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Indianapolis Indiana Phalanx (Newspaper) - November 29, 1894, Indianapolis, Indiana 8 Indiana put a la no \ november 29 robbery of a Bank. Over $350,000 stolen by a bookkeeper and depositor. A item of defal43�tlon which has been going on far years Only discovered when the clerk failed to appear. Heavy for a new York City Bank. China s White Flag. New York nov. 26.�?it was made Pablic saturday for the first time that there had been a Deal cation of $354,000 from the shoe and leather Bank at Broadway and Chambers Street. The operators of this enormous steal were two in number. One was the Bank s bookkeeper who had been a trusted employee for 14 years. He is Samuel c. 6eely, aged 45, of 422 Halsey Street Brooklyn. The method adopted to act of Polidi the theft was explained by As Distant District attorney Davis to whom the Case had been reported As follows with the bookkeeper Samuel c. Freely is implicated a depositor in the tank. Seely would place false credits the Ledger to the depositor s account and then the latter would draw Cash j a Hecks upon the false credits. It was impossible for the Bank examiner to dis0dter from the books the irregularities expense of the War. Lit we a thing that could not be Ascer tinned except by an examination of the Deposit sups on the depositor s account. A a matter of fact there were no slips to represent these a eged deposits. For 8d years the depositor had been a re in tested customer of the Bank. Both a6i have been fugitives from Justice 4incelast monday and the police Are hot after them. The Bank officers enter Tain sanguine Hopes of bringing either one or both to Justice and recovering at least a part of the lost Money. Seely lived in a quiet but comfortable Way in his Brooklyn Home with his wife and two children to whom he was devoted. A week ago last saturday the Book Faseler had a Holiday. On monday he failed to appear and another clerk was put in his place. This was the first in ovation Given of anything wrong. His accounts were found to be mixed. The of filers were notified and made an examination and the further they dived Teto the books the worse they found them. Seely did not appear on tuesday we a search was made for him. It was sound that he bad fled. Then Bank examiner Kimball was called in and for two Days he worked at the books. Saturday he finished his examination and ii ported to the Bank officers and directors that Seely s stealing aggregated lamp a startling sum of $354,000 and extended Over a term of nine years. He reported also that a depositor had worked in collusion with the Bank Mel Oye. The Bank officers have refused to give the name of the depositor Bat it is said freely claims it was Frederick r. Baker a lawyer whose country House is at Kins Low farm Sands Point. Baker was. Found drowned on Flushing Bay saturday afternoon before the Story of the bilk robbery became known. The cause was ascribed then to Accident but it is believed now to have been a Case of suicide. The family of Baker assert that it is in outrage to associate his name with be thefts. The Bank s attorney says however that Quot the Baker who was drowned was the Man for whom the officers were so sum for peace through United state a ministers. Washington nov. 29.�?china has succumbed to the inevitable and has sued for peace. And her proposal will be presented to Japan through the United states ministers at Pekin and Tomo thus promising a termination of the War As the result in part at least of the exercise of the Good offices of the United states. It is not possible at this time to learn the terms of China s proposition As handed to minister Denby but it is probable that it provides for but two concessions a Money indemnity and a relinquishment of sovereignty Over Corea. It is improbable that the first tender will be acceptable As such overtures rarely Are but this proposition will open the Way to a counter Ofier of terms by Japan through minister Dun and the negotiations if successful and if they follow the usual course will Lead first to a truce under proper guarantee or a prelim binary agreement to cease hostilities and finally to the signature of a definite treaty of peace. Just How this proposition was brought about is not yet known. It is stated that the japanese have refused to accept �40,000,000 and that they want �30,000,000 indemnity and All the life of Indian ans. Best news of the week selected for this column. Boord of crime accidents Soto idea important assemblages and other Blat term specially interesting to Hoosier readers a insights into Home events. Indianapolis nov. 28.