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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - January 5, 2012, Fort Wayne, Indiana Monroeville ind. The news record. Current events. A summary of the eve Tom happenings of a week As reported by Telegraph. Politimi. Commercial and Industrial sews fires accidents crimes suicides Etc., Etc. Latest Tele bams. Hatbob Hewitt of new Yort City has a ent a letter to the governor in which he Aratea that neither that City nor slate nor any portion of the United states is free from the dangers of a spread of the contagious diseases under the present quarantine regulations in that port. The Opin Ion of the mayor is based on a report of the Board of health of that City. To recommends that the governor submit the matter 1� the legislature for action in improving arrangements of quarantine. At Lima o., As c. P. Collins fireman of an engine on the Chicago and Atlantic Railroad was Sijder his engine cleaning the fire Box the Engineer not knowing he was there started the engine and Cut cd Liing a body in two. The deceased leaves a wife and four children in Huntington Indiana. The sixty eighth general Assembly of Ohio convened monday. The House organized by electing e. L. Lampson speaker David Lanning clerk and the balance of the Republican caucus nominees. Thirteen members of the rep Bli can Senate caucus made nominations for officers on saturday night selecting a c. Richardson of Hamilton county president pro tern., and t. J. Layes of Lawrence clerk. The other Republican senators who claimed to have been ignored in the caucus combined with the democrats this morning and organized tiie sen Are by electing t. F. Davis of Washington county president pro tem. Judge Lowry of Hardin county clerk Walter f. Thomas of Delaware journal clerk s. M. 1 Lenner of Butler message clerk Belle s. Hanford of Ashland engrossing clerk miss Patti Kumler of Hamilton county enrolling clerk h. L. Korte of Muski Ngum Alec Ordog clerk n. W. Glenn of Cleveland Kerge aut at Arnis Evan eve uns of Hamilton assistant and 11. B. Crawford third assistant clerk Korte is a Democrat and was Secretary of the committee two years ago. Six it Laicans of Thev caucus nominees were the others elected. The Fessas was a resented said. A a Bra Miolis. Of v Ovid Sidn occurred Between the fast Cago express and a freight train an the York Pennsylvania and Ohio Kail a three Miles West of Meadville a. A a persons were killed outright including go engineers and Remen of both Loco motives and a passenger an thirteen others injured nine of them fatally. A Katbeh startling discover has been made at san Francisco of the weakness of the steel used in the construction of the new Cruiser Charleston. It is found that the steel deck beams Are so Brittle that they will break under pressure. As the same steel is being used in the naval vessels now building on the Atlantic coast the discovery at san Francisco suggests the probability that All the new ship will be found Ilene chive in strength. Som Clever Rascal has issued and a old 3vio0 forged tickets of admission to the Jubilee Miia to in Koine and a new set of tickets will have to be printed by the Vatican authorities. Tin Iowa registry Law has been declared unconstitutional by judge Stoneman of the Superior court at Cedar rapids. The court held that the legislature could enact no Law which would deprive a voter of his constitutional rights. The United states Consul at Odessa has unearthed customs frauds in Wool invoices shipped to this country amounting to $10,-ouu.lkk or �1.5,m Ltd it 0i. Storage warehouse property along the Brocklyn water front amounting in value to 810,001�?~,000 is about to be put into the control of a colossal Trust. Fully one half the foreign Commerce of the port of new York will be involved. Do King december the Public debt was redo oed $15,250,000. The government s receipts from All sources were $2 a �?