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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - February 23, 2012, Fort Wayne, Indiana A so mame we a , wide Catalogne of the week s important occurrences concisely. Summarized. The very latest by Telegraph. The Fishe Rioh treaty. The Senate has made Public the fisheries treaty with the president s letter of transmittal. In the letter the president recounts the negotiations resulting in the treaty and recommend the adoption of the treaty. A synopsis of the treaty is As follows statement of the object of the treaty which is to arrange the difference a arising from antagonistic interpretations of article j. Of the convention of october 20. 181bi, Between the United slates and great Britain. Article i. The contracting parties agree to appoint a mixed commission to limit in the manner provided by this treaty the British Waters of Canada and new found Laid As to which the United states by the treaty of 1h18 renounced tiie Liberty to take dry or cure fish. Article ii. The commission co mists of two commissioners from great Britain and two from the United suites which shall meet and Complete the limitation As soon As possible after appointment. Articles a it and i Are devoted to marking out the Waters referred o in article i of this treaty and naming the Points through which lines of limitation run. Article 7 says any disagreement of the commissioners shall be referred to an Umpire he acted by the United slates and great Britain and his decision shall to final. Artile 8 relates to the payment of the expenses of the commissioners. Article a says nothing in this treaty shall affect free navigation of the Strait of Causo. Article 1 1 is that i United states vesels entering the harbours referred to in this treaty shall conform to the Harbor regulations common to them. They need not enter or Cleir when putting into such harbours for shelter or repair nor when putting into the same outside of the limits es1ai>-lished for the i it purpose of food and obtaining water. But any such vessel remaining More than Twenty four hours within any such port or communicating to the Shore tiie rein May be required to report or Clear. Article 11 says United states fishing vessels entering Quot harbours or entering the easter i or northeastern coasts of Canada or the coasts of Newfoundland May unload Rel trans ship or Seli subject to Quot Quot ii b 11 a Quot it in Nam la ii Toins Laws a loading or f pairs and May in Ott a a loading or so he a Eplen re outta for. Current by electric wire from every Quarter of the cd to i sized world. Verhin such by re License to Purchase in established ports of entry of Quot Liin Idian and Newfoundland provi ions for homeward shall be granted to the t United states. Article 12. J Ishing vessels of Canada in Newfoundland shall have on the Atlantic coast of the United states All privileges accorded and enjoyed by this treaty by the United states fishing vessels in Waters in Canada and Newfoundland. Article 13. 1 he United states Small nud Iber each of its fishing vessels on the Bow. The scheme of numbering to be sent to the British govern intent before it fakes effect. Article 14 contains pedal pics for unlawfully fishing in the Waters referred to in article 1 of this Treais. Article 15. When the United states removes duties on All kinds of fish and Oil All kinds of Tish it being a product of the Fisherman of Canidu and Nelfo Ludlan 1 i like products of the United a fats Hhall be admitted free of duty into Canada and Newfoundland. In addition Rhile Dutie s Are riot imposed by the United states on such articles certain specified privileges shall be accorded to the United states. Article la relates to the ratification of the treaty. A pro o col regulating the fisheries until the adoption of the treaty has been ii red upon by the commissioners who framed the treaty. Tie Fate of i 11 far a. A dispatch from Vienna says count Kalnoky minis or of foreign affairs has accepted l Ussia s overtures for the settlement o the bulgarian question. He trusts that Italy and England will follow suit. Or starve j lot Al. Jacob Hollenberger aged 20 years died at Reading pa., haying literally starved to death. Oyer four months ago a piece of molten Iron flew into Bis Throat while he a was working closing up the passage