�?judge Hackney in ail opinion As to the constitutionality of the fee and salary Law passed in 18&1, held that it was void so far As it related to the fees of county treasurers. The decision was in a Case from Benton county in which treasurer Abram Boice had claimed certain fees and had been sustained in the claim by the lower court whose decision is affirmed. The overthrow of the Law hinged on the error in the act which omitted Sli Elby county from its provisions. Bastards at . Parkhurst dined. On thins to gain a Victory and another to utilize it. New York nov. 28.�?the second annual dinner of the City vigilance league was Given lust night. Rev. Charles h. Parkhurst was the guest of Honor. Every reformer of note together with a number of Republican Wili Ticiano we joined forces with the Reform democrats at the last election to defeat tammany were present. General Horace Porter introduced or. Parkhurst in a witty and Eulogi Stic speech. Or. Parkhurst said he could not look in the faces of such a gathering As that present and feel anxiety for the future. It was one thing however to gain a Victory and another to utilize it to advantage. He was Strong in his Faith in the members of the City i Lance league. They had stood by him when it was not considered respectable to do so. Laughter Quot of it seems funny now Quot he added Quot but it was anything but funny he gave warning that republicans would be Quot jumped on Quot if they needed it As hard As tammany was. Many speeches followed. _ novel Relief station. Attempt to blow up a mining Shaft near Brazil. Brazil ind., nov. 29.�?a dastardly attempt was made tuesday night to blow up the new no. 1 Shaft of the Brazil Block Coal company just North of the City. A number of men were at work do in the Shaft and several in the rear of the Engin room when suddenly there was a deafening report and a Sheet of flame shot from Between the boiler Walls. The occupants were thrown to the ground by the Shock but recovered in time to escape before the flames reached them. The engine House and boiler rooms were consumed but the fireproof paint protected the shafthou.=e until the fir department arrived. The flames in the Engin room Cut of the Cai e in the mine but the men employed Down there escaped by the ladder. Had the flames gotten into the Shaft House they would have been roasted like rats in a trap. _ undertaker surprised. Lottery fraud. R ii it to Smirk Awe a Ilio Conakry u. Tick to prevented. Nov. ,7.�?gaston Catena Vic -. is j Unes , was Airi i d in this City l i t in it on a charge of Foi ii Iii i it it is of t Large lottery. At Thi Iii it of his arrest to had in his Possession a Lar get Utah or of the tickets which Holiad i is a Cui de from a printing Olieo and which he Iii tended to Send out last Iii it. All of these tickets an agent of the lottery who was present when the arrest Incle declared to be spurious. Cazenavette who is said to be a Nephew of Paul Conrad the recently deceased president of the Honduras lottery made a confess Iii in which he declared that the scheme to flood the country Vith the la ius tickets originated with a sixty of new Orleans men whose names he gave. The gang had branches in several Large cities. The total number of agencies located in the country he gave As 48. No tickets had been sold the lot found on Cazenavette being the first instalment printed. For free s Brevi ties. Each Day s happenings clearly entered of record. Baker cashed the checks. Browned i it Awyer the accomplice of see Ley in Bank ii Ooton. New York nov 27.�?gilbert Sayers who says that for eight years he has cashed the checks of the accomplice of bookkeeper Seeley As they were pre rented at the shoe and lather Bank has identified the body of Frederick Baker As that of the person presenting Titek. Baker s body was found saturday floating on Flushing Bay and his Loiis protest that the assertion of the paying Teller must be incorrect As they Nad no knowledge that their father did business with the Bank in question. Baker s family had arranged for his burial tomorrow but the Coroner May 4mhise a postponement. There is a theory Lal an autopsy will reveal the presence he lk>i8on. _ whereabouts of Seeley. New Yolk nov. 27.�?the world this morning says if the word of a Well known physician can be depended upon Freeley is within 80 Miles of the City Hall and has not been much further away Faan that any time since he disappeared . The fag tire is broken in health and spirit and May have but a Lew months of life left to him. Lying non a bed in an upper Story room of be House in which he has Frimd Refuge Unis physician says Seeley spent a Good real of time yesterday Lare Parisk a statement by which he expects to Snow that be was Only a tool in the hands of others and that persons More prominent and better known than Frederick Baker his dead Confederate profited by his steal Fedga. Autopsy on baked a body. Kew Yolk not. 28.