Weekly Fort Wayne Sentinel in Fort-Wayne, Indiana
7 Dec 1892

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7 Dec 1892

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Weekly Fort Wayne Sentinel (Newspaper) - December 7, 1892, Fort Wayne, IndianaEstablished 1633. 1paht filist dec. 7, Al gift Parks. U Allt flies to Ollde Hull f l ii d d or. Padi Luk f or k e in. E pied dec. 2, is i the interment will where Mia. Emilil is buried. The architect of Tho Tomb 11. G. French visited Woodlawn today to examine the mausoleum find make the necessary arrangement for the reception of the sex judge John v. Billon who wits or. Gould s confidential lawyer for Many Ami to to drawn up his will said yes there is a will. I can Tell you that. I know thut personally but 1 no not Able to Tell you anything about till Lon Ilott Paperi Cut any Gould n los nos dec. In a caking of the death of or. Gould the St. James a mite Calls him the Gambler Milliun Reck Lisa contempt for Honor Justice giant speculators of the Worril. He leaves accumulated by gambling swindling and fraud. To do not like to speak ill of lie dead but there is no other Way to describe could English papers publish similar Huim 1 i u d con t-5 ill or we him n e s or. Me n chair. Coming to the Senate unfamiliar with parliamentary methods expert presiding officer his mini tiled Massachusetts still in sound health who after thirty four years of of Ontina retired this own free will. Further Back and to the right nor to the York marked a senator retired by the will at his constr in a knot a the far Corner were admitted states. Montana Wyoming Washington and North Dakota one each of whom together with Perkins the appointed who tills plumb s place from Kansas and paddock the Braskis found their fates trembling in the balance. Scar them was Pel ton of California who also will make Way for 11 Democrat next March and Stewart of Nevada whose future political us filiation in the changed condition of Sairs in his poc Kiil Borough Stuto a a matter Here is among the dem. Crisp of Georgia and a disposition Tress who have been elected the r Ift Obiri o make a cd hinge when the time comes for a new election Tho heartiness with which All the members circulated round judge Crisp and asked and gave congratulations did not indicate ii. The certainty that tin clerk s Roll Call when made up would disclose a majority in the next Fon Arefi on the democratic Sida almost As Luric As this Gav of j f n t 11 the chiefs. William m so of f ill o b k in full health with nil his bounding elasticity r d d to to d Rose in his 1 up 1 by 1 e m made his 1 1 in to i Slaus he bestowed on the Micka of h fellor members. Benton Mcmillan of Tennessee who shares with Springer the titular a Jewler Judy be Hohnan relaxed somewhat from its habitual expression of considering what he prototype on the other Side of tiie a thetic Joseph Hume Many years ago used to Call Trio sum total of the and broke into f i u p o or 1 or in wages earned and in number of wage earners employed. S5g.629. Tho wage earnings show not Only an increased Nogre Garfi but he to non ased per capita of 41.71 Tariff question goes on at great length he deals with the various trades in detail and shows from the Treasury reports for instance that n september 30 last thirty a j u to try it i n ind Terne , and fourth Uipa aies building new works sch manufacture Ile gives the Esti item investments at the of to 1 1 t j n f listing condition us had continued and n Tes that the actual production for the Quarter ended kept sober so last was pounds. The president motes from Tho noted report of labor commissioner Peck of setts and other reports and reaches which they Are paid for. Or in their Power to Supply the necessaries i n Marine and then takes to the report of the Secretary of the Navy. Great Progress has been made he and three have been launched he says that our new Armor proves will give our ships higher resisting he encouragement of the naval militia. To Howorko the Interior de purim no. Than Over before owing to the disability pension Law the taking of the Levonah census and the opening of attracts of Indian lands to settlement. Brought Well up to Date. Tho Allott ment of lands to indians in several to Hiya been Eston Sive and Tho work of the Indian Bureau is believed to have satisfactory As a whole. When have