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Weekly Fort Wayne Sentinel (Newspaper) - February 5, 1896, Fort Wayne, IndianaEstablished 1833. A part i Jas to wednesday. Feb. Pages. Part of fist volume invalid i 2 to few Hundred weight which is the Hia heat Price asked for wire Naita in Many years. Only a or by the base Price Wai eighty Sivc controls the Iai her or Tho in Colic to do tact to lat it Tver been do tur Ltd. A in ooh Selems was work til in this to of Ltd. The Kibbee provided themselves with a Large piece of Canvas which they spread Oul on the ground Eloiie Kawile lie Aud upon which they had Thi dirt a they removed it. When they were it Ady to fill up the Hole they dumped the dirt of the canvass and not a Trace o it was Thiu Laft on the ground. A Small portion which they could not get into the Hole they carried on the Canvas to a Small Stream new by and dumped it into the water. This did away with All while the agreement wis being made Between the stung urn and lilo Ghoul and the latter found Hsia he was promised to take him to his destination in n buggy. A Asoka As the grave had been glued the trap looking Man left he went toward the West Side of tha cemetery and a a few Momenta a whistle Call was heard pre the Man with the Beard beckoned Torether to the Fence. The carried some of tha tools and the pair Wero met at the Fence by the other Man. On the Road outside waa another Tough looking with a two seated Spring Waguiu with one horse attached. There waa a Long Box under the seats into which the Corpse was to have been pieced. All the tools and Iho Canvas were thrown into this Box and the free robbers and the Young climbed into the seats. The two rough looking individuals occupied the front seat and did the driving. They mile before s word waa Vej Iokeau by any one of the Early and then the conversation waa limited of a Faw words. A her a drive which seemed hours Long to the Young Man they arrived at the place of his he alighted from the and he give robbers whom he had fooled drove rapidly toward the North whipping the horse at almost every jump. 4s they left the bearded Man reminded Lim of his prom flu to keep quiet about what he had been and he agreed to Leo. It was about so or u o clock in the discovery in the cemetery which to nearly unnerved him and it waa fully Hryc quarters of an hour before the of was completed and the body re. Silver or Bonds. Tim Hotsu lift vote Cui Maec were swept away. The River u now out of its backs and a swed Poi Navasota the and n Navasota Rivers have United Tuvlin Railei two Milea of the Sulu is nil Road track a in Mochy at the family to at raft was new Story told Liy Villi us Yalile a t Thuc Ovalo Job Bra. declared to be Stu icon Ciu Matt i i Shui King of usury tha pit Lusbure railway Tea for the funeral has not yet set. Edward wer intr Apt i Oue year died j at the of his parents of Eckert Treel sunday from of Turuc cured tuesday at the residence at 2 o clock. Kov. Sauer the following Are the deaths for the week dec bldg feb. 1. A reported by the cite undertakers August be Maun 37 years old in child of Tia Lea Oolda Aimer stillborn. Robert Brundige 14 Days old. I haunt Lou. Catherine Trarbach. 6s Sara old lung William Wehrma St years old old age Philomein limit years old hip Liri flin 40 Yem old our. . Ind., Jan. Tiie of 1805. Pitied by the republicans. County and involved the apportion meat act of 1s93, pawed by the Cra u. This also goes Down As Union Titu Joeal by a former decision Tho apportionment of and 1ssu were found invalid. Decision makes ii necessary to go Back to the act of 18 85 which a the last apportionment act d that has not Beec successfully attacked. Tho decision suggests that a special session of the legislature might be called to remedy the situation which his became chaotic by today s Deci the legislature is Republican and governor Matthews has said that he would not Call it together. The act of 1885. Now found to be in Force was y Assad by a democratic legis Lattye. The republicans will probably rile a suit attacking it the bold Over elected under the Law of Ere not disturbed by the decision. A a Bobbi big a nes7 feb. A Senate free coinage fur the Bouse Bond Bill was referred to the ways and Means committee a soon As it