�?an autopsy on lha body of Frederick Baker causes or. One to maintain the theory of drowning. Or. Seaman says he is positive the body was not in a Normal condition when it a Keek the water. Miners pay increased. Chicago Cooks to give their services in Aid of the poor. Chicago nov. 28.�?a plan for the Relief of the poor of the City during the coming Winter has been announced by Andre Mone Darre the French Consul and m. Tanty a prominent chef formerly in the employ of the late Czar. The plan contemplates the establishment of a Central Kitchen Down town where hotel and restaurant Cooks will devote a i ortion of their spare time to preparing food for the needy. Supply stations will be located in various portions of the City and at these donations of four meats and other Staples will be received and forwarded to the Franco russian Kitchen. Many prominent merchants have promised their support to the Enterprise. _ fatal fist blow. Loans or re i Over killed for Befi Ulof to return her bins. Kansas City nov. 28.�?frank How land aged 20, struck his sister s Lover John Sellman aged 17, because the latter would not return a ring she had Given him. Howland is today in jail charged with murder Sellman having died from the blow. Howland s sister had Given Sellman a Small ring in Token of her regard for him but when sell Man s love cooled she asked for its return. He refused to give it up and miss Howland made her brother a messenger to obtain it. Sellman still refused to surrender the ring when Howland demanded it and in the altercation which followed Howland struck his opponent a blow on the jaw. Sellman died in convulsions at Midnight. Populist vote. It shows a gain in the whole country of nearly 600,000. New York nov. 26.�?the world today gives a list showing the number of votes cast by the populist party in All the states at the last general election As compared with the votes cast by the same i it arty in 1892. The paper says Quot in 1892 the populist party polled altogether 1,041,028 votes for president tween 1892 and 1894 there was no general election the returns of which can be compared with the year preceding. This year the populist vote was 1,636,000, a gain of nearly 600,000 votes in two Busy bandits. It la upon condition that they do not join n labor Union. Fms Bubo nov. 27.�?the new York and Cleveland Oas Coal company has advanced the wages of its miners at Flam and Sandy Creel i from 66 to 62 cents per ton the men signing an agreement not to join any labor organization. The increase affects about 2,000 miners. The company receives a differential rate t 6 cents and it was decided to give this of the men. Grand Dake of Trot a nine. London nov. 29.�?the times publishes the following dispatch from odes la Quot it is reported that the illness Che care Witch grand Duke Leorae Mother of the Czar has taken a Sadden in for the a a Mcboy Blu Peltot Quot dead. I imams nor. S9.�?bev. Bobert Lee to Tunis known All Orer the United Imes As a the Cowboy eran dist Quot died old tstm., last Aii Oon Somp Vert of Cook s Gana hold up and Bob a store fall of men. South my Auster i. T., nov. 29.�? three robbers heavily armed and headed by Jim French of the Cook gang at Checotah at 7 20 o clock last night held up and robbed a store full of men and after taking All the Small Cash i in sight and coolly helping themselves to blankets tobacco eto., drove away. The robbery occurred in the general a Tore of Lafayette Bros. Great floods. Twenty two persons drowned and immense loss of property. London nov. 29.�?the colonial office announces that the recent floods at Limassol Island of Cyprus destroyed two thirds of the houses of that place and drowned 22 persons. The damage done is estimated to amount to �50,000. Sentenced for use. Watt Khan nis., nov. 29.�?griswold and Lake the train robbers were sentenced to the Penitentiary for life for the murder of Patrick Owens the special detective of the Chii Uco Milwaukee and St. Paul Road last Seo Tomber. Griswold and Lake attempted to rub the Araw of a half to train and idled Owens a . Supposed dead Man for whom be i Bronco it a casket sitting up in bed. I Kokomo ind., nov. 37.�?george Robinson 10 Miles North of Here was prostrated with heart Troubl the latter part of last week and Lay 12 hours apparently lifeless. The family thinking him dead sent for an undertaker and preparations were made for the funeral. When the undertaker put in an appearance with casket and embalming appliances he was surprised to see the gup i posed Corpse sitting up in bed chatting 1 cheerily with neighbors assembled to As list in the preparations for the burial. Robinson politely informed the astonished funeral director that his services were not needed at this particular juncture and that he must look elsewhere for a Job. Robinson is up and around again. I apportionment snit dismissed. Indianapolis nov. 27.