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22 Apr 1896

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22 Apr 1896

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Weekly Fort Wayne Sentinel (Newspaper) - April 22, 1896, Fort Wayne, IndianaEstablished 1833. Al fist wednesday. A fill 22. Is9c.-eight pages. Part flip St volume Xiii number new grand was going to Birow a shot of his neighbor and go Hunting. So s by after he Hud returned we win about a. To the tips alarm Given but nothing would be saved. O the building and contents wore need with in a report to the stated Purt ment says that three smell scale for the treatment of Silver from broken Hill by tha p of Cha. Tho company termed the n great House of Kothe Ohilda holds alar interest has purchased a site at Coc Creek about twelve Miles from s Castle and works costing some Coo Are being erected to employ Lispenard mystery so tidings from the it Lisai product Ovar 1.vj4 is j1.4 035 so. Theae Ware for director of the United Sia mint at h. Baker. Dell of a prom Lieut Ruiu Farmer at county g Tunu Edmoner Baker to also of the funeral which it says w e attended by Over 9lxi people. The or r funeral was an expression of the Hig eat Tiu in which the deceased was he Iby All Hia acquaintances. Besides Beau a Good and popular cil Izau the bred says he tin always been an enthusiast and jealous worker in secret societies f beige a mamber in Good standing o y Lloro Evoile Lodge. So 2y3. P. And a s m. Jlon Roecille Lodge. No. 133, i. 0 0. Of Columbia d. Of an e Monroeville Enterprise Council no. H or. 0 u. A. M. A has always Bee i an industrious energetic Man in every e thing he undertook. Hia Homesly i sympathy and general Dupo Tittoni be 1 gained for him the re pet and Eileen of All who came in Contact with him and he has left numberless friends we sincerely mourn his death. Ifs. Cora Thompson the wife o willium Thompson died at Las evening at Tho Home of her father Syl Veater s. Bowser. No. 6 Winter Street Sho had been ailing for a Long time and about s week ago she Gava birth to a child. She was but Nineteen Yeara of age. Her husband is employed at Washington court House. Ohio but was at her bedside at Tho time of her death. was a member of degree of Honor Lodga no. 2. The funeral will be held thursday after noon at 1 o clock from the House by from the first Baptist Church Kev. Balingar of the u. B. Church will conduct the services. The fun Ora will be under the ii spice of the Todd of which the deceased was a Meme a. S. Argo who had been superin for some time with Bright s die a died at the Homo of his sister w l. Robinson. No. 23 Prospect avens this a ter noon. sixty ire Yeara old. The funeral announce ment will occur tomorrow. The following is the list of deaths a reported by the City undertakers for the week ending april is Sophia butche is years old old Afie. Child of William Miller stillborn. Daniel Hill 7fi years old old age. John Uran. 42 years old blood pois mrs. S. Atchinson 48 years old asthma. Gerard Wyss. 27 years old typhoid Erer. Child of a. C. Willis exhaustion. Harry s. Latham 40 years old. Acci child of t. J. Button stillborn. Margaret s. Clark 5g years old Lysis. Charles Joseph Lee aged 10 years Eart Haft knocks port Wayne Ami Indiana pol taken id. La prise mud tuebe.1 Llort bul world will beat sen fighter Given Ami a looks by Fuslier Deluney. 3 twin evil to o strip of Tel .11. K Lotrick b Clit Ali. The sunday Saloon received a hard scoring sunday at the hands of Jer. J. F. Majaney 8t St i at Ricc a Catholic Church. At High Delaney took his Teit. From. The Good Shephe Iain the chapter St. John. tha evil acts of people were disagreeable subject to talk about yet he said he was in the i riot la from Lorr Trio be wokkers. Imp convention Uncle a Ore dire ii Mich. April Kepr tentative a of the trotting of Detroit Cleveland Columbua Sag new fort Wyvne Indianapolis an Buffalo met Here today to form a be grand circuit for 1s96 and decide Upo the dates of meetings classes Etc. Columbus. Port Wayne and Indian Opol Isare new members Sucee Edin Eastern cities which have quit o account of rigid anti Pool Helling Law the Buffalo association is As yet undecided the result being dependent no the passage by Tho new York Aon ate of the Pool Law which Haa Alread passed the Assembly. It is assured tha