reached the House today. Under the rules a it Willber parted Back tomorrow or wednesday Wilh the recommendation upon in or. Skogley chairman of is ways Slid Means committee Saya that reasonable time for Delate he allowed. Tote Elver men Are asking for two Days in which to discuss the Bill. The Fate of the substitute a so Well assured that the House program excites almost no inter at a cent for the fact that it i 1 Furash the first direct test of the free Silver vote at from 100 to 125, the latter figure being the limit prophesied by the most sanguine Silver democrats. Or. Hartman of Montana predicts that the Republican vote for the Silver substitute will be thirty five or forty and or. Bailly of Texas says that about 70 of tha 105 democrats a the Bouse can be relied upon to support any tree Silver proposition. These Are based on the supposition of a full attendance which May not for there Are Many absentees this weak. There Ere several Southern republicans new members who Are an Uncertain Factor upon the financial question. Silver men Are preparing speeches upon the financial question Bata than the opponents of free . Tha new developments in the Al Sensat Louill than the tint Story. Wal Ham Walde the maa who j claimed to have discovered the Ghoul at work has made a new eat meat Thith diners very much from the lira p race Tutor dough Mic and Deputy Aiken placed tha Johnj Man on the rank again yesterday in order to get More particulars and the Story he told them this time ass new. He says now that hug statement of what happened inside Tho cemetery was wrong but that he was forced to Tell it that Way by the threats of the men whom he ran upon. His latest Story is As follows he says he Imd passed i rough the cemetery and discovered the Gnuva robbers at the West Fence next to the Creek. They us the body Nith them. When he saw them he started la run but they held him up with their revolvers. They compelled him to swear that a would never Tell what he i Caw. They asked there Hawas going and said they would take him to Hia. Stalk along with the in la the Creek and then to the Road where the Wagon Ivas at an Ding. They kept their revolvers drawn nil the Way. They took the corps Over the wire Fence the Wagon and we him get into the Wagon and sit with tone or the men on the bos. On tha Way to his Uncle a House the men made up a Story and told him and made him repeat it until be knew it by heart. Then they compelled him to swear that he would Tell the Story As they had Given it to him and threatened to kill him if he every told the truth. The Story they made up was the oae he first told. While repeating the Slort to the Mea in the struck him on the Lead. When a left bomb that a would never Tell but the Story they gave him. He now says they did not put the body Back in Tho grave and he Doea f nol know where they got it they a were outside the cemetery when he first saw them. 3 the foot Riata along the Creek Are of tub deep. Twirl hug i opt Riec be of u after c o clock in urday even of recent years occurred on the Lake Shore Road about 1uo Yards West of is Mary s Avenue. Cars and bound for Tho Nickel plate can gliding lung swiftly from he East. Irid ran him do it is killing Coad actor b. H. Cury and switchman u. D. Be Tia Wero Steding on the car next to the engine and heard the unfortunate Man s Star lied cry when the car struck him. Or. Cary gave the Alecil and Engineer Morris l. Dickey applied the brakes and brought the engine to a standstill within 100 feet of the place Ivy tre Accident happened. The Crew climbed Down from the horrified by Tho sight which met their gaze. The Rolsy the mangled remains co n due Tor a lantern they Reco Gairad the the body waa Cut in two at the Waist the head shoulders an i arms lying upon Tho Jenilu of the ties Trad the lower portion of the body and the legs lying Between the rails. Near by were ave eral packages containing Linen Wear. N couple loaves of bread and took which the poor fellow had in Hia arms when struck. One of the Sharp instruments waa driven into Trio Fleshy part of tha leg. The left hand was also mangled Tho wheels passing diagonally Over it third and fourth fingers. A Telephone message to police head quarters brought sergeants Jewell and Daseler with the patrol