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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - April 12, 2012, Fort Wayne, Indiana To n Roe wide catalogue of the week s important occurrences concisely. Summarize intelligence by electric wire from every Quarter of the cd to izod world the Tery latest by Telegraph Foi skiing s Koiki Ilion. A sew York special dated the 10th inst. Bays at 11 o clock this morning a mors a were in the air Abo at the Hoffman Hubb that in Conkling avas in a very precarious condition. No strict authentic inform Tio i w i8, however . From various boil res it was Learned however that the suffered was delirious almost constantly. The result of the operation Aud the consequent Kup duration that resulted therefrom Seei epic to i get sap Pius the very life out of the paid edit. Mrs. On Liui had become Verv much alarmed Lor her husband and hid Given up her room on the Twenty fifth Street Side of the Joffman Hoase and was established in the exp senator s elegant rooms on the second floor of j West Twenty fourth Street. Or. Conkling of on web the whole floor of four Roomi and the sick mail is in n Back bedroom. Mrs. Conkling is in the front room and does not remain at her husbands Side. At no a a a. The condition of or. Conkling was considered to be very critical but his tine robust Jib is Jue makes it possible for him to Light of the disease. Ajl Rosa. M., of Quot of. Frederick a. Conkling brother of the senator Caine out of the House leaning heavily on the firm of his son. He was almost too much Aimee Ted to speak Aud in answer to a question As to his brother s condition he said Quot Ery Low very when asked if there was any Hope of his recovery he replied Quot i fear not i fear the Outlook at noon was very bad for the senator but predictions cannot be safely made. At 1 1 o clock to night or. Conkling s physician said that everything was in the patient s favor and that he was resting Well. His pulse and Lempera ure were better and he was More rational. At 11 o clock he was still resting quietly. Or. Baiker says that from >5 till it it o clock Conkling had slept better than at any other Lime for a week. Ii Ltd Ili Iii or on top. A Paris dispatch says the Tehin asks when will lie publicans who Rush in the Wake of Boulanger r Ali e that they Are Only helping the Boua artists Forward. Quot it would have been easy Quot says the the Ittin Quot for this pure Republican if he wanted to avoid the Ca Marist party to have taken a stand which would have compelled the Bona artists to have opposed him instead of they have done just the contrary. How Long will this strange farce last Quot Ijo. Paris blames the moderates for their brusque violence and baseness which rendered possible Boulanger s Victory. The private dispatches which passed Between count Dillon and Gen. Boulanger and which were published in the Matin proved that Gen. Boulanger was cognizant of and approved his candidature for the chamber of deputies in the various departments in which he was first voted for although he publicly repudiated All responsibility for the presentation of his name. At a meeting of the elector at Fourmier department de word a Resolution endors ing Gen. Boulanger s candidacy for the chamber of deputies was unanimously adopted amidst enthusiasm. A terrible Accident happened at Smiley Ohio. Frank Post working in the Sawmill of David Stonehill while passing Between a log of the Carriage and Tho saw Lii Ped and fell on the saw. It literally sliced the flesh off his Back from the shoulder to the thigh and Cut one foot badly. Slices of flesh Lay in the Mill after Post was gotten out from the saw. He died shortly after being taken Home. I Ost was an industrious Yonng Man and had Only been married a few months. Minor. The Southern Minnesota division of Tho Chicago Milwaukee Ami st. Paul railway is badly washed out by a flood in the Koot Kiver Minnesota. No trains have run into Lacrosse of this division since last saturday. It will take ten Days after the floods subside to put the Road in order. At Owna station w. A James Pike attacked Charles Billops with a knife a when Bill Ope who had an a raised it and struck a terrific blow splitting Bis body from shoulder to Waist. Billops sur nude red. The circuit court at Ravenna Ohio has refused to Grant Quot Blinkey Quot Morgan s motion for a new trial and sentenced him to hang on june 1. The execution will take place in the Penitentiary at Coli bub where