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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - August 9, 1888, Fort Wayne, Indiana A Het Monroeville wide world. Catalogne of the week s import occurrences concisely. Summarized. Inte Ilii ence by electric wire from Erera Quarter of the civilized Yery latest by Telegraph. Avill pay talk i i Salty. A special from Bison amp Rock dak., Raj s a i inside mail from stailing lock save the Lucia Pius have resolved in secret oui in to kill the the Ludmun that sirens the treaty. This troupe Stuie Resolution makes it awkward for the first Indian to sin. He credits he indians Quot Liurni Visitin to the had advice of the Sipian Nifon and half in i is. They Laid thu f inundation for the i Ensal. He thinks it would lie Well to make a clean so. I a of these men at tie lit fore the get around. It Ini Glit he ton Laie now. As Thi lower attn pics Kereji a Dvis cd of the Niove in cats at standing Kock by Indian Cou Riei. The Hiattt r of o in ing thu Sioux Reser vision wins virtually Settle d. Flu a Quot Hoof John brass Iri it of in the l oni Erin cd ibid inborn red Llic Tomt the would sign m it in r i Ajmer. And that they would now to thu in farms less of what the might say. Russ Quot speech int t w Atli the applause of the indians and As soon As lie closed the indians started for Home. Lamiro i in Iii Ioni a in not Quot a York. Kew York is Ecial the recent sudden changes in the weather have had the effect of developing Pleura to an alarming extent among the cattle in and about this Eity. In Avest Chester county Over 200 head of cattle suffering from the disease have l Een ordered to be killed by the authorities. The value of the cattle is placed at . Of course the owners Are compensated but the i Rice of the doomed cattle is fixed by arbitration an the Money paid out of the appropriation made by i ingress to reimburse owners of cattle whose Stock it is necessary to destroy to prevent the spread of the disease. Eighty head of <? were destroyed at lilies yield in one Clay. Sixty head of cattle have been isolated in a West sixtieth Street Stock Yard in this City and will be destroyed. Maxwell s attorney h it Pefuhl. The attorneys for Maxwell the St. Xiouris murderer Are confident that they have secured new and testimony that will warrant the governor in granting a further respite to their client. Three St. Louis citizens have made to the effect juror Coulahan publicly declared he was going on the jury to hang Maxwell. The Athanus give As a reason for heretofore withholding this important evidence that they disliked becoming involved in the Case l lit a sense of duty now Louii Els them to come Forward. The supreme court in denying a new tibial f or Maxwell said that if the Ai davits of two responsible men could be had. Showing that juror Coulahan was a prejudiced prior to the trial it would be Good grounds for reversal. Maxwell s attorneys Lelieve therefore that they have a goo d Case. Gas . At Galena. 111., while workmen were Emp Yed in repairing the As ipes in a i Loible Brick Rescili Iione Ocen j >1 cd by Kev. Vav. I. Atchison. Pastor of the methodist Episco in clinic i. And Clarles e. Hale merchant an a i Losion olt curved in the cellar of Thi Idonier Tenient. Caused 1 y the lighting Ltd a match a hindi wrecked the building and set lire to that whole Structure. I he l building and most of the Coli tiits. Including a valuable Library owned by in. Atchison was destroyed. Till so vile for a year. Pittsburgh special the wage question of hint Glass workers was settled by a conference of the workers and manufacturers. The to Cale is practically the same As last year. The Flint Glass factories after a six weeks shut Down will All resume operations next monday. Six thousand men will let a Given employment. Stocks Are now Light and the pros acts for the year Are reported to be very promising. A Tony ill 3iissourl. A severe storm visited the Central Section of Missouri doing great damage to crops and town property. In the Vicinity of Glasgow it is estimated that the crops Are injured o a per cent., and the damage to dwellings and business houses will reach $50,000. In Saline