Wagon to the like ii to Peltier s morgue a hero Cor a Terrott viewed them. At Tho to que fit of the relatives and friends of the deceased the body waa then conveyed to Wellman s undertaking establishment hero it waa prepared for burial. The funeral wag held from the Thold Street at o clock tuesday afternoon Rev. John h. Bosch of St John s reformed Church officiating. John Welch the Veteran employee in the pit burp shops died at 6 o clock monday morning from general debility aged seventy three years. The deceased leaves a wire and five children As follows John and James of this City to Ionics Welc a mrs. Minnie Crane and mrs. Catherine Pennell of Logansport. The funeral will be held from St. Patrick b Church at an hour to be appointed later. Or. Welch was born in county Lujo Ireland and Camo to America about forty live years ago. Forty years ago he came to this City and immediately took position a wiper in the Pittsburg round House november 20 last when ill health compelled him to cease he labors. He was tary belief association. Catharine Trarbach wife of Charles Trarbach died last week at her Home no. 5b8 South Lafa Jetto Street from lung Ever. She was Sisty eight years of age mid a hush my and children. The funeral took Rance sunday at 2 o clock at the residence and at to j Ion lutheran Church. Last thursday occurred Tho death of William Wehrs at the lome of his daughter. Mis. Julius Fabian so. East Lewia Street a was eighty this and induced age. He was born in Germany Aad was an old resident of ibis City. The deceased leaves three Wehrs. Of Tillea View. I. John Danilet. Ind., and mrs. Lullua in Bias of this City. The funeral was acid sunday at it the residence and i o clock at the St Paul s lutheran Church. Robert the fourteen Days old Eon of Robert Brundige of no. 2.1 Houck Street North Side died last thursday of exhaustion. The funeral at la o clock saturday at the House. Inter moot was at Prairie drove. Mrs Mary Meeham died saturday at Tho residence of her daughter mrs Reorda Olmack near the feeble mind years and her death caused by the that were brought on by old 8gshe was born in Dublin. Ire and. Augurt2s.lkm.anil came to America who died several yes Rusgo. The haves Turro children mrs. and mrs. Frank lingers of this City mrs t. Quinn. Of Ilii Vood Mia flex Ltd in Rolli. Of ibo building died last mor Day from she a Ricken Wilh the Dii Oue last but on Salu Nlay she appeared Loba inc toxins Tut her death Youir Man startling Ami also lumber Shl Peinl to foreign Clatl Lar rail Tartu up b Judy towns ten Wash feb. 2 biggest Trust Ever formed on the Pacific has been consummated and went into effect last Naglit. It is the cantral lumber company of California and its Rembe Raolji includes every lumber Mill All ship own Era wholesale and retail dealers of tie Western coast of the United slates and British co Lumbia. All Charters of vessels and sales of lumber must to effected i Hough the Central lumber company Zibich regulates freight and puts the regulating also the product of each Mill and the proportionate amount of lumber each vessel shall carry during the Jear. Not ouly ate the markets of the sat thus controlled but the lumber i hip men in .0 foreign countries Are placed under he coast has its product regulated. In puget sound the daily output is 1.400.-000 feel. In the game proportion every other lumber Mill on the coast is regu ated but the regulation a do not apply .0 shipments by rail to Eastern paints. Polio first order by the Cor Pauy was to Advance the Price of lumber f 3 per thousand. Las1 or the estimated product of the coast was feet and the Advance will enhance the profits of the Mill owners the car Ami Ever 000. The Deal was made to include manure Cutrera Detalent and freight carriers. Members of the Trust claim they have at actual Cost and that the dealers in foreign and coast Wue markets were a aping All Tho profits. Under the now prices they say. The employees will be Laid a fitter weeks and Ilia Timber Meu eco Ive higher profits for heir logs. Although no other corporation of the Pacific coast controls such vast interests. More inn Iso Oceen railing vessels come under their trip through it rave St night is Ishri Ilij enough to the average per Aon without Rani no into a Efens