the prisoner is now continued. John a. Lomax son of the late senator who was arrested for shooting a riotous italian at the Carbon Limestone Quarry near new Castle pa., has been released from custody. The magistrate hold that or. Logan acted under the sheriff s orders and could not be held for the shooting. The boiler in the saw Mill of h. C. Fink Baldwin Iii., exploded with terrific Force. James r. Mitchell an employee was blown across the log being sawed and had a leg Cut off Aud was otherwise mangled and died instantly. Isaac Holden Engineer was killed a c. Fink badly wounded and John Henry slightly Hurt a tramp s body suspended to a tree was found in Montana. He had climbed the tree to take his bearings and had fallen but the tails of his coat caught in a limb and kept him hanging until he . While mrs. Mary Smith of Wanemia pa., was making whisky the pot containing it fell into the fire the whisky blazed a setting Are to her clothing and burning her to death. Her three children who tried to save her were fatally burned and tier husband is said to have become insane a Rhen he heard of the Accident. A fire at Amesbury mass swept away $800,000 Worth of property. In a hotel at new York the Rev. Or. Sutherland an evangelist better known As senator Bob Hart Quot of the variety stage was found dead in bed. He had been drinking heavily with old friends during the afternoon. B. F. Iii la and father Butler Dilley of Kingston pa., who went to new York to buy presses for their paper have disappeared a train on the Rutland Railroad tvs wrecked near Peckingham station vt.,by a washout. Engineer Moses Pratt and fireman John Pratt were killed and live passengers were badly injured. Gen. Quinn y a. Gilmore died at his residence in Brooklyn n. Y. Twenty freight train Crews have been Laid off on the new York Central for Lack of business. It is said to be due to the Estern strikes. The employees of the Edgar Thompson steel works at Braddock pa., have rejected Andrew Carnegie s terms and the works will Likely remain closed for an in infinite period. Niew Yoke Money brokers Are being swindled by a Confidence Man with a trick called while having them change currency into Gold he manages to pit loin some of the Coin and then changes his mind. A in Quot Vav Yogiji special of tuesday morning says Quot it is now believed that sex senator Conkling cannot live forty eight hours. A consultation of the physicians in attendance was held yesterday afternoon Aud it was decided that the Only Chance for Imp. Conkling s life was to perform an operation to remove the pus which it was believed had gathered behind the temporal Bone. Accordingly the Bone was Cut away and a Large amount of matter freed. The operation was successful in every Way. The patient immediately afterwards seemed to be greatly . At Jackson mich., Edward Hogan the aeronaut dropped from a balloon at an Elevation of two Miles with a Parachute. A Spirngfield Ohio dispatch says Quot a Day or two ago the 9-year-old daughter of Frank Dent died suddenly under circumstances which indicated Arsenical poisoning to Day two More of Dent s children died and it has been discovered that they were poisoned by drinking water from an old Well into which rats poisoned with arsenic had been a Sion x City dispatch says the flood of the Missouri immediately above Sioux City has been the highest and most disastrous since the memorable inundation of the Spring of 1881. A it Ito ii Cekin e tank at the jilt a powder company s works at Miller s station on the Lake Shurre and the Baltimore and Ohio railroads in Lake county Indiana exploded with terrific effect the building was totally wrecked and three men were instantly killed. The Shock was Felt for Many Miles. Jake Wortz living near Elgin 111., accidentally shot and killed his brother. Root st Kong it co., wholesalers of dry goods at Detroit have made an assignment. The Centennial anniversary of the settlement of Marietta Ohio by Gen Lufus Putnam and other pioneers was celebrated at that place on saturday and sunday senator Hoar of Massachusetts was the orator of the Day and gov Foraker made the speech of Welcome. Samuel w. Books father of Hugh m. Brooks the murderer of Arthur prel Ler has written an appear 1 to the american people asking that his son he saved from the Gallows. A Inkamp s body suspended to a tree was found in Montana. He hair climbed the tree to take his bearings and had fallen but the tails of his coat caught