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Sheboygan Times, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1897, Sheboygan, Wisconsin Sheboygan Times Published Every Saturday THE TUUC8 FUBLISHIN G CO PublUhen. SHEBOYGAN, WIS, JULY 10. 1897. VOLUME XUV, WIFE'S ALLEGED CRIME. Arrest of Mrs. August Baumgartner at Pansaukee on a Terrible Charge. Grceu Bay, Wis., July [Special.] Mrs, Augusta Baumgartner of Peusau- kee was arrested yesterday afteruoou by Sheriff Quirts of Ocouto county on a charge of murdering her husband, Mi- chael Baumgartner, on June 7, 1895, aud was brought before Justice J. F. Jones in Ocoritp, who adjourned the hearing next. Suspicion has been cast upon the au ever since the murder tools placed her stories regarding the attempted robbery the night the murder took place beiug somewhat contradictory. The local offi- cers have been quietly working on the case for some time and sufficient evi- dence to warrant the arrest of Mrs. Bauwigar.tner- has at hand for sev- eral days. Unknown to the sheriff, a detective, William Eisbold, has been working on the case for some time and yesterday swore to the complaint. District Attor- ney Trtidell stated last evening that he had a strong case against the woman. The prisoner was married about a year ago to a man named Carney. KILLED HIMSELF AT ST. LOUIS. Walter llatngforA Pilling, Who teftl'ort- aga Spring. Portage, Wis., July remains of Waiter Bamsford Pilling will soon be exhmaed from potter's field at St. Louis. Mo., and reburied in a lot, probably in St. Mark's cemetery. Pilling was the sou of a wealthy Englishman wiip resides at Preston, England. He ran out of mouoy 'here and about three weeks it was buried by the city. Afterward among the man's effects were found let- ters which i-evealed Pillins'a identity. City Undertaker Schawackcr notified At- torney Daniel Qrady of -this city, through whom Pilling had at one time drawn on his father for WOO, and that gentleman conveyed to Filling's parents the facts of the young man's suicide. They are Tory wealthy, report goes, and they will see that the body receives a decent burial. Scha.waeker is now waiting1 instructions from the sui- cide's father as to the final disposition of the remains. Pilling had been in this country several years. In last March he was accused of a theft at this place, and locked up. His father settled the trouble for Then Pilling went to St. Louis. He could get no more money from his father, and killed himself. DESTRUCTIVE LITTLE WORM. WJiaat Fields Around Augusta. Ocouto, Wis., July Fanners are discouraged at the outlook for spring and winter wheat. The re- cent hot weather has started the red pest and the weave! is reported to be causing havoc. This is a little worm which at- tacks the first joint of the plant and saps the nutriment therefrom. BILL A TOTAL LOSS. put in later on. The franchise calls for the plant to 1. COMPLY WITH THE LAW. Railroad Decides to Reduce Its Fares to 3 Cents Per Madison, Wis., July The attorney-general this morning re- ceived a letter from Solicitor Bright of the "Soo" road; which indicates that the company has concluded to comply with the .law passed by the Legislature last winter requiring it to'reduce its fares to 3 cents per mile. About a month ago 'the attorney-gen- eral notified the company that he would have to begin action to compel compli- ance with this law. A conference was arranged, at which the representatives of stated that very se-, rious' doubts as to the validitv of the law, and felt inclined to test it in the courts; a method of preceedure to bring a spndy test was arranged, but finally the company asked for further time to con.