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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - March 17, 1892, Fort Wayne, Indiana Monro k Ville history of a , places and things of the world. Snell Van and Corbett matched to fight a terrible Trae ecly at Tiffin Ohio tie Eider a hopeless loss a a frightful fall _ Dis fight. Sal Livau will to hip Corbett and main James j. Corbett the California Champion heavy Woight up Filisi has shown by a positive act that he wants to tight John l. Sullivan. He has put up Money to the extent of $3,500 to bind a match for 10,000 a Side and Quot Money talks Quot All the world Over. He did it at the world office in now York and after he had done it he said he was glad that the thing was settled. The articles of agreement Are to govern a Glove contest to a finish Between John l. S�11ivci,n, Champion of the world and James j. Corbett of California. The match is to decide the heavy weight championship of the world a stake of f30,000 and a purse of i?25,000. The contest shall take place before the olympic club of new Orleans on wednesday september 7, 1892. The contest shall be under Marquis of Queensbury rules the gloves shall be the smallest the club will allow. Chicago special John l. Sullivan received this dispatch at his hotel and said Quot Well i am to fight an am it Iri can. I would rather had a crack at Mitchell or Slavin but it s not to be. I meant what i said in my ultimatum. I would prefer a foreigner but Corbett opened up his Mouth at me about As much As the englishman and i might As Well have it out with him. I will not be satisfied that he is in Earnest until he jumps into the ring with me. He has taken Only the preliminary Steps and there Are More than forty ways of creeping out of it. I will win. And win easy. This will positively be my last fight. John l. Has always kept his word. I Hare been Champion of the world ten years and cannot afford to let Corbett Best me. To has never bested a first rate cd azi act. He shoots three associates Anil then kills hit sem. At Tiffin o., Walter Snyder shot Edward Naylor. Jurt Crobaugh and Thomas Downey and killed himself. Snyder was aged about forty live years unmarried and one of the most popular men in the City had attempted the life of Edward t. Naylor and Burton w. Trobaugh both members of the firm by which he was employed and also that of Thomas w. Downey a fellow clerk. That the Man was insane does not admit of a Shadow of a doubt. He entered the store As usual and found the others already there. He made a pretence of desiring Crobaugh and Naylor to examine the contents of a Box which he had just received by express and when they were at his Side to shot them both and then turned the revolver on Downey who had entered to save the lives of the of Lions. Snyder then ran up stairs and fired the remaining Bullet in his revolver through his own heart. Crobaugh and Naylor May recover but Downey s wound is Cotis dered dust to dust. A so it unprecedented in Indiana was began at Indianapolis by j. W. My Daniels. Twenty five years ago the plaintiff established a burial ground on his farm and removed the bodies of his wife and children to it. A few years later he sold the farm to Charles Haines who he claims Only recently slowed and levelled the Graves and scattered the dust of the plaintiff s relatives All Over the farm. He wants �5,000 damages from Haines. Must rave a a Aram. Or. Bailey of Texas announces that he will insist on a quorum being present in the National House of representatives whenever any business is done. He admits that this May cause inconvenience but he says the Constitution requires the presence of a quorum to do business and he proposes to support the Constitution at All Hazzards. A let ass. It is feared that the Eider the German steamship wrecked near Alther Field. Isle of Wight is a hopeless loss. A Gale is sweeping the coast and heavy seas Are breaking Over the vessel sweeping the docks and burying the Eider at Tim is out of sight. All attempts at raising her have ceased for the present. A frightful fall. Thos. Mccue a Workman employed in finishing the new Frant Clin Trust company s building in Brooklyn n. Y., fell Down the elevator Shaft from the eleventh Story. He was taken to the a Spital a whore it is said that his injuries Are severe but not necessarily fatal. _ american players at Vienna a Amber of prominent theatrical managers met in new York recently to consider the proposition to Send a representative company of american players to Vienna