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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - December 19, 1895, Fort Wayne, Indiana Mot stoic v1l.i�. Ind news by Telegraph boiled Down for our intelligent readers. Philadelphia Street car by ploys strike and Ina Jurate riota and Walton destruction of property Cleveland a message on the Venc Xuelan dispute. Tied up. Phila Delphiia Street cars stopped by strikers. A special from Philadelphia dated wednesday says a riot Ancl destruction marked tie of cuing Day of tie great strike of the Street car employees of the Hixion traction oin Pany. Aided by the mischievous Lawless element the strikers succeeded in coins lately Tyint up the lines of the i lion track Iii oni Pany and tonight wit i the exception of the one line not controlled by the com Auy involved in the strike not a Street car wheel is turning in Phisid Elijhia. To Thi credit of the strikers it May he said that the disorders were created by too ardent sympathizers and mischievous boys. About hog cars were badly wrecked. This afternoon tie mayor issued a Proe la nation calling u on All Good Citi ens to preserve the peace and asking them to refrain from gathering in crowds on the Street lie further added that violence and Arldt would be met with Torce and that the peace of the City will be preserved at All hazards. The suddenness of Llie numerous outbreaks seemed to take Theja olice by Sui Rise and for a time were wrecked with impunity in the very heart of the retail show it Ping District. Then the Reserve patrolmen were massed at Cery Tinea tend Point and to night it Nery policeman in Tho City is on duty. Revival in a Penitentiary Indianapolis special Warden Lalley of the state in Rison North tells of a remarkable i a Grigious revival in Progress in the prison. Since the wave of religion is excitement struck the prison More than 100 of the hardened convicts have conversion. A Hristian Endeavor society with about 200 a members has let Een organized within the prison Walls. The Warden says the convicts who Are at the head of the society Are wondering if the society will be entitled to delegates in the next annual convention of the Young Peoples society of a Hristian Endeavor. Various religious forms have been introduced in the prison. The Warden says there has been a great improvement in the conduct of the 900 since the religious wave took hold on the prison. He is encouraging in chaplain and convicts in the move emf the american Flag shot Down. Liere Are persons in the town of Cross Plains wis., who evidently object Toa United state Flag floating Over a school House and the state superintendent of schools is now investigating the Case. Recently the teacher of District school no. 7 decided to raise that hag on the school. The next Day it had been shot doff the staff having been Cut in two by Rifle balls. The damage was repaired and the stars and stripes were again hoisted by the patriotic teacher. The next morning the Flag was again Down the Flag staff having been broken. The affair has cause Ltd considerable comment. Advices front constantinople. The correspondent of the i United in Ress at constantinople telegraphs that it is now known that not a single Turk was injured in the disturbance at liar pot. Nor did any Christian lire a shot the latter having been a hot and Cut Down without resistance. The Kev. Royal Ltd Ole has made the journey from Moos i to bit Lis in safety. The american missionaries have decided to remain at their resent it Ltd its their feeling of Security living been restored. Black Small pox in Cuba. A is Ecial cab Dispi Altti from Havarti says though the epidemic of yellow fever which been fatal to so Many in the Spanish army during the Las six ruin the is subsiding a new and even in re terrible Scourge has appeared in tie form of variola Nigra or Black Small pox Imp sorted from Afri a on the government troop ships lately arriving with reinforcements. About Ifo per cent of the cast s so far reported have prove Ltd fatal. Cut him to piece. Frank , a la an Han it Ile Engineer met a horrible death in Newcastle ind. While his train a running at a Hijii rate of Speed he got out on Tho running Board of the engine to tix the air pump. He slipped and fell beneath the wheels and was literally ground to pie Ces. His head one leg one Andarin were Cut entirely off. Lewellen lived at Richmond in it i. Wash2 years of age and he leaves a a it if Ault a one child. _ Cleveland my Saue on the Venc Zue Lati dispute. The message of i resident Cleveland to Congress transmit ing the Between Secretary int a and lord Salisbury relative to the \ Boundary dispute created a real sensation in Washington. He declares that the Lii item states should stand by them it mroe doctrine. Masonic Temple theater it. Wayne Indiana. I tee. 2i5.