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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - May 31, 2012, Fort Wayne, Indiana Monroeville ind. The wide world. A Catalogne of the weeks important occurrences concisely. Summarize intelligence by electric wire from every Quarter of the civilized world. The text latest 1jy Telegraph. Dlaine say the new York Tribune prints the following. Paris. May 17, 1888. Whitelaw Reid esq., editor new York Tribune. My Dah sir since my return to Paris from Southern Italy on the 8tli inst i have Learned a what i did not before believe that my Namo nay yet be presented to the National Conven Ion As a candidate for the presidential nomination for the Republican party. A single phrase of my letter of january 25 from Florence which Ivas decisive of everything i had the personal a it ver to decide has been treated by Many of a most valued friends us not absolutely Eon elusive ill ultimate mid possible contingencies. In tie other hand. Friends equally devoted and uninterested have Lam trued Ziy letter As it hoi ild be construed to be an unconditional Iritha ohling of my Niue in from the National Contention. They live in consequence Given heir support to eminent gentlemen who Are candidates for the clinic Vigo nomination some f whom would not 1 am sure have consented of assume Tomt position if 1 had desired to represent the party in the presidential contest of lists. I 1 should now. By speech or by silence by commission or omission permit my name in 3ny event to come before the convention i should incur the reproach of being Uncan did Putli those who have always been candid with be. 1 speak therefore because i am not wiling to remain in a doubtful attitude. I am not a villing to be the cause of misleading a single uan among the millions who have Given to heir sul trages and their Confidence. I am not a villing that even one of my faithful supporters a tie past should think me capable of altering .11 a double sense with my words. Assuming that he presidential nomination could by any possible Chance be uttered to me 1 cannot accept it vital out leaving in tie minds of thousands of Liese men tie impression that 1 had not been ree from indirection and therefore 1 could not accept it at All. The misrepresent ions of malice have no weight but the just displeasure of friends i could not patiently ensure. Republican Victory the prospects of Vicli grow brighter every Day. Can be imperilled Only by Luck of Unity in Council or by i acrimonious contest Over men. The Issue of Protection is incalculably stronger and greater Han any Man for it concerns the Prosperity of lie present and of the generations to come. Were to possible for every voter of the Republic to see for himself the condition and recompense of labor in Europe the party of free Trade in the United state s would not receive the support of one wage worker Between the two oceans. It May not be directly in our Power As philanthropists to elevated the european labourer but it will be a lasting stigma upon our statesmanship if we permit the american labourer to to forced Down to the european level and in Tho my the rewards of labor everywhere will to advanced if we steadily refuse to lower Tho Standard at Home. Yours very sincerely Jamks g. Blaine. Senator White. Tie Louisana legislature Lias elected Tudge f. 1>. Quot White United states senator from that state. Must show a lib air hands. It is stated in Catholic circles Liat tie Irish Bishops have been notified from Rome that immediate consideration and explanation of their attitude in relation to the papal Prescript is necessary. Ii ainu out of the Kace the new York world a in a double leaded editorial will say. A we repent with absolute Confidence that or. Blaine is out of the race. Our Republican friends May accept this information As absolutely current events. Ilc neral Sli it riot a a s condition. A Quot Washington special dated Tiluy says Gen. Sheridan s condition to Day has been satisfactory. His pulse respiration. Vigor of mind and body have improved. His sleep has been More Normal and restful and his natural functions Are nearer the line of health. I links Morgan s Case. The Ohio state Board of pardons heard the application of Blinky Morgan for commutation of his sentence to imprisonment for life and recommended to the governor that lie extend the time of execution sixty Days from tune 1, to give them time to examine the Case. The arguments in the Case will lie heard on july 12. Indians led by americans. It has been discovered that a Little band of Apache indians who for the past two years have been committing depredations and murders in the Montezuma District Sonora Are led by two americans named bed Murphy and a