grave robbers. But when the Ped Katrien m the lonely place comes squarely face to face Wilb. Such a baud finds a Corpse grave and almost Falls into the Wilvern jus opening himself. It is Enugu to such an experience rarely a is to the Japp ii and Juit Euloh a thing occurred c Lindenwood cemetery last tuesday night there Haa been a decided Effort to keep tie fact from the Public but Sis Risel has obtained sufficient q for mat Lon in regard to it to be Able a Moline with sensational features. A Young Naau who u Well in Lisa City bail occasion to go to the farm neat of the City last tuesday evening after business hours he started to make the trip on foot. Tho in yet was Beautiful the Moon aiming brightly and the trip would have been Pulci taut Only for tue thrilling experience which a met on the Way. Us Rode to the end of the Street car Iua on West main Street and As he Eft the car be met a Man walking Onard town who remarked to him hat the Road was Muddy and that he my better take a. Short Cut across Jinde Wood cemetery. The Young Man took the advice and climbed Over he and started on a lonely trip hroug11 the City of the dead. Lie had passed through perhaps half of the cemetery Wilh Bia Bead Down and h a eyes Ucon Tho ground picking his Way. Suddenly he found i Milf confronted by two maa. And wree Han that he Nas standing almost upon he caked Corpse of a Noman tosses ii. Wash feb. Tha ship. Louis Wlash. From Valiao brought two of the Crew Steward Chase and Cook Mitchell from the ship. Parthia. Ago 300 Milea Southwest of Juan Fernandez Island. Tho Parthia Coal Laden irom Liverpool to san Francisco. The Firat intimation that the ship was afire waa when a Derme volume of smoke burst through the main Hutch. Knowing the Coal was full of Gas and occur three boats in charge of Captain Carter and his list Anil second mate respectively were launched and Well provisioned. Tho same a Ter Coon when the beats were three Miles Dia of the ure. Four Days the three Boata remained together when mate s boat was lost sight of. The water filled the boats and All the Crew could do was to keep them baled out. Pec it was necessary to throw Over Hoard All the men s clothes and nearly a 1 the provisions. The Captain and first officer s boats reached Juan for Sandoz Island and from there they were taken to Valparaiso by a chilian the second mate s boat bad a severe Imo and was Tii Iteen Fiji reaching Valparaiso. For air Days they were without water Aad food. David Jones an american actor who was a passe c or two Days when he died and was buried i sea. The other occupants almost despaired or reaching Shore and were considering the adm ability of heir boat o Valparaiso where the Crew was taken ashore unconscious and nearly the Wendi Parker wounded by a Hail Tiru Oiin Farrl def or Trier. A Young lady living at the Ashley Dairy farm a Short distance North of the City was injured yesterday in a Peculiar manner and the Only wonder is that she waa not killed. Mis Parker had swept a room of the House in the course of her work and the a weeping she gathered up and threw tue i in the stove. Scarcely had the handful of dirt struck the fire when there was a Sharp explosion and e Bullet came speeding out through the open stove door. Miss Parker is idol noticed when Iho threw thai Luil into the fire that there Hud been Arno Ngit it b Cartridge of 32 calibre. This Cartridge exploded and the Bullet struck the bad wound. Or. George c. Stemen was sent for and a dressed the injure. Tho Bones in the hand ivern badly broken and shattered and the fl3eh torn in a grave move. The goods in question Are bicycle supplies. American Rifle Rullon Fri Elmir to Olu. Feb William cow Ell of Toledo Ohio Secretary of the International polishers Kin coat Ulta Tion today with toe executive Council of the american federation of labor asking for endorsement of the action of me polishers in declaring the Overman 50ods, manufactured at Chicopee fails mass As that factory Iva committee has agreed to so declare and information to this effect will to Bent to the association of he . The goods in question Are frightened away Lofoco accomplishing their trip co Iii n till was Al Roku null attic la maj Hal Iten Rullell half Morristown. February my. Elizabeth Dennis died