Weekly Fort Wayne Sentinel in Fort-Wayne, Indiana
29 Apr 1896

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29 Apr 1896

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Weekly Fort Wayne Sentinel (Newspaper) - April 29, 1896, Fort Wayne, IndianaEstablished 1833. Part f111st.1 wednesday. Is pages. Part first volume lxi11 a us blk ii realised that he would to i wit 1 and but for i great presence of my 1 it would have been the of him. J As he Eink the fourth Timaio he though of diving. He waa aware Tami if h would drown. In when Bank a Iligio he struck the Bottom of the i which at that particular is la whirly fee deep. End bracing him Acai Nat a atone at the Bottom he m thai surface again. As Luck would h in he Hail dived far enough to gut Pond the Rowcli of the rough and Roll water at the loot of the d edit was two Yourl before a in where he waa or that he had escaped Mazied remained upon the locks time refusing to allow any of the Pipla who had gathered on the Shore Aid him until they had used eve Effort to Rescue Tho other men. I waa so firmly Brace j that Iho Curre had reached Shore and it was know that Bovard and daily were dead som Maifield. They were obliged to to up Bare ii and then float Down ant take him of the rocks with Long pol and then pull hard for the photo by Thoy got him of All right spread like wild fire and in n be minutes time All of Leo was on the the bodies of Tho drowned men. No with Long rope end poles found in the Witter below the dam and for some distance Down Stream sat 11 next morning but the bodies were not found. Hundreds of people engaged in the search. Monday morning when search was Given up. Or. Fitzgerald came to this City for the purpose o engaging some one with grab Hooks to drag the River lie arranged with the Petera hard with Hooka to Tho River and prosecute a thorough search and the men left for the dead men were Well known in in Vicinity of Leo and surrounding country. Bovard waa a Farmer. He waa the son in Law of or. Murphy. Of Leo und leaves a wife hut no children. Dailey waa Tho Nan of Samuel Disley. Presided at St. Joe where he con acted a Blacksmith shop. He leaves i o and three Small children. Tho drowning was a tremendous Ock to All the people m hot neigh Rhoad and the families of the victims have the sympathy of a infant i pm t Oil Iii ii crib terrific Cyclone it Kansas eleven Parsons said t have perished Ami us Many More Milmet for i to he a vim i Aaroni Tho track Mihuc truck. He w forty live years old Nad Well known. heart lir Ukon relatives now i those the of the Tweedy. Lit of Priblu danced a nectar Chr Hiu Baal a ried couple up in of toe Gran ing of tin Ili Vorck Aud hat life fun win concealed Froid he it Urt at the time of the k aug Iii of uie divorce judge Adair held Hist such co Induc a spelled the form in decree eat Gorgo Aud Sarah gooder Arett death u he d Tii unday after Nova fro so Farj a Catholic Church in in i i a i Satui or the Weik. The the Liat of deaths reported Trio City undertakers f c Heitur Driftmeyer. Guition of e Lgeorge Kiefhaber a years old bar Albertise Kauter. 77 years old. O j Cora Thompson in y tars old Chi Binl. M. .1o3tf.li Charles Lee it years of heart disease. X. Nicholson. 3g o heart trouble. William 32 years of _ j per Alyson of ruin. Eliw m. Harmon 71 Yeara old. Of Lydia Richan. 40 years old Bloo paid onion. Sophia m. S3 years old. Dominus a hic Eta. Louise f. Knagge h Daja old struck by Light inti. A Iii Insl. Woltil Ial -mr.s. D.iuit-1 Ilir inuit Julea Var 1 Kritler n ii rare Joarn a totally Una troyed. Awful Accident at let tills Aniced at thu port at o clock last and is being Load with War for Tho Caban ins Genoa. The Steamer u lying in m nation from Dock to the Vesaf. 3 said tight 5 1 of Niles. Revolve 5.000.000 Cartridge and eight not Chries and galling go will be placed on Board. The talk w by completed. And then a tug will to the Croaa the bar Twenty Mil below the City. By Daylight therees should be Jar on her Way to Cuba dropping Down the River the Velasc will pick up Tyrenty cubans who Cam Here from not York by Reil. There is Little danger of interference a the Ciliane have chosen their Tim Well. The United slates us. Siisi m. In Muu. Widow of i b Lite Guymon wart died r gently expire thu Silny just before Mida shr. Aka sir tic with Paral Toia obo ind a though or. Cru hurried the psst medical did considerable Smaga Leo sunday in fill. Kii