next july to participate in the International exposition of musical and dramatic Art. A an honest found Janes l. Burson a Young Farmer living near it. Blanchard Ohio was arrested at a Findlay and placed in jail to await the action of the grand iur7, charged with trying to steal eighty acres of land from a relative by Means of a forged Send no Aloney to Ireland. The Irish National ledge of America proposes holding a meeting in new York in the near future to protest against the sending of Money to either Paella ment try faction in Ireland. Good by to the big old Standard Oil Combine preparing to dissolve. The Standard Oil Trust is preparing to Bow its baud in deference to the Public prejudice against the name and form of trusts and the managers have about decided that it is not advisable to carry the recent Case in the Ohio supreme court to any Federal Appeal. A meeting of the holders of the Trust certificates has been called to consider the advisability of dissolving the Trust and although the decision of that meeting is in suspense there is Little doubt that the dissolution will to ordered. For Many years there has been waged in Ohio a Legal warfare against the Standard organization. Finally an action by the attorney general of the state against the Standard Oil company of Ohio reached the Ohio supreme court quo warranty proceedings being taken to establish the illegality of the Trust agreements. On March 1 the court gave a decision preserving the charter rights of the Standard Oil company but nullifying the contracts it had made with the Standard Oil Trust. It is evident Liat the Standard people had been preparing themselves for an Adverse decision and tie Day the decision was made Public their Legal representative openly Annous cd his belief that the Trust would be abandoned. The actual business of the Standard organization is conducted by companies organized under the Laws of the different states. The aggregate capital held in tie control of the trustees is about 595,000,000. To inched a Louisiana gig Al. A mob hangs a negress Quot who poisoned a family of nine persons. Ella a Cirl employed As a waitress by w. R Helmer. Near Rayville. La. And who is charged with Caus it the Poison a of nine persons was lynched by a mob of masked men. All the members of the Lelmer family nine in number became Vij Lenity ill shortly after breakfast and showed unmistakable Sil is of poisoning. Suspicion fell on the girl who had often displayed a bad temper and being taxed with the crime she confessed it. It seems that a coloured Man who a employed around the stables of the Plantation ii ail in some manner offended the Kitchen girl and she determined upon revenge. Poison was the final suggestion which came to her mind and she put a lot of vertigo Poison in the Coffee. Her built was disc Vered and she confessed. The girl was being taken to jail when a mob overpowered her captors and hanged her. Three hunk cd lives. Disastrous explosion in a Russo is Coal mine i Arlula i Oss of life. Advices from Brussels say an Accident occurred in Tho and Erlieu Coli try near Charleroi which it is feared will result n a great let ass of life. Three Hundred a incurs were employed in the Coal pit when there was a Terrillo explosion of Firo Damp. The pit Mouth was rendered unavailable and the Fate of the imprisoned workmen is still unknown. Air Ort Are Bein ? made to Rescue any of the men Olio May have survived the explosion. Tremendous excitement prevails in the Vicinity of the pit. Men vorp in and children have assembled in an Norm. Us crowd and Are wild Avith Foar for it is thought that when an Entrance is made to the Colliery the docs of life will be appalling. Of the 300 men at work Only three have thus far arrived at Trio Mouth of the pit in safety. It is Imi moving. Business transactions Are than a year ago. R g. Dun amp co s weekly review of Trade 6ays distribution of products is unquestionably improving. Transactions Are on the whole larger than a year ago in spite of depression at the South being mucin larger at the West nor is the improvement confined to that Section though general there it is also More distinctly Felt in Eastern cities and there Are nut wanting signs that Trade at the South though still much eni Barrass a by the Low Price of Cotton is steadily gaining. With All the great industries Active with Money Al Undank in suite or Gold exports and with kept in wholesome Chc cd the Outlook would seem to be unusually Favorat e. Notwithstanding general complaints that prices Are