Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze in Fort-Wayne, Indiana
30 May 1895

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30 May 1895

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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - May 30, 1895, Fort Wayne, Indiana Monroig v1lt�, indy pm Asa s. Bushnell nominated for governor by Ohio republicans who ame bled in state Conven Loii at zan�9vllle a thirty two degrees Sbet lha Tok Neav Juan Dava Baez icon heroic is forts of a father to save his babies sea est to let eat. A h10 refubl.ican8 first a Day a Prozee diffs of their state convention Zanesville special the Kepu Lioan state cd invention was called to order Here tuesday promptly at 4 p. M. By col. Joseph Bonner chairman of the committee. For half an hour previous the Hall was packed to its full capacity of 5,000 and a larger number was unable to gain admittance. Senator Sherman was Given a stirring ovation when he was escorted into tee Hall by congressman Vanvoorhis and judge Granger. Sex Secretary Foster me bots of Congress several candidates and others were cheered As they entered so that chairman Bonner had to rap hard for of Der previous to the prayer of Liev. Samuel 6. Addison of Toledo. While chairman Bonner who is a member of Mckinley a staff was eloquently congratulating republicans on the result of the last Ohio election and forecasting another Triumph for next november in a Well set introductory speech sex gov. For Aker entered the Hail and a very boisterous demo titration followed his appearance. It was with great difficulty that col. Bonner Cut Short his remarks and introduced to the demonstrative assemblage senator John Sherman As temporary chairman. Senator Sherman met the demonstrations at first with the remark that he hoped to see the republicans of Ohio keep up such a pitch of enthusiasm till next november a Recti i. The senator soon commanded the closest attention and delivered a stirring address. At the conclusion of the senators speech the Twenty one congressional districts were called for members of committees and other positions when it was found there were two bitter contests for seats especially in the Toledo and Springfield districts. A committee on resolutions was appointed and afterwards organized with sex Secretary Charles Foster As chairman. On motion of Gen. A. C. Hurst the convention adjourned to meet at 8 p. M. On reassembling tiie temporary organization was made permanent. The contested delegations from the Toledo and Springfield districts were not unseated. The Nomi station of governor was next in order and Gen. Asa s. Bushnell of Springfield was nominated on the sixth ballot. The convention adjourned at Midnight Isth 9 of clock wednesday. Two Sisters instantly killed. A frightful tragedy occurred near Chestnut Mound Smith county Tenn., As a result of which two Young daughters of Sara Mckinney Are dead while his baby is slightly wounded. Mckinney had been out on his farm with a Winchester Rifle and approaching the House handed the gun to his 23-year-old son Henry requesting him to take it in the House. Approaching the front door Henry decided to unload the gun and thinking he had removed All the loads let the Hammer fall Only to hear a report and feel the gun recoil in his hands. Through the door the Bullet sped and through the bodies of the Sisters who were close together just inside the door. The elder was 8 years a id the a ther being a few years younger and both were instantly killed while a nine month old infant was also slightly injured. _ let instant death. A sing dearly appalling tragedy sent thrills of horror through the hearts of thousands at Arsenal Island a pleasure resort opposite the Southern part of St. Louis to. The full View of the multitude a Young Man Tony Heafley by name dropped irom an ascending Baloon several Hundred feet Down to the Earth. His body was crushed to a shapeless mass. Heafley and a number of other Young men and boys were engaged to hold the Baloon while it was Beilig filled with Gas. When the signal was Given they All released their hold but Heafley. He Clung to the bar or was caught in the rigging and was carried up a distance i from 400 to 600 feet when he dropped. _ hero efforts to save his babies. Brinka Vor Wiski 5 years old and a younger sister were