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Fort Wayne Evening Post (Newspaper) - November 30, 1895, Fort Wayne, Indiana Al. Be so Lecoe another manufactory to be started in this City. Make Button fasteners the place for location has not yet been from the railroads. A Small wreck at Valparaiso makes the Chlea go paper train late shops Are Busy. This morning articles incorporation were filed at the county auditor s Bce for the organization the perfection manufacturing company. The company will manufacture Button fastening machinery and Button Staples to be used for fastening buttons and and other articles. The directors the company will be Albert Bond Arthur e. Barney and Nathan b. Holdsworth. The capital Stock is $12,000 the factory will be located in fort Wayne but As yet no particular place for its location has been decided upon. Delayed All trains. At 4 clock this morning the third Section freight train no. 73, with Sam Kelker Engineer and a. G. Ward conductor broke in two As the train was passing into the switch at Valparaiso to allow passenger train no. I to pass eastbound. The break occurred in the Center the train and when the cars bumped together again four cars loaded with nut Coal were derailed. Two them were so badly smashed up that it was necessary to Transfer the Coal into other cars. The track was blocked for four hours and no. G was delayed for two hours and 50 minutes. Freight trains passing that Point were also delayed Between three and four hours. Boilermaker Fred Berghorn the Pittsburg shops is sick with rheumatism. F. Be Chart and j. Kaough the Pittsburg lumberyard department Are duty toda3. J. Morisey and Thomas Lynch boilermakers have taken positions in the Pittsburg shops. Alex Henderson stationary Engineer at the Wabash shops is wrestling with typhoid symptoms. H. Trosin a car inspector has been sent to Valparaiso to receive an employee the Pittsburg who is sick. After an illness 10 Days brakeman Deatrick was Able to resume his duties the Nickel plate yesterday. Conductor Mccormack resumed charge his train the Nickel plate yesterday after a ten Days absence. George Small assistant Foreman the Pittsburg machine shop who is at Chicago business will return monday Mike Kinney the Pittsburg car machine shop and James Moore the shipping department Are sick and off duty. A1 Fraine the Pittsburg Blacksmith shop mashed one his fingers by dropping a piece Iron it this morning. Three passenger coaches belonging to the Pennsylvania company Are in the shops undergoing the regular fall overhauling. Lew Miller and will Quant Bright Wood ind., Are in the cite visiting. Or. Quant is Foreman the Bee line shops at Brightwood. Miss Minnie daughter superintendent Graham the Pennsylvania company will entertain at 5 clock Tea thursday afternoon. John Fox formerly the Kerr Murray works gave a pleasant Surprise to a number his friends last evening at his Brackenridge Street Home. W. E. Shafer the Pittsburg planning Mill while working around some machinery had the fingers his right hand badly Cut this morning. George Sweringen the Pennsylvania offices is taking a few Days vacation. Yesterday he attended the Sweringen Miesse wedding at Decatur. Al. Hobrock the Pennsylvania Copper shop is a he sick list. William Byerly and l p. Scheidler the Blacksmith department Are also among the absentees. Engineer Harry Dart formerly the grand rapids and Indiana Road is now running a Wabash engine Between Andrews and Tilton and has moved to the latter place. Harry Gaskins who has been employed at the East Yards for a number months resigned this morning to Quot accept a position with the Aldine printing company. Joseph Smith the Bass boiler shop was struck in the face yesterday by a heavy piece line shafting which fell from the ceiling. The Iron struck him the nose inflicting a very painful injury. Supt. J. B. Barnes supt. E. A. Gould Rok master a. Badams attorney Stuart train master a j. Sims and claim agent j. L. Head Are in the City bus mess connected with the Tabash Road. Fred Schaf Enocher who is Foreman the Pittsburg truck builders has More work hand than he knows what to do with and this morning two More helpers were added to his depart meet. Orders have been issued to the inspectors at this Point to hold All freight cars whether they belong to the company some other company that Are not equipped with grab Irons. George White will be acting timekeeper in the Down town Pittsburg car shops for several weeks l. G. Dailey the regular time clerk having been called to another department. Mine a Council no. 69, degree pocohantas will hold a meeting this evening for the purpose making arrangements to attend the grand masquerade Ball at Warsaw dec. 4. The weekly engine report for