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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - May 10, 1888, Fort Wayne, Indiana To n Roe Viu lbs wide of the week s important occurrences concisely. Sulm Marizzi. Late lug a Ertice by electric wire from every Quarter of the civilized Teil y by Tele Kail terrorism in Cuba. The latest advices from Cuba ind Caio that the condition of the Island is deplorable. The proclamation of Gen. Marin declaring a state of siege has thrown the Island into such a fearful state of excitement that planters and Farmers now Ilee to Havana Matanzas and other cities to save their lives. The Guardia civil and other troops Are committing atrocities Judon peaceful citizens some of whom have been killed by the troops who claim that they there arrested on suspicion and j in trying to escape were shot. Others Are maliciously incarcerated for alleged complicity in the bandits outrages. The Havana authorities Are actually ransacking the private residences of Many innocent people who Are suffering in consequence. Leopoldo Zarragoitia who claims to be a naturalized american on Bis arrival at Havana was immediately arrested by troops and kept four Days in a Duni Eon. He Quot is now in Havana jail charged with being a cuban Patriot. Passengers on arriving at Havana Are subjected to strict , Many being arrested As insurgents. The Jai Lucha publishes an editorial in which it says Quot if our cuban representatives Montoro and Labra now in Madrid fail to have the president of the Cortes sen or Segasta order Gen. Martin to rectify his proclamation returning to the inhabitants of Cuba their constitutional rights they would withdraw from the Cortes which will mean a grave situation for Cuba. We demand with Energy for the last time the Justice due an american population that a with resignation and patience has stood Tho suffering of years of cannibalism. An Ottawa special says the Rev. Or. Brick a Church of England missionary at peace River Northwest territory in a Sermon Here made some startling announcements in reference to the indians of the a Northwest. He said that hundreds of them who Are now under treaty with the Canadian government were dying every year of starvation l or the past four years game has been very scarce and he instanced cases where the indians had subsisted for months on boiled leather and old moccasins and Gibers where horse flesh was the Staple food of the red men during the Winter months. Many cases of cannibalism have been reported and he said lie had personal knowledge of one Case where a woman �T�iied2 of starvation and the rest of the Camp a a red her remains. The government he said was not bound under treaty to furnish Relief to the starving Savages but unless something was done at once the extermination of the race of red men would stand out As a blot on the Good name of Canada. Minor telegrams. dispatch the emperor s extreme sickness inspires general alarm. He evinces no desire to take food while the ditto Cury of his doing so rapidly increases. The discharge of pus has become so copious that cleaning of the canola every half hour is necessitated. It is now believed that the Morgan line by earner Eureka run into sunday by the Briti a ship Venison has gone Down with All on Board. The Benison struck the Eureka amidships and with such Force that the Bow of the former was Cut Clear ii Down to her number one Bulkhead. The Eureka was heard to whistle about fifteen a minutes after the collision but the dense fog prevented her being located. Not a Vord was passed Between persons on either Steamer during the collision. The House has passed the Biver and Harbor Bill. The methodist general conference has voted to exclude female delegates. A visitation of crickets is Devastino Algeria. Vegetation is totally destroyed and the dead bodies of the insects have poisoned the ground to the imminent danger of creating a pestilence. So thickly Are the pests swarming that the Progress of railway trains Between Batna and Constan tine has been impeded by their settling upon the track and covering it completely. Gov. Hill of new York has vetoed the Bill limiting the saturday half Holiday to the months of Jane july Aap ust and september. The governor takes the ground that the Law making every saturday afternoon a Holiday has not been in Force Long enough to demonstrate its Good or bad qualities. It was enacted