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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - June 2, 1892, Fort Wayne, Indiana Monroe Vilue. Ind. An Quot honest horse trader has Heen found out West a won tin. Am now we ship the live lobster to England. A cargo of lobsters would make a merry Shipwreck. Maity persons criticize in order not to seem ignorant they do not know that indulgence is a Mark of the highest culture. The compulsory education Law seems to be a piece of legislation which came into existence Independent of either political party. The crop of ornate idiots whose Only excuse for living is to poll railway passengers on the Cloice for president is somewhat backward this year. East St. Louis Barbers Are agitating for the closing of their shops sunday. They seem desirous there shall be an orderly sunday on one Side of the Bridge anyhow. New York editors Are saying As bitter things against Rudyard Kipling As he said against new York. They Are helping to advertise the Young englishman. That is what he wants. The Best record California is making in the treeless districts is in tree planting and the people Are making a business of it. There is nothing that will pay them larger dividends in solid Comfort. Emperor William has undertaken to supervise the books that the German soldiers read. The veterans May be excused for resenting this disposition to treat them like Academy bo3 s who read dime novels it is Gratifying to know that the Accident by which a Man lost his reason suddenly through using the Telephone is not at All Likely to happen again. Losing one s reason slowly through using the Telephone is bad enough. _ Abbas the new Khedive at Cairo has determined to have Only one wife. He is said to have been induced to this Wise resolve by the advice of his Mother and also by his personal recollections of Home. He is still a Young Man and remembers what was Home with a superabundance of slippers. Yien a Cabman have struck against regulations made in behalf of their victims. It is reported that an old Niagara Falls thu was imported to instruct his foreign Brethren in the ways of protected Hackman and the result has been a system of extortion the Yieu Nese could not submit to. An Indianapolis Man has invented a process for Quot aging Quot violins. He claims that in two weeks time he can impart to any Ordinary violin All the fullness and Richness of tone possessed by a Stradivarius. It he has any process by which he can take a common every Day average udder and make him 275 years old he is the Man for whom the world has Een yearning All these weary Ages. One new York paper now gives away a Chromo daily another insures every purchaser $500 indemnity in Case of Accident and a third gives a Book to every buyer of its sunday Issue. New York journalists Are Fertile of schemes for pushing their circulation and it is reasonable to believe that some Day one of them will hit on the ideas novel in new York of making the paper Worth Reading. A the arrest of the two wholesale druggists in Philadelphia last week for Selling adulterated laudanum is the beginning of an organized crusade on the part of the Pennsylvania state pharmaceutical society against the Sale of impure drugs. The evidence against the two firms was apparently sufficient to warrant their being held under bail and evidence has been secured against several other dealers. Belgium to Day has eight millions of inhabitants and Only 120,000 voters. Sixty years ago the con<5titu-Tion of the Little kingdom was thought very Liberal but since that time Universal suit rage in some adjacent countries and the wind of revolution in others have so changed things that Belgium is far behind the times. The working classes insist upon a More Liberal Constitution and unless it is granted pretty soon there will be a revolution which will end the tiny state s existence As a monarchy. To get through one thing and to begin another seems to be the whole of life to some people. The element of Well doing is forgotten there is no time allotted for that. The mind concentrated on getting on or getting through the business on hand has no Opportunity for consideration reflection comparison judgment no time for proving methods or testing results. Yet without All this How poor a thing is work of any kind even the robber and the Cut Throat have their followers who Admire their address and intrepidity their stratagems of rapine and their Fidelity to the gang. The liar and Only the liar is invariably and universally despised abandoned and disowned he has no Domestic consolations which he can oppose to the censures of Mankind he can retire to no fraternity where his crimes May stand in place of Virtues but he is Given up to the hisses of the multitude without Friend and without apologist. It must be humiliating to those Money Kings to think that perhaps Only a Day or an hour stands Between them and utter poverty that they May be suddenly summoned to Aneth ers phere to begin life without single one of the Ada vantages which made them so powerful and comfortable in this life. This is a very commonplace of thought but it is Worth our attention. If men thought More seriously and sensibly on this line there would be less greed in the world and less antagonism Between the Rich and the