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Weekly Fort Wayne Sentinel (Newspaper) - January 29, 1896, Fort Wayne, IndianaStab lipped part first wednesday. Jan. 189k.-Kight pages. Part volume la Iii. Numb Jack Gomez the cloning in l Poi ills army. Jan. Ii. Ftp Tain Hen Mel Marin cabled today from Havana to minister Dupuy a lome saying that in iras believed lose Maceo s insurgent band had been located East of the Couto River in the province of sin Otago de cubs and that Kabi was wounded his is regarded a of Epe Bud Kosbi Haa been depended upon by the insurgents to supped Roma in province. Maceo s posit Ion on the Couto River it is said iia Yeii that it will take him thirty Days to reach go Ems even if unopposed. Tha wounding of Babi u believed to cripple the d frisson leaving Gomel alone to withstand the Spanish forces Nahieh purpose Clos ice in him. The dispatch also gives the killing of the which in belief coed to to Garin formerly it is believed of Texas who has been Foremost in burning plantations. The Captain general a dispatch is As follows Jan. The Day before yesterday major Talvera. Of the american regiment Defeated the band of Rullel. Numbering about 200 men disbanding them and killing chief Castillo and a splurging eleven horses Supplew. Following up the insurgents he found Bod of about 300 men Iho mexican dislodging mexican. They had Many wounded Aud the troops captured also horses the lieutenant of Tho civil guard of the Cervantes Post met the Robe in the tiny Kano Plantation a Mataniu taking ten prisoners among them the Leader Jacinto Coll do capturing also Tjoa and ammunition which they left in their flight. Commander Alonzo yesterday in Cie Chigos province with the bands of Sanchez. Aniceto Henna cd and Auklet the enemy had twelve killed fifteen wounded live horses killed and lit teen captured with their saddles. In bated Halbaub province fifteen insurgents have voluntarily surrendered two with their Aims. According to Home news not yet confirmed. Joae Mecca with 1 300 men have crowed the Couto River marching to the West. Minister Dupuy do lome adds Jose Maceo reported now As passing Couto a River in the Eastern part of Cuba near Fia Jamo and to ustillo was. According to insurgent reports in the province of Banti Elsie with Rabi. This Leader a already reported was wounded in an engagement with general Essco in View of the pending request of Yeo Nulan commission to the British government sir Julian s Call at the great Britain s probable answer to tto letter of Justice Brewer transmitted through Secretary Olney but in is understood that the ambassador had no information to in put on this subject and that the British foreign office has not Given intimation As yet a to its purpose. There is reason to believe however that there will he no action on the Brewer letter within a month or More As the request will go through the usual slow channels of diplomacy. The answer of Venezuela is expected to he delayed until about february 14. As the Annil transmission of the request and answer will Lake the Loit his started for Wash no tit of of will carnival of the Roll rated a cold and saturday rapidly. At her Ter two daughters. Dwiggi i Montiy was in Philadelphia set tuday what 110 tilled of Hilr approaching old. He arrived Lefore Liia Mother became wholly unconscious Ami by the woman be has publicly said did More for him than Nuy of her being on Ike caws by none ready. Ujj Tii. And Wiea Illey Are Ca Ishad will iut on All Hirsius. Tiptn. Ii a be trustee Al l old of i flaw in Tel Iufer. Who n Tinort Minifi ago. A i wife and four children. Tho funeral waa yield Al the Pednea Luther in Church Ai o Cleta. Mis. Kynsi p. By Abr of or. Calvin Anderson of no. 123 West Wayne. Died at her Home in Marion. A. Lail sunday. The funeral Occum k. J. Anderson will leave Lor Norrow to attend tic Iun Cral. My. Knupp a Kekiwi in to Lucity. The Follo Wim Are the deals for the ending Jan. As reported by i Cecily undertakers child of ceo. F. Borne 1 Day old spas ii. Phoebe Keim 50 years old paralysis Ilice m. . Years old. Con Anna Miller. In years old Cam Plica a Liilie of George mitts. Day old. Amelia g. Metcalf. 