Only a year ago. Bout Ingeb s Boom has at least put Money in his pocket. The manuscript of his Book on the German invasion has been bold to a publishing House for $40,000. A disease similar in Type to cholera has become epidemic in Madrid. It is said to have been caused by extreme heat and the drinking of impure milk. At st. Helena cal., John Wright who tvs in jail on the charge of killing Budd Vann a Short time ago was taken out and inched by a mob of citizens. Edward Hanlan for Many years the greatest of living oarsmen has again been beaten in Australia this time by Peter Kemp who has not hitherto been rated a first class Mcdonald of Cape Breton the last known survivor of the Battle of Waterloo in which he fought under Wellington has just died at the age of 110. He fim Gentea o Nora Scotia in 1833.cukrent . Andrew Bradley fatally shot his wife at Mckeesport a. Charles i. Debaun assistant cashier of the National Park Bank of new York is a defaulter to the extent of $95,000, and has disappeared. He entered the Bank Twenty years ago and gradually worked up to the position named. A riot occurred among a company of hungarians at Inkerman. Pa., in the course of which one of the rioters Joseph Lasker a was stabbed. In endeavouring to quell the disturbance officer Brown shot Laker Noee wounds Are serious. Six rioters Are in jail. A deafening report caused great excitement in Union City a. Investigation revealed an attempt to blow into eternity Counselor Frank m. Mcclintock his wife and two children. Some persons presumably men whom Mcclintock had prosecuted for infractions of the liquor Law. Or else the friends of a gang of burglars now in prison had placed dynamite bombs made of Gas pipe under Mcclintock s House. One bomb exploded wrecking the House and slightly injuring the family. The bomb which had been put under Mcclintock s bedroom did not explode As the fuse failed to bum. The grand jury at new York have brought indictments against general and mrs. Ann Odelia Diss Debar for conspiracy and grand larceny. After having confessed to the murder of a Man near new York three years ago August Ziegler a Farmer living near Lynn port Pennsylvania committed suicide by hanging himself in his barn a freight train of seventy five cars bound for Quot a Williamsport met with a frightful Accident at Locust Gap a. In the train was one car of dynamite Quot and one of giant powder. By a collision an explosion occurred in which thirty persons were injured and seven killed. In All twelve cars were destroyed and seventeen Bouses with their furniture. All the windows in the Locust Gap churches and schools were broken and the doors blown off. In mount Carmel Large store windows were broken. The total loss is estimated at $75,000. Debris was found a Quarter of a mile away in either direction. The three Gas companies of Baltimore which have been at War for Over a year have . Gen. Martin Bee i the Well known lawyer and politician of Chicago committed suicide by shooting himself while visiting at the ranch of d. Case near Stanton neb. Or. Cash is a relative of Gen. Beem s wife. Family Trouille is said to be the cause of Ibe suicide. Mrs. Beem had just reached the ranch from Chicago. It is surmised that Beem s reason was dethroned. The surface buildings of the eclipse mine at Little Cottonwood Utah were burned at a loss of from $70,000 to $100,000. The flour output at Minneapolis minn., last week was 181,800 barrels against 178,2u0 the week before the greatest amount Ever produced in a single week. The Market is very Dull and but Little ii our is being sold. In the Federal court at Chicago judges Gresham and Blodgett decided the celebrated Case Between the Quot Wagner car company and the Pullman Palace car company in regard to the Vestibule trains the right to the manufacture of which was m dispute. The decision was in favor of the Pullman company and an order was granted enjoining the Wagner company from a further use of these trains. The decision is based on the Validity of the Pullman patents completely knocking out the claim of the Wagner that the Vestibule car had been Long in use in other countries before i a Leniun obtained his patents. The decision gives the pull menu company the monopoly of the manufacture of Vestibule cars in this country. A Chat Kun has been filed at Topeka kan., for Quot the Farmers federation of the Mississippi Valley Quot the