The Indianapolis Journal in Indianapolis, Indiana 4 Oct 1883
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The Indianapolis Journal (Newspaper) - October 04, 1883, Indianapolis, IndianaConi pained by his auctioneer Moses Rubens also of Detroit. Mccloud was out of the City until yesterday when he returned and found that Rubens had left for Cincinnati on is nay taking All the jewelry with him valued at about $1,500. Officers Are on the track of the to Lief. Fatal fall from a ladder. 6 Eual to the Indianapolis journal. Connersville oct. 3.at noon to Day As William Utzler a Carpenter who was work ing on the new Catholic Church was descending a ladder he missed his footing and fell a distance of thirty feet receiving wounds from which he died an hour and a half afterwards. Indiana patents. Patents have been granted to Indiana in ventors As follows Moses Remington and j. L. Riter Browns Ville. Clothes Pounder. M. Richards Spencer adjustable Putns ine and measuring machine. John r. Reede and h. G. Swope assignees to rude Brothers manufacturing company , seeding machine. Charles r. Blake Frankfort watch regu Lator. M. S. Cordy Assignor of one half to w. M. Cronyn. Indianapolis Magneto electric Generator. George i. Hunter Terre haute spark arrester also spark extinguisher. 11. R. Alien Indianapolis chill also Pul Ley. Minor sores. Tho Post flies at Palos Miami county Lias been abolished. Mrs Mary m. Davis widow of the late judge Eden h. Davis died at Lier residence in sheiby Ville at in Early hour yesterday morning aged fifty three years. Mrs. Grimes wife of John Grimes of Crawford county was found drowned on monday in a Livorse trough. The supposition is she was seized with a fainting spell while bathing and was drowned. The United states marshal closed the doors of wiilia111 Large dry goods store in Peru on tuesday in favor of Harwell &cos., of Chicago for the sum of s2o,. It is supposed the embarrassment is Only temporary. Burglars entered the shoe shop of Newell Graves at Plymouth i monday night and look therefor s2oo Worth of goods. They also entered the gun shop of if. Vaud Aeter and car ried away some very exp Eusie firearms. James e. Kackley sheriff of Knox county at tempted to shoot gun. Boho Ettlel Washington oct. 4, l a. M. For Tennessee and the Ohio Valley fair weather in the Ohio Talley followed by local Rains in Tennessee local Rains Easterly winds rising followed by falling barometer stationary or rising temperature. For the lower Lake Region fair weather variable winds shifting to Easterly rising Fol Lowed by falling barometer stationary or rising temperature. For the upper Lake Region fair weather followed by local Rains variable winds shifting to Easterly failing barometer stationary or slight Rise m temperature. Local Olfier canons Indiana poly oct. 3. Time. Bai. The. Hum wind Wearner re Fol 6 24 a. M. 30.11 45.4 93 Calm foggy 10 24 a. M 31. 16 57.0 74 n fair 2 24 i m. 30 18 61.4 34 n fair 6 24 p. M. 30 22 56.5 50 n 10 24 p. M. 30.30 49.6 67 be Clear maximum temperature. 61.4 mini mum temperature 44. General Ower canons. War Dupar Turnt l Washington oct. 3, 10 25 p. M. S observations taken at tue same moment of time at ail stations. A 35 5c 3 z r r a 5. I i = station g r 1. _ p s i = Tiia 5 1 x Bismarck Dak. 30.11 52 8 Clear. Cui Cako 30.32 49 be Clear. Cincinnati .30.25 55 new Cloudy Davenport 1a. 30.31 48 be fair. Dead w00d. 29 89 49 so Clear. Denver 29.96 54 8w Cloudy. Des Moines 30.28 49 e hazy. Dodge City 30 03 46 be.23 it. Rain. It. Assinia Botne. 