�?in a conference of republicans saturday afternoon it was decided to dismiss the suit now pending in the supreme court to test the last legislative apportionment and such action was taken by the attorneys for a. W. Wishard yesterday. The republicans have decided to reap ortion the state at the coming session of the general Assembly and therefore do not see any reason for prosecuting the suit. Recorder s fee. Indianapolis nov. 28.�?in the Case of the state sex Rel. Thomas Mckay is. John f. Krost recorder of Lake county on Appeal from the Lake circuit court concerning a fee for filing a mortgage. Judge Hackney of the supreme court decides that under the Law the fee should be but $1, instead of a $1.25, As was sought to be charged. Runaway at a funeral Winchester ind., nov. 29.�?yesterday As people were returning from the of omeral of mrs. Kemp the team drawing the Carriage containing mrs. O. W. Huston and others ran away and in attempting to jump out mrs. Huston was thrown violently to the ground and it is believed fatally injured. Made her own Barial clothes. Eckerty ind., nov. 28.�?mrs. Amelia Donan 61 years old is dead after More than 20 years an invalid during which time she was confined to her bed. She was an expert Needle woman and made every piece of her burial clothes with her own fingers. Cd cd Rette leu in its work. Valparaiso ind., nov. 28.�?miss Satalla Woodard a Young society miss of this City died yesterday from the effects of excessive cigarette smoking. She was 17 years old. Child Barned to death. Anderson ind., nov. 28.�?minnie forber aged 2, was burned to death yesterday afternoon while playing near a Gas stove. _ motes of the state. Martinsville is to have a fourth sanitarium. Charles Nelson of North Anderson was accidentally killed while Hunting. Richmond claims the Best Telephone system of any town of its size in the state. The 3-year-old child of mrs. Cora Baker of Richmond was fatally prostrated by drinking carbolic acid. Peter Marron goes to the Penitentiary for 10 years from Laporte for an attempt to murder his it life. He was also fined $500. William Brown while feeding a com Husker on the farm of Tice Livengood near Waynetown had his Arm torn off. The injury will prove fatal. Eugene Jones of Milton who left Home ostensibly to secure work is reported to have written to his family from a Point in Alabama that he will never return. Charles Zellars who failed to suicide with rope or a at Uniondale tried cutting his Throat. Physicians sewed the wound but he Tore it open. His condition is critical. The Little son of or. And mrs. Elam Harris of Marion was bitten by a mad dog two years ago. Recently hydrophobia developed and the lad is now suffering from an acute attack. Mrs. Mary Catherine dear of Logansport has brought suit against the Logansport Street railway company cd Ainuu to have received permanent i Inal injury while a pm engr caused of the car Jim Scag the decisive expression from the transmit Sis Sippi Congress. St. Louis nov. 29.�?the Tran missis Sippi Congress yesterday evening adopted by a vote of 214 to 67 the report of the majority of the resolutions committee offered by congressman Bryan on Silver coinage the report demanding Quot immediate restoration of the free and unlimited coinage of Gold and Silver at the present ratio without waiting for the Aid or consent of any other nation on governor Stannard led the opposition with a minority report for International agreement and deprecating the agitation of free Silver. This was lost 213 to 77. Other resolutions favored prompt construction of the nicaraguan canal encouragement of Trade relations with the West indies and South America Hennepin and other canals a Cable Ligating the death of Albert g. Mitchell of to Hawaii admission As states of okla j my Nhia who in�.,� for 152 oort and fell Everart Liing but fact eliminated ing a my it an to of prompt information on Many topics take a glance at the interesting paragraphs. Friday nov. 93. Western passenger association has lost the Rock Island Road. It is fast going to pieces. Clouds have made it impossible to observe further the reported eruptions of it. Ranier. Rockefeller and other Standard Oil people indicted in Texas for violation of Trust Laws express no fear of conviction. Dean Obetz for 12 years at the head of the homeopathic department in Michigan University has resigned in the interest of Harmony. United states gunboat Fessenden Captain Hodson is investigating recent molestation of american fishermen by the Canadian ram Petral. The Holmes insurance swindle