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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - April 5, 2012, Fort Wayne, Indiana Monroeville news in Miary of the event fill happenings of a week As reported by , come Mereial and Industrial news fires accidents crimes suicides et�., telegrams. J still str Iliani. A Chic Jjo special dated the 3rd inst., says it delegates rear Eselius the engineers fire nieu and switch ii of the roads leading to Chicago held a meet info this a after upon to discuss the strike situation. General Mana or Jeffrey of the Illinois Neutral made an Exten Deil speech at the conclusion o2 which it was resolved that the men of each Road be allowed to use their own ju>1, in All questions growing out of the strike. This was considered a virtual eur or Semient of the Michigan Neutral men s action in returning to work to Day. Telegrams passed to Day Between Thyl fort ii3 be strikers and a Periu Tendon Jmc Cecii which promises a speedy termination of tie troubles on that Road. The strikers asked whether if they returned to Fork in a body this Mornin they would be taken Back. Or. Mccrea replied in the affirmative in voided they would handle All business without . J hese Brief messenger indicate that fort Wayne switch engines will steam vip to Morrow As usual and it a stoppage to the blk def the Immen it in tragic of that Road. The Burlington Road this afternoon applied to judge Iresh Aiu for an injunction against the Belt Liu it to restrain the latter from refusing to handle Quot in Quot freight or refusing the Quot a Quot Road Kuch facilities in the matter of handling freight As it furnished the other roads. Ail officials and employees of the Belt roads wore made parties and defendants. Several weeks ago the same proceedings were begun against the beit Road by the Burlington but the matter was allowed to drop with the understanding that the Fornier to id would handle freight and also that the Bill should remain on tile Pond in any can Regency. Proceedings to Day Indian to that the Belt Road is Beins very badly pushed by its employees and that it has tacitly agreed to the reviving of the original Bill. Judge Gresham granted a comp ovary injunction. One of the important moves that Las yet been taken was decided in secret by the lumbermen s association to Day. Titis is nothing less than to take Legal proceed rings air inst every railway connecting with to e Jurlin ton to compel them to Hail out their lumber and transmit it Over their res inc it Ive lines. General manager arson of the Belt line Nii t a delegation of engineers firemen and switch Jen Lo-7ii�, of and informed them that under injunction they would Piave to handle Quot a Quot Irei trait. After some discussion at i "5 o clock the men said they would stand by the Road and handle freight As instructed. During the entire Forenoon officers of the Belt line held a meeting and after adjourning at 1 o clock met again at Liju. It is by opposed that the agreement waa reached to solve the difficulties with the Quot a Quot Road by agreeing to the injunction granted by judge Irr Sham. this end the Road attorney accepted service. Eli d. Krei ii was shot and instantly killed and Dan Bra ill mortally wounded by three unknown men to night Lith men were watchmen in the employ of the Chicago and Alton company and it was their duty to accompany trains to the City limits and protect them from thieves. The train they went out on was boarded by three men and when Thev attempted to put them off the men Drew Rev covers and began firing. Kreigh fell dead shot through the lungs while was shot through the lower position of the body. No events. L i Lii for i 1 ins. . Sirp aged Jyner in new York City while in a lit of insanity threw her 12-year-old Fon George out of a window of the fourth Story. She jumped after the child and Boih were seriously injured and will probaus die. The. Department of agriculture publishes the result of an inquiry into the con bump lion of Corn in years of Short crops Buch As last year. It says that last year s crop is the seventh of a series running from medium to Low yields which were preceded by six such Eusivo crops of from Twenty six to Twenty nine bushels per acre. The investigation shows there is no fixed Weiju Irementa of Corn for annual con sumption. The reduction of product did not change very much the percentage of the crop in Farmer s hands on the 1st of March. Shipments were less and consumption less. Thai increase of Price which follows a reduction of product limits the use of Corn