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   Weekly Fort Wayne Sentinel (Newspaper) - June 1, 1892, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               WEDNESDAY, ,11 111 i 11 i 1 tt il H ii t 1 1 1 11 1 HI il 1 1 I 1 i 1 1 j. I 1 i 1 L 1 It 1 il 1 ll o B t f l 1 1 Ii 1 1 I tl 1 a. 1 1 f af I 1 1 It 'ROBIN 1 1 r t t nt 1 fc t ced n L nil ll ,1 FANHANDiL f t HVP! DM1 VMHD1J S 111 ll r i i y j ti i i n i i i ii i i i i i i i i i V 1 i 1 1 11 ill i 1 I I fl 1 I 1 1 1 I 1 1 i 1 1 1 t 1 It tt 1 I 1 t t lr 11 I I It 11 [MI In 1 f 1 M I U 1 1 1 1 If 1 1 11 r f It tti I t! 1 r LJ 1 i t 11 M 11 io lilt ll 1 It 1 tl 1 f f 1 t 1 1 1 tl 1 t IT! i 1 111 1 M 11 111 lilt t 1 It t 1 fti i o r ti t 1 til. llml Mr IJl-i f It 1 1 1 1 1 11 lat i r I 1 1 1 1 LI I tl 1 III II t if tl 1 lie Ut i f u J i i i t I t 1 t tW L t 1 1 1 1 u I 1 ll f U "It 1 1 i f 1 j f 11 i 1 1 1 i 1 r J 1 111 f 1 If 11 1 t l! Ill 1 U 1 1 1 1 1 tit 1 1 I 1 r r [J 1 t 1 t 1! 11 1 f t! 11 I 5 I 1 i i 1 I. 11 ll t It i i 1 r i IILI i -t i iii, It r t 1 f 1 r 1 l i 1 1 ii r i i tl H 1 1 1 1 I f 1 1 tt 1 H 1 1 t 1 -1 k 1 l l i n r i i u k 1 1- t t 1 fro tt b t tl 111 1 t 11 r i t i 11 1 1 1 II .una Mil 1 1 il t 1 t i f 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 ill 1 1 ll 1 (1 1 1 I 11 1 I 1 1. 1 t 111 1 1 1 1 ill M 1 11 1 1 It 'II I 4 11 fl t 1 ]ll 1 1 I ill 1 r n "i nl i 1 I t f 1 o 0 111 fa I 1 1 nit 1 I 1 oan b Tl tf p t M St t 1 1 f M 1 f, ante tl t 1 1 t 1 lo 1 1 Up t t! at o 1 1 1 11 t! I t 11 t 1 1 I 1 f M r r i i til 01 t ftl 1 111 t t! xi t 1 1 11 r e t tl t It 11 it 1 1 f 1 r il tl iff 1 1 t 1 11 rtb Hoi tt i 1> i L. I jot f tie I 11 1! t- k e 1 1 1 Mr 1 lei 1! II lo fo tj II r 1 II Mr. Dockerv. democrat, of Jli o t! oil 1 tl f llo t t t for M 1 i t 11 r 11 loll 1 ap-1 o[ o f 1 f r 1 I loor-T re cl 1 la ro 1 1 tl t tl fco r t 1 t 1! ot b 0] t tl 1 bl 0 1 11 In 11 I c lelal i te l-Ul to M Ytk j bl f Pe I t T at h 11 n tine lo sold in anv trovernmont build P d 94 to 71. Mr. f U o na t e 11 t lo oil all fo ei it t If! 1 opt, t i 11 p itive session, has adopted resoh tious reported to the senate i. M r 1 t o o c t! of 1 'tteb'.i nf le 1 lei St 1 I e for le t tt n t r if B ta f 1 1 o el I) 1 Ne I I el I Hit ter eat fr a M t N [nil nl i I I e He! HI 11 1 X l 1 ot U 1 fro tl e 1 IS rr at Lri cq I 11 1 fore t, e claiming land wore directed io ha e tl r 1 e I t 11 o e Ueb te 1 el tUt 1 1 11 f oil 1 1 1 je I 1 f r Lr 11 cl VB o 1 1 the land sold as public P I rt Y co re i o e b t tl 1 t 1 t t C re t Brt cl I t 1 I t B It M t r f 1 f el ttr nt! ct l Tlec o t f e r I t lot 1 l! t 1 11 e 111 b t e t 1 t I tic- t e f e 