Low and margins of profit unusually Small. Negroes shot to death. A mob of Whites Brok into the jail at Memphis tenn., and secured the negroes who were conc3rnod in the recent Shotin of the officers at the tailing Tho culprits to Tho suburbs of Tho City they were allowed to speak. As the gag was removed one said Quot if you Are going to kill us turn our faces to the scarcely had he uttered the words when Tho crack of a revolver was heard and a Ball crashed through his Cheek. This was the signal for the work. A terrible Volley was instantly poured in upon the silvering negroes who instantly fell dead in their tracks. Xeres rioters free. Tho court Mart Ai which convened at Xeres France to try the remaining prisoners captured in the raid upon the town in january last has delivered a verdict of acquittal. Upon the verdict being announced there was great rejoicing among the populace and much Surprise was expressed by the More conservative element. The prisoners were engaged in the same riot for which four of their companions had suffered death. It is said the authorities dreaded that the conv octian of the prisoners might result in a general uprising and concluded to be satisfied with the example Given by the recent executions. Destroyed the City records. At Bedford ind., one half of the South Side of the Public Square was destroyed by fire. Eleven business houses and two residences were consumed before the fire was Goti Inder control. All but two were Frame buildings. All the City records Are destroyed. _ killed the Giri and himself. At Indianapolis of car Abott a Young stenographer shot his sweetheart Oelia Bass and then himself. Both parties belong to respectable coloured families and had been engaged to be married but miss Bass wished to Brealy it. Both will die. Murder and Chicago Antonio Cribar i in a fit of Drunken and jealous rage shot and killed his wife and then shot himself and hacked his Throat in a horrible manner with a Large knife. Both died within a Fen to work of a St. Louis elevator. Sex govenor Campbell tells How Ohio democrats stand a Chicago Footpad confesses a Gen. Alger pub lilies his War be cords fires. Admits the crime. James Briscoe the Chicago coloured Man who assaulted and attempted to Rob Edwin Walker the Well known attorney and world s fair director was brought to trial before judge Clifford in the criminal court. Just before the trial began Briscoe s Confederate in the crime John Butler a White Man deserted him and went Over to the enemy. He was indicted along with the coloured Man but rather than face a jury he owned up at the last moment that he and Briscoe committed the crime and a plea of guilty was entered for him. Ohio Fok Cleveland. Buckeye democracy said to favor tie sex president s nomination. I d sooner practice Law in Ohio than be vice president Quot said sex governor James e. Campball of the Buckeye state the other morning. The vice president does not count for much nowadays Quot he continued Quot and the Vicc president in t heard of often but i Don t believe i would take to the Woods at the first note of Alaric. That might sound in Ray direction for the presidential nomination. I would t refuse it but thou just the same i am not a candidate. In one sense i m a Cleveland Man because i think Tho sentiment of Tho democrats of the country is largely for him. Tho Ohio delegation will be to a Large extent for Cleveland but it probably will not be a solid Cleveland delegation. We elect delegates by districts and of course it May be that some other candidate Gilill for example will have a few of the delegates. But Cleveland will have the great majority of fatal elevator Accident. Oliree men killed and two outliers dangerously at St. Louis. A frightful Accident by which three men wore instantly killed and two others fatally injured occurred at the boiler factory of Rohan brother in St. Louis. Frank c Onn and duty were receiving instructions from Foreman Henry Kaiser. The three men stood directly Ben Atli the immense elevator for Lioi sting heavy machinery. The elevator was at the second Story of Tho build tic and Thomas Flaherty and Michael Sweeney a Ere engaged in loading it with sleet Iron plates. The men sounded tie warning l cell s a Sii Inal Liat the was about to descend. They then started the huge machine and it had scarcely moved when the rope Rolce and it fell with a crash on the men standing beneath it crus Liing them into a shapeless mass of flesh and l Onos. Wolf drive is his . Tho Pelican rapids Minn Wolf drive was