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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - April 27, 2012, Fort Wayne, Indiana Chemo n Roe Ville wide Catalogne of the weeks important occurrences concisely. by electric wire from every Quarter of the civilized world. Toe very latest by Telegraph. Queen Victoria in Rollin. A Berlin dispatch dated april 24, says Queen Victoria arrived at Charlot Tenberg at i of clock this morning. The Empress the Crown Prince and a Crown Princess and the Prince and Princess of a Saxe Meininger received her at the depot. Prince Henry and his Sisters the princesses Victoria. Sophie and Margaret sir Edward , the British ambassador it Berlin the Duke of Rutland and the burgomaster Imd municipal Council of Berlin were also present. The greeting Between Victoria and the Royal family of Germany were warm. The Crown Prince conducted the Queen to an open Carri age drawn by four horses which she entered and with the Empress beside her was driven to the Castle. Crowds of people lined the route and cheered enthusiastically As the Carriage passed. The a North Dervon Utz rtt referring to the visit of the Queen of England says a her majesty will be welcomed by the. Whole population of Germany and above All by the inhabitants of Berlin with the veneration and sympathy so justly due one a who has for Manv years ruled a Friendly state and who is the Mother of our pm Presb. All German hearts will thankfully accept As a Token of the Queen s deep sympathy for the Fate of our reigning House the fact that she comes to the sick bed of our beloved emperor and personally shares the deep affliction and great anxiety with which we Are filled to Day. May she to enabled to Brin Quot Comfort and Hope and a when she departs from Germany to take with her the Assurance that the sympathy she has displayed will always be kept in grateful remembrance the Queen paid a visit to the emperor shortly after her arrival at the Castle. The doctors feared that the meeting would excite the emperor and probably upset him but their fears were groundless. The emperor seemed rather brighter after the interview and his temperature was Normal. The Queen and the Empress drove at 4 of clock in an open Carriage to visit Empress Augusta. The streets were crowded and the Queen and a impress were greeted with cheers. By invitation of the Empress there was a Large gathering of members of the Imperial family at the Palace at 8 of clock to meet the Queen. Among those present were the Crown Prince and Crown Princess. Queen Victoria made three visits to-tla3 to the sick room of the emperor who by the doctors advice keeps his bed which he will do for a Day or two More. He has been in excellent spirits All Dayr and had several refreshing naps. Chinor Ivlev ratios. Sex weeks ago a. Wilkin a travelling Salesman of Tiffin Ohio disappeared and no Trace of him could be found. Recently a body of a suicide was found in Central Park new York which answered the description exactly oven to a scar on the hand and in a pocket was a card bearing the name of Wilkin. Relatives of Quot Wilkin was sure it was his body and boarded a train for new York to get the remains when they wore startled by seeing Wilkin walk out of the car alive and Well. Between grief first and Joy afterwards his wife was nearly crazed. Daniel i. Otstott of Springfield Ohio has been arrested for embezzling $1,000 from his sister. His sister in brooding her loss became insane and her Mother died from grief caused by Tho songs crime. The daughter is in a pitiable condition. Handy Posey coloured was lynched at Bessemer ala., for attempting to rape a White girl 15 years o the girl s screams brought her father the Rescue and the negro fled. Lie a it. Captured soon afterwards and lynched. A placard was pinned on the body containing the following words a your wives and daughters must and shall be signed Bessemer a Best. John l. Sum la Van has issued a Challenge to fight any Man in Tho world in a sixteen foot ring London ring or Marquis of Queens Berry rules for 10,000 a Side Kilrain or Mitchell preferred. The new York Board of aldermen had a Lively session when the Resolution curtailing the mayors Power in displaying flags on the City Hall was offered for passage Over mayor Hewett s veto. By the ordinance the mayor had unlimited Power Over the flags. The Resolution passed Over his veto and gives the mayor Power unless the aldermen otherwise direct. The trouble grew out of the mayors refusal to display the Irish Flag on the City Hail st. Patrick a Day. R fit r broke out in lie Nachis restaurant on