in a limb and kept him hanging until he died. At new Harmony ind., while John w. Miller a prominent merchant was cleaning out a Breech loading gun a Cartridge in it suddenly exploded killing him instantly. A Woodward it dispatch says Quot forty Farmers from Ashland and other Kansas towns went Down into no Man s land last week and Strung up four horse thieves. They now have nine More of them barricaded in the Cherokee strip just East of no Man s land and intend to swing them if they get Shawneetown 111, special Quot while the funeral services of John s. Brown were being held a floor broke in and a crowd of forty people were hurled into the cellar. The Cohin and Many articles of furniture were piled on top of the confused mass of struggling men women and children. They were soon extricated and no one was badly a Leadville Colo dispatch says that Quot Mort Duggan the first marshal of that City and a prominent figure in local politics while standing in front of the Texas House was shot dead by an unknown p son. Duggan had a number of political enemies. It is supposed the deed was committed by one of the Indiana state Normal school buildings at Terro haute have been destroyed by lire. The 800 pupils escaped but lost a portion of their books and wraps. The Structure which Cost $189,00, was not insured. Washington special to the Chicago Tribune says Quot the Illinois politicians Are saying in a Ashington that judge schol Field of the state supreme Bench will be selected to succeed the late chief Justice Waite. Their Confidence is apparently Well col. Donn Piatt appeared before the Senate committee on Postof amp Ces at Washington to advocate the House Bill to pro Phi bit transmission of cheap literature by mail at one cent a Pound. He said that by the misuse of the word Quot periodicals Quot the mails had become crowded with matter of which the Seaside Library publications Are an example to such an extent that postal cars must be changed to freight cars if it goes further. The third assistant postmaster general had authorized him to state this. The formal procedure in the United states supreme court on monday in connection with the recent death of chief Justice Waite was something More than formal. Attorney general Garland s remarks were those of a warm Friend As Well As an official eulogist while the response of Justice Miller showed the keen sense of personal affliction Felt by every member of the Bench. A Washington special reports that careful observers think there is a Strong probability that senator Gray of Delaware will be appointed chief Justice. He is a Good lawyer and Only 48 years old. It is argued that senatorial Courtesy would Aid in procuring his confirmation. The House committee on Pacific bail roads has agreed upon a Bill forfeiting All lands opposite Railroad lines not completed within the time specified by Law. The supreme court of the United states has rendered a decision in the Case of William l. Powell plaintiff in error is. The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania affirming the constitutionality of the statute of that state making it unlawful to manufacture butter or cheese or any article designed to take the place of those articles from any compound other than unadulterated milk or Cream. Justices Harlan and Field . Delegates to the National convention were chosen by the Vermont Republican state convention at Burlington. So Mpa thy with the and hatred of i democratic Tariff reduction were the salient political features of the convention. The delegates Are understood As favouring Blaine first of All and after him Depew and Sheridan. Admiration of president Cleveland s administration approval of his Tarvitt Quot revision policy advocacy of the forfeiture of unearned Railroad land Grants and of the election of United states senators by a direct vote of the people were among the declarations of the Oregon democratic convention John a Gearin was nominated for Congress and John Burnett of supreme judge. The new York democratic state convention to elect delegates to st. Louis will be held in new York City May 15. One Hundred and fifty coloured and Twenty five White delegates composed the Mississippi Republican convention at Jackson. John r. Lynch the coloured sex can Gressman Heads the delegation to Chicago which goes uninstructed but is understood to be for John Sherman first last and All the time. A Providence dispatch says Quot the re tums indicate the election