a great Success. Over a 4ook part Ai med with Spears and clubs. Shotguns and rifles were forbidden on account of the danger because of the crowd. The round up was on an open Prairie disliked to Trio Center live a Basin. Witlin Tho Circle were this to wolves hundreds of Jack rabbits and one solitary Bear which finally got away. Tie wolves continued to Dali Jirounde at intervals one receiving a fatal Trust. The Circle grew smaller and wolves uglier. At last the Slaughter was Over and seventeen evolves were killed. No attention was paid to the Jack rabbits. Took jewelry left for lie pair. Several weeks ago a jeweler opened a shop in the Village of Southport ind., and a Large number of watches and considerable jewelry were left with him for repairs. Lie postponed a return of valuables to the owners from time to time on different pretexts and left tiie town taking his entire Stock with him. He succeeded in swindling the unsuspecting people out of $1,000 Worth of valuables. A Woods and Mckenna solid. All of the Nomi Natii it is of judges of the new c Urt of apr deals and representative Mckenna s nomination to succeed judge Sawyer As judge of the ninth judicial circuit court received favourable action by the Senate judicial committee. This includes the nomination of judge Vav oods of Indiana for judge of the seventh judicial circuit court. _ suit against father Kroeger. The building loan and investment society of Chicago has begun suit to foreclose a mortgage to Sai Ify a claim of against the estate of father William Kroeger. The priest who recently ran away from Elkhart ind., leaving creditors to the amount of ?30,0 0. Kroger has not returned and this suit is designed to shut out All other creditors. Flour Mills burned. At Joplin. Mo., the Mills and elevators of the sergeant milling company were totally destroyed by fire. The Plant was the finest in the Southwest and was erected about seven be irs ago at a Cost of ?150,000, but was insured Only in the sum of ?25,000. The origin of the fire is unknown. Alger and his record. General Alger has made Public his War record. It includes a great Host of of social documents letters from army officers warmly praising Alger Aud recommending him for promotion and the report of general Custer recommending the dismissal of Alger from Tjie service. Collapse of a Benefit society. The supremo Lodge of the Ohio beneficial society of Cleveland has assigned. It attempted to pay a $15 weekly sick Benefit and Iloo yearly Benefit on a ?3 assessment. It needed As Many members As the Sands of the sea to succeed and could not get them. Liabilities Are at least $00,000. Drifted Down like a Torch. A floating Grain elevator about 100 feet High caught fire while moored on Tho North Side of the Netherlands american pier Hoboken. It drifted out into the North River and two italians murdered. At Yazoo City miss two italians j. Massiglia and his 17-year-old son were murdered. A Hatchet seems to have been the weapon added to his duties and Maclellan forged receipt a for subscriptions. At new York Henry w. Maclellan was a prisoner at the tombs court charged with forgery. Or. Maclellan was formerly editor of Demorest s monthly. Lately he became editor of modes and fabrics published by John l. Oberly. His salary was $25 a week. The editorial work was not sums client to keep him Busy so or. Oberly gave him the books of the firm from which he was to collect subscriptions. He had All credits paid to him and indo sed All checks payable to or. Oberly collected Money and opened a Bank account. He practically owned the Parer and was several thousand ahead when arrested. Defended by amazons. Two Hundred coloured women holding a Memphis Church by Force. The Central Baptist Church at Memphis tenn., the largest and finest Church building belonging to coloured people in the South is in the hands of a mob of Over two Hundred women under command of the pastor. Rev. Taylor Nightengale. They vow they will die in their tracks rather than surrender the building to a certain faction of the congregation who have been trying for a Long time to oust Nightengale. The coloured amazons Are entrenched m the Church and parsonage and bid Defiance to the combined forces of the faction and the Law. Jewelry under his plaster. Edward Harot s unique i it Iea in smuggling valuables from Europe. At new York Edward i Irot a passenger on the steamship Saale avas relieved of sundry bits of jewelry by the customs inspectors. The four Corners of a porous plaster were plastered to his Back