upwards of will he Oka a in prizes on the ind., april absolute Lispenard the missing forester w Bis not been heard from since tuesday it his Home in la county. Threa four uni of a mile soul West of Dixon. Occurred the death Warren h. Baker the son of count commissioner and mrs. Sylvan Sutker. Alter a brie illness. Or. Baker waa taken with sever cramps in the stomach sunday Nimori ing and sunday afternoon was As lift Seroua. Everything Poss in was done for his Relief but All waa i Viii and last tuesday at 7 o clock h died surrounded by Hia family an parents. He was thirty seven years old an waa Well known and highly reaped and popular with everyone. He w engaged in farming being located on farm near duo. A leaves a i and three children the oldest being Bon of Nineteen years and Tho you Ugi a years. Lie was h member of the of Elloway. The Maeona and also the the funeral took place wednesday morning at 10 o clock from the pm Kock Church one Aud one half i a Southwest of Dos of. Ohio and win b attended by a Large number of Friend rom this City. Commissioner bake is the sympathy of Al in his Ead ail John g. Thieme the Columbia tree merchant tailor is in receipt of a Telegram informing him of the sudden death at Milwaukee tuesday of r h. Lenud. Who died while seated i is room at a hotel the deceased was be of St. Louia Best known and was also known All Over the Conn by because of Hia prominent Noric in Theran Church circles. He was Ove Venty years old. Jar. Lon hard Haa idea in. Thia City a number of the last work of thu Hou committee la Indiana the biggest Olun Sam s War vessels steamed h Hampton Kords up the coast on sat Day with the Imp Tel Board of inspect she has appeared off the Highlan in the Indiana came up the Bay s met the Cruiser Columbia passing o on her Way to Hampton roads. T sea. Fighters each aged signals. T is the Indium s first visit to this to off Tompkinsville the turreted m Bier saluted the up ship new York. Admiral Bunje s North Atlantic Miqu Ron. And then dropped Anchor near 1 then the members of the inspect Board of whom Admiral Walker chairman came ashore in a Jaunt they took the first train for Washin ton. The Board Are to determine am report on Tho advisability of Havi on the Indiana the eight Inch go Over the thirteen Inch guns or to Pla them As they Are on the Keasar and the Kentucky. Naval Ebar claim that there is a Savin of weight in placing one Turr above another but the Kirin ouse upper guns in liable to stun la men in the Turret below. Two Aho were fired from Tho Turret on the a lieutenant Henderson was in the to below the eight Inch guns Ait. He an those with him experienced no Bat Miccu. The thirteen Inch guns wer one fired astern to eee How the smoke would affect the handling of he Roadside guns. Thia. Too was a Esaul test As the Guan Era were not Index. The planks of the Indiana s Eck have a Peculiar appearance. The eats Haa scooped out cavities in the Ood some of them As Large As a hens a fitting the decks a pot marked Cement has been packed to the holes. Lieutenant commander Illiam Swift said that the Indiana Tad shown herself to be a very Able Hting ship and that Sho was the Best a boat he was Ever aboard. The Bat Habip will remain six weeks in Porter decks Are to be caulked and Home pairs made to the of Ihbe tuft hit in Straut i Dluhi ii proof re itch hib Trueit City ind., april 20 fully fifteen Hundred Glaia work gathered in this City yesterday in m series of meetings Beine held in i considerable Progress has been mat Organ Fiat ions. Muncie contributed 1 urges t delegation no less than t Gates also from Alexandria. Uario Anderson. Red key and Dunkirk War Gates was held in the opera House the Forenoon and it waa understood some important measures were adv rated. Which would add to then Trent and Utility of the unions if adopts at the open air meeting in the noon speeches were made by to Theodore so Hockney of Union fit and vice president Hayes of the Fli Glass Union. The unit organize Ion s have Long Felt the need o closer relation a hip find a Campaign i Amati on. Or. Rayea stated tha Branch of the Trade Over which he has supervision in the capacity of an executive officer is in excellent a condition but the some could not be said of the window Glass business. The Organiza tags bust Ness. It has developed that a strike among