Way to Lis stomach and he has never eaten anything since but was kept alive by Liq nid injections. His weight was reduced from 105 to forty pounds. Minor a a a Lei rams. A Specia ii from Lima Ohio says let Ennis magi a and his wife were found dead in let de. Their death was cause<1 by natural which had escaped and filled their be Roona. The president and wife Are on a visit to the sub tropical exposition at Jacksonville Florida. The boiler in the saw Mill of Levi Newell four Miles exist of Morenci mich., exploded and killed fireman William Smith and injuring Levi Newell. Miss j ssh a Brant danger of a a wealthy Farmer near Lexington ky., suddenly died from taking rough on rats Mymit Trike or quinine. She was in the City and not feeling Well when she reached Bome she got what she supposed was a quinine and took it. In a few minutes the mistake was discovered and a phys Cian called but no Relief could be had and she died in horrible ago by. John and Henry Smith attempted to arrest an Indian by the name of Danny Illta at Bentonville ark., and in a fight both of the Smiths were killed. The Indian . A Wom a living in new York formerly miss Cal an of county Cavan Ireland says Gen. Sheridan is the heir to a Fortune of $150,u i0 left by mrs. Blake who died about ten years ago in . The last Hope of the Boodler Quot faded away Yesier Dav. Says a Chicago dispatch of Friday and the counsel for the state scored a signal Triumph when the appellate Cost handed Down its opinion and affirmed Iho lindin>8 of the court below thus sending Adam Ocha Dan Wren Mike m As Hcrman John e. Van Pelt Mike Leyden pm county commission is and Harry a. Varnell Lalo Warden of the insane Asylum Down to Joliet Penitentiary for two years each. The sentence of de Mcdonald sex Engineer of the county Hospital and by father of Mike Mcdonald was likewise affirmed and to a Oeh to Joliet for three years. The convicted Boodler had been led to expect a decision favourable to them and they vere sorely disappointed when Tley were apprised of the court s ruling. William b. Tascott the stylish Blue eyed Young burglar who murdered Amos j. Snell the Washiington Boulevard millionaire and sought safety in flight has not 3 it been Aix ested says a Chicago Telegram of monday. He is still Securo in his place of hiding but an army of spies is on the watch for him whore ver he May to and will Tollow him Ali Trevor tie May go. The police suy that he Cauuet escape. It is Alleg ocl that he it Vasei Seon at let ii of River \vib., Aucul detectives have goo there to set Chi for him. Sunday last there \\tt3 arrest this cloy the Man who was Tascott 8 Toia Zaniou who stood on guard of the out Itlo of the Boll Ros Donco while Youthful burglar was inside com unit Tofig Murii i and this Man l�3 made a full cd a session. He places the guilt on willium b. Tascott against whom 80 much circumstantial Ovi Donco Nab arc acid u. In Iii Lod up. Tascott wanted Hui to with him in a ufos of crime i he nit it that the Kadi Bui fiary was to be com minted Libis Niau and Tascott went to Tia Houtho . Tus Outt put on his lot Alii pers and after Sjorin a the Holowa <0 open the Kitchen door went ii Issue to of Jan t ios Foaud Securo tie , Ilia Coon splice outside for the Polico to provent any inter Union of the due porous under Zaixin. K the bigots ured and was , b a . U Al it his Vioet until to o u. J. O Jatter was Paie excited and he lits cd his by the Arni and Lom a in u t a Iii rdc. Hion the two Sliu ked a t an it i crept up the to Talca b to jump at to. West wind Sou Scot t i ii ii. T Limo rain out Aid Jean tin. I j ital oct to Quot Rii d a t 11 i d to oar Dod a to Aiu for Oak i Ark flu re he i. A brother and bitter Loii g. The a i 5<j.otj Jorri died by tie Ini Truoi Quot and so a d lest to Iii it e a Roaton a i 1 hold Lor a Ltd in ii City in the crime that Lio Isom Sivia to tiie j 0. 6. He has i i in a svs oin stat Iuie to and Satin tied the i it Alico that he i a i no direct connection with Ihu Mictl Jiju incr or Vith any other crime that was j in nixed and by Young uhe name of his inn is with Hei i at the Earnest Reid heat of the i Oitice. Uhe otii<.er3 at the cd i Antral to Latsiou but iday Vutura an l>.,b� y t i oyed and mailing to ail .8 of Luo world copies of the Loli owing revised . Which gives the very latest Deschi pts on of Iho Muu wanted two duh Axis Rewa Iid. Depart mint of police City of Chicago feb. 18,1s&8.