county the damage is �300,000 in wreckage. At Stanberry the crops Are badly Yiju red. The loss at Norborn and Vicinity Iff �100,000. _ Donovan tilt i truly a jumper drowned. A cablegram to the new York Tolice of Hetle announces that Iii Raj Donovan in mixed from Hii Gerford Bridge and a was Drogue cd. Donovan was 2<i years old and first a Janie into notoriety by jumping from the i Rooklyn Bridge. He was a Printer by Trade. Emperor fre Flerick i memoirs. Quot the National , of Berlin Saya that Tho memoirs of the late emperor , which were reported to have been a out to England and locked up at a Windsor have been returned to . Seventeen persons were burned to death in a new York tenement building six others will die and Many received serious injuries. The House was a ramshackle affair hidden in the Middle of the Block the Only Entrance to it being a narrow Allej Way from the bowery. In front of it was a four Story building. Adjoining this is Harry Miner s people s theater. In the rear of the burned building were two houses Hemming it completely in. In this caged in building lived about people. Each of the six floors was occupied by a single family the head of which was a tailor who made clothing for the cheap wholesale houses and employed from fifteen to Twenty men Quot women and children in addition to his own family. They were All polish jews and employers and Omi Joyed worked ate and slept in the crowded rooms of Tho Dingy to Kucment. The flames gained very rapid headway thus cutting old escape for All and the most Ai Jalling scenes followed the crackling of the a Ames mingling with the wild shrieks of despair of the unfortunates. Any of the frightened inmates rushed Down through the flames and escaped to the narrow courtyard with clothes ablaze and hands and bodies burned. The picture of charred remains of women children and men was such As to beggar description. The financial loss is placed at s2.i in. A xxx get itt lass., special of the 7th says the funeral i arty bearing the remains of general Sherid in will leave Here wednesday evening for Washington where the services will be held at St. Matthews Church saturday conducted ii Cardinal Iii Bons followed by interim ont with full military honors in Arlington Quot Ometery. The following Gend men will act As All bearers Gen. Quot a. T. Sherman. Marshall Field of chit ago ctn. Ii Awley. Of tie i United states Senate spake Carlisle vice a resident Frank Thomson of the l Eun Ylva Uia i Railroad Ien. Wesley me Rit t. I United slates army the senior of icer of tile a Rand my of the Liep Niblic in the District of col Nelna Secretary Chi tried tin. Mcfeeley. 4cn. Joseph Fiill Erton. Of St. Secretary Fondi Cott. And Cgeorge w. Chi his. Liobe it Ebi i ithe murderer of his father William j. Elder at Ila Monton n. J., gave himself us to judge Burn West. Morf Ikird it co., Millers and Grain dealers at Cincinnati Ohio have assigned. Tin George Friend paper Ishill at Lockland. Miro was burned at a loss of .4 t,0 m insured. Two Kkt storms at Duluth. Minn., flooded basements washed out Sowers and Railroad tracks and caused other damage the total amounting to at least i in 0, 00. At Hazlewood minn., mrs. Mclaughlin and Twons were killed by lightning. Advices from a claw nation Indian Teni tory pay that Charles Perkins a noted horse thief and murderer shot and killed two Deputy United states marshals and one citizen at Marshall s ferry on lied liver while it sisting arrest. Perkins escaped. There Are nine indictments against him for murder. He Bays he will never be taken alive. During a terrific Thunder storm the City school building at Anthony kan., was struck by lightning and completely destroyed. Joss about .s10,000 partially insured. John h. H.