poor. France has to Ison to congratulate herself these Stormy Days that she is a Republic and not a monarchy. A Republic is in itself a safety valve. If citizens do not like the government or any feature of it they May upset it at the polls. Anarchy is totally unwarranted in France to Day. Anarchy is the Savage violence of a More handful who refuse to recognize the principle that inhuman society there must be some governing tribunal and in a Republic it is the majority. Anarchists should not be dealt with sentimentally but according to Law and vigorously. A great Many discreditable things have been said of emperor William but the crudest Story about him that has yet come a Curfiss the water is the one which credits him with a scheme to Force his sister Margaret into a marriage with the dissolute Gambler and general scoundrel Prince William of Luxemburg. That an honorable woman should be yoked to such a profligate and unworthy creature under any circumstances would be most pitiable but that this Princess should be sacrificed to the greed and covetousness of her brother is absolutely revolting. These Royal marriages Are As a Rule mercenary but in this instance the infamy of the system is More apparent than usual. Rudyard Ivi rung has again broken Loose and this time he attacks new York. So much has the City disgusted him that he seems unable to find words in Liis crude but picturesque vocabulary sufficiently Strong for the subject. Everything about the town is bad and the More he studied it the More grotesquely bad it grew. It is bad he says in its streets in its police and in its sanitary arrangements. The management of the town he denounces As the outcome of squalid barbarism and of reckless extravagance. Some time ago this conceited cad and Over advertised upstart expressed his opinion about Chicago and new yorkers were greatly delighted thereat. Very few people in Chicago will take any pleasure in this latest airing of Kipling s views. A new York lady mrs sire by name has been giving the britishers a taste of american dash and spirit that they will not soon forget. In a companies by a male escort she started out to do London town and incidentally took in a fashionable restaurant and a swell Ball. Several sprigs of nobility not posted on the american woman s ability to take care of herself under any and All circumstances followed her Home and broke open the door which she slammed in their faces. Mrs. Sire opened Are on the crowd with a revolver and one Young lord was severely injured. In this adventure mrs. Sire did not cover herself with glory exactly for she should not have been out alone in London without an escort besides As she Only hit one of her pursuers she did no credit to the american woman s reputation with the the Patriot of heroes in Marble and Bronze. A week made memorable by tie unveiling of Many monuments Quot High water Mark Quot memorial services at Gettysburg a people of prominence present. Shafts to their memory. Time is lending its Halo As the years increase the perspective of those troublous times times when Quot troops of heroes undistinguished died Quot and we of a later generation Are arising More and More to that worship Ever the incentive to a fresh love of country which a later generation showed for Washington for Wellington for Blucher or in the dimmer past for an Arnold Winkelried. On decoration Day three monuments of Especial note were unveiled and later in the week another was dedicated on the Field of the Battle of Gettysburg. All of these unveiling this year wore made occasions of note occasions for the outpouring of a younger generation s gratitude and appreciation. At Rich a Jionda the men Olio fought under Ien. A. P. Hill revealed the Marble presentment of the Southern hero to the Public Eye. At Lenox mass., the statue of a revolutionary. Hero Gen. Paterson was unveiled and at Rochester the denizens of that entire Section of the state listened to what the orators of the Day said in Praise of the soldiers who fell in the civil War. Then came the capstone of the week s events the dedication of the Quot High water Mark Quot Monument at Gettysburg on the very spot where Hall s and Harrow s brigade attacked Longstreet s column on july 3, 1863. The Rochester Monument. The Monument at Rochester is splendidly designed and is the outcome of a movement started nearly Twenty years ago by citizens of that place. It is nearly forty three feet in height with a ground base Twenty two feet Square. Roii Diers Monument at Rochester. The base of the Monument rises about eleven feet above this and the Shaft is a magnificent piece of solid Granite about ten feet in height. At the four Corners of the base Are Bronze figures emblematic of the four departments of the services the cavalry the artillery the infantry and the Navy. These Are of heroic size. The sides of the Monument Bear appropriate Bas reliefs. The Hackley gift Macovei cd. At Muskegon mich., the soldiers Monument erected by Charles h. Hack Ley was unveiled and the entire City turned out in Honor of the event. The Monument is seventy five feet High and of Pink Rhode Island Granite. It rests on a base of several Steps the lower one thirty four feet Square. I Pon the four Corners of the Pedestal Are placed Brotze figures each seven feet six inches