ocal Glass workers is imminent on nce Hartford City Glass company and a investigation was instituted last week president Simon Burns of the window Glass workers association Dit a said the matter reached a Isis at today s meeting. If a strike in ordered tomorrow morning it Wil t affect Oul Sido Facto Rie. This y of the four preceding ones held in he Gas Belt and was attended by a arge number of Glass workers from the Artous Glass manufacturing towns. It As decided to hold the nest meeting Gas provided in on the track or the murderer Ester of this City today Receh-e-1 a 1 ter from Lispenard s wife who a n at Logan port. And it is alleged s made some b Tail ing statements in Gard to her Digap Peanut she is understood to Tare said that s believed a certain Man Well known Thia City had a ordered him but As the authorities keeping quiet an he letter was not Siren to the pub this cannot be verified As whoa who have information Are wearing locks on their Lipi so far As the Lupe Ard matter is cosh earned. Mrs. Lisp Ard Days that their Home life waa Bapp and hat her husband did not Deal his family As has been suggested. Be who knew the Man believe that this the Case and Inion that if he bad no been killed he would have returned o written before this. The general be is that the Man who follow d him in skit from Cairo killed him in Sam deserted spot along the Mia Jisa up the investigation will continue an Lere is a Bare possibility that the creators Are in Possession of morn a formation than Lias leaked oui and Iba some decisive step will be taken boo in the Way of Clearing up Tho april the Hou. Committee on appropriations today g ported to the House the general tic Henry Hill the. Ust Rotthe Reiou appropriation Bills for this Sessio l the total amount carried by the Bil the principal deficiency i for which it provides ate Treasu department to 07-1.000 District of co Lum hib. A Loti 090 War depart me jg07.005 Navy department Interior department. Depar ment of Justice 1251.000 Gaverne printing office j190.000 House of rep Seu Taticea judgments Cou of Najma. 000 Indian depredation claims audited claims Jig 000 out of postal revenues jl.42l.olx Van addition to this Bill the Uree Yfim Cliency act. Passed Early in the carried Jug. 305.430 making a to for deficiencies this Secson of 111.09 776. The following is a list of the Regula appropriation Bills us they passed la lure. J3.2i5.392 army. J33.275.902 diplomatic and consular. 1. District of Columbia fortifications Indian s3 420.445 legislative Etc., military Academy Navy. Pension f 14 l.325.s20 Postof Nee River and Harbor. J10.35i.860 sundry civil. 129 836.992 total. In addition to these Bills the two deficiency Bills miscellaneous acts carrying and regular annual appropriations amounting to have been passed by the House making the total appropriations by the House luring this bunion in the deficiency Bill reported today there a a clause authorizing Tho Secretary of the Treasury to Transfer to the City of Atlanta the buildings erected for the. Government bib stat the Lotton stale s exposition. There is an Tern of to be paid to the Talian government for indemnity to he heirs of three of its subjects who vere killed and two others injured by mob violence in in no King a appropriation for Indian Dereda Ion claims the committee provides hat none of Tho judgments shall be paid until the attorney general has certified to the at Creary of the Treasury that he Haa caused to be examined eve Dence heretofore presented to the Donee a he shall be Able to procure As to whether fraud has been dime to the United states or exorbitant sums allowed and finds no grounds to support a new Gross Oil kid a Cal Sou meet scar la pout. Led april 20. Fran Gross of Wanetah. And kid Crane o draw at an Early hour sunday Momin the ring was pitched in the Woods 2 Mileo West of this City and when the o clock 300 spectators wore at the Rin Side. Is Lundby the word went o that the fight waa to be pulled Oil in to with such secrecy that the authority had no intimation of Canao irate Illier Weiglin. While Gross i the Light weight Clua. The form weighed in at 115 and Gross at 13 Tho fight was for a purse of the articles of agreement called of Twenty rounds when if both men wer on their feet a draw would be declare Cranson showed the Best ring general lip. How shifty