\1 Mon died suddenly of paralysis at Detroit. Mich., aged of years. Few men were a Ietter known in it politic i than or Hirmon. To was Ului in the Days of Dom of Vittie Jire Vious to the War a trusted Friend ii Iii Coli solor it i presidents \ an Liu Reu. I Olk i i Eric Tinl a Michaun mid yield in High esteem by Cass j Ouglas Larcy and All the older line of Denio critic Stu Tensun. To took a his in i Detruit in . So Cabin c it n the i acc i r. Is and wins for a Long a a a a quote air incr. He was twice elected a it or of Detroit and wan Aiila Iund Colu Oit r of c ust it Iuis la j r side2t i i erect. Or. Har Noii Boul t in Quot a a a / i is to tilt Lato Wilbur 1. Storey Jii id re tit Dicoiu ,. Lie was Well known us a lobbyist. ctr Oiin ii Yox fifth la Fanti a. U. S. A., commandant at fort 151�ss. Did at Avras n. M., where he had gone for rest. Mks. It Lia Woodi i Jtj. Of Gosport ind. Has been arrested on a warrant from Xenia. Her former Home where it is charged she killed her own child feb. If lb8is.South. Fifty armed men visited the jail at Carthage teiui., and took out w. H. Handley who sept. It killed j. 13. Wor Man a i Vej Uty sheriff. Handley was awaiting trial. The sheriff refusing to give up the keys the mob with axes and crowbars broke into Handley Quot a cell and took him across the River and hanged him to a tree within sight of the jail. At a voting precinct in the tenth District of Claiborne county Tennessee Burnside Yoakum Slot and killed James Smith the Independent lie publican candidate for county tits tee. Smith and Yoakum s brother were engaged in a hot discussion Over the election when Yoakum walked up and shot Smith through the Temple killing him instantly. Politics. Quot the Union labor party of the ninth District of Iowa at Des Moines have nominated j. L. Severign for Congress. The Republican congressional convention of the second District of Florida at Ocala have nominated Fred s. Goodrich of Deland. Jon t. Head congressman from the Marshall to District has been renominated. The lie publican state convention of Florida held at Ocala. Nominated prof. Stone of Sanford for commissioner of Public instruction Charlesl wis of Ferrandina for comptroller John Egan of Pensacola for attorney general John p. Althorpe of for commis Boner of Agri it culture and f. Bandall of Jacksonville j. F. Goss of Gainesville and Charles Swayne of Kissame for the supreme court Bench. The democrats of the fifth District of Kansas in Convis Fention at Clay Center nominated or. N. D. Tobey for Congress. The seventh District republicans of Indiana have nominated Thomas e. Chandler of Marion county for Congress. The Illinois democratic convention for the twentieth District met at Jour Phy Sboro. The Hon. A. T. Libinson of Union county was unanimously nominated for member of Congress. The prohibition congressional convention of the second District of Nebraska have nominated the eve. George Scott of Saline county. The republicans of the sixteenth Ohio District have nominated e. L. Lybarker for Congress. Labor. At a meeting of the i Nion and United labor arties in Cincinnati Ohio at which one Hundred of the leading spirits of both parties were Jire sent a Resolution was adopted and signed by All reset whereby the uniting labor party of Ohio is consolidated with the National Union labor Paity. The Resolution was Oti ered by or. A. S. Houghton Secretary of the executive committee of the i United labor x . A special says that at Laon. In the Quot department of Aisne the frenchmen engaged at work on the a Raz Tunnel went on a strike because of Tho refusal of the contractor to discharge an italian. The contractor later assented to Trio dismissal of the Man. Tho comrades of the Man seventy in number thereupon make an attack upon the frenchmen using revolvers. A severe encounter took place resulting in the of ath of one italian and the of four others find of four Frenchmon. I he Frem Linen after Ward sacked the i anti in of the italian and also Coci Piett s won ing House. Al ter Ard settiui., it on lire. Atm ii other property was destroyed. General. 