in height representing respectively privates in the Navy artillery infantry and cavalry service. The Shaft is surmounted by a Bronze figure of Victory holding aloft a Flag the figure fourteen feet in height. Hill Moin Zinent Richmond. At Richmond the ceremonies attending the unveiling of the Gen. A. P. Hill Monument took on the nature of a state Celebration. Col. A h. Palmer Gen. Harry Heth and other officers under Hill raised the fund for this Marble and Bronze embodiment and they took a prominent part in the services. Gen. James a. Walker of Wytheville va., was the orator of the Day and general unveiled at Richmond. Harry Heth the chief marshal. The widow and two daughters of Gen. Hill attended the unveiling. The governor and staff had seats of Honor. At the unveiling All the civic organizations of the county took part. Among the noted guests were Secretary of War Elkins and Frederick Douglass. Unveil etl at Farmington. Amid the music of two bands and a Large chorus of voices the eloquence of Active orators and the plaudits of the people the Fine soldiers Monument wag unveiled at Farmington ii., in the presence of soldiers sons of veterans and citizens from All the country around. Farmington the first town in Fulton county to respond to the Call to arms in 1861, was in 1892, the first o testify its regard for the defenders of the Union. The Monument was presented to the soldiers by mayor Brown on behalf of the citizens and was dedicated by the local grand army Post. At i Elj Slurff. Quot High water Mark Quot Monument receives its name from the old copse of i scrub Oak Trees on cemetery Ridge at Gettysburg where the Confederate High water Mark Monument at Gettys Buk army began its Retreat on that fateful july 3. It was the Quot High water Mark Quot of the Rei hellion and from the moment that Longstreet fell l ack dates the decline of the Confederate cause. The Monument association a enclosed the copse of Trees with a High Iron Fence to protect it from relic Hunters. The Monument stands on tie East Side of the copse and was erected by tie states of i Maine new Hampshire Vermont Massachusetts Island. Connecticut new York new Jersey Delaware Pennsylvania West Virgiania Ohio Michigan and Minne it Ota. Troops from All of these states fou Glit and repulsed the famous assault. An it pen Bronze Book surmount the Monument. It weighs 1,272 pounds and is by a Pyramid of Cannon balls. The left Page bears a legend describing tie assault and hat on that Ris it tells of the repulse. The who rests on a highly polished plinth and base of Maine and Massachi salts Granite with a massive water table of Gettysburg Granite. The dedication services of Colod in interest any that have yet taken place on the famous Battle Field. In memory of l i1er-Ion. To or. Gliomas Egleston is glue most of tie credit for the splendid Monument which was dedicated at Lenox in memory of Gen. Jol Iii Zaferson. He is a grandson of that revolutionary hero and together with other members of his family has a ecu Riml the erection of a fitting Monument in the heart of Lenox and near the spot Liere tie Viero once resided. The by Onzo presentment of the general stands upon a Granite Shaft on which is engraved the Story of his Monument at Lenox mass. Active life of his school Days at Yalo his work in the provincial Congress of 1774 and 1775 and of his Juick response to the Call to arms after the Battle of Lexington. It tells that he crossed the Delaware with Washington narrowly escaping death at Saratoga and was prominent in the Council of Monmouth in 1778.______ settling a Flowers by Telegraph. A novel and very remarkable Industry has recently been started in new York. It is intended for the convenience of persons who have friends in other cities in Liis country or abroad to a Hom Ulicy May desire to pay polite attentions. Suppose that a lady of your acquaintance is at present in Vienna and you wish to Send her a bouquet. It is very easily managed. You drop into a certain Florist s on Broadway and pick out Flowers suitable for your Posy. Within two hours the Bou duet you have selected is delivered to the intended recipient. The Florist has an agent or correspondent in Vienna to whom he cables the order stating the number of Flowers of each kind etc., and the name of the give is written on a card and attached to the Bunch of blossoms before it is conveyed to the address indicated. It is the same with other cities in Europe and America. If your lady Low. Is in san Francisco you can Send her a Bunch of violets or a bouquet of roses by wire As it were within a few of considered and acted upon at the Nason s capital what is Seine done by the Senate and House old matters disposed of and new ones considered. _ the Senate and House. In the Senate the 25th, or. Morsan s Resolution introduced in March instructing the finance committee to examine and report upon the effect of the Silver Law of 1890 upon the Price of Silver Bullion was called up. And after a lengthy debate in which or. Sherman was the principal speaker in opposition the Striate refused by a vote of yeas 17, nays 28, to refer the resolutions to the committee on finance. In the House the sundry civil Bill was taken up. The first item being the government exhibit at the world s fair. Or. Houk. Of Ohio offered an amendment appropriate Iii to pay the expense of collecting statistics pertaining to the Industrial Advance of citizens of african descent from 1863 to 1893. This was ruled out of order. Or. Dockery offered an amendment which was adopted reducing the salary of the director general to . And that of the Secretary to s3,000. A provision was adopted that the Gates shall not be opened on sunday and another that no intoxicating liquors shall be sold upon the grounds. The 26th, a Bill extending for two years longer the act of March 2. 