professor Sherman. A party who was attacked by the party recently recognized both of the men. A train blown from tie track. During a heavy wind storm that passed Over Western Pennsylvania a passenger train on the Pittsburgh and Western Railroad while running at a High rate of Speed near Clarion station was blown from the track into a ditch alongside. All of the passengers and trainmen were injured some of them seriously. The Road was completely blocked and Tele Rajih poles prostrated for Miles. In re in red Liy a jealous husband. At Pittsburgh John Mulherron n Curbstone setter returning from his work found that George Martin a Shoemaker in a Drunken condition had been carousing around the House All Day. Mulherron ordered Martin to leave. The hitter refused to comply after a Brief scuffle Mulherron seized a pick handle and struck Martin a blow Over the head crushing his Skull. Death was instantaneous. Mulherron remained in the House until arrested. It is stated that Martins frequent visits to Mulher runs House in his absence had excited his jealousy. East. Two Mobe Bishops drs. Newman and Good Selim were elected by the methodist general conference at new York on May 24. Rev. John p. Newman d. D., was born in new York City sept. 1, 1820. He graduated at Cazenovia Seminary in 1816, and entered the ministry of the methodist episcopal Church the same year. He was the editor of the new Orleans advocate from 1bgg to 1869. He was pastor of the metropolitan methodist episcopal Cli urch. Washington d. C., from 186� to 1873, and chaplain of the United states Senate from 3 869 to 1875. He was general Grants pastor from 1809 to 1885. The Rev. Or. Daniel a. Goods Eli is regarded As one of the most conservative ministers of the Cir Orch. He has been for fifteen months Secretary of the Church Board of education. He was bom in Newburg n. Y., in 1849, and his entire ministry has been spent in and around that City. 1 a Philadelphia dispatch says the judges of the License court have completed their work on retail licenses in that City. An official statement of the court s work shows that out of a total of 3,429 applications for retail liquor licenses Only 1,257 were granted. The saloons licensed in 1887 numbered 5,773. Among the notable places refused licenses is Schuetzer Park a famous resort for German picnickers. Or. T. R. Davidson of Buffalo n. Y., formerly City chemist is dead. The methodist general conference at new York elected or. J. M. Thoburn missionary Bishop for India. For Book agents at new York j. M. Phillips and Sanford b. Hunt were re elected and for agents of the Western Book concern at Cincinnati drs. Earl Cranston and w. P. Stowe were chosen. The conference indulged in a lengthy discussion of the Temperance question. The matter was finally settled by the passage of the following Resolution which was ordered placed in the discipline of 1888 we Are unalterably opposed to tie enactment of Laws that propose by License taxing or otherwise to regulate the drink traffic because they provide for its continuance and afford no Protection against its ravages. We hold that the proper attitude of christians toward thin train in is one of uncompromising opposition and while we do not presume to dictate to our people As to their political affiliations to do express Tho opinion that they should not permit themselves to be controlled by it amp try organizations that Aro managed in the interests of Tho liquor train in. We advise Tho members of our Church to Aid in the enforcement of such Laws As no not legalize or endorse the manufacture and Sale of intoxicants to be used As beverages Ana to this end we must favor Tho organisation of Law and order leagues wherever practicable. We proclaim As our motto a voluntary total abstinence from All intoxicants a As tie Quot True ground of personal Temperance and Complete Legal prohibition of Tho Pratlie in intoxicating drinks As the duty of civil governments. Bartlett amp Butman manufacturers of trusses at Boston have failed. The Rev. Or. Lyman Abbott has been elected permanent pastor of Plymouth Church Brooklyn. The Rev. Or. George ii. Purvis of Pittsburg has refused to accept the ecclesiastical chair at Princeton College to which he was recently elected. A Warren Granger for Many years a real estate dealer of Buffalo x. Y., where he was one of the organizers of the Republican party but for the past year a resident of st. Paul minn., is dead at the age of 71. It is said that several prominent members of the present new York Board of aldermen Are Likely to be indicted for offering to sell their votes. A Augusta me dispatch says a the Story of the robbery of or. Blames House in confirmed. The statement is made that in april 18s5, when or. Blaine