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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - February 4, 1892, Fort Wayne, Indiana M Ivio in Ito a a Ville mix a in fresh facts All relating to people and things in the world. A Steamer Varten with it or chinese Good Down wreck at Elm re Ohio slip by the guard a careless father a chilian claim terrible explosion _ saw it sink. Terrible tale of a sea Captain. By the Steamer China which has arrived at san Francisco from the Orient news of the loss of a chinese Steamer was brought. The Steamer is supposed to be the Nam Chow. There were Over 400 chinese on Board besides six europeans. All hands perished except Twenty nine chinamen. The Steamer Sank in sight of China merchant Steamer Menefee the Captain of which reports Quot on the 8th Day of january a. M. Sighted the Steamer at a distance of six Miles. She was apparently at Anchor and was Hying signals of distress. On sighting her we set course direct for her to Render assistance if possible. At 8 o clock to our astonishment we could not see her but saw something Black a Little on the starboard Bow which was taken to be a Steamer going Down. At All events we saw no More of her. I steered for that position As near As i dare feeling that Quot we might strike her masts or Hull. I had the chief officer aloft but neither of us could see anything More of the vessel nor boats or wreckage later particulars Are meagre but the indications Are that the boat went Down and Only Twenty nine of the ship s Crew and passengers were saved. They put to sea in a life boat and were rescued. Terrible jux Ploskon. A terrific explosion took place in j. Rumel amp co s hat factory Newark n. A two plumbers and an api it Rentice were at work repairing an alcoholic condenser and it is supposed that the a lumbers Torch ignited the from some leak. The explosion resulted in immediate spread of lib Mes and the 150 employees escaped by jumping from windows. After the lire department had controlled the flames a search was made for bodies. Oscar enrich Boss plumber years old was found charred almost beyond recognition. He leaves a widow and live children. Another body was found likewise burned to a Crisp which is supposed to to that of the other plumber 28 years old. The apprentice was Albert Anderson 19 years old residing at Waverly. Not a of him can be discovered. The the building amounts to 310,000. Other employees were severely in a but not seriously. A chilian claim the first claim of indemnity against the chilian government for assault against the Baltimore s sailors has been filed at the state department by Vav. W. Keer of Philadelphia for the heirs of William Riggin who was killed by the Valparaiso mob on oct. 16. The petition which i is addressed to the Secretary of state is signed by John i. Riggin Mary Zimmerman and Ella Matthews brother and Sisters of Riggin. They claim that they Are entitled to demand and receive from the Republic of Chili reasonable compensation and invoke the Aid of the government of the Quot United states to secure it. Mexican . San Antonia Texas special Federal authorities or the Border have forwarded to Gen. Stanley a list of names of revolutionists on this Side of the Border. These names embrace those of eighty murderers who had committed crimes in Mexico and taken Refuge on this Side of the Border. Tie Section in which a the occurred recently is a hot bed of revolutionists and the United St Sites troops on the Boi Der have orders to March to the locality and scatter . Now supposed to tix be a Rel if i at lips. A a a at Cotch a Jil Oili an Loutfy Jug suburb of \ioutrea1-i i 6tral Frozen Deri Amite cartridgeij.whic3>fta-d been placed on the stove to into i Tex in a did completely wrecking t ,uso.� a. Dupre was terribly in Elf an his two Little daughters Werb fatally turned. A third daughter had her Skull fracture id and will probably die. Mrs. Dupre escaped injury but on seeing the injuries of her husband and children became insane and is now a raving maniac. The focal Brico. In the Ohio legislature a Resolution was adopted for an investigation As to she eligibility of Calvin s. Brice to be United states senator from Ohio. This investigation will go into the question of residence which has been discussed Ever since his election and the result will hinge upon his being proved a citizen of Ohio or of new York. Wreck at Elmore Ohio. A collision occurred on the Lake Shore Road near Elmore Ohio. The caboose of the local freight was run into by the fast freight almost completely