Farmers Trust. The capital Stock is $20,000,000, with shares at $10 each. The charter is signed by citizens of fourteen states and five territories. A disastrous collision occurred on the Jacksonville amp southwestern Railroad at Sorrento 111., by which two men were killed and four others seriously injured. The North bound passenger train was run into by a South bound freight. A to Siple murder in War times is revived by the arrest in Texas of Bobert Clanton who is charged with the murder of l. B. Coates and Stephen and Jerome Maddox in Portland Missouri oct. 18, 1863. The murdered men were Southern sympathizers and Clanton and his brother Union men. Clanton disappeared and was arrested in Texas where he had married Aud become wealthy. In regard to the death of Gen. Martin Beem. Of Chicago at Stanton neb., the Coroner s jury returned a verdict of Quot instantaneous death by a pistol shot from some unknown it is known that two shots were fired but the victim s wife who was sleeping in the same room was not awakened by the detonation. The remains were interred at Alton. 111. On the farm of the widow freeze near Arlington neb., oct Jirred a horrible catastrophe. Fire broke out in the Bam and when citizens reached the spot two hours later they found in the ruins the charred remains of seven human beings distributed among the burned carcasses of the live Stock. The entire family consisting of Ion adults and three children had been timed to death probably in the attempt to Rescue the cattle from the burning stable. A dispatch chronicles the death of Gen. Warner Lewis a prominent Iowa Man. He descended from one of the old families of Virginia where in Goochland county he was born in 1805, being a Distant relative of Gen. Washington. He located in the Region of Dubuque in 1828, a tired in the Blackhawk War was a member of the territorial and Stato Legisla Turen and nerved As speaker of the mouse. He was Surveyor general of Iowa Wisconsin and Minnesota under presidents Pierce and Buchanan. For Twenty four years he had been recorder of Dubuque county. His wife a relative of Gen. Lafayette survives him. They had lived together fifty seven years. At st Helena California John Wright who was in jail on the charge of killing Budd Vann a Short time ago was taken out and lynched by a mob of . Pm Harris coloured who assaulted mrs. Simmons at Vicksburg miss., was lynched. John Martin editor of the new mississippian and Gen. Wirt Adams postmaster of Jackson miss., fought a Street Duel and both were instantly killed. The following article published in the new was the immediate cause of the tragedy people who do not receive the new mississippian regularly will please remember that Juco we exposed the obliquity of general Wirt certificate Adams the poet office is endeavouring to wreak its spite Aga aet this paper in every possible Way. This paper has to be in the Postof fice about half an hour or an hour sooner than the Republican paper Here or it is made to lie Over for another mail. It is Strango How mad some men will get when the Plain truth is told about them in print and yet this paper is feeling remarkably Well. Henky Pope coloured under sentence of death was hanged by a mob at Midnight from the court House veranda in Summerville a. A terrific Cyclone passed Over the Eastern portion of ouachita county Arkansas. It struck Josiah Herson s place wrecked his House and destroyed his fencing but no lives were lost. The storm travelled from the Southeast to the Northwest and its track was about a Hundred and fifty Yards wide. Trees were twisted and torn from their roots and hurled about like straws. Damage is reported at various other places in the . The May Public debt statement is As follows debt. I Onda at 4v, per coat. S2 2r,0, 54,g00 buds sit 4 per cent. 731,, 5io Siofu skiing Operti Vicatos at 4 por cout h1,3u0 Navy pension Fuad at 3 per cent. ,,0oj pastic Railroad bund at 0 Pei Quot cent 64,�ii3,5l2 principal.$1,033,199,762 interest. 7,06 -,343 total.$l,04.-.,7t5,105 debt on Wuich interest ha3 a Kasey fall ii maturity. Principal. $2,675,153 interoit.17j,874 total. A j,84 ,020 Bea Rixo no interest. Old demand and Legal Tonder notes 8346,737,956 certificates of depoeit.10,555,000 Gold certificates.9j,501,293 Silver certificates.194,426,932 fractional currency Leas $8,37.1,034, Sui muted As Loat or destroy eds. 0,941,001 principal. Caf a 22,242 total debt. Principal.j.51,699,037,139 inter that. 7,73o,217 total.