was away the House was entered and papers in the Library overhauled. Before leaving Home or. Blaine had carefully reviewed All his papers and had taken the papers relating to politics and business and locked them a in his vault. The burglars got Only receipted Bills and letters of West. Mormons had a five Days Jubilee at Manti san Pete county Utah dedicating their third Temple in the territory and now claim that great signs and wonders attended the ceremonies Angel voices singing around the Heads of the speakers and the appearance of the spirits of presidents Brigham Oung John Taylor and j. M. Grant. Fee at Charleston ind., caused by experiments with crude Petroleum As fuel destroyed the Brick factories of 1. Purington a cg., at a loss of �15,1 00. General Trade in Chicago during the past month has not been of such a character As to cause merchants any particular Joy says a special from that City. On the contrary it has had rather a depressing influence. Not that any serious uneasiness is Felt or any prediction of general commercial disaster made but employers have warned their a credit men to watch collections More closely and admonished their a buyers to More carefully weigh the arguments of the Bland and optimistic drummer. In nearly every line a Large falling off is shown compared with the business of the corresponding period in 1887. Merchants ascribe this to several cause. The backward Spring the recent strikes the bad weather and that it is a presidential year. # Boston Corbett the Slayer of John Wilkes Booth president Lincoln a Assassin Soho has been in the state insane Asylum to Topeka kan., made his escape and is it Large. Corbett was taken out with other patients for regular morning exercise about the grounds when a horse saddled and bridled caught his Eye. Springing from the ranks Corbett sprang into the Raddle and was away before the guards would realize what had happened. A heavy hailstorm in Abilene my storms in neighbouring towns did much damage to buildings and to crops in the country. The family of j. A. Allen of Council 3rove, kan., consisting of his Mother wife and two Little girls aged 8 and ii rears were poisoned by arsenic placed in he Coffee pot. The youngest child died Ellen was not affected As he did not drink it of the Coffee and circumstantial evidence Points strongly to him As the perpetrator of a deed. The restaurant privileges in the Centen anal building at Cincinnati Ohio have been awarded to Henry Sayres amp co. Of st. Louis for �18,000. The Money obtained from the Sale of privileges and from the Sale of Wall and floor space it is said will go far toward paying for the new buildings. Erastus Snow one of Ike apostles of the mormon Church at Salt Lake Utah is dead at the age of 70. He was among the earliest converts to Smith and very soon became one of the leading men. South. A Hestki Active Cyclone swept Over Brownton Texas destroying the methodist Baptist and congregational churches and eight dwelling Bouses. One building was carried across the Railroad track and crushed and Amanda Willis coloured who had taken Refuge inside was instantly killed. Eight persons including Tho sheriff and county recorder were fatally injured. The path of the storm was three Hundred Yards wide and everything within those limits crops fences bams outhouses and Trees was swept away. A terrible rain Hail and lightning storm followed. The largest meeting of Kentucky distillers Ever held convened at Louisville. They formulated an agreement to restrict the production of 1888-8 to 11,000,000 Gallons. This is to be allotted among the distilleries according to registered capacity. A permanent committee from which there is an Appeal to arbitration was appointed to have charge of the allotment. A Confidence operator who called himself a lab Vidigal a and said he was the holy one appointed to Lead them to Paradise won Many followers among the negroes in Green county Georgia. About the time he ran away with their Money they discovered that he was far from being holy and they caught him and tying him to a tree lashed him until he was at the Point of death. He cannot recover. Enji weeks of the Tennessee steel and Iron company working near Abingdon tenn., were attacked by a body of settlers their guards routed and two of them killed. Great trouble is cause is a dispute Over some land which both the settlers and the company claim. In the Southern presbyterian Assembly at Baltimore on the 28th ult., the Rev. Or. Strickler of the committee on Bills and overtures presented a report on organic Union of the Northern and Southern presbyterian churches. Ten of the presbyteries opposed such Union while others wish co operation in Christian work which can Only be accomplished