demolishing the same. Seven cars loaded with twine caught fire and were destroyed several other cars were smashed and the track badly torn up. The Engineer and fireman were badly injured. Diplomatic relations to j3e resumed. The report in Rome that Italy is of the Point of resuming full diplomatic re lao ions with the United states is revived. It is reported that Baron fava former minister to Washington will be made ambassador to Denmark and that signer Catalini will be transferred As minister to Washington died by the Wayside of the grip. A moving settler s family without food and shelter in a blizzard. One of Thia most horrible cases of destitution and suffering on record conies from the Pottawatomie reservation o. T. Alien the lands were opened r v. Burnett and family consisting of his wife and three children and his brother went into the Pottawatomie Keser Tatiom from the Chickasaw country having come there from Southern Missouri. They secured a claim but being poor and without sufi ancient food or shelter they suffered much. Finally they determined to go to some town and started in a Wagon but being overtaken by the recent blizzard took Refuge in an old shed. Here they were taken with la Grippe and Lay without covering or fire for several Days when passers by discovered them. The father was dead. The Mother and children were taken to a farm House and everything possible done for them but the Mother died in a few Days. The two older children Whoso limbs and vitals were Frozen soon followed. The baby whom the Mother held to her breast and had wrapped in her own clothes still lives but suffers terrible torture. The brother who was a grown Man. Was not so badly Frozen and will live but his reason is gone. Many other cases of suffering and destitution Are reported from the new lands. A Lustad seeds. Miss Marguerite Palmer Cut a Dali on Thoin for two years. Miss Marguerite Palmer was found guilty at Topeka kan., of obtaining Money under false pretences. For two years miss Palmer has been the observed of All observers. She boarded at the leading hotel gave theater parties and swell dinners which were the talk of the town. She wore diamonds galore and her entire appearance was striking. She announced that she had discovered a new species of silk worm and that she was sole agent for the eggs. The Kansas climate was just the thing to bring about the Best results. The country newspapers devoted columns to Hor and the entire state was exercised. F. L. Mcclelland a retired merchant was smitten by her charms and offered to give her All the Money necessary. Lie was the silent member of the firm and the business grew until nearly every town in the state had sub agencies. The purchasers of eggs finally conic Binod that they would nuthatch and Mcclelland who had been Putty nil More Money in miss Palmer s hands finally grew suspicions. He had a chemist examine the eggs and the testimony showed that they were nothing but English Mustard seed. The extent of the swindling is not known but will run Way up into the thousands. Ono firm in Wichita purchased s2,000 Worth of seed and another in Salina 51,000. Fair inks meet. Annual of the National Alliance of Curt in Chicago. The annual meeting of the National Farmers Alliance opened in Chicago the other Day. Among the delegates present were Iowa. Will n. Sargent j. H. Sanders. T. D. Wilcox j. E. Jones w. H. Pope w. E. Bell Elwood Furniss Frank a Alt Sou o. G. Darfur p. H. Donlan e. A. B oth w. B. Seaman. M. T. Whiting Nebraska James Claro n. D. Allemand Geo. Abbott . Donohue Frank Roth Allan . A. Allen n. O. Alberts e. Whittaker d. Collins Charles Nownes h. Dahlsten s. P. Groat n. Dutcher w. I. Hunstock Edward Arnold William Collingham t. A. Taylor b. B. Snodgrass Ohio George e. Lawrence r. B. Mccammon Joshua Crawford Pennsylvania. G. D. Brown. Brock Way g. W. Moore Minnesota j. Furlong j. B. Furrow g. W. Wilson Indiana William Urneck Illinois e. Bronson a. Langdon j. H. Devoe s. A. Converse. Are lower. R. G. Dun amp co s weekly review of Trade says. A a it is undeniable that there exists a considerable feeling of disappointment. More business but at lower prices seems to be the Rule. That the volume of Trade is gradually increasing even in branches which have been dullest there seems to be no doubt. But in an unusual number of cases increased sales appear to be the result of some yielding in prices so that the average decline in prices of All commodities during the past week has been More than half of 1 per cent. The Money markets throw Ighut the