- a the Dee. 27 a american extravaganza to. Dec. 80 and 81. David Garrick. A Ian. 1.��?oalabama.&Quot Jan. 8.�?walker Whiteside. Major in Ayne dead. Major John Scott Payne retired Ottimer of the regular army and member of Tho Board of pension appeals died at his residence in Washington aged 51 years chained chinese witnesses. Sheriff s action at Portland ore., majr cause complications. The fact that Chan fee Law and sin Tong two chinese held As witnesses to appear against sin you the murderer of Lai sing were taken before a coroners jury and exposed on the Public streets of Portland Oregon in Irons May Lead to serious complications. The chinese Are very indignant Over what they deem to be an outrage and through their representative at Washington damages May be demanded for the indignities heaped upon their countrymen. The two men were not criminals simply witnesses of a murder in which one of their countrymen shot another. As much for their Protection As to insure their presence in court when wanted they were held at the Central police station under Bonds. On monday the sheriff who had Possession of the prisoners and the two witnesses took them to the coroners office heavily chained. A prominent attorney in speaking of the fact said that Iso far As the two men simply held As witnesses were concerned their being ironed was a grave outrage. A the fact is that under to aty rights these chinese went made to suffer a great said he. A i think that under it terms of the treaty China Eom is under the most favored nation clause an Ltd these men can demand damages from the government. It has been had that a sheriff has not even the right to in ii or Kanaele a prisoner whih before a court on mobs for ghouls. Infuriated citizens of Topeka thirst for vengeance. Within a few Days the citizens of top it a. Kan., found the mutilated remains of relatives i the Dissen Ting room of the Kansas medical Colleg it. The bodies had been stolen from their Graves. The City arose in indignation and wednesday night mob spirit St ilk Ltd abroad for an hour after Sundown its avowed purpose and its nicely Laid plans were to set tire to the Kansas Mcdial Colleg Ltd and to Deal out summary i not Iii ice to the grave robbers. Nothing but it Fuiek us it of the poli a be. Backed by the militia of the state averted the burning and riot and q Lola d the rising feelings of the comm Unity. Three outraged. To sell govern mint interests senator Thurston a plan to Settle Pacific Railroad debts. Senator Riu Irston of Nebraska l Iuis Day introduced a Bill in the is uate for the settlement of the Pae Itic railroads Dot it its. It Jiro Vides i or the Sale of the governur it interest in both tin l Nion and a a mitral railroads Hizy l 1s�zm a. To the highest bidder. Init there shall be no Sale unless the bid shall be at least "�0 Perez it. Of the gov c Rimiene interest. The Bill is v try Long and it he a it it Ted mainly to the details of the Transfer and manner of Sale. Germania sinks the Cambrai. In passengers on the White Star Steamer germanic had a thrilling cup it it Zenoe at London Wedny a Day morning. As the big Ocean greyhound was in the Mouth of the River Morsf v she dashed head on Riuo the so eth coasting Steamer Jambie. I he passengers who had been in i towing away their effects Jire Paratory 0 the trip across the Atlantic rushed i get a i Ell from the state room and steer a it to the Upp it it a deck Many with Bun do Ltd a of their in a it it ions articles in their arms. H was flt find necessary to i y physical Force some Ltd of the Pani Ltd i Rieken passengers from juin it aug into Lic Hoppy sea that was then running a he distressing scene was rendered More acute by the actions of the on i tie fated Cambrai. A jagged Hole had i Cen torn in the Bow of the a Laller Cral. And the water was Rushing into its lower and hold with the Rai it Edity of a Mountain torrent. Craz Ltd by the Slivek of the Impact of the vessels and fearing that death by drowning was inevitable. The Ca Mitrae passengers made desperate attempts to escape. In All thirty of the passengers of the Carthrae and to Amity eight of the it Rew found Refuge on the Jermanis. It was Well they did so for no Sormer