on the farm and elsewhere cheaper grail product or coarse fora in taking its place. The French Cabinet is officially announced As ii Iowa m. Floquet president of the Council and minister of the Interior m. Goblet minister of foreign affairs m. De freycinet minister of War Admiral Krantz minister of Marine m. Picard minister of Justice m. Peytral sinister of finance m. Lockroy minister of education m. Loubet minister or Public Vork i m. Kivette minister of agriculture and m. Legrand minister of Commerce. A com flip t occurred at the quarries at Carbon pa., Between a sheriff s posse and the striking italian workmen. Several shot were exchanged and one italian wounded. John a. Logan son of the late senator Logan is superin Lendence of the pm go who presided at the tally Ihnet trial at coins Bias Ohio has been , the Hon. R. B. Bishop vill succeed judge Bacon on the Massachusetts Superior Bench. A number of workmen were injured in a premature explosion of Gunpowder at James Findlay s mine at Rittenhouse Gap a. Miss Lizzie Eastman teaching school in one of the farming districts of Clearfield count3-, new York was found dead in the schoolhouse the other night. Her Tongue had been Cut from its roots and was found beside her dead body. The school had been dismissed As usual at 4 o clock and the pupils left their teacher alone in the schoolhouse. In the right hand of the Corpse was found a Lead Pencil and on the floor near her dead body was written the revolting particulars of her death. Two tramps entered the school House after the pupils had been dismissed overpowered and assaulted her afterwards severed her Tongue with a knife and fled leaving her for dead. She recovered sufficiently to write on the school House floor and had succeeded in giving the above particulars with a description of her assailants when she grew too weak to write More and died before she Vas found. The residence of congressman William Walter Phelps two Miles from Englewood n. J., has been destroyed by fire. The fire was caused by an explosion of Gas in the Art gallery. Quot the House was of Stone and one of the finest in new Jersey. David . Of Lyons x. Y., has patented a perpetual motion machine which for Twenty one years he has been trying to perfect and claims to have at last succeeded. He has expended $30,000 on the scheme. Phil Wadei i Hixa Telegram Quot the judges of the License court to Day refused More than half the applications for License to sell liquor in the eighth ninth tenth Twenty sixth and thirtieth wards. So far twelve wards have been examined in which 551 licenses have been granted. In these wards there Are at present 2,147 John a. Log a jk., aided by six officers dispersed riotous strikers from or. Logan s Stone Quarry at Carbon a. A dozen shots were exchanged an italian receiving a Bullet in the knee. A number of the disturber were . A dispatch from Eich Hill mo., a mining town on the Missouri Pacific a Railroad 100 Miles South of Kansas City gives the following Brief account of a horrible Colliery disaster about 4 o clock thurst Lay afternoon there was a Runjo Linig sound in Xiuhe in. Quot it at this Illace Anu a Tuioi deut Atti Iward a fearful explosion Oculi red that entirely Wrock cd the mine und Bui red in the debris Over ii Hundred miners who we ent old from All moans of escape. I to the hour of bonding Liis forty i Odi b have been taken out and at East fifteen More Are expected to have a similar fatt3. The superintendent of the mine was taken out badly injured it will survive. In the tenable excitement and confusion it is Ini xxi Hasibie to Cive a list of names or even an a climate As to the full extent of the disaster but it is now thought that Over sixty men Wero killed. A Dayton Ohio special says that quoted Collins started with gun and dog to Hunt ducks on the a ver and half an hour later was found dead on the Pike where he had fallen in a tit face downward Sut located in a mud puddle. The dog stood on the body of his dead master until a crowd of farm neighbors a Hoo belonging to Dennis Jacobs a Farmer near Elkton d. T., was buried in a Straw stack about dec. 18 last. March 20 Jacobs began digging into the stack expecting to exhume a dead porker. The hog however turned up Lively and Savage having lost to Fly pounds of fat during his ninety three Days imprisonment. After being out forty hours the jury in the Silas Welch libel suit at Minneapolis disagreed seven being for conviction and live for acquittal. Eight Iiri it i i i it Cincinnati House painters struck Forillo cents an hour an