of Taft Republican for governor of Rhode Island by a majority of 1,989. The entire vote will not vary much from that of last year. The republicans claim the election of forty seven senators and representatives not counting Providence Pawtucket or Newport and estimate a Republican majority of five on Point ballot. The proposed amendment to the Constitution abolishing the real estate qualification for fore Iem born voters will probably not get the necessary two thirds vote. A meeting of the Wisconsin Republican state Central committee and the chairmen of the Republican congressional committees was held at Milwaukee at which Madison was selected As the place and wednesday. June 1 As the time for the holding of the state convention William Dickson and Lawrence Gardner both ardent Cleveland men have been chosen to represent the District of Columbia in the democratic convention. The platform of the prohibitionists of California adopted by the stale convention at san Francisco Quot denounces the prostitution of the grape Industry to the manufacture of wine Brandy and other intoxicating it favors woman suffrage and demands government control of All railways and telegraphs. The Republican candidate for governor of Rhode Island was elected by a majority of 1,984. The legislature is largely . A Chicago special says there is every reason to believe that a bargain has been struck Between the brotherhood of locomotive engineers and Tho knights of labor whereby the latter organization is to Call Oft its men now in the Burlington service whenever the brotherhood leaders say the word. In return the brotherhood binds itself to co operate similarly with the knights whenever occasion arises. It is an offensive and defensive Alliance Between two labor organizations that have hitherto acted independently of and to some extent antagonistic ally toward each other. T. V. Powder Xiy has written a communication to a labor journal denouncing the association controlling the Pennsylvania Coal mines. Foreign. A Cable dispatch from Tangier says Quot or. W. Reed Lewis the american Consul has received a reply from the moorish government de cling to accede to the demands of the United states with reference to the portions under consular Protection imprisoned at Rabat. Fears Are entertained Here that the american government will adopt rigorous measures against Morocco. The United states Steamer Enterprise has sailed from Tangier for Nice to receive orders from the Admiral of the american Squadron with refer not to the Rabat affair. The Irish privy Council has decided to proclaim the National league meetings which it was proposed to hold sunday. Father Kennedy and sixteen Farmers of county Cork have been convicted of attending a National league meeting in a proclaimed District and sentenced to Thiee months imprisonment. Or. Parnell s arrears of rent Bill provides that All proceedings of the removal of a tenant for non payment of rent shall be staid on application Tor revision until a decision has been Given. No extra rent is to be charged for tenants improvements. The Bill repeals the clauses of the act of 1870 directing the court to consider the length of time a tenant has been benefited by improvements in reducing the a moist of compensation. London dispatch Quot a sensational Story is reported from Moscow. The Beautiful daughter of a russian army officer rented a room in that City and directly she had taken Possession of it the police appeared and forced the door whereupon the lady jumped from a window and was mortally injured. Her trunk contained dynamite bombs which were intended for the purpose of assassinating the the repressive policy of the British government was Given a vigorous trial in Ireland on sunday last. At Kitrush an attempt to hold a Public meeting brought out the military Aud police and ten persons were seriously injured with Batons and bayonets. At Loughrea Tho redoubtable William o Brien was advertised to make an address but his audience was dispersed by Force or. O Brien s Challenge to the police to arrest him instead of Mal treating the people being disregarded. At Mac room there were scenes of violence and or Tanner m. P., was arrested. There was also a disturbance at Ennis in which several people were Hurt and fifty arrests made. There is As yet no evidence that agitation for Home Rule in Ireland has been suppressed. The crisis in Germany seems to be settling Down again and although there May be a