11. G. Dix a co s business review for the past week says Luu Iines is a Litlo better and in ngg Rekate Colunio is now fully dec jail to that of lust v ear at this Date the Iron Piid Woolen trades have Mac Ricilly decreased but Iju Sint is in groceries lumber and farm product s Genii evilly is Largo. Trade Hus in Philadelphia Baltimore Cleveland Detroit. St. Paul. Nashville ted Talv Fiton and is excellent in Omaha. In Detroit and St i aul the lumber Trade is is i facially Monti it Jned Sis excellent and in mitts a Urti and Nashville larger transact Iona and better prices in Iron Havo been noticed with ii in overeat also in car con Iron in Detroit. Kvool dealings Are Sui Allor than usual and dry goods Are not Active. The speculative markets have Boen non Active. Wheat has risen 4 Canth for the week Avith sales of h5.000,000 bushels in new York and Corn 1 cent with sales of ic.,000,000 bushels and Oats 2 cents. Hogs Havo risen 10 cents land 15 cents per 100 pounds and pork 2,5 cents a barrel Oil i v cents and Cotton 22 cents per 100 pounds with sales of �?�25 .000 Bales. Reports As to collection. Do not improve and complaints Are common. The new York returns would indicate an excess of merchandise imports Over Exorie of about is 5,000,-000 for july following ,000,000 for the previous Bix months. The Treasury has taken in during the last week a a i i Roii too More than it has paid ont and the actual circulation of All kinds is about 000 less Thui it was a month ago. Tho settlement of the Cable War and the excellent crop prospects Inive been sea to Advance stocks about w cents per share but Western freight do not yet to Init prove in shiite of Frei sent Lio Pef in reports. Business failures throughout the during the last seven lays inn tired Wilcus compared with the a it Vious w Elk. t steam communication Between sign Francisco and Atis Ralian in its will be Cut Oft Quot in to veil or. On the expiration of the present mail contract of the of Evinic steamship Conti any with the colonic in governments. By the with i Awal of the conic it any Quot a line of Stein hers. The intention of the new zealand and new South Wales govern no its to discontinue their annual subsidy and tie fact Liat the Only Aid or Ranial by the l Nite Ltd slates govern Niento is s2k i annual sea to stage it arc together sail to be responsible. Market reports. Ltd a Scatti Kyi i i-.> to t liner steers to Cist Shii Iping prudes. Sukki Quot. Wheat no. I lied. Ohno. A. It ats no. 2 Hyk a no. I. Utti i a Lidice Creamery. I Ine Dii Irv. A ukr ski full c n am Fiat. E i it is Quot a Resh. I Ota Toi s new p r he. I Ohio mess. Miliav Vukek. W i l at Cash. Oin no. I. F a ats no. Wiite. Ivr. No. 1. -2. I Cincinnati. What no. 2 red. Co Iivo no. Ats no. 2 mix a. Hoos. St. is to. 2. Won no. 2 a Ais no. I. I tyke no. in Iuit mess. New Vokk. "atti.ihocus. Ship. Quot vhf at no. I lied. Count no. -2 i arse White. I Ouke new mess. Detroit. . Hocus. Shkop. N a Kate no. 2 hed. . yellow. Oats no. 2 White. Indianapolis. Cattle. Hoos. dams. Buffalo. Cattle. Hogs. Khep. Vav heat no. 2 red a. Con a no. 2 East Liberty. Cattle a prime. Fair. Common. Hogs. Shkop. Laubs. 1-00 jmj i Quot ri.7 ii i.50 t of �0 .7� 4-, or Staris .�?�17 .10 is .14 it. It of us .1 a .14 .1 .80 .81 a a in a a i in i .57to Mali 14. I it .34 i .k5 .4 i a Quot it to to it 7.uj .h-2 in .44 a a24 .44 .44 -2 .�?�24 to a a i .44 a a24 .44 11.7 .44 -2 .�?�24 to a in a i Lite for a Morgan expiate in am agony the murder of detective Hulligan. Brief history of the crime Biog Aplin of the 4.tk1 0.00 , 1� 4. K a i .1 0 <�1.�8 i lib a .�?�&Quot>7 its .4 5 n to 14.7� 3"i at. 5.2.j 5.ui d 0.o�o 5.�oo a a 3.�o0 so Vic .48 amp .43j7 Iti .38 i5.r>o a i 4.00 6. 25 amp h.7r, amp 3.50 4.00 5.u0 4.r>0 of 5.2.5 .0.25 pm �.00 4. 2.5 it 5.25 4.50 3.5�o 6.2. 4.35 4.50 a 5.75 Ltd cd 7.00 5.03 amp 5.23 Columbus Ohio special Charles Morgan better known As Quot Blinkey Quot Morgan was executed in the Annex of the Ohio Penitentiary at Columbus. The execution was witnessed by thirty persons. Morgan was on the scaffold when the spectators entered the execution department. He looked like a High toned gentleman dressed for an evening Balli a the warrant was read and Morgan refused to Bay a Iford but stood like a statue As the rope were adjusted. When All was really the Cap drawn Down and the rope began to tighten spoke in a loud tone Quot Good by Nellie Quot and Passi d through the trap. The work was not a Success. The body writhed in Tho greatest agony and Tho legs jerked while the arms swung and the hands clutched. He slowly strangled try death. To was As game a criminal a Ever stepped upon a Scal told. Chuzles alias Quot Slinkey Quot Morgan