Summit Street Winona miss., and in a Short time every business Lizaso on both sides of the Street and two third of the business houses on front Street wore consumed. The total loss will probably Roach $250,000. The total insurance is about $00,000. No residences were burned. The fire is believed to have been the work of an incendiary. A committee of eleven members has been appointed in the French chamber of deputies to consider the question of revising the Constitution. Of the members four oppose a revision four desire immediate action and five favor revision but Are disposed to Sido with the Cabinet and postpone action. Advices from Wiesbaden Stato that the condition of or. Pendleton the american minister has much events. East. Suit has been brought at Bridgeport ct., by Charles a. And Anna m. Hotchkiss against other members of the family of the inventor and gun manufacturer Benjamin Hotchkiss who died in 1885, leaving an estate valued at $12,000,000, and property belonging to the defendants in that state amounting to $1,300,000 has been attached to recover plaintiffs share in this property alleged not to have been divided according to agreement. My. Bonner a horse Dexter at one time King of the turf is dead. Dexter was one of the most remarkable of the get of Rys Dykes hambletonian. His record of 2 17, made at Buffalo in 1867, was what induced or. Bonner to buy him. It has always been his pet theory to own the fastest Trot ing horses on Earth. Dexter was regarded As a King of the turf for a Long while. He was in retirement when barns sprang into existence. As soon As Raras became the acknowledged a a King a he became the stable companion to Edward Everett at Tarry town. Or. Bonner still clings to his Hobby being the owner of Mand s. Or. Bonner paid $33,000 for Dexter. It was through the performances of this famous horse that attention was strongly attracted to a hambletonian and was the direct Means of bringing this great foal getter into prominence. Dexter has been in retirement for two decades and has been used As a roadster by or. Bonner up to within a recent period. During the last five years lie has lived a life of ease and luxury in a splendid Box stall in or. Bonner a private stable. Dexter was to years old. Death was caused by old age and exhaustion. Through the neglect and malpractice of a so called Faith cure doctress in Medford. Mass., mrs. Lottie a. James and her new born infant died. The doctress in the Caso was the Mother of the dead woman and As the husband was absent from Home neither physician midwife nor nurse was called in. The care and treatment indispensable in childbirth were neglected and prayer relied upon exclusively. Throckmorton a Chandler who have been conducting a bucket shop in Philadelphia and who formerly were in business in Chicago Are missing together with $10,000 or $12.00 1 of their employers Money. The crime of enticing Young Emigrant girls from Castle Garden to houses of ill repute in new York is still going on. Jacob Goldstein has been charged with this offence. A Bull dog bit four persons in Baxter Street. New York before he was shot causing a panic. N. P. B. Wells treasurer of Tho Seneca fails n. A savings Bank a defaulter for from $2,000 to $12,000, has been . The eve. Or. Israel w. Andrews sex president of the Marietta College Marietta Ohio and a teacher there since 1h a is dead. At Nebraska City neb., Joseph m. Brown an Engineer who had taken the place of one of the strikers was attacked and fatally clubbed by three unknown men. The failure of Moses Fraley was a sensational event in st. Louis. Fraley had been a persistent a a bears in wheat and Corn for the past two months and the recent Quick Rise of about s cents in wheat and g cents in com found him on the wrong Side of the Market to the extent several millions of bushels. A number of senator Stanford a racehorses were burned in a fire at his stables amp Palo Alto cal., says a san Francisco special. Among them were Clifton Bell lie Ford 2 24emma Ito son troubadour Lowell and Howard. Norlaine who has the fastest trotting record for a yearling in the world is not yet dead but it is impossible for her to live. Two or three others will probably die. The loss will reach at least $200,000. Norlaine last fall heat All the records Ever made by a yearling by trotting a mile in 2 31a the refusal of the Adams express company to believe in the innocence of its messenger David s. Fotheringham after he had been exonerated by Wittrock of any complicity in the express robbery has been costly to the a company. Fotheringham was held in custody and