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Elkhart Monitor (Newspaper) - December 15, 1882, Elkhart, Indiana in a fifty No be aless bo AlL and Great Conflagration in Capital Buildings on Several Business Streets Already Reduced to 50. ' Unable to Cope WitU tuo Dec. 8.Tho premises of Porter on Wood extending back to Philip aro Tlie fire to become most Several houses in Philip lane havo canght and the street being very it is difficult for the to burning flames have extended ' on Philip lano south as far as Addle street fire is The warehouse of Peter dealer in and one of the largest on AVood is now in The 0, 8 and 9 Philip are also on The whole city is Only ton engines are yet at the The building at Philip hine and street has 8, 5:30 a. fire of tlie largest that has occurred here in The buildings on the northern side of Addle street are warehouse is Tho outside wall of Porter building has just setting fire to tho houses on the opposite sido of Wood street The flames are steadily marching It is stated that Portor and P. Eyland are fully Tho loss must be to the of the Capt of the fire has out nearly whole fire 8, fire on the opposite side Wood street is now the flames being confined to the block of buildings by the Philip street and Wood the whole of which it is will bo Silber Fleming's on Wood ia The only part of the block now intact is that facing London The fronting on Addio street are still burning comer London wall and is safe at Cheapside where tho fire a narrow lane closely with brick stores and of are of great and were jn the days when tho merchants of the proper dwelt above their Tho section is ' now devoted to the wholesale dealers in fancy and dry goods affecting Wood street is a mass of- narrow hardly to bo called and fighting fire under such Oapt Shaw with all the work he Dec. Western Iron and Steel association been in session considering the recent fluriy in the stoel market and the report of the tariff - On the tariff the members wore nearly in the c tho revision of- tho lists was a compote ought to ness The men present at the treatment to which their claims had by the tariff they did hot say that anyi steps would bo by them to t the 518 When pushed by the iron men definite pn the 6ubjoc!, replied that they tho leas said about tho until they held a definitely upon a the Humane Mrs. ' When chair announced that tho body would to the consideration of tho iness for which it was namely resent condition of the iron and steel ut one opinion was upon the recent in the market It was pronounced a with no foundation in fact were cited in proof of the in the went to that for 2.50,000 tons of rails had been placed at fair figures since Scranton cut the bottom out of prices by quoting them in conversation developed tho fact that the members of the - expected winter orders to be at good ruiming No was indulged in relative to of the and is considered just a purely economic measure concerning the steel moa and not a proper subject for the deliberations of tho association Tho result of the meeting was an that a mutual effort would bo made by the manufacturers to sustain present card Tho belief was expressed that prices must advance rather than fall off as the season IME Produced Late Oil Maniacs and Blasted Dec. 8.A special from tho mysterious disappearance of Angus PoUer two mon well They wore ruined during the recent flurries in oiL It is believed they have committed a heavy operator has a raving maniac through tho less of which was swept in a Ford has been taken to an say his reason is entirely and there is little hope of his iThe disastrous results of tho great oil are becoming apparent Hundreds of have been or seriously Tho wrought western Now York and north that experienced by Jay Cooko Co's It that between and havo been lost during tho Tiie greater porr tion the profits from the movement is presumed to have gone coffers of the Standard Oil Pipe Line In some the reaction has sot in business Merchants of hitherto good standing have been bankrupted and compelled close their whilo people generally are put to ends to obtain funds to liquidate their .so little ia in - - E. Voune Indiana In a a 8.To-day bath Williams began bastardy late candidate congress in this and son Tho papers were Mr. English gave bond for his on the inat Tho story told by is to the effect that she was on the stage of Mr. English's about two months and that she now pregnant ' Mr. English says that he has bad do the woman further than give her some weeks - and denounces matter r as a an kind was made the suit was i i parties decline to There is it widow with ono of her says that about aix weeks ago she came to him with a story - was she had - ' tho same told the ' but ho ' Some time him with a and he ' heard of- been kept very and - print it mash ' social of a Ulan to the of 8.In Barr the retail establishment in St Joseph B. a salesman for the house of Leubrie tried to kill Thomas also a in the employ of Nugent Co. The weapon used was a tho bullet from which missed and grazed Uie head of a young man named ' Then it lodged in the Cull was arrested and tho charge of assault with intent to kill entered against speaking of tho was our store when Cull camci up and insisted that I