country Are unusually Well supplied but in part because the demand is ont moderate. Collections Are generally in proving or decidedly Good. The course it foreign Trade makes the absence of Gold imports somewhat military said to ruin Halifax society. Rev. Henry f. Adams pastor of the first Baptist Church made a speech at a Temperance meeting in Halifax n. S., the other night which set the whole City astir. He declared that the army and Navy were a curse to Halifax and did More to injure the social life of the City than any other element. He denounced the British officers As parasites who enjoyed the hospitality of citizens and then laughed at them. Nearly died at his sister s grave. At Wilkes Barre pa., William Benninger hearing that the body of his sister was to be taken from Ashley cemetery kept Vigil behind a tree in the graveyard for two Days armed with a Slio gun. He became unconscious from the cold but the Sexton of the graveyard rescued him before he was Frozen to death. The grave so fully watched was subsequently found desecrated. Yellow fever on Hoard. The British Steamer Marcla from Santos is detained in quarantine for fumigation having lost Hor Captain Thomas b. Mot calf of Shields third Engineer John Anderson chief mate Andrew Smith and fireman Alexander Mcdonald from yellow fever. Quot Jack the Slasher Quot declared insane. The new York jury in the Case of Henry Dowd who has earned the title of a the Slasher Quot returned a verdict of Quot not guilty Quot on the ground of insanity at the Quot time of the commission of the judge Fitzgerald committed Dowd to the state insane Asylum. _ begged and quoted Bible. Detective Darker arrested Luke Kennedy for begging in new York. Kennedy approached people asking them for Money and shouted out Bible verses on Charity. When he was arrested he he Knelt Down and to show the stars and stripes. Big decrease in estimates of North Dakota s Federal supreme court decides adversely to Thayer Virginia train robber caught. Train Wiecker run Down. The Richmond amp Danville officials have succeeded in securing the arrest of a Man who is by his confession the Leader of the gang of train wreckers who derailed the passenger train on the Western railway of North Carolina in september last. In this disaster Twenty lives wore lost and a Large amount of jewelry and Money was stolen. The Railroad company determined to find the miscreants and offered 810,000 for the arrest of the wreckers. Boyd is governor. Decision by the supreme court in the celebrated Thayer Case. The United states supreme court has rendered its decision in the Nebraska governorship Case in favor of or. Boyd. The decision of the court settles a Long controversy Over the right to the seat which the supreme court has Given to governor Boyd. It overrules the decision of the supreme court of Nebraska holding that or. Boyd was not a citizen of the United staler and that governor Thayer whom he was elected to succeed was entitled to hold Over until a successor had been duly elected. The main question in the Case on which the decision hinged was whether or. Boyd became a citizen of the United states without taking out naturalization paper.-, his father a British subject never having become fully naturalized although he had declared his intention to take out the necessary papers. The elder Boyd came to this country from Ireland when his son the plaintiff in the Case was a Mere child. They settled in Ohio and the father gave notice of his intention to become a citizen. He failed however to become naturalized. The son went to Nebraska when it was a territory and was one of the Foremost of the pioneers who developed it he Huld several Public offices fought in the late War and was a member of the convention that framed the state s Coli Sti tuition after it was admitted into the sister Lwood of states. No one questioned or. Boyd s right to vote and to Oxer Cise All the other Privily is of citizen a ship and it was not until after he Lead served for Stone Ticino As a Vernor of the state that the question concerning citizen so Bijj raised. A Long controversy ensued Asti whether Boyd or the former governor Thayer was entitled to the scat. In reviewing gov. Boyd s career in whih tiie l Ubelio offices lie held Are detailed tie court says that the fact that he voted and for a Long time held Public offices is sufficient to establish his right to . Tie enabling act of allowing the territory of Neh Rastia to prepare itself for admission As a state recognized As citizens those persons of foreign birth in the