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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - October 20, 1892, Fort Wayne, Indiana A Corn and potato crops. A Monrote i . Ital a. T8i>2 october. 1802 sumo to we the for a m m a 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 80 31 a a e a full of flesh facts. All relating to people and things in the world. To Vire to it Raj Mutryn fall seven Hind Refl i Cetz in Fly Ltd clip Imago s Jiva it Siul suburb visited let a a Quot Ircy a amblers kill Liach other fatal fire a Plaia City o. Fatai. Flames. I Englc Wool clime ago s Beautiful suburb visited by a costly fire. Chic�,1 0 special Twenty buildings Bikini i to Trio around. Involving a loss of , and two Liu Niau lives crushed out. A to Tho appalling in results of the Firo at Enki Wood. A suburb of this City. The Liaina Brol to out at 4 a o clock a. M. In Ulicini a Tael for s Aliory 017 sixty third Siitam to acid based for nearly three hours. For Citi not it seemed As if the Gallant of Forrs of the lir Nie i to Conli Ini Tuo Witlin the Block in which it started would be futile and the fill ire business portion of the Little City was Tiro atoned with destruction. After two Iio is of hard and desperate , How ver the lire Nien succeeded in the tire Liend and by a o clock the flames a Cir Well under control. Car As known but two lives were loss. I Ney Are irs. Ada Butler hotel k ent. Sixty third and Leonore streets killed by jumping Frojm a third Story win ibid. bruised and mangled Laksmi 10 the county morgue. John Howard a incr sixty third and Wright Street burned in Hahnn i c Jaeger s bake re body taken to Hornig s morgue. It a f Ivin in i Ini i it Milit ions. It of it i a item it in Kansas Over Trio a Barcli Lor tie Quantrell treas i e. K Ai Isas City to special there is a \ at of excitement across the Stato line in Wyandotte just now Over a search Liat is being made for a 000,000 treasure of Gold and jewels that was hidden by the i Imus a Cantrell gang years ago. The search is continuing night and Day in the Mcalpine addition to Ivanas City Kan., and several Towa lots have already Becu torn up by the diggers. An armed guard of Niji some of Thein masked is kept Abt iut the place and no one is Al Law i on the ground under penalty of but eng arrested for trespass. Years bet re the War a gang of Des i Prad infested Eastern Kansas and every traveler stood a Chance of being relieved of his earnings of Gold dust upon reaching the Border. One of the victims of the gang whose name is unknown make a plat of the ground where the trea it Urr it was buried and a month ago he Indus cd s. X. Simpson j. Wyatt w. Sion and n. M. Tur Vinance to organize a company and work for that Money that he says to knows to to buried. It Iii to it to Millers fall seven hum red feet. A special from Bessemer. Imich., says by the giving Way of a Brake at thu Colby Ohio when the Day shift was going Down the Cage containing Nineteen men dashed Down Over 700 feet to the Bottom. One Man was instantly killed and the balance All had legs broken. One had a lip mashed and any were injured internally. It is impossible to Tell at this time How Many Are fatally injured but it is thought that at least four will die. They were using a Patent Cage provided with safety catches which i refused to work when needed. Burned to death. Two deaths from burning occurred at Philadelphia. Recently. Mrs. Lizzie Wagner aged ,35 years died at the Hospital from injuries received while attempting to extinguish the burning clothes of a servant which had caught fire from a gasoline explosion. Or. Wagner was also seriously burned but he and the servant will recover. Mrs. Annie Clark died at the Ali Anicic Hospital from Burns received by the inciting of a match in. The parlor of her Home. Fatal Dyn Auito explosion. Seventy give pounds of dynamite exploded on a government dredge boat six Miles below Chattanooga tenn., tearing the deck of the boat and sinking it. Charles inn s head was blown off and two labourers named Sharp and Thompson were fatally injured. kill Kali other. At Canton. Ohio John Ells stranger was shot above the heart and in the right breast by Robert Obernesser. Scott Smith was also shot and will die. The shooting was caused by a dispute Over a game of . Fire at pain City lilo. Fire broke out in Sherwood s hotel a Iain City