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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - May 24, 2012, Fort Wayne, Indiana Mon Roe Ville. wide Catalogne of the week s important occurrences concisely. ence by electric wire from every Quarter of the Wirtl sized very latest by telex Krapfl a Treasury investigation. The Treasury department a invest Gate ing the bogus offer of $5,000,000 in Bonds accepted by acting Secretary Thomson. The letter submitting the proposition to Well the Bonds was received and opened in the regular Way. It bore the signature of it reliable Philadelphia banking House and excited no suspicion. The acting Secretary was surprised when a communication was received from the firm stating that they submitted no proposition to Purchase. It Job thought that the forgery was committed for the purpose of affecting the Price of Bonds in Kew York. Another Cli Aiu a a Lor Allen o. Myers. Tha supreme court of Ohio has granted n motion for leave to file a petition in error to the Franklin county common pleas court in the Case of Allen o. Myers sentenced to three months imprisonment by judge Pugh for alleged contempt of court growing out of an article which he wrote during the Progress of the tally Sheet forgery cases. The court refused to Grant a motion to file a petition in error in the circuit court of Portage county in the Case of Blinkey Morgan the murderer seut eucled to Haug june 1. _ two no u Lii slips. The twentieth general methodist conference in session in new York City has elected or. Ii. Vincent and or. James n. Fitzgerald Bishops. Or. Vincent is of the clock liver conference and or. Fitz Ferald of the new Jersey conference. Or. N incest was born at Tuscaloosa ala., Kov. 2?, 18.j2. In he Moed to Penn Sylvania. In 1874, with Lewis Miller he established the Chautauqua Circle. To was at one time pastor of Gen. Grant Liev. W. Fitzgerald is 50 years of age and born at Newark. Minist is Kex Ulutu d. Judge Wallace of the i United states court has overruled the demurrer of the holy Trinity Church. New York City to the District attorney s complaint that Liev. E. Walpole warred pastor of that Church was imported from London under contract of service for the Church. The court holds that while cosiness May not have intended the act against foreign contract labor to apply to ministers it does so apply and its Plain language must to obeyed. _ the Chi As o convention. The sub committee of the National Republican committee has been in session at Chicago arranging the details of the convention and deciding upon the distribution of tickets. The seating capacity of the Hall is 7,000. The committee decided to give each Delegate three general tickets for distribution and one press ticket to each Delegate thus Kenai Ling the delegates to take care of the local Idress in their District and state. It it a a Rcd a by sort pm a lit ing Quot View Ltd it to. It transpires that the train upon which King Milan returned Froni Vienna to Belgrade narrowly escaped being wrecked. The hungarian minister of Public works Learned of the existence of a plot to wreck the train and thwarted the design of the conspirators. M. Vitalio son of a millionaire railway contractor and several others have been arrested for connection with the plot. _ to Iii tee ii stats . The National convention of commissioners of labor statistics met at Indianapolis thirteen states being represented. The following officers were elected i Resi Dent Carroll d. Wright Massachusetts vice president Frank a. Flower Quot Wisconsin Secretary and treasurer e. H. Huch ins Iowa. _ an african traveler Ilo of ii for stan1� y or. Schweinfurth the african traveler writes that he sees no reason to feel in easy As to the Fate of Stanley and argues that the latter is probably waiting at some half Way Point for tip poo tips Reivi Force ment and stores without which it Avold be useless for him to arrive at Adelai. Exist present i . A decree is in preparation at Strasburg to the governor of Alsace Loraine ordering that frenchmen entering the lie chs land most present passports signed by the German Amba Siador and endorsed by the governor of Alsace Loraine. Who 3iarriai�i Usu is of a Alt plan a. Carriages containing a wedding party on their Way to a preacher s House at Plymouth pa., ran Over and killed a Little girl. 4 the whole party were arrested and the wedding did not take place. Isar Iii riders. A deliberate attempt was made recently to Burn the town of Anderson