by organic Union. The obstacles which have heretofore appeared against organic Union have not been removed and it is deemed Best for the Southern Church to remain separate. Or. Birkhead offered As a substitute for the report a Resolution to continue the committee on conference with the Northern Assembly in regard to organic Union and report at the next meeting of the general Assembly. It was rejected. No vote on the main question was reached. Washington. The Corner Stone of the divinity building of the great Catholic University toward the establishment of which miss Mary g. Caldwell donated $300,000, has been Laid in Washington. The plan of the University contemplates the erection of at least seven great buildings. President Cleveland and a Large gathering of eminent Catholic prelates participated in the ceremonies. The chief address was delivered by Bishop Spalding of Peoria. Mrs. Alice Martin who was one of the most prominent army nurses during the War died in Washington last week. She was the widow of a Soldier of the third Pennsylvania regiment who died from his wounds in lsf>7. She was one of the first nurses from that state and went immediately to the front and was the woman who refused to leave a her boys Quot at White House Landing when at the Advance after the Battle of the wilderness they were to leave part of the wounded who would fall into the hands of the enemy. Foreign. The German government has issued a decree imposing strict regulations upon travellers entering Alsace Lorraine from France. Every person must have a passport Vised by the German ambassador at Paris and foreigners neglecting this requirement will be prevented from continuing their journey and very Likely escorted Back across the Frontier. The Only persons exempt from these restrictions Are germans arriving from prance and inhabitants of Frontier districts entering Alsace Lorraine on business and even they must satisfy the Frontier police that they Are what they profess to be. The parliamentary election at Southampton resulted in a Victory for the liberals or. Evans Liberal receiving 5,151 votes and or. Guest conservative 3,2 >6. The vacancy was caused by the promotion of Admiral commell a conservative to the command at Portsmouth. The news of the Liberal Victory caused a sensation in London. The conservatives had made strenuous efforts to retain the seat. Or. Evans was absent in America during the Progress of the canvass but his wife and son worked hard in his behalf. The vote at the last election when two members were chosen stood Giles conservative5,023 Admiral commell conservative4,72 it j. H. Cook Home ruler4,386 a c. Mckoane Home ruler4,209. The Gladston ians Are jubilant Over the result which they consider the greatest tory rout since the last general election. Two of the grandchildren of Queen Victoria celebrated her birthday by Wedlock. Prince Henry and Princess Irene were married at Berlin amid the booming of Cannon and the cheering of multitudes of people. The emperor and the dowager Empress and a Large number of princes and princesses of the blood witnessed the ceremony. Prince Henry wa3 born aug. 14, lbg�?~2, and is consequently in his 26th year. He is a son of the emperor Frederick Iii., and is the third child of that potentate and the Empress Victoria who is a daughter of the August lady under whom flourishes the British Empire. Princess Irene is the third daughter of Louis iv., reigning grand Duke of Hesse who was made a widower dec. 14, 1878, by the death of his wife the Princess Alice Sec Ond daughter of Queen Victoria of great Britain and Ireland. Bishop of Dwyer says a Dublin dispatch has sent a letter to the mayor of Limerick giving warning that catholics who attend the sunday league meetings will be guilty of a grievous sin in View of the admonitions of the papal Prescript. The Bishop regrets that the National organization should be risked for the Sake of upholding the plan of Campaign which is condemned by both or. Gladstone and or. Parnell. The letter has caused a sensation in Ireland. A Cable dispatch says that a fall jews excepting merchants of tie first Guild have been _ ordered to quit Moscow within a fortnight. Over two Hundred expelled jews have passed through Cracow in route to a st. Petersburg Telegram says that the City of Samarkand was the scene of great rejoicing Over the opening of the new railway to the Caspian sea. Salvos of artillery greeted the arrival of the first train upon which were general Annen Koff and a notable company. The formal opening will take place on the anniversary of the Coronation of Alexander Iii. General at a meeting of the directors of the mexican Central Railroad company held in Boston an increase of capital of $2,-000,000 