is still the subject for a great Deal of newspaper speculation none of which have succeeded in solving the mysteries of the Case. Saturday not. S4. Connecticut was slightly shaken by Eart Quak amp a wild hog attempted to carry off a 14-month sold baby of mrs. Globie s near Guthrie o. University students in Odessa have been arrested for declining to vote for the Purchase of a Wreath for Czar Alexander s funeral. Steamer Georgia crashed into and Cut completely in two the Schooner Eva t. Barnes Laened with oysters near fort Monroe. Mrs. Barney Kelly and her sister hours whipped h. H. Hinebaugh a Webster City la real estate dealer for alleged slanderous talk. Accident insurance companies Are invest homa. New Mexico and other matters. Arizona and Cleveland s health. Hint tint White phase reports Are nut reliable. Washington nov. 28.�?the White House people insist that the president is much better. It will be remembered that while or. Cleveland was painful hobbling about the room some time ago this same veracious authority had him out Squirrel Hunting. The fact is the president is still badly crippled with rheumatic gout. An invalid s Couch has been sent to Woodley for his use. Its construction will enable him to sit upright Mali easy rests for his swollen feet. It is hoped that he will be Able to come to the White House before the end of the week in order to Confer with the member Quot of his Cabinet on congressional matters yesterday s regular Cabinet meeting having been omitted. Tie president and family will move in from the country for the Winter As soon As it is found possible to do so. General Fry s new work. I it ate Industrial army Leader for a new religions sect. St. Louis nov. 26.�?a new Church has been Ora Ranize in St. Louis modelled after one of the same name in los Angeles which organized two years ago by a Small band has grown to a membership of 10,000. Belief in a deity in the divinity of Chiist or in a future state is not required. The new Church proposes to concern itself As Well with the secular and moral As the spiritual interests of the people to which end it has committees on the condition and needs of the unemployed and unfortunate on the condition and management of jails police courts put or houses hospitals asylums and oth r municipal institutions and for other purposes of the Elevation of the people. The present lecturer is Lewis c. Fry late general of the Industrial army. Princess Bismarck s death. The Man of Iron quite Overes me by her demise. Vazin nov. 28.�?prince Bismarck is quite overcome by the death of his wife which occurred yesterday. Dropsy complicated with heart disease caused death. She had for years been a sufferer with bronchial trouble and gastric Catarrh and 18 months ago was found lying in a Pool of blood at the foot of her bed. These fainting attacks were frequently repeated. The Princess had been cheerful and tried to deceive the Prince As to her real condition. For a month the doctors had regarded her Case As hopeless. Pullman fire loss. Pattern shop Oon Samed by a suspected incendiary Bias. Chicago Fiovo. 28.�?the pattern shops of the Pullman Palace car company were destroyed by fire last night entailing a loss of 125,000, of which $17,000 was on the patterns and 8,000 on building. Some of Tho company s minor officials Are inclined to consider the fire As incendiary although they have discovered no tangible evidence. To Rice last week cars standing near the shop were discovered on fire without apparent cause and the Pullman people Are inclined to believe that All of the fires were incendiary. Secretary Morton s report. Quot Washington nov. 29. A Secretary Morton s report for the agricultural department is a lengthy review of affairs a Large part being devoted to current troubles with foreign governments Over the importation of american products. He favors retaliation in the matter of inspections. A Large increase in exports of hogs and beef and a decrease in wheat is reported. He shows a saving of nearly $140,000 in the weather Bureau and a reduction of the appropriation for the animal Industry Bureau. Of the total exports from this country for the fiscal year $628,000,000 farm in ducts aggregate 72.68 per cent of the whole. Poison preferred to Auger Memphis nov. 29.