29.98 45 8 Clear. Fort Butoric 30.02 51 be Clear. Fort Custer fort Elliott 29.94 55 be .03 it. Rain. Fort Sill ga1ve5t0n. 30.03 81 8e Cloudy Indiana oils. 30.30 50 be Clear. Keokuk. 30.27 50 be hazy. La Crosse 30.32 42 w Clear. Leavenworth 3n.19 54 e .02 it rain. Little Hock. Ark. 30.12 61 be Cloudy. Louisville 3023 55 Cloudy. Memphis 30.16 60 be .05 Clear. Moorhead. 30.14 40 8 Clear. Nashville. 30.20 63 fair. North Platte 30.13 51 8 04 it. Rain. Omaha 30.26 51 be Cloudy Pittsburg 29.29 48 new Clear. An Antonio. Shreveport to 00 81 be Clear. Springfield. In 80.29 50 e Cloudy. By Louis 30.27 56 be Clear. 29.98 69 so Clear. By. Paul 30 29 43 so Clear. Vick Bourc 30.09 80 k tear. Yankton. D. T 30 22 46 8 Clear. New Orleans 30.10 79 s Clear. Las Animas 29.00 42 e .55 it. Rain. Fort Smith 30.09 63 e .23 Cloudy. Salt Lake City. 29 88 48 e Clear. Fort Billings telegraphic be cities. A heavy storm of rain and Snow prevailed on Over Northern new England. At Duck Hill miss., the House of Tenny Hardaman coloured burned with two boys. Merrick Freeman a cheese maker or Clerdon near Cleveland has failed Farmers for Tukik. Burglars robbed the Worcester mass., Post office of $1,450 in Money and a Quantity of Stamps notes and Bonds. It is reported that the Confederate soldiers Home at Georgetown has suspended for want of Money to sustain it. The new York Herald proposes to have its own news stands in various pans of the City Aud sell at the Price printed. Of 140 Connecticut towns heard from the re publicans carried seventy of glib the democrats forty i to Ami eighteen Are evenly divided politically. Jefferson p. Kidder judge of the fourth District of Dakota and a member of the territorial supreme court died at st. Paul on tuesday evening. Tin Union Iron company or Portsmouth 0., successor of Mcconnell. Bowles it cos., and owner of the Washington and Monroe furnaces has been placed m the hands of a receiver. A citizens committee Lias been formed in Cleveland to prevent frauds at the polls. The republicans claim that they know absolutely that 2.500 fraudulent votes were cast at the last election. General Roger a. Pryor sailed for Liverpool yesterday by the Scythia to take Parr in the de sense of Par lick o Donnell who killed James Arey toe informer against the Phoenix Park assassins. Eugene Colburn of Worcester n. H., fatally shot John w. Brooks who assaulted Colburns father. The tragedy grew out or a Quarry 1 be tween a son of Brooks Aud Edward Clement in the school House. The railway age shows in its current Issue that the Amo nit if main track added to rhe rail ways of the Union during the nine months end ing Bept. 36 Are 4,244, against 8,073 for the same period last year. Captain Nickerson has arrived at Philadelphia from st. Pierre Martinique and reports All the shipping in that Harbor destroyed by the Hurri Cane of sept. 4, and Many lives lost. The loss in vessels and cargoes amounted to $2,000,000, a Little four year old son of Horace hopping living near Lebanon wandered into a Field where there was a drove of hogs and was at tacked l y them and almost Liberal in