Advance of 5 cents and nine hours instead of ten for a Day s work. Tex Stock cars were ditched much Stock killed and several men badly injured in a collision of two Chicago and Northwestern freights near Quarry o. At Lima Ohio Dave Gallagher Patrick Hughes and James Stokey interfered in a Street fight Between negroes and Whites in the Endeavor to separate the combatants when the latter turned on the peacemakers and Gallagher was killed and the others fatally . James a. Miner a lawyer has confessed at Austin tex., to the commission of Nineteen forgeries. The lowest term in prison he can be awarded is thirty eight years. Anniston Ala dispatch Quot All the streams in this Section of the state Are out of their Bank a and Many Bridges have been washed away. The Tennessee Virgini i a cd Georgia Ilio Good Gia Pacific and the Annie on d Atlantic Hail roads have abandoned All trains and traffic and travel is a get it. Completo . Two children living a few Niles from Here in the country caught in the current of a swollen Stream and Atlanta a dispatch Quot reports from All parts of the state show that the enormous rain Ali of the last week throughout Georgia has resumed in great damage to railroads and a harming the private banking House of Thomas p. Miller of Mobile ala., after thirty six years of exist care has succumbed. There was no run on the Bank. It simply fell to pieces and there is utile if anything left. The amount due depositors is about $180,-000, and to other creditors about $50,000. Becent heavy Rains have caused the rear Walls of the Mississippi Capitol building at Jackson to sink and it is estimated that $100,000 will be necessary to make it Safe. We i git be six ent cite Veiland hits sent a letter to tie civil Servic a commission recon Mendin an Extension of the limits of the classified service. He says xon competitive examinations Are the exceptions to the plan of the act and the rules permitting the same should be strictly construed. The cases arising under the exception above recited should be very few and when presented they should precisely meet All the requirements specified and should be Lap Portal by fact which will develop the basis and of Echo application of the appointing officer and which will commend them to the Jud tement of Tho commission and the president. The Solo Pui Jose of the provision a to Benefit the Public service and it should never be permitted to operate As an evasion of the main feature of the Law which is competitive examination. As these cases will first be presented to the committee for recommendation i have to re quota that you will formulate a plan by which their merits can be tested. This will naturally involve a statement of All the facts deemed necessary for the determination of such applications. Including the kind of work which has been done by the person proposed for promotion and Tho considerations upon which the allegations of the faithfulness efficiency and Quality cation mentioned in the Rule Are predicated it is probable that Secretary Bayard will make a test Case of the right of a naturalized citizen of this country who was bom in France to return to his native land without danger of being impressed into the military service of that country says a Washington dispatch. John Fauchier a native of France was naturalized in Nevada in 1880. Lately to returned to the land of his birth and was arrested and enrolled in the seventh regiment of infantry. He invoked the Aid of the governor of Nevada to secure his release. His request was sent to the Secretary of state who instructed minister Mclane to demand his release. The French government politely declined. Minister Mclane writes to Secretary Bayard that this is a Case Well adapted to test the question of the right of american citizens of French parentage to visit France without being subject to forced military service and urges that the matter be pressed further upon the French government. The House invalid pensions committee has appointed messes. Matson Walker and Morrill a sub committee to consider the various Bills looking to a repeal of the limitation clauses in the arrears of pensions act. Commissioner Black estimates that it will take Between sj00,005, i0 and 50l ,000, 00 to All claims for arrears of pensions should the limitation clause be repealed. The reports about the condition of chief Justice Waite s estate Are understood to be True Bays a Washington special. Instead of $200,000, which was once supposed to be his private Fortune the chief Justice left his Quot family