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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - March 1, 2012, Fort Wayne, Indiana Mon Roe Ville wide of the week s important occurrences concisely. ?ence by electric wire from every Quarter of the civilized very latest by telex graph. The Striho. A Chicago special dated feb. -28, says there was no change in the line Longtoe strike situation Here to Day. Quot we Are getting along nicely this morning Quot said general i ass Euger agent mor Lou in reply to the injuries of a reporter. Quot thin is Are looking very Euco raging. We find that Soma of our old men want to come Back though we have Only had two that to know of to Conie Quot Are those two members of the brother Bood of Eugino frs Quot i do not know whether they Are or not. J hat was vol Quot where Lud they belong Quot Quot to the Illinois division. The engineers agreed to run oar fast mail trains but Al the last minute last evening they concluded they Koukl not do that so we had to put now men on the fast mail but it Bas worked through on Good time and if on the other Side of is Arlington by this time Quot 10 a. A we believe we have got the Xvi apathy of the people in the Light and that we Are clearly in the right. We do not see that there is any Prospect of our losing l have a Teleg Rajm Here from or. Holdridge general manager of the and Missouri a of s.? . A it it a. Quot we i Ivo a iui.3.-<iiiifv t rain Trio Viii i Ach urn on tin Umin Ami Bra Rhos a us of it ii Cloud and Hast Iii a. At sic Cook. I Rcw ii Bavy t i of Tiai rih i at Nind Wisl yesterday. But Wert Ira is i a it ii Jii Rini 8, and the Linos a a it no a Iod a. Arc st will to Luada today and tra us started if Quot applications for positions As engineers and firemen Are coming in right Alonco from All Over the country personally by a wire and by mail. We do not accept anybody except after rigid examination to see that they Are comi Eton in every respect to take the Quot How Many men have you thus far actually engaged Quot Quot we enga de thirty men yesterday. The process of hiring these men is slow because we Are not taking them except the stand the examination we put them Quot what proportion of the men Are engineers and what ii Renion Quot Quot there an More firemen than engineers but the firemen must have experience As a Well As the engineers. We rejected quite a number of applicants for firemen. We pay a Mouth to firemen and for manual labourers that is pretty Good pay. I do not think we will have any trouble in getting All the firemen we want. Our average pay for engineers is Over lbs a month and that is Good Quot at the resent rate you Are receiving applications and a Keg appointments How Long will it take \ of to get into running order again Quot "1 should say in ten Days we will be in running order Pittsburg i pc Cial the agents of fhe Chicago la Arlington and a Nancy system it appears have v Een 8ucce8<= in securing a number of engineers and firemen in the East. A car Load of ii Ftp passed through the City in route to Chicago to take the places of the strikers. The party was in charge of a Well Drossos Man who refused to give his unmet l it admitted that the men wore going to Chicago to work on the Chicago la Arlington and Quincy Road. General master Workman Powderly remains at his Home in Scranton Anil will not go to Chicago. He said the knights As a body would not order the taking of the places of the striking engineers on the liar Ling Lon Road by the knights in retaliation for the a brotherhood taking their places on the Keading system. He wants the brotherhood to win the tight and wants the knights to Liely them so that the two organi actions will be More strongly United hereafter in Thi struggles that either May be forced to make. Justice Ifa Bax at Indianapolis has decided the Case of Coy and Bernheimer convicted of a conspiracy to induce election of jeers to surrender their papers sustaining judge Woods of the District court. A Justice Harlan overruled the application for a writ of error and refused a new trial. The attorneys for the defense in Chicago a will make immediate application to judge Gresham for a writ of Hareas Corpus. An epidemic of virulent Scarlet Ina measles is raging at Queenstown can. All of the Public schools have been closed. The Union Square theater in new York was entirely destroyed by lire. The roof fell on several firemen and injured them badly. At Clinton by Sam Price the White Man who killed the sheriff and Bill Keams coloured who shot a Fanner named Johnson who caught re ams in the act of robbing a Hen Roost Vore taken out of jail by a mob of fifty masked men and hang. Roscoe Cox Kikino has written a letter to the Conkling club of Pittsburgh refusing the use of his name As a candidate for president. Dit. Kiss Maui has sent by Telegraph to Prince Bismarck a