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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - January 19, 2012, Fort Wayne, Indiana To n Koi , events. Perished by news Rico re him diary of in eventful happenings of a week As reported by Telegraph latest , commercial and ludic trial sews fires Accoti evils crimes suicides Etc., Etc. A no Liioi As Richardson the Baltimore and Ohio ii Gacser accused of criminal carelessness in running his engine through a Cro to of suburban passengers waiting f a tie Illinois ventral Irivin. On the Evn inti of december �1, has been held to the it Liu Ileal court in so i us Bonds. A London special dated the 17th inst., flays this is the worst Day of the new year to far As the prospects for peace arc Cou corned. The p in Herb literally Quot swarm Ivita reports of the a russian a movements of troops. It seems to be undoubted that the second army t orp8 is now Imper March iut a Ovd ors from the caucasus to the Lioa Lulu Iii from tier a while the bulk of the Kle Eiith a or s is Leing doved Forward Cue cavalry i Rij add and Oue Rifle Brij Ade to the Koumarian Border and one cavalry division and two in Fautroy divisions toward the galician Frontier. It is said that Prince Isoba Nolf the i russian minister at Vienna has admitted this to count Kalnoky the austrian i remier while still protesting Lussia s peaceful intentions and that count Kalnoky answered that Austria s intentions were equally Pacific but How Best to show that this was the Case was not in his province but in that of the a Hon tics. A e Aio evidently in Lor a period whether Short or Long of Sharp War scare who h of course will tend to Send a Merican securities up. Apparently Lussia is going to again propose Peter Kar Georgevich for the Liu Garian throne and is massing troops to give effect to her proposition. It is practically certain that he will be rejected by the Powers. Then the question is will Lussia Light cd mixers e. Yoro for Many years confidential Book keeper of the Michigan Carbon works at Detroit bit Moore recently and treasurer of the concern has Bem arrested charged wit i embezzlement the amount being about Sot ,-00.�. The condition of speaker Carlisle is considerably improved. The Kansas City base Ball club has Ben and Milt a into the american association. A special from Corsicana Texas says the Snow and sleet is unprecedented and travel is greatly impeded. An attempt to drive a Herd of cattle to Ennis Twenty Miles Distant resulted in the loss of 2c.u of them. The Stock froze to death while standing in the streets. Senator Wali thaete from the committee on military affairs has reported favourably to the i Enate the Bill directing an examination and report on the probable Cost of improving the following named historic places Jurial lilacs on i it in Bay Island of sailors of the Navy in the War of 181-2, fort Industry fort Meigs Battlefield of fallen Timber and 1-Ort Defiance Ohio and fort Wayne ind., All on the Maumee Kiver. Cd Akivis Jon is coloured living six Miles from Belleville Texas started to walk Home in the Teeth of the blizzard. Be was found Frozen to death near his Home. At Indianapolis a Box was received by judge Woods of the Federal court which proved to be an infernal machine. The Box was shaped like an Ordinary slate Pencil Box. In one end were two cartridges tilled with powder and Cut so As to expose the powder. Over and around these cartridges powder was plentifully be sprinkled and Over and resting against the Shorter Cartridge and so folded As to present an inclined surface was a piece of sandpaper. J through the lid of the Box which Slid into place three holes were bored through which the Points of three broken matches were pushed the ends of which had been dipped in fulminating powder and put in the Box to have blinded the Jin tire in Case of an explosion no matter whether the shot took effect or not. Apparently there is no Clae As to the sender but still the of scars think one can be secured and Are at work on the Case. A p train on the Lake Erie and Western Railroad was wrecked near Bluffton Ohio by a broken rail. The locomotive and baggage car ran Over the break All right