playing upon a Bridge crossing the Hydraulic race at Dayton Ohio when a c., d. And i. Passenger train approached. Their father who is a cripple Van to to Weir Rescue. He reached one child and had barely time to jump into the water and thus save his own life and that of the Kabe. Bertha the eldest girl was caught wider the wheels and both hands mangled when her body was hurled into the water. It is thought the girl cannot live. Found the Hall of the Chicora St. Joseph Mich special the Chicora searching party working North of this City struck an object in fifty five feet of water which they think is the Hull of the Chicora. The drag worked seven feet off the Bottom so that it would have to be a Large object before it would Oatch. There Are no wrecks within six Miles of it. A heavy sea compelled the searchers to Stop work but a Start will be made As soon As the Lake calms Down. Morton does t let Ike it tortured by a robber. At Kingston n. Y., John Harrington a Tob conist was terribly beaten and tortured by a burglar who entered the room in which Harrington was sleeping. The thief obtained Only $35 in Cash but made off with $2,600 in checks and Money orders. He held lighted matches to Harrington feet beat him with a club and nearly i strangled to Havins his meat inspection methods Crit ised. Secretary of agriculture Morton and or. Salmon chief of the Bureau of animal Industry Are very much exercised Over the attack made upon the effectiveness of the meat inspection service. The inspection provided for under the act was to meet the demands of foreign governments to which our meat wag exported but the authority Given the Secretary was insufficient and or. Morton has tried to induce cd it egress to cure the defects. While the inspection separated the healthy from the diseased meat and prevented the exportation of the latter the Secretary was not clothed with the Power to compel the destruction of condemned meat and this could be sold in the Domestic markets. If the Legislatures of the states had taken Steps to co operate with the department by providing for the destruction of carcasses condemned by Federal inspectors the inspection would have been rendered Elf Yective. But this was not done and the Secretary appealed to Congress. Last december Congress passed in a modified form an amendment proposed by the Secretary to punish persons Selling this condemned meat for food. The amendment does not go into effect until july 1. Meantime however the department object strenuously to the intimations thrown out that the inspection As at present conducted in no Wise protects the Domestic Consumers. The Secretary without the definite authority of Law insists that he has accomplished much with reference to Trichina in pork. Mad Rush for land. Scramble of 200 o people for 437 Kickapoo claims. At and before noon thursday 20,000 eager greedy men and women rushed from Oklahoma City ok., Pell Mell into the Little triangular reservation of the last remnant of the once powerful Kickapoo Indian tribe and jostled scrambled and fought for the 437 claims that were opened to settlement by president Cleveland a proclamation. At night the majority of the Kickapoo were homeless and without shelter roaming about Over the land which for a Quarter of a Century has been their kingdom and in which no Pale face had been permitted to gain a foothold. The majority of the bark Homes built by the indians Are located in the up islands far Distant from the Rich Bottom lands which were allotted to them by the agents of the government. Now they shelter the White Man who has taken Possession of the Upland As his own. Race for the Pennant. Following is the standing of the clubs of the National baseball league per won. Lost. Cent. 20 8 .714 20 10 .667 19 h .633 17 12 .586 13 12 .520 13 12 .520 12 12 .500 11 11 .500 10 16 .385 11 19 .367 9 17 .346 5 20 .200 clubs. Played. Pittsburg.28 cincinnati.30 Chicago.30 Cleveland.29 new York.25 philadelphia.25 boston24 baltimore.22 Brooklyn .26 St. Louis30 Washington .26 louisvilie.25 Western league. Following is the standing of the clubs of the Western league per clubs. Played. Won. Lost. Cent. Bigamist must go. Bigamy in the United states by Canadian citizens is one of the subjects to be grappled wit i at Toronto by the National Council of women of Canada under the