special report on the Crown Prince s Case. The doctor takes an unfavourable View of the patient s condition. It is reported that the hessian garrisons on the prussian Frontier have been reinforced in the last fortnight by several brigades which Are on a War footing. There Are four cavalry regiments near Pinzow which directly menace i. Some idea of the magnitude of Trust operations was Given recently before the investigating committee in new York. It appears that the Cotton seed Oil Trast in eludes about eighty companies with a capital Stock of forty seven millions upon which a dividend of i per cent has been declared or about 12 per cent., in fact As a he Stock bold for thirty five cents on the Iollar. In addition it was developed that he Stock had been watered very liberally he combined Stock of the companies being less than one half the Stock of tiie Trust. West. The grand Jurj at Chicago has found an indictment against William b. Tascott margins a him with the murder of the late Amos j. Snell besides five additional indictments charging burglary. At this writing Tascott is still at Large but the Chicago police Are firm in the belief that tie will yet be captured. He is the most widely advertised fugitive in the world at the present time and it would be hard to a correctly estimate the vast number of persons in various portions of North America Ivhon Are on the Lookout for him. A to sox Ari. Dispatch reports that a rain on the Southern Pacific Railroad seas boarded by two masked men at Stein s pass station. The men crawled Over the water tank covered the Engineer and fireman with Ritter and ordered them to move slowly. When a mile and a half from the station the Engineer was compelled to Stop the train. They then forced Wells Fargo a co s express messengers to open the car which they rifled of its valuables but without disturbing the mails. They secured Many thousands of dollars from the express company. The organization of the Syndicate formed to fight the sugar Trust has been completed at san Francisco. Outside of the California refining company new York Philadelphia and Jersey City parties Are interested and the capital is $10,-0 10,11 1 1. The United states grand jury at Cincinnati has indicted the Hon. William Means late president and or. I get Camp late cashier of the metropolitan National Bank. The ferry boat Julia was the scene of a disastrous explosion at her wharf at South Vallejo cal., and it is now believed that fully forty lives were lost. Says a san i Francisco Telegram gentlemen of political influence in his own state and they Are at work trying to secure the Illinois state delegation for him. This will be interesting news for Gen. John c. Black the commissioner of pensions who has not expected any opposition from his own state in his Campaign for the representative j. F. Jones of Alabama chairman of the democratic congressional Campaign committee on the part of the House has appointed the following executive committee Benton Mcmillin Tennessee r. W. Towns Hend Illinois Levi Maish Penn a u a a of s3 Luvania Samuel Dibble South to be one of the most i go a Fisher Michigan George d. Wise Vir drowsy travellers awaiting the departure of their trains. The members of the party immediately entered the carriages which were in waiting and were driven to their Homes. They Are All Well and in Good spirits Bui Are naturally quite fatigued from their journey and spent the Day indoors enjoying much needed rest. The reception Given to the president and mrs. Cleveland and the party both on their journey to and through the land of Flowers and on their return Home was Hearty and enthusiastic. They were delighted with their trip. The st Amor was about to leave her a Boovinga and Hotd about seventy Persona ii Board Many of whom were Kionti be Rush Tho Strait to Vork in Tho Inu ibor turds on thu Tobor Side. .7uet a tie deck bands v. Oro Banchig in Trio which Tiaera was a loud o6i in and a a fact of Lauio Slot into Tho air. Oliosi w Lio were on Eccli at lilo time were burled of or Board by the Force of the exit Tosiou and soveral of that in Wiro Kille Ltd out if it by Behig struck let a a orcs of , which were sent Ilyina in All direct Loiis. In a for Mintch All was conic Sinju for Tho men a of ii and children who loud a it Lati be on Board the ill late d Lulia Vlf re no Kiang and Rivil in their hands they rushed urdu Iii Tho a Huff. The Lien of Tho wharf a were anxious to Aid. But there Secu Init to be but Little for Thorn to do As most of Tho j Superine Ridout of were below decks at the Timaio of Tho explosion and were either killed of Triplit or were drowned when the water poured in upon them. To add to the terror of the score Largo Vata of Petroleum stored on the wharf for re Pleu Ishaug Tho steam for d tanks caught i Lre and fifteen i autos after Tho oxi Tosiou about Vij feet of