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Indianapolis Indiana Phalanx (Newspaper) - July 23, 1885, Indianapolis, IndianaLir r -f.-. In Diana Phalanx. Felt to Obs Day july 23, 1885. Volunteer lecture bit Road. The following pre the names address ind number lectures each person. G. L. Myers m. D., Goshen 10. G. K. Hubbard Lagrange 10. G. W. Harp enter. South Bend 10. Capt. 8. No . Milford 10. E. Ellsworth Decatur. 10. 8. W. B see Indianapolis 10. Or. P. T. Brown Indianapolis 10.couriers from the Field. On account prohibition but we proud the cause and were willing stir and it and each act abuse from our adversaries but proved to Tea necessity Earnest unfaltering work. Illinois did nobly. Let Indiana cast amp heavy ballot next time and let her watch and insist that each bal lot shall be count a cd As cast. A s. W. Eose. Randolph county. am trying to secure a list subscribers to the Indiana f i Alan. As flt in my part i can not d. Without it. I Maby d. House. Hamilton county. Deming a i desire a few copies n. 23 the Indiana con lining the account the Ohio state i prohibition convention for distribute in. The work is marching but it is a hand to hand Battle. Our club at Baker s Corners is Lively. We Are not longing for the onions and garlic Egypt. Anna m. Beals. Steuben county. find one Dollar for the Indiana Phalanx. I have Long i Eit the need the paper in our family but owing to having so Many hrs to read i have neglected to Send it. I am for prohibition the Laird party move. I have Long taught Temperance by the Way the old pares till i found out it was All in vain. M. Kinsey. Oili Aon county. Patoka a the Issue the Indiana Phalanx a july 2nd, i thought was the Best any up to that time. There is a cry Quot millions for miss Iotis Quot which 33 All right but i think there ought to be another cry Quot millions for Temperance literature like the Indiana i voc a for St. John and i am r Rouder that vote than any i Ever cast. A few now Tell me that they Are sorry they did not vote As i did. _ truth. Elkhart county. Hud my renew i to the Indiana Phalanx also a new subscriber. There is a bitter feeling a Here with the g. O. P s. They can t get Over their defeat. I Inow there is a Siroub i fince feeling in this Vil that i need be county. Silva a the drink traffic is the greatest curse that we have in our nation and it is daily driving men and women Down to a drunkard s hell. Still it is licensed by our government and the vaults its Treasury Are filled with the Price blood. My dear Brethren it is High time that we were putting our shoulders to the wheel and doing All in Power to remove this evil from our land. May god hasten the Day when this will be done. I Praise god that he is raising no an army Brave men and women who will stand up for god Home and native land. May god bless every Effort that is put Forth to Advance the cause prohibition. David Cummons. Antler Barglik co Unity. please find one Dollar for one year s subscription to the Indiana Phalanx. I have been Home but a few weeks after five months absence in Auburndale Polk county Florida. The whole South is turning to Temperance. In Florida every License to sell liquors costs the applicant 500 and is not transferable. Every License has to have a majority the registered voters the election precinct and every signature has to have two witnesses. Tampa 42 Miles away from us has two saloons and no More. Lord obey saw our condition Here at the present time namely License for City $2 and transferable at that. He saw who would make the Laws by and by. See Indiana Phalanx june 25th. Quot Mccauley by Kev. Isaac keen. Marion county. see by your paper that you Are making no a Bureau free lectures. The plan is a Good one i think and if enough speakers will join it the prohibition vote Indiana should be very rugely increased. I will give ten talks to the Berean if acceptable to help get the Ball to routing. I love the cause. I was in Illinois last fall. Our township polled 17 rotes and we had watchers at the Pous to see them counted oat correctly. There will be More than 17 votes next time. We had to go through a great Deal Perse cation Riffo county. Terse City Terre haute has been Republican for most tie time for several years but at the elections in May last the republicans cited but one Man where a dozen he a were to be filled. The first Ward containing More than two thirds the principal Church the City the nor Mal school High school training