Gerald. Who had been at Leo univ of Sci i monday morning assisting n 1 be Secli for the bodies of the two Ninn who were drown to in the St. Joe River. At that sunday afternoon had by a crack and Roar of Thunder. Or. Fitzgerald to the door to look out fearing the lightning had struck his Tiern. While he was peering out into he saw Lamea leap from the Large barn on Tho farm of Harry Krider. A neighbor who lives on the first farm this Sida of Leo. Lightning bad struck Tho Bam and started the Ere. The building wan totally destroyed together with All the vehicles farming implements and the contained. One horse was also Basnet to death. The barn was n Large Oce the dimensions being thirty eight by Besenty five feet. The amount of the oi3 was not Learned but it was or. Krider carried partial insurance in Tho Allen county boat goes Over the Mill dam. James Bovard and Fra Dailey meet death. Narrow escape of Orange Thiu. Yield Ami George lud., april the Talo the Touti Zaineb Yea Erduy h.i3 Bee the horrible tragedy in which Sivieri Hull and of whets Loat their Livia. To Homes of Tho murdered a indeed one of a Dutsa. Loved one taken away to sudden and in such terrible Way. Friday they Wero All i the bestow health. Matu Day they wer dead killed at the hands at n mat ice the dead Are for burial. The interrant will take place Thia after shorty Afler the murder was known brother of the Assassin appears on to and he mind almost a total Blank. At line jail diagonally Haeraas the Ftp Are miss Maymo Hull lha dead sheriffs Dushier card the shots. So had a few Morancu ii fora bid he Law her father leave lha House. Hear ing the Aho Igan reports she walked to the front Gate. While standing there a lady Friend arrived of aying your Tatlier a shot is he she a quire. There is some Hope 1 was Tho reply. A moment later i sheriff fuss or to d he Young woman that her father was dead. She swooned fell in Tho Yard and waa carried into the House where Ahe. Waa cared Lor but is in e the lilt a Huschke girl who escaped Wita eased the killing of her two Brothers but she sought safety while Egbert waa reloading his gun. The Little thing sobbed out i know brother end Stater Are dead but be did t kill the information maa carefully Eon from Tho tender Little one that the husband of Mia. Haschke has a Iveth Frond is now at his desolate ome. He is heartbroken at the big in his Little and waa s terrible the Metera of the Iii Lily. Or. A Mon. It will be Rynia mired died aut Denly from heart one Moronio a few Wiek Fogo. Just Arier Uriah cd fior imbed. Mrs. Harmon was born i Ashland county. Ohio and event Lour years of Ake. Sophia May Garke. Arod thirty thre died thursday eight at Hope loan to she had tired from Abilio Siim Aud came to this City from he Sho was Ibn laughter of willing Gerko. Of be cuter. The remains wer shipped to that place nest morning where the funeral took plane. Mrs. Rose Nicholson wife of James a. Nicholson died it so Joseph hopi at id o clock wednesday Frera the e teats of an operation to relieve a complaint with which she had been Ailin for years. Short funeral service was held at the family residence. 2-j Boone Street at Friday evening after which the remains were placed upon Hickel plate train no. To and taken to Towanda. Pathi former Home of the deceased for inter rent. Mrs. Nicholson was thirty Sis old. Besides the bereaved bus band the Alec Ewd a sister mra he at the bed aids when the end came mrs Nicholson was member of the presbyterian Church and a regular St Pendant whenever her health would Lermit. She was a most estimable Ady and during her two Yeara in Joart n Thia City made Many friends who mourn her untimely departure. Or Icholson. The bereaved husband is Ard Foreman of the Nickel Plato at Lisi Point. A position to has filed for he past two years. Ii Gge. Tonia the Tiro weeks old son of Willi Ilin Korge of no. 214 went Supe or Street died last week from Consul Ona. Tho funeral waa held it the silence at 2 o clock sunday brutal a Tiu Ali is the of pm. April the Cyclone which swept through Thia Sec Tion of the state on last evening a Kansas has Ever experienced. Tap at wis about 400 feet wide and of tend fully Twenty Miles. It Foj Raed about o clock. Saturday evening near t Little town of St. Joseph in the Twute part of Cloud county and passed in northeasterly direction through the Northern part of Clay and Robab into the Southern Edge of Washingto