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 - outcast on The ob wall rea an it in hi sec ren...
outcast on The ob wall rea an it in hi sec ren per be mora eve de t Snow an wo t o as h hi on to b mois th damage done beyond shattering- the chimney some and knocking the plastering about pretty lively A new grocery store is one of latest additions to the town The flouring mill is cracking some sixty bushels of wheat per day During the late storm tbe barn o1 Mr Slusaer some five or six miles north of Antioeh was struck by mug and entirely destroyed Gallagher, who was shot in the a month or so ago, has returned Hamilton Canada, the laborers contributing enough money to send to his former home His arm and one side seem to be paralyzed O'Bnen, the other rioter, who got dose of shot, at the same time, is his people near LaGro, in gooc enough health, but still unable to his arm The wrk goes on bravely at the new railroad grounds Enough gra " ' ' pleted to allow the _ a . _ _ _ ide tracks for a ha ; mile each, and a part of tbe for tlie round-house is done Nearly 400 men are employed altogether Contractor Donahay paid out over $12,000 on Friday, to his fore Friday was field-day as well as payday at Antioeh The boys were "off 1 m more senses than one They were thirsty and m funds, and it four men in Brubaker'a saloon to serve them with liquor Things soon got hot but the fighting was nearly between themselves Some weeks in the country, namet Abe Mote struck an Irishman in head w ith a atone Evei since that ding has.been comp] laying of the ten aid the Celt had been 'laying" about noon, watching his oj for him - , .- -- ,, - ipportum ty, found a good chance,andlaid -Vbe's head with a club, inflicting i stunning scalp wound Dr Bosnel sewed him up Subsequently Mote hurled a stone against the head of whom he took to be an enemy, * opened a to A he who proved to be an innoeen party Then Mr the rest of his hide w out of town in a hurry considerable drinking and severa E Mote savec e rest of his hide whole, by gettini There wa fisticuffs yesterday morning and fore noon, but nothing serious, and at m , it seemed pretty ' quiet" on Creek The citizens were thorough!; prepared and organized to defend persons and property, and this seem to have bten well understood by ruffians The ring leader in the othe riot, Dailey, who is a regular maguire" was noton hand to head deviltry and so the "byes" eonfinec their efforts to pounding each other

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  1. Fort Wayne Daily Gazette,
  2. 24 Jul 1881, Sun,
  3. Page 4

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