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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - March 8, 2012, Fort Wayne, Indiana A he moist Neville wide world. A Catalogne of the week s important occurrences concisely. by electric wire trom every Quarter of the civilized Yery latest by Telete Raph. Still a striking. Special dispatches from Uitos along the line of the Chicago but Lugton and Quincy Railroad under Date of March a report the situation of the strike As Fol Loans at Chico a of the Sili Inthou of the Chi. Cao birr Lugton and a Iuey strike remains Prift tii Billy the same. The offi Duls of the company profess Complete Salis function. As to the Bunte of uti airs und declare that the Are the Justers of the situation. On the other hand Thi brotherhood jubilantly maintain that the Situ Tiou As viewed from a disinterested standpoint is decidedly in their Favori and that the statements Given out by the company Are grossly exaggerated. The same number of passenger trains Are running to Davis on yesterday and reports from various Points along the City tracks show that a considerable amount of freight is by inc moved. It is reported to Init that live Pitts a urge. Fort Wayne and Chicago and three grand trunk Crews live refused to haul Chicago liar Lugton and Juicy cars and the men quit their engines it is said though this is denied by the strikers. At Streator Illinois a train of loaded Coal was Side tracked because of Coal belonging to the Chicago and Quincy company. Engineers on the company s tracks refused to haul the train. The engineers claim that Between forty and engines have been badly injured by the handling of new men. At Galesburg 111., Bat four of the Burlington passenger trains Are now arriving and leaving. Freight for Chicago Burlington and a Piney Points is being received and numerous freight trains Are being rom. Conductor William Butterfield who is now running a passenger train was assaulted by three strikers in Quincy la st Nice lit but succeeded in disco fiting them after a Bard fight. At Aurora 111., Ali airs Here Are substantially the same As for a few Days past and the 3 strikers evince no disposition to a weaken still expressing the belief that the company must i a mutually give in. Meantime passenger trains Are again running with the exception of a couple of through trains. the Way freights were run yesterday with one or two through freights and two or three trains of Coal arrived from Streator. A heavy Force of special policemen and a squad of Pinkerton men Are still on duty upon the company s grounds but so far As Auroia is concerned the regular police Force has been entirely capable of preserving Good order and preventing any unlawful demonstration. At st. Louis there is practically no change in the Burlington strike Here. Two passenger and two freight trains left for the North yesterday from the East st. Louis depot and to wins ran to and from st. Peters and Keokuk on this Side of the River. Officials state that the service improves daily. At Mendota 111., Twenty of the Burlington men who left their engine last week in e Here. They have their Headquarters in a hotel 0pi 0site the depot and make sallies when the engines pull in to bring persuasion on the engineers. J hey were successful in one Case to Day and in cd sequence a train on the Mendota Clinton and i Ulton Branch which should have left at 7 o clock is her to nil a it. At Nebraska City it a at 1 o Cloi a today a i Reight train on a cite st. I toe and Otin cil la i it to i l rim by n new i Engineer was Doit a Ilid six Miles Southwest of Nebraska City by a to Bein r placed across the Trade. Before the it asset or which was following could be lag edit ran into tie rear of the freight wrecking a number of f in and the ent inc. A number of persons Are Reni sorted injured Mona which were the in Tinoi r and to ionian of the passenger train but none fall la. Two men wore a tested on sons icon. At Minneapolis assistant sup Rin Encl ent Harris of the Civica to Burl in it on and Northwestern i Milroad received notice this evening that the in of his Road would go out to Morrow morning at 10 o clock. Harris does not know what new phase of the did a Mculty caused this move. Current events. explosion. A special from a Richmond ind., says that a fearful explosion of dynamite occurred on the farm of David Hampton president of the dynamite company blowing his horse Wagon and dog into atoms. The largest piece found was the Bead of the horse a Long distance from the Point of the explosion. The concussion made a Hole in the