was bom in new York state. In lm78hewa8 convicted in Philadelphia for robbing a Safe and was sentenced to rave years in Tho Penitentiary. After serving his term to went to Cleveland and there Mccamo associated with Lack comelly an old time thief and through him with Nellie Lowry the daughter of Connelly and the wife of Charles , a noted Bank Quot robber now serving an eleven year solitary online ii it sentence in i i Hila Dulphia in Ison i r the Osceola i a., Bank robbery in which i one of his accomplices was Eddie Havill of ii Imago. Morgan also became acquainted with the late Tom Foster one of Thuv most notorious Safo operators and Dosi it Era Doe in Tho country who was so t dead by a police Allicer in Cleveland about two years ago while resisting arrest. Fier a Safo robbery at Welington Ohio by it get r. , and Morgan and a Bot encounter with Tho police and a Posso. In which Tom Morgan Ono of Tho gang was Kille 1, Luid another of Tho gang an i several of Tho i my ours Wei of Louii cd Lowry and Quot blink y Morgan went to Chin Ula staying there for quite a while. After Robl no a Safe at , Lowry and pm origin Woro Pursuit Ltd and overtaken by Revend Railroad men. M Rigau Drew his pistol Ami. Tolling Lowry to Mako Dif i virile lie Quot yield the fort fac d til pursuers and literally shot his Way to rough Beni. Elfio Tiisik Liis escape. Ijo wry waa i Liburt d. Morgan w. It to thu jail Obero to was con Tim a and working Irani the outside got Liis dial out. Home Iuie a toward Hati a Row a Itu a police Olicer in Toron o w Ilo drunk it Iros Bis revolver Vireil at Tho Pilicer and Billeci a Hac Naan. For this be was sentenced to along term in Tho Kingston prison. Awhile there he 1 Tearne acquit Intel with a Youmg Detroit burglar named Matt Kenned it. Who was serving a term for a Safe robbery r a incisor. While in jail at Sandwich they tempted to escape and in so doing shoo and killed a Jailer. It being proved that Kennedy did not do the shooting to got off with a Long term in prison. Years afterwards he Mot Morgan. The two from prison and went to Detroit where they stayed a Long time under the Protection of a noted Gambler. They also a passed considerable time in Cleveland whore they stopped at Tho House of Nellie Lowry. Be was heard it m through the robbery of the Safe in Tho jewelry store of or. Green c f Greenville Mich., a Orth of property being taken. This plunder waa carried to Canada by Nellie Lowry. And Sola there. Morgan staid in the Vicinity of the Lowry House until the Cleveland for Robbie i which of cited the Niht of Jan. 2d, 18t�7, when the fur store of amp buddy on sep prior Street Cleveland was burglarized and to Worth of Sealskin garments taken. After the murder of Hulligan a Reward of �10,000 was offered for the capture of the criminals. Detective Hulligan traced the a tinder to a email town outside of Cie Voland from where it had been shipped to Allegheny City. This Fla cer together wit i capt. Hoehne went to the a latter Jalace and the Day after their arrival arrested a Young Mim what gave the name of Harry Mcmunn. He was afterwards identified by Cleveland shop keep er8 As having been hanging Ai Inid their stores and also As having had a prominent part in the shipments of the goods. Requisition i a ers were served and the prisoner was taken aboard the train by capt. Hoe Hue and Del Cativo Hulligan Sciug shackled to the latter. Chief of Murphy of Allegheny City full several detectives went to tie depot with the Cie Voland officers. Had they not done so to Rescue would a e been attempted at the depot tie presence of so Many of ricers however frustrated the scieme. Mcmunn behaved quietly and seemed Luix Housto make the Otic Era As Little trouble As possible. Quot i lie prisoner and his captors were in the smoking car. To 2 o clock in the morning ii e men enter d Tho car. There was no recognition Between Tho prisoner and them. At Lavenna thirty Niiles Tram Alliance they step ii d across the aisle to where Mcmunn sat shackled to Dee Tive Hulligan Anil drawing their Jii Stols said Quot give him up Quot both Hulligan and Huelmo Drew their weapons and rapid firing stun minced. Lilith of the of ricers a