~25,285, and its expenditures $10,400,082 leaving a net gain of nearly �19,000,000. The direct Cable has been repaid in deep water Fey the steamship Britannia. Do. Mackenzie expresses himself As pleased with that improvements in the condition of the German Crown Princess Throat. After robbing a store at Blairsville penn., the burglar sat fire to the premise a and the store building and two dwelling houses near by were destroyed. Loss $15,000. The a Green goods game Wos played in new York on a Man from Kentucky who paid $200 for a collection of counterfeit currency of the face value of �5,000. The stuff was delivered to him in a Sachel and when he opened it he found a collection of sheets of Brown paper covered by a Crisp new Bill. One of the swindlers was arrested. Destructive fires have occurred at Houma la., and Hicksville In each Case about one half the houses and buildings burned. After serving ten years in Joliet Glenn vans ont a noted horse thief was liberated. He had been Strong up three times bar the Neek for the purpose of extorting confessions from him and several of his accomplices in years past had been lynched a alright for horse stealing. He is now a White haired Man of 68, and has in All. Served thirty years in prison. Bast. Seething of a sensation was created at Albany n. Y., by the issuance of an order by gov. Hill removing from office messes. John Jay of new York City and Henry a. Richmond of Buffalo members of the state civil service Board the third member the Hon. Augustus Schoonmaker having resigned. In their Stead gov. Hill appointed Gen. Daniel e. Sickles of sew York City and James h. Manning and George h. Treadwell of Albany. The former Board was appointed bar governor Cleveland. Governor Hill took the position that the Board was simply advisory to assist the governor in improving the civil service and desiring to reconstruct the Board requested the resignations of messes. Jay and Richmond. Or. Manning is the eldest a on of the late Daniel Manning sex Secretary of the Treasury general Sickles is Well known and major Treadwell is the present commander of the grand army of the Republic of the state of new York. Copies of the following blood thirsty document were circulated on the streets of new York where the workingmen could get them a Torch and bomb Cust be applied. A fellow workmen the hour has come. The agencies of science must play a part in the struggle of the future. Yesterday it was the Slaughter of our comrades at Chicago. To Day it is the assassination of 60,000 of our Brothers on the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad system. True the sword is the weapon of circumstances but the victims perish All the same. Do not waste your forces on the scabs they Are Only the effect of the present Damnable and competitive system. Destroy by All the agencies at your command the direct representatives of the systems of the corbins the maxwells the Goulds. Let the Torch the bomb or the Bullet strike them now. Let All that they possess be Given to the Iiames hound them Day and night. The a Trike must to made the War of the . Brothers remember Chicago and your oath. A a West. The High school building at Fergus fall minn., burned. Loss $40,000 insurance $16,000. The question of dancing was sprung upon the Iowa teachers association in the form of a Resolution censuring the dancing at a reception the night before. After a Stormy debate the Resolution was withdrawn. A John s. Mamuad take governor of Missouri died of pneumonia at Jefferson City wednesday night after an illness of forty eight hours. Deceased was born in Saline county Missouri March 1-1, lbs and was there Leared until 1849, when he went to Yale College. He spent three years at Yale and old at Harvard and in 1853 he received Hon. John s. Phelps an appointment to West Point. He graduated from the military Academy in 1857 and entered the in United states army serving under general Albert Sidney Johnston until april 18ti, when he resigned and entered the Confederate service. In 1884 he was elected governor on the democratic ticket. J a recent Telegram fran Wichita kn., a ays a Charles Green a cattle dealer from a no Many a land a has arrived Here and gives some details of the capture and Lynching of the Kelly family whose horrible crimes published widely a few Days ago were As equally atrocious As anything committed by the Bender family. The Kelly family left their ranch near Oak City going South. A posse of citizens started in Pursuit and found them fifty Miles South in Texas. The old Man escaped but the son. Bill was hanged and the Mother and daughter were shot while the posse was endeavouring to capture two policemen of Evansville Indiana being off duty the other night were indulging themselves in what they called a sort of a Lark and were seen coming out of a residence at a late hour by officer Zeigler. They started to run As he hailed them and in the belief that they were burglars he fired upon them killing officer Smock. South. is suffering from a Coal famine. The railroads cannot Supply the demand and the River is falling and freezing. A number of manufactories have shut Down and much suffering is anticipated for the poor. Herking a wealthy planter living near st. Francis Ark., had for some time been jealous of the