had the interlocked sit angers been disengaged than the a am Brae went to the Bot Tuii. File utter Lack do discipline Ltd a the part of tic Crew of the Cambrai is Bitt it Ray it Lei Ionn Ltd. Let a Pra Ltd tick Fly deserting their ship they placed the Liv it its of that passengers in peril and had it not been for co Ltd work on the part of Captain Johnstone of in a Anirae. A tray ii talc would have Heen told As that it re suit of the collision. Dic turn panic found it Nec it scary to return to Liverpool. She badly damage about the Forward works there is diversity of opinion As to a Here the blame for the Accident can be pm ice Ltd. But tin germanic ass angers say that the set to get Ltd Craft Nas not properly handled. M his it no Esti us. However will have to be settled by an admiralty court. She 3larries is Diplomat. In inc innate at noon i thursday at the a Hurch of the hot by Angius was solemnized. According to the rites of that roman Catholic a Hurch the marriage of miss Margaret Rives Nichols daughter of the late a Ltd Gorge Ward Nichols to Louis Charles Antoine a Gilbert Pierre pint a Marquis de a Iii Ubrun. An attache of the French Legati in at Washington. D. C. Money in charge of Cash. In a Euty four Miles Northeast of Terrell. Texas on the Texas Hadland Railroad is a station named Sylvia. A ptts Oitice been established there but the name Sylvia would not be a Ceil to Ltd by the Post office department. Out. Of a number of names sent for selection a Ash was accepted j. L Money rec iving the appointment As postmaster. Democrats to meet Jan i. William f. Harrity chairman of the democratic National committee requested the Secretary to notify the committee members thereof to assemble at the Arlington hotel in Washington Jan. L it to select the place for holding the next Deni Cratie National the Revenue in. W. A Royall dead Brevet brigadier general William b. Royall in. S. A., retired died at his residence in Washington Friday aged 7. Years. He was born in Virginia in 1820 and served in the mexican and civil charge against an express company. Banner of the red Cross will float in the sultans Domain Relief for armenians a Wichita Many a unique scramble for Fame. C. A Humeston. Indi it Ted at Omaha for wholesaling liquor without a govern ment License is the agent for the Adams express company at Hastings and it is really that company which is on trial. The evidence shows that certain liquor dealers in Hastings a Ere in Tho habit of giving their orders for Beer to the express company w Hen they needed it. And the local agent would Send these orders to the Otyce of his it oni any at Lincton where they or it re holed. I he Lincoln office had a government License to avoid Possich trouble in thu Tui Section of this l ran Ltd of its busing ass. If la Poveru ment so Hures a conviction it will vitally affect All Ltd Xian it is companies. To travel. As a ci.,0\vn. Novel Chen in of a conic us Globe Trotter. It a a Wager of Ceorge .1. Mold an sex letter of Wichit i. Kan., formerly an actor will set out trip around tin world new year s l in under novel conditions. Inc agrees i it it leave Wilt Hita penniless. Dres Ted As a Clown and to carry a a Ltd i Trilo inia 1 figure and not to speak during his Abs it he cd Copi through the Tigre. Lie May engage in any lawful to it Usu ass ind receive prot sgt its. Bul he must Luaiki a daily Reju Ort of his who a i cab outs and Iii aficial condition. He May be Al it Seni font , and when he returns he must Havi Cou to Ltd a of or its equivalent. In that it ask he is t or it i Cire from Cath Henderson who has Deil used Robert 1. Kinnaird to accompany him on the trip. Won his wife by proxy. Then Side Krauv pay the matchmaker. A Asp r Schmidt a a it it a thy Lariner living near St. Paul asks that a Broil ice Fanner. Augustus Sincuk Aii. Pay Lii n<h1 0 for s a curing the latter i Wil Schmidt testified that he had entered info a i Enlar contras l with Silt Ink ran. Because of the hitters let bashfulness. To d it his courting for him and secur a therefor scion Iii secured his sister in Law As the Bride and Side ii Kranz was duly married to her. It aying it Down and agreeing to pay the remainder Al a later Date. In he was not forthcoming and the suit followed. Vessel sunk by the ice. Schooner George w. Adams goes to the Bottom of Lake Erie. The first disaster in ice Navi it Tiou is the loss of the big Schooner Jeorge w. Adams which was Cut through and sunk on Lake Kre somewhere near Colchester. The Adams was in Tow