presidency of its founder the countess of Aberdeen. It has lately been decided there that a Man red person who is a British subject resident in Canada and who goes to the United states or any place out of Canada and there goes through the form of marriage with another person cannot be convicted in Canada of bigamy. This is the Case even when no divorce has been obtained in the United states. The countess and the ladies affiliated with her upon the executive committee of the National Council Are bound to have the Law amended if possible. Fierce fury of the winds. During a storm at Rockport Texas forty houses wore blown from their foundations and the Catholic Church and commercial hotel wrecked. Vessels in the Bay dragged their anchors and three came ashore. The Force of the wind drove the Raiji through roofs. Rev. Or. Scarborough of the methodist Church was internally injured. Half a dozen boats were blown ashore at Corpus Christi. Crops Are utterly ruined along the Kerr Ville Branch of the Arkansas pass Road. To o Bridges on the Arkansas pass near Yoakum and one at Kerrville were washed away. Reports place the rainfall at from two to three inches. Mount Vesuvius is Active. Mount Vesuvius is in an unusual state of eruption. The seismic instruments in the Vicinity of Naples Are most Active. The activity of Vesuvius coincided in 1894 with the earthquake in Japan Turkey and Calabria. Thick volumes of smoke fire and lava Are issuing from the Mouth of the Crater making a splendid spectacle by night. A new Cone is forming in the Summit which is already seventy feet High. Big meeting at Memphis. The sound Money convention which met in Memphis was a much larger affair in Point of attendance than the most sanguine of its projectors had anticipated. There were thousands of visitors in the City and the auditorium with its seating capacity of 8,000, was overtaxed to accommodate the crowd seeking admission. Secret was his not entitled to private formulas. Dnn a co. Discuss the wheat Market great Britain s sordid View of an iniquitous business a i Auklet a a machine flies earthquake in Epirus. Awarded heavy damages. At Philadelphia the jury in the Case of John w. Do Nosey against John and James Dobson As proprietors of the Falls of Schuylkill carpet Mills rendered a verdict awarding Tihe plaintiff $10,000 damages. Or. Dempsey sought to recover damages for the loss of certain secret color formulas. He was a color mixer at the defendants Mill for almost Twenty years and claimed that he had about 9,000 formulas for mixing dyes All of which were his personal property. When or. Dempsey was about to leave the defendants employ the defendants took Possession of the books and the formulas were copied against his protest. The do sons claimed that As they paid him a salary they were entitled to the use of All of his knowledge. The court decided otherwise. Danger in the Rise. Price of wheat May prove a calamity to business. G. Dun amp weekly review of Trade says a if wheat has been so greatly injured by the snows and frosts in May that the sudden Rise of 12 cents in two weeks is justified the calamity will affect All business prospects. The markets do not believe it for stocks do not collapse Iron leather and hides still Rise and no holders of w heat we Ould sell at 80 cents a lower Price than had been known at this season for thirty years prior to 1893, if current reports were credited. Some injury has undoubtedly been sustained but our own dispatches do not show that it is really serious. The temper is to buy regardless of visible requirements in the Faith that prices Are sure to Rise. Western receipts of wheat for three weeks have been larger Tolian last year in spite of storms and frosts. But the Rise has practically stopped buying for Export As the similar Rise did in april 1884, which was followed by about the lowest prices then Ever known. Whether Grain has been greatly injured or not foreign markets will take Early occasion to fortify themselves from other sources. The weeks sales at new York amounted to 155,000,-000 bushels Aud accounts of damage by Frost and by insects Are so mixed up that some traders infer the bugs must Wear advocates opium Trade. English government favors it for business reasons. In the House of commons sir Joseph Whitwell Pease Liberal member for the Barnard division of Durham made a motion a tacking the report of the opium commission and the opium Trade generally and demanding that the Indian government suppress it. Henry Fowler Secretary of state for India strongly opposed the motion. Tie suppression of the opium Trade he said would deprive 1,250,000 poor peasant growers of their entire livelihood and create a great deficit in the Indianapolis. 