school and a Ward school elected a re pub can the Only Man elected by the Quot party great moral ideas Quot and he is a Pawn broker. In All these eight churches the ministers denounce dishonesty usury and extortion but in the face All this the result is the election a Pawn broker. At our last Spring election in this City More than one thousand republicans took so Little interest in the Success the party that they Quot forgot to Yote Quot a stayed away from the polls. There is a Strong probability that these ten eleven Hundred temper Anoe republicans most them will vote the prohibition ticket next time. The g. O. P. Of Terre haute is bankrupt its goods and effects Are in the hands the Pawn broker. Every Quaker and every Man Quaker descent that i know except one living in Tigo county voted for St John. F. Wilson. Hendricks county. herewith Send you one doll fair for the Indiana Phalanx another year for it seems that i can not do without it. I have Access to the democratic and Republican papers but they do not read to suit me in fact they both favor the drink traffic by High License which i think is the worst feature it. What for a Little sum Money authorize them to make drunkards the children their fathers and bring ruin and distress to the mothers besides causing an enormous tax upon the people in general. Please Send this week s paper for i do not want to miss a single number. I am at d loss when one gets destroyed for i wish to keep them circulating after i read them though there Are some the old politicians both parties to do not like it. I am flow f years Oil. But i de stat we should labor for the Good Biol me after us. Ohl that old unite in one solid Phal Itice and right and let selfish d partisan ends go. Then we May expect to see peace and happiness in our land. Hoping for the advancement the cause which the Indiana Phal air a so ably advocates. Yours truly we. G. Eldeb. Ohio. Good cause is brightening every Day and we shall have a much larger prohibition vote this fall than we Ever polled before. Some the friends it As High As sixty seventy thousand. One thing sure we Are not going backward. Lbs. P. G. the in tires Ohio and Indiana Are very closely linked in this question and the states can help hinder each other. Will be glad to hear from Yon in the work. Yours truly Esther Pugh Cor. Sec. Ohio w. C. T. U. Denver now rejoices in a unique High License la. It is very High threes Stor ies in fact. On the Topmost floor saloons May sell All night by paying the City an annual eight Hundred. These Are supposed to be in the interest the travelling Public and gamblers and lib Froines. They May succeed in keeping the Bottom from falling out our City from Ultra morality. The three and five Hundred Dollar permits Are supposed to close the doors customers somewhat earlier in the night. Now comes Reform a does it a Challenge. A Law passed at the late session the new York legislature requires All Brewers and distillers in the state to submit samples the liquor manufactured by them to the state Board health at least once a year for chemical examination. The Board has accordingly issued a circular to the Brewers and distillers and appointed a chemist who will hereafter Sample All the liquors in the name the 0x, the. Authorities Philadelphia gave a Temperance lecture monday which was illustrated in a striking manner by the hanging James Deane who while drank in his dram shop murdered his younger brother. Portland Oregon will give a Shular instructive exhibition in a few Days at which we. Brown will be Hung for the murder Mary cell. Both were thirty six million dollars improvements. Tills amount div led Between Alabama Arkana Florida. Georgia Kentucky la it a Simina Lumaryland my a Wipt it a Tennessee and Jotter stat Baltimore july 18.�?in its Semi Amiga review the development the South a Industrial interests the Baltimore manufacturers record publishes a list All manufacturing and mining enterprises organized in the fourteen Southend states during the last six months. It shows that there has Bien great activity in the South in the organization new industries despite doll times and moreover that tha growth Southern Indi trial water arts is not confined to any one line by covers a wide diversity enterprises. The total amount capital including capital Stock incorporated companies represented by the new enterprises organized during the ast six months and in the enlargement old plants and the rebuilding Mills