of the Steamer Caledonia the boats encountering heavy in it off Colchester. In endear it iring to pull the dams through the inc Fields a Hole was Eru Shefi through but Low water line Anil s us went a own before anything could be done. Miss Barton to the Rescue. The Vii Erica red Cross society has decided to accept that duty Ltd of a distributing the Relief funds for a armenian sufferers and has issued an Appeal for Aid. Miss Barton president says sigh widespread want can be met Only by Relief funds Runnin i into the millions i is estimated that the Cost of r a Lief jux r a a tit will be much la Avier than in the ease of that a Jilin town and sea Island sufferers owing to inaccessibility. In he item Ross party including miss Karton. Will leave in Meilian it by after being assured of a suf Lucient sum to carry Forward the a it try. The Start must be made so i it takes five we it Dis to get to the distress and demand is urgent. Family of five killed. Officer Ilam Nicoud. His wife and thu i children were killed Al a crossing on the Dayton and la Nion Railroad St Ven Miks Onmi Iree Viville. Ohio while they tue crossing the tracks in an vehicle and did ii it hear the approaching Passen ire Braiu. The train stick the Carriage and All were instantly Killu b or. Hammond and two of the cd Ihlen were literally round to Piec its. Import an insane whom authorities of the City Hospit Louis to which m is. Lizie we Reni oved. Have idiot tied her r it lat they must place Inu in an a is Liin for Kim care. She was Broi ight gland in an insane Condit Ioji. Express Aure Vieni that she w be Coine a Lii Irden to the co into. Grew tired of caring flt or hot to. Atu Al. A in Ley Ives i and from wit h Only tint i St. Was that pay Ivi the not i hey Cabinet breaking up. The Spanish minister of i Public works Senor Bosch has resigned in order to Clear himself from that it charges connected with the municipal scandals Over the Ltd Madrid. Senor r uner Obledo minister of Justice has also resigned. But it is understood that in ail Dit us to the a Ltd be cause he disagrees with the Ardicy Ca t. Jen. Campos is pursuing in Cuba. Funds go with the elder. of elder Oxford from the Shaker settlement at new Lebanon n. A. With Mabel Franklin one of the Sisters is arousing More interest As time goes on. It has now been discovered that that a eld a took with him the it funds of the North a family a Over which he a presi led As elder amounting to at least i40,000. Will test tax on state Bank notes. Tho Calvin banking act has been so amended by Tho Georgia legislature that within a Short time Sime citizens will establish a Bank and Issue notes for the express purpose of testing in the courts the constitutionality of the 10 per cent tax on state Bank notes. Old roman a is dead. Allen g. Thurman passes Avray at Columbus on thursday. Allen g. Thurman died at Columbus Ohio at 1 15 p. M. Thursday. The Public career of judge Thurman was an open Book. His comparatively recent prominent position before the Public rendered the important Points in his career quite familiar. He was Horn at Lynchburg. Va., in 1813, and removed to 3hilicothe, Ohio with his parents when six years of age Thurman not a religious Man in the strict sense and very often he was poetically profane yet both his private Public life was remarkable for its purity. Since the death of his wife two years ago. He had been More secluded than Ever. He had Felt her More than his stoical spirit Woodd Dis Cihiy. Yet his grief had been that of the philosopher. Judge Thurman was a Rich Man. The estate of his wife had but he ii Well managed and greatly increased. Phi Thurman family has always been tin most Aristo it Ratic in the state it. And the younger generation is Prou Iii it in the social circles of Columbus plea for armenians. Survivors of massacres dying of hunger and cold. A Dis atch at dressed to the Asso it iat d a Ress and signed by i Lui Ninci of armenians of Bias in in received in London i says a a Armenia is at her last Jias. Tic Munib it a of people massacred real is and half a million of survive a e Tautui a fifire in the forests and mountains flu re they Are feeding on Liei is Mui roots. a Ifil cold have begun to make get Al ravages among them. In the name of humanity and christianity save \ Encz Ocla not la a Kinin Down. Seiko Quot Vendi add. The a a Nezuch it a minister to the United states has received a a cablegram in my Caracas Froni his government entirely disavowing a publication in the London Rimes giving what purported to be an interview with president Resi o. No such statement it was said has Ever been made by the Ufi a Ltd a Vieni. The article noted a resilient in Crspo As expressing a a Illi Furness to Inak a Remiar Alioti to a Reat Britain for the i Nian Inci Donl. Which lord Salisbury is in it Leav Oring to Seigt Araie from the Long fax uding bound Arr dispute. The position of the \ a pc Inmei to is. As has Bei u stated free j Lien 11.