41 years old Hicksville Road thoroughly discussed at u of harness men. Hui a Mau. I Illel Roby thj3 Bajue has Loat another Pioneer i the Perianu of Herman who passed Awty Ait thursday it the residence of his son i. H. Liar pm an Corner of Uanna and Waltuce Streu. The deceased had been in the enjoyment of Eicel Lenl health All Hia life ind up to h jew Days ago. Was in the Ual decay Iho vital Powers und Lor it few jays . The Haiir cities have til Ifan cd rep idly. And the Ven Froble old gentleman was it Sully Laid with the friends of his youth who had preceded him to the other Shore. Herman was born in the year 1322 at Amelsberg near Munster mid spent his Early Days n agricultural pursuits. At the age of Twenty two he came to America and it first settled in Peru where he engaged he was married in 1s52 to miss Anna Richler of fort Wujen. And the following year he moved to the Small town and established the first brewery which waa situated on Essl waa Hinton Street Between Lafayette and Clay and which waa known for is Hart Man brewery. He built up a Largo Trade and Hia brewery grew to Large proportions. A continued the business until when he sold out Aud retired from Active life to enjoy a Well earned May 5, 189u. The partner of his journey through life was called away and since that time he had Lul waited a similar Call which came Ift St night five children and ten grandchildren survive him. Tho Only member of Hia immediate family who is left is his sister mrs. Schierman of is East Washington attest the children Are j. H. Parlman oath Lacity Tho Well known grocer with whom the old gentleman made his Home mrs. Theresa Meterc. Of Saa franc Loco mrs. Regina Wall of ban Francisco mra. Anna Kulm. Of hop land cal., and sister Mary nit Holins of the order of notre Dame of Tenta Polis. Tit. The deceased was a member of St Mary s benevolent society of St. Mary s Catholic Church of which institution he was one of the pc Unedia. He was also a number of Tho Allen county old settlers society and was s regular attendant at All of the meetings of the pioneers. At these gatherings his How of quaint Gerr Cun humor undimmed by age and his fund of reminiscences made him a general favorite. Hii h a him thu respect of Ell Wilh whom he came in con tact during his Long i e end 1 ked by Young and old. Emma Cain an inmate of the feeble minded Institute died Friday from epilepsy. She was fifteen years old and her Home was in Ripley county where her father u a Farmer Thyl remains were buried at the. Institution cemetery sunday. Word has been received that mrs. Banks of Antwerp. Ohio is dead. Like a lightning dish from a Clear Sty Cirar that news last monday Bat Thomas t. Ii Ilia was dead. The deployed by the e Eulric corporation. In was apparently in Good health and spirits who ii he bade Hia shop mated Good night saturday evening and departed for Hia Home. They were therefore Illy prepared for the news of Liis demise which preceded them to the works monday and Tho Shock was evidenced by the sad countenances of Tho men m they Quiello performed their respective duties. Or. Griffin Cama to fort Wano live or Sii yes re ago rom Yawn. To. He was a Witch no Kerr hut finding business in that line Dull in fort Wayne he sought employ ment at the electric works and was put to work in the instrument department where none but Tho by slow Are employed. At his Home he had rigged up a Little shop for repairing watches and clock and would devote his evenings to this work raking in Many b Dollar by Hia Industry. A Star Day evening lie was engaged until o clock re Patriok a watch when he was taken with it slight chill and retired growing worse to told his wife to Send for a physician mid or. W m. Enslen was summoned. But the Jis Esse was obstinate and the remedies usually employed in such costs file to produce Llie desired effect. Or Tillin Ocsan to sink rapidly at noon sunday it which hour he Becam or. M f. Frier to his assistance 1 from that hour until the end the came this Relief at Honda morning. Or. Cridlin was born in Germany in 1349, and Nas forty Sivi ars old in wife and several children the Htit about sixteen years ol-1. The de Cebu pm was h member of Phoenix Irdi no. 101, a. Zuj of Forf Vayr. Lodge so. 13, a. 0. U. W., which w have charge of the funeral. August stun inn died sum Lay his Home no. 65 John Street from in of the Boiteux. He was kit Floii 1-Tllf. I i Tull Allyl 111 in Hijiko comity you firmed by Tho Mireme Jan. Senator Cul a the Senate today sad during his Peech on the subject that be was mpg Pleil by the carnival of blood pre Elled for Agea had Beau perpetrated Tea until it was the slightest out. A turkish army hid robbed Murden a and flayed ave the people of Armenia there Ornado of ruin bloodshed and death a