under espionage for several weeks after the robbery but no evidence connecting him with the crime was developed. He sued the company for damages and after a two weeks trial the jury gave him a verdict of $20,000. A st. Louis to. It Telegram says that As five Section men were passing the Ger Lings White Sand company a works in a hand car on the st. Louis Kansas City and Colorado Road near Labadie mo., a blast exploded blowing an immense Rock upon the hand car. All of the men were fatally Hurt. Their names Are Harry Mccow an Foreman Thomas Bemmer Smith Dougherty Clark Patton de Shepherd. Jack Mollar the half Breed who murdered Tony Thompson in Garfield county Colorado was shot by vigilantes. By a flood in the Wofe River Here at Embarrass wis., an entire family named la Throp comprising father Mother and three children were drowned. They lived in a Small shanty near the Bank of the Stream and the floods swept the building and occupants Down the Stream. The eau Claire Sash and door company at eau Claire wis., was burned involving a loss of $100,000. The Large roller Mills a Waterloo Iowa caught fire and $50,000 Worth of property went up in smoke. At Delphi ind., a building valued at $35,000 was destroyed by fire. The Owens liquor Law is now being enforced in Cleveland Ohio and sundays Are the driest Days of the season. A child named. Susie Clark attempted to climb through the spokes of a Wagon wheel at Mason City Iowa and was crushed to death by the sudden starting of the horses attached to the vehicle. John a. Rice proprietor of the tre Mont House in Chicago and a widely known hotel Man is dead. The Luner brewery of Clinton Iowa has won its Appeal to the District court against the condemnation of $2,000 Worth of Beer seized by the sheriff on a search recently the court ordering the Beer returned. It also ordered a permanent injunction against the brewery. George c. Eine Kek a Farmer and merchant of Saratoga kan., was brutally beaten by Robert Hubbard Saratoga a City marshal and died soon afterwards. Half a bottle of aconite was found in his trunk and it is not known whether it is a Case of murder or . A horrible Case of shooting and hanging is reported from Gallatin Tenn. Isaac Kirkpatrick and wife puss Kirkpatrick both coloured were taken from their Cabin about five Miles from Gallatin by a band. The woman was hanged and the Man shot through the brain. J. S. Hamilton on trial at Brandon miss., on the charge of having murdered Roderick Dhu Gambrell at Jackson miss., last fall has been acquitted. The latest phase of the War of extermination being waged against horse thieves in the Southwest is embraced in the following Telegram from Wichita Kansas sheriff Dudley Reynolds of Boyd county. Texas relates a most startling and thrilling incident of Border life in that country the depredations of the horse thieves he said in southwestern Kansas were such As to cause All the Good citizens thereto band themselves together for the Purpero of exterminating them. One Man was hanged by them at Ashland and two at Tyrone. The main body of thieves was pursued and at last found in Northern Texas. They wore All asleep on Tho ground when discovered and at onco taking warning from the sentinels fled followed by vigilantes. About 5 of Cloi a in the evening Tho thieves were again overtaken. The fight was kept up during most of the nut it. Two of the regulators and two of the thieves were killed and it is thought three of Tho latter made their escape. The three captured alive Tver disposed of As follows Hank Windom and Curley Bill were shot and scar face Tho Leader was dragged to death. Tho vigilantes left for Ali or Homes in Kansas. A Eire at Winona miss., originating in a restaurant caused a loss of $250,000. A Texas court has decided that traffic associations or railway pools Are contrary to the Law of that state and has granted an order restraining the Texas traffic association from doing business. An Appeal has been taken to the state supreme . A new Orleans associated press Telegram says of the election in Louisiana this City gave Tho democratic state ticket about ,000 majority. A vory return from the parishes showy increased democratic and reduced Republican majorities. In some of the parishes the Republican vote was so Small As to indicate that 110 contest whatever was made. Nicholls majority in this state it now appears will not be less than 0 >,uu0. Tho democratic vote in the tata it is estimated will be from 112,000 to 115,000, which is about 35,000 votes greater than was polled by the democratic 2>arty at the last state election. Cleveland