her Home about seven months ago. The girl s parents at first opposed the marriage but their consent was finally obtained and the pair were wedded. Smith is a rolling Mill hand and after he had worked in several Michi Gan towns he took his wife to Chicago and there went to work. They lived very happily for a while but Smith became jealous and a meddlesome woman living in the neighbourhood encouraged his suspicions until it is sup posed he simply abandoned his wife. He wrote her a postal card last week asking her to Send his trunk to new port by. Mrs. Stuth did so and came herself to find him but was unsuccessful and she started for Home wait might. A her Benefit was raised in Newport yesterday morning. She fears her father will not receive her. Nothing is known As to the husband s whereabouts. His discipline in the North official report surgeon frigate Henry was Washington sept. Officer the Greely Relief expedition said Here today the criticisms upon Greely s Lack discipline Are unwarranted. He is no particular Friend mine but i am confident that if an inquiry is had he will come out ahead. He has never said a word against Hazen. But has severely criticised Garlington Tor not examining the Cache provisions at payer Harbor As directed. If he had done that and and left a fresh Supply instead the spoiled rations that were there it is probable that Many More the party would have been Able to pull through. Greely s work was remarkable. He brought every balls taking effect and producing in Stant death. One gun was not loaded. They were compelled to this course because Henry was As Strong and Active As Ever and had he suspected their purpose could easily have killed them. Says that his experience has not satisfied him. And he in tends to visit the Arctic Region again As soon As possible. He said further there May have been cannibalism but this he has no per Sonal knowledge. Henry had been warned several times about stealing l food but he repeated the offence Ana finally Greely issued the order for his execution. Three guns were loaded two with Ball and one with a Blank Cartridge. Fredericks Long and Brainard were detailed to carry out the order. They took the guns and found Henry 150 Yards away in the act stealing Seal skins. The three men. Approached within Twenty Yards and hailing him called out Henry we Are now compelled to carry out the men fired and Henry drop Ped dead. To the to Sib. Funeral the late senator president Arthur and Many distinguished personages attend. Providence k. I., sept. Funeral senator Anthony was solemnized at the first congregational Church at noon to Day and was an occasion for the gathering the representatives the nation and state such As was probably never equalled in this City. A sunday quiet prevailed in the Central part the City Many the largest business houses being Man to the place he said he would two Days before the time fixed where he bad every reason to expect assistance. He must have exercised strict discipline he never could have done it. Here is an instance his discipline. At Cape Sabine . Pavy and one the men came into his tent and insisted upon an immediate division the supplies hand. Greely promptly refused and when they further insist closed during the hours the funeral. Emblems sorrow were displayed from Many shops in various parts the City. The arrangements were under the charge w. P. Conrady sergeant at arms the Senate. The doors the Church were thrown open to the Public shortly after 11 a. M., and immediately governor Bourn accompanied by his staff sex governors state officials and a Long procession the past and present members the legislature filed into the main Entrance followed by judges the supreme court the circuit judges. United states Federal officers and Large delegations from the various local bodies. As the Bells rang out the hour noon the casket containing the remains the dead was slowly from his Lato residence. President Arthur entered a Side door accompanied by senator Edmunds president the United states Senate and other distinguished persons. The massive pulpit in front was appropriately 11 if the placed Chicago convention name at the head had the ii Tuuu Yuwu ticket Don t you think that you would have had his asked the to said . Hendricks warmly i know a correction. Columbus september Glovie the Republican state com Mittee sent the following dispatch to chairman Jones the Republican National Headquarters at new York we have discovered that the Ordi Neil aged fifty years suicide by drowning this morning. She had been sick for a year. She leaves a husband and three grown children. Railway Accident. Wheeling w. Va., september the regular passenger train the Baltimore Ohio Road leaving Here at 9 clock this morning ran Over a cow at Bell ton East Here at and was completely derailed the train was composed a baggage smoking passenger and sleeping cars every one which left the track. The engine ran Down an embankment Sev eral feet in height but did not upset. We. Johnson the Engineer did not leave his Post and was but slightly Hurt. William Horn the fireman jumped and was run Over and actually Cut into mincemeat. The passengers wove All bruised but none Hurt seriously. Trains were delayed a Short at sea. London september German bark Captain Simonton from Punta Arinago arrived from fal Mouth with Throe men belonging to the yacht Mignonette foundered nary formed letter invitation to speakers was through the inadvertence the clerk sent late lot