thickly bottled portion of the Kerub can Valley. The Cyclone waa funnel shaped an its Power seemed unlimited. Hous and barns were lifted into the air an dashed Back to Earth. Trees wer uprooted or broken Oil and everything in in track was destroyed. The first victims of the storm Werli wife living about mite East of St Joseph. The famil is just preparing to seek Refuge in thellar when the storm struck. The is Jared. And it is thought two of them ill die. About a mile further East Tho Home Julian trembly was death owed and e waa killed. The greatest was done South Clifton. Two timers e. P. Peter a and j. S. Haynes wore killed and of be Learned. At one place a woman nud child were filled and to another a y. The body of the latter has not t been found. Be eral people Are reported to be Rioual injured South of Palmor. An me of them fatally. The number of lied and who have died from their funds was last evening reported to eleven but the list will doubtless be creased by another Twenty four d to have sustained actions injuries or Twenty families were rendered Melesa by Tho storm. Tho suffering those injured was rendered great by e in Verdi Hail and rain hot closely Lowed the Cyclone. A Lover s t uni Iarj uie ii. Who Wen West april 27 Letl from Havana dated april s5. Follows while Dilaudo. Tho ame in Nice Lon him by Golilie under Genera Meli Jaho a bidding. Is enl weeks do the brutal Spanish Olcer is still butchering people in sva province. Although in Vestal Tion Showa that Melquin in guilty All charges him he has n in Madrid to make it exceedingly u comfortable for any Superior Tiffin news received Here tells of his co duct during the two weeks. Nea Campo Florido. So the in formation run Melquez a arrested nine pea Ceab count Ryin Fiu Sriwil by his orders they were killed. At mined Nineteen a Cisco fell into his clutches and were shot and near Bairoa. He razed ten farms and gathered in forty Laboris who Weto killed in cold blood. The most horrible phase of is the fact that women and children Ere Amoni those massacred. In the Finity of Jauco. Hel Quiza ordered 19 Slaughter of forty seven pereos. I were taken from the Fields where tory Tho people Uro flocking to missing two Man Loat their lives in the tur Bulent Waters of the St. Joe River Leo sunday and two others had hair breadth escape from death. The dead Are jambs Bovard. Aged thirty married learn a wife. Of Bess Ditlev aged Twenty eight married leaves a wife and Thren Auml children. The details of Tho drowning the most terrible Accident that has Ever happened at Leo were brought to this City morning end related to e Sentinel reporter by William Fitzgerald of that place who was an Eye witness to the was an Ideal Spring Day Vicinity took advantage of the Beautiful weather to spend a few hours in fishing in the so Joe River near the Leo Milt dam. Several fishermen were rented along the South Bank of the River. James Bovard Frank Dailey Orange Maxfield find George Arnold the Mill. Eneix Iod in conversation and watching the Fellows fishing acobs the liver. About 3 o clock the saw some Man Caleb a very Large fish. Tho 6uc-coastal Fisherman had a hard struggle to land the prize and the excitement attending the mulch attracted their at Tention. Oiin of them proposed that they get into a boat and Row across the Stream to see the fish. A boat waa moored in Tho water almost at their feet and just above the dam. They i a faster pm it. Get in Ami started across. Bovard did the rowing. As is the Case in All such places there is a Strong Bat almost invisible current in the River above the dam. When the men started actions in the boat they had but Little thought for this current they had gone but a Short distance however until ilasiiek1. Who owns and runs the doming Mill and who is Well acquainted with the i w. Remarked to Bovard full up Stream Bovard. Don t you Sao we Are going too near Tho dam. Look out or we will get into the current and and the other occupants of the boat laughed at him. They thought they were going All right and that they All knew Tho River to Well that they could not neut with Iny such calamity. Maxfield insisted that the boat was being carried Down Stream and they soon Learned that he was right. When the boat had reached about the Middle of the River the truth dawned upon the party. They saw list they were doomed to go Over the dim. Kiss eld cried out boys every fellow for himself