delegates to the new York democratic state convention were elected in All the wards of Buffalo without opposition. Georgia s Republican delegates to the Chicago convention Are for Blaine. The Ohio Republican state convention at Dayton was presided Over temporarily by sex speaker Keifer who yielded to the Hon. E. L. Lampson As permanent chairman. The following state ticket was nominated for Secretary of state Daniel j. Ryan for supreme court judge j. P. Bradbury for member of Board of Public works a. S. Jones. Gov. Foraker sex gov. Foster and con Gressm a Mckinley a and Lutterworth were nominated delegates at Larfize to the National Republican convention. The resolutions were read by sex gov. Foster chairman of the committee on resolutions. The platform denounces the democrats for a suppressing votes in the South and nullifying the War amendments of the Constitution declares it the duty of Congress to pass a comprehensive pension Bill condemns the democrats in Congress for not passing the direct tax Bill and declares in favor of such economic legislation As will protect All american industries that can be profitably pursued by american citizens. John Sherman was endorsed for president in the following Resolution the republicans of Ohio recognize the Merit services and abilities of the statesmen who have been mentioned for the Republican nomination for tiie presidency and Loyal to any one who May he selected present John Shorman to the country As eminently qualified and fitted for the duties of a hat exalted office and the delegates to the Republican National convention this Day selected Are directed to use All Honor Able Means to secure his nomination As president of the United states. An Indianapolis dispatch says that a conventions were held in each congressional District in Indiana on thursday for the selection of delegates to the National Republican convention. The result was a sweeping Victory for Gen. Harrison. The tenth District delegates were Given no instructions but they Are Harrison men. The conventions were almost unanimously in favor of the nomination of the Hon. A. G. Porter for . Pittsburg Telegram a the Edgar Thomson steel works have reopened and every department has fired up. An Effort of the knights of labor however was made to prevent a full resumption of work. Pinkerton men Are distributed All through the works and superintendent Jones claims to have done As much As he expected to Day. The knights thus far have avoided violence but have met the men and prevented Many from going to work. Most of the men Are . When Boulanger made his first appearance in the French chamber of deputies he was cheered by an immense crowd which had assembled outside the chamber. Nevertheless a vote of Confidence in the government demanded by Premier Flo Quet was passed by a vote of 379 to 177, together with the expression that the government will by its Energy secure respect for Republican institutions the Triumph of i t its policy of Progress and Reform and the Liberty desired by the country. Cotton prospects in Egypt Are very flattering. A largely increased area has been planted and with fairly favourable conditions a big crop is anticipated. Owing to the proclamation of general Marin in Cuba declaring certain provinces in a state of siege the greatest excitement prevails. It is said that the general wants it to appear that a revolt is impending but the liberals whose newspapers have been suppressed enter a denial. Marin states that his action is due to the increase of brigand age arson kidnapping and other crimes. While on a train near Wiesbaden Germany or. Pendleton the american minister was stricken with apoplexy. He is said to be paralysed in one Side but is in no immediate danger. Advices from China give details of a series of earthquakes in the province of Yunnan extending Over a month by which Over four thousand people were either killed or wounded and nine tenths of the houses wholly or partly demolished. The votes in the French chamber of deputies Are considered by Paris journals As contradictory. Confidence was expressed in the government and an immediate revision of the Constitution asked. A committee of eleven members has been appointed in the French chamber of deputies to consider the question of revising the Constitution. Of the members four oppose a revision four desire immediate action and five Tavor revision but Are disposed to Side with the Cabinet and postpone action. Emperor William left a Fortune of 24,000,000 Marks. Of this sum 3,000,000 Marks is bequeathed to Empress Augusta and 1,000,000 each to the grand Duchess