Ohio and destroyed that Structure together with three dwellings. Henry Kahler was probably fatally in a Alired by falling Walls. Loss $1 5,000. A truck Silver. It is announced that a vein of very Rich Silver and Lead Ore has been discovered at Segar in the Cheyenne and Arapahoe country. The banners review reports their con Dilion generally poor. The Corn crop is in poor shape quite generally throughout the eleven states covered by our report says the Farmers review for this week. In Illinois More than one half of the correspondents report that the crop will in their counties fall below three fourths of an average the rest report from three fourths to an average. In Indiana and Mac Lilian the condition is about the same. In Ohio half of the correspondents say that the crop will be a full average while most of the others report two thirds or three fourths crop. In Kentucky half report a full average while most of the others report above three fourths. In Missouri Iowa Wisconsin and Minnesota the Outlook is Good for nearly a full crop. In Kansas the cd noltion is decidedly poor and will fall a Good Deal below a three fourths crop. The general condition in Nebraska is fair and in Dakota the crop will be nearly an average one. The potato , Early and late taken together Aro very poor. In not one Coli qty in five of the states mentioned will there be an average crop. In Illinois 90 per cent of the correspondents report that the crop is very poor in Many cases almost a Complete failure. A nearly similar state of affairs exists in Indiana Missouri Kansas Nebraska Iowa and Wisconsin. In Ohio and Michigan the crop Are slightly better about two thirds of the counties reporting from a three fourths to a full crop. Kentucky reports a full average crop in Al out half of the counties. In Minnesota about one third of the counties will yield an average crop but in most of the others it is decidedly poor. More t Han half of the correspondents in Dakota report a full crop sight express held up. Two masked robbers loot the express car near Caney Kan. The night express on the Denver Branch of the Missouri Pacific Kail Way was held up and the express car robbed Between Caney and Tyro. Kan., at Midnight by two masked men. When the train stopped at Caney at 11 o clock one of the robbers secreted himself on tie Forward platform of the combination express and baggage car. Shortly after leaving Caney the robber climbed Over the tender and presenting a heavy revolver ordered the Engineer to Stop the train. The Engineer brought Trio train to a standstill and tie robber Cut the combination car from the train and compelled the Engineer to draw tie car to a deep Cut about half a mile farther East. Hero the other robber made his appearance and both began firing to Weir revolvers. The express messenger was ordered to open tie door of the car and after several shots were fired through the panels to coins lion. One of the robbers entered the car while the other remained on guard outside. The pics it Tiger opened the Safe and the robber hastily grabbing the pm Kages and envelopes which it contained placed them in a Small Sac a and jumped from the car. They then ordered the Engineer to Back the car to where the train was left standing and after firing a few More shots As a warning disappeared in the Darlene is. Both robbers wore heavy Black masks and their clothing avas spattered with mud indicating that they were mounted and had Ridden hard. Will Lee on the Pacific co is. Next place of meeting of the congregationalists. The Council at Minneapolis relieved the sobered parts of its work by allowing the advocates of the different cities who wanted the next meeting to speak in favor of their respective cities. The matter came up on the report of the committee on place and time of next meeting which was in favor of the next meeting being held on the Pacific coast either at an Francisco or Tacoma. Or. Brown of san Francisco took occasion to say that the City of san Francisco had Long waited for the holding of this or some other body of the Church and to hoped now that the Council would decide on his City. They had done Well to come to this Eastern City of Minneapolis falsely called a Western City. It was 500 Miles East of the Center of the country. Or. Hallock of Tacoma made a speech in favor of his City which he said would give