\, trial the Cru an Iii Iceni and the i our ulary Dis a Ute Are inseparable. He liar Mility of the Gocr Iinuma for the Cru an Alai but Itig Depe Dimit on a he the r or not in f i urge i Ltd x Eric Xuelan fir British soil. I in ii Sheil state Iru its that Senor Manine in in Londott i it a a secret Mission to in get British Jovern mint from the govern i lit of \ h we re a i cried also. Dull in the holidays. K. J. Dun a co s Eek a review of i Salt be says Quot it has in in a very i if we it a. Without any disturbances. Prices of Mann act need products slowly recede from the High water Mai k of speculation and no material Iri Creasi in is now expect d until aft it a the holidays scat declared vacant at a meeting of to lug directors of the Lincton tub at Cincinnati the seat of Benjamin Butterworth was declared a a a ant. The con i lain against tie sex con Gressman is no Natty nil inc. Italian finds a Brick. A italian fruit vend it r. Standing with his cart in from of thu new York sub Tri Aenry Bihling. Foul a Silva r Brick in the stent. Tie Brick Bel it Inge d to Handy a Harmon and was returned donation to Uncle Sam. The Lewish a Enie Tery Assoc a i it i of Vicksburg miss., unanimously agreed to Donat Ltd to tin United stall is a Large portion of its property. Santeil for the via is Borg military Park. Harpster Reid Ort is Denicol the re a port Aslo Daviti Hariz Ster. The up it or Sandusky. Cut Hio a Wool King a a being Dangen it ugly ill was Exa ugly rated. His health is \ try poor. In in he is not critically ill at present. Market quotations. Chicago a ate. Cou Inion to Pri Rae to logs shipping grades Toa �3.7� she i it. Fair to Choice. to wheal. Of. 2 rail.>7c Toa so Corn. No. 2.�?�ic to 2tc oafs. No. 2. I7c to 18c Rye. No. 2. Mac to .�?~5sc butter Ltd Hoich Creamery. 24c to 27c leg is fresh. 20c to 21c Point to is. Per Bushel. Tse to 2.jc Broom Roni to per ton for poor to Choice. Indianapolis cattle Chi Ping �?�>.00 to hogs Choice Light to .0.70 Slit up. Common to a rittue.�2.00 Toa i .7i a a who at Xvi. 2. T4c to a pc Cairn. No. 3 White 2hc to 2sc Oats no. 2 White. 21e to 2 5e. St. Louis a attic.s3.tto to a hogs $ .00 to wheat. No. 2 quoted hoc to 5ti<- Corn. No. 2 Yello it a. 24c to a Jrex Oais no. 2 White. 17c to is Rye. A. 2,we to �?~54c. Cincinnati Attis to s4.ra> hogs re 0 to >.7.&Quot a sheep. .�2.r get it i $ll.7r> wheat. No. 2. It so to tic Corn. No. 1 mix in 2sc to 30c outs no. 2 mixed to 2lc re. No. 2, 41c to 4.�?~ic. Detroit a attle. $2.50 to $5.00 Ivous $3. A it to $3.75 sheep. .$2,00 to .$3.50 wheat no. 2 red 00c to i>7c Corn. No. 2 yellow. 28c to 30c Oats. No. 2 White. 21c to 22c Rye 8c to 30c. Ltd Edff a wheat no. 2 red. Ti5c to a it in Corn it it. 2 yellow27c to 2sc Oats. No 2 White 2<>c to 21 e Rye. No. 2. I7c to 30c Chat ver seed. .$4.40 to 5i4.4.5. Buffalo cattle $2.50 to .$5.25 hogs $3.00 to $4. K sheep $2.50 to $3.75 wheat. No. 2 red. 70c to 73c Corn. No. 2 yellow33c to 34c Oats. No. 2 White 2ic to 24e. Milwaukee wheat no. 2 Spring. 57c to 58c Corn. No. 3. 25c to 2 in Oats. No 2 w Hite 18c to 19c Barley. No. 2, 32c to 34c Rye. No. 1, 30c to 38c pork mess $7.50 to $8.25. New York cattle $3.00 to $5.25 hogs $3.00 to $4.25 sheep $2.00 to $3.75 wheat. No. 2 red 65c to 67c a Orn. No. 2, 34c to 35c Oats no. 2 White 22c to 23c butter Creamery 17c to 2sc eggs Western. 21c to 24c.hoosiee happenings news of the week concisely condensed. That our neighbors Are doing re matters of 0�neral Aud local interest Attar Riascos and deaths accidents and Crimea per Sonal pointers about Indian Laos minor 8tate items. Terre haute is organizing a child saving movement. Or. L. B. Perry a Winamac dentist died of strangulation. Samuel Dowdall aged 70, fell dead at Spencer of heart disease. C Cass comity is going to establish a High school in each township. Shelby county will allow no More liquor to be sold at Blue River Park. Cassius Downer aged 16, was fatally shot at Frankfort while Hunting. Only forty three out of every 100 children in Porter county attend school. Henry Cook Columbus died of lockjaw. He was