attentions paid his wife by William Matthewson and be forbade him to come to his House. This was disregarded by Matthew Sou and the other Day he called and invited mrs. Iler Rig to take a drive with him. While the woman was getting ready Herrig shot and killed Matthewson and then forced his w Ife to drive to Matthewson a House with the body. On her return she found her Home a flames and was shot and killed by her husband. Herrig then fled. Mrs. Herrig was formerly an actress in Pauline Markhams company and later was in w. H. Lytle a combination. I Wiiiiam Herrig who murdered his Young wife and her Paramour at st. Francis Ark., was pursued and overtaken near Rector Ark. When found he was asleep under a Large tree. He was informed that he must die and he made no protest. In fact he said that he was willing and ready he had done nothing he had cause to regret. His wife had been untrue to him and he had killed her Lover and this he regarded As Justice. Regarding the Shoof i g of his wife he said he could offer Noth amp a in the Way of defense. Herrig was then hanged on the very tree under which he was found sleeping. His wife a stage name was Julia Bennett. Washington. Speaker Carlisle is having no end of trouble in the work of constructing the committees says a Washington special. This is always a troublesome Job but the speaker finds greater difficulty in adjusting members this year than Ever before. A gentleman with whom the speaker has discussed this question informed me that there is no difficulty experienced with the new members. The older members cause All the annoyance and Are primarily responsible for the delay in completing the work. The older members act As if they had special rights to assignments to particular places of their own selection regardless of their fitness. Every one of Tykese a members informs the speaker of his desires in this particular and expects his wishes to be respected. Politics. Senator Quay said in a Pittsburg interview that he would vote against Lamar a confirmation. He is in favor of abolishing the tax on whisky and tobacco. Senator Sherman has written a letter to the Buckeye club of Spring tied Ohio in answer to a protest against the confirmation of l. Q. Lamar As associate Justice of the supreme court of the United states in which he says a i take the same View of the nomination of or. Lamar As is stated by your Republican Buckeye club. You May be sure i will do All i can to prevent his confirmation. I regret to say however that i fear my efforts will be unsuccessful. A the Kansas prohibition convention assembled at Topeka and elected the following delegates to the National prohibition convention to be held in Indianapolis ind., in june sex governor John r. St. John of Olathe m. V. B. Bennett of Columbus mrs. Fannie Castell president of the Kansas w. T. U. And the Rev. A. M. Richardson of Lawrence. A convention for the nomination of a state ticket was called at Topeka on june 18. A motion to include an anti monopoly Plank in the platform of the party was discussed at length but was lost. Gameral. A total of 3,534 Miles of new Railroad has been built in the Northwest during 1887, besides about 500 Miles of Road bed made ready for the Iron next year. Mexico has granted a Concession to a steamship line to ply Between new York new Orleans Vera Cruz and All mexican ports with a subsidy of $11,000 the round trip. Austin Corbin president of the Reading Railroad company has addressed a letter to employees notifying them that the corporation will not submit to dictation from knights of labor or other organizations and that places that Are left in obedience to orders of such societies will be filled by new men who will not be discharged to make room for repentant strikers. The superintendent of the Reading company refused to consult regarding the strike with a committee of the knights. Or. Lawton has been confirmed by the Senate As minister plenipotentiary from the United states to Austria and has his commission from the president in his pocket. He has yet to face the tribunal which knocked out or. Keiley. That always impecunious corporation the Panama canal company has arranged to procure funds from the credit l von Naise to carry on its work until the Issue of the new Panama Bonds. Foreign. Theras trouble in the Servian government and the ministry has resigned. The latest bulletins of the German Crown princes condition Aro favourable no development of cancerous symptoms being noted. At Newmarket county Cork five persons were sentenced to three months imprisonment each at hard labor for attending a meeting of a