1 1 t 1 etl I 1 il 1 I 1 1 nei b I t L tl le oi tl 1 r 1 e t 1 tl i tl t tl I t 1 f 111 If-11 1 1 lo 1 t 1 n t 1 1 ft! 1 r 1 tern ic t f P i te tl 1 e tl e t tl 1 t t! r i r[ lr Mo 11 t 1 t 1 tl ena I 11 t the It H e tie te 1 1 1 1 ii, I rn ftl c t o t E e T 1 t to 1 t tc t e tl t 11 It! i t t 1 1 t [1 I o lall e t.r 1 1 tl r 1 M 1 11 1 1 1 1 II fc 1 c fo c II U o 11 Mr t 1 B oftl 1 11 L 1 It t tl M Cn k 11 1 1 f 1 offr e ru i nt i ii i I ro 1 1 1 1 tl lit iro 1 r tl [o t of tl t t fait 1 1 Iron If 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 It ll k 1 1 tf e o 1 H U ii M Morg fc! rr 1 t tl r, to tt 1 1 f tl b f II bu c ftl 1 n c f o I! j H I 1 H 1 j p 1 b tl d i n 1 of the debate U FOB U tti M i j i 1 I U f I 1 f 11 1 f ii 111 1 1 1 h 111 1 1 1 f HI! 1 I r 11 i I 1 111 I 1 L l 1 1 I 1 III f 1 1 f tl f l r 11 t f i i n i t III 11 If 1 f I 1 1 k r r P U III 1 r 1 1 I 1 t tl 1 ill lib 1 H I It 1 I l 'I r b U 1 nbof 1 t 1 tl H b tt tl e list r t [1 ft! b 11 ih f 1 I t II 1 th i r U trolu t r llr 13 I 1 1 1 C A 11 r tl i e 1 t ftli 1 t 11 1 b C t b n 1 I i a) 11 I n t tu n i 1 II t! D t I 1 dr 1 A I 1 1 H i 1 j II: 1 t 1 jj 11 1 1 II M f 1 H i 1 I 1 1 1 I 1 k 1 d 1 11 1 I 'I 11 If 1 I j tt 1 1 ill 1 tt D I 1 1 L t I'ulv 11 k 1 r t t N 1 1 1 1 M i_ I 1 Lit H Ll 1 n 1 1 It 1 u 11 i r i i f i i 1 1 b llf e tt i H fill ,0 til 1! il lib ol il A 1 1 lit I lit b r po 1 J t H rr 1 1 1 r 1 i 11 i t 1 i! It i 1 ri I It 11 1 1! 1 f[ 1 f tl t t lit! f 1 k b 1 t 11- in 1 U M 1 11, 1 1 11 III ry 1 a 1 1 f i ull 11 1 1 1 1 I f t II t 1 t 1 1 o fr 11 t ftl bf f I Us a I.- n t u rl) ,1 1! M 1 f fitt j, f o r tl ru May tl ul ru I n 1 1 j nj. ir fn 1 44 1 fll at 1 t "ill 1 11 i 1 i 1 i f 1 fc r d tbi- k 1 1 1 1 cl 1 i 1 f 1 thi 1 1 i 11 It 1 i I 11 1 r I f 1 1 in I I rck 1 L. 1 1 f 110 1111 1 If 1 1 f u I k 11 1 jorl i f 1 1 1! 1 1 npol t U 1 1! t 1 1 1 H f r Ilk 1 1 c t Ib 1 I i I, H.fiollil -V i 11 Cl utlT I fa a I 1 e 1 ut 1 ill! Lo He h 1 u 1 1 1 i nit e e 1 1 1 1 1 lie) w If U r I 11 coll it k all fra t all) br k 1 1 t 1! ui fll e 11 d to be due fo the fact Hint tli P r t t 1 P Bell 1 1 lib 1 p an 1 i j 1 it. 1 1 fe e tlr 1 freight tho right of way. 1 tlo ai 1 lol! r j 1 to the i i f f i ii 1 rt l i 1 t r 1 t i 1 f 11 Ib lit 1 1 f r 1 M rl f 1 1 MM It I t! Ill 1 t 1 1 lo 1 r f f 11 I! 1 1 rt f r t It t jla I 1 f tl i 1 1 II II Ib i 1 Ih 111 t i i! n ft t tl 1 i 1 11 t L 1 k 1 1 e f 1 er) 1 j, 11 r It The next man sean by th.' ol I t o j a i r i e fir r ttasl .1 I IT 1 i Jl fll tru 11 O..L t f I if r 11 1 tl er h b 11 h o 1 r a 1-L.f 1 l til ft r t t i r "Bl T e" I t 1 t 1 iglv wet and 1 I t Ui, ,1 v b f r itll