destroyed by fire Aggregates $36,534,000. This is divided among the states As follows Alabama $3,580,000 Arkansas $375,0 h Florida $479,000 Borgia $l,5t>0,000 Kentucky $10.621, 100 Louisiana $1,407000 Maryland $4,6s3, Mississippi $416,000 North car Una $1,535,000 South Carolina $427,000 twine see $1,802,000 Texas $1,310,000 Virginia $2,008,000 West Virginia $6, w2,00a the Outlook for by Sincen in tha South according to the manufacturers record a very promising. Rajl7 if Ever have the prospects for tiie growing crops been More encouraging than at present. Every indication Points to magnificent Corn and Cotton crops the largest Ever produced while for Rice sugar fruits and vegetables the Outlook is almost if not quite As burglar. He Only wanted Money and had a High Piccolo voice. Dayton o., Only 18. A for the past several Days burglaries have been committed almost nightly in this City but one the most daring acts burglary record was perpetrated by a cracks Man. Mrs. Carey Edgar a member one the oldest and wealthiest families this place was at Home alone in the very heart the City. Abri it 3 clock in the morning she was awakened by some one moving about in her room. She sat up in bed when she discovered the had been turned out and the next moment that a Man wearing a mask stood by her bedside. He held a Dagger in his hand which glistened ominously in the Moonlight which streamed in the windows. Quot not a word i la Stab you Quot was the threat that greeted the woman. She was then ordered to get up and give him All the Money that she had in the House. He threatened that if she so reigned he would kill her and the children. The lady Rose frightened nearly to death and got from a jewel Case containing diamonds emeralds a valuable Gold watch and minor jewelry and All the Money she had when he ordered her to show him the Way out the front door. He did not take the jewelry and wanted nothing but Money. When mrs. Edgar attempted to strike a match he grasped her Arm and threw the match to the floor placing his foot it. She is Only awl a de the the trial Bexdek be salts in a verdict not guilty. Curve Eland , july 20.�?there has been to further disturbance in the polish and Bohemia settlements. The trial Hazdek charged with leading the attack the plate Mill was the All absorbing incident. The court room was crowded by strikers and their friends. Hazdek said he was at work in the wire Mill getting $1.60 per Day when the men compelled him to quit. He did not Lead the men but did follow the strikers into the works and helped drive out the workmen. The state showed Hazdek carried All through the trouble a Blacksnake whip. The Man who stood urging the men to Batter Down the doors the screw works had such a whip in his hand. The jury was Given the Case about 5 clock and in a Short time returned with a verdict not guilty leading the assault. He was immediately arrested the charge leading the attack the screw works. Bail was furnished. The verdict was received with the greatest satisfaction by the strikers. When the news reached the settlements it was received with consecrated pro . The in rarer Jota put Palmer baited with the kit a the Catholic Church. Cut Curati july 18.�?the body Josef i Palmer was taken from undertaker Multi Hill s vital dissident Sycamore Stre Ltd to where it had been from the Tima it was taken from ther Lea fold and carried just across the Way to 8t Xavier s Church where religious services were held Over it to prevent a Jam and crowd at tee Church curious spectators the final Dis portion tha body had been kept a secret. Palmer was attended during hi3 confinement in Jau by father Brady and Jost pretious to his death expressed himself As in full enjoyment All the rite the Catholic Faith and prepared and contented to die. The remains were interred in the St. Joseph s cemetery in consecrated ground. A singular coincident connected with Palmer s execution has come to Light. At tha same hour that the execution took place mrs. James Ray jr., 75 Dayton Street a Cousin Palmer s gave Biruli to a child which died immediately after Birtis at the time the Kirk murder detective Phil Rittweger then sergeant police worked up the evidence upon which Palmer s arrest was made. He was met by a reporter with tha remark Quot Well your Man is Gona Quot Quot Yea Quot reply the detective Quot i was up to see him the Day before be waa Hung and had a talk with him. Before i started to leave j. Turned to a table which he had a collection Little trinkets and asked him if he would give me a Little present to remember him. Palmer turned and looked at me a moment and replied yes i will give you something. When i a Lum gone you can have the Little room in jail which i have occupied Lor so Long i was completely taken Bacic i y his reply and walked out. I had nothing to say. Palmar evidently remembered the work which i had done and which brought him As a guilty Man to wants the eath. A claim in court for 1 most the Jaud in Dodge comity Tea. Ati Anta 3a., july 31.