territory who had declared their intentions. _ wanted the stars and stripes. Connecticut citizens by the inso Len to of a British sea Captain. Bridgeport conn., was thrown into a state of great excitement the other Day. The big Thiee master Schooner Glendon capt. Trowbridge of St. John n. A. Came slowly up the Harbor flying the English Jack. The stars and stripes were not visible. This is in direct violation of the United states Laws and Bridgeport s citizens were not slow in noticing it. They gathered along the docks to the number of several thousand. The vessel was to land near the fourth regiment armory but in arriving there the Captain found a big mob and son a fifty members of company b. There were cries Down with the Flag Quot Quot Riddle it wit i bullets i Quot Captain Trowbridge was told to take Down the Flag or leave the Harbor he dropped Anchor in the Middle of the Stream and. Still refusing to lower the Flag was arrested. North Dakota s Crol. Experts put it at a More conservative figure. Col. Charles a. Morion one of the leading Grain dealers in North Dakota takes exception to the crop statistics of 1891 furnished by the state commissioner of agriculture ii. T. Hilgesen. The latter holds that the average yield to the acre in this state was Twenty three bushels or Over the former says it is not Over eighteen. A conservative estimate of the crop would make the latter Liger much nearer the truth so that the total yield instead of being �4,000,000 bushels is nearer ,50,000,000. There was an enormous crop and the truth is Good enough and the conservative estimate a ill do the Farmer More Good than the Boom estimate. The Cincinnati Price current gives North Dakota a crop of about 40,000,000 bushels. Sustain the strikers. Finding of the arbitrators in tie Indian Aplis Street car trouble. The Board of arbitrators which was chosen to Settle the difference which caused the Street car tie up at Indianapolis has rendered a decision conceded to be a Victory for the strikers. Tie Board finds the company could withdraw pass badges but that it could not do so under the contract of employment without providing other compensation for extra labor required of the men. The unqualified recall of these badges precipitated the strike. The Eider ashore. The steamship Eider of the North German Lloyd steamship company Captain Heinecke went ashore on the Therfield rocks nine Miles West of Ventnor Isle of Wight and her passengers and Crew had a narrow escape. For Many hours their lives were in peril owing to the difficulty experienced by the life saving Crew in reaching the vessel but the last Boatload was safely taken ashore. No lives were lost. Ten cars Quot wrecked and turned. A Long freight train on the. Baltimore amp Ohio Railroad broke in two while going Down a Grade in Cecil county Maryland. The two sections collided and ten cars were wrecked. There were three Oil tank cars among those wrecked which took Are and set fire to the rest of the cont at i ,ab0r� is. Ocean steam Raat agents indicted by the Federal grand jury. A j. Cortis agent of the Hamburg american steamship line has been indicted by the United states grand jury at Trenton n. To four True Bills having been brought in against him. He is charged with allowing four russian jews to escape from the Steamer Normanna who had been debarred from Landing on the ground that they were contract labourers. The men Are now working in a mine in West Virginia. Peter Wright of Peter Wright amp co. Agents of the red Star steamship line has been indicted by the United states grand jury at Trenton n. J., for allowing two paupers who had been debarred to escape from the Steamer upon which they had been placed to be returned to their Homes. Pennington again bobs up. He is telling the people of Washington about his air slips. Pennington the Airship Crank is in Washington telling the people that a company comprising some of the wealthiest and most prominent citizens of Chicago has been organized with a paid up capital of s i0,000,000 to build his airships. Quot we Are engaged in constructing several Small ones Quot he said Quot at our works located at mount Carmel 111., and will Ere Long proceed to manufacture a ship with which to Cross the Atlantic and capable of carrying fifty passengers the last will require about a year to Complete. As soon As it is finished i will Cross the Ocean in it. In fact it is perfectly feasible to travel in it All Over the death grapple in a caboose. At Blooming Tuii 111., Harvey l. I Kippen Brock a brakeman of the Illinois