�?look out Lor and arrest ii Liam b. Tascott Alius t. A. Cath night aha Amoore Al a Bcott aha Clark to la supposed murderer of a. J. Isnell Quot nuo Wab i glued on the might of i fcb. 8. Twenty to jars of age a feet 9 or 10 inches High. J5u sounds weight slim built very Ere it Lull Rund heavy Vej Ebro a Verv 1i>rowa hair thin on top bit Heaja to int. We mind it Blue eyes email thin dark or Jat Iche Luay be dyed May have some Isth upper jaw a led with Good lower jaw acc. Ii Itig. Wore when last seen Down and Uray pc trip of a pasta Stripe Oue half Inch wide Durk co it Vest and overcoat with a ilk hat a Juare Tojo ring set with gamete and pearls one Pearl mib song. May Cir by Eanor Ith a round Gold 1 Enid engraved with a. H. T. In in no Gram also a russet coloured Oval Valise big Lichen inches Long and i fit inches deep Bank by a strap Over his Shwu Lucr. Taima to to a newspaper reporter la also said to be an Pooi player and will Iron Junt Viool rooms. To converses freely about hib travels through the country. Iho above Reward will be Prii i for his Cai Turo and Deien tii n Umil of Jer with papers con arrive for him. Fiend All Uuiorn Tiou to i it Kii w. He hard Actium ii neral Sui it Enid Tonden of toi Ioe. A Ohio dispatch says the Register of the baptism of Gen. P. H. Sheridan was destroyed by the burning of �3t. Joseph s Church in the Spring of a 4, and the private pipe is of the Sheridan family were it Stroyd in 1802. The lol lowing inform Ron been Given out by mrs. A Sheridan i a clip was born March r., 181. Both or. F Hor Dan and Niy Heli w inh cd Athor omit to i a tic Hin. To was not hero at the Timo and d d not Norrie for us eral Biluys. In tiie we Ciu chided to have Lim debris to nod t. I Atli k s Day mar h 17, and that 1 a 1 Thia Doni Iii k Yoni pit owned the . I Viii Enisher the Day will. It was a cold Blua i y Day and with Quot Reat i faculty lie a was taken lion the Stone st Quot s leading to the a Bircket in front o. Orr House who. H we to a go re of ii a to two Church. I cum it Call to Niaud Sho stood or Iii i 1 t to it a Isteni Toj Aarons a drummer for a Philadelphia Louee who was a passenger on a train which was passing through mount vernoi111., Al Tho Niou jct ibo ill fated town was struck by Cyclone thus describes Tho appalling scene Quot it a to Triblo calamity. I next or wit nosed anything so frightful in my life. On reaching the mount Vernon station it be an to Thunder and lightning. Presently it be Jan to rain and bail driving every Oue 10 Obeiter. Just a eth 3 time a Iker tenuous Blak cd Oil funnel Shai de was seen Over our hex is. Some of the Pepio know in a Momot what was com inc find began to cry out of . The Cloud burst in a mini t j alter Iori icing. It came with the Roar Ami crash of a mighty Battle. Hous"8 of All Descry Tlona went town like wheat before the sickle. Men women and children hither and thither Acrea Inibig and praying in their Profil and flight the county court House was utterly wrecked and a three Atory Mill wan blown across the track just behind us. Our train was Yinti in the track of the Cyclone and it was Ink eur at a a a Iii to Down the track. Tho end inner could not control the train and Fortunat Fly for i a the brakes were not of. Trees were Uji rooted and cars listed cleanly off their wheels. The Passa a o the a clone must have occupied at least two minutes. A strange was that three minutes after the Cyclone the Sun was shining brightly and Sereno on the scene of a Mitchell Dak special says the Republican of that place forwarded circulars to the county treasurer of each of forty three counties in South Dakota with a request for the exact facts As to the loss of life in the storm of january 12, and a plies have been re it lived from nearly All. This is the Aurora county 5 deaths Brownt Bou homme 19 Mirulo i be Ajilo 9 Iju Alo none Campbell Chur cd mix 1 Codington none t Lark 4 Daison 1 Dickey Pono Lay 1 Louglas 2 j it in Juda none Faik a Hanson 1 Hyde i hand 6 Hutchinson it Huthes none Jerauld i Kingsbury i Lake. I , to Mccook 1 Miti Netaha 7 Potter none Spink. A Hully. Noue Kan born 4 1 Umer Jav Al Rath none Union none Iau ton. The losses in Stock will fall Short of two thousand by a most Liber Al eat inmate the heaviest fatality