should accompany him to Barr's to his wife to her face of having sat in a young man's I to do could not leave my and ho then tow a revolver pointing it at told mo that he would kill me if I fused to accompany I of and when I got mto Barr's ho told me to march to the where his wife was I and called for Baffled in his after changing a few words witli one of the drew his pistol and pointed it at my grasped his and as I did so tho pistol was ball missed was nre him from behind by the shoulders him - counter and bales of the weapon from Ms hand and the him of taking liberties denies that eby saved my regard to the charge made having accused Cull's wife of ' Carpening that could any He says on tho that is a industrious aud virtuous and a true wifa Mrs. there haK been trouble between her and her for some tima mot latter in his cell andj in her interview ' wth upbraided him for not standing by her in a manly as husband when his wife is Sho by sayi you hji been the yon ought to have you would have made Tom take back what he but you him The several times to go but and about and having beon promised by sergeant that later in the day sho to she wont After his wife had Cull said that had brooded on his and yesterday morning he - up and insisted that should come down at and own np had Carpening did not want to do but ho persuaded him - at the In Barr's Carpening aside to tell the that CuU had a about to shoot shot at at him The trouble between man three months when were private boarding house North Sixth street They had a houseful of boarders and Carpening he her f her arms young but a big - The in a quarrel and smoothed over it repeatedly ha to next heard of was inconnection - the forenoon which aho employed in another part of of tlie Deci 8L la too Sturla case Dr. Anton Br. E. and Dr. H. M. Lyman the defendant was and candidato for in Third district took tho had frequently at tho jail and thero had beon ino to her f Tho of the defendant had been interest and ' that ladies of and her personal est had been very great ' tho tho future Mr. Mills at onco and tho question 4 was not ' ' Mrs. Black said of her knowledge sho could say Mio or how many had at jail to soe and on sho - said that a very friend of had become insano tho aame Theresa suffered is - thank said Mr. and the lady who has so many kindnesses to tho loft tho usual recess was then taken until 3-o'clock. afternoon Mr. in reply to Mr. said that ho had had with his own but hadn't con- fined them to places outside the court Mr. Trude waa then and made a ment as to his with only one of any length being that in which was urging her to take the attachment waf thou issued for a boy named George who was not and Trude said ho doso whoa tho boy has the examination of three important tho defense prosecution in: rebuttal called Mrs. the mother of tho murdered Her substance was as first saw Theresa the of That was the day before the death of my My band was very ill as f and I had held myself in readiness to corno for three I started from Dixon July 25. found the house on the and the defendant I would Uko to state here as tho reason why I did not corno to nyr husband that I had said to you ever go to that flat where that woman 1 will never be your and I did not come until they to mo I mot hor at tho and if my Mr. was I had not to allow this woman to to me aud to keep her at a She appeared very shabbily and led me to and I saw that ho was in a dying This woman went about tho house and I in order to show off her she was She was there when Dr. Ingals afterward went out She seemed to exhibit a She didn't seem to want to moot at tho same time my sou came down and asked mo to go ont to going to state Dr. Ingals IJo prescribed some drugs for my this woman out and got the and then went into tho kitchen to prepare him some T never spoko to the woman 1 feelings and sat the woman as ho would a I soon to - myr af ter dressed herself very -' was ana until nearly C Sho remarked to tho cook that she had been all State and was almost tired to and I returned to my I did not see any moro of hor until supper Several men were and I eo adverse to meeting and being under such circumstances that I determined I would not go to the I stayed with husband they took than bo to and when got through he th his aud and took supper there at tho bnt not a word passed soon as I was through my sapper Heft the she followed and made some I did We to ita every been beaten of. when alire president of completely by Oio and his were were himi which to ana then told the - line managers tha t they go to where the not and the fire is not But with his millions has by Miko a of tlw Union Telegraph company at Oil Mike has been in the employ of the telegraph company since he was old enough to and nearly all of this he had been in Oil exchange at Oil City carrying to and from the The large operators in petroleum their dispatches in The boy -had carried so many messages - sent by the from its headquarters at Cleveland that he had the and could read them like a printed Just prior to the recent extraordinary advance in the price to Keat ing carried a of telegrams to tho brokers ordering them to buy largo of Tho monopoly had laid plans to boom the market and its Oil City brokers