but the smoker and ladies car turned Over on their Side and were dragged 200 Yard before the train stopped. Allen Gilbert a travelling maa from Fos Tonia Ohio jumped from the front platform of the smoking car which toppled Over on him crashing him to death. The cars took tire from the stoves after the wreck and it was Only by heroic exertion on the part of the train men hut a fearful loss of life was prevented i rank Mayo s Quot Nordeck Quot company was on the train and several of the actors were Hart. Following is a list of the dead injured and killed Allen Gilbert Fostoria Ohio killed f. W. Bedding Findlay Ohio seriously cat by Glass g. W. Hava badly Hare about the head c. Youna Findlay badly Cut on the legs. The following members of the Mayo company were injured miss Frances Graham ankle dislocated and Back sprained Edwin Nolod left hand mashed and afterwards am Ted Neil Gray Cut on he head Lobert Neil thrown through a window and badly bruised about the head and face Lawrence Johnston right Arm broken j. C. Harvey head badly Cut with Glass. It is understood that Kansas City will make the eighth club in the american base Bali association. The terrible storm which swept Over the Northwest last week was the worst blizzard experienced since 1873. The victims of its fury Are counted by the scores. From Dakota Minnesota Iowa Kansas Nebraska and Montana came pitiful stories of suffering and death from the icy blast which swept Down from the regions of boreas. The wind blew at the Rale of fifty Miles an hour and the Snow tine As powder was hurled along by the Gale. On the Prairie an object forty feet Distant could not be seen. A Man s voice could not be heard six feet Distant. The air was full of Snow As Fine As hour and the roaring of the wind and the darkness caused by so much Snow in the air made the scene the most dismal drear and forsaken Tiit men Ever looked upon. Every Railroad in Dakota and Minnesota and Many in Iowa Nebraska and Wisconsin were blocked. Telegraph wires everywhere were Down and it was not until sunday night that the awful results of the storm became known. The following is the list of deaths so far received while fifty More persons Are missing in Dakota Emil Gilbertson at Hitchcock a Sioux Falls Man two sons of William Driver at Raymond two Mitchell youths Emma Lamar Carrie Auman William c. Gat Waito Cora Curtis a Delamere or. Davis and Bod w. B. , a Barkston Kowland Chambers. 15. Gelke Raon and James a a comb 8 son at Huron Frank and William Nerizon and Joseph i Bon at Virgil mrs. Devine Adam Temor and j. W. Joslee at Iroquois George Allen jr., and Joseph Anderson at Mitchel four Iaru Ora two Bridgewater men Emil Gilman Lewis Merriman and son at Hitchcock Miga Jacobson Trimle i. Tiru Nostri a three unknown men two children of Josepn Hutchin a of three Tyndall people two Wakonda girls Jacob Krutz a in Guowu teacher j. I Aine a Rowdie Peter i Ai Kikuo at Koscoe a whits Lake Ina ii four school children Jamea Bmith. And two . At Minot. In Miniie Iota John Joy at Inverno mrs. In Tson Ole a. At Albert Loa. In Iowa to children of mrs. Fitzgerald in Inwood two Boj h an unknown Man at Sioux City. I n n Elias Kay child of John Deli Igor at David cite l red j Llor Bocci a pc aug Liiv. At Omaha mrs. V. Kiwi la at Liu Colu John Sparks of Gage comity Emil Trossman of Teru Iris. Chapman and her two at Stuart or. Mason near Nrc---,\ratthew8 Uear Button a child named a i Ouidie. Oil orb Are Rei orc d Loet and a Tiuliu Ber of escapes with Iro eur feet and hands Ara re Onod. In Aion Tana Patrick Hanley at Mary Villa William Uver Iuan at Belgrano. In Kansas James Kennedy in Sherman county. Tilt following special dispatch from Huron d. T., t us Story of thrilling scenes i i South a i v the Mas e Wilkerson and a Man named Coso went a Short i Tance from to fave. When the Butoi i truck the Iii they a waited Lor Hou Bat Ilie tean woul. Not face it. H e Luen then tied their Lorte. To Iho Wagon an l each i for Heiter. Iose Yot to the i joust Usu ii Iro in Aiti r pm Quot around six hours. Oilers of halt t g get Home yet. A Force of noisy Borg i searched for him All Day but loud no tra e of Lum. Junuis Kew Alvey