Weekly Fort Wayne Sentinel in Fort-Wayne, Indiana
28 Jun 1893

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28 Jun 1893

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Weekly Fort Wayne Sentinel (Newspaper) - June 28, 1893, Fort Wayne, IndianaEstablished pact 1thstj Ayed mesday 1sm.-e1gi1t 1 asks. I Mit volume Al no a blk Hung by a would or i the Bufu they would Folly i Gold. They want both a Grant of the Imanol system u far us legis lion Tun effect ii. Will bring Ngoai retail a. That coinage Isis but will be Jonii id w is Tiu Ciuti Titis in Kiwi to Lor Ian people Money Aud Chi ipe Moury. 1 lid u.1 favor Hie Suer Tust act or vote fur it. And Mut a prefer system of coining Silver to the plan o leaping it up in Bullion form pm Siless ois Accuri Iii of tin. Forye Riew Bas Kors Chicago anarchists. Opinions of 1-Cuitin con it Nevi it Lylo 111. I of tin. 1 i to a Btu Iron an Aller for which in Ilc sit.-, Ihu Niora of Vielt thai a Man Rii eat Utah to Sawy m . Ivsich hoi Jet incr of Sevic his 1 comes to him Suddin 1 Siml Vitcai Mccu Day. Nill to major f. 1 Lily. A widow and Lair a Bil Dorii i turn of Lovisi Hui Aad and kind father and cil a genial whole souled Tinwen Wiio of nor Weldon Hail not in ver Good health since to Sui stroke while Alt Ndini a Traad Ana it Iive or Sii years ago by he did not Mittun Phinis Hill nout but h wife and children knew Ilia he ailment Wai of ask Ruus week Ijo he wad shocked while link aug through a self Pujoue timing Thunder Slor i. And Sinco thai bet a with Jimias in his body which he attributed partly to the thou and loan attack of indigestion. Sunday he Felt badly but attend Duy Fri. Weldon gave him in remedy for indigestion and Loward i vening he Felt so mud the Street Wilrod Belt line. Upon his return lome to sat Dawn and indicia i h letter 10 a relative and at u o clock that night took the. Ult i to Tho depo and p Aeed it on a train. Reaching Home he became restless again sin mrs. Weldon Adieu do t him. A few Minuter after o clock or. Moment later the faithful wife was Myor Sank to the floor to nil Ireail. The creams of Tho w for Uro Seil the of her members of the or. Charles Nerisc Holtig wild the first o 10 to arrive and shortly afterwards drs. J. 31. Kells j. E. Miller mid a. P. Bul hair map. The i doctors tried to Riore him but death had preceded them and their efforts were in vain. Death came it o clock this Moru Frank h. Weldon Sis Horn Al treble s. V., february a 1s42, my fifth one years old. His Early life was spent in attending school daring the Winter months and working about the farm during the summer. In when but. Sixteen years old he came to fort Vayne and the following year entered to service of the Pittsburg railway he Call for lec Ruita came in 1si51, first to to placed on the list to Eulist a in regiment. Be served two years in the army. When failing health compelled him o resign. Lie returned to fort Vaynor Sod took a position As reman on Tho Road which he held Niy a Short time. Then he resumed is old position in theolice and Oon promoted and sent to the Chicago slice where he Rema tied several Mouths. Returning to this City to was Ivon the position of chief shop clerk under Thomas Mcegan which he filled n the entire satisfaction unlit his a Milim Miro i Lerk in Llie master Mechanic s office twelve years ago and High he held at the time of his death. In 1sc-1 3ir. Veldon was married to december 30, is j. He wedded miss a Nio Martin. From this Union sprang a children three of whom in. A Lengli. Miss Flossie and Thomas with in bereaved widow Are left to mourn one of the Noble attributes of major Mother who he provided for until her Teal ii 11 Fen ago. Yet with this ii Iii care resting Noti him to was always a generous provider for his own family and leaves them in comfortable besides Bains a member of a grand army Post major Weldon was also a member of the Salio Ual Union and the Pennsylvania voluntary Relief association Anil was deeply interested Ami a hard worker for tha welfare of the congregational Church and took an towards Tho advancement of christianity. A Short limn .1.50 a boys brigade was organized from the scholars of the congregational suday school and major Weldon was signed to the duty of drilling them. To was greatly interested in this and Widli. Lived a few months his n t grit no horribly mutilated. Tic libel list a Cut up Jim a Frt Iglitz. To Rich Law administered to negro i lao Iii Uleu in Llic Wou ils Nuu Louiie to n in was Kulu Tenily Klur Nind vol ii 10 at Ruu . Ala. Juno about on inc High ago Lelia Woods of birth to a child whose Lac Kaniut