�1,706,833,376 less Cash items available for reduction of debt.? 314,935,552 less Reserve held for redemption of United states notes. 100,000,000 9 414,955,552 total debt loss available Cash items.$1,291,877,824 net Cali in the Treasury. 110,244,969 debt Leas cab in Treasury May 1. Isis.f1.181,632,so5 debt Leas Cash in Treasury april 1, j8ss. 1,190,863,155 decrease during the months 9,235,3� Joe create a ii ice Juno to 1667. 97,795, a aau in try Sasuny available for reduction of debt. Gom held for Gold a Fertit Cates actually outstanaing.$09,,293 Silver held Loc Wilvor Cortiz locates. I ,420,932 u. A notes held for Certilia cards of deposit.10,555,000 Cash held for matured debt and interest unpaid.10,411,373 fractional currency.954 total available for reduction of debt.5314,955,552 i a Skitek pc Init. Held for redemption of u. K. Notes acts Jau. 1-4, or 75, Aud july 12, its i. .100,000,030 unavailable for reduction of debt fractional Zilvar coin.25.750,228 coin.148,160 total. 25,.s98,383 certificates held As Cash. 3 ,2t 9,c09 Ket Cash balance on hand. 1hj, j44,969 total Cash in Treasury As shown by treat ural s general 5390,308,518 a package was received at the Treasury department in Washington from the american Exchange National Dank of new York purporting to contain $41,000 in Bank notes but when it was opened nothing but Brown paper was found within. The package was returned to the . Master Quot Workman Powderly has informed the knights of labor that in Canada in future the work of the order will be carried on by natives. There has been dissatisfaction and talk of disruption because american orators travelling through Canada frequently spoke against the interest of Canadian . The trial at Loughrea of or. William o Brien member of parliament and editor of United Ireland of Dublin has been concluded. Or. O Brien was convicted and sentenced to three months imprisonment. Ikler. O Brien was charged with violating the crimes act by advising the people in a proclaimed District to join the league. When the Case for the Crown was closed or. O Brien declined to make any speech in his own defense. A meeting announced to be held at Mitch Ellston in connection with the coming trial of or. Condon member of parliament for offences under the crimes act has been proclaimed. A ctr Torrs Story is told by a new York medical paper of the manner in which the German Crown Prince came to have his left Arm two inches Shorter than his n get. It is said that the Arm was fractured at the Prince s birth. There was a Row on that occasion growing out of the importation of two English obstetricians and the jealousy of prof. Martin an eminent German practitioner. Whether the fracture Las accidental and Wai kept a secret by the eco Civish doctors or whether the German Pio Desbor through to a pile. Guye the Royal youngster s Arm an extra twist in handling the new arrival Are the interesting questions raised by the publication of the article. Emperor Frederick was free from fever the morning of the Ith and Able to Rise from his bed. He is now considered out of immediate danger and no More bulletins will be issued unless a relapse should occur. Arstka is again manifesting uneasiness at the tendency of affairs to the eastward of her Borders. The renewed mobilization of russian troops and the unmistakable evidences of russian intrigue As the moving cause of the toumanian revolt and the disaffection in Bulgaria Wallachia and Moldavia Are regarded As plainly foreshadowing an Early and important move by Russia in the direction of Bulgaria. Devil of and Moradabad India have been visited by disastrous hailstorms about 150 persons having been killed. The hailstones were Flat and Oval in shape and some of them weighed As much As two pounds. At Bace Batti in Bengal Twenty persons were killed 200 severely injured and 2,000 houses were destroyed by hailstones. The Sultan of Morocco has finally agreed to submit to arbitration the dispute with the United states. A disease similar in Type to cholera has become epidemic in Madrid. It is said to have been caused by extreme heat and the drinking of impure milk. Bout Jaeger s Boom has at least put Money in his pocket. The manuscript of his Book on the German invasion has been sold to a publishing House for $40,000. Edward Haydan for Many years the greatest of living oarsmen has