wharf tie freight depot and Trio Tele Prai it hotline were Buru Iii. While Tho Fireison and others wore trying to save tie wharf a Large number of Iiona Tuou were rowing around Tho we Eck seeking to recover Tho Bodoh. While the search was goiii4 of oui ii and children were standing Back Froni the burning wharf and As each body was Bro Ugnit to the Bui Faco and placed in a shed Tho crowd would a poetics. Rather around and piercing Eclan Tationa Koon told that Bome relative of tue dead bad Recog-ni3ed the mangled remains. Soon after Tho explosion occurred the Steamer bad buried to the water s Edge and sunk to the Bottom a with the greater number of victims buried under the debris in the Cabin. It is believed that Between thirty Ana forty lives were lost. What promises Remus Kable strikes Ever known in this country began at Chicago on monday morning. The strongest labor organization in existence has opened War against the largest Railroad corporation in the West and one of the greatest in mileage and wealth in this country. The brotherhood of locomotive engineers has ordered its men to quit working for the Chicago Burlington and Quincy Railroad company. The brotherhood of locomotive engineers number about i of too members a the total number of engineers in the country being in the neighbourhood of 30, m. At the head of the brotherhood is the greatest labor organizer and manager in America p. M. Arthur. In pril the brotherhood will be Twenty five years old. From twelve members it has grown to 25,01 0. In eleven years this is the first strike or. Arthur has not been Able to Settle. The elevated Railroad strike was not under his direction and was inaugurated in Defiance of the rules of the order. It was not successful. The policy of the order has always been Pacific. Chief Arthur has the respect and admiration of every Law abiding citizen in the land because of his Wise and prudent management of the difficulties that have Arisen from time to time Between his men and the Railroad companies. The order is the richest in this country and Best Able to maintain a Long struggle. The most Proni Yuent feature of the great Burlington strike of monday says a Chi Cairo Telegram was a smash up at Naper Ville. 111. The Road officials had managed to keep some trains moving by putting men out of the shops and departments on the footboards. Some accidents were feared and the fears were Well grounded. In a collision Between a runaway locomotive and a mail car at the Naperville depot five l persons were seriously Hurt and an engine and mail car were wrecked. The wreck was caused by a Green hand at the throttle losing control of the engine. A Chicago Telegram of tuesday says during that Day chief Arthur received telegrams from Aurora Galesburg Burlington Keokuk and Iii Coln saying the men were firm Aud All out. at Tho Points at the ends of division a Quot Vivero offering applicants the Saunio pay not to work that the Coli pan pro let owed to Pivo Thom to Tako the places of strikers. This Piau was not resorted to until argument failed. Tho officer of Tho brotherhood wore Coli Ridout Aud Cool. Lioy it in lined to make Auy j Rodi Tiona concerning Tho Ontonio of Tho a strike. It was in its inc option and Guo Faes pc to rash. Of the company s Sido it was a Luiu d that All tha trains would to running within a week. Its Ollices were crowded applicants irom the Iii Star Nie chanic of a grip cur to Tho general Peanut stand. Tho coup any ran four suburban trains of Tho Zovon Loeu usually aug used by the country Rosi a louts no through trains were Ruu and freight Frallic was suspended. I perishable freight was Abe Olutola Rofi t d and other Iro ight accepted Rubyt it to delay. Trio freight band Lars Cou i lectors switch Aen. Aud other employees v to had to inuit work for of it accepted the a it ratio a in the Best Vianner possible. The brakeman and swi Chinea Are wind to be Loyal to Tho strikers the conductor Aud freight Meu to the coup and. Tho few trains run Wero in the hands of master mechanics Aud shop Foru Guiou. George Ginia John a. Macdonald Minnesota John a. Mcshane Nebraska and l. F. Mckinney new Hampshire. The democratic executive committee on the part of the Senate is senators John e. Kenna West Virginia George Hearst California and James k. Jones Arkansas. Foil Wees of gov. Hill in the Empire state according to a new York dispatch say he a jul go to the National democratic convention in st. Louis Jame 5, and will Lead the new York delegation there in the interest of Grover Cleveland and that he will also make the nominating speech after which or. Cleveland is expected to be renominated unanimously. It is further asserted that under no circumstances will Hill accept a nomination for governor but when his term expires he will retire. During the next four years he will quietly Quot Lay pipes Quot and carefully