been made against Indian agents the president has always been of Tho of Lendor has resulted when the charges have been Well founded. Arra Phoe reservation which he Murfus Tho subject of a special message the president save his opinion is unchanged and that he shall not approve the deed until both houses of Congress have Ion. The passage of the disability Bill to says has largely increased the annual disbursements to veterans and a deficiency of in is be provided is president urge that Tho care of disabled veterans is a of National concern and duty and refers with pleasure to Tho Welcome extended to the grand army at its last reunion by the people of the District if of Columbia. Referring to the report of the Secretary of agriculture the president notes with Gunuf Calion Tii Suci Jess attendant upon it. Husk s efforts to secure the of our Export of pork and beef for the cent. The president refers to the cholera conclusion that the whole subject should in taken into National control live to protect Trio people against world s fair and District of Columbia mutters Are next discussed Brielly after which the president Renews his Sui l Estios for the passage of a Law for Railroad safety couplings. Of. And Tiu president represses regret thut anon partisan inquiry into of maintaining the purity of the ballot my Ili. Quality of the elector. Is made the inching of coloured pression of the belief that tiie nation the fast thirty years. There Are no the president i i b l e i i until they had crossed the Bridge Wue Uthe former remarked what s the matter with me taking a ride too or. Garvey stood there was no ballot Between the ties. He did not notice this fact however and when he stepped Between the nub to get Poi face. Kealii ing or. Harvey s perilous position or. T Allon sprang from the engine and grabbed hit Friend by the about four feet when u Bolt on the Brake beam caught in the unfortunate beneath the wheels or. Fallon narrowly escaping a Sirn 1 it v to Ion shouted tech p and that gentleman instantly brought the engine to a la d t u i i t late Tor poor Joh nil Ster. A he Lay there lie extended i hand to or. Kal n a f t j but he did not speak. The Between the we 1 it t k d tracks where he immediately p 1 i is left leg waa 1 1 t the knee and he was rolled by Neath the by k 1 1 a manner that his body was terribly Cut and mangled from Tho breast to the hips. Coroner Kesler and undertaker Peltier who were notified arrived at viewing the remains Tho Coroner turned them Over to or. Peltier who took them to his undertaking establishment and prepare.1 them for burial. The blood had nil twi to it mid from the body to the head giving the face a dark and very in life Liko appearance which or. Peltier tried in vain to John a. Fiarley was the Only of p. H. Larvey a employee of the Dilaj Las Avenue with his 1 to daughters miss Hay and sirs. O Rourke wife of in. S. O Rourke they having made tilt deceased was born in Springfield and ind he lived until the of next month he would then have been Twenty four years of age. In 1ss3 Tho family moved to this City and Lohn entered the Central grammar school wherein iss8 he graduated being one of Only three boys of his the others being Paul Mossman and John Hall both Well known Young men. About that time John was eng ago on the news of Lii a boy and served there for a number of years. Froth there to wont into the composing room and completed the printers Trade. He derided to tit himself for a journalist and in iss j left for the i in a Ersita of St Chigin at Ann Arbor to take a literary course lie rom ined there Lor Tivo years and from there he went to Chattanooga. Tcnn., and re sided fora time with his sister and her husband or. And us who we to then living there. He asked for Jar. Page the proprietor had promised John to Doi Igal in is oily dior it that and Harry Mcmullen now of the Gazette took he place. About the first off Epati Mir . Or. Sec Mullen resigned and pm the first of that month or. I Harvey took the position which he held up to Tho present time. His Mother died a Little Over a cur ago. The funeral was held next afternoon it 2 o clock from the Cathedral. It was by Rdv attended by friends f v h t pc or w it h d a m pc it k whisky is probably the cause of the attempt at suicide. Heed came so this at the Yieh hotel. He represented Leslie Davis Tho