again been beaten in Australia this time by Peter Kemp who has not hitherto been rated a first class sculler. Berlin is worried Over the plotting of the socialists and the police Are busily engaged in making arrests. It is said there Are in the City More than Ono Hundred thou Sand social democrats and the propaganda is rapidly . Quot a damage suit for $100,000 his been entered in the United states circuit court by Connor Brothers Grain merchants of st. Louis against the Vicksburg and Meridian a Railroad company. They complain of unjust and unlawful discrimination against them in shipping rates to Points South and claim that their business in Southern states has been injured to the extent of $50,000 by a false and fraudulent system of rebates and drawbacks false Bills of lading and fraudulent charges. They also allege that they have been damaged in the sum of $.j0,000 by discrimination in freight rates in favor of the Chandler commission coi Pauy and the Gratiot steel warehouse company. Tiie suit is brought under the provisions of the interstate Commerce Law. The Story cd tees from Boston that the Atchison Topeka and Santa be company which already controls a continuous line from Chicago to the Pacific coast is arranging to absorb the st. Louis and san Francisco Road and a number of minor roads which Servo As feeders. Should this Deal be consummated the Atchison would operate nearly eight thousand Miles of Railroad. The report however is denied by officials of the company in Boston. For mail announcement is made of the Elevation to the dignity of archbishop of Bishop Ireland the great Temperance orator. His jurisdiction will include the three dioceses into which Minnesota is to to divided and the two to be erected out of Dakota. has been received at Washington that Sweden has decided to Lay a heavy tax on pork. Of the pork imported into Sweden 95 per cent is from the is ate. The Effort to raise funds to present France with a statue of George Washington was Given an impetus by the Benefit at the National theater at . Chicago. Its let Choice to Prima steers $>.00 amp 6,50 Good. 4.25 if 4.75 Cowa and heifers. 2.00 amp 3.50 hogs ship Puii grades. 5.25 6.00 Shkop. 5.00 of 6.50 Quot wheat no. 2 lied.8t Loi .85 Corky no. 2.57 to .58 Oats no. 2.33 log .33 barley�?no.7c a <5 .77>i linux tar a Cloice croiiuiery.2i .25 Fine dairy.22 it.�4 cheese full Cream Vii egg so fresh .i2 it 6 potatoes Sweet per Bri. 4.00 5.50 pork mess. 13.50 to 14.00 Milwaukee. What june. So it i .81 corny no. 3.54 .55 Oats no. 2 whit�.38 <5 .39 Kkt no. 1.65 ii9 .67 bark to no. 2.70 i t .72 to Itka mess. 13.50 f 14.00 Toledo. Wheat�?Cash.s3 amp .89 corn�?Cash.67 a .58 4 Oats no. 2 White.35 amp .35 bed. 4.20 Fli 4.25 st. Louis. _ who at no. A fit .8� cobn�?mixed.52 amp .53 Oats Cash. .34 @ .35 .6lji�i .�i23i bablet.8j in .88 pork�?meat.14.00 e 14.50 new York. Cattle.5.50 hogs. 5.50 0� 6.25 a help. 6.00 is 7.50 we Bat no. 2 bed.95 a .95 corny no. 2.66 amp .68 oats�?White.42 amp .46 to bks new Mesa. 15.03 15.60 Detroit. Hattiie. 4.00 amp 5.25 hogs. 5.00 amp 5.75 sheep. 4.00 amp 6.00 wheat no. 1 White.99 cob no no. 2.57 amp .53 Oats no. 2 White.37 61� ,38 4 Indianapolis. Cattle. 4.50 <9 s.25 Hoos. C.25 6.00 sheep. 5.50 a 6.25 lambs. 6.00 amp 7.00 Buffalo. Cater a. 4.00 a 5.00 Hoos. 6.00 6.03 sheep. 6.00 9 7.2s wheat no. 1 White.96 amp .97 cob no no. 3 yelloxr.64jii� .65j4 East Liberty. Oat tue prime. 4.7s 0 5.95 fair. 4.As �4.75 common. 4.00 m 4.25 hogs. 6.50 # amp of Beckt. Ass if ct8c.w a to w Indiana yews. A the station of the Cincinnati w Bash and Michigan Railroad at Urbana was destroyed by an incendiary fire. A there in a bad Outlook for wheat in Shelby county. A Depauw University at Greencastle has won three inter state oratorical contests within the past ten years. A while intoxicated Bennett Basher a Brave member of Wilder s brigade fell through the elevator Shaft at Balfe s grocery at Lafayette into the cellar. He died from his injuries. An Effort will be to discover who sold him the liquors. A Kobert Hamilton of Versailles who bet the gun in his tobacco House by which Alvin Dodson was killed has been placed under Bond to appear in the circuit court charged with murder. A John w. Boyer of Arcadia while coupling cars at Tipton Junction had Lis right hand so badly mashed that amputation was necessary. A Walter the Brit it Little son of major Alfred Clarke a Shelbyville