Central Railroad shot John Rogers of Normal. Rogers who is baggage master at Normal got aboard a through freight going to Bloomington. Kippenbrock ordered him to alight and pulled his revolver to enforce his order. A scramble ensued and Rogers was shot in the neck. No one but Rogers and Kippenbrock was in tie caboose when the shooting occurred. Rogers has since been unconscious and will die. It is believed that the shooting was dastardly and with murderous intent. Kippenbrock is in jail. Foil in an in it uan treasure Cave. A Cave has been found under the suburb of Highland Park near Chattanooga Tenn. The finder is a Indian Olio probably Lead Pinn lers from the Chero keys whose Traditi Finis Are to the effect that treasures Are concealed hereabouts. Twenty Iive men Are at Worix blasting out tie passage Wlinich is at first very narrow i Duning into Large underground rooms. The subterranean mystery will to thoroughly investigated by Ines who believe there is Money in it. In Musgrave Given a ten year sentence. At Tiro haute ind., the jury in the Musgrave ufos insurance Swindlin Rase brought in a verdict after being out six hours. Givi Pilj him ten years in the Penitentiary and a line of soon. Dan Lanion 111. Colonel Dan Lamont is confined to his Home in new York with an aggravated attack of the grip complicated with other Achi edits and his friends Are somewhat alarmed at condition. To Puiia an olt lil follows Temple. The Odd Fellows of grand rapids mich., have had plans prepared for a fourteen Story steel and Brick Temple to Cost s3g0,-000, which they propose to erect next season. Negro Mur Lerer lynched. At Owenton ky., Lee Gibson a coloured Man Twenty years old was taken out of jail by a mob and hanged for the murder of Frank loggers. Sii Akes by dynamite. Miller ga., was shaken by a terrific explosion of dynamite. The explosion caused a fire which destroyed two stores. The los. Is about �12,000 partially insured. Four persons in Urlick to de Atli. Four Miles West of Brainerd ?tlinu., four persons wore Bui Ned to death. Geordie Cramer s House caught fire and his wife and three children were cremated. Tug and shows still missing. Nothing has yet been seen of the missing tug and Hor shows and the Fate of tug and shows still missing. Nothing has yet been seen of the missing tug and Hor shows and the Fate of the eighteen men aboard is still unknown. Lauk it quotations. Chicago. Cattle a common to prime s3.55 @ 5.75 hogs shipping grades. 3.50 amp 4.75 Spike pm fair to Choice. 3.c0 amp 5.50 wheat Iso. 2 hed. .86 amp .87 Cox a to. 2 .39 amp .40 Oats no. 2 .29 a .30 Bye no. 2. So s .81 butter a Choice Creamery. .30 @ .32 a Nekses full cart aug Flats. .12 .13 eggs fresh. .23 amp .24 potatoes car loads Peru. .30 amp .40 Indianapolis cattle shipping. 3.25 @ 5.00 boost Choice Light. 3.5 in 4.75 Stiep common to prime. 3.00 m 5.25 wheat no. 2 red. .90 of ohm Coli no no. 1 White. Oats no. 2 White. St. Louis. Cattle. 3.50 @ 4.50 3.50 4.75 wheat no. 2 red. .8. @ .91 con a no. 2 .37 a it .38 . 2 .29 amp .31 Eye no. 2. .82 amp .84 Cincinnati. 3 5u @ 4.75 hons. 3.00 3�o 4.75 Sheet it. 3.00 amp 5.25 what to no. 2 red. .93� Hijii con a no. 2 oals no. 2 mixed. .33 is .34 Detroit. Cattle. 3.00 @ 4.75 3.c0 a 4.25 amp 5.0j .92 amp .93 con a no. 2 yellow. .38hys .391 Oats no. 2 w Hite. .333 a my .34?ii Toledo. Wheat new. .92 cd .93 Conn no. 2 yellow. .39 amp .40 Oats no. 2 White. .29 is .31 .84 amp .85 Buffalo. Beef attle. 4.00 @ 5.75 3.75 amp 4.75 1.00 in 1.02 a knt no 2 .43 @ .45 Milwaukee. Wheat no. 2 Spring. .85 @ .87 cob no no. 3 a .37 amp .38 .31 amp .32 .80 @ .82 .55 @ .57 11.75 ,12.25 new York. Cattle. 3.50 �1 5.25 hogs. 3.00 @ 4.75 4.00 amp 6.10 1.03 s 1.05 .50 amp .52 Daisy mixed Western. .33 a .37 @ .32 to bks Mesa. 9.75 910.7a trom Lake to big Batch of interesting Indiana intelligence from every part of the state nothing of interest to our readers state items. William Hodges a Panhandle Fri Picht brakeman was seriously injured in the Yards at Greenfield. Edward Lindsey of Parker near Farmland was thrown from his Burro and his Skull fractured. Wilson Newby an old Farmer Livins in Clay township Hamilton county was found dead in his bed. Edward Neal of Richmond about sixty years old was found dead in his stable. Heart disease. Frankfort is to have an elegant new opera House by next Winter. The work on the new building will begin in May. The body of Granville Caywood an old Farmer was found in White River near Washington. Foul play is suspected. New Albany poker players Contz rollers and gamblers