by. Two dwell Ings a Kitchen and two Large stables were set on fire. The stables were destroyed. The excitement runs High. Dom Pedro Liy Iii. The emperor of Brazil is stricken with paralysis and has lost his Power of speech and his breathing is Laboured. The last sacrament has been administered. Counterfeiter Al Cau lit. William Blair and two confederates Havo been arrested at Gleneva ind for counterfeiting. They Ware caught while making the "queer.,"c�oerent events. Bast in the methodist general conference at new York a motion was made providing that hereafter it shall require a two thirds vote to constitute an election of Bishop. After considerable debate the motion was carried by a vote of 202 to 131. Harry Benson the Patti ticket swindler awaiting extradition to Mexico committed suicide at Ludlow Street jail. New Yolk by jumping from the second tier to the ground. At Trenton n. J., the bequest of the late or. Hutchings in favor of Henry George for the purpose of aiding in the circulation of his land ideas was set aside and the Legal heirs will get the Money. The Centennial meeting of the presbyterian general Assembly was held in Philadelphia. Over five Hundred commissioners were in attendance representing every state and territory in the Union. The general Assembly of the presbyterian Church South met at Baltimore and elected As Moderator Rev or. Bullock of Washington. At Somerset pa., fire destroyed several buildings at a loss of $30,000, fully insured. Do. James Ork a dentist at Pittsburg aged 04, committed suicide by inhaling Gas drink and Domestic troubles prompting the deed. Fike breaking out in i. H. Parker s bail loft at Philadelphia caused an aggregate loss of $75,000 to j. W. Egan it co., Kobert Andrews Mckeuzie amp Bigley Lavaliere it sons and the Lavaliere company All commission merchants and All partially insured. By the explosion of a powder House at a Stone Quarry near Stockton new Jersey one Man was killed several others injured and a number of houses damaged and wrecked. Filter Nat greetings were sent by the methodist general conference in new York to the presbyterian general Assembly at Philadelphia and the Southern presbyterian Assembly at Baltimore. The once notorious Josie Mansfield who figured prominently in the Fisk Stokes tragedy in new York some years ago is dead. She died at Deluco n. J., after a Short illness. Immediately after the death of Fisk she fied to i Uris where she remained for some time. After the excitement caused a that event bad passed away she returned to this country select ing an unpretentious Little Home in the town of i Melanco where she had since led a very quiet and secluded life. I a a playwright of extended Fame and an income of ��10,000 a year committed suicide in his room in new York . The United states supreme court but had adjourned without fixing the Date of execution he looked surprised and asked Quot what does it mean Quot Maxwell remarked that he had been awaiting the action of the court and thought it would certainly fix the Day of execution. He appeared to wish it had so that his petition to the governor might be presented. Paul Grottkau the Milwaukee anarchist who was sentenced to one year in the House of correction a Little More than a year ago on account of inciting a riot has been released by judge Johnson on a writ of certiorari. For the greater part of the time since sentence was passed Grottkau has been out on bail pending various appeals and other Legal proceedings and judge Johnson holds that All this time counts the same As though he had remained in prison. By this ruling Grottkau s full term has expired and he is a free Man. William Ikon cd a was executed at the Penitentiary in Columbus Ohio for the murder of James Scott in Muski Ngum county on the night of july is 1h87. of $40,000 to the works of l. Lii Barsou manufacturer of Interior decorations Cleveland insured for s1u,000, and of s�50, 00 to the buildings owned by the Hitchcock and Perkins estates of Warren Ohio were caused by fire. Stephen a Cirlee a Stockman of Leigh neb., fell Between moving cars at Dunlap Iowa and was fatally crushed dying at night. The supreme court of i Michigan has unanimously declared the Loc Al option Law unconstitutional. The to found upon which this decision is reached is very simple Viz the Law is a direct violation of Art. 4, Sec. 20, of the Constitution although other Points Are touched upon incidentally. The article of the Constitution violated provides that