bup Presse it fcb ram h of the National league. An Appeal was taken in each Case. An interview with or. Gladstone is put of listed by a Paris paper in which the sex Premier described the Irish land commissioners rent reduction decree As a a tremendous decision a and said he was thunderstruck at the news. He also said that the tory Cabinet having alienated the tenants would now alienate the landlords. All the special envoys sent to congratulate Pope Leo Xiii. Upon his Jubilee have received the order of the grand Cross of the order of Pius in. Don Carlos has been heard from to the effect that he reserves his right to the fre Nch throne As the head of the Bourbon family and he counsels the loyalists to refrain from revolutions. Market reports. New York. C . Hoc4s. We Kate no. I hard. Iso. 2 15ed. Corny no. 2. Oats White. 10uk�?new Mesa. Chicago. Cattis a a Choice to Primo steers . Common to fair. Hocs a shipping grades. It re Winter wheat. A to no. 2 red Winter. C., no. 2. Oat it a no. 2. Butter a Choice Creamery. A a Ino Dairy. Knee see full Cream now. Log so fresh. 1jotatoks�?Choice, per by. 1�?Tors�?mess. Milwaukee. We Kate Cash. Cuito a no. 3. Oats no. 2 White. Ryks no. I. Pork mess. St. Louis. We Kate no. 2 red. Count mixed. Oath Cash. Pom mess. Toledo. Wheat Cash. Cohns no. 2 mixed. Oats no. 2 White. Detroit. Beef cattle. Floor. A skate no. I White cohns no. 2. Oats no. 2 White. Cincinnati. We Kate no. 2 red. Corny no. 2. Oats no. 2. Pork mess. Live hogs. Buffalo. Cattle. Hogs. Wheat no. 1 hard. Corny no. 2yellowindianapolis. Beef cattle. Hoos. Sheep. Wheat no. 2 red. Corn. Oats mixed. East Liberty cattle prime. Fair. Common. Hoax. Bra Asp. Our railways. Summary of the Bai Road construction in the United state for 1887. 55.00 amp 6.00 5.2 it amp 5.75 .96 amp .97 .92 amp .92 .64 .64 .40 amp .45 15.50 016.25 5.25 in 6.00 4.25 5.00 4.00 Vii 4.50 5.25 a i 6.00 3.75 Iff 4.21� .81 Irli a Hll .49 h .49 .30 .31�?~4 .28 .30 .20 amp .�?�4 .11 it it .12 .21 <5 .22 �?�8j amp .87 �o4.50 @15.00 .76 amp .77 .47 amp .43 .33 to .34 .03 @ .64 14.75 <415.25 3.50 5.00 3.00 .82 .52 Chicago Telegram the Railroad Gazette for this week has the following in regard to Railroad construction for 1887 it is an opinion pretty generally held that the Railroad building this year will exceed that of 1882, when 11,563 Miles were constructed. Naturally opinions differ As to whether the investment has not been More than the conditions warrant. It is however a reassuring fact that a great proportion of the new Road building of 1887 is designed and located to develop new business rather than to tight for what exists already or for retaliation. All along the Western Frontier we see the same phenomenon the old roads reaching out further and further into Young territory and it is a territory of which the contributions to Commerce have Only begun. In the Northwest for instance while it is True that the Montana Extension of the Manitoba parallels the Northern Pacific it is also True that Between the two roads lies a Belt of country from 70 to 150 Miles wide which will before Many years support a dense population. In the Southwest the Wisdom of extending lines into new Mexico and Arizona is More questionable but the lines now watching the Indian territory Are in position to take immediate advantage of the opening of that Fertile Region. Much of the far Western building has been and is in obedience to the forces which Are pushing the Center of Gravity steadily in that direction. The Missouri River for a time furnished a convenient and apparently natural stopping place but the roads which have crossed into the territory beyond can now fix Only an arbitrary terminus. Before them is always a Field of possible profit which they must occupy or their rivals will. In the Southern states the recent great activity has also been something in the nature of an invasion of new territory and Blough about by the development of new conditions but naturally the limit of profitable building there must be quickly reached. A Good showing for Trio Northwest. Is. Taul there has been an unprecedented amount of Railroad building in 1887 by All the roads in the Northwest. There is scarcely a system that has not pushed its Antenna further out into the wilderness. The Manitoba has built the most Road its total being 912 Miles and the a a a soon system comes next with 428. Of the 3,52-1 Miles of new Road enumerated below about half is in country tributary to the twin cities. Besides this there hns been about 500 Miles of Road bed prepared ready Tor the Iron next year. The list is As follows Miles. Miles. Manitoba. 