went to his Slaughter Hoise and killed some sheep. Then he tried to Home let it Lis would nut face the bios Iii. The noun Jelt the horse and tried to w.h1 in the half mile but failed. Sot i Odaliz int tie severity of the storm he Trami of in Vaud in the Slaughter House and tried to Koop Kanji but could not. Later be made a to Rte with some tallow but could not get warm. Then he Lay Down on the Sheet it pelts and got nearly to sleep. The cold aroused him Aud be kept on his feet till Daylight. He then walked lome with his feet and hands badly Frozen. Hinal service to Ergeant Glenn started to go Overman open Block which had a sidewalk destined for Home and instead of going a West he brought up against a hence a Block Southeast. He then stumbled along As Well a a Mihu could and soon fell Over a Drift in Hii own. Ard not knowing where to was. There were Many cases of persons lost in or inc streets. Every Railroad is at present packed full of hard Snow and there Are Doritta to the Leeward of every Spear of grass Aud Fence Post. The passenger train that is in Tho drifts four and a half Miles East of Haraton is Duad and waiting Sor Sprinc time. It had thirty four passengers. Nine Relief trains wore Bent to them from Balaton but could not get to Eie. Tsien the people turned out with a Long rope tie Jan at the head it of Tho rope stood at Thi Tel Okrah pole. Trio second with Tho Roj to. Took it Jace at the next pole and to on till Tho lat Man had readied his pole. Then to Tolje one behind him by Siou Tiisik which was rep Atod till the first Ina waa Vioti find. Who Tsien blurted on ahead. round a ill it Ted till the train waa. Reached Iho to see them mud to eat the food Thoy had brought. When in i Niue to it i turn there Wero a dozen of Tho to Al a la a. preferred staying in the cars. Tho others vomit Bacini in Saity to Balaton. The station hads carried a Quantity of Provit Loiis to the eur in Hoima ii asset Erri who said they Wei Gav and Happy. Another train from Hawaii leu a i caught on the i a two Miles North of \ Ilas. It passengers were rescued in much the Kama a that of Tho i Adaton train. I women name Rierso ii and a Man named a a started Home from \ Irgil. The dead 1 s of Tho i persons have been found but w a Itson s Bas not. Sai y Connell taught at a school eight Uii ies no tii East of Huron. She and Sames ise comb s b u Piid Daugint a started Home a Gether out Wero soon lost. Tho Hoy aged Sinai sted on out for himself Aud leaving the girls. I lie two latter wandered around All night of the Prairie and were found next morning badly Frozen. The Hoy waa found too a Load. The death of Limbert Chambers is the most pathetic reported he with his two s a one 9 years old and the other 11, went tog it Thor one mile Distant to water some cattle. Or. Chambers was on foot and each of the boys had a i so. The father seen indications of a storm. Sent the older boy Immy Dia Toly Homo a 18 troubled with rheumatism. Or. Bani Bera and Johnny under took to drive tie cattle Home. They were both bewildered and Loat. Job Uny who lived Brough the torni Sava the t when his father said that they Wera lost Ted father made a place in the Snow Lor him und Wrapp id him Uii the Host be could. They had no overcoat or extra clothing. Johnny says that be waa to Cov it red up that he was warm. His Fathor went out and called and called and a st. Bernard dog which wat with them barked but no answer came. Then the father and the dog got into the Enow beside the boy. While the boy was warm he new that his father was getting very cold. He urged Hie father to a o on and and and then to could make the House but the father said &Quot.