last tuesday of paralysis and was buried in the Shiloh cemetery four Miles North of Here. Yesterday Persona passing noticed that the grave had been disturbed. Investigation showed that a Boie Hart been plug As far As the covering tie coffin and Tais and the grass door of the inner Ciket were broken with a heavy scantling. Then the to in tithe reams Dut at the opening but were evidently frightened away before accomplishing their purpose. The right Arm shoulder and the head were found protruding from the of an open grave. The Young Man was too frightened to speak or move but be stood like a atone. One f the men ejaculated Damn you Ruder. The latter Drew a revolver which had the elect of slopping the Man. Dae of the ghouls was Well dressed n a dark suit wore a Cep which was ratan Down Over his Eyth and he also had a Black Beard which was probably false on a used As a disguise. His double breasted coat was buttoned up Dummy looking fellow rather shabbily re Asp a. He also fore a Cap pulled Down As far As it would go. When the Young ran upon them a of the men to As standing at the Lead arid Tho other at Tho foot of the orphae. They realized evidently that hey could not Complete the Job since hey had been discovered. They then began to plead with the Young fellow o keep quiet about it and never say a word. Uliey agreed o replace Lite Tody in the grave if he would Promise hat he would not report what to had Een. To this the Young Man assented Kiad to a Able to do anything that Fuld get himself out of the place and out of the scrape without injury. While Thia talk had been going on he Young Man Iok a careful Survey o he surroundings. The grave had been dug t pen Nilli a pick and shovel which was lying near. Tho lid of the outside Strons Box removed by the Aid of a Nail Puller with which the heavy nails iad been extracted. This lid was listed out whole. Checof Linlie was broken open and chopped into splinters or rather n portion of it with a Hatchet which was also lying on the ground. When this much had been done the. Body. Nas. _ taken out in a ghastly and startling Man nor. A Long implement waa used for that which had a pair of Hooka on the end shaped like an a these prongs were just far enough apart to atch into the eyes of the Corpse of the other end of the tool was a Large ring Lor a handle. This had been lowered and when the Hooka were securely fastened in the sockets of Tho eyes the body had Lieen drawn from the coffin to Tho surface of the Earth. The Hooks were still in the eyes when the Young Man discovered Tho parly. So Csc thing waa visible anywhere around and it is Likely thai the ghouls had removed All this from the Corpse As soon a it Hwy been taken out nod that it had been throw Back into the Guvo. In Hen it agreed that the body should be replaced and the Young Man say nothing thu utter ant Down at the foot of a big trea. He was incited and so overcome by Tho sight that he Camo near fainting.1 he washed his Fra a a Aniual of Snow to revive him self. The Robibera Low fed Ibe body into Tho grave again replaced the in a door. William Block and Oscar l. Miller for february. Trio Mi-se.1 11 Tel of him Holli. The storms in Progress the last of january under the Strong combination of Rusca will run Inlo the storm period reaching from february Utt oath. H will turn much colder about Ith to Goth but the temperature will Rise again As Moon about the 7th, and More read Grill occur about the 7th to 9tn. Another cold Nave will come in about the 9th Aud a regular alarm period runs from about 2th to 17th, with new Moon the Lith go near the Equator a on that Date. It will Gro much warmer non it the 13th, stud heavy storms of now and blizzards in the North will pass eastward Rocs the kith to 17th. Followed by another cold wave. A reactionary storm disturbance Falls from is 1 eth to 22nd. Look for and now from about the 1 eth to 22nd, brat in Western sections of course progressing eastward As the period de Vencus. All storms do the same in this respect. Prepare Lor a general cold wave behind " these storms effects of which will be Felt far to the South causing cold generally up to about the 24th. Laet. Storm period of the month begins on the and runs to the end of the month. In View of All he Dis turn log