ground fifteen feel deep and Twenty five feet in circumference. Mrs. Jack Chamness a Quarter of a mile away was to piously injured and nearly every window in the Village of Williamsburg was broken and the Shock was Felt a Richmond and other towns. It was mistaken at Euton for an earthquake. Six tons of dynamite exploded. Minor Tel Ograin. W. F. A. one of the men convicted of connection with the tally Sheet forgeries at Indianapolis has been sent to the Northern prison at Michigan City to serve one year. Coy the other Man convicted is quite at the jail and will not be sent to prison till his health improves. Thomas swagger a Farmer residing at Negley Columbiana county o., was caught by a Large tree he was Felling near Bis Home and inst Antly crashed to death almost every Bone in Bis body being Bro . Jay and Kussell Sage will not the tried for their alleged larceny of the $3,000,000 Worth of Denver Pacific Hau Road Bonds the grand jury having refused to find any indictment against them. Oscak f. Beckwith was hanged at Hudson n. Y., for the murder of Simon Vandercook his partner in a Gold mining scheme in Columbia county Jan. 10, 1882. Beckwith had been tried twice sentenced six times had his Case reviewed before Twenty different judges the last Effort in his behalf being a fruitless Appeal to the governor for clemency. A Boston dispatch announces the death of a. Bronson Alcott the founder of the Concord school of philosophy. He had a Shock of paralysis several years ago and be had been feeble Ever since. This with old age had told especially seriously upon his strength. He had been at the Point of death for several weeks. The new furniture factory of Portier Stymus amp co. And the adjoining Cigar factory of Powell ave Nigman amp Smith in forty second Street. New York have been destroyed by fire. The losses Are nearly $1,000&Quot,000. In. Mgt yen was granted a permanent injunction at new York restraining Henry George and his followers from incorporating the anti poverty society. At Bangor me., the jury brought in a verdict of murder in the second degree against David stain and Oliver Cromwell for causing the death of cashier Barron found dying in the vaults of the Dexter Bank ten years ago. West. The Alan Istee Salt and lumber company of Manistee Mich., has made an assignment. The liabilities Are figured at the assets Are placed at $l,2g to it ,.ll. Chicago Milwaukee and Detroit Banks and various firms Are interested. There seems to be no reason Why the company should not pay its indebted Nesb in full. the United states court at Chicago on thursday judge Gresham denied the a plication of Coy and Bernhammer of Indianapolis for release on a writ of Hareas Corpus. This compels them to remain in confinement pending a bearing by the United states supreme court. A by Cirioni struck Newton kan., Friday evening. The North Wing of the Carriage works was a roofed and William j. Lucov in attempting to run from the building was caught by the falling roof and instantly killed. A Cluster of nine dwellings in the soul beast part of the Crity was struck by the storm and seven of them totally destroyed. Mrs. Smith and miss Hobbell were caught in the wreck of one of these hoites and were seriously injured while the latter was struck on the head Ancl is still unconscious. Reports from the adjoining country say that several houses were destroyed. These were the serious casualties. The loss is estimated at $50,000. guileless Farmers in Indiana have been talked into buying lightning rods that a protect their buildings a2aiust . The fool killer has never visited their neighbourhood. Flames destroyed the five Story Candy factory of Wernecke amp bros., nos. Iol and 353 East water Street Milwaukee and gutted the upper floors of Bernhard Goldsmith amp co s carpet House. The Lossius will aggregate $275,000. The heaviest loss Falls on Goldsmith it co., who carried a Stock estimated at $150,000. Wilma or b. Tascott the Chicago murderer has been seen at Winnipeg Manitoba and Chicago detectives Are on Lis Trail. A is Rockino Accident in which five men wore instantly killed occurred in the Cleveland mine at Ishpeming Mich. The men were engaged in blasting out an old Diamond Drill Hole at the Bottom of a Shaft. 