were ordered to buy half a million a million million were tlie way these cama They were riddles to all bu t the brokers who received and Mike who mere something extraordinary soon to The which had been like a stagnant pool for a was already creeping up the Orders for blocks of oil were still coming from the ' he Thero was no timo lo But what could a boy do a dollar in Keating went to one of. the largest the - floor of tho outside of the and - told him he had a Tiia broker laughed at bini The finally commanded and the broker agreed to his which was that the broker should furnish money for a he was satisfied with the and divide the profits Then the broker he and of the telegrams he had been carrying from Cleveland The next that fell the hands was carried secretly to the and It was an order to every that was The broker probably keep his heart wout back to tho exchange and began to He saw tho agents baying right and and was a big deal was in Ho took everything get until he had a round market was already million barrels had been secured at an t of se ven centa He was loaded to the Orders to buy and Degrees Dec. a ihe following i weather now tlie In - Grand cattle and to wheat is reported western Kansas and where tho storm -tion and reported aei seriously incommoded throughout the In this city a man the street yesterday morning frozen to tramps from N. and a farmer was found dead in tho facte in i Strear They Cannot ft Fair to what sho Dea the supreme court the criminal all the jurors summoned being in the district attorney announced that tho government ready to proceed in case of the United States against Thomas J. and CoL submitted a motion for the continuance of the on the ground of tho of Stephen W. Judge Wylie overruled the Col. Ingorsoll excepted to the and asked time to go to his client's and his signature to a for which a recess was Wilson read a long sworn to and signed by all the setting out that they cannot safely go to trial at the present tho acts of the of the government in endeavoring to influence opinion against and to and and officers of court tlie arrest of the removal from ot for the avowed reason that they were in sympathy with the and expressing the that in the selection of talesmen influence prejudicial to the defendants were set at and that the appointment of of Germany last - - the Presbyterian Church lias 1,78 ill country that are not ' Church on foreign which last lady in one of the Amsterdam resigned recently because she was not allowed to repeat the Lord's prayer in her Catharine Scales h known in Louis as the of the public She has taught steadily for thirty-six that her about houis of the Foreign ia session at by its the total amount raised in. last - eighteen ' ' College much and that many paying that can be only by of Herald ior November contains of during the past of golden wedding Dr. Elias and liis wife at ana of the close of the year of service of Lorenzo of ihe Sandwich sixteen Southern Stages the district of Columbia the white school population is 3,899,961- and the 1.803,237. There are colored public normal colored institutions 15 colored universities and colored schools of 3 colored law 2 colored medical schools and 2 colored deaf and dumb and blind failed to put on aa marahal was part of. that The affidavits alao claim that Judge Wyj so biased and prejudiced against tno cent or declined the sa w of a ' Darlas tlie 9.Pro.^ a P. during spot rim of light was edge planet before its entrance of tho sunu to ' to thel of. thei ' ask you her manner was when you saw her and talked with het cool and her eyes as though she wanted to appear modest before and I think she did you see her A. ' dicT not sea hor again after my husband's with your husband when A. was the only one present when my husband breathed his li this woman present when your husband A. he waS as could be before ' Q. soon afterward did she get A. after he Stiles by Mr. Trude with a view to the identification of her son's Stiles insisted that she identify tho New The case came to an end to-day by the disagreement of tho The twelve after ' spending night in an unsuccessful attempt to came into court this morning and an discharged that tho order committing contempt lie Judge ed the had done what of a a of his him happy of four for of Dec. 8.The dealers coffeo railway in the of the the class of tariff thereby the cost 5J per cent that ' which ia in v. A city - liave a circular to the which or a of He kept his owe aud when the eighty cents ile began to The Standard men were on hand to take and he got rid of all his oil at an average of cents a barrel at his profits were therefore eight cents a or 180,000 in He divided Mike the messenger boy whp had unraveled the according to agreement K is well enough to remember that oU touched 51.85 during this ten and if the broker had on until the reached the profits of the havel been goes without saying that the Standard Oil company now cipher messenger boy w out a cannot fairly and impartially the and conclude by requesting a continuance of the case to the next said tho paper was an insult to tho court Bliss compared the proceedings with the Tweed any intention to offer whereupon Judge Wylio yoa may file the bati The motion for