�?a Case unusual interest was argued in tha United states court before judge Speer it being the quite celebrated action in Ejov Trent brought by we. E. Dodge new York against about seventy five different land holders Dodge county this state. Or. Dodge demands Possession several thousand acres inn nearly All Dodge county in fact alleging that be has titles to it it the property and the present occupants Are Quot squatters j legally speaking trespassers. The property in litigation w nearly All Fine land exceedingly valuable for lumber and turpentine. Many the men who find themselves about to be ousted from their Homes bought the lands they occupy in perfect Good Faith from parties representing themselves to be a Al owners. The action brought by . Dodge was first entered in the United states Couit the Southern District Georgia where . Dodge filed a Bill in equity and sued out an injunction restraining All persons from cutting Timber making turpentine upon the tracts lands involved. Counsel for the defendants entered demurrer to the Bill . Dodge and have a motion to dissolve the injunction. The injunction was granted some time ago by one judge Spear s predecessors. Or. Dodge once lived in this state and was at one time so popular that do Ige county in which the proper Fri a gation is principally located wus Csc i him. and counterfeiting. Cartey and taken in after Many Days bad business. A Trianta cla., july 18.�?it is Learned that Khe men Corley and Longley who were arrested for forging East Tennessee Virginia amp Georgia Railroad tickets Are notorious counterfeiters who have been circulating spurious Coin in this Vicinity. The police have found Dies Rii Etal and other paraphernalia for counterfeiting quarters and half dollars in a House occupied by the men. It is stated that the United states officials have been aware 3orley and Longley s nefarious work for a month past but have refused to take action in the matter. _ cart loads dead. Savins up the bodies dead infants to save expenses. New York july 16. A Lewis Russell a Brooklyn undertaker was arrested upon the presentation the Board health evidence that he has made a practice storing in a cellar tute Bodum infants entrusted to him for burial keeping them ice until he has a sufficient num hand to make a Load for a dead Wagon. The object this irregular and revolting proceedings has been to save the costs several trips to the cemetery. The charge is made that some the bodies became decomposed causing a stench and endangering Public health. In one Case the body was kept unburied five a months. Slick theft. Ikontoi�.o., july 19.�?forov a month our City has been in darkness account a Lack funds to for a result the town is infested with thieves and thugs and a number bold robberies have recently occurred. While Hemy Pancake a Mer it it was slumbering with ins window up some one inserted a pole and hooked his pants out in the pockets which was a Sung sum i a. No clue to the thieves. Killed his Wile. Hoboken n. J., july 20.�?John gaunt a Carpenter after a i prolonged quarrel with his wife stabbed Ber under the left Arm in the Side. She died Early in the morning. The Auto had fire a Wildren. Negotiations sep Sai Kiel s counsel to have Gabriel sniff amp to and Dumais brought Here from Montana to give evidence in behalf Riel Are Stul in in Ess. The counsel have been notified that during their stay in the territories the two men will be guaranteed the Protection the court and Dumont has already expressed his readiness to attend the trial Kiel s attorneys express their intention pushing the trial Forward As rapidly As they can and intimate that it will not be pro a aged Over a week. A Large number half Breed witnesses for the defense have arrived at Batouche. Gen. Middleton who will be one the first witnesses examined is now prs Smit in Regina. The cat ohcs Here Are very indignant at Riel because his refusal to attend mass