Pauaea present we forecast a Stormy closing for february. Look for sweeping gales rising to dangerous pro sea. Rain Snow will attend the disturbances causing floods ice Gorges and the like southward with blizzards northward. The storms will a closely followed by a violent cold Nava for the season which will be Felt by March i appendicitis. Superintendent Mcnutt. Of Tho Street railway company we operated upon this Forenoon by drs. George c. Stemen and e. E. Morgan for of Al auction of the bowels. Or. My Suttas Beon a Sutterer for some Lime but it was Taketo his bed. A operation was arranged Lor the result of which of other physicians and students. Present indications Are it will result favourably though this will not Lenann for a certainty before i Mcrrow. Trie Many Friend of or. Win Iii will wish imbros. Feb. Forbidding Bond be a Gilill taken by the part they went to i a there was a suspicion among some that the Graro of the Laic mra. Or. Sitt a1 calf was the Ono that hid Heen robbed if and Joseph Ssu tiers. A hither in in to the deceased had the Grove opened a yesterday afternoon. It was found to Jas have been untouched a huge Stone-4.-Alab creatine Ovar the casket. Other Graves Are to a opened in order to my if possible the one that Haa been desecrated. J Harrlson s friends n place for visit a nines to or in Verili i til shocking court draw a Good sized crowd londay morning. The court room was Well filled Wilh .epocir.lors, who no doubt expected to hear something Sec William Block and Daear b. Miller were arrested Early that morning for Mal Cimis Trust so. They nent to Blind Kov. Josoph Cook sufi ering from xer vows feb. The historic first Vun Arian Church on meeting House Dorchester a familiar land inert and Tho oldest Church in the District was destroyed by fire today. The Loba is estimated at. J30.000. But this amount is covered insurance. The most valuable appurtenances of the Church which were kept in the vestry at the rear were saved. A new Vigo St presented to Hie Church by Deacon Henry Humphrey in was directly above the place where the fire started and Tho clock and ohime of Bells in tha Tower were a total loss. Four i Remet were injured by a falling Wsul on the East Side which completely enveloped them but they were rescued by their Sci nudes. Tho injured Are Captain by an Chard severely burned fireman Ilott wrist broken and burned. Samuel killer burned about head John Givin bad Scalp headless body of in woman found by Trio ind. Feb. 4 has been some talk to tha effect that Gene Rel Harrison now that he is no Ore the St Louia convention might Lecome a candidate for the United tales Senate or at least might be general Harrison himself. Waa not disposed Topalko n this or other subject. Saying that be had no Moio to say than waa embodied in his letter. A close Friend speaking Utho relatively said however that it Ould be set Down a a certainty that Jeneral Harrison would not become a candidate for the United slates Senate Hern were other party men who Liu of pred to this Othot and in was no in mention of his to mix a a canvass with which he has nothing to Iti Tuhn o like Ali arc ii in Liuima he captured. V Cis Cismati Ohio fun. 1 sensational muder was discovered curly this morning in Kentucky about n half Mila from fort Thomas. Some of James lock who Ima in the Alexandria Pike while going to their labor found Tho body of a Young woman in a somewhat secluded place about fifty Yards from the Pike. There were evidences of i fierce struggle and the astonishing fact of the Case is that the victim was beheaded and toe head missing. Nothing has been found to establish the identity of the murdered woman or to give n clue to the of mrs. Nier Nian no. 171 Erie Street at about two o clock and wanted to get in. Both were drunk. Mrs. Nierman refused to admit them and they proceeded to Lineal windows and doors. Block smashed a window and in doing so Cut his hand. Miller kicked in a front door. The police were notified and sergeant Daseler and officer dict Mardson found the two men n the greenhouse not far from mrs. Nierman a House. Mayor 0-Ikley found them guilty of malicious trespass fined them 50 each. Reagan was also before the mayor. He waa arrested at about Midnight by of cer Harkenrider for try