now. We can t keep from going at Bovard Dailey and Arnold leaped from Tho boat into the water and attempted to swim out Masfield remained in the beat the last Man. He had built the dam and knew where there was a pile of urge stones on Tho apron of the Structure. He knew if he could reach that pile of stones to could save him i Edam Max Gelil jumped uni fortunately landed squarely on the Stone pile. The other three men were carried Over the dam by the Strong current he went Over it was thought the boat so that he could not help himself. Water below the dam or fully five bold of the boat which waa being tossed about in the Stream. Several times he caught hour of it. But Ench time the boat would by caught by Tho falling water and jerked from him. Arnold was also being drawn but Sank and arose to Tho surface several times. Onco when he came up he heard Dailey cry out to him stick to it dad and we will make it these were the last words he Ever it Rcd to far As the people around could Dailey went Down for the last time and was Efon no f More. Arnold s escape from drowning was indeed miraculous. Alter he went Over Tho dam he under Tho water three times. With he . Of the third i latime he was about i baited. He 1 saturday and every official co nested the United states court out of the City and Are cot expected return until noon today. These a Only co incidents but they have drive Tho Spanish vice Consul wild. Hia me have tried to enter the Dock but hav been prevents by cuban agent. The vessel will try to land on the coast o Mer Del Kio. Which province Genera aces controls. She May meet the Spanish warship. Beina in route. Thia Cruiser railed North from key went on saturday to intercept the filibuster. At this morning the vessel having taken on Board All the departed the Spanish ifs coned aug of rage because he was Jalilej Charles Pun Llano police been asked to Loo out for two missing men. One of them a Thomas he is a Barber who cantly came to this City from mar on he and bin i e have been slopping a the old Home boarding House o Calhoun Brest. Saturn Sty m be worked at the Randall hotel Barbe shop and Sicco that evening he Haa not been seen. His wife reported Hia disappearance to the police and Aske hem to Assiat in finding him. Mra Miley a at a loss to understand he husband s absence. She to is no a drinking Man neither does he seek Tho company of other women. Mile is six feet High has Black moustache hair and eyes and wore b Black suit to his whereabouts a i to this writing another missing Man h Charles put a Shoemaker residing on the Corner o Creighton Avenue and Gay Street. If left Home saturday and had not re turned up to Thia Forenoon. He Haa Eft his family in de Fitiuta Drivers kill a Lorse which they Hud hired. Artim Brett Tombu i lib Brown and Orpha Jonca two Young Fellows from ind., were in the City siriday and they about o clock sunday afternoon officer Aiken found these two men driving Over the streets at High Epe cd. They were both lying in their buggy Dubai drunk. Aiken took them to the police station and placed the horse in Fulton s livery table. On West Wayne Street. They had hired to Rig in Garrett during during the Forenoon and driven to this City a distance of Twenty four Miles. The horse we almost dead when they were arrested from the beating they had Given it and the hard drive it had taken. Evidently they had shamefully abused thai animal a it was covered with great welts which had been made with the the Corse Vas covered Vilh sweat and in a Short time it would have been driven to death. Brown and Evans will serve time in ail Lor being drunk and a soon a they it out they will by rear rated for cruelty to animals the warrants for heir arrest on this charge have already been issued. Great Creek eclipses All i regions Inlo n eat april the greatest flood in Abilene s history tins resulted from a Merrith o rain a few Milea North of town. In three hours mud Creek Rose thirty feet end All the Side to Side. Much property is injured but no lives have been lost. Severa families in the West and North part Hopes for United states court refuses to kickers want our cat Tor wheel Straug or i tested i bicycle at for Gnu has recovered. The bodies of James Bovard sad Frank Dailey who were drowned in the St Joe River at Leo on sunday were recovered about 5 o clock last evening by searchers who had been dragging the River All Day. The bodies Nad not