no Law shall embrace More than one object which shall be embodied in its title. The local option Law is entitled Quot an act to regulate the manufacture and Sonje of liquor Quot which is not at All what the Law is for. A Lee sciors stallion known As the Quot Man eater Quot has been killed in Custer county Nebraska. The animal had killed five men in four years. The last was his owner Peter Moran who had resisted All demands of his neighbors to kill Tho dangerous beast. He fell a victim to Bis deadly Teeth and hoofs a few Days ago. The infuriated people promptly dispatched Tho animal by shooting him. W. a Telegraph operator who has relatives in Illinois killed himself at Winnemucca Nev. Cause unrequited love. The Hon. Severance sex general assemblyman from butial n. Y., and sex surrogate of that county died at Spring Ville aged 81. A st. Louis dispatch states that the sunday closing Law in that City is not an entire Success though ostensibly enforced. Beer gardens Are allowed to run and dispense beverages purchased the previous night. No attempt has been made to close grocery stores and As nearly every one has a Saloon attachment the family Beer Pitcher makes frequent visits to the Comer grocery for Beer on sundays. In this Way and Many others the spirit of the Law is evaded and it is Only the Down Towata saloons without Beer Garden grocery or restaurant attachment that suffer a loss of the usual sunday patronage. Several persons were arrested and one Man was arrested five times for persisting in violating the Law. Many people went to East st. Louis to drink and numerous picnic parties strolled into the country with kegs and Quot pocket the River excursions were Well patronized. While on his Knees uttering prayer at the Baptist conference at North Manchester ind., elder Quinton a prominent Clergyman of Huntingdon pa., was struck dead with apoplexy. The Missouri supreme court at Jeffer Bon City has adjourned until june 4. When Brooks alias Maxwell the murderer of Preller was informed that the court had received the mandate of his Case from Gebman governmental organs Are re Newing their attacks on Russia. The North German Gazette says the convents at mount Athos Are made the rendezvous for 10,000 Bussian soldiers who Are fomenting a revolution in Macedonia. Thomas Joseph Condon member of parliament has been convicted at Dublin and sentenced to a month s imprisonment without Haid Laber for inciting taxpayers i to resist the payment of the tax imposed by i the grand juries of Cork and Clare to com a sensate Constable Leahy who was injured in the Mitchell town riots and the family of Constable Whelahan. Or. Condon was sentenced on May 7 to two weeks imprisonment for offences under the crimes . Judge Geoege Cunningham and capt. A. P. Mckinnon one of the most prominent attorneys in Arkansas became involved in a serious difficulty at Clarks Ville. Cunningham was presiding Over the Johnson county circuit court. His rulings were i satisfactory to Mckinnon who took exceptions to them. Cunningham ordered Mckinnon to sit Down and the latter refused whereupon the judge fined him so. Words ensued and Mckinnon attacked the judge with a knife and stabbed him several times about the face head and neck inflicting dangerous wounds. Jux i it of Toxey has decided the Case of mrs. Sallie y. Henderson against the City of Louisville in the plaintiff s favor. This gives mrs. Henderson s28,84 >.01, claimed for her husband for constructing a part of the embankment along the River front Over which the Louisville and Nashville Kail Road rans. The Case has been in the courts since 1875, having gone to the court of appeals. The Post office and a half dozen other buildings at Hiseville ky., were burned partly insured. Two and two Large stables were set on fire at Anderson n. C., in a deliberate attempt to Burn the town. Tho stables were . A recent dispatch from Milwaukee to the Chicago Herald says to Privi civial Jiow Itic Al Sousa Iii in Tho crop ii c Ity is the Hin aug Iii of Verfie. I Eck y iia tiie an the Calli ditto for Over for. 1 ick is Boht kilo Stu for u3 Luu Jirous Vlf Tiu a but l o ii to who ii of his a know that m addition to his "11111&Quot to Haa a great Deal of practical hard sense ii Ich of in hic a he has shown ill Tho Ina nor in which b j Loara i it Rosi Ozity. Iio Hua a Ichimi Ulato a Fortune and ii Job it in a Iodest fish aide Way. I to fact Tuat to Doos not want of inc and has Como out with a letter Sayi Uji to and Simiti Gettins