underneath his undershirt. In the bulge were two pairs of Pearl earrings one pair of Diamond Earrin is one Diamond Bracelet and an Amber hairpin Sot with pearls. He was allowed to keep the plaster. Bad wreck on tiie big four. Conductor and Brake Nan killed in a telescoped caboose. There was a bad wreck on Tho big four Railroad Between two West bound freight trains just West of Acton ind., and about twelve Miles East of Indianapolis. The first train had come to a standstill and before Tho rear train could be stopped it crashed into the Ca coie of Tho first train. The engine of the rear train was badly wrecked and conductor Mcgill and Brake Man Myers were instantly killed. Will adopt smokeless powder. The govern of has determined upon Tho manufacture of smokeless powder for use in Bot i Small arms and ordnance and Cap Tam Pitman has been detailed to take charge of Trio Laboratory at the Franklin Arsenal for the f Makin necessary experiments. He will Analyse various smokeless powders to determine which is the Best and when he succeeds in producing a powder that in his opinion will meet the requirements samples of it will be forwarded to Sandy Hook to be tried there in heavy guns. Did t pass tie Stock Yards Bill. The now Jersey legislature adjourned without passing the Bill designed to legalize the Deal of the Chicago Junction railways and Union Stock Yards company with the big packers. The Bill was m reality introduced in the interest of the Chicago concerns. A genial Miko Quot in jail. At Hartford conn., genial Mike Quot Nolan the newspaper reporter comedian music Arranger and author of Quot Annie Rooney Quot and Quot i whistle and wait for Katie Quot has been convicted in the police court of theft fined $7, and sent to jail for thirty Days. Electrocution is. Hanging. At Albany n. Y., the Assembly committee on codes has agreed to report favourably the Bill of assemblyman Stein amending Tho capital punishment act of the state. The Bill does a a with the electrical Chat and substitutes hanging. Instructed for Harrison. At Austin Texas the state Republican Convent ice elected four delegates to the National convention and adopted resolutions instructing the delegates to cast the vote of Texas for president Harrison. Makk Jit quotations. Chicago. Cattle common to prime____s3.50 @ 6.23 grades. 3.50 @ 6.25 sheep fair to Choice. 4.00 Caf 6.25 wheat no. 2 bed.85 @ .86 Corn no. 2.39 @ .40 Oats no. 2.28ii@ Bye no. 2.82 @ .83 butter a Choice creamery.28 @ .29 cheese full Cream flats.121� .13j4 Eggsr-freah.13 .14 potatoes car loads per by. .30 @ .40 Indianapolis. Cattle shipping. 3.25 @ 4.75 hogs Choice Light. 3.50 �3 5 00 a Heep common to prime. �5.50 wheat no. 2 red.91 @ .92 corny no. 1 White.42 amp .43 Oats no. 2 White.33 # .34 St. Louis. Cattle. 3.50 @ 4.75 hogs. 3.60 @ 5.00 wheat no. 2 red.89 @ .91 co Una no. 2.36 @ .37 Oats no. 2.30 @ .31 Eye no. 2.b3 @ .91 Cincinnati. Cattle. 3.50 @ 4.50 hogs. 3.c0 @ 5.00 sheep. 3.0u @ 6.00 wheat no. 2 red.94 @ .95 con a no. 2.42 amp .44 Oats no. 2 mixed.32 @ .33 Detroit. Cattle. 3.00 @ 6.00 hogs. @ 5.00 sleep. 3.ij0 amp 5.25 wheat no. 2 red.94 amp .95 c it Rny no. 2 yellow.42 @ .43 Oats no. 2 White.34 @ .36 Toledo. Wheat�?now.93 @ .94 corny no. 2 yellow.40 amp .43 Oats no. 2 a hite.31 @ .33 livb.86 .88 Buffalo. Beff cattle. 4.00 @ 5.76 live Hoob. 3.75 @ 5.25 wheat no. 1 bard.98 d 1.00 corny no. 2. 46 amp .47 Milwaukee. Wheat no. 1 spring.85 @ .88 corny no. 3.39 amp .40 Oats no. 2 hite.31 amp .32 Rye no. 1.85 amp .86 Barley no. 2.53 @ .65 pork�?mess.10.75 @11.25 new York. Cattle. 3.50 o 4.75 hogs. 3.oo @ 6.50 Shi up. 4.00 Ltd 6.75 wheat no. 2 red. 1.05j6� 1.06u Cusp a a 2.49 <9 .61 o is mixed western.36 amp .37 by teb�?creamery.20 .29 took mean. 9.75 &10jboif you Alle in ques of fresh Indiana news peruse the following important happenings of the week crimes and casualties a a Alcides a death is weddings it its. Minor state items. Marion is to have a Lawn Mower factory. Harvey Richards Muncie Nail worker badly burned by Shower of red hot Iron slivers striking him in the face. Rev s. W. Brown has resigned the pastorate of Tho Christian Church at Crawfordsville and will enter Tho evangelistic Field. Fire supposed to be of incendiary origin destroyed the barn and contents belonging to mrs. Mary Crawford at Martinsville. During the recent revival meetings held in the different new Albany churches 300 people Are said to have joined Church. Or. W. H. Hixon Spencer has sued Pennsylvania Railroad company ,-000 damages. Hurt by getting off a