Demon of fanaticism had been let nose. There was a responsibility somewhere u did not rest with the Avi Hjuler of Turkey the Sultan ack of this were the deputies of the Ountria of the european Alliance seeking their territorial advantages. Hese countries were responsible. The was hut a puppet in their Handa t waa a matter of regret and Ember Sament continued or. Cut Lorn that he policy of the United states As such As to prevent the sending f a Fleet into turkish Waters to put n of to Tho bloody Rule prevailing. But ii rope had assumed the obligation of protecting Armenia. The people of 10 United states were intensely in Yre sled in seeing the obligation exe used and the purpose of these Reso a on waa to Lead with the greatest Arn Selness for the Protection of it was uni aging to the people of the United state to witness this appalling Aughter and at the same time to see to indifference of the Christian towers. There was a double obligation Pon England and yet nothing had Eon done to stay the hand of the Ultan. Except by fruitless diplomatic correspondence the Powers said or. In Lorn appear to is waiting for the involution of the ottoman Empire Utha expressed doubt As to the reported Alliance Between Russia and Turkey. Or. Cul Loai said the United tales had no purpose to interfere in he affairs of Europe except in the pro dec top of american citizens and in the ame of humanity. The United states lad spoken in the name of humanity n the affairs of Greece and of Jan. 27 Olney has received by name an Appeal Liesburg praying that a dipole Colic if of the United Stales be ent into the Transvaal to look heir interests. Nothing ii in the Ablest am in tiie nay of direct Sugges eur from the Tuii naval Gove raiment air Irei bust for resident Loie Icaca. At present the United Tate is without a Uip Romalic repro and All of our diplomatic business with Liat con Livent done through the medium of the United Spates representative at the Home of the african colonies in Europe. The appointment of a minister to the would not it 11 said signify hat the United states was disposed in by manner to commit herself to the Odrae that u is warranted in inferring in the internal affairs of Tho Oer government desired by the american and other foreign residents f the country and the functions in hat direction of the minister would be Imit etl to seeing that our Cit tracs were Curein their lives and property tie club House Al Hifa Wayne hotel 1 he Tansy evening which i Etta called for the Puri Oso of considering the Burlil no of the Leotric Railroad from Forl Wayns to Hick Avillo ind Bryan. Ohio. Thucie present Werft re present a Tiv to men of e try am the meet or. Mcculloch a by Copria of Iho work that has already been dont. Securing Road. He will est Imit of Tho Cost of the work us been made and also estimate of tha prob Shle amount of business Tinl would Jeanne. John h. Hart of Hicksville Ohio and j. R. Cole Grove. Of washing on d. C., the prims n tha matter and same. Cole prove is a practical electric i ail Oad Man or. Mccurl Lccy. Eaid considering. Or. Colt Grove estimates Bat the rond be built and equip red Complete Lor a mile the tack to so constructed that it will the Able to carry Standard railway cars. Or. Colegrove thinks fort people should take about Worth of the Stock of the company. With this and other subscriptions which can a obtained along the Ine Sod Tho Sale of about to Worth of bands or. Oil Grove Hinks the Road pm be built and to is confident that the dividends will not in Lees than 20 per cent on the u the intention to have the line note acct All the lines of railway on the rout so that there pm be an inter the matter was discussed at considerable length by messes. Mcculluch c. S. Bash Peny a. Randall Henry Hea Dell. Frank Alderman. Mayor Oakley and others. Ali general impression was that the Road should be constructed and owned by parties living Here and along the line. A. Committee consisting of messes. Mcculloch Beadell and Bush win appointed to Confer with the fort Wayne commercial club and then report at a future meeting. Ilir in Trio court has decided a Case involved k. Vast amount of lend in like county. The decision is of great a parlance As it bottles n number of he ii gift Haa been carried in for metre and the decision of yesterday affirms be finding of the lower tribunal. It gives the disputed land to Edwaad Roby. The land lies in the Northwest corer of the county and is a part of what i known