eaten alive. He was insensible when rescued and died soon after. My bars. Dolph pc Carper druggists Wina Mac. Pulaski county say Browns Iron bit to re takes the Lead of anything we Ever Han _ l. B. Hitchcock formerly of Hitchcock Mccreery a Grain merchants and one of the most prominent and wealthy citizens of Pitts Burg disappeared mysteriously from Bis Home last monday since which Lime nothing Lias been heard of him. Wayah Plain dealer has this to Aav undoubtedly the most meritorious Rem Edy of the present Day is st. Jacobs Oil. It Lias been proven a absolute cure for rheumatism and a Eurainia. India nays Boll of Honor. Complete list of pensioners of the fifth congressional District. Name of each pensioner the cause for which pensioned and the amount al Lowed per Mouth in Kali Case. Below is a Complete list of pensioners in Tho fifth congressional District comprising Tho counties of Bartholomew Brown Hendricks Johnson Monroe Morgan Owen and Putnam. This list was made up from Tho books of Tho pension office As they stood on the is of Janu Ary 1883, is published by order of the United states Senate and is official Bartoleme county Caus for which monthly name of pensioner. Pensioned. Rale. Tuttle William h Abdomen $4.00 Newsom Levi lungs 4 of Fisher Henry c Arm 4.00 Buddmeyer shoulder 6 of Gohee Nathaniel 1. Band 4.00 Crittenden Hannah Mother 8 o Dean Nancy a Mother 8.00b Carlisle Weatley leg 4.00 lamasters James ankle 4.00 Miller Albert. Linger 6jh Stoughton Elizabeth widow 1812 8 of Shaw Joseph scurvy 6. Twaddle Walter 8 head. 6.tn Neeley Rudolph diarrhoea 4.0 Foster Robert l list 8 of Kelley Allen. Hand 12 00 Garrettson Wash. 4.00 Bond Meredith lung 8 of Mooney Marion foot 17jx Lewis Michael Arm 18.00 Mitchell George i Arm b. Snively George f Elbow. Go Warner Thomas f diarrhoea 12.00 Stanford John h loss 1. Eve 8.00 Smith James w diarrhoea 18.00 Sprague Henry f Dis. Of eyes 50.00 Newsome Jose 1. Leg Wagner Augustus de a r. Arm 24.00 Spencer Charles Arm 18 do Williams Orr h leg 12.00 Stobo John ills heart 12 Ruby James m leg 2 00 routine Georg r both thighs 8 o Robertson John t diarrhoea 8. " Rouse John Dis. Lungs 50.0 Reynolds John and men by Palmer Henry p leg Poffinberger 6.00 Polan David leg 6.00 Spurgin we. H Frozen feet 6.00 Burns William b scurvy 6.00 auit we. H 2 toes 6.00 Cavanaugh Virgil p Arm 6 00 Ward Henry j rheumatism. 4. A Tillack we. B Par. Deaf 9.00 Hennis we. Ii leg 14.00 Mitchell James e Little linger 800 Turner Samuel in. To sight 6.00 Newson David Mouth 15 0o Nolting Henry c 1. Loot 2,g Lara Bee Cornelius Arm 6.q0 Judkins Orson Mouth 6.00 Odonnell Charles Arm 2.00 Guy Robert a. Arm 10.00 , Henry thigh 24.00 Browning Timur is leg 6.00 Owden Robert right Arm. 10.00 Coles. James left Heel 18.00 Snider Jacob diarrhoea 48.00 Sparks Richard diarrhoea 4.0 Swartwood. David d heart 4.00 Winkler William m rheumatism 14.00 Brinkley Jonas p Dis. Of toes 4.00 Bland Marion e rheumatism 6.00 Collins George b leg. 15 00 do Sou William v heart. 