9-12 Northwestern. 136 Soo Quot line. 4�?~28 Omaha. 34 Illinois Central 387 Wisconsin Central 34 321 st. Amp Duluth. 15 3>tf Fet. Louis. 10 31j Milwaukee. Elk Hom. Northern Pacific. Kansas City. Olith Shore. 306 204 total.3,534 .824 .83 .47 .-17 .31 >2ai .3214 14.25 14.75 .87 amp .87 4 of 3 .54 .34 j�5 .35 4.00 it a 4.75 4.75 amp 5.50 4.50 5.50 .87 >3� .87 4 ,54 i a .55 .37 amp .37 >4 .87$$ a .8854 .53 19 15.25 5.25 amp 5.75 4.00 4.75 6.00 a a 6.00 .90 @ .91 .59 amp .60 a a 5.00 amp 5.7s its 3.75 amp .83 .52 .32 $ @9 .33 4.75 amp 5.00 4.00 amp 4.50 3.25 amp 3.75 5.95 amp 5.t5 4.85 �9 5.0� consular reports. % some interesting facts about the Agri culture and manufacturing Indus Ries of Europe. Edmund Jussen Consul general at Vienna has transmitted to the department of state at Washington certain data gathered from the reports of the International seed and Grain convention recently held in that pity. In Austria Hungary the yield of wheat for the year 1887 is estimated at 177,000,000 bushels an increase of nearly 25 per cent Over the average yield of that country while 180,000,000 bushels is the estimated yield of Rye also a considerable increase. The crop of Oats however is hardly sufficient to cover the Home demand. In Russia Rice has yielded an average crop Barley is of excellent Quality but the crop of Oats is poor and the Prospect of potatoes not very promising. In the a scandinavian country the average amount of wheat is produced but Rye and Oats fell far below the average. The wheat crop of Italy is poor and the important demand of the country will amount to about 30,, Hiu bushels. The com crop is above the average and the country will have a surplus for Export. The wheat crops of Switzerland and Holland Are above the average while that of Northern Russia is below. The wheat crop of France is Large but a considerable Quantity of wheat must be imported to meet the Home demand As the Quantity in Stor is very limited. In great Britain and Ireland an average wheat crop is expected. The total yield is estimated at from to 10, /00,c00 quarters so that after deducting the seed s,000,01 0 to you j0, 00 quarters will be left for Home consumption and the importation from ,ot0, to 17,0uu,uu0 quarters will be required. In British India the yield of wheat for 1837 is estimated at 5,300, tons. From january 1 to june 30, ibs1, British India exported to Europe 9,070,510 Hundred weight of wheat. Consul j. Schoenhof at Tunstall England reporting on the economic conditions of Ireland treats upon the Linen hosiery and lace manufactures of that country. He finds that the earnings of the people employed in the Linen Mills of Ulster Are far below those of any class employed in the textile branches in England Mill regulations and working time being the same. The Consul reports that the Lineo Trade suffers from depression due partly to the fact that not so much 1 Nen is used owing to the cheapness of Cotton and partly also because the use of Brown Linen for ladies dress has ceased through change of fashion but principally through the great reaction following the immense expansions in the Wake of the american War and the Cotton famine consequent thereto. The Consul says that with the advantages of cheap labor and great eagerness for finding opportunities to work All Over Ireland with an intelligent population Quick to take no and learn All manipulations to which they Are st to and with the excellent Quality of the Wool which the Irish sheep produce one would expect to find quite a flourishing Industry there. 13ut there Are no More than half a dozen prosperous Mills in All Ireland employing in All but a dec thousand hands Aud a great Many Mills Are closed a for want of orders. Is Pitotto. The venerable Ben Factor of Mankind intent upon his Good works is known am we see Hui Here. His familiar a Aoe an it i form have become a Trade Mark and the Good he hat done is illustrated in the following marvelous instance Jan. 17, 1885, George c. Osgood amp co., druggists Lowell mass., wrote a emr. Lewis Dennis no. 19s Moody desires to recommend st. Jacob Oil to any afflicted with rheumatism and desires especially to say that Orrin Robins of of Grantville mass., a boy of 12 years came to his House in the summer of 1881 walking upon crutches his left leg having been Bent at the knee for Over two months and could not be Bent Back. He could not walk upon it. Or. Dennis had some st. Jacobs Oil a the House and gave it to him Tab on his knee. In six Days he had no use for Hie crutches and went Home Well without ther. And he has been Well since st. Jacobs Oil cure in july 18s7, inquiry was made of tha messes. Osgood to ascertain the condition of the Little cripple which brought the follow a ing response a a Lowell mass., july 9, 1887.