tho 20th of I n 11 t 11 1 1 rt r p 11 1 lo etl I cl 1 1 e at 1 I C f II 1 II It 1 ia t e r e 1 a k M 1 t i k r i i It 1 I 1 i t r i i d i A ill nil 1 1 toor H 1 th 1 1 1 II 1 tr 1 lib! ul nnt I I 1 1 b t IU1 rr cb ke o i! c leb of t In el P 1 K pull ft 1 h it can really bo understood in j, 1 11 1 t It Mo, I i rt o 1 iblc-d heap of U 1 11 I 1 f 1 11 tl 1 0 I 1 1 1 11 I r Ik It to h t 1 tl e oka E 1 t It Ue t 1 1 a 1 M 1 I k 1 11 1 e 1 lo ni i ti n i hi h nl b 11 i, I I 1 1 nl tl 1 11 f t il I 1 loll r 11 t fr n the tl 1 11 tl 1 ol I I 1 1 1 b t 1 1 11 o e ehed. Here the l.ml o 1 1 -u, 1 Ir el 11 1 1 r T 1 I tl t o 1 1 k bo Ic 1 1 t 1 r t! P tl 1 1 e i 11 to tl let rot I 1 L, op 1 t fo r inhabitants. H is in if, eiter of a thickly settled agiiculti t 1 It lift o t p nn P t ut! K f r 1 A m 1 all I be ert to h i 1 1 tl re e n fift al nl 1 o let teoilel t! ro f 11 orkof fc, ale re! tl e lea 1 o p 1 1 I dds to the- Ii The full extent of t h 1 n at, ;ht bv the tornado hist iiisht as Ue i tl em i fc 1 Ii Ul t neto 1 i I 1 u d 1 II wf cal ij tt k nlr st et IP f 1 of tl e t t 1 otl e H t h la t i bl t ol I t t Ho L of H elb 1 tta.1 a e finest thoroughfare Hits city, L rep t from one eijri to tho othe tl 1 t 1 ne Ho k lie t 1 1 le ch rcl I hool buildings re or I t tor I I ntlel Tl ev p i roffce ttierly ruined and ih 1 U e lie PI llj 1 1 rectl 1 1 1 lo Ir c M nif r rtl r r i v u to havo been crushed to the rth as if some mighty force had bf e ponded from above doivnuanl Th all Her 11 lei 1 t! e ft te 1 1 ot I e t e e to tl tor 1 t k the e L e t tl lo r t jo let f, tc rt 11 e t 1 t the dead, for everythi 0 f til 1 1 U t jorted .is dead, th t 1 tl r n e 1 n for e 1 e There lire twelve dead 1 1 1 fl r t i t of tl but tho repo 1 t tj k t le to H i 1 ta ee tho o o vo taken from th r u r 1 r 1 tl t I a! o t 11 jo Ue a t fj ti u cxcej t tl 11 111 il 1 k 1 Q tl U ojl 1 1 ec Iner tl i! ej t there uro over 151) persons b; ll" r 1 I tie 1 tl 1 t 11 u H 11 r cl il t tl c le er t f o 11 p ml l r 1 i o j U] rob 11 ell t ft) l-ro itle r kel it 1 e lo t 11 1 tl t it t] r t stor tl at 1 aa er t 1 K 1 lr 1 1 lij o e to be counted 1 from tho force of tho tornado and ll fully 100 are ojkeU. il 10 o'clock tho following ad have been identified: Mrs. W 1 11 1 IT k I C i 1 H t leo rl M oi orM H rt LI 1 M n rrc cl 1 el M M jl i 1 11 1 Itolg a) It- cr 11 D k r Currio Mitchell, E. J. For i e, all seriously. The tornado did lo damage till it reached th r the town. The Lutheran ch rcl f nt 1 1 f r t f r a 1 t tl e 1 e b ter a 1 1 o o ol the wreckage of !h eri el tov 1 do tl 1 II 1 1 1 11 1 r i t i r fleet) 1- ti 1 Her fl k s r i r c t if JT 1 