&Quot<0, 1 Ca Inot go and leave you the boy urged but the father would do no More than to Call for Aid within certain reach of the boy s bed of Snow. The dog also kept by the boy. Through the Long night they had conversations about perishing but the father kept assuring the boy they would get thro High All it if be would Only be sure Aud lie still the boy was quite comfortable and finally fell asleep. When he awoke it was nearly morning. Iii father was still alive and discovering that Johnny was awake the father said to him Quot Kow Johnny you Pray and Wili Pray Aud then i know god will Taka you through All they proved and b Job after the father died. The Hoy wag entirely covered up sex opt a ittle breathing place in the Snow and a Laid still i he dog stood sentry and afforded the Ole v by which the bodies we re found soon afar Dayli ight by a searching party. Johnny thanks his lather had not been dead More than an hour when t by we e found. The boy s bands and feet Are Only slightly Frozen. A i a Aii Nii i Swit Ial b. Y a wed a coming in from i re m Ife wed Isle set lenient to the Southeast of Al la s j Nike Tat a i that a swede farm r Naim d i enry <>l8tron h s whole ii Neil co Ltd h s if and seven children. The died was done 1 a cause t e father f und that Al of them Ere going to perish in the pm t old weather. At Chester min six children of James Baker Wero Frozen to death while returning from school. It. The Philadelphia typographical Union Bas issued orders Callin out All Union printers at the Largo Job printing of Ces of Sherman amp co., w. F. Fell amp co., and Matlack amp Harvey. The object of the strike is to bring these offices to the Union scale. A committee of business men from the Schuylkill Region says a Reading dispatch went to Philadelphia on wednesday to Confer with president Corbin in order to induce him to take action to Settle the strike. Such towns As st. Clair Shenandoah Pottsville Mahanoy City and other places were represented. President Corbin received the delegation cordially and the situation was discussed. The delegation report that president Corbin refused to recede from his position that the miners grievances Wotila Only be considered singly and alone and that As far As the freight handlers and trainmen Are concerned the company will maintain that it can employ whomsoever it pleases. A Bob Lei holding ten persons dashed into a Farmer s team at Oswego n. Y. One Man has died of his injuries two others can not recover and the remaining seven Are badly . Two collided near Ottumwa Iowa both engines being completely wrecked. A fireman was scalded to death another fireman and an Engineer were killed and several passengers were badly wounded. Iowa prohibitionists have served notices on breweries of Clinton and Lyons of an application for an injunction under the prohibitory Law. The terrible effects of the recent blizzard says a Yankton Dak dispatch Are hourly manifested by the discovery of Frozen bodies on the Prairie in the Vicinity of Yankton. It is placing the number of fatalities at a very Low figure to say that at least 100 human lost their lives in the dreadful storm within a of Lifty Miles. In this same Vicinity the loss of cattle horses Aud sheep will aggregate 2,0 u head. It is almost impossible to estimate the number who by incr the loss of limbs but it is Safe to calculate that Jiuu unfortunates will Sutler the loss of arms or legs. Lion homme county reported Twenty two deals Clay county fifteen Yankton county fifteen. This number is expected to be increased to double this figure. A Large number of unknown bodies have been recovered and await Ide Tifi cation. Thirty five bodies have been received. Drive less teams have Heel found to Day wandering Over the Prairie and it is Likely that some of those missing will not be found before the Snow melts. Thirty men Are missing Ana a number of Farmers have been in town to Day who report finding the dead bodies of unknown men in various parts of Tho county. The larger number of casualties in Dakota seem to be due less to Tho greater severity of Tho storm there than to the fact that it was immediately preceded by tine and comparatively warm weather which tempted an unusually Large number of peo Jle to make journeys of considerable distance across the Prairies. Some of them were caught on foot on the i fairies lost their Way in tiie blinding storm and perished. From be Braska conies the report of tue finding of Frozen bodies along the roads and the discovery of teams in some stances the horses being dead while in others they were wandering about in Good condition. The casualties reported Are horrifying Aud it is altogether Likely that less than Quot half