Tho Nanook of other 1 it euro crafts who Sti Oxild Boho Orchys so stat Nti Pilod him in Public Eit nation that if the do Moc Ratie Stuto t ouse ution Voia to meet Tiow to would probably l c nominated by . A decision has been filed by the inter state Commerce commission in the Case of Martin it co. Of Denver against the Southern Pacific company and the i Nion Pacific company. The chief question involved is that of a greater charge for the Shorter haul from san Francisco to Denver than for the longer haul to Kansas City Over the same line. The conclusion of the commission is that no adequate ground now exists upon which a greater charge for the Shorter haul to Denver than for that to Kansas City can be Iusti de. The wife of senator Philetus Sawyer died at . Count Cipis Iani a Friend of Garibaldi whose first wife was miss a Mary Worthington the daughter of a Farmer of la Altimore t county a Maryland died in Corsica. Cipriani was made governor general of the Loomans by Garibaldi. A dispatch a com a a Omo says Quot a further communication has been received from Cardinal Gibbons urging the Vatican not to condemn the works of Henry George As requested of the Homo office by the archbishop of new York. Archbishop Corrigan has failed to obtain from the Pope a condemnation of Henry George s works which have now been for mall delivered to Tho Vatican for at a meeting of the Irish Catholic members of parliament convened by the lord mayor to consider the effect on the political situation of the recent Prescript from the Loman inquisition held in Dublin resolutions were adopted declaring that the allot Vatious of fact which Are put Forth in the circular of Tho holy Attico Are in to minded and could not Havo been Groin negated under the authority of the holy Otico if statements to prejudicial to the Irish people had been tested by reference to Tho prelates of Ireland and the elected representatives of the x eople. That we repudiate Tho Assumption on which the circular proceeds that the status of Irish Farmers is that of Mero tenants at will and assert that not Only in equity but in Law the dominant interest in the agricultural holdings of Ireland belongs to Tho tenants by whom the improvements have been executed and we attribute much of the discontent which now prevails to the disregard of our constant Lur tests against Tho imposition of rent on those improvements in de Ance of the statute a a bib. Tardily recognized a dual ownership in the soil. That we cannot refrain from exp Reading our deep regret As oat Olics and Iris Mezi Tinct to the holy office 1b silent As to Tho source and provocation of Tia evils and disorders which afflict Tho people of Ireland. That the demand of the people of Ireland for agrarian Reform and i Outi Cai Liberty la dictated by necessity sustained by natural Justice and conducted by modes of action and methods of organization prescribed or allowed by the Constitution under which we live. A meeting is to be held at st. James Ball in London Stine 7, tinder the auspices of the Liberal Radical Union of London to protest against the government s coercive policy in Ireland. The Pope in an encyclical to the brazilian Episcopacy declares that none of the Jubilee gifts gave him More pleasure than the news of the abolition of slavery in the Empire of Brazil. The relations Between the German Empress and Prince bismark Are again strained. The Empress asked that High honors be conferred on certain court officials. The Cabinet threatened to resign in a body if the request was . Ikon and steel imports for the first Quarter of 1888 were 237,784 Gross tons 16,415 less than for the first three months of 1887, and imports of Iron Ore have fallen off for the same period 143,206. Office air notice has been received in Washington of the action of the parliament of Brazil in abolishing slavery throughout that Empire and of the approval of the measure by the Begent. A Telegram containing this information was also received by president Cleveland who sent a reply a Granulating Brazil upon the act of emancipation and expressing the Hope that the Freedom thus extended will result in the increased happiness and Prosperity of the country. At the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Chicago Burlington and Quincy Railroad company the retiring members of the Board of directors were re elected unanimously and resolutions were passed approving the course of the directors and officers in connection with the recent strike