�? the poor cripple on crutches Orrin Robinson cured by st. Jacobs Oil in 1881, has remained cured. The Young Man has been and is now at work every Day at manual labor. Or. George c. Osgood m. be other remedy can make the same showing. The Best and surest Renedy for cure of All disease caused by any derange sat of the liver kidneys stomach and bowels. Dyspepsia sick headache constipation bilious complaints and Halaria of All kinds yield readily to the Beneficent influence of it is pleasant to the taste tones no the it system restores and preserves health. It is purely vegetable and cannot foil to prove beneficial both to old and Yonng. A a blood purifier it is Superior to All others. Sold everywhere at a bottle. The treatment of Many thou Quot of those chronic weaknesses and ailments Peculiar to females at the hotel Ana surgical Institute Bui has afforded a vast experience in Ning and thoroughly testing reined cure of woman a Peculiar maladies or. Pierce a Mavorite res is the outgrowth or result of Thia valuable experience. Thousands t Nials received from patients and i Ripton Reat and testimony pm Iasi cans who have tested it in the of e aggravated and obstinate cases which Hau baffled their skill prove it to be the most wonderful remedy Ever devised for the Relief and cure of suffering women. It is not recommended As a a cure All a but As a most perfect specific for woman a Peculiar ailments. As a powerful invigorating tonic it imparts strength to the whole system and to the womb and its appendages a particular. For overworked worn out a run Down Quot debilitated teachers milliners dressmakers seamstresses a shop girls a housekeepers nursing mothers and feeble women generally. Or. Pierces favorite prescription is the greatest earthly Boon being in equated As an appetizing cordial and restorative tonic. A a. Soothing and strengthening Nervine a a favorite prescription a is Une sealed Ana is invaluable in allaying and sub using nervous excitability irritability exhaustion prostration hysteria spasms and other distressing nervous symptoms commonly attendant upon functional and organic disease of the womb. It induces refreshing Bleep and relieves mental anxiety and despondency. Or. Fierce favorite prescription is a legitimate Medici us carefully compounded by an experienced and skillful physician and adapted to woman s delicate organization. It is purely vegetable in its composition and perfectly harmless in its effects in any condition of the system. For morning sickness or nausea from whatever cause arising weak stomach indigestion Dys sepia and Kindred symptoms its use in Small oses will prove very beneficial. A a favorite prescription is a positive euro for the most complicated and obstinate cases of Leuco Rhea excessive flowing painful menstruation unnatural suppression pro Lapsus or falling of the womb weak Back female weakness or aut Eversion Retro version bearing Down sensations chronic congestion. Inflammation and ulceration of the womb inflammation pain and tenderness in ovaries accompanied with a internal As a regulator and promoter of functional action at that critical period of change from girlhood to womanhood a favorite prescription a is a perfectly Safe remedial agent and can produce Only Good results. It la equally efficacious and valuable in its effects when taken for those disorders and derangement incident to that later and most critical period known As a a the change of a a favorite prescription a when taken in connection with the use of or. Pierces Golden medical discovery and Small laxative doses of or. Pierces purgative pellets Little liver pills cures liver kidney and bladder their combined use also removes blood taints and abolishes cancerous and so Romulous Humours from the system. A a favorite prescription is the Only Medicine for women sold by druggists under a positive guarantee from the manufacturers that7t will give satisfaction in every Case or Money will be refunded. This guarantee has been printed on the bottle wrapper and faithfully carried out for Many years. Large bottles Wjk doses $1.00, or Alx bottles for $5.0 s for Large illustrated treatise on diseases of women 160 pages paper covered Send ten cents in Stamps. Address worlds dispensary medical association ___6flg main us Boffalo n. Ladies a provided for in Rittz confinement at or. Thayers sanitarium. 54 Walt a a re. It. Wayne Inal

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