m. Merrill s name having been taken from the books the former committees the letter containing no such matter As the now York Herald represents. No letter any kind was used in reply thereto from mrs. Morrill any one going to the fair. Toledo o., september Tri state fair association s eighth annual exhibition will open monday next and continue during the week. Governor the Way from Southampton to Sydney. They report that when the vessel went Down Wilh All Board they and a boy took to a Small boat without pro visions water. For Nineteen Days Thov drifted about when the boy died and the others then fed his body and were enabled to hold out have Davs longer when the Montezuma rescued them in a horrible condition. The three men were placed under arrest by order the Board Trade. The death the boy will be investigated. Secretary Coon has designated the Fol lowing officials to represent the treas Ury department at the funeral h. C. Johnson we. Lawrence a. C. Wyman Charles Beardsly d. S. Alexander general James a. Dumont m. E. Bell . John b. Hamilton Henry l. Neal i. N. Burrill h. B. James James l. Delaho and c. S. Trevitt. Acting Secretary Coon will be unable to attend As his duties As head agent cannot be delegated. Danger in foreign tags. The Treasury department is in receipt a letter from . Hill United states health officer at London assert ing that the importation rags into this country from is fraught with great danger. He says has been for some time prevalent in London and Largo quantities rags Are collected and shipped to the United states and Large quantities Continental rags Are forwarded to London for shipment to american ports. These rags undergo no process disinfection previous to exportation and Are very Likely agents to convey the infection the cholera Small pox if collected in infected localities. Twenty three Bales rags were recently shipped to now York by the lydian Monarch upon represent Ion that they had not been collected departed defenders. Baltimore sept. Association old defenders whose members took part in the Battle North Point in the War 1824, have disbanded. The Sun says the old defenders association Whoso annual Parade has been most notable and impressive is no More. The Constitution the organization provided that it should be kept up so Long As there were five members Able and willing to continue the organization year after year. The veterans have been dropping out the ranks until now but live Are left who Are Able to attend a meeting the association. It has been their an Nual custom to attend Church in a body the twelfth but the veterans will not gather As Yore nor will there be a banquet. The association was formed in 1842, at Baltimore and had at its formation 1259 members. Flaming forests. Baltimore md., september formation has just reached this City great magnitude county that a Forest lire has been raging in Talbot md., for several Days past and is still burning. The fire began wednesday in the Pine Forest Eugene Ross near Medford s wharf the Choptank River. The origin the fire is unknown. Everything is dry and the fire Burns fiercely. Nearly acres Timber has been destroyed. The scene at night is said to be grand the Trees arc covered with Lames to their tops and the Blaze creeps out along the limbs until the whole is mass fire making a picture strikingly weird and fantastic. A heavy pall smoke hangs Over the coun try. The loss so far is placed at de he ordered them out his tent. Weak As he was he Threa Toneatto Shioi them the spot if did not obey and they went. Every officer the Relief expedition has expressed admiration Foi Greely s Pluck and management. If there is any fight Over the matter you May rest assured that Greely Wil hold his own. He is no fool. He Wil undoubtedly be promoted if there is m Strong opposition in High places. Have no idea that the Story Abou Brainard is True. He ought to be promoted for he deserves it if Ever a mail what surgeon Green sats. New York september Philadelphia medical news to Day publishes an official report prepared by surgeon Green the thetis the condition the Greely party when rescued. He states that when the party went into Winter quarters in october 1883, they were ail in Good health but that sickness speedily set in from the want sufficient air space in the hut they built near Cape Sabine. Instead the thousand cubic feet air necessary but seventy feet were allowed per Man. The daily ration consisted at first about fifteen ounces All told taut was afterwards reduced. The party suffered severely in March f this year from being nearly Asphy ated by the alcohol stove they hav no omitted to take the rags out the vent Hole. The treatment the survivors consisted half hourly doses minced raw f re h beef alternated y Tea spoonfuls milk punch Lieuten ant Greely was Delnio Xis for Twenty Bur hours after the Rescue. His body emitted a fetid odor and was in Erust de with dirt no Bath change clothing having taken place far ten months. His temperature and respire Ion were for sometime below Normal but As food was assimilated a slight fever set in. Beyond a preparation Iron and considerable doses quinine no medication was found necessary draped with Crape while the t 31 _ a.k.1 com Munion table rested a Beautiful Cross Ortea i Osea which was attached a symbolic Anchor and there were also other magnificent Floral offerings. The remains were met at the in trance by the officiating Clergyman nov. Thomas. R. Slicer pastor the Church Rev. Augustus