a of the case on account of illness was and tho motion Mr. for a of particulars was Brewster occupies a ill tlie Convention at value of Hay and Straw in Hanged for Murder in Sonthern States Dec. Porter was The gallows was in the jaU The execution was less than a hundred being present There in no no- effort for Porter was resigned to Ms The drop fell over four Dec. hanged hero largo crowd the condemned Catholic the and was a priest on the He his ho content to old was with his and met death was hanged on- in the jail open gaze the Hundreds the mostly in: the ' Banders fell four He - wok sacrament his Dea oroi wda yesterday iii the jail another in the jail wall 8Tho National audi Egg association at building yesterday forenoon with a of Little introduced P. connected with the department of who is making a tour of the United States for the purpose of investigating tho American system of Mr. was to of addressed the convention on tho hay and The dwelt largely upon tho subject of butter which he claimed was duo to the grass upon which cows fed. Ho thought the time would come when butter would be flavored the as other articles on thg The groat reputation of for fine was due to the that benzoic Western batter made thoi same acid could be made is There is no anthe world which i is so sensitive to odors aa If roses grow near a cellar butter is butter will with tho flavor of the Mr. then addressed the meeting dairymen of in the of - display of their with a- paper on different flavored ' in the grass condemned of New of tho consumption of the because of tho iif wore made c the total this heinous offense make a violent assault him and and called him a lying The put under bonds tq for The boys qf Philadelphia are to be taught to if it fractures every bone in their Island not having the week to a new was compelled to fall back upon an old he rigged up with a new text and tion and knocked out part of and On his he ked to his have an old sermon for you but it has new and aud I t believe can tell where stitches are set The congregation listened to the discourse as patiently as if for them Liberal a letter to the press Hjalmer H. is very true that Bjo the leader the opposition to Oscar but true that ever he would have been the last man to run away from his The Norwegian Government knows better to prosecute so man as King Oscar and his have hitherto confined themselves to punishing humbler men as the Forensen for imaginary insults to his Ma has said much severer things than those who have hitherto been they have so far prudence to let him The in Norway is as yet premature to call it has no quarrel with the Swedish but merely with Oscar who happens King of Sweden as well as of On the there is considerable sympathy in the Swedish and the Swedish people at large with the in which aims merely at protecting the Constitution of 1814 against the violation of the se in right of this in the campaign which hais iust been which ha resulted in an defeat for are brie Hy as passed several a giving the Ministers of the in The King vetoed it but the Storthing passed it - once more over his according to the a law without - the passed by successive king successive a up a novel he re fused to promulgate the new Such qf in and an amount of h only ot ot- voice this universal of the sweetest pictures of domestic economy is a- blacking a white so that it won't through in his dispatch says False Prophet is reported to three march of This is first we have had that Vennor in- theory that violins get tired by is one that can not be too industriously circulated in the of those who suffer from over their amateur you have a alass of asked One girl of another at the thank haven't any raise my showing great reluctance to go school one wag asked he teacher said he was going to try to put an idea into my head andT don't want him to be catting into my is picture a gorilla the limb of tree in his which is a gratuitous insult on the young man who carries a should no longer escape the frown of an intelligenti humane and justice loving Why do women so often wander aimlessly in the murky solitudes of the dead brooding over days forever asks a is a question to There are no stores in tho dead do all you say for station We Some of us say others say and a few others Now tell why you Englishmen say every six worda when you know we It. were better that you had grindstone about your needn't go any further with your farmer's had that about my neck until I'm tired of turning it. Get somo other And ho to tho city to become a Boston from the Omnibus where is your have it therein you it Slion Meier mr the orf directly see here but no Will you yourself convince The sheet is then have I out of mistake instead of in the in the has just finished a volume of musical in the course of which he has had occasion to deal the and of his friend book is going through the the two friends have a falling With great presence of mind inserts a slip of paper in each thus P. 54, 1. 21.:For the eminent composer and distinguished rend the aitd and impudent - and is ice own on in ton line iot hnd five cents per f for each subsequent Directory per one - as feed by inser dollar per cents for sub. 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