were shot several times but to ild not yield. I dually on of Tho rescuing took a co Siiling pin from a news diaper and struck both of slicers on Tho Bead knocking them senseless. Hilligan was draggy d to Tho car door a Bare Tho shackles were broken Luid Mcmunn was free. Mercian s in cure was Idon Titio by Tho train Liu ii. W to Ziril Scon hint the Iii by of the attack on the of iliac is. Or. I in pc Trou Subj Estop that a Witch be Kei t on n t in it 1 Owry and All letters Addi fused to her in inti re egued. A few Days Lilter two letters were stolen from her Bouse. They were from a thief who threat god that in she Ditl not right an that halt a been Dijinio him he Wold coun Nunciato with w. A. I Ink Erton a did give him the full i artieular8 of Tho att air Atje Afemui. To gave address As general delivery pos Tolice Kansas City and demanded an immediate answer. These sent to my Quot Riu Bertou by capt. Jim Hannon and the former at onco communicated with chief of i Ulice Spears of Kansas City asking him to watch for any Nuvil to Tho 2jeri-on who had write eur tie Lowry woman. That Siuro Day a to Lief known to the police All Over the country waa arrested at Tho Kansas City i Quot. To badly scared and with Little persuasion told to the Rescue of Mcmunn alias Kennedy had been devised at Cleveland by Nellie Lowry whom to characterized As Tho head and brains of the gang. He told of those who participated in the crime the Leader of Tho gang being Quot Blinkey Quot Morgan. His a come lice8 were Pat Hanley. A Dayton Ohio thief Liob Dickerson also a notorious Dilio criminal and two others. This if motion Hoing Bent to or. Pinkerton was forwarded by him to the Cleveland police together with photographs taken from his Owa rogues gallery. It appears that after the Rescue the gang separated Mcmunn Hanley and Dickerson going to enrolled. When last heard from they were in London. Gnu Ryan on account of his peculiarly marked appearance thought Best to stay in this country. To organized a new gang and made his Headquarters with a sister of n Ellio Lowry at Alpena Mich. The Cleveland police sent word to the sheriff at Alpena telling him who the men were and detective Reevea and capt. Hoehne went on to assist in their capture. Coughlin and Kobi Sou two of mor Gan s new gang Trio former a Cousin of Neil Lowry a and the latter a Distant relative of hers started to leave Alpena by . The sheriff got these men and then slipped Lack to get Morgan. The latter at f Nee opened fire one of his bullets striking the sheriff in the thigh inflicting a wound from which to died Throe weeks later. Morgan waa captured however and taken to Cleveland i identified and oct. 3, 1887, he waa Token into court at it Avenna for trial. The witnesses for Tho state one after another gave testimony which connected Morgan with Tho burglary and bub segment murder outlaw Cleveland and a Pittsburgh train. Notwithstanding this fact Morgan s attorneys refused to Call a single witness in his defense not even attempting to prove an Alibi and at the conclusion of the testimony for the prosecution Morgan s counsel announced their willingness to submit their Case without argument which was done. The jury after having been out one hour and Twenty five minutes returned a verdict of Quot guilty of murder in the first my Gan protested Bil Init it it sence to the leu Indiana state news. A citizens of pern Are arranging to form a Board of Trade. A Thomas Hines a Farmer near Moore a Hill was bitten in the hand by a Copperhead Snake. His Arm is terribly swollen and his life imperilled. A at Vin Conics or. John b. Yost proprietor of Tho St. John s Lionel was buns truck and died in fifteen Quot minutes. He was 32 years old and married. A during a heavy rain storm at Seymour. A Large number of fish of a variety unknown some of them four inches a length fell in that neighbourhood. The occurrence excited a Good Deal of curiosity but no one has been Able to explain the phenomenon. A As Avilliah Shoop and three companions were crossing an open Field near Hartford City in the rain a Bolt of Lig Tuini descended instantly killing Shoop and throwing his companions prostrate to the ground. They