Well known actor now playing Faust and upon Davis he did not attempt to make a Date for the production of the play manager Studor was tuesday morning when he went to the theatre. Office and left word to have any addressed to him sent Down to the Kich hotel. This was the Only time be was seen at Tho theater Otic i. At Tho hotel he Coli dusted himself in an orderly manner although it waa known that he was drinking heavily Ali week. Or. Kussell proprietor of the Lionel was not alarmed about his Bill As Reed had stopped with him at Dan Jaid his Bill promptly. Every Day to time lie waa last seen by or. Husser at about 9 o clock lust night and went Tosic ated. To probably got up this suicide. Pc doubly locked and bolted letter addressed to Leslie. Davis at Danville dated yesterday and asking that fio to sent it once. Two slips of paper were also found on the table. On ble cod bless one that i love and keep ice pure and Good. Fort Wayne is a Den of thieves no on the other piece of paper was fort Wayne is a Den of t lives and no Only four cents and three trunk which he had was full of theatrical paper and clothing. For Leslie Davis who made a desperate attempt to commit suicide saturday Mornia at the Rich hotel died at the Hospital sunday evening at 7 o clock. No word was received up to landlord Kussell. Of Tho Kich. Has telegraphed to Chicago but re holding the inquest this afternoon. Discovered in Trio snip Hills near k g a 200 p gathered around Tho tents of the prospectors. Many of the new Comers brought tents and provision a mid took farms of Tho original finders of Tho Gold. They were not permitted to go a Rosa the line where Charles s. Lord at the head of the snip Farmers part sat work with his minors. Several taken out an 1 it showed Tho same High Grado As in former tests. Several of the snip Farmers arc devout members of the holiness bund or Church of . Yesterday Almy gathered on the Edge of the property in which Uio Ore has bean found and calling a meeting to order held a Long religions service imploring divine blessings upon the Gold Hunters and will go to Oak Udovc this v. 1 i b ill r to c Schirmeyer a caller for the Pennsylvania Railroad turned in an alarm of tire from Box 7i at that hour or. Schirmeyer was passing the Hoagland Avenue school House in the ainu la Western part of the City. A noticed a Man run out from the Shadow of the school building onto the Street and at Tho same time saw 1 aides issuing from Tho school building. Schirra Eyer at once surmised l i the fellow was a Giro Bug and foot after him firing three shots at Tho fleeing incendiary. None of the shots took effect and an alarm was then turned in. The department responded in remarkably Short Timo and put the flames out in a few moments. An examination showed that a tire had Baen started in one of the door ways of the building and that Large Hole had been Cut into the building on the Northwest Corner. Tho the Hole out into Tho weather boarding he lire Bug had studied a lot of oily Aste and kindling Wood saturated ill Oil. The same substance bad been used to fire the Entrance Tho damage to Tho building is probably ?2o. Some three years ago the same build in was found to be on tire and at herself to death. New Yoke dec. A Case that is exciting much interest it the immigrant station on Ellis Island is that of a Pale faced Munchback woman who her name is Schoe Dierberger and she is forty i Fth years old. She arrived last wednesday and since then hits steadfastly refused to take life Ami describe his More daring and have brought to her the most tempting die bes but nothing has been Able to break the in Lomita c desire to starve herself to death. To a Simpa us Lic employee who spoke to her in her native Tongue today she snid there is no More rest or peace for me in this world and 1 might As Well die now and Here As i must die going Back Over to e she is to be sent Back today on the Steamer West Roland by order of colonel Weber. She came Here with her but Tho Hunchback was barred. Her Home is it just a slight perceptible increase in the Bend in his shoulders but aver John Sherman the financial and with an occasional restlessness of n Miner strongly recalling brother Tho general. And Pickwick an of figure More than Ever was George Frisble Hoar of restored to health and relieved from Tho threatened impairment of