1 hey heated a piece of one and a half Inch As upe to straighten it in the Blacksmith Tihoni barged it with Dan finite and inserted it in the Drill Hole. From the heat of the pipe or some other cause the charge prematurely exploded killing five South. A train on the st. Louis Arkansas and Texas a Railroad was looted by three bold at Kingsland ark., pm thursday Hist. Bob Luw the Engineer of the train describes the robbery As follows Quot i had just i it my the air Bra Kos for Licu a follow Cai Iio Era ii i Over the tend or Towie Dixie. In thu i Stuht had his revolver Rebh Iii Wigt inst the Side of my head. He kaid i Lill out Nizick tied i did it you bet. Alter ave had run about a Milo and a half lie Toul to to Bluit Bor la. And As Hoon As to a topped two other Fellows Slio Wod up from behind the tender us a ordered Juo and my fireman to Coli you that a Fscott my fireman crawled Down but i told them that i would t leave my Misc Bike. In about a second there were six revolvers pointed at me and i concluded it was too warm in my Engino and was to i got Down too. Then they told us to uncouple the mull and exp Obs cur in m the rest of the train Lutwin pretended not to be Able to do it Uncial messenger Tom Calvin refused to open up they Comus eced shooting in Lively Slape. Then they got a can of cil from the omit Ine and a lot of waste t in feel it against the oar door and set fire to it. Calvin began to beg then and told them if they would Nagroo not to Hurt him he would open up. They told him to Como ahead and he throw o in the door and jumped it Louii to the a Riund. The robbers then helped Thom eel up. I Don t believe they i of a great Deal As about nine tenths of the Money hidden by the messenger. It was the was govt thing done i Ever saw. We blood Liere Lor about forty Hui yaites and not a single Man showed up out of the cars except a Nigger who stood on the platform and cursed the robbers the time they were at Vork. They just laughed at him thou tih and went right on Quot Fok the third time in three years the wife of James Mcelmore living at Texar Kana Texas has Given birth to triplets. Are alive and doing Well. Though married but three years mrs. Mcelmore is the Mother of nine healthy children. In the United states District court at Louisville judge Barr remanded the West Virginia prisoners the hat Fields to the charge of the Pike county by authorities. This is a Victory for the state of Kentucky. An Appeal to the United states circuit court from District judge Barr s opinion was taken by Hon. Eustace Gibson attorney for the state of West Virginia. An affray Between mexican army soldiers and sheriff s deputies at Eagle pass Texas resulted in one death and several severe injuries. It is feared Eer Ioas trouble will grow out of the affair. Washington. The Bill introduced in the Senate by or. Farwell to reorganize the signal corps provides that Only such officers shall be retained As Are found fully competent for their duties. The number of officers will be reduced from Twenty one to fourteen. Stich reductions have been made in the Force As to result in a net annual saving of $120,000. Dirino february their wag a net decrease of $11,043,783 in the circulation and a net increase of $9,033,743 in the Money and Bullion in the Treasury. The decrease in the circulation was principally in Gold certificates and United states notes and the increase in the Treasury Cash was principally in Standard Silver dollars and United states notes. The sub committee of the House committee on Commerce to which was referred the Glover Bill to Vest in the interstate commission jurisdiction Over interstate Telegraph lines has made a report to the full committee recommending the establishment of a new commission to have authority to regulate the telegraphs. The Senate committee on Public buildings and grounds has had under consideration for some time and has finally agreed to report favourably a Bill introduced Early in the session by or. Paddock of Nebraska providing for the erection of a Posto Fitce building in every City and town where the population brings to the government a Revenue of it ,0tj0 a year. An appropriation of $2,000,000 from the surplus revenues of the Post office department and 000.000 from the Public Treasury is made by the Bill. Tlepke tentative sprincer in behalf of the majority of the committee on territories says a Washington special has prepared a report recommending the passage of what is known As the Quot omnibus Quot Bill to enable the people of a Dakota Montana Washington territory and new Mexico to form state governments and to be admitted into the Union on an Equality with the other states. The report after explaining the provisions of the Bill among which it says is a clause allowing the people to decide by vote on propositions to change the names of their respective territories gives a statement of the population and resources