22 17 5 .773 Indian revenues. The motion was defeat Minneapolis 21 13 8 .619 de by a vote of 176 to 59. Grand rapids.23 13 10 .565 Kansas City. 23 11 12 .478 flying machine a Success. Detroit. .21 10 11 .476 Toledo. 24 10 14 .417 Langley a invention travels a thou Milwaukee .23 9 14 .391 Sand feet in a recent test. St. Paul. .21 7 14 .333 a Washington letter says the Langley flying machine flew a distance of 1,000 feet at a test Down the Potomac a few Days ago. The machine is now propelled by storage batteries placed under the wings and moves independently of any control Ihram the float from which the flights Are made. It is now believed that the machine will Fly a great distance. Prof. Langley has already spent More than $50,000 in experimental work Aud he believes that before Long he will be Able to build a practical machine. Killed by an earthquake. Many inhabitants of an ancient town lose their lives. Word has reached constantinople of a disaster from an earthquake in the town of Para mythic in the province of epic his which is a part of Albania. Para Doythia is a Small town of about 3,000 inhabit the town is divided into the top per a lower towns and has an old a the remains of ancient Walls. Greek Bishops see. Nearly All the iou in the town have been destroyed and persons were killed and 150 injured by the earthquake. Is a notorious swindler. S. H. Taggart the Johnson county. Mo., Farmer who was swindled out of $8,500 by two men who pretended to Purchase his farm has identified the two men arrested for the crime. A detective has identified the chief swindler As j. H. Hamilton a notorious Confidence Man known in every american City. Ilis companion has not been identified but is thought to be a Chicago Man. Now Formosa rebels. Taipei Formosa dispatch Formosa has declared its Independence. The population will fight the japanese and will not submit to the orders of the Imperial chinese government. Formosa is the Island in the China sea ceded to Japan As a part of the recent treaty of peace signed by the chinese. The population is estimated at Between 2,000,000 and 3,000,000, to run for senator. It is reported on w hat is apparently Good authority that Secretary Carlisle is deter nine to make a hot fight for the Senate. His intention a Washington dispatch says is due to an expressed wish of the president. Bishop Hurst Happy Money raised for the first building of the american University. Bishop Hurst president of the Board of trustees of the american University which on wednesday raised $150,000 for the erection of the first building a Hall of history is very enthusiastic Over the Outlook. It is proposed to make the University a great american institution for the training and equipment of students for special and original research. The work is to be purely Post graduate a College diploma being necessary for matriculation. The site of the University costing $100, 000, is located on the Heights above Washington beyond the new naval Observatory and Woodley president Cleveland sold country place. It includes ninety acres. Ultimately the plans contemplate Twenty nine buildings. The trustees estimate that it will Cost $5,000,000 to Start the University and $10,000,000 for the full equipment. The funds Are being raised largely by personal solicitation. Say she was poisoned. Mrs. Matthews Dies in a graveyard and W. Winthrop is arrested. C. W. Winthrop assistant superintendent of Laurel Hill cemetery san Francisco was arrested in connection with the mysterious death of mrs. Jennie Matthews last saturday. Mrs. Matthews died very suddenly while decorating the grave of her child. Her Little daughter by whom she was accompanied said Winthrop gave her Mother a Bill but he denied this statement. A chemical analysis of the woman a stomach however developed the fact that it contained strychnine. Evidence is said to have been found now that mrs. Matthews had her life insured for $2,000 