the truth has yet been told so blight has been the communication from joint to Point a Rosa the Prairies. The loss on Stock has been heaviest in the Northern part of Tho state. The loss of human life is reborn of from All quarters. Be ports from West Kansas show Liat the storm was very disa Troua in that Section of the state. of head of cattle were fro Ien to death and a number of persons have perished in the terrible by z Ard. A revised list of the victims of the blizzard in Dakota show that Piersons Are known to have perished while fifty or sixty Are missing Alloi whom Are presumably . In the Case of the Kev. Thomas p. Ryan the methodist minister who was murdered in Lioanel county West Vire Liuia last october and for which crime three men were lynched two Cuetei Tives have reported that the inc hers were the actual murderers of the minister that Thev Are members of an oat ii bound society known As the Quot consolidated Jaud Quot having grips pass words Etc., and that they have committed Many outrages in that Region. Oveis one Hundred printers in Louisville ky., a third of All the Union printers in the City have been on the a Roll. All these except six Are on a strike. The of the l per say Thoy will take any of Tho men l ack who choose to come independently but from this time on the office shall be a non Union one. In the War of extermination Between the Mccoy of Pike county Kentucky and the Hattield of Logan county West Virginia three of the Hattield have been killed. The authorities Are powerless to Stop the deadly feud. Politics. Claypool of Indianapolis to assist the United states District attorney in the prosecution of the tally Sheet election forgers at thac City. The Hon. M. Henderson representing the committee of 100, an organization composed of prominent men in either political party for the purpose of purifying the elections in Indiana tuesday filed a petition with the at Tomei general asking for the employment of judge Claypool in the prosecution of the indictments now Pend no and to have a vigorous prosecution. Or. Henderson has been assured that the government will lend Peterj assistance to the end that Justice in a be the Wool conference at Washington ended with the adoption of resolutions advocating a return to the Tariff of 1867, and a corresponding readjust out of the Wool and worsted the largest gun Ever made of steel in Oue solid t Asting and one of the three big guns recently ordered by the United states government was cast at the Pittsburg steel company s works in that City on w wednesday. The completed gun will be 2<h inches Long and will weigh nine tons. Its largest diameter measuring from the outside will be at the Breech 23 inches its smallest diameter at the muzzle 10 inches. The Wail Between the bore and the outside at the Breech will be 7 inches thick. The pressure in the chamber will be 15 tons to the Inch and the muzzle velocity will be 2,000 feet to the second. It the Experiment is successful it is claimed that the guns can be cast for i,3�o�o, whereas if made on the old plan it would Cost Over $20,000. The mexican Central passenger train due at Elpaso wednesday morning was held up about three Hundred Miles South of Elpaso by a band of eight robbers. A considerable sum in Gold and Bills was taken but a Quantity of Silver was left behind. None of the passengers was maltreated. Alter eluding detectives for a year the Man who representing himself As a brother to Marcus r. Mayer so successfully swindled the residents of the City of Mexico out of nearly $30, 100, by a spurious Advance Sale of tickets for a series of concerts by mme. Patti has been arrested Aud is now locked up in be to la. were sent out from Dubuque says a Telegram from that City to 100 of the most prominent republicans in Iowa including the governor All the state Otic vials and leading legislators que a Tiong them As to their Choice for president. Replies from seventy have been received. Senator Allison leads the list net Only for Kirbt but for second Choice. Out of Sev. Uty who answered thirty eight name Allis n As first Choice and eighteen As second choir a. Or. Blaine is the first Choice of Twenty three and the