is the swamp lauds of Tho late and being redeemed bus become Alu Abla. Annie Coan claimed the and. Tho court Holda that the land in question. Including that covered by i Olf Lake and the dry land on abide re Pisa de to the Ohn Eruhin of he state from from the United states government under the terms of the swampland act of ism. And the patents issued to to e state in ij53, and no land whether under Wolf Lake or elsewhere Ould be resold or re surveyed by the Jov Crement. The decision then de Lares that the Surrey a of ie75 Aud Iho ides under them were nullifies. Toby and others secured titles o the land ii Ler the origins surveys by virtue of Atenta from the United states and rom the state to their Remote Gran tors. In 1s34 Wolf like was surveyed and old. In 1sst the Fedora Rovern Mant surveyed the bed of the Lake and latter them. Thieo Lota were sold de of lakes Wolf and Sorge have risen. Only last week one Case was ried in the Porter circuit court on a Hange of venue from this county. Edi Riard Hoby. As owner of marginal ote claimed by title extended to the enter of the Lake if the decisions of be lower courts have been valid or at East he was entitled to sufficient of the Edo the Lake to fill out his lend in a clonal proportions. The decision beets All Indiana lakes and will have hearing upon the suit of j. Ii. Meyer against Armour to co. This is a suit wherein plaintiff claims land to the enter of Cedar Lake and that from this Armour co. Here for b number of ears been har taling the be. But the most important part of the a Isloa to this county is the fact hut it affirms the former decision of he courts in deciding valid the title to he Tolleston club to its 4.000 acres of e claimed swamp land. Then too. Here were two surveys but Iho supremo ourt decided that the original or mar Inal Survey the Rove Rome it conveyed All the right and title it had in thu and. This club a composed of wealthy hic goans who Como out to Tolleston to Hunt wish. Guards within Hester rifles a stationed on watch Ewers to drive off invaders and when Hunter strays on these grounds to is Portunato if he escapes being clubbed most to death. Haulers been hot by the i bids nod two of the actor have been shot by an in ended victim. To has been hoped tent eventually the county would be re sieved of this great evil by the courts deciding the Lite to these lands Lay in he stale but this last decision of the supremo court removes the last Hope and Lii Skea this club o permanent was hell sus Fortine. Ind Jan. County treasurer William e. Heal handed Hia resignation yesterday to the commis toners. Who accepted it and appointed George Webster cashier of the Marlon Bank to serve until another treasurer was elected. A Short time ego it was discovered that treasurer heal was Hort in Hia accounts to Ilia amount of bout this was immediately urged Tito the by Hia Bondsmen who requested that be be kept in official knowledge of the shortage Aud he matter waa kept under advisement until yesterday when heal settled Tho John p. Campbell i. M. Cai and John Lut Lifto investigate the condition of he accounts in the treasurer s office. Campball is a Republican and cos a Democrat and both i treasurers. While Roll iffy a prohibit font and i Eui ilor of the county. Sea has turned All of his property Over to his clothing Smuin at Hollcr i known ice i Loop situated end main streets has Lisen placed a he hands of e trustee who will wind up the affaire of Llie this step was taken Al n Lite hour saturday night by or. George w. Heller one of the members of the firm. Tue a Stissi. Informed monday morning that the partnership existing Between messes. Tell mfr and Laukel waa to Empire on february 1 by limitation. Some difficulty arose Between the winding up the partnership and it be Cane evident that the trouble could not be patched up. Therefore 011 rut or Jay night or. Heller i Eluted the chatty mortgage covering the entire assets of the firm naming Robert b. Hanna m trustee Aud specifying the following George Bruck a co new York. 138 to. Stera a Beira ubic Aeo Ilia a. I a w. Sum Thield Cincinnati f 900. Kuhn Sathan i Fisher. Chicago Crown Suspender co., new York 131.63. Horikoshi to co. New York 95. co., Chicago Milton Schwerin i bro., Philadelphia jigs j. Schloss Bros. A co Baltimore 9.32431. Hart. Schrivner a Mars Chicago f3.269.70. Adolph Wald new York 53-10.15. Gera on Meyer i co., Rochester j342.10. Henry Geter Sho or a co., Cincinnati 5350.50. Cohen