s10,000 to entertain the Council. Grand rapids mich., was represented by lie v. James e. Smith but the Council voted by a Large majority to meet on the Pacific coast at a Point to be decided upon by the provisional committee after further consideration. Life l.,Ost in the storm. Between Colorado Springs and the Kansas line near Falcon the track Walker was Frozen to death. Near Mattson a flock of 300 sheep were found dead and the dead body of the Herder was a Hundred Yards away. Engineer Leeman running a Snow plow was seriously injured by a piece of the plow crashing through the cab striking him in the breast it is reported that 300 Bead of cattle were Frozen to death Between Colorado and Lyndon. The Rock Island had two Snow plows one of them a rotary disabled in the in Argentine. Dispatches from Buenos Ayres say that Senor Luis Saenz Pena took the oath of office As president of the Republic. Everything was quiet a the City despite the fears of trouble. Police and soldiers were on guard about the Halls of Congress and the whole City was Well guarded Aud preparations were taken to prevent any rioting. President Pena announces that the rights of local self government in the provinces will not be interfered with except in cases where grave troubles Ueen decided. The now York legislative apportionment Law has been declared constitutional by the court of appeals. The court is unanimous upon All the questions except those in judge Andrews opinion. Judge Andrews writes a dissenting opinion holding the apportionment Law to be unconstitutional in which judge Finch Liot Kiu us sinus. Judge theodius Botkin who was prominent in the recent county seat War in Stevens county Kansas has resigned. Judge Botkin was the subject of impeachment proceedings but came oat Victor. Pension fraud. Samuel w. Green of Wells me., is in jail rat Dover. N. H., charged with fraudulently ecu Rick a girls a miserly father and gain a times in a train fatal explosion a would t wed on Friday Iron Hall sharper temporarily escape an Iron the Throat of his Bride. Mrs. Christopher Hyton a Minneapolis Bride of two weeks was killed by her husband who Cut her Throat from ear to ear with a razor. Hyton has disappeared he told other occupants of the House whom he met on the Way out that his wife was Iii and that to was going for a doctor. On the step of a Back stairway was found the razor with which the work was done. No cause for the deed can be ascertained and by ton s relatives Are endeavouring to make out a Case of lives Weke Davis gives Iron Hall official released on a Bond of 820,000. Supreme cashier Davis indicted at Indianapolis for embezzlement in connection with Somerby and other Iron Hall officers surrendered to the sheriff saying that he wanted to give Bond. The formal writ of arrest was read to him and he was informed that the court had fixed his Bond at $20,000. He was very much surprised at the amount and protested against it but was blandly informed that he could give it or go to jail. He was placed in charge of a Deputy sheriff and after trying a number of friends finally secured three Bondsmen and was released from custody. Telegrams were received by attorneys there from Younghusband and Rouse retaining them in the cases and asking about the Bond. Asda a is was required to give bail in the sum of $20,000, it is supposed that like Ball will be demanded in each with knives and pistols. Fatal Battle Between negroes on a railway train four negroes passengers on a northbound Missouri Kansas Aud Texas train became involved in a Row Over a game of craps near Boonville mo., and a Battle with knives and pistols followed. Frank Wheaton was shot through the Abdomen and will die. Sim Clark was stabbed near the heart and is believed to be fatally injured. John Searcey who did the shooting was turned Over to the Shemilt when the train reached Boonville but made an attempt to escape and shot five times at a policeman before to was captured. The fourth negro escaped and his name is not known. The quartet claim to live in Moberly and were returning Home from Kansas where they had been working on a helps a miser s children. A Fortune of Many thousand dollars is lir ought to Light. About thirty years ago a freight train was wrecked at Seaford Del one of the Box cars was thrown off the track but not much damaged. It was bought for a few