practically nothing except the House in which they live. Among the friends of or. Waite who know the circumstances a quiet movement has been started to raise a fund. During the month of March the Public debt was decreased to the extent of $11,-58g,5o9. The Bill granting a pension of $2,000 a year to the widow of John a. Logan has passed both houses of . The Oregon prohibition state convention met at Portland and nominated for congressman professor g. M. Miller of Portland and also an electoral ticket of three. The following were chosen delegates to the National prohibition convention W. Well s. Samys s. Condit . Ellen Zickafoose mrs. X. I. Lii figs i. A. Amos. M. Miller and Jug. Warner. Of a strict party vote the new York Assembly passed the High License Bill which now goes to the Senate. The state Central committee of the prohibition party of Connecticut has voted to Call a convention to nominate a state ticket on or about aug. 1, at Hartford. President is positively reported a to have expressed a desire to have governor Gray of Indiana on the ticket with him. The Republican state committee of Virginia has decided to hold the state convention at Petersburg May 17, the gathering to select delegates to the National convention. conventions North Carolina seventh District congressional de mat Salisbury june 2 California state de mat los Angelos maj 15, to choose National delegates new Hampshire state Lispcon Ord. May 8, to choose National delegates. The California democratic state convention will be held at los Angeles maj 15. At Oskaloosa Kansas a woman has been elected mayor and a common Council entirely composed of women also . Latest advices from China say that the crisis in Bonan is passed but that the distress of the people is appalling 2,000,000 persons being utterly destitute. The near est towns Are invaded by hordes of naked and starving refugees from the Iio Oded districts who like swarms of locusts Are devouring everything. Thirty thousand persons have been homeless by the floods in the Valley of the Vistula in Ger Manv. Be ail fifty people have been drowned Tho total loss by the inundations is estimated at Over fio,000,000. The russian minister of finance has presented to the Imperial Council a Bill permitting the use of Metal currency in business transactions. This is possibly the slav Way of saying that Silver is to be re monetized and made a Legal tender. A of women in constantinople sought to obtain the arrears of pensions due their husbands from the government and besieged the Oitice of the minister of finance. The minister was secreted to escape the fury of the women. The killed a woman who was advising them to make their demands quietly. A Paris dispatch says Quot the chamber of deputies on Friday by a vote of 268 to 237, despite the opposition of the government. Voted urgency for the extreme left s Bill providing for the revision of the Constitution. The government thereupon resigned. President Carnot accepted the resignation of the Cabinet but the ministers will conduct the affairs of their Jereral departments until their to successors Are appointed. It is expected that m. Floquet will be summoned to form a Cabinet a Beklian dispatch Sas that Quot sunday the 1st of april was the v3d birthday of Bismarck who is in excellent health and received congratulations the whole Day. People called to leave cards continually till a late hour in the afternoon. Papers of All shades of political opinion have nothing but eulogies for him. The Prince was never at so great a height of general popularity As now. He is even More popular than after the Franco German . A Chicago special of monday says Quot an Extension of the strike that will More or less involve every Railroad in Chicago is threatened by the refusal of the men on the Belt line to handle any Burlington freight. The Belt line extends around three sides of the City and its Especial function is to Transfer the cars of All roads. Its switchman engineers and fire Nen have voted to join in the Burlington Boycott and their prompt discharge will follow if they persist in this refusal. A tie up of the Belt line Means a suspension of connecting freight traffic Between All the roads until the places of the strikers can be filled. The situation of affairs on the fort Wayne and st. Paul is equally critical and it is very Plain that the most serious phase of the strike complication is now to be a dispatch of tuesday says Quot one thousand men in Milwaukee and Between 6,000 and 7,000 on All divisions were locked out by the order of the