�?t. B. Mona on a swede and a stranger in the City committed suicide at the Fransioli hotel by taking a Large dose of sulphate of my Eine. Monson s Home is supposed to in Minneapolis. He left a note stating that he could not find employment and concluded to die instead of starve. Memphis who insured for $52,000 and fell off the train the next Day. Five Kansas City medical students Werf caught robbing a grave. Under fictitious names they paid $25 Fine each. The Maxi mum penalty is five years. Monday not. 26. Six arrests have been made in the alleged election fraud Case in Kansas City. Russian poles in Chicago met in mass meeting and scored existing conditions in the land of the Czar. Mrs. Cleveland has decided that Watt Quot picture of Quot love and life Quot shall not be Hung in the White House. Corbett on behalf of Steve o Donne has invited Hall Smith or Maher to Quot put up or shut up Quot for a match with Steve. Chicago armenians Appeal to american people for their moral support in Putter an end to the unbearable condition in tur key. The Twenty seventh anniversary of the Hance ing of t be Manchester martyrs Alli Lankin and Gould was celebrated in Dublin by 5,000 people. The government received bids for $154 -870,900 Worth of Bonds and has but $50,000.-000 to sell. The Best bid was by a new York Syndicate at 117.8898. Tuesday nov. 27. Seymour Bros., Columbus of shoe men. Failed for $30,000. The Congress transacted the routine of organization yesterday. Last night s meeting on Quot irrigation Quot was lightly attended. Police stopped a Battle Between Billy Plimmer and Charley Kelly at Coney Island in the third round the former having the Best of it. In the Hirsch Field divorce Case in Fargo the defense is showing by the millionaire so own witnesses that they were hired to Smirch the character of the woman in the Case. The marriage of Czar Nicholas and Princess Alix was celebrated with great display the wedding procession being cheered All along its course. After the ceremony the Bride and her sister appeared at tie Palace window and bowed repeatedly to the acclamations of the multitude. Wednesday not. 28. It Alabama be Slature at noon re elected senator Morgan. Warren Reece got the populist vote. Attorney general Olney is unwilling to express an opinion of judge Dallas Riding Railroad decision. A committee of Railroad men is trying to put new life in the Denim it Western passenger association. The Kendall banking company of Howard s. D., closed its doors. County and school funds Are inside. A wild eyed Rumor comes from North Alabama that Kolvites Are arming to inaugurate their Leader As governor. George Denny will today protest to the Kentucky canvassing Board against issuing a certificate of election to w. C. Owens to Congress governor Markham of California has mustered out two military companies for refusing to Advance on strikers during the Railroad str Ikui. Thursday not. T9. Oakman ala., was almost wiped out by fire. All Hope of the recovery of Fez govenor Bowie of Maryland has been abandoned. Late accounts of the capture of port Arthur say japs lost Only 40 killed and the tunese 2,000. Bernard Henshaw student at the University in Pittsburg va., died from bleeding at the nose. Officers of the Fidelity building association Pittsburg have been held under Bonds for recent alleged crookedness. I or. Robert la Temethy the founder of Rutherford Coll and one of the Best Bown educators in the South is dead. John Penseyres aided by a Strong wind Rode an unpacked mile on a bicycle in Buffalo in 1 53 2-5, reducing Johnson s figure Charles nox who had abducted his two children from school in new Orleans after separating from his wife was arrested in Dallas Tex. Port Arthur taken. Japanese again lot Orlowa after hours of lighting. Cheb fog nov. 24.�?dispatehes have been received Here stating that the japanese captured port Arthur on wednesday last after 18 hours fighting. Failed to Inlet Tanner. Pm Coo nov. 29.�?the grand jury has returned Quot no Bill Quot in the Case of John r. Tanner chairman of the re publican state Central committee who was charged with criminal libel by mayor Hopkins. Civil suit in which the mayor demands $60,000 Damamis a Toi pending. Or. George a Tuley Benjamin Missouri. Good advice quickly followed cured of rheumatism by Hood s Sarsaparilla. "0. L Hood amp co., Lowell mass Quot i was taken Down with rheumatism Over a year a go. I was sick for Over six Moatts. Often i would have such pains that i to Tai hardly endure Vliem. A Friend came to a Aai and Alsed me to try Hood s Sarsaparilla. I Tosi him at his word and got a bottle of it Sod Sias bags taken eight bottles of it. It has cured me Mien Tbs doctors could do me no Good Taa a to a. After being benefited so much from this Bodic lne i describe Hood s a Arsa Parillo As a wonderful Medicine. I also advise every pm who is troubled with rheumatism not to be it to hoots cures out Hood s Sarsaparilla. I am s Farmer sad the Medicine has Given me much Energy so a Tren to perform my Goa of w. Tuut Benjamin Missouri Hood s pills made and pm Fri la proportion and appearance. 2se. A Box. The to bomb it a inf Tui Index of character. 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