noted in father we negro. A be Days ago Dan jew Svitila a negro Thyl Aler Andris Lavt Lis Irist come Tauy by Krai if i1. Of Inglin by. To forced Jas per Over in that alone. His partner j. P. Lauck. Also from . By. Is a loser to dec diff his , who Iii Adria Jiava Eidi Gued l. B. Jul Kiou of aude Sou. By Imam forge Frank p. This broker ii i Ible it to jailor . The amount of the forgeries As ii a Jiosi. And. Sci feted by rats ii roared Tito by Jesuit Wilh Tough on and Laid Thorn away for the Benefit of Tho rodents this morning her two Little boys respectively two Shi four years old Wos b fora other members of the family and finding the biscuits they ate them As soon As the fuel was known a phys Eian was called. Both the has lire in a condition but it is though that they will live. Rietlast., nd., Juno 2-4 w As at this place and Wil take Possession of the Ollice july 1. Us. He was selected As the Choice of f them prominent the pres it incumbent is e. J. Marsh editor of be Portland commercial. Riika Laski. Ind. Juno one of the of Ute s Moat Soublo landmarks has to. The trea Una eight feet in diam or and had been i favorite a Lureny us they waited Fiehn tic Liway am Neebe could have 1-i-. A with them i unveiled Anil Yoa tryday same weight my i incites. It would be is Good at of its let Unfug Supi Iuva in tit i lust Ite ii u Solo ii Luis sir Ohio june 24 mid nil a last inight the Saloon building occupied by Theo. Gerdinac was discovered to rounding buildings and six of the bes business were destroyed. Tho losses were Theo. Gerdinac a. Slih Ersulle merchant tailor Edwards bros., hardware. , dwelling and contents. , Vith no in Suranee Schwitzer i Parlett boots and shoes Lew Woods building. F500. The fire is supposed to have been the Ork of us incendiary. Leslile fire to adjoining property. Two Young Uon were landed in the Eily prison for taling goods during Tho was Oil and the hand of the remain leg was Oil above the ankle Cut. The dead Man was evidently about forty five years of ago and As Lii irly Well dressed Iii a dark suit of clothing. To Money was found in Thi pocketful of the clothing by n my of papers trere discovered which showed that the deceased was named Ali Chosei Byer and that his Home was u Milwaukee. From the papers found it was also Learned that lib deceased was u member of Tho United Green Glass makers and had his dues fully paid up to july. It a supposed that Byer was in route for Elwood or some other town in the gig Belt to take n position and having no funds was compelled to steal a Rido on a freight train. He was probably Rilliue on the bumpers Between cars and fell of while asleep. The Accident must have happened about 10 o clock sunday night. In life Byer probably weighed pounds and stood live feet Tea inches in height. He was dark Imd had dark hair. The Glass blowers Union at Milwaukee he been telegraphed. Persuasion the girl confessed that ill Drawf was the father of her child by aha had been compelled to submit to him As Edwards threatened to Poison the whole family if Sha told. night while of ricers wore overpowered by a mob who took the prisoner into the Woods Ami Hung him to n tree. As the negro swung Between tha Earth and Eky the mob literally riddled his body with bullets. Upon his Back was found pinned yesterday warning to All negroes that Uro two intimate with White girls. Tjimis is Tho work of 100 of the very Best citizens of South Kangaroo court. Llo Tritos tex., june yesterday afternoon Walter e. Shaw Tho lawyer to on Marc i 31st. Lost year brutally a ordered his Mother and Ai aged aunt y cutting their throats was sentenced y judge Cavil to be hanged on july St. Ramazio. Shaw when asked if to Luul lathing to say made a Long speech whenever he spoke disrespectfully of he court to excuse Kan woo court and that his attorneys who had exhausted every resort to in to Tho Legal fraternity to permit o claims to be glad the Kangaroo scented. His crime was the Moat fiendish Ever perpetrated in Texas and after plead a guilty both of the preliminary and e first trial to bus been Over a year getting Hia Case through the higher after the friends of lie Victoria s Vic tit is la search of Sorro Isrul in mid cml a stems of this City while visiting assisted in while so enga Geil in was attacked by e vicious cow b was broken by the animal s horns or Bend was Cal and she was bruised Ivi Basic ind., june 24 jars. Stiles Centy appointed pos mistress at Boli a. Kept the office in her lot Al and the department and patrons lat mail must hereafter be handled at Orth Manchester. Sho then left on a sit. Tho office will