second Choice of eleven. Lincoln is not the first Choice of any but the second Choice of two. Every state oficial names Allison As first Choice except the Audbor we o is for the Nom Nee. All but two out of the seventy Are for Protection and All but four oppose the repeal of the prohibitory Law. Thirty seven Are in favor of National prohibition one of whom is the governor. In the Louisiana democratic state convention at Baton Rouge Francis t. Nich Olls a i nominated for governor on the first ballot. The Mcenty m. N Thon moved to m Ike the nomination Juan idiot i which was d be. The convention was in session five Washington Telegram Quot attorney general Garland has Aubin cd judge sol Austin Cobbin. And it makes very Little difference now what the men do. The War is to be continued at any Cost. There is considerable uneasiness in the Coal regions partic Early among the most conservative miners Aud a rupture is not unlikely. It is believed that of the old miners will desert the ranks of the knights and return to work next week. Many of them Are packing no their effects preparatory to moving. Manv wiil go report new i Oak. Cattle. $5,25 6.00 hogs. 5.3 a 0.00 we Kate no. 1 . I no. 2 ked.91 s i corny no. -2.c .03 oats�?white.40 a re .46 Roiko now mess. 15.25 �l�j5 Chica to. Cattle Choice to prune steers 5.25 in 5.75 Tooti. 4.2 5 a a. 4.75 common to fair. 3.75 4.50 hogs shipping grades. 5.25 6.00 of Loihl Winter wheat. I.75 @ 4.25 we Kate no. 2 lied Winter.82 a .�2 i Cut Rny no. 2.40 4 Oats no. 2.32 .33 butt Kra Choice creamery.25 .32 i Fine dairv.20 in 21nice see full Cream ,i.�5 .12,14 kcicis�?krosh.-30 Irv .�1 i potato est Choice per bu.78 amp .8.5 pobk�?Mesa.14.50 <�415.00 ill Waukee. Wnkat�?cash.76v, a5 .77 corny to. .49 .4i a a Oats no. 2 white.34 .33 Kyeu no. 1.04 <?9 .65 pork mass. 14.75 3.15.25 st. Louis. Wheat no. 2 red.83 .83 corny mixed .48 it 6 .48 oats�?cash.32 amp .32 pork mess. 15.00 15.25 . Wheat-cadh.87 3 .87 co kn�?cash.52 v t .52� Oats no. 1 white.36 amp .30 Detroit. Beef cattle. 4.00 i 4.75 hogs. 4.50 5.25 Bueky. 4.50 a it 5.f>0 Quot wheat no \ white.87� .88 corny no. 2 .52 ,524 Oats no. 2 vhite.35 a .30 Cincinnati. Wheat no. 2 red.89 it it it. .8954 Curns no. 2.52 a a .53 Oats no. 2.35 .38 pork Mesa. 15.00 t 15.50 live Hook. 5.25 >15 0.00 Buffalo. Cattle. 5.00 it 5.50 a Quot is. 5.25 k l 0.00 we eat no. 1 white.92 s .93 co no no. 2 yellow.562 .57 . Beef cattle. 4.0 s 5.25 hogs. 5.25 it it 0.00 b Ikka. 3.75 a 4.75 wheat no sked.85 la .85 corp .50 in Oats mixed .33 amp .34 East Liberty. Cattle prime. 5.00 5.25 fair. 4.23 amp 4.50 common. 3.50 4.00 hoes. 6.25 a 6.00 big sep. 4.75 d 6.25 Indiana state news the knights must go. A Spe Clai dispatch from Reading pa., says Quot the Reading Railroad officials determined to Cut Loose from the knights of labor and that organization will not be allowed to interfere in the company s affairs again. The action of or. Corbin in refusing to treat with his miners through their leaders is sufficient proof of this a Muncie put another Feather in her Cap. The Hemingray Glass factory of Covington ky., the largest West of Pitt Baugh will positively remove to that City As once the . Has been signed. Mrs Hemingray after a thorough invest tip Atio of the Gas Field in Ohio and Indiana selected Muncie As the Point for the investment of their $2.0,000 capital. They will employ to hands. The magnitude of Thia indu itry May at i Rel not be Ajja recited but when it is considered that people will be added to Muncie s rapidly increasing population some Tiea of what this Aud other factories that will locate then with those now in course of construction Wilba for Muncie it May be no Idle boast to Saj that in a few years Muncie will become a Tery important manufacturing town a Captain Charles Reese the present assessor of the City of fort Wayne was in command of the twentieth Indiana volunteers in the Battle of Gettysburg. A Minnie Ball entered his forehead almost Between the eyes and he was left for dead upon the Field. The Captain recovered but surgeons always feared to extract tha Ball. The Bullet worked downward und frequently the wound discharged through the nose. Recently