dollars by a Man named John Allen who had since lived in it and reared a Large family. Allen came to to known All Over that Section As a Raiser. The other Day he died. A committee was appointed by the orphans court to take an inventory of Allen s effects and found Bank and Railroad stocks amounting to thousands of dollars and an Ola Box holding nearly $20,000 in Gold Coin. Allen had three daughters who were compelled to live out at service doing Kitchen . Paul s presbytery divided. A fight of i Ive years standing finally ended at Duluth. At the first business session of the annual meeting of the Minnesota state presbyterian Synod at Duluth the feature of the work was the struggle on the question of dividing the presbytery of St Paul. The debate lasted Over two hours and was very warm. The Minneapolis delegates however won the Day. The vote stood 58 for division. 34 against. The now presbytery created is called the presbytery of Minneapolis. It comprises Hennepin Wright Carver. Mcleod and Sibley counties. The St. Paul presbytery is now comprised of Ramsey Chic go Washington Anoka Sherburne Lisanti Dakota. Scott Rico and Goodhue counties. The fight has been on for the last five suspected of murder. Intense excitement prevails among los Angeles. Cal., Spanish americans Over the murder of the boy Fernando Quijada Sou of a Well known Farmer and property owner. The lad s body was discovered in a cesspool in Chinatown. The Coroner s inquest showed death was caused by strangling. It is believed the boy was enticed by a chinaman into an opium joint and there murdered. Unless the murderer is produced vigilantes will make things Lively in forgot it was Friday. At Sioux Falls s. D., the wedding of Paul Wilkes and mrs. Archie Mackay of new York was set for Friday but at a late hour was postponed until the next morning. It occurred to the contracting parties that Friday was said to be an unlucky Day and it was decided to let the affair go Over. The couple have Only been acquainted three months. Or. Wilkes father at first was strongly opposed to the match. The prospective Groom is an actor. Mrs. Mackay will not go upon the continue Large. R. G. Dun amp Ca 3 weekly review of Trade says Quot once More it must be said that Trade indications Are entirely favourable. Even the shrinkage in exports has caused an increase of 51,500,000 appearing Here last week while imports continue surprisingly Largo and foreign Exchange by irked in the ruins. The pulp Mill at Orono Meas Cuil plot Ely wrecked by an explosion. Ten persons Are reported burled in the ruins. One dead body has already been taken on the track. William a. Barker a wealthy and aged citizen of Providence h. To was found on the Railroad track near East Greer wich mutilated and the bodies recovered at the Sterling run Coll Era. Late dispatches say the number of men killed and injured by the explosion of Gas at the Philadelphia and Reading company s Sterling run Colliery at Shamokin is Nowka own to be eleven. Of these five Are dead and the remaining six so badly burned and mutilated that Small Hopes for their recovery Aro entertained. When the explosion occurred it was accompanied by a very heavy fall of Coal Rock and debris which entombed five of the miners. A rescuing band was at once organized but owing to the unsafe condition of that part of the Mino in which he explosion occurred and the presence of Black Damp their Progress was necessarily slow. Relief parties were formed and Early a the morning the last body was reached and brought to the surface. Many narrow escapes wore made by miners working in parts of the mine near where the explosion occurred but All the men Are now men , concealed in ambush. Fire on a party of Nativo Otti cers. A special dispatch from Calcutta says that trouble has again broken out with the chins in the Northern Chin Hills. A body of chins Ani Duslier themselves at a Point six Miles from fort White and fired Lipon the escort of a number of native officers killing seventeen of them. A Small Force under command of capt. Caulfield was sent to search for the Bodie for the purpose of burying them. This Force found that the chins had deserted their Village and were lying in ambush Only two Miles from fort White. The knowledge prevented another massacre. The British Force advanced cautiously with a skirmish line and succeeded in routing