Brown a cd. New York 5350.0.1 Freeman Bros. 1 co new Vork 70. Blumton Taal Bros. Co. Philadelphia 9165. Steckar Keilman a co., Cincinnati Hewer to Potter Boston 05 Henry Sann Ehorn to co Ballimore f a. Rothschild in bro., Chicago Elizabeth Mergel. For rent j15s.33. The total amount of the above indebtedness is Tho store is closed today Aud the Stock is to be in matter will be cannot yet be told. There May be some kind of a Deal the Brm will continue the business but this in not yet known positively. The globs was one of the leading clothing store of Tho City. It to have assets off 20 000 Wilh which to cover the a club. I Eil Kayer Liue struck his old huh an Are says tic Salta i lit slides this Iilo Kieu a far of Luluk a it Clef Parr prisoner in slice court last Mon dby was Fred Beyerline. Of no. 32 Jones Street he was charged with assault and Battery upon his father an old Man of sixty two years. Sunday morning. Dot Clive Ray Houser who lives in the came neighbourhood was called to thu Bearline Rayhouser entered the House he found the old Man Silling Oil a chair in a Corner of Llie room As it died. He head resting on his hands. Stand Wilh a huge club uplifted ready to strike. As soon As Beyer line saw Kaj Houzer he turned from his father and made a Rush for him. The club still upraised. Rayhouser saw he must not Quick so he pulled his gun and the sight of it mopped the brutal Man at once. He threw aside his club which was h piece of curtain pole about four feel Long and is Haimer attempted to arrest him. This brought on a scrap. Beyerline struck at the officer numerous times but Tho latter dodged his blows. Beyerline then seized it Billy which Wuh stick my out of Ray Houser s pocket and then the detective knocked him Down. The first time it did not Settle him but when he had been knocked out the second time Tho furious Man subdued. In the meantime Kay Oiiver Hud Given his keys to a brother of Beve Ine and Trio latter had gone to the Nea est Istrol Box and called the Wagon which arrived by the time Iho detective Hail subdued his Man ulcers Hines and ton the n mess Ted in taking care of the Pruner. In police court this morning none of the family appeared As witnesses although they promised Rashou Burbey would a on hand. The result was that Beyerline was Only Given eleven Dayan Iii. He is a big Burly Man. As Strong Assn of. While his father is old and frail. The brutal son had struck the old Man a blow on the hand wit i a club and there is no telling Arhat the result would have been had not Rayhouser arrived. It is said that there Hsc been some trouble Between the father and son which Are said to Bear the old for Jan. 27. The american Loard received the following cablegram Phill Poplis. This morning Turkey armenians saying that the Micsion ams have proven disturber. This is Pun go mint without trial United states minister Terrell denounces the charges As the Rbt. Judson Smith secretory of the american Board Here tates that Tho Barnum referred to a lev. Ii. S. Barnum of constantinople and that the charge a absolute in with it foundation As All the missionaries have kept themselves free from All political complies Lions in filibustering Steamer gets Wilh fire Kimii Cuil Musil. Mini our fur to Ltd Jan. The Spanish minister has informed the Santo department that last Friday night thes Teamor j. Hawkins left new York Frith an expedition of 150 men arms and focal into Tircia that she May go Palm Beach or elsewhere that she will pass in the untied anniversary untie . Neil Krs Jun v. Mcmillan. The social event of the season in Bloomingdale society was the Celebration last Friday of the twelfth anniversary of the marriage of or. And mrs. John v. Mcmillan with reside at . 16 East fifth Street in which the participants numbered Ever a half Hundred. The party was gotten up by mrs. S. Conklin and to secretly was it arranged shut the Host and Lio slots knew no thing about it until their Home was invaded Liy their self invited friends. They were equal to the occasion however and Lade their guests the evening was devoted to Gumus music and social Chat followed at 1 1 which had been prepared by mrs. Conklin. The anniversary being tie Linen wedding of the couple the presents which were numerous and some of them very Tine were chit try Lions. Those present were messes. And mesdames a. S. Coverdale Perrin. Bryson Allgeirr. Blount conk in. Stonecifer. Love Hoertig Ite cach v Debroe Mcmickin. Weber Al Risbel. 