Woodbury and chaplain e. D. Huntley the United states Senate who a reseeded them Down the middles aisle reciting the for the dead while the solemn and expressive strains the dead Maich Saul floated Over the Lute de assemblage. After the casket had been deposited in the Chancel Rev. Woodbury delivered the funeral Ora Tion after which a he in was Sung and the Benediction pronounced by Rev. Slicer. A very Long cortege Fol Lowed the remains to Swan Point cemetery where they were interred. Franco and Schlim. London september Cilicia Hong Kong dispatch to the times says the governor that place received orders to enforce the provision the foreign enlistment act. The showed that they Como from Bun governor has notified the 1 ranch and irk Franco where the cholera has Miral these orders and the Latte not broken out. Large quantities will respect them. Continental rags arc now forwarded to Vienna september is report America by Wall. Hull is a More Dan cd that China has called men port to ship from than either the Dominion Pekin has granted Jive Pool Frost predicted. The signal service reports Light Frost indicated Lor sunday morning in Dacota Western Nebraska and Northern Minnesota. Copyright Law Berne sept. conference opens Hendricks will be a guest Tho Asso 10vo monday next to draft an 11 citation wednesday and general i National Law for the Protection thursday. Authors and artists. Inc september c. Al any n. Y., governor Cleveland will attend the state fair at Almira monday. Democratic hatred Tler. In Oro. Morgan town w. Va., september excitement exists at thin the seat the West Virginia in for once will be a failure. Works governments Franco Italy Auma k will Mph juju no government Hollos will to pros out from America. In the no Sone oomph to representation it is expected the con though who bks in Iii la doses was fre big run nil Auk new Brunswick n. J. September big run the National Bank is in Progress. The police Are keeping Back the crush. It is paying All de mands but May close its doors to Day As the surplus Stock has been impaired. The rumoured deficiency no one doubts. Cashier Chas. S. Hull has committed suicide. Gov. Abbott has appointed . C. Stack county clerk the place being made vacant by Hull s death. The Bank stopped payment at the run has been tremendous All Day. The surplus was exhausted and committed suicide. His deficiency ranges from to Money was expected from new York to tide Over the crash. One the directors m. C. Martin has sent for Hull s speculation May implicate others. The official result the examination is unknown. Hull was buried this afternoon. This afternoon were wrought from now York to Aid the Bank in the last hour business to Day. A heavy run is expected the minister War francs to Purchase munition War. Cratem piss org september latest returns received by the Secretary the pig Iron association do not indicate that the movement to be Siiro. United action in the restriction production by banking furnaces Tho Lino Projko two has been accepted by a sufficient number fur Naces to cover Tho terms Tho agree mint. The Cincinnati foil Drymen. Cincinnati o., september the Union moulders have dared to return to work at Jedway Barton s foundry this morning after Tho severe handling last night when they left work. A Large crowd is about the foundry this morning. The police arc there also but Biem unable to prevent Tho collection people. One the men list night after being knocked and Boa Lon by the strikers Drew n pocket knife and stabbed his assailant in the Broast. He was arrested and the Case continued until monday Quen try administered. On being transferred at his weight was 169 pounds a gain forty nine pounds. Tho medical news ends a critical editorial thus referring to the stories cannibalism in Tho struggle for existence when Only the animal instinct remains and men living in the state animals lose Tho distinctive qualities Tho state it is not surprising that Mere Savage feelings Sway them entirely and hence de Lirums if not occupied with pleasing illusions feasting May take Tho torm an aggressive How private Henry was shot. Indianapolis september Geant Julius Fredericks the Greely to is in Tho City visiting Tho lion j. Fredericks. In an interview with news reporter. Fredericks corroborates sergeant Brainard s de Nial Tho Story that Tho expedition was divided into two parties. He gives the particulars the shooting monday. President Runyon says there is enough to All. A double drowning. , ind., september the Telegraph department the Michigan Central Railroad lost a faithful and excellent operator last evening the death h. Harris at new Buffalo. Or. Han is with his wife and miss. Emma Phillips wont Down to the Mouth the River to Bathe. Miss Phillips ventured out a Little too far and . Harris having fears for her. Went out when both got into a deep. Hole and were drowned Toff ther . Harris losing his own life trying to save that a Friend. Mrs. Harris was Tho Bank and saw her husband and Friend go Down but was powerless save them. Or. Harris was formerly chief operator at lied Oak Iowa Ani Levin Diseati her at Michigan City. Henry under the orders Greely say ing tic sentence was executed by him self and sergeants Brainard and Long. They shot Henry in Tho Back two Aneth another 1 Olar 1 Nii september 6 danish Polar for the Troy Noil next summer proceeding by i in Vav Laud it will b under the leadership messes. And Gomel

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