on his feet by his. Blows were not elective. And who he forced to fighting and did the Rush ing and in variably Lead ing. The Pun Siment Given Wai Light. It Cha had the strength and Crane on the science ant he ability to get out of the Way of his opponent s powerful swings. No blood was drawn and Heron Loring Gross Eye the men were in rime condition at the end of the last und. Crane on announced at the Ngsi de Hia readiness to meet any Man his class in Indiana. Patriots three Mora Brave men Ime for Cuba. A Sutlian hem and. Baum no t Ruelin put o duh tit. April three prisoners of War. Gregoro Serges Esteban her cried at t o clock yesterday morning at Tho Cabana fortress. They belonged to the insurgent bund commanded by or. Bruno Zayas and were captured by the soldiers of the Arafiles b stallion major Carlos Justiz the prison Era were conducted there in the usual solemn manner. Bacallao and Cool but Borg feb who had had stimulant with has breakfast turned out the bravest of All and met Fhate with the most re Cigar during his list moment Sand calmly threw it he Knel Down with fab face to Back toward toe firing Isaad. Forges Knelt Down Witk if Hia pockets and coolly turned1 High esd toward tha Al doers who were to Choli h id. Hernan Dei attentively watched the shadows of Tho soldiers on the Wall in front Olim. When All waa ready the t officer in com mind of the Juad i Ted Bis sword the Tinea were there. Waa another movement of the sword and the report of the Volley echoed ram the fortress Walls. Borges was killed outright but a Hernandea and Bacallao writhed on the ground after the shooting nod it was found necessary to Send Bacallao to his account. The execution waa Over and the place the crowds on the Heights silently wended their Way to More congenial scenes and Only three pools of dark blood half hidden by Sand strewn Over them by the soldiers remained to Mark Tho Pica where three More of the insurgent army had fallen for Cuba. It is True that Teie were a few More Bullet Marks on the fortress Walla but a few Buch tokens morn or Lees Are but Little in these Silajs and arouse Little or no interest among position As the Good Shepherd who Bald if he deserted his Nock he would be but a hireling. Therefore he wanted to say something about the wrongs that Are done by men. His principal attack was upon Tho dance Hall Aud the sunday Saloon. He Eaid there is nothing in the world that will Lead Young men and Young women Inlo sin and destruction a Quick is the dance ably seconded at All times r and under All circumstances by. The sunday Saloon. I care not whether the dance is held in the Public Hall or in Thia parlor under Tho More High name of recep. Lions the evil effect is the some. Some people will ask what harm a there in by friends if a priest and would hear of. The sins that result from it you . Aak that question. There who come to Church in the morning and then serve the Devil the Day. The Saloon keeper com Tel to Church. He can a Over Sibla he leaves door gom to his Saloon dons , of satan Thich he Days and Ihen Iea in weak by disposition into temptation. And yet he t is not christianity. A not Catho icily. Such men Are co Honor totem elves they Ore no Honor to Tho Church hey Arena Honor their country hey Are in Honor their god. I Are not whether they he catholics or protestants they Are alike. These Are a pleasant things to say but care cot whether men Mikei them or not. I pm erring itis the salvation of Raou s sub that 1 care for. Is missing. Has Sot been at has hotel for a Hucl have a employed Joe town in from old age. She was eighty one ears of ago and came to America from Ermany with her husband when quite ung. They willed on a farm in St e township where they have resided or since. The deceased raised a Large Mil of children All of whom Are own. Tho funeral was held Sun y morning at o clock from the Side Tica and at 10 o clock from St ter a lutheran Church at Goe filine. Margarets. Clark of Aboite town a died Friday afternoon from Ara Lysic. She waa fifty six years old d leaves a family. Tho funeral Nas held flt their residence at 2 o clock nday. Interment was in the Charles j. Lee aged ten years died by kit sati Muy at the Home of Hia it miss Mary Lee. So. 1 j West offer san Street heart failure was the use of Tho death. The boy came be his Home with his aunt. The