troubles on the Burlington system. Or. w. Morrison of Springfield Ohio who has just returned from an extended trip through Europe reports that while in Naples be met James g. Blaine frequently. Quot his complexion is Clear and pure As a child a and his eyes Are As keen and Bright As those of a Man Twenty five years younger Quot says the doctor. Quot i had heard the reports of his ill health and i looked at him with the Eye of a physician and i do not hesitate to say that he was in Superb it is announced that the Canadian government s copyright Bill will be withdrawn from parliament. For the year ended july 1 the increase of traffic of Canadian railroads is said to have been a Quot signal service weather crop bulletin for the last week says the cold weather in the Ohio Valley and the Grain regions of the Northwest where the season is from two to three weeks later than usual has prevented any marked improvement in the crop condition notwithstanding the abundance of rain in those sections. Damaging frosts occurred from Michi Jan southward to Northern Alabama. Lie ports from Minnesota say that the weather conditions have been generally favourable for crops though too cold for rapid growth lie ports from Kansas Nebraska and Missouri indicate that the weather has been favourable for Small Grain but unfavourable for Corn vegetables and fruit. Reports from nearly every county in Indiana show that the condition of crops is much below the Avei age. A inter wheat does not Promise Over half an average yield. Much of it has been slowed up and planted to crop. vme.s g. Blaine is in Paris. A correspondent of the new York world says he has not changed his mind about the presidency Quot and that his declination is final. He will go to London june 1, and soon thereafter Start on a coaching tour with Andrew Carnegie. At a meeting of the Ohio Southern Road it was decided to extend the line thirty Miles to Pomeroy and to raise the necessary funds the capital Stock was increased. Provisions were also made for funding the floating debt. It is announced that the Iron manufacturers of the Ila Honing Valloy have formed a combination to Advance their interests Aud to prevent any unjust discrimination by the railroads. The association will also figure prominently it is said in arranging the wages question. Market reports. V i cattle a Choice Toriuio steers Tood. 4. 25 cows and heifers.  2.7r> hoops shipping gradual. .3.ou silk. Jul what not. 2 lied. Conns to. A. Oats mgt. 2. I 2.&Quot. Visit butt Kkt Dionico Creamery s Fine dairy.21 it i Chi Kesky i Bdl Cream Zlatos a a. Koosz fresh i Al , per Poi Ike meds. Milwaukee. We Kate Rune. Count no. .5. Oats no. -2 White. Kyd no. 1. . A. Pouli mess. Toledo. We Kate Cash. Co Itne Cash. Oats no. 2 White. Selid. St. . Wheat no. 2 red. Corny mixed. Oats Cash. Kyd. Baulky. Pobk-m�38. New Yoke. 4.21 Hotis. sheep. A.23 we Kate no. 2 White. 02 corny no. oats�?whit�.4i Pokky new mesh. 14.23 Detroit. Cattle. 4.7.3 .�0 0. I0 0.1 0to Quot .3.7 .7t .24 22 .14 .80 14.-5 i it 1-1.75 .83 i .86 3t a a .57 or it 4 .07 .0 i 1.� .07 11.25 a 14.75 1, .97 .50 Cit. Of �?�1.5�o a i 4.00 .92 a a the .5ov3 .3 Etc in .01 .02 so .83 li.75 @15,�i5 hogs. Sheep. Wheat no. 2 ked. Corny no. 2 Oats no. 2 White. Indianapolis. Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. Lambs. Buffalo. Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. Wheat no. 1 hard. . 3 yellow. East libel tit. Cattle prime. Fair. Common. Hons. Sheep. Lambs. 550 Lac 6.2.5 a 5.00 if 1.03 a a .67 1� .45 o 15.75 amp 5.25 a a. Fly 5.50 a .97 so .59 4.00 5.00 4.25 .95 .58 .40o 4 .41 ,0 <5 .5.25 5.2ii �5 6.00 �o.50 6.2.5 a 7.00 Indiana news. 4.00 5.00 6.00 1.02 .62 5.00 4 50 4.00 6.50 5.50 4.50 it 5.00 if. 6.00 a i 7.25 in. 1.05 5 .62 4, a 5.50 6 5.00 it a a 4.50 amp 6.00 6.00 amp 5.7� a Smith Hagan an old Soldier was de toyed out of his Yard in Spencer county by Quot White Caps Quot who stripped him tied him to a tree Aad gave him sixty lashes. The reason Given was that Hogan was in the habit of beating his wife. A elder Heckman s son Bernard who is a member of the Waterloo cadets received his gun recently and while showing his Little brother How to Load the gun the Hammer slipped and the Load passed through the Little fellow s head causing a wound that will prove fatal. The Ball passed through the entire left brain. The Cartridge had been used As a whistle for the last five years and was supposed to be Only an empty Shell. A George sin horse was found lying in