the week ending today shows that five Pittsburg engines have been repaired and turned out the shops three were taken in hand 15 now undergoing repairs five awaiting repairs and three condemned. The condemned engines Are nos. 110, 139 and 207. Commencing sept. 15th, 1895, the Lake Erie amp Western will sell tickets to Atlanta ga., account International exposition for $21.05 Good for 20 Days and for $28.30 Good until january 7, 1896. Quot s-30-tf photographs. The cheapest and Best cabinets in the City at Williams studio Corner Calhoun and Columbia streets. A to if you want a Nice mild 10c Cigar for 5c ask for a regular Spanish made by Kasten amp Kohlmeyer 130 Calhoun iia mine. Fall Earth and Rock sends fourteen to eternity. Two gangs men overwhelmed revival meetings. Tomorrow a Day for Especial prayer and Praise. Or. Chapman s Earnest discourse last night a announcements for neighbourhood a meetings tomorrow. The Chapman revival meetings still grow in the numbers attending and in fervency spirit. Last night the seats were filed As usual and the Sermon was powerful and convincing. Or. Chapman took for his text hebrews ii 3, Quot How shall we escape if we neglect so great the speaker emphasized three words in the text. They were great escape and neglect. He then took up each these words and explained their bearing in the life men. The wonder god s love in providing a Way salvation the Way to escape made easy and the terrible consequences neglect. After the Sermon a Large number signified their desire to become christians. Announcement services. There will be no meetings during the Day time today. This evening professor and mrs. Lowe will conduct a song service at Princess a inv using the Stere Optican As last saturday evening. The Haydn quartet will Render several selections which will be illustrated by the Ster Optican. Sunday morning at 10 30 services in All the churches. Special services will also be held in the sunday schools at the usual hours the meeting the schools. Sunday afternoon 2 45, at Homes in the City special Praise service for men. The appointments for these services will be Given tomorrow morning. 3 30, meeting for women and girls at Princess rink. 4 p. M., special conference men members the Church at City y. C. A. 7 30 p. M., at Princess rink meeting for men. Neigh Bonnord meetings. There will be twelve special prayer services in Homes about the City for men at 2 45 tomorrow. The assignment places Are As follows w. E. Mossman 328 West Washington Street. Francis Smaltz 353 West main Street. John h. Bass 113 West Berry Street. I. Van Slyke log East Berry Street. George Roux 500 East Wayne Street. A. H. Polhamus 73 Dawson Street. S. F. Bowser East Creighton Avenue and Thomas Street. B. Fitch 597 Calhoun Street. Rev. H. Johnson 1.56 Wells Street. H. T. Stapleford 226 West Creighton Avenue. Or. J. 1. Chambers 209 Harrison Street. _ Winter resort excursions. Bodies the recovered victims terribly a several them alive when taken ont but one Dies i it Ater the deadly a Anclien goes Down the month the Shaft right top the unfortunate labourers. Carmel n. Y., nov. 80.�?an Accident resulting in the loss thirteen fourteen lives occurred at the Lilly Foster mines. Foreman Patrick was descending into the pit to take the time two gangs labourers numbering about thirty five men who were working at the Bottom when a vast weight Earth and Rock Slid with the Force an Avalanche from the Mouth the pit to the Bottom a distance 300 feet. The Earth crashed Over the men with tremendous Force. Out one gang eleven Only five came out alive and three the men employed in another gang were taken out dead. The dead terribly disfigured. Among those known to be dead Are Michael Gannon Foreman Patrick h. Murtha Foreman John Fagan boarding House keeper Thomas Dennis and James Smith an austrian name unknown. An austrian known As no. 394 received a fracture the Skull and will probably die. The names the others killed Are at present unknown. Several the workmen were seriously injured. There was some difficulty experienced in identifying several the bodies owing to the terrible disfigurement they had undergone. Work recovering the bodies. The Cave in caused the greatest excitement but As soon As possible gangs men were Sot to work to remove the bodies those known to by under the masses Earth. Superintendent Thompkins and Foreman Lynch took charge the work and in two hours five bodies were brought to the Suri Ace. Murtha was taken out alive but he died five minutes after he was taken Home. Darkness prevented the continuance the work Rescue and it was not until this morning that further Effort was made to Clear away the ruins. It is thought that All the others in the pit Are italians and austrians. Few