- sider the matter, and it is evident that it has now been concluded that as a matter of policy it would be the part of wis- dom to comply with the law instead of opposing it. The telegram from Mr. Bright this morning merely states there will be no litigation, and that a letter will follow. JUST HELPED HIMSELF. Robber Kntors the Koaldence of W. F. Cnrpentnr at Fond (In Lac. Fond du Lac, Wis., July residence of N. F. Carpenter WIIH entered this morning at 9 o'clock by a lone robber and n gold watch aud two valuable gold chains were stolon. The man walked in the front door while Mrs. ia 'the biiseuii-nt' 'and helped himself. Ean Claire, Wis., July While Judge Teall and family watching the circus parade today thieves got in the back door of the residence and stole diamonds valued at about TWO PERSONS SHOT. u C. A. Hawn Sons' Plant at Olivet Da- by Fire. Spring Valley, Wis., July large sawmill of C. A. Hawn Sons at Olivet burned last night. A fire engine .came five Miles from Rockelm in time to save the lumber. The cause of the fire is unknown. There was jio in- surance. Deaf Mutes Married. Delavan, Wis., July George C. Myers .and Miss Mary Hagerty were married today by Rev. S. A. Olin. pastor M. E. church. Both bride and groom are graduates of the Wisconsin School for Deaf. They will reside at Weyauwega. ____________ Light, for Augusta. August Wis., July L. Bull, who was granted the fifteen-year franchise by the oity council to furnish the city with -electric lights and water- works, has his power-house completed and is pushing the work of wiring the streets. The plant will be in operation in ;i few days. The waterworks will be Serious Ilonult of an Altercation Farm Near Antigo. Antigo, Wis.. July ing an altercation at the home of Wil- liam Murphy at Ourbrook, this city, his mother and her brother were shot and badly wounded.' No arrest has yet been made.__________________ Wisconsin reunions OrautntS. Van Order. Hull; Henry Wail, National Military Home. Additional- David Thomas, Jr., Springwater; Theobald Stelnbory, National Home; John Arft, Veter- ans' Home. Restoration aud pur Long Browntown. Mark W. Pa well, Mineral Point; .lames Cor- Gumberhiml. Reissue., and Nicholas T. Loomis, '-Now' Klcli'iiibud: H. McMillan, Buckeye; Sophia Lennert, Kowaunee; Klniira Louur, Brown- town. Henry, Waukcsba; John Hartzung, St. Lawrence. Additional A. Converse, William J. Classon, Oconto. Howo, Wisconsin Veterans' home; Louis Barrett, D. Burdlck, Milton. M. Whit- man. Ontralin. Brlckuer, Shehoygau; Richard Wlggenton, Wuukesha; John Rea- gan, Foiul du Lac; Seymour J. Hanes, Wildwood; Henry Ogden, Fort Atkinson; Homer K. Nichols, OahkoHli; Emory J. Brown, Milwaukee; Daniel Schultz, Mani- towoe; Julius Kadke, Milwaukee-. Addi- Welssmuehlor, Monroe: Jauies It. Perrigo, South Wayne. Increased Gnrthwaite. Friendship. Henry Spaldliifi, Kan Claire. gusta Wittlg, Killmorc; Frances M. Sher- .niau, New, Oph- (cosh C'hristiaua. Louise M. 'Biiefcliighaui, 'Fort At- kinson. H. Muriey, Shullsburg; John J. Wilson, Augusta. erick P. Sipser, Wayauwega; William A. Morgan, Reedsburg. Restoration and rei.s- Loss, dead, Milwaukee. ID- Clark, West Depere; Charles P. Robinson, Mauston. Maria E. Phalen, Keshena; Ella Loss. Mil- waukee: Almira Uuli.s, Oinro; Mary K. Thayer, Barauoo; Fanuie E. Wait, Defavan. Independent Military Company. Kenosha, Wia., July Ati independeiit military company with fifty- six charater members was organized hero thi.s week. The ofiicors Cnptain, J. K. Balcoin; first lieiiteiiiiiit. J. E. lii'iitfiiHUir, K. C. SAM IN New York Firs Company Called Out to Rescue a Workman Who was In Peril. New York, Jul.r A guag of firemen were engaged yesterday forenoon in a struggle to save a workman engulfed by quicksand iu Henry street where excavations for a new building have been in progress for several Rev. Father Spellinau of St. James church', was on himd prepared to give the maii extreme unction if it became im- possible 'to wave him. No more is 'knovri; about the man than that his name is Jones and that he lives iu Brooklvn. He was at work twelve feet down in the excavation, which is twelve feet square and lined with plunks. Without warning the planking gave and the quioksand of the. street poured in on him. Before he could give the alarm lie was engulfed to the waist. His cries brought two plumbers to his aid and while one hold him by hands, the other rushed for assistance. Word was sent to a Fire truck house for help. Twelve men wore dot-tiled and they hurried to the spot with shovels aad begun digging the sand out. Their efforts appeared to be of no avail, n.s flic sand entered almost as fast as it coutd be shoveled. The lightest .slacking of the tremendous labor of digging and the