a few Days before her death and that Winthrop is deputized in the policy to hold the Money in Trust for her daughter Minnie a child 5 years old. All records broken. Thursday was the most notable Day in the history of the Chicago wheat pit. Over 250,000,000 bushels were traded in and the Price touched 82 cents. The country crowd have won the Market and All efforts of the professional traders to hold them Back have failed. John Schwartz failed during the Day. Over $1,000,000 in margins was paid in. Strong foreign buying orders assisted the countrymen to keep the Price up. Fruits of jealousy. Jealousy was the cause of a murder and suicide thursday evening at the Nyack Flats 6414-6416 Ellis Avenue Chicago. Mrs. Anna Annabel wife of the janitor of the building shot and killed her husband and then ended her own life with a Bullet. The tragedy was enacted while the wife was preparing supper in the Kitchen of the apartments occupied by the Annabel. The Only witness was a 13-year-old daughter of the couple. Seven villages destroyed. The London Standard has further advices from Athens of the recent earthquakes from which it appears that their most disastrous effect was Felt in the Southwest portion of Epirus which is a portion of Albania in european Turkey. Intelligence has been received at Athens of the destruction of seven villages in this locality and fifty deaths Are already reported. Russia show intr her hand. It is stated that the russian government has declined to agree to the military occupation of Corea by the japanese forces and demands that the government at Tokio recall the garrisons stationed there. Are made knights. Henry Irving the actor Lewis Morris the poet Howard Russell the correspondent Aud Besant the novelist were made Baroness by Queen Victoria upon her 76th birthday. Jail burned by Lyncher. A letter from Rodney miss., says that the town jail was fired by a band of Lyncher at night and that a negro perished in the flames. \ Market quotations. Chicago cattle common to prime. To 30e-Rye, no. 2> 66c to 67c butter chores Creamery 17c to 18c Egis fresh a 12c--0 13c potatoes car lots per Bushel 45c amp 60c Broom Corn per i common growth to Fine Brush 4c to 7c. A Indianapolis cattle shipping $3.00 to $6.00 hogs Choice Light $3.00 to $4.75 sheep common to prime $2.00 to $4.50 wheat no. 2, 80c to 80/4c Corn 1 White 55c to 55%e Oats. No. 2 White s4c to 34c. St. Louis cattle $3.00 to $6.00 hogs 4.00 to $4.75 wheat. No. 2 red 82c to 83c Corn no. 2, 53c to 54c Oats no. 2, 2�c to 30c Rye. No. 2, 67c to 69c. Cincinnati cattle $3.50 to $6.00 hogs $3.00 to $4.75 sheep $2.50 to $4.50 wheat. No. 2, 84c to 85c Corn. No. 2 mixed 54c to 55c Oats. No. 2 mixed 32c to 32%c Rye. No. 2, 74c to 76c. Detroit cattle $2.50 to $5.75 hogs $4.00 to $4.75 sheep $2.00 to $4.50 wheat no. 2 red 79c to 81c Corn. No. 2 yellow 54c to 55c Oats. No. 2 White 34c to 36c Rye 69c to 71c. Toledo wheat no. 2 red 80c to 81c Corn no. 2 mixed 54c to 55c Oats. No. 2 White 33c to 346 Rye no. 2, 69c to 71c. Buffalo cattle $2.50 to $6.50 hogs $3.00 to $5.00 sheep $3.00 to $5.25 wheat. No. 1 hard 83c to 85c Corn. No. 2 yellow 59c to 60c Oats no. 2 White 36c to 37c. Milwaukee wheat no. 2 Spring 76c to 77c com. No. 3, 53c to 55c Oats. No. 2 White 32c to 33c Barley no. 2, 49c to 51c Rye. No. 1, 67c to 68c pork mess $12.00 to $12.50. New York cattle $3.00 to $6.50 hogs $4.00 to $5.25 sheep $3.00 to $5.25 wheat. No. 2 red 79c to 80c Corn. No. 2, 58c to Goc Oats no. 2 White 36c to 38c butter Creamery 13c to 19c eggs Wco Stern. 13o to lie. Got a baby boy now. Half less in a Southern Man a Hom a tells about the red Flag of danger at the Railroad Croas Iuis warning to americans men. A for Twenty six years i in a used to Bacco in great quantities and of late year took to cigarette smoking writes i w. B. Simpson of Lecompte la. 1 want to go on record that tobacco has robbed me of Many years of life and a great Deal of happiness. I realize it now As i compare my feelings and my condition with that of a year ago when i waa a tobacco saturated cigarette fiend. Manju and Many a time did i try to quit smoking myself into eternity but i could not put through a Day without suffering extreme nervous torture which would increase hour by hour till finally to save myself As it seemed from almost flying to pieces i had to