train near Farmers station. John Boyer a Quot trusty Quot who has twice escaped from the Jeffersonville Penitentiary was recaptured at his Mother s House at Princeton. While mrs. John Praim of Ision Pelier was washing her 2-year-old baby fell into a tub of hot water scalding its head and Back in a frightful manner. Frank Critzer of Columbus who eloped with mrs. Dora Freeman of Green Burti last fall has been sentenced to two years in prison for forgery. Stephen Canty of Nev Albany had the fore Fincher on his right hand taken off by a Buzz saw. When taken Home his father said Quot Canty never learn any sense Quot the new Steamboat Belmont was destroyed by Gre on White River four Miles West of Washington. Tho boat was owned by Hyatt amp Rogers. Loss about s15,000 uninsured. It is reported by Telegraph from English Crawford co Unity that Emory Slavin ate two cans of Cuvo oysters in two minutes thus winning a Wager of Sio. It is not said what will be done with the guilty wretch if found. An Accident occurred at South Bend resulting fatally to Frank Stephens a conductor on one of the electric cars of the South Bend and Mishawaka Railroad. Tho car dashed into a train on the Chicago and grand trunk tracks. Robert Musgrave the famous life insurance swindler has been denied a new trial by judge Taylor of Terre haute and sentenced to ten years in the Penitentiary his attorney has Given notice of an Appeal to the supreme court. The 17-year-old daughter of Blind George Marlett who lives four Miles South of Paoli died in terrible agony being eaten up with triclinic. She had eaten of half cooked pork. In a piece of the poor girl s flesh not half so Large As a pin head the Microscope revealed thirteen Anima Cules. The report of a distressing Accident comes from Flora. While a family named Mckinley was moving from a farm one of the wheels of the Wagon dropped into a rut hurling a Mother and her child from the Wagon. The Little one fell beneath the wheels and its life was instantly crushed out some excitement is being caused throughout Charlestown township Clark county by the report that a Rich Deposit of Silver had been found on the farm of John n. Mccoy who resides near Charlestown. He has several times found a mixture of Silver and Lead and has three pieces about the shape of a Silver Dollar which very much resembles Silver with unusually heavy Alloy. Sex county treasurer n. A. Call met with a serious Accident near Anderson which it is feared will terminate fatally. He was working on his farm Felling Trees and got caught under one which crushed his hips and legs in a shocking manner. To is unconscious and has been in that condition several hours. Or. Call is one of the most prominent citizens of the county. Joseph Gordon one of sex auditor Lavelle s Bondsmen asked to be released from the Bond and the disgraced sex officer was rearrested. He made a heroic Effort to obtain Bond to take place of the withdrawal of Gordon but failed. He was taken to Petersburg and again landed in the Pike county mail where he will Likely remain until his trial april 5. Should Lavelle be acquitted in the arson Case which is not Likely he will immediately be arrested for embezzlement. Improbably the oldest inhabitant of Southern Indiana is Alexander Hocka Day of Blue River township Harrison county. He was born in what is now the state of Kentucky in 1780, and. Consequently is in his 112th year. He is the father of twelve children and his wife who is thirty years his Junior is still living. Or. Hockaday never too i but one dose of Medicine in his life and did not take that until he was More than one Hundred years old. He is Hale and Hearty and bids fair to live several years yet. The suit of the town of Monroe City against Sylvester t. Steffy to enforce a town ordinance has been decided m the Gibson county circuit court in favor of the plaintiff. Steffy is a Saloon keeper at Monroe City Knox county. Several months ago the town Council passed an ordinance requiring that All screens frosted windows and hindrances to an unobstructed View of Tho Interior of a Saloon in the Village be removed. Steffy refused to comply with the provisions of the ordinance hence the suit Tho defense denied the Legal right of the town to pass and enforce such an ordinance. Judge Shaw of Knox county and judge Welborn of Gibson county have now both upheld Tho Validity of the ordinance. The Case attracted Thuch attend too As it is the first of the kind Ever tried in Indiana

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