ing she was Hick 011 sturday and sent for no. After to got through work Reagan became intoxicated. At about Midnight be went to the House and could girl hear him to he started to raise a window in order to got a o see her to was pretty full and Tho result was hat he broke the window and made a great Niao. This aroused the Man of he House who hurried out and the supposed burglar. Reagan gave himself up and ant on the front stoop of the Housti until officer Harken court he Tom his Story and the girl waa there to corroborate Hia he showed plainly that he bad not intended to commit o burglary or any other Crimo. De the mayor a Fine of 510. So for Antosi edition. Regan necessary Oish. She paid Hia iliac and they went away locked arms mid under an umbrella built for two. Fie Orga Petgen another our of the gang of alleged boy burglary who have been Opi rang in the Smith part of the City for some time past was captured St Warsaw last saturday and brought to Thia City a the evening. On monday in police court he was Given a preliminary hearing. Mayor Oakley sent him to the circuit court. Saturday the other three members of Tho Pang Tom Cook Harry Cook and a Hoy Nawl indecent a. Feb. Joseph Cook of Boston who recently returned from Australia and Japan la at the sanitarium Clifton Spring buffering lie is nearly Blind owing to a weakness of Iho optic nerve. Lie will he taken to his cottage at Lake George Early in the Spring where it u Liodes caught in tie act at the Wayne club. He i to stealing i hold Barber a cup Liiro. Tough coloured Man named b Rhodes Nas captured last night we f trying to Rob the Cash drawer at i Charles Harvuot Harvuot and l. B. Rets decide. Watch and try to catch the thief. Rhoades appeared in the club office. I minutes he returned and began prying open the Cash drawer with an ice pick Larry Harvuot was on watch land fired a Ahot at Rhodes. The latter started to run and Harvuot fired Aplin. This awakened Tea other pities in the building and Kees covered hv.1- j with a revolver until Harvuot i him. Toe police Trero called and 1 Rhodes was locked up in the Polico j elation. 1 for several months a warrant Brm been out for the arrest of Rhodes f Fabj stealing from the. Randall berber shop during to Cente by week. I a police court this wee confronted with this charge ins or the one from the Wayne club entered a of guilty and bound Yaj Over to the circuit court in tha sum of 300. The police Fay that 5 find Lias Coram Llod numerous robberies in Thia a couple of Plain drunks were also in court and were gent to jail. Ill . The Oscar b. Miller who Ritua police court yesterday or kissing a of Krie Street was not Miller t Well Nojin Young Man in Koot to store. Thu explanation is Marie Justice to the latter gentle can. Millions lost. in t Ullin ill Plain. . Pa., feb. Chestnut Street above Broad was visited Early yesterday morning by one of the fiercest fires this City has known for the Eaven Etory building of Charles e. Huseltine. Mig and 14 is Chestnut Street and the adjoining Iive Atory a Tauchira of the Baptist publication society and the american Baptist historical society were destroyed. Thu buildings damaged by Are and water and falling Walls were the four Story dry goods House of Homer be Boutil Lier a co., 1412 and 1414. The dwelling at 1422 owned by the Wista restate and the hotel Lafayette fat Broad and san Bam streets. On either aide of the main Entrance to the ii Tine building were the piano of Hal let Davis Al 1416, and of Steinway co. At 141s. The two Baptist Soei Otiel Loat urge and valuable collections of paint Iuga books and curios. Tho detailed losses Are estimated a close to ibis a the e. French takes his own life. Tiitu myriads of ghosts. Pebb. Feb. 3 the report which has been current for come Days to the effect that a House in Thiol City was haunted was investigated by a party of people who report All kinds of strange noises and tapping which were very mater Iowa and could not be accounted for and that the Giand finale came by a scare by the whole army of ghosts which to frightened the crowd that they rushed from the House and ii ii claimed some of them Are still going but the ghost stil holds Forth Alliance. Wish autos. Feb. 4 National Farmer s Alliance and Industrial Union met