of each of the proposed states. Dakota the report says is fully prepared for admission and if the population should become so great in the future As to make a single state government unwieldy. Congress May provide for its division into two states. Davinci agreed upon a Bill for the reduction of the Tariff the democrats of the House committee on ways and mean a will next give some attention to the reduction of int Emil Revenue taxation says a Washington dispatch. They have already decided to remove the tax on tobacco except As to cigars and cigarettes and to abolish tobacco licenses. In this Way the Revenue will be Cut Down about $25,0 10,000. They will not touch the tax on spirits. The president sent the Senate the following nominations John Lee Logan of new York to be associate Justice of the supreme court of Idaho chaises c. Jones of Nebraska to be Legister of the land office at Neligh. Neb. The Rev. John f. Dolphin of Minnesota to be Post chaplain and George f. Hollis of Massachusetts to be United states Consul at Cape . I the Experiment of allowing women to vote at municipal elections is in a fair Way to be tried in Iowa the lower House having passed such a Bill. The protracted election contest Between messes. Post and Worthington in the tenth Illinois District has been decided unanimously in favor of or. Post the lie publican sitting member by the House committee on elections. A i me Telegram says that Quot Gen. Neal Dow the prohibition c candidate for mayor of Portland was Defeated in the election on tues Luy by j. Chapman the be publican Nomine Dow was endorsed by the Democrat. The contest was a very hot one but there avas Little doubt Ollie result after the voting began. Chapman s majority was a Quot Iii. In two Wanis i alone the Lle publicans gained boo votes Over last year t he i Mohibi zionists attribute their defeat to the Liberal use of Money by the lie publicans Char intr that i?j,0 0 was contributed to the Campaign fund from Boston and Portsmouth alone the lax manner in which the lie publicans have enforced the prohibition Law would it a was thought assist toward a prohibition Victory and the reverse was not expected by that party."la30il Quot the Burlington strike from appearances is As far As Ever from termination Quot says a Chicago Telegram of monday. Quot eight Hundred engineers and firemen Are now working for the Road. Passenger Tratch is running regularly and a few freight trains have been moved lie ports from Brook Field mo., Are at hand to the effect that a sticker has been shot by a guard. The strikers Are hopeful. The brotherhood Are contemplating a general strike involving Many a Cable dispatch from Paris says Quot the physicians now take a gloomy View of the Crown Prince s Case owing to the depression Extin cited by him. It is reported that the sleeping car company Bas been ordered to prepare a train to convey the Crown Prince from san Kemo to a dispatch from London says Quot the Village of Valtorta in the North of Italy has been half buried by an Avalanche. Many houses were wrecked and their occupants buried in the ruins. Troops from Bergamo have arrived to Aid in Disi terring the buried. Twenty three corpses hard been recovered. Several persons have been extricated alive though More or less sex president Bevy 8 bad son in Law m. Wilson has at last come to grief. His complicity in the Sale of legion of Honor decorations was whitewashed by the French chamber s investigation out of respect for the then president of the Bewab Lic but in a court of Justice he fared no better than any common Scal Awag. He is to be imprisoned two years pay a Fine of 3,000 francs and be deprived of his civil rights for five years. A Cable dispatch from Berlin Saab Quot Prince William has left Karlsruhe where he went to attend the funeral of Prince Louis of Baden for san Bemo. The emperor has commanded or. Bergmann to remain at san Kemo until Prince William arrives. the doctors have been forbidden to give information to reporters. The newspapers complain bitterly of this restriction. Holding that it will give Rise to exaggerated reports which will disturb the Public mind More than the truth or. Dingle a Dublin new dealer a been sentenced to three months imprisonment under the crimes act. A dispatch from san remo says that Quot persons who have seen the Crown Prince say that he looks Many years older than he did when he left Berlin. His Beard is White and he has become very thin weighing now hardly 154 pounds. His handwriting however is As firm and Clear As Ever. He has written his will and a