1 vase Man egg Leatoa Watt arson an 1 Dersona. Miller Alder Rule Parker 1 Mcdonald Young. Paul. Or. Keltner. Misses Linday Mary Sarah of clip mollify Archer Lulu to the civilised world As this laughter in Turkey the greatest tile senator believed in Tae history of the world. Or. Bis Nehid. Democrat of Louisi in said that for Mora than a year the world had been shocked by the Masai res in Turkey not Only was there murder and massacre but in the Case e women worse than massacre. A a Reat. Free nation it was the duty of in United states toe spread us official repudiation and protest again is the Ouray of near key West that the arms and ammunition confiscated at Cedar keys Florida Are ready to to embarked on b Schooner to join the Garcia zip Edilio. And that Hie Steamer comm Odire at Wilmington n. A. Still n port is in the Secretary of the Treasury has title raped this statement to All collectors if customs along the South Atlantic coast with instructions to consult United states attorneys and take what Ever action May be found necessary to ional Law. Captain Shomaker of the Revenue Cutter service will Aleo give the necessary instructions to come in Deis of Revenue cutters and every pre i Union will lie taken to intercept the suit ended. Larr Hief of Arllier tto Timah Giitl Annn of Tiit Annii Olvil. Haute. Ind., Jan. 27 Taylor of the circuit court has issued Decorpo annulling the marriage of anti Fisher to Arthur Workman and Hus brought loan end in All probability damage suit or which work Nan had brought against her father and Captain Hyland of the local police department. On May 21. It is it is Aid Workman persuaded Anna Fisher Hen fifteen years old to take a walk with him. She had known him for everal weeks As n Youni plaster or who lad been much Boul Lier Hiither a grocery store. When next heard from he was at Lebanon ind the following a where Walkman s father an sex minister of Iho methodist Church old her it is said she was married to Captain Hovland and or. Fisher went o Lebanon and brought the girl Buck under arrest it is said. Workman brought auit. Asking for for the Alse arrest of his wife and j5.0m for no Iii her from him the other i5.coo Leing for the alleged Kite arrest of himself. Tho Case waa tried once and the jury disagreed. The proceeding to annul he marriage Weh brought in the court Lere and Workman was ordered by to court to pay attorney s fee for miss Fisher. He was ruled to answer ror contempt whereupon he left Tho City and the court rendered a judgment n of or. Runyon. Iii Ltd san Tea Ansty Vul or lit urm Lisiy Bebus Jan. Theodore k any on. United states ambassador to Germany Spirel suddenly and unexpectedly it o clock this morning of heart failure. Further details concerning the death f Tho United slates ambassador to Germany. Or. Theodore Runyon who a prod it 1 o clock this morning most unexpectedly although he had been n ill health for some Lime past show hat he awoke at Midnight and complained of a Liering from a pain in his Leal. Lit. Fir Unar was hastily summoned and when he reached the ambassador s residence he found or. After wants. His death was painless ind resulted from heart failure. Only a family of the ambassador was present at his bedside when he paused away. Or. Runyon Hud two previous attacks of heart failure but they were nut considered dangerous. The remains of the Liu it fid states ambassador will be accorded it slate funeral at the american Church Here on wednesday. The body will be embalmed and will be taken to his Home at Newark n. Bibus Jan emperor William alarmed the Berlin Garrison at an Early hour this morning the occasion being his birthday. There was a reception in Tho Whitehall of the Schloss in the Forenoon and later to gave the password to he troops. Hia majesty has conferred the Cross of grand commander of the Hohe Tolonen family order upon Prince Hohenlohe. Tho Imperial Chen. Cellar and he has decorated the minister of husbandry Baron von hammered Fin loiter with the order of the lied Eagle. There will be a family dinner at the Palace this afternoon. His majesty was born Jan. 2t, 1s59, and became emperor june 15, 1 Bethel society of evangelical association of this City decided to build their new Church on their lot Northeast Cornero Clinton and Dewald Street during the coming scribe and Pancy by next fall. The Church is to to a Brick Structure in modern style coating about Tho dimensions and detailed Plaas Are not yet fully decided upon. On thu