was voted about ,500,000 was to replace Stock that had been borrowed and sold for funds applied to the construction of the Guadalajara and Tampico division leaving about $500,000 in the Treasury. Matthew Arnold a will which is dated july 1883, and which consists of a single clause leaves everything to the wife. The estate is valued at so,200. Negotiations for the Sale of heading railway Bonds have been closed and it is said that the Bonds sold amount to s26,-000,000. The new Gas Ometer at the Gas works at hoche Laga two Miles from Montreal exploded Chising the loss of four lives. One poor fellow had his Chest completely crushed in. Bricks were blown fifty to one Hundred feet on All sides. The names of the victims Are Joseph Angel John Angel Samuel Mcfee and Samuel Bell. The National signal service crop bulletin says that the weather during last week was generally favourable to the states of the Mississippi Valley resulting in general improvement of the crop conditions. The continued Rains have retarded farm work in the Middle Atlantic states but the conditions of wheat Rye Oats and grass have been improved. Slight injury is reported from Frost m new Jersey Ohio Indiana and Michigan. Reports from new England indicate that the season is about two weeks late and that the temperature and rainfall for the week Are below the average. The business report for Tho week indicates that a slight depression is Felt in several lines. It is least noted in the hardware Trade. The shoe and clothing trades Are very Dull. The Illinois Board of agriculture in its crop report says that the rainfall during the week was general throughout the state. The condition of Corn Lias improved As has that of Spring wheat. Quot Winter wheat however shows Little or no gain. The prospects for other crops Are Good. Fatalities and disasters from rain wind and Hail storms Are reported from various parts of the country. Near new Orleans la., a tent in which a dozen people had taken Refuge from the rain was struck by lightning and one Man killed and ten injured one of them mortally. Near Beatrice neb., two children who with their Mother were trying to escape a threatened Rise of the Stream on which they lived fell into a Gully while going to higher ground in the dark and were drowned and three children who were swept away by the swollen Hood of Solomon Creek in Kansas were also drowned. Great damage was done by Hail and lightning in various parts of Kansas and at Des Moines Low. At Canton Ohio buildings wore blown Down by the High wind and losses amounting to s 70,000 caused. The heavy Rains flooded farm lands and did great damage to crops in Many parts of Illinois Wisconsin and Indiana. Market reports. Chicago. Cattle a Choice to prime steers Good. Co1� s and heifers. Hoosz shipping tirades. Si1kk1�?o. Nah Kate no. 2 lied. Cohn a no. 2. Datsy no. 2 no. 2 Wjk to Kkt a Lioio Creamery. La Ino i airy. Ull Cream that. Ecos fresh. In stat oks Choice per in. 1�?Tokk�?mess. Milwaukee. Wheat june. Cohns no. .1. Oats no. 2 White. Kyd no. 1. Halky no. -2. . Toledo. We Kate Cash. Cohns Cash. Oats Cash. Clov Kic ski a. St. Louis. Wheat no. 2 item. Cohns mixed. Oats Cash. Rye. Baulky. Pork Mesa. New York. Cattle. Hous. Slick a. Wheat no. 2 red. Itne no. A. Oats Whire. Rock a new mess. Detroit. . Hoos. Shkop. Wheat no. 2 let de. Cohns no. 2 Oats no. 2 White. Indianapolis. 4.2.2.7 a 5.2.� 3.50 to .71 .20 .18 .08 a in i 11.25 it 5.15 4.7. A i g.0�o Ltd 4.5l> it ill ,7 .7 1 .21 .11� of y i .85 11.75 us .8. 4 .57 Oti .66 14.25 ii it 14.75 .8 5 Ltd i it .38 a a a .05 Ltd .05 a a 9t .05 a a a a 4.45 a a 1.40 cattle. Hogs Shnte. Lambs. Of ova i .90 ,54 4i �?~4 .55 5 .37i7% .60 a .02 .80 .85 14.75 315.25 4.50 a 5.50 5.50 i 6.25 5.50 it Al 0.50j5v�.4 .97 $ .07 .42 .47 15.25 f 15.75 4.00 t�6 5.2� 5.00 �1 5.75 4.50 to ij.75 .58�?T.> �?~0 .50,5 .40 a .41 4.50 a 7.50 5.25 6.00 4.00 1�. 5.25 4.50 a 5.25 cattle. Hof a. Buffalo. Sheep. Wheat no. 2 red Winter. La Ohn a yellow. East Liberty. Cattle prime. Fair. Common. Hogs. Sheep. Iiams. 