probably to Abol led. Ilo Krille ill june burglars ast night entered Tho establishments of St Overman a co. Clothing nud m. Elly s Saloon. Money seemed to be e Only thing wanted and but Little w realised. Kelly s Safe was drilled Hin. Ind june the Amage to crops throughout this sect Ion the state. The wheat it Elds Are suf ring considerably. There Are Large acts of Clover Cut and roiling in the Pukk lud., june towns a i fitted suicide yesterday morning hanging. No cause is known j. Shaw. Liuti Sci h to urn no i nos our fallow Roivas m to n ulu Luz try. Sketch of a life. To imagine Tho scenes around the admiralty Headquarters in this City. The loss of the great Battle ship Victoria Imil so Many of her Crew has caused the most intense excitement throughout the country. Quarters Many of them being relatives Crew. Fear for Tho dead and sympathy for the relatives and friends of those who wont Down with the ship is widespread. Indignation is expressed that such an Accident should occur hut so far As known there is no foundation for this feeling. The Lack of details caused by the remoteness of the scene of disaster Aland full reports of Tho Accident arc eagerly awaited. It is not believed that a full Story of the sad Alfair can Bufi obtained until the arrival at Malta of Victoria or Soto other vessel belonging to the British Mediterranean squad Ion conveying survivors from Tho Victoria. A special staff of officers was kept on duty All nigh at Tho admiralty receiving any dispatches that might arrive. The Only information , however was the names of those who had been saved which came to hand at s o clock this crowd gathered around the admiralty Oil ice. Ready to grasp any speck of in sailors fare women and children and Young girls Whoso husbands fathers or sweethearts were members of the ill fated Crew. Hundreds of persons living in the provinces who had relatives or friends on Board Tho Victoria could not wait at Siomo for the receipts of further details of the disaster. A Oon As they heard of the foundering of the ship they took the trains for London in Tho belief that at the admiralty office they would soon learn whether their loved ones had escaped or gone Down. It was pitiful to see people listened to the Reading of the found that the names they were listening for were not on list Almy cried walked slowly and sorrowfully away. Others were More violent in their fainted away and Hail to to recent Issue of the butchers Jour cd published at Chicago has the Fol owing Osay of our fellow townsman j. Shaw who has been chosen of the butchers National protective association a. J. Shaw was born March 14, 1s54, on a farm near Lima Ohio. His parents were Well to do agriculturalists and Young Shaw until the age of sixteen worked on the farm attending the country schools during Tho Winters. He was sixteen years old his parents moved to fort Wayne where lie teamed for a couple Oveara. After two years of teaming or. Shaw want to work in a spoke and wheel factory where he worked for three years. When making spokes and wheels became too tame for him became a canvasser and sold books pictures and papers for three year my re. When he was Twenty two years old and As a result of the Union Baa four children two boys and two girls. On june 19fh, 1377, he engaged in he Butcher business with a practical Butcher Jar. Shaw furnishing the Money and his partner the experience with the usual result. Or. Shaw s Home in fort Wayne a i pleasant cottage at 20 Smith Street and is always open to Hia Many friends. To belongs to the class of Small butchers and is a hard worker for the interests of the Craft. Us is a staunch Democrat and b a member of both Tho democratic county and City Central co utilities ill. Shaw is also a member of k. Of r. And s. And of Phoenix Lodge to. Lull k. Of. Eat in Tho work for which he is elected than will or. 3haw, and the fort Wayne butchers Are naturally proud that the Honor has fallen to one of their accompanying the article is a Splen-1 d picture of or. Shaw. Several n. Y., in Hub 24. It Wos ported in this City at 2 a. In. That a by serious wreck had occurred on the Hudson Centra Railroad a few Miles cat of this City. Later it is Learned that two freight Sion. The four tracks Wero badly Niager blocking nil Tia flip. Tho juries sustained by the Crews of the Charles under Bill Engineer Arm Oken and knee injured. Henry Shultz fireman head Cut two a broken and internal injuries. John Liaison Engineer Sho Ilder dts cled end wrists sprained. Tracy stubbing fireman sight Scalp William Seeley brakeman shoulder William Garland brakeman