re Ains were taken to Muncio monday Louis b Gould. Riday at Peru ind., cd Surra d death of Louis c Gould a brother mrs. , of Thia City. Or. Uld Ivos fifty four years of age and me. Time. About Aix weeks ago mrs. Bles went to Peru and Haa been St brother s bedside Ever since. Heed in thin City about thirty years and Learned the furniture Trade h John a Miller leaving his pm of to enter the army As a member of in Twenty ninth Indiana regime nil or the War he located at Peru and ered the furniture business Inch he was engaged until about a r ago when he retired on account fullness. He was an Odd fellow in waa prominent and Well known in iness circles at Peru. Be leaves a e and two children. Or. Tabbies saturday to attend the funeral ured sunday. To. Kiefhaber died Early monday Ninfi at his borne so. I6s Van Ren Street from a stomach and liver nge. He leaves a will and three Alldren the latter being Fred in of the eke tiie Worts mrs. Came and and miss Paulina Kirt Haber of Cago. The deceased Wes a Well in German cite zen. For a number ears he was janitor of the so John s Heran Church resigning about two is ago on account of his ill health. Healer the ten Carold son of or. Mrs. H. W. Driftmeyer. Of so. 138 main Street died monday morning m congestion of the brain. Chester the Only child and was the Pride of household which is now made sad the visit of the death Angel. The saved father is an employee of the Trie works. Woki Irett. Muchael to Merity died at Hia Reai-c8 in sew Haven. Ind., sunday at in age of seventy Ono Jears five nth and nine has. He was born tranae county Kerry Ireland and Onn of tha Well known residents of county. Ended and Cicely written account of in death of Warren h. Tie with a Gill treated consternation at n Church lies been missing rom Pomo a for fire Daja and his friends and he police believe that he has been lied. Search Haa been made for the Issing Iuan since last tuesday with to result Sweeney was very tall and Are about forty five years of age. He me to Pomona lest january for his realty. He eat to had been a news per Man in and Chicago d showed several letters of n journalists. Two strange men led it Tho european Hote in monday even lip who seems i o be old friends of his. Together the ree went out for a walk among the Ange Groves. Sweeney never came pack. On tuesday it was thought that had gone to visit in san Diego but Ard from him landlord Covle and a uple of Sweeney s friends put Tho alter in the hands of Tho police. In drama and letters Bave been sent describing Reeney and seeking Nrma Tion is to Bis whereabouts but the Earth had to Alfored him up his appearance could not have been re the Walnea Bill not much of a Barrier. Saloon rent ten Ita Otu houses a Keulia hold inc Riiho Anil gala. April a Lunatic the a gun cleared out nearly All the Ora Hippard m the first unitarian lurch last night. The mad Man we o ave the name of Lewis Porter Neni o Tho Church a soon As service com ended and took a seat alongside the a about half Way towards the altar is nervous manner and Peculiar aeons engaged the attention of several Tab Ere of the. Congregation from the St. At the conclusion of the hymn e Lunatic Sra a from brat and Ikird Down the aisle until he reached e altar. A he walked Down he said a loud voice this thing is All a be. H is a Humbug now i want have my say mid it won t to Well for body to attempt to Stop a Orter finished speaking he Drew a re yer but was quickly disarmed. The Atic waa turned Over to a and Tobe april Nowith stand a the fact shut the new Raines liquor 1 was enforced in this City y Ester a it waa possible to buy intoxicating nos. Under Tho interpretation of the nines Law. Any one with ten bed oms can open a hotel. Every res Aurant keeper and Saloon keeper who her secured a hotel License or else is at no drinks could be sold in hotels meal at to same time did not cause this class yet actually defined what a legit to meal is. N the majority of places a Sandwich As considered a legitimate meal. The sons Over the City were generally used and tha letter of the Law forbid ing the Bale of drinks in restaurants generally Oba lived. In some of Uptown hotels there waa a Manifest ing Oil of the sunday transient Din Trade. This wan recounted for by in clerks owing to the opening of the a in fact the new hotel pm is looked upon