being in Doug inns county v acre five Lenored Ore be ported As missing and the next heaviest in Aurora two Hundred. In the other counties where losses occurred Tho number ranged from three to l kit. A st. Louis special says that those members of the old Champion Brown blocking club who have been sold or traded away have in it ered into a Quot combination Quot by which they Hope to bring president on Der Ahe to their terms when the time comes to sign co it tracts. They have Ai Reed to refuse to sign for less than $3,0uu, while one or two of them declare that even that figure does not reach the Sam at which they place the value of their services. The execution of Brooks alias Maxwell who killed Preller at st. Louis has Arain been postponed owing to the fact that a petition for a rehearing has been sent to the United states supreme . G. A. Lathrop amp co., tobacco dealers at Richmond va., failed for $2,000, and William Ewan a son clothiers at Montreal a led for $100,000. Foitik unmasked men entered the Bank at Cisco Texas shortly after midday took charge of the cashier and other officials collected $6,000 in Cash then locked the officers in a Back Yard and decamped Hsiug their revolvers As their wagons dashed through the streets. F. B. Poupot an employee of the new Orleans Cotton Exchange left the City suddenly after having disposed of 1 if20,000 Woith of Bonds belonging to the i Exchange. He had pledged the securities to secure Money to invest in the Louisiana state . A Billii has been introduced and favourably reported by the House committee on i pos office to provide for a fourth assist i ant postmaster general says a Washington Disi atch. The investigation which preceded the reporting of this Bill fur Nisbet a very interesting exhibit of the 1 growth of the country since 183g, when a similar Bill to relieve the first assistant postmaster general was passed by creating the office of tii ird assistant postmaster general. In that period Tho number of pos offices Las increased trom 11,-00 a to of ,000 the extent of Post routes from 118,204 Miles to Miles the of the department from $.1.408, 2. To the expenditure of the department from $j,811,7g5 to $.53,0l ,rj4 the amount of salaries to postmasters from 5812.803 to $11,925 ,481 the amount paid for Iran i rotation of mails from $1,038,052to f2u.b.0t,i08. I a Washington Telegram says the fish eries commissioners completed their labors on Quot wednesday. A treaty was signed which it is befit Ved will result in a satisfy Victory settlement of the disputes that have existed for almost a. Century be a tween this government and great i Britain Over the North Atlantic fisheries. Before the treaty can Lake effect it must have the ratification of the Queen of great Britain the Dominion of Canada and the province of Newfoundland As Well As of the Swiate of the United Stales. Although the tre vill not at present be made Public it in be stilted that it relates exclusively to the disputes concerning the fisheries of the North Atlantic coast and does not include any i>rovi8ions concerning the bearing s s a trouble or commercial reciprocity. The treaty it May also be added Dors not cont nip Lato the admission of fish into the l nixed a states free of duty. J it is stated by a Washington correspondent that or. Randall has prepared a Rev Eure reduction Bill by which he reduces the Revenue ri0.000,0il0 by placing certain articles on the Iree list $30.000,000 by the a p Al of the Tobii Itco tax find 30,-000,000 by the reduction of the whisky tax to 45 cents per gallon. Labor. A spa Chaij from beading pa., says it hat Quot loth parties to to e Reat strike of met is i in the Jehu Mikill regions Are resorting to i most Des Erate measures to attain their j ends. J he situation in a nuts Oil is this i Tho its mme is to Ron me at the Witges they were getting before lat i Tieniber. J he men want 8 per Cut it n Ore a Hin to is. A tithe r Side will yield. Erich i Urty is taking ext True Nina or it s. The be Ding company is Imbior Tibig dial i its by the hundreds and Pitt Iii the m to work la the mines. There is Inibig nation throughout the Coil reiou8 Over the s new move of the company. The i miners of the r part also propose extreme j measures. The engineers firemen and pump men Are to be culled out if Possi a a dispatch says the destitution