4.03 5.00 0.00 .96 .00 5.00 4 50 4.00 5.50 5.0j 5.0j it 5.00 i Fly 6.00 m. 7.25 a .96 .61 i<1i 5.25 cd 5.00 lit 4.75 of 6.25 a a a 5.75 Indiana news. A Edward Chamberlain the murderer of Ida Wittenberg of Reynolds William cat Terson and Alfred Benson Highway men it jail at Monticello overpowered the sheriff. Joseph Henderson badly injuring him with an irom bar and made their escape. Chamberlain after wandering through the Woods for two Days went to the Home of his Uncle near Reynolds where he was captured am returned to jail at 3ionticello. The excitement was so High and fears of Lynching so great that the Deputy a sheriff called on the governor for troops who immediately ordered the Delphi company to guard the jail and they Are now on duty. The situation has been greatly agg Riv item by the presence of this Force and there is no telling what time will bring Forth. No sympathy is expressed for Chamberlain. The letter he left in the jail when he escaped in which he gloats Over the murderer of the Quot Wittenberg girl shows that he is desperately depraved. A the cutworms have appeared neat Princeton. Noblesville also is complaining. A the wheat of Gibson county in in fairly Good condition. A the opening of the summer term of the supreme court develops the fact that the court is hopelessly behind with its work and cases Are constantly increasing. The docket now contains let so cases. When the last term opened there were 1,047 and 2u7 were disposed of so that More new cases have been filed than were disposed of. The constant increase of cases and the inability of the court to do the work is creating much dissatisfaction in All parts of the state. A ten men working at draining a Small Lake for John Zulauf have been driven from their quarters in an old Brick House two Miles East of Jeffersonville by alleged ghosts. For a number of nights the soul of people walking Over floors groaning clanking of chains and sudden flashes of Light made sleep impossible. An Effort to find the causes failed. A a Logansport has tried to find natural Gas seven times and failed. Mrs. A. J. Coffman of Richmond employed two coloured men to beat a carpet under which she had secreted the Money is missing. A gov. A Ray has appointed thu c. My Kim Surveyor of la Erry county. A at a Point six Miles West of logans port and Oast bound Wabash passenger train ran Over and killed Adam Alumbaugh. Ilium Atigh was on his Way to his farm lie was an old settler years of age. A la i e destroyed eighteen Lar a Sheds and a lot of valuable machinery in a Brickyard. At Chesterton. Loss1 a a Hgt. The tire originated from an Experiment to Burn Brick with crude Oil. A a Large representation of the touring Mill men of Johnson sheiby Hancock. Henry Wayne Fayette and Lush counties met at the court House in Llu Sivilio and effected a permanent organization. The organization will be known As the District Millers association a and starts out with the following Roll of officers or. Brule of Greenfield president Young of Lush Vilic vice president j. A. Thompson of Edinburg Secretary and treasurer and Edward Elliott of Shelbyville corresponding Secretary. Their meetings will be held regularly in Rushville and their next coming together will take place on june 20. A William Liro oks of Columbus aged �?~2d, a snare drummer played All Day in the baud at the races and died suddenly of Haemorrhage. A Alexander Wier an old citizen of Montgomery county was thrown from his Wagon by the vehicle plunging into a Thuch Bole in the Road. The a on passed Over his body breaking Iii Arm so that the Bone protruded and also t leaking his jaw. As he is an old Man be will probably tie. The it it Ici also and a conductor so Mutual association of Quot Indianapolis j ays it 2�?T� a week to a member who becomes so disabled As to until him for duty and s i it to his be Al heir in Case of death. The membership fee is it a a it a year. A Oliver Dyer has begun suit to recover s�?~2,-"� to against Miami Lodge i. O. O. 1. He claims Over six years sick benefits from the Lodge and the Encampment based upon the fact of partial disability from rheumatism. Tho Lodge officials say that his disability has never been such As to place him upon the permanent sick roil. A messes. S. G. Hamilton John and John Llo Binson prominent stockholders in the Bellaire Glass factory of Bellaire o., have formed a partnership with or. James Joyce of Muncie and will immediately put in an entirely new Plant in or. Ponies addition. The Bellaire gentlemen represent about seventy Fie thousand dollars capital that they will invest in the building and the works. A Adam Stumbaugh a Farmer 40 years old with a family living near cry Mere a station was run Over by a Bash train near that station this morning cutting off both legs. He died about one hour Niter. A Robert Darlow of Grant u years old fell off the i. A st. E train one mile from his Home and was instantly killed. A Edward Cassell was drowned while fishing near Marion. A Cut Worms have reached Shelby Corn. A John tits Worth fell through a Hatchway in Rockville and will probably die As he is very old and infirm a Pulley broke in Coleman a factory Veedersburg and the rope struck a bystander and killed him instantly. He name could not be ascertained. A John Reynolds of , jumped on a passing freight train on the It 31. Road and missing his hold fell and the Cut his leg off

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