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Fort Wayne Daily Sentinel (Newspaper) - May 1, 1882, Fort Wayne, Indiana VOL. XXH.-NO. 99 MONDAY EVENING, MAY 1, 1882. PRICE THREE CENTS Important Silk Sale. LOUIS WOLF Will To-day inaugurate the Grandest Sala of Silks Ever Known. The following are a few- of the many Bargains Of- fered 25 Pieces plain colored Silks (all shades) SOo yard. 50 pieces Gros Grain Silk (newest shades) At per yard. Triw are good any s.lks retailed In thlaeltr for fl S per vard. 10 pieras Black Rhadames (All At per yard. 4 PIECES BLACK RBADA1ES. 22-intbrx nidt. (ALL SILK.) At 50 per yard. 1O pieces Black Rhadames, 22 inches Wide, At 50. are by ftu tlte rlmpest Ithe of Mown In thUfrlty 25 Pieces Heavy Black Gros Grain Silk PURR RILKK, FREE PRUJl tH'W.an.1 warranted to wfsar M HMLM AND TRICKOTT. Toe Australian (human Four by the Playful Canadian. fifteen seconds. twenty-seven minutes and fifty-e'ght Hanlan's tint was A SCHEME OF KIONAPPINC.3 and will bepresentfd to theeitycoun til in pamphlet form it its Of it mee! LOCAL LINES. How the People of St. Lbnls Spend in? The Ship Canal Matter Before Day for Con. lidering Bank Charters. The President Anthorlzed to Snpprrw the la'dians-.An. other Haasarre. Kcoodi, and TrickfU'i twenty nine minutM and thirty-three seconds. Hanlan played with Trickett u with former contestants. A House Burned ITHICA, N. Y, Ha? The Wash- ington glass works were burned. Loss, insured half. The Pennsylvania Company's Dividend. [fly TUettrapA to fas fltntfwL) PHIUDELPHIJI, Penn- sylvania lailroad company declared a semi annual dividend of 4 per cent. Captain Jack Killed. IJHr CHICIOO, May wu re- ceived at General Sheridan's head- quartan to day from Fort Wsaneki, Wyoming territory, of the killing of Captain Jack, of the Utea. Jack wai imprisoned there, and in attempting to escape killed a sergeant. At he was running away the guard fired after him, and bo fell at the 6rst shot. Fisher and MeCrea. Two Con- victs, Plot to Abduct the Daughter of a Wealthy Cltl- ien--Thelr Plans Frustrated. The National Debt Statement. [fly TtfeBTqpA lo A Snow Storm and Earthquake. CMto to AMbul] GESEVA, May snow storms occurred in the The 6implan route is impassable. A shock of earthquake was felt in Can- too Vallais Friday. Carpenters on a Strike. WiBHiNOTON, May The debt statement showi, a reduction of debt during April, of cash in the treasury, gold cer tificates outstanding, sil- vsr crrtifhitei, certifi- cates of deposit, til, refund- ing certificates, legal tend- en, fractional currency. cash balance available, In March, 1879, Charles Fiiher and John McCrea, two ercoks, were on a tra'n bound from Oarrttt City to Fort Wayne. In toe same coach waft Oeorge J. then a brskeman on the Baltimore and Ohio, but now we believe an employe of Angell A Bir- cett. At the stock Bier, who had on his person a rsble sum of money and a valuable watch, left the train to go to residence. He was followed by Fisher and McOrea, who were, it stems, aware that thf man had on his pemn, and reaching a secluded spot, they knock- ed him down and robbed him of money and watch. The were afterwards arrested by Constable Kelly, then city marshal, and on February both were indicted for robbery and grand larceny and AMUSEMENTS. TONY DENIER. There a piod home it the for Jfco more TO CLOSE, I WILL OFFER 25 pieces colored Rhadames, Choicest Shades, yard. as good M aay Hold for S3 M per yanl. LOUIS WOLF, CiMciRirAti, May The carpen- ters' strike is tally on. Builders re- fuse to give the extra fifty rents ter day, and the carpenters who belong to the union are out. Committees have been appointed to persuade others who are at work to stop. The Missouri Antl-CamblIng Law Unconstitutional. I, rfcr KriY iTONH U4 CALHOUN 8TKBKT. FOBT WAYNE, IND. HUK'XERY. FOR YOI'K ClilM (JIIODS! GO TO Kaag1 Bro China Tea ANI> Dinner Sets, Chamber Sets, Toilet Sets, nijnlira Ware, Hand Painted and Saaeers, Lamps of all Kinds, I liardeliers, Etc., Elc., Etc. r-l rrrrylhiDH U krpt In ftnt cUffl Crockery Store 'In. 5 East Columbia St. Jerome Krieger, THE LEADING HAIR DRESSER -OF- FORT WAYNE, INDIANA, HM Joni rv-MlTed (tack of Ul the Latest Styles And NoTvltlm ID Hair Goods to be Turn this HprlDg and Hammer. More Massacres. (By nhfrmpk to UW Sas FKAICISOO, May Tomb- atone dispatch says: "Two men were killed by Indians at Dragoon moun- tains Saturday. It is supposed that a large number of hostile Indians an in the mountains. A large meeting was held here last night to take action and raise volunteers. Several hun- dred dollar? were contributed and many volunteen enrolled. ST. Locis, May 1. -Judge Lough- lin, of the criminal court, baa sustain- ed the plea of the gamblen that the Johnson act, making gambling a felony, is