the chins from their hiding place. They made a stand further on and a skirmish was in Progress at the time of sending this dispatch. Reinforcements for the British have been dispatched from Mandalay. They expected the Dalton. Reports had been current since the Slaughter of the robbers that friends of the Dalton were organizing in the Indian territory to make a raid on Colleyville avenge the killing of the outlaws and carry Oil Quot Emmet Dalton. The surviving member of the gang who is recovering despite four wounds from Winc Liester rifles. Telegrams were sent to mayor Gregory at i Parsons Kan., stating that the bandits i were advancing on Colleyville and calling j for Aid. A special train carrying fifty men armed to the Teeth was about to Start when a message was received that assistance was not tie Cess Ira. The was abandoned and it is now regarded As improbable that any assault will be made to wreak revenge or to secure the wounded robber. Estimated at si4 ,00 ,000. The committee of one Hundred on the new York Columbus Celebration have As was to live been expected exceeded the appropriations made by the City and state of 550,000 and respect Lovely but they have now on hand almost enough a to cover the expenses of the Celebration to the City without counting the Money coming from the Sale of programmes and of seats in the stands. Tie City expended in the Celebration not less than 54,000,000.tliey blew out thu it is. At Des Moines mrs. Lizzie Stephens and Sou Albert of Cawker City Kan., had rooms at the Aburn House. They had never seen Gas before and both blew it out. Mrs. was found dead but Albert survived. Two kill Oil in a Liotier explosion the boiler at Thorp s Mills near if ont Gomery Texas exploded killing Alex White the Engineer and a t of and wounding a number of others. White s head was blown off and the boy was Cut to in a fog. Near Amherstburg ont in a dense fog an unknown Schooner collided with and sunk the Stear Barge Richard Martini at bar Point. The Martini was bound up Light. The Crew were uninjured. Shocking. C. W. Ackerman a Porter attempted to handle a live elects Light wire in Kansas City and toppled Over a dead quotations. Chicago. Cattle common to prime. $3.50 @ c.7r, hons shipping grades. 3.50 a .5.75 so kept fair to Choice. 4.00 amp 5.00 wheat no. 2 spring.72 @ .74 corny no. 2.41 @ .42 Oats no. 2.29 it a Sov. Rye no. 2.55 .57 butter Choice Creamery.2a @ .25 egos fresh @ .20 potatoes new per bu60 @ .70 Indianapolis. Cattle shipping. 3.25 @ 5.23 hogs Choice Light. @ 5.75 sheep common to prime. 3.00 @ 4.50 wheat no. 2 red69 @ .70 corny no. 1 White.44 amp .4413 Oats no. 2 White 4 @ .�5 St. Louis. Cattle. 3.00 @ 5.25 hogs. 3.50 a �.60 wheat no. 2 red69 amp to corny no. 2.402� .41 Oats no. 2.20 amp .29j<i Rye no. 2.53 amp .54 Cincinnati cattle. 3.00 @ 4.75 hogs. 3.00 @ 3.75 sheep. 3.00 a 3.00 wheat no. 2 red73>2 i .74 cob no no. 2.46 amp .47 Oats no. 2 mixed.33k.@ .34>6 Rye no. 2go its by it Detroit. Cattle. Of 4.50 hogs. 3.00 g 5.6o sheep. 3.00 @ 5.00 wheat no. 2 red.l5y> corny no. 2 yellow.46 ? .47 Oats no. 2 Wiite. Toledo. Wheat no. 2.74 .74v, corny no. 2 white44 @ .44 Oats no. 2 white32 a .33 rye57 amp .58 Buffalo cattle common to prime. 3.00 @ c.25 grades. 4.1k a a wheat no. 1 hard.83 a .8s Corn no. 2.46 2 .47 Milwaukee. Wheat no. 2 spring.c8 ,63 corny no. 3.41 Ltd a a is Oats no. 2 white33 tit ,34 Rye no. 1ok i .60 Barley no. 2c4 a .05 poek�?mess11.25 311.75 new York cattle. 3.50 in 5.25 Hoca. 3.00 a 0.25 sheep. 3.0� do 6.25 wheat no. 2 red78 @ .7� corny no. 2.50 amp .51 Oats mixed western34 @ .37 butter Creamery. .18 to .26 to bks new mess. 12.25 sit these actual fact Sall found within the Borders of interesting summary of the Afore important doings of our Nolc Bors a crimes Cash cities deaths state items. The Postof lice at Shields Jackson county has been discontinued w. G. Daivy 17 years old. Fell from a trapeze at Memphis and broke his neck. Wabash has placed s8,000 Worth of g per cent school Donds at a slight Premium. Amos do a aged it a a Ite Ion it member of the Friend s Church at Plainfield is dead. The Goshen jail is crowded with the most notorious gang of thieves that was Ever in that City. The Brooklyn schools Aro closed on account of a Scarlet fever epidemic. One death has resulted. S. K. 1ia wealthy Farmer near Noblesville fell from the top of his