r t I) lr er 1 e 1 II fc, r h of 1 11 t j 1 rrll 11 t 1 t t I i j t 1 11 o 1 t an f I If oj 1 I ol 1 1 tl t 111 l-o t e to n 11 t It! n t tM 1 M P 1 i f 11 a J 1 c f r re-el t fl t il njlto Me 1 1 lo t n III t 1 tl o a. f tl e ition." As if to accent what, b Ul ]re 1 nt re, t 1 I i k 11 o to t M n i 1 t> 11 -It k t n c o of the fact that 1 h e be t If t 11 j, j f 1 a d others for iheir support. 1 t I 1 bee 1 1 ed to do 4, and niv fee to the people, and whatever the 11 bo ft t M [1 M 1 1" I have not, neither BE )t! or tell t 1 Id too I 1 to i 1 1 L f r II I 1 nt- of M 1 1 t 1 le Of or 1 e r 1 vu.il 1 f r 1 I tl d U tl e f r e ee 1 tl e) 11 et t 1 t tl k tl tl e r 1 t t for 1 u Jh 1 fort Wayne Dr vllh ell n 11 I a it It. 1 Iec 1 to I tl Fourth of July to populat tary drills, ballooii ascensions and Sther features of that cbanicttr. Mi Samuel Ft er 1 II e t ol I BE tt rep rife tl t o 1 1 b ojie of the greatest gab days Fort the CentUrre street railway lino n-ill 1 e tended to the Driving naik il lie i 11 I f o t o 11 1 f 11 el 1 il c t fll lib It t 1 1 f I 1 e t! e i i t "nlK 1 1 1 t 1 cla Iti 111! L !I t to 1 1 1 b e t tie 1 L r of 1 i t tl 1 1 t 1 IU e 1 c tlo le i fc 1 Mir Bl 1 U e! 1 1 I tl e f o I r I i! t M n t t e t t 1 t, 1 1 let t! I e II Tl 11 1 1 t f 1 ,1 1 tl t 1 Ol 1 r I o M 11 1 1 t et to e 111 If 1 Or t 1 1 II) 1 It 1 t 1 t M 111 11 r A. r lu rablj al ,1 I r cs oftl k b loud 1 1 r nl t tl he rib) tl 1 c ro d of people gathered around i I ul ill e a loj tribute to the dead heroes, full of pal-ts i 1 flets bur It ut t Ibe Ul U 1 le 1 th beautiful cemetery io do honor to tl o. 1 II oe 1 nile T f tl 11! 1 1 fo i t 1 f 5 of II tl F to poke of tl 1 k la) ofo rl t 1 B It 11 is L j H e 1 Her er tj Cl lei 1 vt cltle 1 le 1 e f r t! e fro t 1 1 j K nD t 1 J t 11 1 1 r tl e t 1 r 11) lal tl 1 f rj o tl 1 1 rn entor our union p e te I Itlefl or r t If r e but this result [1 by a great loss of life Ho e Ul 1 o 1 n) 1 en ere leli 1) R o tl r battlefields and in our cemeter e The war of tlie rebellion cost the ton tie I e or fir lite 11 fo r t a f 1 1 TO B j, 1 t I ol t U tie -II e 1- Ik 1 b tile P la 1 I of 1 r ed 01 S e 1 r 1 nt H k II 1 e u I 1 t! e H 1 1 f 1 nil! a e to 1 i al f c se ot tatci the records. The number killed at I r tl I til f tt b I k lot- I in o 11 t t r 1 11 t] 1 o r rhich tho United e 1 It ib o 1 t 1 v r 1 t t 1 I I) tt! 1 k llo f 1 r e i r o i i it f r fre to If i I T tortl e IT tlo g t 1 t tlebr er 1 tl e f tl 1 1 1 1 fc t I tl 11 I 1 f fel t f r tho honors that the American peopl 1 tl a 1 t! 1 1 v t 1 ot tie t H p k f t 1- t f 1 lo f r fcflo 1" 1 r of our soldier dead, ni d that