to save themselves. California and the West Florida and the South. Low rate tickets now Sale via Pennsylvania lines. Variable routes and ample return limit. For details apply to nearest ticket agent the Pennsylvania lines. The person to see at fort Wayne is ticket agent j. E. Ross. _wed-sat-w-11-30 notice to business men. The differences heretofore existing Between the Washburn Crosby flouring Mills and Aniced labor have been settled satisfactorily and the Boycott has been raised. The trades and labor Council. The has the reputation turning out the neatest and Best work in the City. We do our own dyeing and guarantee the colourings to be perfect. Our prices Are the most reasonable in the City. Gall at the Panti thorium and inspect si9.mples our work. Miss j. Havelt prop., no. 16 Arcade. Wives the victims watch the recovery the bodies. The Accident occurred at Tilly Foster a Small town located near Carmel. The first intimation to those below was the Low rumbling sound which preceded the fall the mass. But the Shock came so suddenly that but few were Able to reach places safety. Half a dozen the workers who were directly under the Lodge from which the mass Earth fell were buried under tons debris. The fall was tremendous for great pieces Rock and Ore were carried along in the Avalanche. One the first to be brought to the surface was Foreman Murtha. He was found near the top pinned Down by a huge piece Rock. Murtha was badly mangled and his clothes were almost torn from his Back. Murtha was married and his wife along with the wives other unfortunates stood at the top the slope while the rescuers were at work. All the bodies were horribly mangled the Shar edges the Rock and Iron tearing through their clothing and peeling the flesh from their faces and bodies. One by one the bodies were brought out and carried to the Carpenter shop where an Awe stricken crowd people looked upon the remains and uttered exclamations woo when the identity the victims was made known. Some these assembled sought anxiously after a Friend relative supposed to be in the ruins in the pit. William spell and four companions succeeded in getting away by running. Five italians also got out alive. One the italians who came Down the Cable car for the purpose rendering assistance was killed by a second fall Rock. Mark Crutchely was removed to his Home suffering from a fracture the spine. Patrick Burns was also taken to his Home. Both will probably recover. The bodies believed to be in the pit Are those James Fox Bachelor bettor known As James Smith James Clark a stranger who began work nov. 13, and four italians nos. 13, 56, 331 and 234. The Accident is supposed to have been caused principally by the heavy Rains which opened crevices in Many places. The mine is owned by the Lackawanna Iron and Coal company new York and Scranton a. Clinton Stephens is the contractor in charge and the men killed and injured were in his employ. War the socialists. Berlin nov. 30.�?the police have summarily closed eleven socialist clubs Here including six the reach Stag electoral clubs the club the socialist press committee that the local committee the socialist society the club the socialist party delegates and that the Central committee the German socialist party. Fought it out to a finish. Mount Sterling ky., nov 33.�?a terrible fight took place at Hazel Green Wolfe county Between John Williams and David Rose two prominent and wealthy Stock traders. Williams was killed and Rose is in a dying condition. They fell out during a settlement. Been hic coughing for a week. Vandalia mo., nov. 80.�?judge d. D. Rose president the Curryville Bank nine Miles East Here has been hic coughing constantly for the past week and although several doctors have attended him they can do nothing Foi him. His death is hourly expected. Smothered by heavy wraps. Hudson wis., nov. 30.�?the 3-month-old babe and mrs. John d. Bard Man Ellsworth who got off the train Here was found to have been smothered to death by the heavy wraps with which mrs. Bardman had surrounded the child while the cars. We do our own dyeing. Our facilities for the dyeing and repairing ladies and gentlemen s garments Are the Best in the City. Prices the lowest. All work guaranteed. The Panti thorium miss j. Haverly prop., no. 16 Arcade. The regular Spanish is the Best 5c Cigar sold in the City. The Nickel plate Railroad will sell Home seekers tickets at one fare for the round trip nov. 26 and 27, and dec. 10 and 11, to Points in Alabama Kentucky Louisiana Arkansas Texas Oklahoma and the Southwest. Phone 507. spaniards raise Money for Spain. Brownsville tex., nov. 30.