temporary postponement of the Royal love match the four women will evidently have their Way Bismarck has apparently obtained All that he desired having placed himself on record As opposed to any matrimonial plotting dynastic entanglements or disturbance of the peace policy. He is Clear on that score so far As Russia is concerned and there is now no danger of his resignation. A Berlin dispatch says the betrothal of Victoria and Alexander has been postponed but that circumstances May arise under which Bismarck will consent to the . An incendiary fire destroyed the bullring at Celaya Mexico. The place was thronged at the time and the panic caused by the flames was frightful. Eighteen women and children were either burned or crushed to death but not a Man lost his life. It is said that Many persons became insane from the Shock Bradstreet s new work reports Quot weather conditions favored the new York Trade this week but the aggregate business done failed to reach expectations. The slackness of the demand both with agents and jobbers has had a weakening effect on Many classes of Cotton goods generally however on Low priced and slow Selling grades. Reports from the retail dry goods Trade Are generally a Chicago Telegram reports Quot the Spring contract of the rolling Mills and furnaces have come to be taken As an Index to the prospects of the Iron Trade for the year. Reckoned on such a basis Tho Iron Trade business is now in an i certain and backward state. The Money Market is steady under a Good demand Sterling Exchange is quiet the Trade in investment securities is Small stocks were higher and the produce markets Are More Henry Villiard has sailed for Europe. He is said to be very sick. An alleged Tascott has been arrested at Helena m. T. Crop reports from important Points in the Southern Illinois Winter wheat areas show that the crop is showing up poorly even after a week of Good weather. The Oats in warehouses Are being largely reduced. Texas reports considerable Cotton yet in the country. Indications now Are for Day weather while rain is . Chicago. Choice to prime steers 5.00 0 5.50 Good. 4. ¿5 Iii. 4.75 Colimon to fair. 3. 2i Tai 4.00 Hoff a slip piping grades. 5.00 us 5.50 Sheri it. 4.5 j of a 25 we Kate no. 2 red.80 f .81 Corn a no. 2.51 a 52 Oats no. 2. Barley no. 2.79 of .81 butt by Choice creamery.27 �5 .28 Fine dairy.25 Chi .26 cake see full Cream .153 potato so Choice per bu.90 3 1.00 pork mess. 13.00 3i .50 Milwaukee. Wheat�?Cash.73 .73 corny no. 3.47 amp .48 Oats no. 2 white.33 i .34 Kye no. 1.t 0 . 2.75 Quot <5 .77 pork mess. .�413.75 Toledo. Whkat�?Cash.82 a v.&3 Corn Cash.52 .52 oath no. 2 white.3. ,36&Quot . 3.75 31 3.85 st. I oils. Win cat no 2 ked.80 a .81 corn�?mixed.4fa,o .47 Oats Cash. 0 a .31 0 .62 baur.kv.3 to .87 Poi Ike Moss. 13.50 Vii 14.00 new Yoke. 4.00i .5.50 Hotis. 5. 25 it i 5.75 Shekh. 5.00ii 7.50 we Kate no. 1 .94j4 no. 2 lied.80 .90 corn�?no.-2.65 .67 Oats-whito.41 to .45 pork new mess. 10.00 c 16.25 Detroit. . 4.00 i i 5.s0 hoos.�. 5.00 a 5.75 Bueky. 4.50 �6 6.00 we Kate no 2 rod.82 id As Corn no. 2.52 e .53 Oats no. 2 white.36 a .37 Indiana oils. Cattle fair to Prima. 4.5o c i 5.2$ hogs. 5.2.-> it 6.50 Shkop. 5.00 it 6.00 lambs. 5.25 @ 5.75 Buffalo. Cattle. 4.00 5.00 hogs. 5.00 n t 5.75 a Hep. or. 7.00 we Kate no. 1 hard.90 cd .91 corny no. 2 yellow.57 6 East Liberty. Ca Tixel prime. 4,75 to 5.25 fair. 4.50 4,75common. 8.75 4,95hoos. 6.00 amp 6.758bup. 5.60 �.50. 5.50 amp 7.00 indians a news. A Secretary Huron of the state boy to of agriculture hns filed his annual report with the governor. In regard to the state s Prosperity the Secretary says Quot we can Well repeat the assertion made in former published reports that Indiana in All the Verj misites for Prosperity Strauda pre eminently in the Lead Aud has More of the elements necessary for creat in do trial development thaa any other state. There is the finest eos Timber water Stone clays Coal ores everything that a necessary for a great civili7 Ilion. To Complete the list of our adv la As As if to make us the most favored of All the states we now have natural Gas gushing Forth in abundance in a Large part of the state. This May Well be called a new Era the future of which can Only be Tho report is full of interesting material in the Way of statistics and the development of Tho state in the last year As having been steady and Strong. An especially Gratifying feature is the splendid showing in the Way of increased