Light the Little White pipe stick and Swallow the smoke. One Day i read in my paper a a done to tobacco spit and smoke your life away a just what i was doing. It came to me like the warning of the Man who Waves the red Flag of danger at the Railroad crossing and said that no to Bac was an absolutely guaranteed Relief from tobacco slavery. I did not believe it but like a drown using Man grasping at a Straw i commenced taking no to Bac. The effects were magical it destroyed the nerve craving and desire for cigarettes. Two boxes would you believe it made me Well and Strong. I have gained mentally physically in vigor and manhood and with the brain free from the nicotine and a breath no longer be fouled with tobacco smoke i am so Happy to Day to write no to Bac did it All a year ago so the cure is time tested and tried n it Only in my own i Case but several of my friends who have also been cured. We have a baby boy no a a my wife and i feel that All this happiness started from the time when i first esed no of Bac and in evidence of our appreciation and in order that the memory of the happiness May be perpetuated in a living form we want to name our baby Box after the Man who wrote the Lino a Don t tobacco spit and Smollie your lift no to Bac is popular Here and All our druggists sell it. Hardly a Day passes but somebody asks me about no to Bai 60 i done to want you to hesitate to use these lines in any Way that you think will make known to suffering humanity the happiness that there a in no to Bac foe the Many men with nicotine sized brains and weakened resolutions. If they will Only make up their mind to save the waste of vital Power to say nothing of the Money a now going up in smoke and out in tobacco spit. A Good Jbea Ltd. Sub editor a Cori Esix it Dent sends Lis a full account of a cd it cd fight with photographs of the steel spurs used the cock pit spectators Birds in Battle etc., with every round described great editor glorious get it All n. Sub editor doubtfully a Cut this 1� a family paper. Great editor be so a know. Hea j it a a brutal sport where were the policed a new York week. Reduced rates Are authorized by the Nickel plate Road to the following conventions 1. German baptists May 28th to june 8th, Decatur 111. 2. Commercial traveler May 31st to a june 1st, Columbus Ohio. 3. Knights of Honor june to amp the to 19th, new York City. 4. Epworth league june 25 sch to 30th, Chattanooga Tenn. A the outcome of some matrimonial ventures says the Harlem philosopher a depends Lara Joe or Usu Ojo the in _ National Decca Tiona. Association meeting. Oenver colo., july 5 to 12, 1895. For this occasion the Wabash Railroad has made a rate of one fare for the round trip to Denver plus $2.00, added for Mem i be ship fee. For full particulars in regard to this meeting time of trains rates route etc., Call upon or write to any representative of the Wabash r. R., or connecting lines or S. Crane Gene a pass. Amp tit agt., Wabash r. R., St. Louis to. Windsor fax Al in used As a Royal residence for 7s4 years Home seekers excursion to the West Northwest and Southwest May 21st and june 11th at Low rates. Ask agents of the Nickel plate Roach remember we offer a perfect passenger service with through sleeping cars hew in Chicago Buffalo new York and Boston. Although a woman age is undo a ably her own she does not own it. Coloured porters have been placed in charge of Dav coaches on through trains of the n Nickel Platt Road to usme perfectly Jlean cars in out for Breakers ahead when pimples eruptions boils and like manifestations of impure blood appear. The a would appear if your blood were pure and your sys tem in the right condition. They show you what you need a Good blood purifier that a what you get when you take or. Pierces Golden medical discovery. It carries health with it All blood skin and Scalp diseases from a common Blotch or eruption to the worst scr Fula Are cured by it. It invigorates the liver and rouses every Organ into healthful action. In the most stubborn forms of skin diseases such As Salt Rheum eczema Tetter Erysipelas boils and Kindred ailments and scr Fula it is an unequalled remedy. Mavrova Thomas p. Simpson Wanho Rifton Pil tril i a d No ats fee until file Nob in i in a w trained. Write fur ii it i

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