gone far from the place where hey went Down. The time of the funerals of the indent had not been Learned up to this of the United states supreme ourt a retailed to interfere in any a with the judgement of the Carrol county circuit court which sentenced 11 Taylor to be Linn Gail april with or Tho murder of the Jee eks family he Only Hope left for Taylor is that governor Stone will Grant a respite Aylor a lawyers will now to before r h respite. The lawyers will claim b 1 Taylor s innocence has the High water in Fossil Creek. Much general damage waa done to Crapa and Many Crossings and aide walks were washed Ohio. April prot has been jointly filed by manager ska. Of Ulitt interstate club Here and Mager of the new Castle club the president Powers. Against Edwar Icara. Who waa signed a Catcher o he Fot Wayne club and is play a Ifa Guo team. They claim it a a Latsiou of the obligations of the inter to left file and that by reason of his Ion. O Itera should be prevented rom playing either in the National Jue or Tho interstate death of mrs. Alberline Banc curved last week at the residence of Ler son in Law August goers no. S3 Lawnee a anus death resulting from d Aga. She waa seventy seven Are old. Sue Ravca Sii Ildren. Four of them living de Eaas had lived in this country out life Etc years. Tho funeral was id sunday afternoon at at mra. Fredricka win urn died at her me in Jefferson township tuesday. D eleven Days of . Cancer was e cause of her death. She was born Germany and has been a resident of iia county a Good Many years. The Nira was held at the m. E. Church new Haven thursday. Rev. D. F. Vices. Interment a the i. 0. 0. F. Meter. Mrs. Lydia Richards. Wife of Peter cards of Lakeside died Friday m a complication of liver troubles in leaves a husband an neveral child a ranging in age trom Sis to Twenty or years. She was a sister to or. C Sells Lucr. Lha hardware dealer. Her band keeps a grocery in Lakeside Goldie. The Sii year old daughter of cd Snyder. Of Riar Ceton. Died Friday he it the Fri. Jop Hospital. She had on brought to this City for treatment is Requina were shipped to Pierceton urday Forenoon for burial. 1. A fit 4 sue. Lonny Lafrance one of Tho City s and respected residents died Uris a afternoon from old age at Home in. Set a West Jefferson or. Lake since was born in Hanover Isi j. But Hai been n resident of this ring those it a he lived in the orly in which to died. For Many business m Tom City and for s d life having accumulated con ild ble wealth. Luring the past Lew m he lad buttered from partial ndoness. He leaves a wife and two i hts. The latter being mrs. Oust ave Iier of no. West Jefferson get and miss Minnie la France who b at Home. The deceased was one Tho founders of the pm a Duel s Heron Church where the funeral i held m 2 o clock this afternoon. Ohn old son of John dec Milea from the City died last ight Row lung fever. The of a bicycle which was rented from Hia store sunday evening. A Well Drei aed Man entered his stove and asked to rent a bicycle for a Short Ide about the City. To was not Par ice fir As to the kind of a wheel hut was set Issod with what the clerk gave him. The wheel waa a cheap one Worth perhaps the Man said Hia name e. Wailing and Liat he was b. Travelling Man for a Day goods House. He took Tho bicycle and started out and that was Tho last been of him or the wheel. During the Day Walling had been about the Randall hotel in company with several travelling own. He did not Register there but claimed he was stopping at Tho Wayne. Careful search of the registers at All the leading hotels fails to show his 11 suits anywhere. The matter Haa been reported to the police and they Are assisting or. Katt n his search for the stolen Peculiar Case at Law. I or. Mosko Eville ind., april -21. The Catholic parsonage will be remodeler at a Cost of he police Force at fort Wayne moved Ith his family to his property in Thia to and Haa accepted the superintend nay of the Meek a Valentine Brick Ard. I Rev. Murray delivered a lecture san a evening at Tho m. E. Church in commemoration of the seventy seventh anniversary of the founding of Odd Fellowship. The order of this place tended in a body. The Meekel i Valentine Brick com any of Thia place operated their new Chinery saturday with satisfactory suits. Thuy will manufacture bricks n a Large scale and thus give employ ent to a Large number of workingmen. Town election occurs May 4. Both Arliea have Strong tickets and the Hoice is left to Tho voters. Following e the tickets. Trustees w. Rollins and Philip Meese treas or. W. 0. Sweany Nash Al. De Den Al clerk w. Ii. Winans. Republican i. E. Sparko and j. E. Pill go treasurer 0. 