500 Baker Calvin c eyes ,v.v.4 00 Ault Andrew g hand 2,00, Coons Philip j rheumatism 8 00 Cavanaugh Robert b. Var. Veins 12 00 Costell William. Hand 2.00 callings William p.1ungs 2.00 Cavanaugh James Dis. Of Abd 10.00 Crabb Charles c stomach 12.00 Henry Roderick Mouth 8 00 Harris Samuel j thigh 20.00 Keith John a shoulder 30-00 Litteral George thigh 4 of Lazzell Georgw rheumatism 4 00 Larrimore Joseph Dis. Of Abd 4.00 Himm Ond James e lungs 8 of Gantlin Isom left ankle 4.00 Monroe George o. Hand 3 00 Moore Lewis c spine 6.00 Hunter Edwin i Ura 18.00 Holeman Elihu a knee 4.00 Mcconnell John l thigh 2.00 Owens George w left hip 1.00 Jones Richard knee 4.00 Flaim Igan Andrew 6.00 eve Road William smallpox 8.00 Artiel William f rheumatism 4.00 Fisher William h head 4 of Hurt John loss r. Eye 14.00 Glass Dennis d Eves 8.00 Campbell John Abdomen 8 00 sheets Paul Abdomen 12.00 White John c breast 8.00 a co Mao James hand 6.00 Larue Wilkinson c in. Back 8 of Hobbs Maria Mother 8.00 Pittman Christina Mother 8.00 Hazard May a Mother 8.00 hinder. Charlotte Mother 8.00 Crane Mary Mother 8.00 what Luck. Sarah Mother 8.00 Bovard Abigail Mother 800 Weddell Elijah c minor of 14.00 Boylan Rachel widow 8.00 Saunders Elizabeth widow 8.00 Gaffney Mary Ann widow 20 00 Platt Rachel widow 8.00 Perry Cynthia Ann widow 8 of Everson Eveline widow 16.00 Bell Nancy a widow 8.00 Roland Irene w widow 12.00 Green Barbara widow 8.00 forester Katharine widow 8.00 buried Diana widow 8.00 Pope Martha e widow 8 00 Corwin Susan a widow Scott. Amanda widow 8 o f Pislar Fanny widow 1812 8 of Kyle Catharine w widow 1812 8 of Muir j in r leg 5.00 Campbell James shoulder 8.00 Petree John t Arm 4 00 Leason Onier diarrhoea 8.00 Crippen Ansel b Arm 6.00 Danforth Lyman Abdomen 8.00 Burns Janies four lingers 14.00 Anderson John b face 14 of Dinkins Jariah head 2.00 Dunlap William diarrhoea 8.00 Butler Alonzo shoulder 5.33 Moor quart us c diarrhoea 8.50 Haskins Elijah thigh 8.00 Sims. Adam Throat 10.00 Russell Martha widow 8.00 Winstead Agnes a widow 8 00 Sayre Eliza. Widow 8 00 Jewell Elizabeth widow 8 of Helton Susan a Mother 8.00 Richardson Nancy Mother 8.00 Hook William h Arm 8.00 hiker Samuel Arm and Side 12.00 Tobias John m shoulder 5 00 fiume or Andrew great toe 4.00 Yost James a Abdomen 8. Blair William Mot 2 00 Davis Samuel g Dis. Of Abd 4.00 a buckle Fielding Finger 2.00 Coots Warren l thigh 6.00 Crist Henry w leg 12.00 Lyttle George Abdomen 4.00 Rhoads. Martha a widow 10.00 Rawlings Pauline j widow 8.00 Shook Mary Mother 8.00 Drake Cath widow 8 00 Crossland Marv l i of 8.00 Hurston Charles m minora of Ion o Holder Henry ankle 5.33 Michael Charles g eyes 6.00 Hedgecock. Lewis Buok Aud hips. 12.00 Anderson Kibridge thigh 8.00 doll Jacob l thigh 2.00 Cook Charles 8 Huger 2.00 Folles Benedict hand and leg 6.00 Bruner George w Dis. Of lungs 4.00 Cauhorn Sarah a widow 8.00 Hill William Dis. Eyes 6 00 Miller Jesse b lung 4 go nobler William c lungs 18.00 Collins Thomas ankle 2 00 Wilson Martin Abdomen 8.0 Elrod Elisha b. G Tonj Back 6 00 Burchand Martha d Mother by Cook Sarah Mother. 8.00 Holder Elizabeth Mother 8 00 Rice Sarah widow 10 of Snyder Catherine widow 8.00 billiard Elizabeth widow Collins Isabel widow 8.00 Miller Marv a. H widow 8.00 Gambold Ellen a widow 8.00 Cook Sarah 8 widow 1812 8.00 full wider Hannah widow 1812 8.00 Chandler Harvey widow 1812 8.00 Knowland. James t lungs 12.00 Smallwood. David r Lumbago 4.00 Spray William Arm 8.00 Watts William h ankle 6.00 Foster Edward p Dis. Of Abd 15.00 Gaston Adam both eyes 72.00 Coo by Elizabeth widow 8 00 2
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