which was celebrated at the Barracks by father Dugas St. Boniface. Chinese baby buyers. San Francisco july 21. A another White firl baby has been found in the Possession in Vinese Foster parents in a loathe it me Den in Chinatown. The mongolians having the babe in charge said that she was two years old and had been gamed Chuenho. She Cost them originally $100, and ase was sickly they bad paid to physicians Over three times the Purchase Price. The babe was Given in charge the Secretary the society for the prevention cruelty to children. This makes Twenty six wite i girls taken from chinese to whom they have been sold by inhuman parents mercenary nurses within the last year. General Grant. Mount Mcgregor n. Y., july 21.�? Gen. Grant slept fairly Well and said he Felt considerably refreshed. There was a fair pulse although Jit was not very Strong. The general has not carried out the plan Reading proposed three Days ago and a feeling depression still hangs Over him. The doctor Hopes however the rest the night has been sufficient to put the general in a bum for work in which Case the immediate Prospect will be to relieve much the a loot. _ Quot a nips St. Louis july 21.�?"sam&Quot Jones the revivalist arrived in St Louis and going to Plattsburg mo., where he will begin a great revival. He says Quot i have Long held the opinion that Missouri was badly in need my services. This year i have converted people which class were your converts. Everybody lawyers doctors merchants judges mayors. I Tell Yuu when the great Willius Wallops Over humanity it Levels All crops. Cunt he july 21.�?farmers Are industriously engaged at present in harvesting their Hay and the crop is heavier thai it has been for years. If the weather Conti Quot favourable Oats will be Cut next week there will be above an average if a have been slightly injured by rec a but noting serious will Resul a is to Dong very Thrifty the acre Intel being somewhat larger than 1 f last. Ywe Fly him dead. We Hung july 21.�?cod a a. B. Smack Cable county went the House a if John t. Blake a Farmer Ai. Avid upon to onto satisfy an Ace Cati it Blaker listed and Stock smack t in left Arm with an axe inflicting a fearing wound and was about to repeat it when smack Serai Bini smack Gare a Tomu �1. Fugitive package Apps varied interest captured the careful condenser. By picked personal and Pouti Eal pointers. Breadwinners Battles and Trade s tribulations Railroad Kum buns and foreign Moerings. While a Force sixteen men were engaged in tearing Down an old boiler House at Philadelphia the Walls fell burying nine men in the ruins. Five them were seriously injured one them dying shortly after being removed to the Jospi Tal Berry Cobb ky., was run Over by his Wagon and killed. Miss Ora Hockett was seriously burned at to it Onrod John Dimond fell under a car in the Crescent Mill Coal Bank at Wheeling w. ., and was fatally mangled. Sander was seriously. Injured about the face by the explosion a natural pipe at Bowling Green by. John Koon was crushed in a mine at Nelson Ville o., under four tons slate. Six Hudren Josiah m. Evans living three Miles Srorn Grahamston pa., were cremated in their burning Home. The crazed parents could Only look helplessly . John Potts Home in Knovs slept the Railroad near new pm Adelphia o., and was killed by the evening train. Labor Otey. United mailers America in session at Wheeling agreed to consolidate with National Heaters and rollers Union. Representatives the latter were admitted to seats As delegates. The c Hub nation will be a Power. Unknown men Cut Loose a dozen loaded coid cars at head Hampton Coal company s incline near Pittsburg company a loss $0,000. Outrage suppose to have been perpetrated by employees disaffected by mining reactions. The mailers rollers and feeders in National convention at Wheeling w. V., resolved not to for la leakage mat Iines and not to conc did to the demands feeders. The Compromise proposition submitted to workmen by Brown Bonnell amp co., Youngstown o., was rejected. The men Are determined to resist any attempt to Start the Mill without accept tag the scale settlement at Pittsburg. The striking Iron workers at Cleveland o., were paid off sati Day without trouble. Dastardly act. Attempted cremation it Doha Bis front stoop. New York july 21.