by Tho Saloon pers As the very Best system Ever provided and every liquor dealer is no to adjust his business to that he come under the hotel heading in Oiderma for furniture and Tho work carpenters who Are dividing a Large m Oil into a Balf dozen Small ones time to grow and one hotel Man d that under the present system it uld not to a month before nearly by Saloon in the City would be transited into a last Tho exposition awards a to be will be served next. April 20 Long expected i distribution of columbian orld s fair diplomas and medals has gun at last and today about 3.000 i Loans and medals covering All of tha Cess us German exhibit Era the r Wera turned Over to Baron Tylel in the German ambassador who ship them immediately to his gov ment for distribution. Those sided to american exhibitors will be by for delivery within the Neit ten i or two weeks at the farthest d the shipments to England. France shia Spain. Italy and other foreign entries will be ready for delivery to Weir respective diplomatic Romenta is Here within the next month. Sir. Aude m. Johnson the superintend Ling and Jar. R t. Preston the director of the mint who have had direct charge of the work of preparing diplomas and medals have Given cd Earnest attention to their pie on and the medals and diplomas Are d to a far Superior in Point of any government for a similar Howder finds a watery grave. Wow Hunting wild Flowers along tie St. Miry s. Alkyd Luio the filter convicts escape. Scale the Wall arc cup Tarcil. Richkus City led., april 1g Lee Rogers three years de. Sanda Aii years George Reynolds twelve Yeara from Marion county and Jou a Baker four years from Delaware county escaped from the Penitentiary tuesday night. It was necessary to have some baking done and theae four together with George Hacker and Andrew Blieka were sent to the elate Titchen Early in the evening. At 9 o clock a guard in making the rounds m used two ladders from Thech airshow asked together with towels leaning against tin Walls. The Sam was Given and upon searching the Kitchen Hacker and Obliski were found in a closet. Bound and gigged bleeding rom wounds received at the hands of be four who escaped. Guards were ent in All directions and the next Day they were captured fifteen Miles West near the Lake. One of the party was Aken ill and could go no four Olio came froth Cedar Apuls Iowa. Rev. C. J. Whitmore has an ered in a most Gratifying manner the cation. What becomes of the infidel he writes As follows Dur a the past thirty my life As a on 1 Bave come into Contact with Wenty of the leading lecturers and Era on the Side. Of unbelief nearly of them have been lecturers in Lon on. Some of them writ Gib in the National Kef Arm or and other infidel pers some of them Veci Elfriea of Nch societies. Of these Twenty Only four now rein of whom three have lately been ganged in speaking and writing acc on against each other and the rth Holdo a very do artful position Ween christianity and unbelief. Leaving Ticae four there Are sixteen account for. What has become of Eye sixteen infidel leaders in London using the Paat thirty Yean they e All left their infidelity have re Ned to christianity and openly pro de their belief in in facts and teacher Hen or. Who Morfi goes on to p.ir-1 1 Arize. Three became preachers r magazines and two Are conspicuous is sunday school workers. One was a of Porteur for or Spurgeon and anther went Down into the Repiha of misery and want Rasht a than accept Elp that would have been gladly Given n order that secularists should not babe to charge him with impure to Vea in accepting christianity. What or. Whitmore Cott Udes Haa become of ail these Lector f is it Liq Hau of science writers n Tho National a these infidel Endra of past stare thank Godl Ney have Token chiral vanity end Sal nation. Would not Thoa who followed hem into exile Soltow them i clo clean aug. Safely it trial life y Jesus Chr sir Gibbons. Will visit of it. Merj m of Iho Woods. Tubbe haute ind., april 20 Cardi Gibbons has accepted an invitation visit so Mary s of the Woods the ther institution of the s 1st Era of Providence of the United states on y s. Bishop Chatard of the Vin nes much interested in female educational institution and ought a lifelong personal Friend a with the Cardinal Haa obtained m Hia Eminence the Promise of a to which