Captain Reese wok with an uncomfortable feeling in his Throat and began coughing. He coughed a the Gettysburg Bullet of Twenty four years ago. It was rough and irregular and weighed grains 27j. Grains Over an ounce. Captain Reese has drawn a Large pension for his wound and his face is badly disfigured. A patents have been issued to Indiana inventors As follows James Collins it raw Cordaville Wood joint Wallace h. I Olga and i. D. A a. Smith Mish Walca Manu future of Woolen boots and Woolen shoes Isaac x. Elliott Aud p. A. Lipid Litchmond Fence machine Daniel c. Gantor Milian Apolis device for steaming and cooking purposes Henry a. Goetz new Albany seed tester Amos e. Kunderd Corunna animal trap Hugh s. Null and j. Bussard Huntington plow attachment Hermon Nye Corydon liquid measuring faucet Ilene a b. I Taer a Signor of one half to j. F. Croft Laporte Carriage top Joshua Bandage. South Bend drop Hammer Joseph of. Schooley Kyle band Cutter. A the Buck Shoals Silver mining and smelting company Are smelting about Twenty tons of Silver bearing Rock daily. The product is from sixty five to seventy five pounds of Metal from each blast of Twenty four hours. An assay of one ton of the Rock showed a Silver product of and $4 in Gold. The ledge of Rock is if the Bluffs of White River in Dubois county. A John Bergdahl a swede of Attica met his death in a Peculiar manner. To was crossing a wooden Bridge Over a Stream that runs from the Lithium Spring when he made a misstep and fell into tha water. He was intoxicated and though the fall was Only two feet and the water but four inches deep he Dro Van before discovered. He was 65 years of age. A mrs. Otis Fuller of Milford was accidentally shot and killed by her husband who was cleaning his revolver near by. According to or. Fuller he w is in the it of laying the revolver on the table when it was discharged shooting her through the Chest and instantly killing her. The deceased was 21 years of age and leaves an infant child. A the Tri state fair association which has been holding annual fairs in fort Wayne for Many Jears past has reorganized As follows president w. In. Page vice president a a. K. Hackett Secretary w. W. Rockhill treasurer d. Fisher superintendent j. W. Pearse. The standing member of the association is p. A. Randall. A mrs. Catherine Burgess widow of one of the Pioneer real estate owners of Richmond fell Down , and it is possible that on account of advanced age. Her injuries will Jirovec fatal. The is years of Aie and besides sustaining three broken ribs and a dislocated to Houlder her physician fears she is injured internally. A dogs attacked a clock of they sheep belonging to John Meer in Washington township Hendricks county slaughtering about forty of the number and seriously wounding several others. The loss will probably reach i 2u t. The appraised value of those killed will be paid by the township a at the House of Fred Sadenwater four Miles South of Michigan City his 14-year-old daughter Mary while passing a a stove brushed her dress in the Rico and she came near being literally roasted before the fire could be extinguished. Her father was also badly burned. The girl will die. A the other Day while we. Crouch a labourer was at a work at Oak Hill cemetery Crawfordsville he killed a hoop in Ike which was rolling around on the ice As Lively As though it were the is of july instead of the Middle of Winter. His Anake a hip measured four feet in length. A James Tutt a Farmer living a Short distance North of Brazil died of whal was first thought to be inflammatory rheumatism. One of his horses was Alfi cited with glanders and it is supposed he contracted the disease while doctoring it and died from the effects. A while Robert Henry aged 41 years a Farmer living in county was engaged in Felling a tree the limbs caught on an adjacent tree caused it to Roll Over and before he could get out of the Way he was caught and crushed to death. One of a Battery of boilers in furnaces nos. By and 11, at Bra i exploded destroying the Mill and scattering ruin everywhere. One Man was fatally earned others seriously injured. 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