Liia sight by his Sis months tour in Europe. To received the Hearty congratulations of his friends on loth sides of the. Chamber. The conspicuous scat of sir. Allison and or. Hale of Maine his near ing head of that great committee. On tha democratic Side Tho empty Kenna of West Virginia bespoke ill boiling. To offset this Shadow of Vance of North Carolina with nearly a full measure of health regained after the other senators who had missed his wit und rollicking humorous sallies. The leaders Lorman. Of Maryland to Skrell of Missouri Carlisle of Turkey Ami Mills Ofemi the latter of whom has hardly yet settled Down to his bearings in Tho Senate chamber Tho Center of a Little Cotom of consult personified. The Gavel Haa never failed to tap promptly at the stroke of twelve since he has been in the chair mid his the genial Manderson of Nebraska president pro. Tern., has not behind hand in promptitude and Chapel tin of the senat. Item or. But actor died by those picturesque allusions to current events with which or. Mill Burn i Blind chaplain of the enlists the attention of no sent minded congressmen. On penned up in theother Side under thele 1 1 Fth be tie 1 Phe 1, to o b 1 1 f m p 1 o making the Best of a bad situate n by r of of Michigan Henderson and other leaders had the satisfaction of knowing that they had not been lost u i d 1 k 1 i t 11 f a to lid be strengthened materially o far is 1 b t is. P r is o can d 1 Tho return of Cannon of Illinois g r of Iowa and other Sirons men to the nest 1 to j. E 1 t p. Ion of to o rile 1 1 r n d to Point to lots of fun to to derived from Tho undisputed Possession of All branches of Tho government by thir opponents after March 4tli on to Tho 1 1 1 t c be 1 r Nee Tel Grav lectern a possibility put upon them and to take it in and carry it through to the end. Self t t re 11 j 1 e Bilbo on of 1 r v in a j la Tytious As the future attorney general. Tho Little group of populists who e forces remain almost Tho same in the next House As this and who e fallen very considerably Short of the t t f i u no to 1 1-ant Over his triumphant elect n spite of the strongest kind of of. I Tio 1 1 t r n it f to the t o 1 1 r of to t to i of i to 1 for i i f to r 1 n wit on of 1 i i 1 to 1 n i w t t c t o f 1 1 k 1 1 1 1 j in t d town Ltd t tie i t f n t in All k 1 1 11 of u 1 n 1 d Pul 1 1 Robl 11 i 1 1 u 1 it Bel 1 a i to t to 1 n of or 1 in t 1 11 o Oiw Gian did not. Holidays. Many of the congrow Tinei present House naturally relax their vigilance especially As it is that nothing taxi Cpl Router k Bilu will be attempted until january. Many members Are waiting until the Holiday recess before putting in Ai nppearanc.-. Kopro tentative Durborrow of 111 world s fair on any Are discontented with their Thev should remember that there is no other country in tie world where such conditions would not be accepted As highly prosperous. I believe the protective by Stem has been a mighty in Tramunt for the development of our National wealth and i powerful Agency of but the result of the recent election a new policy. We must assume hint Tho present Tariff is to be repealed and that there will to substituted for it a Tariff constructed solely with reference the president takes leave of the sub act by recommending that the matter ing Congress although he deems it a Natter for regret thai. The. Work must declares however that if this proposed Revenue Tariff gives the results claimed for higher wages and lower prices for that its authors and promoters will be entitled to Tho highest the relations Between employers and length and the president views with a. It the Tariff if pay Rolls Are to be t u Rill Raff of foreign countries in Europe should not be Al form he text of the next paragraph. President not s with satisfaction that our Trade and diplomatic arrangements Are undisturbed. He refers to to e reciprocity plan and thinks that we shall within a Short period secure countries of Central and South the Behring sea matter id dismissed now pending tie president regrets that in Many great Britain have been thwarted is this will full Aust Lluli. Xiv Voitk dec. The Herald says among Well informed democrats the impression exists that president elect session will be called because of things or. Cleveland said before starting on his shooting trip. To one of these he disclosed conviction