among Tho families of the miners that is being developed there is terrible and such that it longer be hidden. One family of nine was found to have actually been without food for two Days and to e children were so weak irom fasting that when Relie came it l and to be sparingly Given to avoid Killino them. Nortier family of six was in he same state and a third was almost As b id. They Are but instances that have Many parallels. It Bas been established that most contributions intended for the miners have been absorbed by the railroaders who have been living in Clover while their allies the Philadelphia pm Iblis Leader of Friday publishes an editorial in regard to a persistent rumours that its proprietor or. George w. Childs would accept the k publican nomination for president. Or. C ids Emp apically repeats his refusal to be a candidate or to be voted for and adds that he would be compelled to decline the offie honorable and exalted As it is if i y any Chance in the chapter of it foreseen events he should happen to be elected. The Iowa Republican stale committee has set wednesday March 21, for the meeting of the state and District conventions at Des Moines to select delegates to Chicago. A dispatch of Friday from Marquette mich., says Quot Seymour s plurality is less than 200 now and the official figures will be needed to establish the result. Breen the democratic labor candidate says he will contest the seat and that the knights of labor till Back him up. He claim a that there was fraud intimidation Bull dozing and Boodle employed in Seymour s foreign the negotiations for a Eusko Franco Alliance Are in condition says a dispatch. France Only hesitates As to when the treaty ought to be signed and How to keep u a secret from Bismarck who it is Fez pecked would at once declare War on learning of the compact i the exact relation which England occupies to the Powers composing the triple Alliance says a London dispatch May be defined As not an engagement but an understanding. There a no treaty be prom ise no written under taking by a Bioh Italy could in the event 01 War Call Pou great Britain for help. But lord Salisbury has Given both Prince Bismarck and big. Crispi j assurances which they regard As Safis factory. They m by be called personal but they Are binding on the prime i Kiister so Long As he remains prime mini ter. Should 1 Italy be attacked an English Fleet will protect the italian coast. Thi is some i thing More than Mere conjecture. It has twice been affirmed by the leading con a Serva Tive Organ which As a Rule discusses foreign affairs in accordance with ministerial wishes and not without official knowledge. A leading Vienna paper As. Sets the same thing and extends the English obligation to the defense of the austrian coast. A Pabis dispatch says that extreme activity prevails at All of the French arsenals i and that a fighting Fleet is being fitted for Active service. In a few in Days it says the state of the naval stores will be far better than at Tho beginning of the year j advices have been received in London j that thirty six trains conveying troops i have left Odessa and proceeded in the direction of Kisch Eneli general 1 i a statement comes from Philadelphia that the Rock Island a Road proposes to extend its lines by 1,200 Miles running its extensions to Denver and the Gulf of Mexico. Ibis work will require i 0.000,-000, for which new Bonds will be issued. The Bock Island by its proposed Denver Extension will enter into direct Competition with the Burlington amp Quincy and a new Railroad War involving All the great companies in the West May Lesu t. Touching the new fisheries treaty with Canada a Washington correspondent telegraphs As follows tiie Quot touch and Trade Quot privileges had been Rekuc tacitly noticed of by , and Heidi Igor american is hiring Vessela will have Tho Banio ri4rit3 m Canadian ports Tuat Canadian Vos Bels have m the ports of the i l United states. Tho Only limit Tok u in on Tho right of Tho lir Herrien of the Suitca states to buy bait. This it is soul Vul a s 1110-thm of a Sale to the Dou Pinion people and lie no real to us. Ile Cunradi. Croutc Tiou on the Headland theory was so a Iii that Ica Ai a wins inevitable. The Concession to Tho a Aua Iii is of the inshore fisheries it is Tuon it will please the i without Hurt