accidentally shot while Hunting. The new waterworks Plant at Alexandria been accepted by the City Council. The infant boy of or. And mrs. Walter Sparks of Anderson was found dead in bed. The business men of Joshen air endeavouring to establish anew Telephone Exchange. A Man at Brazil says that the recent earthquake made the Well water soft at his House. A boat left Evansville for Tho South and is said to a c a number of recruits for Cuba of Board. Every applicant in Boone county so far has succeeded in obtaining a License under Tho Nicholson Law. Tho to Kumio Glass Plant has turned out a plate of Bent Glass 98x1- inches the largest Ever made in this country. C. T. Coleman was killed by a b. Amp o train near Mitchell. It is not known whether it was an Accident or suicide Jacob Huffman aged in was terribly mangled at Ehmood. By the accidental discharge of a gun which he was loading. The 4-year-old daughter of William to Hen of is City was probably fatally burned her night Avn catching lire from a grate. The Young people of Frankfort Are preparing for a Winter picnic to be Given in a Hall and everyone will have to Wear their summer clothing. Jacob Hostetter Charleston trapper found a Panther in Poneot his traps. In the fight which followed two of Host it Itterl a dogs were torn to pieces. David Stewart supposed to have been killed by a try wheel in a Cla county Mill Twenty three years ago is now thought to have been murdered. The authorities have Arthur councellor at new Castle and a Wagon Load of plunder was found in his House. He is charged with having stolen it from freight cars. The to year old child of Frank Fuquay a merchant of Mitchell was fatally burned while lighting a fire with Coal Oil. She May live but one Arm will have to be amputated. Mrs. Mary .1. Maxw Ell at Shelbyville has filed a $0,000 damage suit against the big four Railroad company for injuries received while alighting from a train at Fairland recently. The american Plale Glass company w Ith plants at Alexandria and new Albany will sell Glass at Trust prices and will not Bitch the Trust a a was generally believed. The Delaware county have decided to Force All workhouse prisoners in that county to Wear stripes while at labor in the future. This action is to put a Check on the number of escapes. Brakeman Boyer was killed instantly by local freight no. �?~j5 on the Clover Leal Railroad at a Russiaville. He was 35 years old and had a family at Francfort. It i not known How thu Accident Haj Pence. A an 8-year-old a laughter of mrs. S. E. Emery living Northeast of Shelburn Wai fatally burned while playing before a grate. Her dress caught fire w Hile other members of the family were absent from the hous Ltd. An attempt Mill be made tto compel Limbert a Elvington a reporter of Ehmood to give Ujj the name or names of his informers regarding a recently published article in a local paper on w hich a suit for criminal libel was brought. Or Dongan Clark the eminent quake divine of Richmomd who was deposed from the ministry by the meeting of minis ters and elders by a cause Hii allowed himself to it 1 a baptized will Lea a it for Baltimore to undergo a medical examination at Johns Hopkins sanitarium. Jle is greatly broken in health and it is claimed to a due to his persecution at the hands of the elders of the Church. An item has been going the rounds of the Indiana press slating that the tildes Mai it Ien lady in Tho state recently died in i Porte. She was a years of age. Miss 3iary Collins of Franklin 92 years old and is in excellent health. She attend. Church regularly and \ is Ito among Hei neighbors. She recently underwent a very difficult surgical a per Tiou for Cataract in the right Eye and stood the ordeal with much fortitude. Patents have been issues to Indi Aniau As follows Georgc l. Barney of Indianapolis lock William h. Brown of Indianapolis fireproof floor and ceiling Charlea rarer of tort Wayne apparatus Fot utilizing exhaust steam John 11. Lessen of , horse shoeing Ai it Taratus George f. Ohule and f. F. Keeler of Indianapolis bolster Spring Albert w. Marshall of Indianapolis a a Lere Type plate Holder j William j. Pearce of Terre haute Drill Robert e. Poinder Ler of Indianapolis crosscut saw Joltn w. Shore of Angola planter Howard f. Smith of Elkhart machine for making cell cases Charl is e. Ward of Milton car coupling Jesse Warrington of Indianapolis balancing mechanism George w. Wright of Lapel valve gear. J

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