11. Edwards clerk a m Clancy. During Tho hol Idava there stranded n our City a travelling circus. Tho tent my other paraphernalia were eld at the Pennsylvania Ware Houyao or freight and other charges. The proprietor a. Dell and his wife took Vinkler quarters in furnished rooms in be Smith Block Aud worked it Odd Obs and Tho beat succeeded in working lao succeeded in the meantime to a Mufale with the Railroad company of property secured. The tent Vas pitched on a vacant lot North of own and s number of exhibitions Iven. To promised his creditors that e would Settle with them saturday it was making preparations secretly o Avo Tho state so Between djs to pit for comfy Ohio leaving Liis cred. To mourn of Liis departure. He ipe cts to travel in Northern t Hio and Southern Michigan playing Tho rang and swindling Tho people. His sweetheart s father Anil then Massachusetts attorney to thai City Yea Tanny revealed a state of facts that to toward Conal Tuting an interesting and Peculiar Case at Law. In marshal h. Dickinson residing in the s City secured a divorce from his wife Julia a. Dickinson who waa at that time a non resident. Shortly after the divorce or. Dickinson wont to am Herst ilaas., where he has since resided. His former wife lives in the same town hut though both were residents of the same City they have not Een each other in the Twenty three years that have elapsed. Recently Dickinson upon the death of a relative became heir to a Fortune. Now his former wife has brought suit for divorce and asks Alimony. She ignores Tho divorce granted in Thia to Tho defendant Vena not certain the e he had obtained the divorce but s search at the records Here revealed hat Tho c339 was pending More than a Jar. Dickinson was n Printer by Trade Fonter and als on one of the Indianapolis papers. Hia Inci Itasca Wilt Uio Siut to about Mich. April Eugene a shot and fatally wounded by Nerv Luce last night. Luce then t himself dead. Luce who had n paying attentions to Cam Burn s Aughter was refused admission to the use last night a Lay in wait for ering the House and then committed cide. Ixo sino. N. To. April Carl w York on sepi Amber 1, 18 Al waa cute by electricity in the state Ore going to the death chamber he de a 77 ill bequeathing to a sister in Many property which he claimed to in Cincinnati new York. The a locution was performed without a cd and Theau Bejot was pronounced d in two and one half minutes m Kinley will get it. Ilc Uliuli to Meluni Luiis. New Yoke april senator John Larman of Ohio walked into Tho Fth Avenue hotel after the Republic politicians who had crowded Tho Rudora All Day had departed. He tried his own Satchel and deposited on the clerk s Lesk while he Regis red. The few who recognized him a tented on Ilia stoop of his usually eel shoulders find his White hair. As far As 1 can learn from what i ends there is no doubt of major Ilc Leivo the nomination on the first allot. That is not material and the the platform which the convention u adopt will declare for sound Money d for Protection. Everybody knows d we also know what the attitude of be democratic will Tho platform advocate Inch a Protection As that provided in Tho Ckinley Lurt was asked. G will be High a not a Good term Uso in speaking of tariffs. It will Oyide for Tho Protection of Home be needs of the government. The event Tariff does neither of these Kings. Plat orms Don t mean any he added with a on Alexandria saloons. In Iii Uijun in. C. T. I. Aside Sost ind., april the Alex Dria w. C. T. U. Resorted to novel bus in their against the Saloon that City and they Are proving a files effective. During the past of they have been testing a plan at big Union steel they have a building erected just inside of big through which All of the Ming Horn work. Just oui aide of b Gate is a Saloon that obtains almost their building Ament place serving the beat of nil who pass through the Gale and be Saloon Trade has fallen Oil per Tilly. Similar stands Are being cited at the nates of All tha Large o waging a War against the Uptown d Temperance lecturer and a pledge k is soon to become a part of the n purpose Tom station he Union steel works