unconstitutional on account of certain irregularities in iti passage. There are about 400 indictments pending against gamblen and this test can throws them out of court, as gamblen can only be prosecuted now in the lower courts for misdemeanor. New Bins Introduced. The Cincinnati Liquor Cases In Court. [Of nirgrffk CixciiciCATi, May Judge Hig- ley, of the police court, to-day over- ruled the motion to quash the inform- ation in the caae of Ferd Schuman, charged with felling intoxicating liqner on Sunday, contrary to the re cent enactment, known at the "Smith law." He also overruled the demur- rer to the information, holding that the facts stated were properly set forth in the affidavit and information, and that they were sufficient to con- stitute an offense under the law. We will hers a list of Ibe prtn- NOVELTIES Which U I1, ra number oO IO.WD W.T-, 1 SI m. l. than It hu St. Louis Sabbath Observers and Breakers. [Air IWdlrapA bcKM brought to city, I owtMt nrtcwa. and pick. 114 i-a mr will Mil tbwn at DR. T. J. DILLS, EYE AND EAR. THE BEST STOCK! -O F- TRIMS m VALISES To atWt from In lodi- At Lowest Bottom Prices -A T- FI8HER GRAFF. M F.. Benr, far. tliatN. ST. Lons, May The Globe- Drmocnt this morning has nearly two pages of statistics showing how many people attended church yesterday and how the day was spent by Sabbath breakers. At the morning and even- ing services in all the chnrches there were in attendance persons, and In the Sunday schools children. Of these the Catholic church was represented by 83.771 persons, the methodist by the Presbyterian by the Biptist by 4..V1, the German Evangelist, Includ- ing Lutheran, by At the parks, beer theatres and not very religious places there were 242 peraous. Of these more than one-third witnessed ban ball gamta. The Hanlan-Trlekett Race--A Victory for Hanlan. [4y Wlsjus.mm, May 1 the house the bills were introduced aad referred authorizing the appointment of a special commissioner for promoting commercial intercourse with the Oen- Iral and South American states, for appointment of a commission of three army engineen to deter- mine the best route for a ship canal to connect the lakes with the Minis sippi river, and Ihs Atlantic with the Gulf of Mexico across Florida, and appropriating for expense. National Bank ization. mtfroph lit Ondhut.] WABBISOTOS, May 1 house adopted a resolnlion adopting May 9th for consideration of the bill for of national bank charters WASHINOTOX, May Comptrol- ler of currency Knox, says the na- tional banks will probably organize under the plan suggested by him in his last report at first Chicsgo and second national Cincinnati houses, nnlen congress provided for their reorganiztition. sentenced each to nerye three years in tbe penitentiary. February 26 last, Fisher and McCrea were liberated from tbe penitentiary, baring terred tbeir itretch. They went to Van Wert and were arrested on a rrquiiiiion from the governor of Ohio for blowing a lafe at Diion, O.. preTiotu to their little gime here. Fiibtr recently got another three years in the Ohio state penitentiary for this job. and McCrea i-, we be- lie Te, in jail awaiting a trial. 80 much for this. One day two wieks since a lawyer of this city, who need not be named, was in Chicago ttrolliif along Clark street. The man of law met a Fort Wayne man. an ex convict who was Rent up from here and who. on bin liberation, went to Chicago and it ii belidted reformed sincerely. He then told the lawyer of a scheme pat up by Fisher and McCrea while in the penitentiary, which was to be exe- cuted on tbeir release. Their plan Academy, Saturday night to witnem Tony Drnier's "Hurapty Duaipty" trnnpe. Debier has this season the best rhow he bss ever givf n and we are to say that the people are almost without exception cleve-. ID the pantomime projx-r there are no new tricks, but everything with a vim and dash and tbe long pro gramme is thus not wearisome. Al- fred Miaco, the clown, of an old family ot We do not hesitate to that he is by far u< h force ss he may deem neces- sary, includinf Ihe army, to suppress lawleiMDem order. fhis absented and the discharged. Mr. W. J. llordcn returns to N'sw York to asom A was re- Mln.1 by family Cross O. P. Bordaa, sea, statist ability to be ireaaat M the fi Annual Report lor I88I-2--A Good Showing. Tbe report of the water for the fiscal year ending April 30tb, 2, haa been completed, from which THI gEimirxL has been permitted to gather, in advance of pnblica'.ion. a few facta of interest to our The revenue for the year was 700, of which t9.900 was for water rents alone. The revenue at present, represented by the total rates of all consnmen on the books, is Tne work of cnnitruction during the year cost Total of construction to date, f'.'