us lone jia freedom lives the Ir 111 1 II n 1 11 f t J 11 Ilk 1 r orj nl tl 1 rr f D i y 1 1 or tl n l tl r being done todi 11 tl t t tl t V 1 et is tl n f 1- 1 e r Iti x re I 1 t! tl e f e 1) il 1 c rt t It! r r t 1 b 1 11 graves of the soldiers in Ihe ti r e ter ofth t) 1 roi r t 1 ie k 1 11 r 1 11 tl ofile i) ,r 1 1 t r t t 1 c el 1 n 1 ft -it 11 MILO c r [le 1 r t 11 tl r etl t r lot! lelo 1 n tl taller) is 1 il r nMr j, fc I 1 r tie 1 D N 1 t ri 111 t 11 "'I ,11 I V I f o M t 1 I e Is V 1 r 1 tl on 1 111 1 1 a 1 11 1 i 1 f 11 t U 1 I i- T r ftl 1 I 1 el I 1 I'M 11, I N M tl II 111 11 1 1 1 1 tl i f 1 r 1 1 1 11 ,1 1 1 1 11 1 t I r t 1 1 11 f 1 t tl 1 1111 1 1 II It! 1 1 1 1 f 1 1 1 1 [1 1 tlr I 1 1 t fl 1! I c tl li r 11 'd rll f r 1 rt 1 I 1 f H r I 1 1 1 1 It t i i r i r i rt[ 1 i-l f 11 H 1 r i i ii r ni i i tl 1 t f 1 t i ill th l 1 I of Lu, 1 It 1 rtr 11 1 elt t tl p t! 1 i! r tl 1 r 1 1 t t t tl 1 r Itlei t ot 1 If] lot I f 11 ll tl i I t a 1 1 1 L, 1 11 II 1 ir I f tl 1 1 f 11 1 1 ler o J   ue n a er the institute, called the meetins to ler 1 Iref fee I late 1 the ect of the meeting, and spoke, of the etsuo f free fc f i 111 r p r n e Ihe et 0 orc -L 1 tho electio ot flic e ed. Dr. Carl Froc 1 r ib ecte pre 1 ni lu o t k tlo 1 E gave a brief sketch of th ork fe oftl !l II In t e elf 1 t 1 po t H leclPl co e it; Eugene B. Co e r tar d Henry D. Miller, treasurer. Th tie o co t t t on 1 b ia 11 tel fl! Dr (_ 1 fc] II j F ler 11 1 11 I1. Hun toon and Will H or Ih n tt i H 1 n B tl r J o ej.1 1 1 e D 1 B t of 11 n t t te i 1 po 111 bort lr t tl b f II eel f llo el 1) D fl nl r of t 1 otl or 11 et) 11 ct t tl c 1 1 t o c 1 i fo I I o r I e np tl p f e tl e tt 1 f rl) 1 tr this city, all are olif-ible t e 1 r 1 tl o 1 n lr 1 I L, u 1 tl t t! for t t t 1 t II t lei i 1 tl t 1 rr t If ler 1 rill III 111 lo 1 r JU o 1 M 1 1 1 eei t 1 1 1 I It r M lol 11 t et 1 c 1 I 1 1 Me 1 1 I I 1 I d of late had f H o 1 V M e 1 c L I 1 1 1 M I iv f o loi t i) I e er I D 1 ler 1 ii 111 M j t 1 11 11 r r 1 t 1 II 1! c e-I r Irl M P 1! 1 1 11 I 1 of 11 1 U f 1) 1 I it l 1 w f 1 r 1 1 1 o ll e II 1 1 1 tt 1 f HI 1 f 1 I II u 11 It! D ISP! I II I II tl 11 1 ol tr I N 1 t f 1 1 tt t fei to i i i ij r 111 1 1 1 11 1 1 11 11 tl I c tl 1 I I k 1 e kit 1 tl t 1 ttrt 1 1 t 1 11 1 t 1 11 In k i 1 1 1 fc[ 1 t tl t 1 1 f o 1 r 1 1 fir rl r I I I If 1 k 1 U rtle 1 I 1 t 1 M N 1 the 1 f Fl 1 1 1 Ul It t 1 v L i Ik I 111 a r t fil tj f tl i tl tj f r 1! t of o e r 11 L i i I tl 1 1 t of Mr 1 tl k il 11 k 1 tl 11, 111 n 1 1 I 11 L 1 t k 11 i, ft e r V i 1 I 11 o rl b 1 11 r I It 1 Ir k cl 1 1 of r 1 k i Ik r I I 1 1 111 k fit II I t 11 1 f 1 1 I I t !t ktl 1 o B h ii Or i io-r k t et 1 tor, It k 1 H 11 1 I i 1 tt 111! 