is netting Tho Ely a effected by in Rohon unto lung Anil cock cry. Pabis april the Meline Cabinet t is announced this afternoon is almost completed nud will he about As Premier Anil minister of agriculture Tel Meliuse. Minister of the 11. Bar minister of foreign in. Iano uus. Minister of m. Rochery. Minister of the m. Des channels. Minister of Commerce m. Lebond. general Billot Tho above have already accepted the Ort Alios opposite i heir names and Tho remaining offices will probably to filled a follows minister of Justice la Dorian. Minister of Admiral Bea Ard. Minister of Public m. Valla. Minister of Public m. Iamb and. The ministry will probably be on thursday As u. Meline wishes copt the responsibility of maintaining Oderon that officers. The annual meeting of St. Joseph s lot Nan Catholic benevolent societies of Indiana a laced at Logansport yesterday of Tern of with the election of officers and the transaction of Tho regular order of business. Tho following a slicers were elected spiritual Rev. P. Francis Laase. O. S. A. Indianapolis and Rev. Pro Idt Fred link fort Wayne. First vice ii debit Filip Schra in a Laguis port. Secretary a. B. Wilton. Of theosophists. Nest Herr Rover of Loi Silun elected cml do Iii a Only. Kit Ycek. April the second Ual convention of the theosophical piety of America lie Reorg am on and the tenth in the history of cd in Tho Madison Square Garden Cert Hall yesterday he most Jinpo taut business of Gen interest transacted yesterday was election of officers which allows resident Ernest t. Hargrove of Ner Aheimer sew York Cocu committee or. Buck Cincinnati Udo Falla Wright. New York i. Spencer sew York if. T. Pat on Brooklyn and or. A. P. Buch a fort Wayne ind. It representatives from England land numbering fully death. of loan Spurl lull., . Ind. April Sara. Oseph i Fesenmeyer seventy years of was found in the Middle of a Izaih River dead by a labourer. Tho body had lodged on a Rock. All that 3 that Ahe was drowned but whether aused by Accident of foul play or with Pic line intent it is impossible Todo Pon the body the matter will have to b land until thy Coroner s inquest. Tho Hueann Injev. A prominent citizen Al n died about eight months Rico Iphy j of considerable property to Cacao Roi Bio to his heirs. The will is being 0 Itterly contested in the courts. 0 once More Man and wife. . Con Sta cite ind. April Edge Adair Loose divorce pro t cd bg3 a Mack Eye a the circuit a ,011 to Yesier Dav by Hiu Vacat h of divorce Nierad at 1 1 to urm in Case of t Arahood Orvi . Upon 1 no petition of the woman the a a a divorce having presented m n fire. Oledda Ohio april 2s Tho Toledo works Anil Tiu foundry e damaged by lire last night to the stent of j1scou, with f3-l.0t ta., april the Large Are Holtso of Tho Atlantic a lining amp airy. Of fifty even Ali Street to other with two twinks had a umber of receiving Ucki. Containing in Wero by lire about clock this to ruins. Escribe.1 As being from t o i Vav feet in length and As thick Aaan id cry stovepipe. David Lydy rank Tir Amons and Clark tempted to kill the reptile but Iles aped. April too trial of or. Ameson. The Transvaal Raider and he Oday. Tho court was crowded among Imo present being Foley. Bethune cd Esterbell an 1 Sheppard. Us mrs. Tea Yang. Nifon of Hie United tales Arabi issador. J Law constitutional. New Yore april the appellate ranch of the court Hsi added Dotra a dec upon declaring the Side Ian by the i Osto Tice depart edit and fio Dfred has been Irr Estoil rough inspector wite Stuie and held Der Bond for using the mails to de car Accident. 25 s. F. Off tit was killed by a Colombia

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Newspapers allow readers to step into the life and times of past decades and centuries from all over the world. Not only do they have interesting and unique articles and photos, but they also have advertisements, comics, classifieds, and more.
The NewspaperArchive collection can be searched several different ways - advanced search, browse, and publications. The advanced search offers filters to narrow your search for more precise results.
NewspaperArchive’s collection of newspapers boasts more than 85% unique content compared to other newspaper sites. In addition to big city newspapers, we have a wide variety of newspapers from small towns that hold a wealth of information about day-to-day life. Our collection dates back to 1607!