�?John Foley a me Chan while dosing the Stoops his residence. No. 457 West two seventh Street suddenly awoke to find himself enveloped in frames and his clothes fire from his head to his Ankles. With tha assistance the police and some neighbors tha frames were with i faculty extinguished not personal. John Hagerty collector canal tolls at Cincinnati has resigned and Patrick j. Donohue was appoint his successor. Pw8v. Or. 8. L prime 6<tor the new York observer is seriously ill at Manchester it. Mrs. Secretary Bayard is rapidly recovering. Judge Okay s recovery is considered very doubtful. Warden will probably assume the duties doorkeeper the House representatives though there is no Legal provision to fill the vacancy caused by the death . Wintersmith. There is no truth in the reports that Captain Howgate is about to Retarn. President Cleveland will leave washing ton for the Adiron Dacks Early in August. Cable 8parics. London scandal investigating committee is at work. Cardinal Manning and pubic Gjul Geene Ralhf endorse a the Fedl Quot Quot the Paris Madame to 10,000,000 will she bequeathed 000,000 francs to various beneficiaries. Sarah Bernhardt has ecu med 13,000,000 francs already and the query is will she leave anything behind when she Dies. There is now but Little doubt that some arrangement will be made to tide Over the Difili cuties the Munster Bank and that the institution will be resuscitated. The i it eath Boll. Captain we. Earnshaw the a known chaplain the Dayton soldiers biome died Friday. The remains a Man found in a Field near Castleton ind.,. Were identified As John c. Moffett Noblesville ind. Col John a. Fifon a prominent att Ney it Franklin ky., died. Two italian workmen were killed and others seriously injured at Roxbury pa., by foul air in a Tunnel they were digging the South Pennsylvania Railroad. Marshall Moore a prominent Cin Gallatin tenn., died suddenly after taking a cold Bath. _ political pointers. Collector Christ Kneght took formal Possession the Revenue office in Dayton M j. Swadener Joe Dowling Isaac Baa sett Kuwert Allen and Johnson Allen have been appointed Dup Tiee. The prohibitionists Jefferson eos my Ohio have nominated Rev. F. Swaney for state senator and Isaac Thomas for representative. A full county ticket was placed in nomination. Gilbert h. Bargar Ohio was appointed Jension agent at Columbus Alexander Davezac Covington ky., was appointed unit states Consul to Nantes France. Fire record. Fire destroyed Schofield s Yam my a at Manayunk Philadelphia and six dwellings that stood close by. Loss $�00,000. The freight depot the Cincinnati Indianapolis St. Louis amp Chicago Railroad at Greensburg ind., was destroyed by fire. An explosion chemicals in Schlessinger amp co. S liquor store new York destroyed $40,000 property. The Monitor Mills and a dwelling were burned at Petersburg ind., by incendiaries. Sixty four thousand Square acres Cranberry bogs in South Jersey have been devastated by fire. Railroad Reading. The Orleans Paoli and Jasper railway company has filed articles incorporation with the Secretary state Indiana. Chaises Rose formerly a Yard master in the employ the i Cimion amp Danville railway company was recognized As one the men who attempted to Rob the car. The new bring Lirar the Ohio River at Era Derson ky., was for Mahy opened for traffic and the first through passenger and freight trains were put Between Chicago and Nashville. _ business Roahlee. The property the Wheeler Iron company Sharon pa., is attached for Over �70,000. Armstrong Coen amp co., Wheeling w. ., owners extensive planing Mills and Hunter Yards a Wiere and the Monitor Tow boat and Barge company come used the members the firm named have a a led. John Roach says his Assignee we be Able to Dollar for Dollar and that he Woom have som9 i if if pc Terry seus at it Vaituu however before Foley had been badly burned about the legs and hands. After the injured Man s Burns had been attended to by a physician it was Learned that while he was asleep coi tha Stoops some unknown person poured a Quantity Kero Iene Oil Over his clothe and set them fire. The police Are searching for the persons that committed the dastardly act. Some time ago. Fabulous Fortune i looking up to heirs William Penn. New York july 16.�?before William Penn went Back to England the last time he deeded to Sally mercy Fuller sister . Thomas Fuller Cape cod 1 0 acres land where Philadelphia now is. She died and nobody claimed tha land so tha City took it and sold it to private purchasers. Every five years up to 1840 the heirs Sally mercy Fuller were advertised for. Nobody appeared then. It recently Joseph d. Fuller who is seventy years old has been looking up the matter ind he is convinced that the Fuller family Are entitled to 160 acres Philadelphia. A has a Long genealogy and he wants the other heirs to share the Fortune with him. Collision at 5ea, Coal boat and Schooner meet off cd it do the Crew saved. Boston july 18.