1 t le 1 1 1 f In 1 kl Ik 1 t 11 1 A fe k li fr I 1 M kl 1 I 1 1 1 t 1 I 1 I 1 1 1 f 1 fl tl 1 1 i n 1 i Ut 1 1 111 Mr i kl k 1 t 1 fll k f 1 1 tt j r H 1 1 1 M t 1 1 111 if K.iri W 1 1 il Th l r 1 1 1 M i v k I 1 fH f k f r y 1 11 l Hi Word I t M 1 III III f L 1 i k f i r f 1 1 1 M 1 1 1 f 1 h 11 1 1 I 1 llf 1 1 rj M 1 M I M I MATHIEHS III Prol iblllo 4 on eat] t tie t e ia r ente 1 1 t Oll n tie jrel ok t til to thp t te lie P [1 i t) v! 1 b fc 1 11 toll fc tier b look f r hb e n r mb r I tile et Matthews, the 11 t t! ,roi e f 1 r b 1 eand 1 1 be rou 1 e the conferences of to-t t tl c rt t olthepo t o f the national democracy on tho fiih e estion and the possibility that, (he bn> n 1 tl i 1 e il -i o t old ot ndorse, had compelled tie h lo tie te 11 lo c r red Mr. Mnlthcws. of the fcindlie t t r ia 1 e to PO e fi Mil te 1 1 1 I r largely by the influence of la But for the possible diili en the silver question there would bt o h t c o 1 Ihe 1 trctue t Kt If el) t p 1 1 1 tl ttee r lee e I for t! e eo t oj er r e abors of the state ocntnl itteo from each district were ap the chairman of tho Twclft t t be G OD iu f 1 J I r M 11 c I I 1 b n t je-terl t i f te tickat in the field, ni i rcl platform adopted declares for pr L t o fo t t o t ol f 1 o 1 i I 1 r jl f r u If e h 1 o n rl i f r ore 1 it-ration and naturalization h b po t 1 B 1 k f r i 1 b f fc H n a 1 lo k pel d for service pensions. Its financial ik declares, "that the gen r 1 nt, without the intervention of iks, should issue tho ciiculati 0 u r ti e i i r ti t of tl 1 bi of I! c n er i 1 iv 11 IP t t o debtor us well as lo tho creditor 1 rcul t 1 i loco t of Bol I I 1 1 tl t I St te t r te e cl 1 Oal t ulerf r 11 bt bl a 1 ite. and not to bo tusabl 1 Jtaio licket nominated is as fbl-erno Aaron Worth f I t let 1 y, P n r U L 1 f SI 11 cr t rj ol t to e M L r ck oft b o 1 tor k 1 evirt flir Iret, er H Moore, of Beiiton; alto D n 1 S D Ib n ofM t r p rt roftlo e co rt aim W. Bair. of E. A. Devore, of Sullivan; state t t M t SI 1 of M r o idge from the, Third dish t 1 t T) f M ro an 11 t Iihn Baker, .lohn B r I 1 B 1 e t t to tie t In t 1 I 1 PI pf II 1 If] t t e 1 n f 1 f t P I I 1 I le D h. 1 t r 1 I ro ell f r t d Chfis. Eckc rt. ol" DeKull t r ill 1 to f o tl If 1 1 IMP r. f THE BAKIIFK S Win. VT rhnnl A. F. IHcli, f., Kl t nl DEL.MMS, Ohio, lo o time there has been quiet Ulk the ill) cone led t I t f 1 T Irck n ne r If e f g f r Mr eiiore tl o 1 1 o o ng fe of Peter Pen o i i e- terd tl e -cltA o b t ivso resulted in an elopfment. 