1889, for the correction of military records was by the Senate. By a vote of yeas 2s, nays 20, the Senate decided to take up the Stewart free Silver Bill and the measure is now on the Calendar As unfinished business. In the House the world s fair items in the sundry civil appropriation Bill were under discussion All Day. Most of the amendments were directed to the sunday closing question and the matter was finally settled by the adoption of an amendment providing for the closing of the government exhibit in sunday which leaves the larger question to be decided by the exposition management. Among the Bills passed by the Senate on the 27th was one to Rechis sift and prescribe the salaries of uni Hay postal clerks. Or. Stewart s free coinage Bill was before the Senate again and after debate it was agreed that the Bill be taken up As the unfinished business on the 31st at 2 o clock. Or. Springer appeared in the House apparently fully restored to health and moved and the House Pas de the Senate Bill to establish a Bridge across the Illinois River at Havana. 111. After three weeks debate the Houe passed the sundry civil appropriation Bill. Or. Hatch endeavoured to bring the anti option Bill to the front but the motion was Defeated by a Tii vote yeas. �08 nays. 108. The Postolu a appropriation Bill Ashen taken up. J he Senate was not in session the 28th, having adjourned Over till tie list. In the House the legislative appropriation Bill was reported by or. Forney Aud appropriately referred. The Post office appropriation Bill was then taken up. And after debate the House adjourn red till the ii St. Or. Durborow from tie world s fair committee in the House. a re of Luton authorizing the president to make proclamation relative to tie Observance of the 400th anniversary of the discovery of America on the Diamond. Following is a showing of the standing of each of the teams of the different associations National . Following is a showing of the standing of each of the teams of the different associations National . W. L. W. L. Boston 26 ,1 .74 Louisville. .16 18 .471 Chicago .21 13 a sinew York. .16 18 .471 Brookl Joti. .20 13 fit it a. I h Iladel p 19 .4.=i7 Cincinnati. .21 15 .r.83 a a a shington.l3 20 .304 Cleveland. Lib in. .rvij,.St. Fjouis----12 24 Pittsburg. .20 17 .5-11 Baltimore. 8 20 .23c league. W. L. W. L. Toilet. 2 2 2 yet r. 13 .458 Peoria. .&Quot.17 8 Fiso Quincy. 8 13 .381 Lockford. .13 8 of .ij.tacksonvillc. C 20 .231 e vans Ville .12 13 Terre haute. 5 17 .227 Western association. W. L. W. L. A. Columbus. .24 8 .75� omaha.11 13 .45. Milwaukee. .17 a .654 ii Neap Lis. 9 14 .391 Toledo. A 11 .5f.u it. Wayne. 8 15 .348 Kansas fity.l3 12 .020 Indian p l s. 4 15 2 a Wisconsin Michigan Lenore. W. L. \0c.\ w. L. Menominee. 1 0 lsh.-Nee----1 2 oslikoah.1 0 Marinette. 0 1 Marquette. 2 1 Tiv Green Jav. 0 1 a 9c. .33? a Wisconsin Michigan Lenore. W. L. \0c.\ w. L. Menominee. 1 0 lsh.-Nee----1 2 oslikoah.1 0 Marinette. 0 1 Marquette. 2 1 Tiv Green Jav. 0 1 a 9c. .33? Gill men and women. A doers does not make a woman but often Bre Alvs a Man. Achy Are blushes Lilio girls because they become onion. Yor can easily fill the Public eyes if you can Only have the it Hist. A Man is As old As lie feels but not always As big not by a Lap. The Best time to keep away from some people is when you Are in trouble. A Bachelor is a Man who never has to answer questions he does not want to answer. Were in wigs and dying who ulcers never deceives anybody but the people who do it. Don t make father a bugbear to the children by threats of what he ii do when he comes Home. Put two doors Side by Side and the Small boy will be sure to go through the one that squeaks. Quot a bore Quot says a witty cynic Quot is the Man who talks of himself when i want to talk of in society it is never Quot Good it is Quot Good morning Quot up to 6 o clock and after g it is Quot Good a miss is As Good As a mile. This is probably Why a Man does t feel the distance when he s got a Nice girl with him. A and Quot Beauty Quot Are synonymous in arabic. An Arab widow generally mourns her husband with the cry of Quot of my Camel Quot whatever accounts a Man May have to Settle with the recording Angel he cannot to held responsible for what is said in his obituary. The shoemaking business in California is controlled almost entirely by chinese. Fully 10,000 chinese Are employ de in such labor. The Man in the choir May have More drawing Power than the Man in the pulpit but the Tenor of the talk of the latter is More edifying than the talk of the Tenor. Rivers you think of that Story that a pug nose can be straightened out by lying on one s face when in bed Quot Banks Quot i think it s a lie on the face of

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