info the new-1-Nltind�rs. The excl Fon of Quot ree nah Quot has been inevitable from to e Start and it excites no comment exec t As there seems to be a squint toward ultimately Hin gig this about in the agreement that Tuo lice use exacted from american vessels trading in Hamidian Porta is be abolished upon the placing of Tish on the free list by the l United states. J j. P. Douai Idison amp co., ship Chandlers Quot Detroit. Gustav Ranger amp co., Cotton merchants of new York and Galveston liabilities $150,000. John a. Durbane amp co., paper dealers Baltimore lab lilies. $200,000 assets $100,000. C in Rob amp Graves Sash doors and blinds Mii Neap Olis liabilities ���75,000 assets . J k. G. Of x it co., in their weekly re i View of the condition of Trade say j it cannot be said than business has changed for better or Oiso Diin Limo past wet a. Luo causes of Tho recent Ile. Ressi Viu in the Pic roots have a Ocoine More hourly Visil be tiie severe weather proc Nicod str k it a Ai d i action irom 1 st your d less be is in . The i facts of .-.i-Fculatjoii, bail on How i of a for i it a , ure made Plaisi by the accounts of y a Portis show ii to a of i.-l�0,000 in i n at Stults is. S o in Cit Usi a a 0 in pro is i is and 0.00 in Oil Coni Paic do i thu u by Bat an Iii prov in it is expected to a p a or in minor , a it d partial it it cum i for Fob Ruar b of a a Tutor Uio of men. Merkt to cont Oue in ii lev Sta inuit Anil prices vary hut Little on Trio Whf it e. The Chi Mukaye in p its Ion of a is a re ii Tion in wheat 1 ,0ao,c0j b Sylvus less h i it Ono ont in Pov it n Iii nth Lii it y a thai at Mthr at Lap bout it to bus i la reunion Frex Oit in excess of s i Pes Lor sred in i foot whereas last sear s exports after Date wore Bui it reports. Kew Loo i. Slick a. Vii Kate so nuts. 1 . Coli no no. 0.\ is Whito. I a new me a. Cd ing it Cawili a Chi i e to i rain ouers i Ltd. O Inion t far. Hons Shi in g a of. Sliski 1vui at no. 2 lid. C Una no. -.i. Oats no. 2b i. Limit Kun a Nuice Creamery. Fin it Lairy. Cikk ski Kull Creati new. K of fresh. Roi at , per by. L Ouke mess. To Lido. I Ikata Cash. Corn a Cash. Oai so Cash. seed. Kansas City. Cattle. Hoiris. Wheat no. 2. Cob no no. -2. Oats no. 2.-. . Whkat�?Cash.�. C0hi� a no. Oath no. 2 White. A Tel no. 1. Bail Eye no. 2. Fouke Mesa. St. La Luis. Wheat no. 2 bed. mixed. Oats Cash. Kyd. Barley. Poi Ike Mesa. Buffalo. Cattle. H of. S keep. Cob no no. 3 yellow. . Cattle a prime. Fair. Common. Nos. S sep. La . Catt few Prim. Common. Hogs heavy. Liiiht.8ue�f�?prime.common to fair. $ 5.00 6 00. 0 to 0.75 pc j i Sil of tip Lix. .-12 i a 1.j.0j a. 15.7 j t a >.75 i 4.-5 a. .5 4.5j. 5.u�o .i./5 , to in a it Foo v .48 a. Is we .7s .�-0a a .23 amp�5 us.85 ij.50 Quot 14.00 it amp .86 a .32 tii .3� 3. J5 4.03 4.00 a. 4.50 4.75 get 5.50 .80 Ali .80 .43 .44 .30 Lis .30 .75 .46 .60 .72 13.50 .76 .h4 .63 .74 14.00indiana state news. .75 .46 .60 .72 13.50 .76 .h4 .63 .74 14.00 .83 .�?��0 .60 a it 14.00 .81 .30 s .00 Al 1j.50 4.7� 5.00 .53 5.2-> 4. >0 2.75 5.50 4.75 5.�o0 4.00 a.23 5.00 to 3.75 3.23 5.50 i 5.75 5.75 s .50 amp 5.75 4.50 to 3.25 6.0 Al 5.75 amp 6.50 i.7s a it 4.00 i 5 .50 5.00 in 4.50 lib 4.0j a George Levi 4 a years old a tramp. Bent from ra.=<h county to the Penitentiary Fox larceny for Oce year has confessed an awful crime to Warden i Atten. He was moved thereto by a dream which told him to confess and showed him Hwee Tueth forgiveness and i glory beyond. His reproving conscience had harassed him till he fell from 180 pounds o 125. He has nearly served out his term. Three years ago he relates he passed near Lawrenceburg and committed a nameless crime upon Martha shears 11 years old. It aroused the in ire neighbourhood and Frank Nelson a Yonne a Farmer was Appi hended convicted and sentenced for Twenty one a ears for the crime. Levi does t know Nelson has had no communication with him Bat since being in prison he has known through news a jeers that an innocent Muu was condemned. It left him no rest Day or night. The awful dream occurred to Lim a few Days Ngo. He went and confessed. Since which time he log Les Happy contented willing to stand the just punishment and Saj a a heavy lend is lifted off. Warden Patten cautioned him but he persisted in making the Confes Ion. He was not suspected. Nelson was convicted two years and