11 tlo Ir k as 5 o from thu Demoss home, but that be thought of it. Later t v that at the matutinal meeting th arm De e ts e u id fo tl e k 1 rtiire. Irick ami Mrs. De o Intl t loPtt birc Io t aj a 1 Cl go ot lit got on the possonjier train due here at 1 1 b t 1 ft e t Not until Deuiosa went to snpi did he discover thul his tvifu had iloi ihe had left a note to that etlic though Demois has tho conte t oe 1 d from the publ c 1 1 o fa til 1 hi 1 I ck J lo beo pro e t i e f F lj I 1 i t 1 1 i r L 1 ct 1 r i i b s H nit has 1 b j 1 b r t r t e T rk L 1 u i T ot le 1 1 Ho 1 o e 00 t f II rs t! 1 1 c co I 11 1 i r aliro[ t 11 ok II 1 a o t M> llur 1 j I g t 1 f lo Iwd y j, I re 1 t 1 t 1 BQM imd tl jisi t 1 Ll jtt rl lr fc t, le. le 1 1 nl o u ife, a daughter and son, both Mrs. Demoss. befbr 1 r la 11 n f tie tov aidi i al [e ran e fa fro 1 0 ttr t e i iHl U f I I ul tl tivenly-rour years of age. Ii 1 D I been u all 1 al The former, being the owner of a t, fl till tk De 1 t r 1 to 1 s 1 op 1 rt t i .-fore closinc time, knowing that 1 Demoss) would bo busy chcckin j his accounts with his employes. Iriclc would then hasten lo Demoss' h DC o w j 1 ot 1 io 1 f a d is greatly broken up over th tl w ileMrs. Irick is prostrate 1 It re oo HI at I nil i It I ft v 11 o t -i t I o h fc t 1 1 Mroicrt t 1 111 t r t TI rll tl llnuli 1 I 11 1 11 Ir 11 j M M i o r U i 1 1 I 1 r It I I t 1 t th u 1U1 t o t M rl 11 b t k 1! 1 l le k f k 1 1 1 b II M f 1 1 1 i i It 1 1 1 t I 1 H 1 l 1 II) tit 1 1 If ii t i i i t r i 1 k T k 1 lii If Ms f rre 11 tl 1 I M r f Mr II 1 Ml rl 1 tt t M t 1 i I r n 1 11 L r I Mclnivre of Kurt M M i, I U ll r r 1 I M t ll 1 1 r 1 t tl tjl It k 1 1 r I er I M lie j, l t u tl 1 M J] i f f 1 F r 1 t tl 1 t! Ir I i r t, vl r n 1 t 1 1 L, i) kf t t 1! 11 re t! t oft! t Ui t f 1 e L 1 lur 1 II 1 br 1 n tl t If 1 t tt 1 1 o t The h 1 rt M M 1 Ik f vll III 111 t h III F il 1 ol) 11 br 1 u, ttr 1 t r 1 n 1 t f 1 Ik I fl tr Hit in !r 1 1 M t! 1 Ik 0 1 f 1 t flit H 1- 1 A 11 H f rl! r tl 1 n T 1 1 1 i r 1 1 for 1 I 1 r Ol II J- 1! j tl Br t 1 t f 1 r 1 f H 1 e tn t t 1 k at tl r 1 oftUfcrx: 1 tr t 1 an 1 M o T f M le 1 1! r f 1 lj 1 M F lr 1 1 o II el ll r 1 t tl ti 11 [1 1 t 1 t k 11 11, 11 1 I H r v rr 1 N 1 It c! 1 lele nf ter He t t t t 1 oi b 1 p lor tie 11 u t f fl lone Fort Wayne, of which Col. .loll akft has control, came to this city terday to participate in th x e t tl tte lei f t il b t ented them froi B i j, o t a I i en ot t e r 1 k 11 tl ha I e I t tie k a I t to 1 nd tl 11 1 1 r 1 Ijl jel I c o n a rthy of veteran bands Ihe egrani oflico was one of t be place 1 o r il. 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