efficiency among Indiana Farmers. New and More scientific methods Are rapidly coming into use and this fact is having an important bearing on Indiana s agricultural stamp in among other states. The report shows that the state has Nineteen Coal producing counties. A patents have been granted in Liana inventors As follows Fenry w. Al shone Custer Gate Beverly w. Duncan Assignor of Oue half to i. Leedy i Ora hog trap William n. Gartside Pic hindu a door plate and indicator Jamos l. Henderson Bloomington corp planter Lewis to. Nor Delphi Tonjue support Antoine i Littler Torre Liante car con it Ling Elwood c. I Hillips i Richmond Assisi air to a Warren st. Louis mo., and j. W. Larch Cincinnati tension apparatus Harvey Lii wine Dora r Eric i loan w. A Rutledge Shannondale a a a a Loui i. Shrader new Albany Boot or shoe Simeon Turner Assignor Fonh Viilo h. J. Cole Warren barrel lifter l Euben n. Vit Slyke Haw Patch tire tip it nov ii leade Williams mount Vernon har in is de sing Francis a. Coffin in ii Anapolis writing desk and Cabinet. A the boilers of the Pryne towns of it co s. Flouring Mill frankly exploded recently. Tho Engineer and fireman were buried about ten feet beneath the ruins. The body of the former was not found until More than two hours after the expo Siou a it Oil bodies were badly l Rui de Aud scalded and death must have been inst in Vaneous. Mares Nodi athe Engineer was 40 rears old allele Al a widow and four children. Thomas Stewart was years of age and leaves a with three children. The whole South end of the Mill was completely demolished. Tho loss is estimated at ,.&Quot. Only about three years ago the boilers of the Nion flouring Mills of this City burst Killian a or. High the Engineer. A a year old son of Quot Rev. Chenoweth of Montpelier is Athi Tedin a Stanje manner. For the Pilot st fort Nieh he has seen snakes and other foul objects on his body and limbs which he throws from him with an earnestness that shows How real is the terror of his phantasm. It is pitiful to hear him plead with his parents to take Quot them awful things Quot out of the crib so he can go to sleep. He is All i it in daytime except that he is nervously on the go. He is a tine Little fellow mentally and physically and the Case is very bailing to medical men. A an old Gorman woman named salary Borgman was found dead in a Small Stream or Ripple near Larsh s Mills Wayne county. As she had been or. Lie Jil As to be of licked to crawl about for or a year it is suspected that ther was some foul play in the Case. Sue was found it Nite a distance from the House and would have had to descend a rugged Hill to get to where found while there Are other circumstances to Stren Thon the suspicion a Frank Smith a weakly Farmer Rosie in in the extreme Southeastern part of Madison c Nonty is Peculiar in Atli cited with a disease that in its symptoms resembles a Jennine cae of leprosy. I to patient is described As Beine revered with Large Black and greenish a riots and the flesh is continually rotting and dropping off in chunks exposing the l of e. A Jennie Harry an inmate of the county Asylum at Corydon came to k a Doanh in a Peculiar manner. She was of unsound mind and it was necessary to keep her in a cell. In her cell door was a Small Hole about six feet from the floor an i in some Gautier she got Herr head throw h the Liole and died of strangulation. She was about thirty years of age a a Herd of Tuelo cattle a Logiur to John of born. A Farmer Liviu North of Plainfield has been attacked with Black leg a contagious and malignant disease. One of the number has already died and others Are sick. It is feared the disease will spread to neighbouring farms. Jars. Jessie Willet a Conns married woman who resides near Gro Eufield accidentally discharged a revolver the Ball striking her in the head and causing a possibly fatal wound. A the state Board of reports in epidemic of measles All Over the state. In Crawfordsville there Are now to casts and the same number is reported from Torre haute. A in Terre haute the measles epidemic is said to have reached alarming proportions. The disease is also very prevalent at Coal Bluff and Fontanel and at Vermillion. A the abandoned Gas Well at Tho new Albany Glass works is now flowing about 5,000 Gallons of water daily. It is strongly impregnated with Salt Sulphur and Are being made to Start a distillery at Crawfordsville. I a a i

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