Groom himself for a presidential nomination in i i 2. The official returns of the special election held in the eleventh Michigan congressional District gave Seymour rep a plurality of 402 Over . A London dispatch says that Austria agrees with Russia in holding that Prince Ferdinand s presence in Bulgaria is illegal but recognizes his election to the throne As Legal. Italy is said to have declared that she will co operate with England and Austria in any action they May take in regard to Bulgaria. A Cable dispatch from Berlin says Quot be posts from the Frontier say that the movements of a russian troops Are ceasing Westward of Moscow and Kieff. At those places the massing of troops continues. The transport and commissariat service in Poland is becoming worse being now insufficient for the Bare necessities of the a specs at dispatch from san Kemo says that the German physicians in attendance on the Crown Prince of Germany have discovered with the Microscope cancerous matter in the phlegm coughed up by the Patie it. A Disi atch from Warsaw says that a Pai lie was caused in a jewish synagogue there by a false farm of tire and that in the to escape four women were killed Aud sixteen other persons seriously injured. A general. A Kukk melt Iko Ltd the Milwaukee capitalist and mrs. Mary t. Libbey were married on sunday afternoon at the residence of the brides sister. Mrs. Dexter g. Brown in Kenwood u suburb of Chica to. Only a few of the relatives and intimate file kids of the contracting couple were a sent. The wedding l it diag remarkable for its . I. A. a co., tobacco dealers Atli Cemond va., failed for $2,00 1, and William Kwan a son clothiers at Montreal failed . Iii president and arty arrived at san Augustine fla., on thursday. Feb. 2 and wer i escorted to the hotel by a delegation of citizens firemen and other organizations where there was a reception by the local military and 200 cd Ildron in Holiday attire. In accordance with the president s re West there were no formal ceremonies. After a rest a tour of the Points of interest in and near the City was made. Washington. A Lilli has been introduced and Favot ably reported by the House committee of Post office to provide for a fourth assistant postmaster general says a Washington dispatch. The investigation which preceded the reporting of this Bill furnishes a very interesting exhibit of the growth of Tho country since 183g, when a similar Bill to relieve the first assistant postmaster general was passed by creating the Ollice of third assistant postmaster general. In that period the number of pos offices has increased from 11,-000 to 55,000 the extent of Post routes from 118,204 Miles to 473,142 Miles the Revenue of the department from i?3,408,323 to i?4h.837,60i the expenditure of the department from $3,841,7 5 to $53,006,194 the amount of salaries to postmasters from 812,803 to $11,u21 ,481 the amount paid for transportation of mails from $1,038,052 to $20,806,508. Wiiiliam Wilson conc Oak the millionaire died at Washington on the 25th of february aged 89 years. He left an estate valued at Many millions of dollars. He has Given Over $3,000,000 to his fellow men in the last fifteen years. The presidential party an ived in Washington at an Early hour sunday morning from their trip to Florida and the South. Owing to the unseasonable hour of their arrival there were no persons at the station except the railway employees and a few the contest in the National democratic committee has resulted in a substantial Victory for to e administration says a Washington Telegram. The convention is to be held before the Republican convention and it not to be Leld in san Francisco. Tic Radii ministration would ulivo Ujj referred a still ear dior Date mid Concu in st. Louis Jim Lugo a Are Good oui itch for it. When to met to tier i it Lay one Voto was take Iii cd showed that the was Tho Samo As Wondu Osamay i Jim by. J Licu or. Scutt moved to suspend Tho order of with a View to Tho vote Lixi Nii july Art Tho Date. On this to was Defeated by a \ c to of i for find 2 against. To lion a Otylior ballot for j location was taken which gave san i Francisco is to. la Lii info 111, Fum new York 1. I the committee a Lien took a Piort Riecss Anil after coming to order again Trio a bios Tiomi was is Odily settled in favor of it. Houis. Trio a i to reconsider the Emo Liing Tho Tiu it of Tho waa thai a cd on and carried by a vote of i to 21, and to Tiquio was fixed at Juno a by a Voto of 2co 1&Quot. J he Call for Iho co ivc Tion in an l Ollow the National democratic c Iii Mitten having met in the City of washing to a on Tho Iid Day of february ibis has Ai ruin cd tuesday the it a i Dav of into inst at of it of As no Tim Aud chosen plus City of st. Log in Ras t ii it place for holding the National 1 a ii Cor Vii Tiou. A Lnch state is anti tied to a Ali Cin equal