will be made a notable it in Catholic circles in the by 1 it lib Urc hallron.1 v Howder. The Little eight year old n of conductor m. L. Howder of the Ckel plate Railroad was drowned portly a ter i o clock Thia afternoon in the River opposite Tho North end of Winney Park. The Little fellow in company with Oiler boy of about the same ape. Ltd Willie Cri Alop were along the gathering wild Flowers Bare going to school Don walked out a Small Point of lend that Fez ended into the water and evidently n tended to wad across a narrow Bayou o reach Tho main land. He had gone Bat a few Steps into the water when he fint Down. The water wag too deep or him. He waa seen no More. Willie Cri Alop gave the alarm. A Ady Aleo saw Tho Boj to Down and called for help and soon the River Bank Iros lined with people. The patrol Wagon was to lied and policemen and others entered threat boats and began i ragging the River for the body. After an hour Seaich Tho body waa found utmost in the spot where the boy went Down. The parents of the drowned boy live t to. 96 Boone so ret just across from he Sobraska school where Don at ended school. The family a grief stricken Over the i Wal casualty. It is said that several drownings have occurred at Tho same place Ami that in be instance the body was found be Ween tha main Street and Nickel flute Bridges several squares in Indianapolis Jall. Dipl Gritl brn Ltulio und Donuil to to o indu Impolis ind., several weeks ago a Man who gave his Namo As Claude Sinclair attacked Tho paymaster of e. Burford is he was carrying Money to one o the departments and robbed him of he was captured alter a def Perate struggle and placed in jail to Anait trial. Yesterday morning a prison it informed one of the deputies that Sinclair was armed and thai some of the other pruners attempt at a general jail delivery. The secured it Balf doing officers and returned to the jail. The police placed themselves on either aide of the Iron door leading from the jail to the court that a Friend wanted to see him in the office. He was thus thrown Oil his guard. And As he passed through Tho Gate the officers be Iii him from either Side. Sincair was taken completely by Surprise but made a abort struggle to release himself. A pair of Handcuffs Scro slipped on his wrists. A search revealed two loaded revolver and a Dirk knife. The cells or Othar prisoners wore then searched and another revolver was found. It is believed that the weapon b Woro conveyed to Sinclair by friends who Ninva been permitted to Send him Hia Era a Ripple and Stoll f the Pennsylvania Railroad arrested or boys last. Wednesday for jumping n freight trains. The. Lads were taken fora mayor Yonkler find sent to jail or sir Days. They were Etra Ngere in us City claiming. Their Homes were in Ino innate. They informed the offi ers that they i Ned on Washington Oik and a treats m that to. After the boys were placed in jail toll wrote to chief of Deutseh oys and asking him to inform their Arents of their whereabouts. Saturday Stoll received a reply from Tiuch to the effect that the boys were of known on either of those streets. The detective theri a listed the jail and put two of the boys into the sweat 01 of questions. One of them John Arr Latuek to Hia Story that he lived in no innate and he could not a averted. Charles Coulter b younger by however was told that unless to old the truth he would be sent to re pm school until he was Twenty one ears of age. Under this pressure he weakened and told the truth. He said Ley All lived in Cedar rapids Iowa is father is an express messenger on in Burlington Vilar i rapids and Northern Railroad Carr a father is a reman on the aame Road charts irber a father is a fireman at the Ater works and Tom Hallan s father a travelling Man. He said they left o lie wiling any one about it. Stoll has written to the chief of police Cedar Send the boys Arents. Pottery manufacturers. Filfli compel f april a meeting of in pottery in Ana Fie tutors of tha United states h being held Here to i Cubb the formation of a More con it organisation and to Devue Meeya compete with the English and Oer an manufacturers. The netting will in Stafi Ion All Day. Ticket wins. For be Culler sex. Ii Enoi 111., april Edward m. A was re elected president and e. Churchill jr., and Hie. Jane Martin e elected members of the Board