had been at work in a ditch and were seeking shelter at the time of the Accident. A Gen. D. Manson has been very ill at his Home in Crawfordsville but he is improving. A we base College has employed a new team lick of the German language in the person of Albert f. Kuersten Izier of Cincinnati. A while j returning from a horseback ride to the c it nutty miss Carrie de Quot Volf. Of Logansport was thrown from her Hor get and dragged several rods by the Stirrup. The frightened animal kicked Ber a number of Titius breaking her Narni and injuring her internally. A Silas Jackson one of the carpenters on the new Bridge being built near Moscow Fivush county lost Lis footing and fell a distance of Tif teen feet alighting u 0u a Nile of Stone. His head and face wore badly Cut. And it will be do s before he is Able to leave Bis Roo Iii. A governor Cray has requested attorney general Mich Cherto visit Crawford and Perry counties to make a thorough investigation of the Workings of the a White he was asked to ascertain the status of the suits instituted against the members of Liat organic a Tion. And in the proceedings of whi.-h, several months ago additional counsel was employed. A Julia Quot Whalin was killed by lightning at Jeffersonville. A the seventh annual meeting of the old settlers of Marion and Hendricks counties will take place thursday us. In in j. Caster s Grove two and one half Miles South of Clermont one half mile South of i., d. Amp s. Liar Load. A the Huntington White Lime company has just erected six Large new improved life kilns. The fuel used in them is crude Petroleum which it is Lair Ned is one half cheaper than Wood. The use of Oil now that the great pipe line from Lima to Chicago has been completed through that City is Likely to give the Huntington Lime interests a great impetus in the near future. A a number of boys of Yankeetown were swimming in a Pond near town and one of them. Berry Hartley aged 15, was seized with cramps and drowned before his companions could Rescue him. A patents have been granted Indiana inventors As follows Henry Fasic. Middletown sugar Cane Harvester Henry a. Goetz new Albany beam end protector James b. Grawcock Churubusco Brick Kiln Harvey Haggard Jackson washing machine Charles h. Hartina Vincennes Spring attachment for i Fri cultural implements Theodore p. Chin Man Assignor of one half to f. T. Boots. Connersville. Sign or advertising card Charles herring Geneva blood Fence Mancel w. Mitchell Assignor it if one Hall to ii. A. Gootz new All it any beam end protector Cut scar a. If. X. A Eichling. Clarion Ferico. A doll Fulchur of Martin Seville a old Schlier. And in feeble health run Over by a horse and buggy driven by Bert Miller breaking three ribs and inflicting internal injuries. The wounds May prove fatal. A lightning struck four horses belonging to e. Cooper six Miles Southeast of Anderson killing All of Vliem. The horses were standing under a Walnut tree. There was not a Mark to be seen on any of the animals except that every Hoof was stripped entirely ii each one. The tree showed no evidence of having been struck. A capt. James b. White was renominated for Congress by the republicans of the twelfth congressional District. A another murder has occurred in Tipton county making the second in four months. George Crutchfield a Constable of Madison township went to Tiju ton and swore out a warrant for the arrest of John Hadley charged with stealing a horse Saddle and other articles. Hadley is a desperate character and the warrant was placed in the hands of sheriff Bates. Bates and Crutchfield immediately started in Pursuit of had Leland when near Curtisville a Small town ten Miles Northeast of Tipton the two of Beers separated. Crutchfield met Hadley coming Down the Road in a a Wagon and informed him that he had k warrant for his arrest. A few words passed and the two men pulled their revolvers. Crutchfield g weapon missed fire and Hadley shot him three times in the Abdomen after which he made his escape. A Man from the scene of the tragedy reports that Crutchfield is dead find that Hadley will be lynched if tired

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