of Baden the Crown Prince and Crown Princess and Prince Henry. Prince Henry also receives an estate which was purchased for him for the sum of 1,000,000 Marks by the late emperor. A clause which was inserted in the will in the emperors sixtieth year gives to emperor Frederick 375,000 Marks and to the grand Duchess of Baden 250,000 Marks. The Crown Treasury receives 12,000,000 Marks anti the remainder is absorbed in various bequests. A Carle dispatch from Rome says a the Vatican has issued a decree condemning Bov coating and the plan of Campaign. The decree distinguishes the National movement from those revolutionary Means. It condemns Only the a party of students in the latin Quarter of Paris burned general Boulanger in effigy. It is reported that the troops of the Sultan of Morocco have attacked the Northwest african company a depot at Cape Juby. The manager of the depot was killed and several wounded. In consequence of the attack the British gunboat Falcon sailed for Cape Juby. The revolt of the peasants at Bucharest has been suppressed. Great quantities of Grain have been distributed among the starving . In reply to a letter from prominent ladies who Are interested in the promotion of the plan to present a statue of general Washington to the French Republic and asking his endorsement Aud attendance at a Benefit performance toward that object Tho president has written the following letter mrs. Nathan Appleton new York my Deau Madam a i Nave received your letter of the 13th inst. Setting Forth the purpose of yourself and Tho distinguished ladies associated with you to Ruiyao funds for Tho presentation of a statue of George Washington to the French Republic. I need hardly say to you that this project has my Hearty commendation. It is but a fitting return for Tho friendliness heretofore manifested toward us by Tho French people and it seems to me this Effort of the ladies of America should be seconded by every patriotic citizen. The generous Oiler of or. Steele Mackaye to give representations of his play a Paul Kauvar a for the Benefit of this cause will give an Opportunity for those who desire to Aid your undertaking to Combine pleasure with patriotic duty. Mrs. Cleveland will with much pleasure attend with me the representation to be give in this City on the �?�28th inst., Aud we both desire to express the utmost interest in the Success of the plan which Vou and your associates have in charge. Sincerely yours a Kokk . Chicago. Catt a a Choice to prime steer s5.00 �75 6.50 Good. 4.25 1 in 4.75 cows and heifers. �?~2. So to j.5o hons shipping Ira sub. Fi.00 Sukki. 5.50 o 7.00 wheat no. 2 bed. .84 a .85m con a no. 2. A i .55oats no. 2. Babley no 2. .77 is .80 Bette by Choice Creamery. .�?~23 ,25 Fine Dairy. .2-2 �?�<0 .24 cd beef. A full Cream Flat. .11 is0 la i Boris fresh. .1-2 it .13 potatoes Choice per by. .88 m .9 14.00 ict14.2i Milwaukee. Wheat can. ,78�?T a <5 .79 cohns no. 3. .52a .53 is Oats no. �?~2 White. .31 .35 Xvi a no. 3.3-2 a ,g3 Baulky no. �?~2.&Quot. .72 <0? .73 la Iii a mess. 14.00 lit 14.50 Toledo. It .88 2 .87 cons Cash. .56 Oats no. -2 White. .31 s .3, ski i it. 4.00 via 4.10 st. . We Kate no. �?~2 lion. �?�8�� <3 .86 cohns mixed. .51 Fiu .52 Oats Cash. .32 .33 i .02 t v .63 .80 .08 14.23 �14.75 new Youk. . 4.50 @ 5.50 g. Go to 7 25 8.00 we Kate no. 2 Hod. .94 �2 a .06>i amp .68 oath White. 4�?~2 if .46 15.00 Ltd 15.50 do Koit. 4.00 �9 5.25 5.00 5.50 Sukup. 4.00 6.00 we Kate no. 1 White. .815 a is .88 Cohn a no. �?~2 yellow. .57 Ltd .58 Oats no. 2 White. .37% .38 Nolana Fol is. 4 5.25 4.50 4.50 amp 6.00 4.50 amp 6.00 5.00 6.23 Buffalo. 4.50 amp 5.25 5.00 it u 5.75 sheep. 6.00 �5 7.00 we Kate no. 1 hard. .95v� count no. 2 yellow. .61, 9<0 .62 East Liberty. 5.00 @ 5.2� 4.25 air 4.75 3.75 it 4.25 5.23 amp 6.00 6.005.00 4 7.00 a a a a a a Indiana news. Attempt to blow up a residence. At Richmond an attempt was made to blow up the residence of Urs. Jessie Craig. Mrs. Hewitt and her four children were also inmates. Mrs. Hewitt was seated in a common wooden chair near a table mrs. Craig was by the stove and three of the children were in bed when a sudden loud report Shook the building Aud the floor under mrs. Hewitt surged upward. Mrs. Craig was pitched Forward to the floor and rendered Semi unconscious. The chair on which mrs. Hewitt sat was split to pieces and she was knocked senseless. The bed on which the children slept was wrecked though the children escaped unhurt. Mrs. Hewitt was Hurt about the Side and arms and mrs. Craig slightly bruised. A dynamite Cartridge had been exploded in the cellar. _ minor state