st. Paul company s officials to the Heads of All departments to reduce their forces in consequence of the general suspension of business caused by the strike in Chicago. The first order was to reduce All forces one third but subsequent orders were to Lay off every employee Whoso services were not absolutely necessary to carry on the business of the Road. Besides the order to reduce the forces another order was issued to Cut Down the salary of every Man in the company s employ and general manager Miller says it affects his own salary As Well As that of All judge ship Max of the United states circuit court rendered a decision dismissing the suit of Rowland Hazard and other stockholders of the credit Mobilizer against Sidney Dillon As trustee. The suit begun fourteen years ago asked for an accounting for the work done on the Union Paciuc Road. It is stated that the Dominion government will buy Back from the Canadian Pacific railway 7,000,000 acres of Laud for $10,500,0 0 in ready Cash for which sum the company agrees to a cancellation of its monopoly in the Northwest. in kind upon foreign countries which prohibit Tho importation of United states products is contemplated in the Bill introduced by senator Farwell. Should this Bill become a Law the i Resi Dent is empowered and directed to Issue a proclamation excluding imports from any nation which practice this discrimination against America. e. Cross president and Samuel c. White cashier of the National Bank of Raleigh n. C.,have been arrested at Toronto Canada on the charge of forgery. Inside the lining of Cross overcoat Loi was found and in White s outer garment was discovered. A st. Louis Grain firm has compiled reports from the Winter wheat Belt of Missouri and Illinois and find the destruction not so great As feared but still very Large. They find from in thirty counties in Illinois that the Winter wheat crop will fall about Ijo per cent Short of last year and in eighteen counties in Missouri that it will fall 20 per cent Short in that state. Cross and White the absconding officers of the state National Bank of Raleigh have been indicted for forgery and Wal be extradited. Tley telegraphed from Toronto to the North Carolina authorities that they would voluntarily return. It took just Ono month to count the $158,575,05.80 in the new York reports. New Youk. 4.50 amp 5.50 h u.s.5.25 i t 0.00 Suke Quot. 5.01j 7.2 i we Kate to. Spi ing.88� a Jav. No. 1 .95.i count to. Lit Ltd Oats Wiite. .4u e .4 1 Pokky new we38. 14.5 j Detroit. Cattle. 4.0j a 5 is hous. 4.7j Quot sheep. 4.= 5.7. Wheat to. 2 red.8 i .�4 cuke a no. -i--------.50 .51 Oats no. 2 . Amp .30 India Arolis. Cattle prime steers. 4.50 is 5.23 fair.4.50 Butch is cows Ltd i.25 ii ogs. 5. 10a 5.75 Suki i it. 4.u0 a. 5.75 13u1falo. Cat ti.k4.50 a 5.50 hogs. 5.00 i Sojki it. oo 7.i5 wheat a no. 1 hard.1/1 4 Corse to. A a .57 Eib Euty. Cart let prime. 4.7.� Quot 5.25 fair. 4.00 Ift 4.50 common. 3.50 la 4.00 6.00 ,siil2tp. 5.50 at a it 2.5 . 5.50 amp 7.00 Chicago. Choice to prime steor3 .5.00 i 5.50 Good. 4.ii> f u 4.7 i common to fair. 3.75 i Quot 4.25 non pm shipping . 5.00 ii. 5.i siieer.-. 4.50 wheat to 2 Cibl s i . 2.40 i .5114 to it ats no. 2.t to ban Levy no. 2.78 not .8j Buttkus Choice creamery.�9o ii .hij4 Fine Dairy. .524 amp .20 cheese full Cream Jii .1234 Kogs--fre3h.16 .17 potatoes Choice per hu.90 Iff 1.00 poui�--mes3. 13.00 �13.75 Milwaukee. Wheat�?cash.73 a <9 .7414, con a no. 3.40 2 .47 Oats no. 2 White.1.34 Rte no. 1.68 .60 Barley no. 2.75 0 .76 to bks mess. 13.75 it 14.00 Toledo. Wueat-caah.83.84 corn�?mav.49 a .50 z is .33 cloves seed. 3.85 is 3.90 st. Louis. Wheat no. 2 bed.80,81 Conn-mlxod.4654 Oats-cttbh.30hi<p .31 iltu.62 amp .62 liartiey.83 w .88 Poaft-me��.,.x8.60 0-14.25indiana state news. A patents have been issued to Indiana inventors As follows Dempster Beatty Assignor to Beatty Felting company Mishawaka making combined knit and cloth boots George e. Blaine Dayton Ohio and e. Hill Cambridge City Assignor to m. Kemper trustee Dayton railway Cross tie and Sleeper Isaac Mbrown Columbus railway switch Charles e. Cleveland and Hanson fort Wayne said Cleveland Assignor to said Hanson de Dresser for saws Henry a. Gore Assignor of two third to e. W. Walker and h. M. Kutor Goshen carpet sweeper John f. Mains Indianapolis com and fodder compressed Lewis a. Neff Middle town car coup link John e. Lith. Coal City combined ironing Board and Wash Bench Charlesm Young Eby sewing machine. A George Parker who was Given Loo lashes on his Bare Back by the Crawford county