to double Tho ii Anibor of its senators Aud l i re Seu Taticea in the of the Fuit d states and each territory and Tho let a tact of Coli Nibia to have two delegates. All democratic c is Ergative Cut Iztas or Tho i United i Staten of past political association Aud Dilver Eucks no can unite with us in i tie of a of Quot to Tor pure eco Micai and Fons Titu tii Nal Over finont Are cordially in Vito to join us in sell Iii delegates to the con i Tiou. h. A knit Cha Irma fikh Kkt cd. I Rincy Secretary Nat onal democratic c oni Mittie. Con j. P. ,i son a co., ship Chandlers Detroit. Gustav danger co., Cotton merchants of new York and Galveston liabilities 8150,000. John a. Dushane co., paper dealers Baltimore liabilities. S2uo,000 assets i a l0,000. Church amp Graves Sash doors and blinds Minneapolis liabilities i>75, too assets $go,000. One of the witnesses in the tally Sheet cases at Columbus testified Thot Isaac i. Hill one of the assistant sergeants at arms of Congress had offered him ?3, 00 if he would throw out the missing precincts. an interview in. Andrew Carnegie says that notwithstanding the natural facilities of Pittsburgh the Iron and steel manufacturers were unable to compete with Chicago and the Northwest. The cause of this was the advantage of lower freight rates which made it possible for the Western Manu fact hirers to come to Pittsburgh i Coors and take its Trade. The steel rail Trade lie such was Xiu usually Dull. I ast year the consumption was �?�2,i i on tons. From Tho Outlook it will not reach half that amount this year. There is not a steel rail Mill in the country with enough orders to run it for i sixty Days and Many cannot continue in operation a reports. A a Evv York. Catris 4.50 . . 5.00 .93 .00 1.�.l0 i�5 5.50 a i 5.75 in a 0.25 .87 05 .94 a a .61 Ali .4 to 15.7 j Tiik Tennessee state prohibition mention at Nashville was attended by eighty Del Prates. Twenty four delegates were i a jointed to the National prohibition convention to meet at Indianapolis and instructed to vote for general Clinton b. Fisk As the nominee for president. A convention was also called for May in the same Day that the lie publican gubernatorial convention meets to nominate a candidate for governor. The nomination of full county legislative and congressional tickets was urged. The platform Al Bree allegiance to the National prohibition party demands a free ballot restrictions of immigration and Liberal appropriations for education. The democratic congressional Mittee has elected representative James i. Jones of Alabama chairman and representative Benjamin f. , of Indiana Secretary. Commissioner William r. Maiuu son of the interstate Commerce Bureau has decided to be a candidate for vice president on the ticket with Grover Cleveland. A Washington dispatch states that Quot during the meeting of the democratic National committee he announced his a sire to several members of that organization whose support he solicited. He has within the last few weeks had visits from .81 .50 old w ukat no. 2 Spring. No. 1 lied. Count no. Oats Whit it. Poisik a now Meas. Gnu ago. Cat the choir to l Rimes Toora 5.00 7> 5.7.� Good. A re Uon to fair.75 4.oo Urada. A >�?�00 of a .5.7.3 Shkor. 5.75 Vvhs Kate no. 2 ked to in Kajii Coli no no. 2.ih Oats no. I. .28-. a 1saui.k\ a no 2.7.s .80 1>itt�-.u�?choice Chi .-7 Fine dairy.21 crib Khz. Full Cream new. i to l , per Buh pm ukr Moss. A i of ."14.00 Toledo. Ash. Cohn Cash. Oats Cash. a Btl. Kansas City. Cattia. Has. A h k a l in 2. Con a no. 2. Oats no. 2. Of Stoit. Cattle. Shkop. Who a l a no. 2 red.8. Cox a no. Oats no. 2 Whito. Milwaukee. Wheat Cash. I corny no. in i Oats no. 2 "white.32 i a Tkv no. .39 com Balky a no. 2.7o @ Pokky mesh. 13.50 �14.00 st. Louis. Vav heat no. 2 Rod. Oats Casa. Rye.57 Babley. A pouk�?mesa.14.00 Buffalo. Cattle .85 .51>2>/, to a 3.90 4.2> flt 5.00 4.75 if a 5.50 .42 v. 1. .43 .28 s .20 amp 5.00 a 5.50 a to 5.5. To .8< .51 .36 .33 .111 .76 4.00 . 5.00 Bhebe. 5.00 Conns no. 3 yellow.55 East Liberty. Cattle prime. 4.50 fair. 4.1�o0 common. 3.75 Hoos. 6.25 Khz by. 4.75 limbs. 5.00 .81 .46 amp .3054 amp .59 Iii .i0 314.50 @ 4.75 itt 6.00 p 5.75 <3� .66 amp 5.25 lift 4.50 4.00 in it 6.00 amp 6.75 5.7sindiana state news. A Mclain Burgh a Hamlet on the Shel Bevilie Pike five Miles South of Indianapolis was the scene of a most distressing Accident recent. Sarah Jans need 7g years of age was literally burned to death at the Home of her son in Law Fred Lichen Tauer while he and his wife were absent from the House. Or. And mrs. Lichen Tauer had left the Houe Early in the morning and went to Indianapolis leaving their two children in charge of the House. One of them a Young girl was told to get dinner about 11 1 o clock she nent into the Kitchen to look at the fire. The it old Laily at that time was sitting As usual in her chair. Ten minutes