Missy night the building committee will be elected which committee will then Complete the Board of trustees to let the contract to a contractor. Already live been secured in subscriptions and Cash. S. H. Baumghrtner is the pastor of be a congressman. A Detroit newsboy one of the 1" wi3uisctok, Jen. 25 one of the most interesting appointments made y doorkeeper Olenn of the House of representatives whose personal staff consists of something like 200 employees is that of Albert la Riviere of Detroit to be a on the floor of the Louie Fol a was appointed on the recommendation of Corliss of Detroit and was selected by the newsboys association of that City As their representative in Congress. When the news of Albert s appointment reached the Hioye they held routing Rytti fiction meeting in Detroit and on Tho occasion of his leaving for Washington he was escorted to the station lib 14 j newsboys two bras bands and at verse Lead leg i linens speeches were made by the citizens am the newsboys and Albert who was advised about How to conduct himself in Washington. Was obliged to mount the platform of the car and out Liuti i policy with regard to Public questions tha new Pigo was sworn into Colic the other Day and a Hearty greeting was Given him. Haia a slightly built Bright faced boy quite intelligent and Hopes to succeed in getting into Cha Aki in Smith one of the new members of the Michigan Del Gatior was form Erly a newsboy on the Railroad of which he in Noff the general counsel with or. Smith s f simple before him Albert Riviero thinks Iacre u n Good Chance Tor Behring sea. Fleat Britain agrees to Trio appointment of out american one us Lumbao off Tatai of sol lie flood trill com Palm. The e. Everett of this City is interested in the building of an electric rail will be seen trom the following Telegram from w Bash to the Chicago committee meets in this of two claim to a wis Minotos Jan 35 Secretary Olney waa called on today by sir Julian the British ambassador Tho in omitted the final acceptance of the Brigith government of the plan of a bearing sea commission to Paea upon the claims of Canadian sealers seized prior to the Paris award. It remains Only for the president to submit the plan to Congress and As the legislative bral ii Haa refused to pay a Lump Eum for the be inures. It is consider re certain to approved. It is quite Likely tent the president in submitting the plan to Congress May suggest once More the desirability of a Lump payment As to Moat Eppedi Tiona Means arbitration if agreed to will bind the United Stales to any payment awarded which May by far exceed the lamp sum proposed. The commission is to be an Umpire u be chosen by Tho two. The personnel of the commission has not bean suggested but there a n Beliel the president o. Switzerland will be asked to act As Umpire or some one de big naked by the Swiss a Eai deat in and Jan. A strange coincidence occurred at the new win ohcs Ler cemetery yesterday morning. Two hearses entered the grounds at the same time one at the North and one at the South gats. One contained the body of my. James Harris need ninety four and the other that of John Gal Vin. Aged ninety six an old Soldier and wealthy resident of this place. U is said the two deceased were schoolmates during childhood and both came to this county irom Kentucky Over seventy years ago. When Danville was but a Small Indian trading Point Mae Tor in Mon Puller Worth 33oo.ooo. , ind., Jan. The Baldwin heirs have entered suit for phases Hijii of property in the business portion of Montpelier. Estimated to be Worth Abel Baldwin the founder of Tho town Laid it out like that of Ilon Pelier. Al setting aside certain Corners of certain blocks in the Grifiin Kitiona which the heirs now claim have not been complied with. The allegations of complaint Are that a real estate a Iuit succeeded in getting claim deeds from the heirs for the Park lots the object claimed by them being to Clear titles. the land and the heirs now see their and assert that their consent to the deeds was secured by fraudulent representations Aud without valuable consideration. They now want Tyler s son a Cark. Washin own. Jan. John Tyler. Hagen seventy Eia eldest you of pres Dent Tyler died Here today. Or. Tyler had lived Here Lor the last Twenty Yenta. Bing the latter part of this period he was employed in his Bureau of the Treasury department having Hail charge the destruction of he tall figure and aristocratic bearing Cellenti