�?the steamship Perkio Aien from Philadelphia with Coal for Boston collided with the three masted Schooner Abbie c. Stubbs near Chatham Cape cod. The Bow the scrubbs was crushed in and she was by ached at Chatham Quot just in time to avoid sinking. The Captain s wife and sister were Board and they and the Crew escaped. Tha Perkio men soon afterwards Sank near whistling buoy where she now remains exposed to heavy swells and will probably be a total la Ltd. Sea l,0i5 tons Burden and is awned by the Philadelphia &-r3adlng Railroad co Sipany. All hands Are reported saved fatal flames. Six. Chil i Ren a Man named burned to death. Altoona pa., Only 19.�?the residence % Man named Evans residing near Gro Bampton in Clearfield county took fire and was totally destroyed. Six out nine his children who were sleeping in the upper part the House perish in the flames. Or. Evans late at night heard a noise outside the House id taking his Rifle started out to investigate the matter. A Pon getting outside he found the entire upper part the building in flames. The Structure was a Small one being Only about twelve feet in height and was but logs. Started in 1847. Newspaper and theatrical bassinets shut up a steel works. Jerset cry a july a Teel works into. Dons thrown worn were is the to has been m Gregory one the three who inherited the business has lost late in theatrical and newspaper Ven Buree. Murdered in mistake. Kills his sister in Law with a razor and attempts Soi Eidd. Eur it Ora la., july 19.�?george Johnson a Farmer living in Buckeye township this county murdered his sister in Law Grace Rand. Johnson and his wife had been living together unhappily for some time and a left his bed and went up stairs to sleep with her sister. After she had gon9 Johnson took his razor and followed her. It is supposed that in the dark he mistook the sister for his wife and Cut her Throat and mangled her person in a terrible manner. To end the bloody tragedy hts then Cut his own Throat but he is still brute. Quot tah Dot is mein Fotter und Mela he exclaimed. Jersey cart n. J., july 18. A Geo. Bates amp brutish looking German was trial before Justice Wanser to answer for the crime incest with his sixteen year old daughter. The girl gave her testimony with her infant in her arms. When she had finished. Bates claimed Yan Dot is mein Dotter and mein kid. Quot he was held the await the action the grand jury. Situation at Ste Stone. It. Sterno ky., july 21.�?the trouble at Ste Stone is still Quot boiling. Will Osblom the worst desperado Eastern Kentucky who has slain thirteen men has been sent for and is expected with an armed Force. All roads Are picketed and orders Are Given if they appear at All hostile to show him no Quarter. Friends both parties from various Points Are the ground. Others Ore now going. Should they meet much blood will be split and the end is not yet. Killed in a a tine. New a traits Villa o., july 16.�?levi was killed in mme 11, by the roof falling. The mine was set Are tiring the late strike. For four Iive months a Large Force has been working night and Day at tha fire. Two others barely escaped with their lives falling Rock being very hot. Pay was badly Burnad. He leaves a wife and five children. Bogus tickets. Atlanta ga., july 17.�?gteorge b. Lond. I by new York and c. 6. Corey Atlanta were arrested for forging passenger tickets the East Tennessee Virginia amp Georgia Railroad by Means rubber Stamps. The tickets were sold to scalpers and the men named Are said to have made $5,000 each by their operations during the a year. _ both Good citizens. Memphis july 19.�?hiram Fogge Scotland county had an altercation with Sylvester Hilbrant a neighbor. Hilbrant fired to Fogge but without effect and Fogge fired a shot taking effect in Hilbrant Bow is and thigh inflicting probably fatal wounds. Fugge gave himself up. Both Ara Good citizen drowned while Bathine Baltimore july 21.�?John Geisler a a unmarried was drowned while Bat Biog in herring run. His Compani Ltd was so Paridy Zed by fright that by rim Malato any Awin Mao

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