news. A an agent of the Chicago Board of Trade was in Indianapolis recently and at the office of the state Board of agric Alture reported that the wheat crop this year would be a failure. He said it would not be More than one third of a yield As far As he could judge in travelling through Ohio. Kentucky and Indiana. He says the Fields Are being rep Lowed and planted with Corn. Ris views Are regarded As somewhat extravagant but there can be no doubt of the wheat being in a poor condition in the Center of the state. In the Northern and Southern counties it is reported Good and the percentage promised is 7 1, but in the Central countries it will not be More than 50. Clover is a failure and so Are Oats it is reported but observers say that Corn will to excellent. The season is ten Days behind. A about eleven years a"0 Charley Kirsh Ner came to Richmond from Germany and married Christine Meyer. Last Winter he died leaving several children and $2,000 insurance which Walt paid to her and she has put it in a House but a letter was received recently from a woman in Germany who says he deserted her and six children there fifteen years a Quot of. A wheat in Cass Howard Fulton and Carroll counties has been so badly Winter killed that Many Fields have been slowed up and Farmers report that what May be Eft cannot yield one third of a crop. A at port Quot Wayne the Standard Oil company sustained a loss of to by the burning of the big storage depot from which the Market in Northern Indiana was supplied. A spark from a Wabash locomotive started the Maze in the barn and the flames spread at once Over Oil soaked ground to stacks of barrels and then to six Bic tanks containing 12, Lanen of Oil and half As much gasoline. The tanks burst8catterin�i fragments to a of eat distance to the great terror of of spectators. The fire burned t or ten hours and Tho fire departments efforts were powerless to Check it. A the Public school building at Plainfield recently destroyed by tire will be rebuilt. A Dennis Duffy was killed on the Michigan Central Railroad at Hammond. Red Chamberlain is a prominent Young Man living at Reynolds North of Delphi and miss Ida Wittenberg is a Bright Young lady of is living at the same place. Chamberlain has unsuccessfully courted miss Wittenberg. The other evening when she returned from singing school Chamberlain assaulted her and after an unsuccessful attempt to overpower her shot her tha Ball entering her Mouth. She lies in a critical condition. Chamberlain has been captured. There is great excitement Over this dastardly assault the Young lady being a member of one of the most prominent families. A James Stewart a resident of Wabash was driving along Falls Avenue in a Spring Wagon when his horse was frightened at seeing a boy walking on stilts. The animal ran away across Tho Charley reel Bridge throwing or. Stewart out of the vehicle at the Entrance to Falls cemetery. He was picked up unconscious and carried Home. One of his legs was broken at the hip joint and he was badly cat about the head besides internal injuries which it is believed will terminate fatally. Or. Stewart is 72 years old one of Tho Early pioneers of the Wabash Valley and has an extensive acquaintance. Mrs. Philo Lynch of Crawford county is the Mother of seven children All under two years of age. Eighteen months ago she gave birth to triplets and a few Days ago she gave birth to two boys and two girls. The Mother and children Are doing Well but the father has not fully recovered from the Shock. A Jacob Shaffer aged 8, accidentally shot and instantly killed Jacob Hudlow aged 11 years at Walton ten Nilos East of Logansport. Shaffer a father borrowed a target gun with which to shoot rats Ong shatter was showing the gun to his playmate and did not know it was loaded. The Ball penetrated the Region of the heart. A Charles Pfeiffer has been convicted at Wabash for the murder of w. G. Morse and Given ten years imprisonment. Under pretence of scrubbing out their saloons Saloon keepers of Indianapolis attempted to evade sunday closing. Six Wero arrested. A at Bloomington a father attacked his 18-year-old daughter because she would not give him her wages. He was under the influence of liquor. Stephen Dennie a Bridge Carpenter in the employ of the Lake Erie and Western railway fell from a Bridge Over the Wabash River and was drowned. Dennie swam some distance but the current was Strong and he Sank. His Home is believed to be at Fremont o. The body was not recovered. A Otto Stiger was killed by the cars at fort Wayne

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