political testament for his son. Prince William. Or. Bergmann has asked or. Lauer to prepare emperor William for the a Cable dispatch from san demo says that Quot or. Waldeyer the great Berlin cancer specialist has concluded his report which was forwarded to the Kaiser sunday. Or. Waldeyer is convinced the disease is cancer of the Larynx of the most malignant Type and is incurable. the doctors even Mackenzie now reluctantly agree with him. As to the time Likely to elapse before death there is still some difference of opinion but it is believed that unless some unexpected development of malignant character intervene it is a question of weeks. It will be a Miracle if the patient live a year. Quot Ovakim was attacked by a Large Force of rebels on the 3d of March says a dispatch from Cairo Egypt. After four hours fighting the rebels retired leaving several Hundred killed and wounded on the Field. On the British Side col. Tap and five egyptians were killed and fourteen wounded. The British gunboats do Phin and albacore assisted the Garrison and poured a deadly fire on the retreating rebels. General. J. P. Donald sox amp co., ship Chandlers Detroit. Gustav Ranger co., Cotton merchants of new York and Galveston liabilities $150,000. John a. Dushane Job co., paper dealers Baltimore liabilities. $200,000 assets $100,0ut. Church amp Graves Sash doors and blinds Minneapolis liabilities i75,000 assets $ .0, k 0. The French Schooner Fleur de la Mer foundered off the Island of Cayenne and sixty passengers were drowned. from Lleva Des Caneles Mexico say Quot this place and Picacho ranch were attacked by a party of Nineteen or Twenty men from Escandor commanded by Braulio Cervantes. At both places Quot bloody contests took place. At Lleva the first Alcalde Juan Sanchez and his daughter were killed also Mau Egildo Kuiz Epigmenio Rodriguez and c. Munoz. At Picacho they killed president Julio Ajuana and his son Pablo Bustamonte Auald Oman Medardo and loj Fez and Nemecio Juarez. Of the Atta it King party Porfirio Zapata was killed. The loss on the part of Lleva was nine men and one girl killed and a number of persons were wounded. Gen. Stela at once ordered troops from various Cju arters to pursue the bandits. Two of them Nicolas and Fern Indi rogue were captured at Jar mauve and at Hermanns ranch near Las Presas. Francisco Sanchez was Cay inured by a Scruad of the thirteenth cavalry under Cornet Market reports. New York. Cattles 4 0 it >0 to Iii it i. y 7.�oj Vui 2 surin��9 a .91 no. 1 ked cd Vic .1 Corn a no. in til oats�?white.4ii t i Poukh no Meas. 14. Quot to �15.25 Chicado. Waitl a Dionico to i Rinio steers &Quot>.25 "j.75 in o 1 4-.0 a a it 5.00 common to l air. 3.7 it of Ciruelos. .5.00 i Quot Quot a a us. I7 5 v i .5 Kod. A hic of Kkt to 2>0 Quot i i Aoi Oats no. 2rsl o Hakl Kyd to. 27s Quot Cho co croamoryi/i�7 Fine Dairy-�1 it full Cro Iii Hall Jai .2 i Reali. .17 is potatoes Choice per i 7 Pink Mesa. I ?.50 Tokuo. A what Ansha Quot at. .80 Cash a n. A i riekljh.b5 Kansas City. Cattle. 4.25 to .-,.00 hug it. 4.75i 5.50 whatno.2784 .79 Corn no. 242�., .4 oatsmay.30 a a .31 Detroit. Cattle. 4.03 amp 5.2-. Hons. 4.50 Kii 5.50 Shukr. 4.50 �.50 i Ikata no. 2 ked.64 a i .h5 count no. 2 yellow51 .52 Oats no. 2 white35 Mii a Ukko. Wheat�?cash76 <0 .77 coun a no. A.47 i 3 .48>4 oath no. 2 whit�33,4, i tyke no. 1.58 ><5 53 baulk a no. 2.75 4 Quot .76 Pokky mess. 13.50 a 23 st. Louis. Wheat no. 2 ked.81 # .82 conn�?mixed.46 s .4� .30 rye.59 i .61 baulk so so .90 pork a mesh. ��u.50 Buffalo. Cattle. 3.7.5 a a 4.50 hogs. 5 00 �6 5.00 Sheri. 5.00 of con a no. 2 yellow.57 .57.4 East Liberty. Cattle Frame. 4.75 5.23 fair. 4,00 i 4.75 common. H.75 h 4.25 hogs. 5.25 cd i 6.00 a help. 5.50 c.�5 6,25la.ubb 5,00 amp 6.75indiana state news. A much interest is entered at present of mrs. Hooker a Well known lady of Elk Hart who has appeared before the pension Board and made formal claim to a pension based on the fact that she was an enlisted Soldier of the late War served three years and was twice wounded. At the breaking out of the War or. Hooker was appointed first lieutenant and his wife Zacconi pained him to the front. She was enabled to do this by a Clever piece of strategy. A Young Man who bore some resemblance to her wat induced to submit himself to the necessary examination and when an Opportunity presented itself the Young woman properly uniformed exchanged places with him. Her enlistment took place in Ohio and Hei assumed name was Brown. With her husband she has lived Here several years and is familiarly known As Quot colonel