of All grades have fled to the Woods. Cause Why the grand jury is in session. Henry Peak is a Miner was killed in jumbo mine at Knightsville. To was crushed beneath falling slate. His age was about sixty five years. John Krutzel an employee of the car factory at Michigan City was badly injured by a heavy Iron wheel falling upon him. He will recover however. A unknown disease is proving Fata to the cattle around Martinsville. Or. Kennedy has lost several and says they will begin stamping while eating As if fighting . They die in a few hours. In the Muscati tuck River thursday near Seymour a Young Man named Busch from near Salem was drowned together with his team while trying to Cross the swollen Stream. The body was not recovered. . I forced open the Back window of or. W. Was Rouck s pharmacy and drug store Ai Greensburg but failed to secure anything of value. An Effort was also made to enter w. H. Morris dry goods store of the same place. By Lig Laris at Williamsport broke into e. A. Bigg s jewelry store and blew open the Safe we. Swartz who slept in the Roar room was aroused by the noise and fired at the thieves but they escaped with soul Worth of goods. Miss. Mail Tiia Joii sox the Peru widow of 40, who is suing Farmer James is Mcdouald at Logansport aged 60, for .s10,p00 in a breach of Promise suit handed the court fifty eight love a otters to prove that Mcdonald meant More than Fuu by Tho attention he paid her. The Large barn erected by Francis Mcnary a few years ago three Miles South of Yorktown together with five head of horses 900 bushels of Corn and Al the farming implements of his son in Law or. Runyan who lived on the place burned with no insurance on anything. Misses a Euvett and Daisy Nash of Bethlehem were skating on Bull Creek when the ice broke and miss Pernett wont under. After raising to the surface twice miss Nash clutched the drowning girl by the hair and maintained her head above water until rescuers came. The City Council of Crawfordsville has closed a contract with the National electric company of St Clair wis., for the necessary apparatus for an addition to the electric Light Plant in order to Supply the demand for incandescent Light in stores. The Price was �2,200, with an extra armature Worth 8400. At Terre haute the jury in the Musgrave life insurance swindling Caso brought in a verdict after being out six hours giving him ten years in the Penitentiary and a Fine of a a so for conspiracy to obtain Money under false pretences. A new trial will be asked and the Case carried to supreme court if it fused. For years Peter Rich a poor storekeeper of Hobart has mourned his father As dead. At an Early age the boy bade his father a last Farewell and sailed Westward to seek his Fortune in a new land. As the years rolled by Tho number of letters Between father Ana son grew less and less until no correspondence was carried on at All. Then came the report that the father had died leaving no property. But this was false. Peter Rich has just received a Check for 88 5,000, As his share of his father s estate. Jacob Swank who resides near Crawfordsville has just lost a very valuable cow from Over feeding. The cow averaged ten Gallons of milk per Day the year around holidays included. Twenty four pounds of butter a week was churned from the Cream and sold for 20 cents per Pound. On the Quot skim milk Quot each year he fattened ten hogs which averaged 400 pounds each. From the butter he received �249.60 and the hogs brought him almost s200. Gen. Manson offered or. Swank 8250 for the cow and paid s127 for one of her calves. Frederick Latex Stein proprietor of the Evansville Democrat German daily filed a damage suit for s20,000 against the Germania also German daily and its proprietors John g. Neu Man and Lenry Rosenthal. Lauenstein alleges that Rosenthal who was for Many years in his employ had charge of the subscription and advertising lists. The Democrat s lists were valued at Sio,-000. In july last year Rosenthal left the employ of the Democrat to connect himself with the Germania. Before leaving it is charged he made copies of the lists in question. It is also claimed that the Germania using the lists sent its papers to the Democrat s subscribers and enticed them away Lauenstein asks that the Germania be enjoined from further use of the names. The Democrat claims an additional 310,000 As damages to business. The Democrat had no opposition As a German daily until the establishment of the Germania a few weeks ago.1. A i

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