education. For Many years to had taken an Active and vigorous interest in temp Emu co work and had been a practical and powerful help to the cause the remains will be in leered Here for tha twelfth District Mot in this City monday afternoon to fix upon grew ional convention. The committee a composed o the chairmen of All the strict those present at the it eting Wert Tho following d. A. Fawcett la Range. H. Colvmbf-rrj1, Auburn. L Apt. Jacob Limich Kara Dollville. J j. F. Shuman Waterloo i b. F. Menaugh Columbia City. .1. Somerlott. Angola. .1. M. Barrel. Fort Wayne. The meeting qua called in order at the Wayne hotel at 2 o clock this after noon by Hon. Thoa. Marshall of Lumbia City state Central committee j the committee decided upon Tux . It will to held in Kendall Ville. Or. A. S. Parker editor of the Kendo Silville sews Lucile a speech ten Eieta sunday school Leicher in for Woyce remember that on Fri any evening of Etoh week in Ine Lee Church mrs. D. B. Wells will give t lecture an the i a Jay Rhon it allowing sunday. Every Cne a a project on foot which has every Prospect of Success to build an electric railway line for both freight Aud passenger traffic Between Celia Ohio and Koc Bester. Ind. By Way of Road Between the pc inns Minier distance o ills Miles. Charles Everett of fort Wayne representing the Jendi Cru of capitalists said to include Calvin Brice bellied the Enterprise last night met Lorly j representative i linens of Wahbeh and presented the matter to them. He that work on the lice will to begun this Spring that the Road will be Standard gauge Laid with seventy Pound steel and Hal tha Elc Corii equipment will be the list obtainable though compressed Gas a new motive Plo cd. A built on the line contemplated the new Road will Pata through Geneva Montpelier Warren Lincolnville Wabun and Roann to Koch eater a i Chicago connection being the Lent named place Over named. Or. A cult asks Btu Sidy of from Wabash county. Tho reel of building the rond across cent qty being his the Miniea Aad Lave the line in operation by caught. Farmers find him St or ctn i n Liny , ind Jan. Henry Lubrick. A German Rcd about forty eight Clivi Raug Peoris Iii., As his Home burglarized the form reside los of .1 m. Brown two Miles North of this City yesterday Efler noon. The dinner Bell was rung and b posse soon collected which traced him to a Hay mow where be was captured and brought to this City. He was bound Over i tint circuit court in the sum of party is in his pulpit. A civil after Myrr nil Memi his. Tenn., Jan. Rev. T. B , pastor of the methodist Church at Coldwater miss dropped dead in the pulpit yesterday morning he had offered prayer and Given out his Teit. Of Lievow in the lord Jesus Christ and Yeti Khali these his lest words. With Bona he who were in the congregation reached Simlue was extinct. Heart disease was the supposed cause. The congregation was greatly Here heard a Rumor that an attempt would be made to mob Tho seducer of miss Grace Mccla Arock who died on Friday trom the Etu Cosof Iii. Or. Stout of Covington who implicated Wilh Lauk disappeared. Mother of Moody the two editors Maniok ind. Jan. Tha trouble a new phase Jesle Dor morning. Or j. M. Driver who recently accepted a Call to a Tabor sole in Phil Adelphi a scored the editors of the two attitude Iotha defense of super id if cd subject of talk in All up a train. On Linin Lii Sll i Lorii i hrs and Jan. The passenger train which went from inv Ana to Guan Sis leaving the latter Plai Flat p. M. For a return trip was held i. Las passengers were ordered u leave the train. When they had done so the rebels burned the cars and destroyed the locomotive. The ass Ien Gera Weie not harmed but they warn compelled to walk to Anionic one mile Dia i Lant. This train had no armoured i Iii Ihm Lilli of cub. Led., Jan. -25 Ai the Meisho dial Church it night Fred Bic tip better dropped Over in is Pew . Maps. Jan. Belay Hoody Mother of the evangelist Dwight l. Moody of Chicago died a yesterday of old flee. Had she lived until february 6 be would have teen ninety one stir old. A Silver St. Mary s Catholic Church. U o clock this torning occurred the marriage comr. Rudolph Trull and Mia Cecilia two children of or. And mrs Dan Hudgel on West Jet Erion Street who have been very sick for severs Days Are now improving. _. _ this City decided to present the Galoit. City of after this City Faith a Democrat we. 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