after Ward she returned and was horrid de to see her grandmother lying upon the floor in a dying condition with her clothes almost burned o3&Quot. Mrs. Heed was partly Ted upon one Sida and it is thought that while moving about in the Kitchen she fell api inst the stove and before she could make any alarm she was enveloped in Hames. A of signs Irick employed at e. C. Atkins so co San works Indiana .ol�3, met with a horrible death while in the Dischar it Joe of his duty. In atom pain a to shift a Belt he was calf it in the machinery Aud was thrown head Foremost against a wheel under which he was crushed. Iii body would have been torn into pieces Hud not some of the eni loves witness of the Accident and stopped the Macl Kinevy promptly. Death in As instantaneous. His neck shoulder and Arm were broken and his head badly bruised. Or. Irick was 4 a of ars of age and leaves a wife and three children. His wife was just recovering from a Long spell of sickness and when the news of her husband s death was broken to her she in tiered a rela Jise and her recovery is regarded As doubtful. A the boiler in Tho saw Mill of Mike fruits North of Alamo exploded blowing out the Side of the Mill killing tames Frt its the Engineer and demolishing some of the Mill machinery. The boiler was found in a a mall Creek fifth rods from Tho Mill and some of Tho bricks were thrown across Tho Road striking the of fruits and going through the same landed on a bed setting it of fire. Several persons about the Mill had narrow escapes. Tho Man who was killed was fearfully scalded and lived about three hours his sufferings being extremely severe. The cause of Trio cd Losion is not known but it is supposed to have been caused by a too heavy pressure of steam. The deceased leaves a wife and three children. A a Wesley iia tiled and Theodore Jessup Park county farmer., while Dunlin a the other Day came across a line Spe in n of the Golden a of in the Woods. Their a Tention was attracted by is shrill shriek. They brought it Down in the act of Lii Liht by a title shot. A year ago the Farmers in that Vicinity annoyed really by eagles carry ing off lambs and chickens. A raid on the Roost was organized but Bart noned on account of its probable great distance. Since an Eagle has been shot in Sullivan county some Miles South. I Rof. Coll. Tex state geologist says there Are can ale roosts in the state but where they Are is a question. They May be Miles from the scenes of the occasional rails that indic Ite the existence of the eagles. A the Pendleton Board of Trade has succeeded in raising the amount of Money and material a demanded by a Largo Glass factory of Ohio to place their works there. It will employ about seventy live , and have a monthly pay Roll of a Large cooler shop will also be Loea cd at that Plano within thirty Days in Eon Nec Tion with to Send Mill now nearly re uly to Coni Menco operations. Pendleton i laying the foundation for a nov. A. A 1, a Sinclair living at Cloverdale. Was killed there recently lie was on his Way to Church to be baptized and join. In crossing the track of the Louin Illo new Albany Aud Chicago ii Ailway he step Ped in front of a fast moving Frei if to ii and att opted to Cross but slipped find fell. He was Artru Ltd by the guard of the engine his head being crushed in an Able shape. Death was inst Homo time past to a Gray it a v. Ire to. 4, along the Lino of the Wabash Road refused to work and was api it ardently grounded. Liue repairers have just succeeded in locating the trouble. About four Miles East of a Aboh an old Man he Cut the wire and run a line into his House where he was utilizing the electric it As a cure for rheumatism. A Depauw s i late Glass works in Ort Lan i. Which have been Idle for a veral years Are now being placed in first class condition and work will soon be resumed in this Large factory. It is the intention of or. Defau to employ All the old hands a who live in Portland. This will give employment to quite a Large number of men. A patents have been issued to Indiana inventors As follows Amos Barker Spencer seed planter Emery q. Darr Shelbyville sweat Pat Fastener Quot William Mills Zionsville Throat protector for horses Elijah Neif Rochester Assignor of three of ruths to j. Gilchrist Lima o., and a. W. Felts Fulton county pump. A Scarlet fever of a dangerous Type is raging in tip ton and causing considerable Uit easiness. The City Council has ordered that red flags to displayed at each House where there is a Case of the fever and every Effort is being made to prevent its spread. A the proposition to vote i it 0,0 in Cash to Tho proposed Terre haute and Mississippi Railroad to run Southwest from Terre haute was voted us on in Torre haute and after a hot contest was beaten by 222 votes. There was a full vol cast

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