today at the National hotel each state a entitled to from one to iwo delegates and nearly every state is fully represented. A. Wills is of is president of the Alliance and p. Duncan of South Carolina Secretary. While the leaders of Tho Alliance have Long held that the Urgani lotion is non political it is understood that Preat pressure a being Brou fit to Bear to Bare resolutions Cdon cd which will bring the Alliance us a body into Tho than cml fight array aug the order on the Silver Side. As the National Alii Anco is supposed to Hect Tho feeling and the event Onienta of Tho Farmers of the country the meeting is of interest it is claimed by Tho Del Galea the Alliance u stronger than Ever before in its history. It 13 in Fino shape financially As Well a in numerical Yore feb. Former police committed suicide to Day by shooting himself through the heart. For some despondent and recently told his wife Bat he waa worried Over business matters. At another time to said to mrs. French. You would a better of if i were riot his Frienda lava observed Tuat both in appearance and in conversation or. French was not quite himself. So far Asia known there waa no adequate cause for his Saloon keeper must Pat. Ind feb. 1 w. Ellis was killed last summer by railing Rora his Wagon Niia intoxicated. His widow sued James d. H Hui of keeper of Converse for Selling Lura the liquor and today was Given damages. The Case will a to the House. The is nil c i1jii will come lip Bond Bill was taken by the commit ten on ways and Means today. Tho Bill was brought up in the commit pc meeting and or. Crisp moved that the concur in be Senate amendments. On the vote Allol the republicans present there was no discussion of the chairman Dingley to report the recon St once. The Bill will be brought we in the House Maeooa Ai the District o Columbia appropriation Bill now under debate a finished which May lie As collectors Ulvi Tuler Lilly to . Albok Ohio feb. A novel of collecting bad debts and getting Cuya hoga Falls. Race has agreed to All old Bills which Are regarded and Are sanguine of getting a Nice gum of Money out of them. Instead of collectors prominent women will wait on the alow pay people and Fay appealing to their better natures Hope to them Kou Iio. Ind. Feb. 1 Lillian Wil ton teen year old daughter of Isaac Wilson dropped dead in the schoo room at the Duncan school House near Here yesterday. She had just Arisen to recite a legion when sue Tell and died found not guilty. Col Wiki. Ohio Keb the jury in Cue Coit Oma St Circleville returned a verdict of not ii Ilia. The jury pm out three Days. Col. A. B. Coit my indicted for manslaughter by the grand jury of Fayette county. He into the mob at Washington court House in october 1s93. Tho trial Mas diet k of vital interest to Tho National guard of wish scion feb. The House committee on foreign altars it is after noon adopted by a vote a Resolution censuring Bayard of Liu two speech a Al Edinburg Ned Lou lie High court of the Niue Pendt order of kor Sleis will hold a meeting at a Fayfetta. On the 12th in which will Tui idea by or. Tekoa. Of Toronto Canada High c Ranger. R. V. Hunter of the Centra Finby Titian i Hurb of Terra Flaule inks been elected of the wino a Assembly and the a Embly will my the Church to the Puto that to May devote Bat much time to i Bis new feb. i. Dunlap. Proprietor of Ihei , waa convicted in the United Olalea Ili strict court this morning of eroding indecent matter through the of the the rampage. Fort Worth to com feb i brain River is Al ill Riding at Columbia. It fifteen feet in Twenty hours and Tain mean. So Tbs test Els ail Intro Pali Rel. A. Feb. The Wir addressed it circular letter to jobbing Trade giving notice of another Advance in prices of Centa per Hundred vat Iurii. Thu Jhu Ojjeh lire the outside Bulj drove no nails i toil. Tho coffin lid a in splintered that it he replaced. Then the dirt been taken from the grave in skilfully that it would take a feb. Tho i Olit tiie col hians have occupied the contested territory on the of French Tfir Lac. Of Gramville. Linse to ten inc ass of Hig wife who disappeared with of Kniffen of Smith att recovering from s severe attack i grip. F m. If aul Urr j in i

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