Liat it would Brj. Or. Cleveland is expected to Tell the people exactly Ithyl he thinks of the extra session talk at the lie form club dinner december following concerning a former fort Wayne newspaper Man appeared n the columns of Tho Cincinnati com a e acid Gazette yesterday under a. Remains of Charley Fogg Tho bed by his wife on the morning of elect on Day were not interred at lanes Ter till the first part of this week. Or. Thoni Weixler proprietor of the daily Eagle kept them in the Ceme Jar. Cizler has been unsuccessful in Iii efforts to find the whereabouts of a in of Fogg s relatives whom he de a res to notify of Tho fact of his death and Tho resting place of his body. All Itiat or. U Eizler knows of the history of the deceased a that was born at Birmingham England uly 4, 1s5s, and after working at for a few years he went to Holland and Franco for a year. Eleven Yean so be Boston mass., subsequently Drifting West. Or. Welder has been trying to ind somebody who knows anything of on the sunday capital and journal from any person who could give them or. In thu Civ Early in acted in the capacity he left Here for Columbus who and from there drifted to Lancaster to -.va., a Bril Limtt newspaper Wii his paper fraternity he had Many friends. By Bavin dog fights sub they be got u stump tailed Bull Pup Over there which they claim Tan give and other Duj h Hai Iii a mid then lick s bind legs tied together. And such favor of mrs. Hoyt. Estimated liability is assets the failure Wil fall heavily upon mrs. Hoyt who is a widow and who was personal d called Down. From i Seiv Yoke dec. It is reliably re ported hut the l United states i Jovern ment will ii Trefero with the scheme of to a French Syndicate. It Toiv appears that Secretary of Foster bin sent a diplomatic note to the authorities at probable that Spain will relinquish its ill it. Tho profits to to obtained such an arrangement would it is said be very Abbett for senator. New York. Dec. The Herald this democratic society of new Jersey hold in Taylor s hotel Jersey City thursday night governor elect Iver named governor Leon Abbott As the nest United slates senator from univ governor Abbett s friends stamped their Lect and clapped their hands but hut. Others who did not like it have been. It is thought however Abbett will not have a Walkover if supported Sena Tor Satolli York. Dec a dispatch from Baltimore is authority for the statement tin figr. Sii Iolli the papal Delegate who has been in this country for out Appeal All religious imn Lions be Viveen Bishops and priests in the l United states. Whether figr. Maloll waa Fiven this authority with particular reference to the dispute which has recently been raging in the Newark Between father Patrick Corristin and Bishop wiggers and which now threatens to become still More violent is not yet be taken by the holy see has already in since Bishop latest Jev Lions Aro their Flat denial by the latter. The result of the Juver thus conferred upon Marr. Bastoli will be place in the hands of thai prelate the absolute settlement of the Dill Terence without even the necessity of a trial such As had wiggers. Try unit Flint fitly Dee. W. Start tomorrow afternoon in a fifty Day fast. The trial is to to made under the of Iho Western University. Physicians Wil constantly guard the faster who is to have no nourishment but water. He training for fhe fast during the past month and will Start in weighing pounds during his Clu tranium Arrora Texas. Too. Texas dec. Tho of facial count of the presidential vote in Texas gives Cleveland is. Harrison Weaver bid Well info. To Harrison s vote should added Republican for the Lilly White electors they being will re ulant. a Deo. A mass meeting of third was 1 Ehi yesterday at Liioi Ipson tie Home of. Thomas e. Watson the Defeated candidate for Congress from Tho tenth District. About negroes and 400 or 500 not marked Liy and in Rel enthusiasm. A collection to enable Watson to contest the election o Stock was taken up and about s500 to Mizii Sisco Lames Meas. Was released from the Michigan City Penitentiary last week. He will be remembered our readers a a pal of Marvin he was i captured in this City after being shot by a. R. Jackson who Volpini to years but by Good behaviour got free Chandler of Richmond Register

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