of cation at the election Here slur. Two tickets were in the Field one Aen Only but to Waman g ticket elected. A Larne Cumber of women de and a heavy vote was he Walther league. Rain lutheran churches in his City it to Huntington saturday to attend in annual state convention of the Ither i Paguel of Indiana there Are Elies and Many others. The Dele is rom St. Paul s Church were Iler a Siemon Theodore Greshl c. Q. Fider ii. A. Eberline Henry Neh a Leoree Dannenfelser. J. , f. Schroeder Gus Selle Chris Mer. August Weiser berserk and try Pfeifer. In Flo Gulizi from or Bonuel s Luth Kokott Herman Hitzman. Paul Loppe. Or. H. G. Leis de Leili and to raft Seabold. The Wuhrer league is an Organiza on composed of Tho Young men s of Netiea from the various German Ulhorn churches of the Sute. Assembly prosperous Contra collect stay be removed from ind., april a proportion is under consideration for the removal of Contra College from Terre s also on foot to establish a Home for ged ministers upon the grounds hero Are far More applications for cot sequently the now Large Hote has been adored enlarged. At a Cost of about . A dormitory has also been contracted for. Winona Assembly a by april Leo he la Ell known and wealthy German i9n, living at 1020 West Washington of. Where he conducted a Large Gro by business was instantly killed at 2 Onk yesterday morning by two ked men who were discovered in bedroom and whom to pursued in to rear part of the awarded r lie i Urf off of font inc Street Wilb Kolck. No set incl was in Ormed at the be of the Board of Public works this of Pontiac Street with Brick from Houn to Lafayette at reel would be red this afternoon to William Ellerine his bid was 4.63 per there was still Soma discussion o the kind of Brick to be used but t will also be settled this dismissed. How nil the a curl c Sci Switi Ohio april when he Case of William Woods charged Vilh being an accomplice in the at Erson of Pearl Bryan was called to a Tho prosecuting attorney said the rial and judge in Fig dismissed the in Mureil Ami Kirbt years old. Iula Aono s. J april 20. Mrs. In is familiarly known celebrated her the birthday at her Home at Ferrell of Custer county today. There were Iota in sixty years thirty two grand Dren eighty two great and twelve great great grandchild. Aunt makes her me with her son Joel. Hundreds of pie paid their respects to the oldest Man in new dead. A Horae which waa being driven Long Calhan Street by Willis Persse is saturday drop we in front of Kane s store. Heart disease the Auie. The horse Naa quite valuable. , april 3 the bimetallic conference. Called with in View of my cd the Way to International Neotia ogs on Ihn assembled Here . Delegates fro United states Groat Britain. France Austria Kussiel Belgium loll and to mania ate april Tho Steamer radon collided with the British k Firth of Solway Ken i a yesterday near Kiah lightship i sing the latter to sink. Thirteen i n and the Caplin a wife and charged with Virtru fur stable Neil Bright Aud or Jones the proprietor of an Etna Green livery stable were arrested it Etna Green yesterday on t. Charge of burning a barn Early in the ni3rnii.g of March 23 the livery barn o Samuel was Deal roped by fir Pattit limn. A number of Fine hones and canis Ges Sere burned. At 3 o clock on Tho morning of the fire blight us House telling hid men killed. Loci haves pa., april 15 and Andrew Ali sink. Brothers were filled in the mines of the Kettle Creek Oil company at bit mine this county Oday by a fall of plasterers of Pittsburg and Ages of fifty a Day ended today n favor of the strikers. Work will to bout 3flo men a 0, april the s Attr part of the business portion of i town of Woodruff tweety Milts t m Here. We destroyed by fire yester morning. Eight business buildings e burned. Loss silly pm red by scientific Prejs. Iho Standard l lilo Pityou the Pacific coast in rain no mailers will print in its Mue of Ocay bin Ristics try Countin of the r Bullion product of California for 1893, and the total Auer april 20 roths of Tho leading Silver smelting is in n of South Wales. The Ted sucks vice commercial agent at w Castle hew South Wales and John Meier Are the Aren Sofr Mielty baby Minnich who quit the i Itla org paint shop Home time Ngo. Bus i in business for himself

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