White Caps a few Days ago is reported in a dying condition As the result of his cruel punishment. It is stated that his Back was so horribly gashed from the whipping that the shoulder Blades and Backbone were Laid Bare. Parker is a powerful Man weighing 180 pounds but he was tied face Foremost to a tree by Twenty men each one of whom gave him five lashes with heavy elastic Hickory switches. Parker is charged with not prop by providing for his wife to whom he has been married about one year. A a fatal Accident occurred recently at the residence of Kuch pern. His two sons Fred and Karl were playing at a Indian scouts Quot when Karl who was snapping a supposed unloaded revolver at his brother discharged the weapon the Ball striking Fred in the forehead killing him instantly. The revolver had been unloaded but Fred during the evening had placed a live Cartridge therein from which he received his death u few moments later. The shooting was done in the presence of the horrified parents who Are nearly crazed with grief. Fred was aged 12 and Karl in. A the managers of the various base Ball clubs of this state met at Logansport a be flatly the object of the meeting being to form a state league. The following named managers were present . Lamburt and s. Primly Elkhart Thomas Miller Lafayette c. H. Dailey Frankfort d. A Fisher it. Wayne and Joseph Henning Kokomo. A state Lesgae was established following cities Elkhart South Bend Frankfort Lafayette Kokomo it. Wayne and Logansport. A while engaged in sex Asadul for a ditch near Losantville Milo and Lufus Bookout unearthed a huge Tusk a p try of the remains of some Mann Noth animal supposed to have inhabited this country in the Early states of the world s history. The specimen measures seven feet in length and Twenty four inches in diameter and is one of the finest specimen ? of a species of animal now extinct Ever found in the state. It would make a valuable addition to some historical museum. A the health officer at Crawfordsville has written to the state Board Ileal a to prove that there is Quot a Large sized epidemic Quot in that place that Gog cases of Measels have been reported to him. Of this number seventy eight occurred in february and 528 in March. He thinks there Vire from 100 to 200 cases unreported and writes that the disease although it is abating in the City is spreading through the country districts. A a Freish train on Tho Madison Branch of the j., m. It i. id ran Over and instantly killed Anderson Lyga Niiori an old and highly respected citizen of \ a non. Or. Mcgannon had started to attend a Public Sale a Short distance from town on account of the rain he turned Back an 1 in some was was caught by the train and killed. The Accident occurred within two blocks of the Home of the l. At Camden the people were startled recently by a heavy report and Slick As of an earthquake. It w is a from Gas Well no. 2. The Drill at a of foot it struck an immense Deposit of shale and was thrown out of the Hole with the velocity of an Arrow crashing Thron a the Summit of the seventy foot Derrick and Twenty feet above. The Crew barely is Majied with their lives. A John Colgin. Of Hartford Ity has in his Possession fou Youni Motherless foxes they have been adopted and Are provided for by a Quot Kittess cat Quot who manifests As much maternal solicitude and Motherly care for them As though Thoy were or own family. They seem to h Ive a cd stud the situation in a Kindred spirit and Are doing Well. A William Carr a Miner while at work waa seriously juju a a in no. 2 mine owned by the Bra in Uio k Coal company. One of the other min fired a shot in tiie Coal unit a the a Illar was so thin Between the places that it went throw ii with the above result. Carr is about Twenty three years of Asje and unmarried. A statement which recently appeared in an Indianapolis paper to the elect that Harrison county orders were Selling at a discount of 30 cents on the Dollar has no foundation in fact Brokett at Corydon Are anxious to get them at s per cent discount and Many persons buy them at 5 per cent. A a representative of Tho Chicago Board of Trade who claims to have made extensive inquiries As to the prospects of the wheat crop in this state has written Secretary Heron of the state Board of agriculture stating that the crop in the Southern portion of the state is the poorest for live years. Angus fatally shot James Saunders in Crawford county the ending of a feud a mixed by the operate oils of i White Caps

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