�?the Spanish Colony at this place headed by Simon Celaya a consular representative Spain has raised Over 11,000 to be sent to the Mother country to Aid in quelling the cuban insurrection. Austrian statesman dead. Ellis Chan Bohemia nov. 30.�?count von Taafe the austrian state saw died Here at 10 15 yesterday Kominar. Bros. Are now showing a Complete line heating and Cook stoves for natural Coal Wood. Prices much lower than the downtown stores. We Are sole agents for the celebrated Kernan furnaces. Inspect our line before . Specials for next week Lars re size blankets at 58c pair. Good Muslin 5c Yard. Best Blue Calico 5c Yard. Bleached Linen towline 10c, cheap at 12. Cotton Batti crat 7c, Worth 10c. Ladies and children s fleece lined Union suits . Children s Wool Hose All sizes 15c. Best ice Wool so skein. A a Quot Quality Black Spanish yarn 12c skein. Hemstitch de Linen towels Only 15c each. Wool soap. 10c a cake. Buttermilk soap per Box 3 cakes10c. Ladies and children s Black Wool mittens at 10c. Best Blue overalls 50c pair. 50c men s and boys leather lined gloves at 25c. Ieoailib088rflfl8 Erfred iiibl2iflcouooil8 Opal every evening. Terms Cash. 372 South Calhoun Street. Property always steadily advancing in value. A few Choice 30 feet lots South Taber st. West Side Calhou expected some Day to become business property at double present prices. Koons amp Schlenke and shoeing a specially prices reasonable. We want your patronage.363 South Calhoun Street. South 5ide news. Two new cases diphtheria Are reported from Murray Street. Alberta Gray Millersburg. O., is visiting her sister mrs. Or. Van bus Kirk. Fred Hartman Maple Avenue has returned from Purdue for a few Days vacation. Or. And mrs. W. A Enslen have returned from Elida o., where they spent thanksgiving with friends. Judge and mrs. Munger Xenia o., who were the guests mrs. Harry Ninde thursday have returned Home. Misses Lena Barthold and Mary Closs Decatur were guests miss Anna Dewald yesterday at her Home South Calhoun Street. The american daughters Isabella will meet at 4 clock sunday afternoon at the Home miss vib Erir 487 South Harrison Street. The Many friends Rev. Father Delaney will be glad to know that he has almost fully recovered from his recent illness. He was Able to be the streets yesterday for the first time. Tomorrow he will occupy his pulpit in st. Patrick s Church and will preach his first Sermon since he was taken ill. The meeting the Board Public works last night was Peculiar interest to South Side citizens. Final action was taken the opening Leith Street. There were a number residents that Street present to urge the opening the Street and several property owners who did not want the thoroughfare opened. From a Point at the prolongation Webster Street to Fairfield Avenue Lieth Street has not been opened although the Board has been frequently petitioned to take such action. There has been much objection to opening the Street by property holders who do not reside the Street. The Board listened to the statements persons both sides the controversy and then passed a Resolution confirming the Resolution declaring the Street open. The Street will be opened from the Point indicated in the foregoing to Hoagland Avenue. Later the Board will probably open the Street West to Fairfield Avenue. The Board heard some vigorous complaints from residents Hoagland Avenue living South Pontiac Street. Contractor getting it was asserted has so delayed the work constructing sidewalks that the Street was now almost impassable since the Rains. The grading has been done and there is nothing but a plaster mud a foot in depth to walk we have nine Choice building lots Scott ave. Three Choice lots Heustis Avenue. Two Choice lots Maple Avenue. One Broadway. All within from one to three blocks the new lutheran Church to be constructed at the Corner Scott ave amp Broadway. These lots will be sold singly at prices ranging from $500 to $800. They will be Worth from $1,000 to $1,200 before one year. W. , Complete line Patent medicines and toilet articles. Physicians prescriptions compounded Day 223. 142 Fairfield Graf groceries and dry goods335 pm 337 Lafayette Street. Lowest prices the South Side goods promptly delivered to All parts the City. Telephone 336. Everett amp Doid exclusive agents. Over old Nat. Bank Corner Calhoun and Berry its. Industrial Park addition lots Hanna Force John and streets. Of City water main and Alley sewers natural electric lights Brick pavements. Best lots in the City for the Money. Do not pail to see these lots before purchasing. We. Turner grocery amp heat Market Good goods. Lowes i Frics. Prompt delivery to a parts the City. Cor. Hanna and Dewald streets Emmett Martin plumber steam and Hanna amp Buchanan. Dealer in sewer pipe telephone379. Of a a a to a

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