nine months ago. The confession is an awful record of depravity. A the suit of b. Sarah e. Mcintosh wife of Deputy collector of internal Eeve nue Alex. Mcintosh of new Albany to break the will of her father a c. De Pauw Ite i Reat Glass manufacturer who died last fall has been compromised. Mrs. Mclntosh is to receive property Worth $2 i0. As nearly Asean Beed mated Del and left about s10,00 it it k in manufactories Iron works stocks and real estate. Of this nearly a million was left to Depauw University and half a million More to various charities. Trs. Mcintosh a daughter by Bis first wife was left properly she considered Worth not More than let ooh and the remainder was divided Between Tho widow and the children by later marriages. Mrs. Mcl Nio in brought suit soon after the will was probated asking for an equal division. A about ten j ears ago Richardson a Shoemaker disappeared from Mont Pelier in a mysterious manner and was never Afi Erward heard from though a search was made at the time and a Man named Wiley was arrested on suspicion but Hub Seq Nelly released. Recently the Bones of a Man and some clothing were found in the trunk of a hollow tree by two Wood choppers and the report has revived the Story of the Shoemaker s disappearance. He went in that direction and was believed to carry a considerable sum of Money. The body must have been chopped into pieces before placing it where found As there was Only one Hole in the tree and that was fully fifteen feet from the ground and too Small to admit the body entire. The matter is being investigate t. A the Indianapolis Farmer Baa obtained authority from the signal service department to Send out telegrams to one Hundred Points in Indiana daily of containing the weather predictions for Twenty four hours from 7 o clock a. M. Signal weather flags Are to be displayed from one Hundred elevated Points and Flagstaff and poles for the Benefit of the agriculture and the Telephone system is to be used to transmit the messages to Many other Points throughout the state from the several Tele Rajih stations receiving the me a saes. This new service goes into it it act Early next week. A patents live been granted to Ludiana inventors As follows Januies a. Becher Mishawaka Bolt threading machine t or Odon s. Cannon Ligonier barrel hoop it orc re j. Clue Croshen sgt so Fastener Calvin Davis Assi nor to in Triin i manufacturing company Indianapolis lifting Spring for cultivators Henry a Ili Ickley. Kokomo wrench lie Jam n f. Inc Cipun Ewing Well a Essio in a. I ugh oils Gate hinge Winana i Spear Lafayette Spike extractor. A the re Are men at Monte from the Ohio an i Pennsylvania Oil tied i Lea ing land. A a a i barrel tank tilled from the Citize Iii s Well in a Tiow of s Verity two hours and the Oil is now wis in r for the Ai k of Tankage. A test by a hydrometer at j a degrees shows its Gravity to be 3 and undoubtedly the Oil is a Fine lubricant. Agents Are Here looking Over the Field and the development of Indiana s Oil territory is assured. A the statement of receipts and expenditures of tie Indiana state Pri on North for the months of november Decosier and january has been filed with the auditor of stale. It shows re seipts amounting to >5, 5.t2, and expenditures u,-6803, leaving on hand a balance of $ 380.&Quot,. A two men were arrested at Alamo while drilling the Safe in m. J. Meyers dry goods store. They gave their names As Charles Burton and Adam Shaffer. Both claim to be from Evari Svihel. They had a Complete outfit of burglars tools and quite a variety of jewelry was Fotinia their Possession. A the doctors have discovered a Freak of in tire in the family of Hill Harris a coloured labourer in Maplewood. A male child six months old measures two feet around the Waist twelve in Hes around the thigh eight inches around the Arm and weighs thirty pounds. A Edward Barkley an Ohio and Mississippi freight brakeman slipped and fell beneath the cars near Shoals and was horribly mangled necessitating the amputation of his left leg and Arm. He died during the no pulsation. A we. Delaney the oldest Man in Daviess county died at big Home in Harris township at the age of 10,1. He a born in Ireland and when 13 years old served As a Mes Finger boy in the Irish rebellion of us. It

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