travelling Man was found dead in bed by the Mother. The of death is not known. A Quot while or. Frederick Tilzer of Mccutchenville one of the Omeste settlers of Vander Berft county was on his Way Home his horses became frightened at a train on the st. Louis air line a Railroad three Miles from Evansville and he was thrown from his Bug y Aud Fatall injured. A Warden Patten of the Southern prison has filed his report in the Aii Vitor of state s office for the Quarter eni in j the last of april. The receipts were Soto Aud expenses .517,724.78. A the soldiers Monument commission let the contract for tha main coi itral Foum lation of the moan ment to Enos Liege of Indianapolis. Of the nine bidders or. Ilenie s i ures �31,c83, were to carded a the Best. Tho work is to be completed in four months and to be entirely of Indiana Oolite Stone strictly selected a about forty White Caps called at Tho House of w. In Toney at English Crawford coup to Quot recently drap ged him to a Telegraph pole Aud whipped him unmercifully with Hickory Withes. Blood was spattered about the Telegram ii pole and the Man s body was lacerated in a horrible main Ner he begged piteously. His rec very is doubt Fol. He is a prominent citizen of that county and is a Man of considerable Means. He has a wife and family. The charge against Toney was drunkenness and abuse of family. A. Jackson Goodman who also lives near English was notified to change his manner of doing business by keeping sober. James pro editor of the English a>r.s-, was Jiotti ipod to publish that the White Caps would attend the election next november Aud that All persons detected in buying or Selling Voles or acting any m a would be treated to 200 lashes. A a clerical looking Man palmed ofe a worthless Check on Del liaising of cum Berson amp co., jewellers Lafayette. The Man bought Worth of goo it is three Walles and tendered a $250 Check on Tho fourth National Bank of Louisville. It was made payable to Ali inns Harrison and was signed d. B. Mooney. Lising gave the firm s Check for lot the Man have Jhc goo is. The fellow had the Check cashed Aud has not been seen since. The s-3u Check on the Louisville Bank is bogus. A at Lafayette Bennett Dasher fell through a and wag seriously if not fatally Hurt. He struck on his head. A an unknown Mau was killed near Goldsmith Tipton county by being run Over by a Lake Erio and Western passenger train. He is supposed to be a Man from Fowler Benton county As papers were found on him pointing to that fact. A an attempt a it a made at Union City to blow up the residence of Frank Mcclin Tock. It is believed to have been the result of recent prosecutions by Mcclintock of violators of the lick for Law License a dividend of 5 per cent has been declared to Tho creditors of the Litchmond National Bank of Richmond. A the governor has withdrawn the commutation of the sentence of John Parks at the boy s Reform school. Parks was first sentenced to the Penitentiary but the sentence was co Umu Tud. At the Reform school however to proved too Tough a citizen and Tho Penitentiary seems to be about the right place for him. A the Crawfordsville Council has entered into a contract for seventy electric lights of 1,200-Candie Power each for three years and for which the sum of s5,-000 a year is to be paid the lights to be in running order by Augu st 15. A the Bellaire window Glass works of Bellaire 0., Are o be moved to Muncie. A the Mother of de Chamberlain who killed Ida Wittenberg at Delphi has gone insane by the crime of her son. A George Fitz a Farmer residing in Mccutchanville while returning Home was violently thrown from his buggy his horse having been frightened by an approaching locomotive. His wounds Are internal and Are pronounced fatal. A Knox county peach Cherry and Strawberry crops have been damaged by recent cold weather. A the new and handsome Vigo county court House has been opened up permanently for business. A the largest White Oak is growing Fly in. Pike county. It is Twenty two feet in circumference and fifty to Tho first limb. A William Bellingham a wealthy Farmer residing near Wheatland was killed by a falling tree. He was Goinik through a Field when a dead tree on fire suddenly fell upon him crashing him to death. Fellingham was one of the most prominent men of Enox county and leaves a wife and let eral Bildren. M

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