-l.'i.O'O. It is estimated that will be re- quired to complete the original con- struction. Tbe cost of extensions to date has been About will be required to complete those in pro- The number of onosumen is Gn2, number of permits to date, 7M. expected that there will be consuoen by the end of the year. The running of the year were (R.023. value of supplies purchased awl on hand, the net actual coat of or-crattng was (7.MO. There were gallons pumped during tbe year, costing for numping (4 .100, or 1 7 cents per 1000 gallons. Taking total cost nf operat- ing, not of pumping 1000 gal'oss was 104 cents. Average pumping per day, gallons. report la now beicg printed, It is hardly nexxeury to remind our readers that to morrow night will wit- ness the first presentation here of W. S Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan's greatest success. "Patience: or. Bun- thorne's Bride." Everybody bought and are getting down fine Gilbert's quaintly humorous ditties. One young man we know of is continually reciting the lines of Buntborne, and hi, fri.nji by trying to slog the mutie. The rung- nifioent cast embraces Tom Karl, who a very sweet tenor voice; W. H. McDonald, a fine baritone; B. C, Barnabee, one of the brst buffo sing- ers on the stage; Miss Marie Stone, Mm Ulmsr, all of whom THE SEXTINCL has heard and can highly recommend their artistic merit. The bouse will be packed and tie engagement a grrat success A Sad Affair. But a few ago, a young man, the son of a prominent and wealthy father in city, was married to a young lady wbo-e acquaintance be furmed when away. The young couple came here and all went seem- ingly wrll for some time until the young wife, who M natuially bead strong and impulsive, formed a street acquaintance with a well known young man about town. The guided young woman last Friday Itft her home and went to the rooms of tbe person with whom she was infatuated. She drank deeply until lost to all shave and oblivious of the terrible settling that to come. Sunday morning the room of tbe false wife's paramour was entered by the chief of police and she taken to a hotel. KfT.irts on her part at a reconciliation are in- son, wlui at St. Louir, Ihe curry comb used by tbe famoua out- law James This curiosity ia vouched for to V genuine and Mr. Mitchell thinks he can dispose of it to advantsge to some curiosity hunter. Billy Stewart should get around and the comb for his "grate morn I show." It is but an act of justice to the em ployes of the Empire line office to say that the amatory effuuon, a copy of which was published in Saturday's paper, was not written by any one in the office as a comparison of the hand writing shows. Several persona had access to the letter heads and freely uaed them, it would appear. There is no such person by tbe name of Frank Campbell in the employ of Mr. Fisber. Ibe agent. If you have a cold or cough, buy a bottle of Hill's Peerless Cough Syrup; it all; if not satisfied, return the empty bottle and we will refund the money. We sell Peerless Worm Spe- cific on same tarms. Cobb's Little Podopbylin Pills will cure headache or no pay. Bio. Feb. Fine early rose potatoes at the Key- stone. SKELTON Received another car of choice Scotch potatoes to-day Any amount of those nine cent left. Seventeen varieties and Ibey are first class. Prompt delivery a specielty, at only origional Great Grocery House. THE STAB, dignantly repudiated by the injured hk-Dand and his and the girl will be taken home by her fsther who arrived in the rity to day. With great good senw tbe young refrainrd from committing any rash art when th< terrible blow to his bonorand that nf his family dawned on him, but is glad to be well rid of a woman wbo has proved MI unworthy. TillHtsriMI. i. a warm personal friend of the rrlativea of young lan, and we shall not add to their already poignant dinreas by mention- ng names or further alluding to the Take In the light. political hall to- Fine early ruse potatoes at the Key- BUrk Ranting and all Dress selling at mura Iwi valtt to close then oat quirk at IIS aid 40 falhimn, corner of Main Nt. MS? i-mt n MITCHELL Fine early rose potatoes at the Key stone. Proclamation. Notice hereby given to all saloon kerpersand venders of spiritons and intoiicating liquors that tbeir pUca of business mu.l be closed between the hours of A o'clock a. ra. and 6 o'clock p. m on Tuesday, May 2, A. IM-', that being the day of the rity election. The marshal, his depu- rt.ief of polios with his will see that this proclamation is en- lorred, and they are hereby ordered to srrr.l all that do not comply with the aluire. Witness ay hind and official anal this day of April. A. 1) 1M1. (1. A. A car of early roas potatoes a KKTHK.KK. 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