the Bottom of his Wagon apparently dead on one of the roads leading out of Terre haute. His Money was gone and it was found that there was a severe concussion of the brain. A mrs. Lieu Barger an old lady was fatally gored by a cow near Logansport. A the drug store of Brewster Thomas at Fortville was entered by thieves and titled of articles and Money to the amount of $400. A lie ports from Floyd Clark and Jefferson counties in the Frost Belt state that peaches in the i Reat Orchards Are not dam afield. A while mrs Penn her grown daughter and Young son were driving near Moons Ville the horse took fright at a cow that suddenly crossed the Road. The was overturned and the boy fatally Hurt. I Enn s Arm was broken and the Young lady s hip dislocated. A a Large barn be Louijine to Fred Gardiner who lives near i Russellville was set on fire and destroyed with contents. Nine horses perished among time number being four Brood mares valued at so i 0. The barn also contained farming implements Hay Grain Etc. The loss will reach ,-000 no insurance. A mrs. Lydia a. Lobbs wife of Robert Lobbs the Well known detective of fair Laud out playing in a Yard. She started to run when her Chin was by a clothesline and she was throw Back weird to Tho ground inflicting injuries which will cause her death. A there is much excitement Over the discovery of Gas at Waterloo and Many arc in town prospecting. The Well is Quot a 0 feet deep and is tilled with to within h i feet of the surface. A Scarlet fever is Cau in much fright in Iliin Tinglow. There Are several cases and the third Ard have 1 Eon closed on that account. Tho flavor has issued a Rocili brition quarantining All cases and families in which it exists. A a son of Thomas Newton of Columbus aged 11, was playing with a Dyna Raite Cartridge used in blowing up stumps v. Heu it explored tearing off the thumb and fore linger of one hand and disfiguring several of the fingers of the other hand. A for Tho past two months Montpelier has been overrun with Oil and Gas men who Are leasing lands for the purpose of development. A i Sutalo company have built tanks and Are yet engaged in putting up Tankage for the citizens Well. A pipe line is Laid to the Railroad and Oil is i eing pumped through it. There Are three Tiow ing Well each producing Largo quantities of Gas. Two other derricks Are going up in new parts of the Field and Many More Are contracted. There Are now barrels of Oil in tasks. The Oil has been refined and is Superior to any Chio Oil yet Jiro Ducco. A mrs. Leren Iiah Jordan an old resident of Lal orto while Tuii Ora Rily insane a Allied oat of a Sec Ond Story window of her residence and received injuries from which she died. She was years old. A Josophat Iiller of Union township county dropped dead from his chair while sitting at Tho eating i go prior. The cause to have been heart disease. A several cases of Small pox Are reported from Rier Cevillo Lii Pley county. A the school enumeration of the City of Bloomington shows 1,12&Quot children an increase of Over Quot do since the last report. A Isaac Murphy of Howard county has Given a correspondent an idea of the slim Osious of the Mastodon Bones found by Louis Schaaf while digging a ditch through a marshy piece of land on his farm. The two tusks unearthed were found about three feet below the surface. One of them measured nine feet in length. A Quot he diameter at the Root end was eight inches. The Root ends of the two tusks Laid about four feet apart and doubtless were in the same position As when they were attached to the head of the Mastodon. An Effort will be made to unearth the body of the main Moth. A Sheridan has struck another Gas Well. Madison county has a calf with three eyes. A the Cut worm is the newly planted Corn of Clark county. A Farmers generally throughout the state Are complaining of the disco raising condition of the wheat. A a 2-year-old child of j. B. Cooper residing near the Hancock county infirmary up set a vessel of boxing clothes near which it was playing scalding itself to death. The Mineral water which flows from the Martinsville Artesian Well has been thoroughly Analysed and found to be second to but one known. A at Anderson Tom Larimore aged 20, and Avillie Williamson aged 15, were trifling with revolvers and the one in the hands of Larimore was accidentally discharged the Ball entering Williamson s Abdomen. It is thought that he is fatally to minded. I

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