Windmill and was killed. George Pike an old Man fell from his Wagon near Martinsville and was perhaps fatally injured. Clark is suite ring for water. Cattle have to be driven for Miles to reach a watering place. Anna of Jeffersonville predicted that she should die at a certain hour and kept her word. Max ame Tekson of Scotts Birg was bitten by a rat a few Days since and died from the effects of the wound. Iowa cd Atli sox Wabash has sued the Wabash Railroad for ,000 damages for failing to move a Carload of horses. Milt. Drax of i Osey county presented her husband with the first set of triplets Ever born in that county. All boys. Riou is Quot red headed Quot at Gas City claiming that the latter tried to take the Cycle factory away from the Quaker town. A Oreint , a Farmer living near Valparaiso had both legs broken in a runaway. His wite also was severely bruised. The Stock company ors Ranize in new Albany to bring Nancy Hanks to that City for a trotting exhibition lost is our on the venture. The barn of William Keck near Wilkinson was burned. Loss about 81,200, including three horses. Insurance s400, in the Phoenix of Brooklyn. Tiie store of Lindsey Lud Wick at thick Skillet four Miles Northeast of Farmland was burned causing a loss of ,500 with i?.&Quot 40 insurance. J. E. Toxey of Martinsville rented a hotel building of a Samuel Tucker. The building leaked and Toner recovered shoo for damages to his furniture. A South bed water works inspector has found 475 users of water who tapped the Mains without paying for it and which costs the City ,."510 a year. At Crawfordsville Lee Benson aged 10 years was thrown from a horse and killed the animal smashing his head with its feet. The boy s father lives in Chicago. Vicious hogs attacked two Little children of Georce Kroger near greens Burg and bit and lacerated one of them a girl of 4 years to such an extent that she May die. Rochester , living near Bowling Ireen and one of the wealthiest Farmers and Best known citizens in Clay county was fatally injured by being kicked by a mule. Mattix Peterson of Goshen a minor has sued the Lake Shore Railroad company for 850,000 damages. He claims that he was pushed off a moving train thereby losing both arms. A enterprising Hoosier at Doolittle s Mills St. Croix and West Fork has been turning an honest Penny by Selling rings and watch chains made of hair from Nancy Hank s mane and Tail for from so to 825. The store of Nussbaum Mayer it co., at Marmont. Lake Maxin Tuckee was broken into and robbed. The Safe of Henry Speyer the postmaster was blown open and �125 in postage Stamps and a. Couple of watches taken. The engine of extra train no. 22, on the Peoria and Eastern broke the connecting rods on the Drivers just East of Roachdale smashing the cab knocking the Engineer. Dean Purcell out and injuring him internally. He died shortly after the Accident. The fireman escaped unhurt. Scarlet fever is raging in some parts of Morgan county to an alarming degree As is also diphtheria. The Public schools of Brooklyn Nave closed on this account and several of the District schools Are being greatly interfered with. Several deaths have occurred at Morgan town from diphtheria. At Vincennes in a fire which destroyed the Home of mrs. Mary Holscher an aged German she was badly burned about the head and face while endeavouring to save valuable papers. The Firo finally compelled her to abandon the attempt and the papers were recovered by the firemen. The woman died. The thirty eighth annual state convention of Good templars yield its opening session in Logansport last week. The proceedings were secret the Only Public matters being the red it of the Secretary showing Loo Active Lodies with a membership of .5,015, a gain of 27 lodges and 2,0 j0 members in the past year. The report also showed 36 juvenile temples with a membership of 1,006. Charles Murray Thomas Sheehan Arthur Bishop Frank Arnold Charles Willard William Bennett and Frank Smith seven conscience less tramps arrested at Evansville last Spring after a desperate Fieh with the police have each been sentenced to the Penitentiary for two years for criminally assaulting mrs. Annie Rigsby. Their trial was in pro Ifresse but they suddenly terminated it by pleading guilty and throwing themselves upon the mercy of the

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