mind would have gained the mastery. Jones was released from h'is perilous position at o'clock-. He WIIH Im- prisoned throe hours. On being extricat- ed Jones snid he felt all right and that at no time during his confinement did he lose confidence that he would be saved. .HABRIBT COLE, PLAINTIFF, A Pretty Wisconsin Girl Figures In a Braaoh of Promise Case in Chicago. Chicago, III., July riet M. Cole came to Chicago six months ago from her country home near Hacinc. Today she figures aa the plaintiff in a breach of promise ca.se in which asks for from George Taylor. The plaintiff is 21 years, a iironoimced blonde and 'haniinouie. The defeiKlant is 28, dark, tall and also handsome. Ife is a son of the proprietor of tlic Hotel Niculett and the llotol iticardo at Clark .street, and acts as a clerk in his father's hotel. Miss Colo met Taylor soon after she came to Chicago. Him was then engaged as a nurse. Shortly after the j acquaintance began young Taylor pro- posed and was accepted by her. Ho ap- peared to be very much in love wit'll her aud the marriage was set. for an early day. A'bout a month ago ho utn.'xpectod- ly. began to grow cool in his attentions to Miss.Cole and then.abruptly without any explanation. oiit. The train-wait rapidly approaching, and in a few rnimitea more would have plunged through the trestle into the deep ravine below, Broadhiirst hurriedly flugjted tho train, which wan brought to a stop H fw feet from the tnwtfe. The train then backed to Cottonwood, where the KmleKrorera celebrated tluHr deliverance with hymns and KAK OFF A BBIDBE. Electric Drops Into tha Near Bay City, Mlch.-Pour Are Drowned. Bay City, Mich., July An tutor- urban electric cur, bound for Saginaw from this city, crushed through tho open draw of the high iron bridge two niik-s south of thin city at 11 o'clock todny und soveii iwsaonsersi wow? carried down into the river. A woman and three cliildrcn from thw city wore drowned. Tlu> three- other were men. The lutti-r were ously injured, but will ivcovt'r. The river wan dragged for the Ixxiiesi of the drowncil aud later that of Hie woman was (Hilled out with a pilw pole. The ear WIIM in charge nf Motormitn Her- )ert Kiley and Conductor JIIIIKM O'Etrion, wt'h of whom escaped with .'dight in- uries by .jumping. The three male pas- eugers jumped, but nil -were injured. )ne of the hitter wan K. M. (SerUlin, sLstiiut genera] freight, agent of Michigan Central. Lie wiu swing, T. P, Klnnip, a man from Jeneva, was so badly injured tliul lannot recover, and he was brought III'H city and taken to St. Inw- of the woman who Mtvi. William MeClr-lluiu! DS, PHILLER ROBBED. of Waukeaha Man the Victim Strong-Arm Woman In Chicago. Chicago. III., July Dr. Hugo Phiiler, a prominent phyisidan of Waukesha. Win., was robbed of moiu-v and valuables aggrcKuting on Clark street last night. Dr. Phillor had been visiting with his daughter, who lives on Fifty-ninth street, and was on his win- to the Union depot. Ho is advanced iii years and physically infirm and fell easy victim, to a strong-arm woman, who relieved him of a watch valued at. a.diamond ring worth, Philler says, a wallet containing over in bills and a ticket over the Chicago, Milwaukw St. Paul railroad. Phillor reported his IOSH at the Harrison street station. arrest has been made. FLAGGED JUST IN TIME. ChrUtinn Kndearorer.i a Narrow Redding, Cal., July Tim Chrwtian Endeavor excursion train from Oregon had a narrow esfrapn from a frightful wreck ycstenlay afternoon two 'miles from flluu-ies Eiroiidhnrst, a f.-w mimitfs he- ti'l'.' fiasSMil, tw-nty fc-et long hii'J The name Irowned wai, f Bny MILWAUKEE BOY DROWNED Mouhler Uoaos His Llffj Wliflo In Bathing at Sioux City, la. Sioux City, la.. July Oph Mosfhier, buyer at tin: Sioux City stockyards for the Plunkinton. Packing eompnny of Milwaukee, drowned in the big Hioti.v nipids lust, evening off tlie flout. of: the Itiver.side Hont club. I'Yiernh sun- posed lie wna diving lie Hank iiiid niiide no effort to ussiMt. .Ijlin for some time. Mo.shier was alxnit 2U years old and came from Milwaukee nix weeks agi> ;uid Kpwit the Fourth with friend.s there, Mr. Mo.shier WIIH
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