Quot Hooker. The outcome of her claim is looked Forward to with much curiosity. A the soldiers Monument commission met at Indianapolis recently and formally contracted with Bruno Chinitz the Berlin architect for the erection of the Monument. The Structure is to Cost $-2 to stand will be erected in the spot now occupied by the Morton statue in the Center of Circle Park the statue to occupy a site just South of the Monument. Schmit is to receive a no for furnishing plans and specifications and superintending the work. He is now putting the design in a a Ater colors and it will then be copyrighted and cuts and photographs will be sold for the Benet it of the fund. A patents have been issued to Indiana inventors As follows Louis Adam it. Terre haute balanced slide valve Henry Ader simmer get valve Frank Brough Indianapolis handle attachment Charlos g. C Oun Elkhart incl instrument Levi p. Cordiea Westfield slate Pencil Holder William a. Frashour Carbau i. Fence Leymond Piton Terre haute stove for born Iii Light fuel George a. Hode Eaje door closer la Ali h stuck Isab copy Reg tester Al Vin a. Vandorsten South Bend car Cental Indiana poultry has elected the following Oil ices president Justus Clapp of Wayne it county vice president Williim Kinsley record ing Secretary k h Lornson Corres Jionda ing Secretary c. B. Crige treasurer John i. Kos ii i Nion county Tom Mittee George Kinsley William Kinsley w. Elliot .1. K. Bowers and Quot a Quot. E. Goodrich . S. L. discovery of Gold in in it at a depth of i i i fett in Cooley s Gas , at Hartford Cit is Cau Siufu creat exr ii eminent in that Eity. Quot i he precious ii Iet in to the naked Eye in the specie Lens in exhibition. It has been Jiro cd to it a a Che genuine article by old minors Quot nil to Gold Hunters. I Leonle Are la Ock incr from parts of the country attracted by tie discovery. --1"he wheat throughout Southern Indiana has the appearance of being damaged considerably. The heavy ice and severe i Reec during the month of january was quite severe on the late wheat especially. If the remainder of the season shall be favourable the crop May to a fair one. But certainly the j ro3i act at Thiis time is any thin but flattering. The Little son and Duma her of Lames Huston who resides near Kitwood Miami county while playing about Tho House got hold of a bottle of Belladonna which had been carelessly left on a window Sill and drank therefrom sufficient quantities to throw them into violent Silas or. The boy aged 1, died soon thereafter but the Little girl will recover. A Lesse w. Cumberland is a Justice of the peace at Crit Alfordsville vial is the largest Man ii Montgomery county. Recently he was d upon to i of to i a Lowse for the purpose of usury ii a couple. When be arrived at tin House he could not get through the front Gate and lie h us to go around and Pas Thron. To Igon . Jol a Sorn aved was walk ing across the thir tenth str it a Rossini of the Vaidi Iliili at i end ii Amite when a w est find _ or Ortun i an Over her Killin a her ins Iulla. She had the neuralgia and had her Fae Bun led no in a thick . 1 his Prevette i her from Heurin the apr orig hit Ilc train. A hide cares hair in the ii Lianopolis Tully Sheet against t of and i a Jan Jammer denied the Tho writ of Hareas Corpus >r.iye,l for. Anil in stained the it Murrer of the United Statos authorities at Indianapolis. The defendants must go to prison peeling an Appeal to the United states supreme . Thomas i Ray of the t University of Glasgow Scotland widely known in this country for his contributions to science in electricity and Seis Molo a has been appointed to the chair of dynamic engineering in the pose polytechnic Institute of Terre haute and has signified his acceptance of the the same. A from Tho reports that have so far come in from the Southern part of the state touching the condition of the fruit buds it is noted that the Prospect for pears peaches and cherries is very promising and if no Accident happens from now on there will be an immense yield a at fort Wayne a verdict of ,500 was awarded Louis Bagle for damages received while in the employ of Keller both contractors. By Gle was struck by a falling Brick Duricr the construction of st. Mary s Church. He sued for v. A the Board of thu yes f 1 e s a Diers orphans Home at Kinith stud. U i of appointed w. H. Lester of Indianapolis Steward in place of w. C. David resigned. A the Post office at Columbia City was entered by burglars who secure 1 a 3. In Stamps $70 in Cash and valuable letters

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