Riba Token and shoulder sprained. Bert Chapman brakeman injured in cd his Arm Una also Bio Keu and heiress. Lit in Kcjr y morning Whilo Siegel paiton and a crates were crossing the River in boat six Miles North of Here they tilt. The first shot struck Paxton in the Klit Side. Us pitched Forward and he fell a second Bullet struck him in Elmead. To fell into the River and crates leaped from the boat and a Cousin of , has been Tho murder is Tho result of a family id. Bolh parties have Many Friou ils d it h believed that More trouble 11 i Pioneer of this oily has ust fallen heir to about 5to.uod. Sho one of Twenty one heirs to Orth of property in Uler Elaud. Ohio t omes from a brother of mrs. Niin re whom she Baa not heard from in event years and Ehe was not aware of is being wealthy. Sho a about ave qty Jears of age and lives with her the Michigan Central Railroad who ill get the bulk of her Fortune when he Dies As he is All the ii Eai relative he 0 Liberia Ami two months later the Guven Mielit Homira a trestle. Cisi i sati Ohio june 1. D Portsmouth Railroad left Tho track trestle no. 15, near mount Wash Gynn Imd dropped Down forty foot. Is in the cal., and Philip King the Enon. Were fatally inti ill. Court a head and arms. His injuries hum 11. Mcloy also untied no Elf a furl Jim Metag inquiry into the building of the to Iron Bridges across the la clinic anal at Montreal is Una Riding one of covered in Canada. The original but the work has already Cost and is not completed. The it in Merit has been robbed right and it by everybody connected with the june thu tardy Conli Malion has reached to state department of tha death of Cui cd staus Liberia 1. S. Vice Consul Italyne confirms the report of the death of William d. Mccoy United Stales Iii tic loth of May. His death was caused by a bilious attack excited the limb climatic changes. Ilia remains were interred in Palm Grove Demetry near the grave i f the late United states minister farm it. The usual reaped was shown by the. to Vermont Tho diplomatic corps and municipal to the memory of Tho deceased. The news of his death appears to have been published in England some 1 Ofil us allegory Sis Franciscu. June Tho 30 hand Yako Hamo ,7um 9th. Arrived v pm from Honolulu the libel brought by clans to Preckler against Walter c. Smith editor of the Bank. Try f he la stifle tic of n Fallein Sunb. Ohio. Junn yesterday was to Day set by probate judge Leivis or the creditors of the defunct Potter a to meet and elect a trustee but heir purpose was walked by the Assignor 1 b. B Rod nil. Resigning the judge at in accepted the resignation and upon Tho petition of Assignor h. U. 4 r and w. B. Potter appointed a. 1 yera the Assignee of the Bank Ndal Soof the personal estates of Ayers Potter and Sponsler thus knocking out Hon. F. F thir respective personal estates. A i t Nic Ritof the assets and liabilities of to Ink has been filed in prolate c t audit is doubtful if More than f cents on Tho Dollar will be realized who depositors met in Tho judge s office n per Call and on learning of the con a o of affairs Tot right on their ear. Milked by ii Uimer Tomt Avirl new Hope a. Iii no the Dis very that a Letman Carp drinks milk is what in to suits for theft. Michael tired that his blooded Cowa return of their Lii surkont pastures with full Omaha and empty there us a suspicion that the cows had liked by families living in the neigh Hood. The thing continued and r. Tinman s Dairy product Riched m. He watched his cows but could t discover Tho milk robbers. On. He was standing by Mill race la lil uni through Bis Furci to saw s favorite enjoying ourself in them a which touched her body. After prolonged Bath the Bovine emerged no s udder u Earp that weighed lout fifteen pounds. It had drunk Vernaa says the Cowa have in love. Vili Aba Isk ind., june John my Bill Aeed Twenty live a Young Rmer of Ainsworth. This county shot self this morning. Ohio tragedy. An angry husband it comes l r b h a i. College. 11 a r c Folle for v b n Coll n 1 111 Dena Day evening at the Maso Erk 11 t b f 1 o Lif Cly i r n til e Temple Wilt undoubtedly be of a did. The program will b n. T on t k 1 1 there Are fifty one Gra ates n t tax Law oldest woman. Cirii Eiva , via., Juno miss nge Litie do Marie died Here last get. She had proofs in a for posses go and Thoesis Randall in history of uie Chippewa Valley thru it ital left into Ottawa Ohio june terrible of this City la.4 night in which a he . In i fit of Frei us shot his Nifon Ami firm a Fitlin shot into Bis Oil ship this county. Ping of a very i Tempo Mont was Mill excited. evening he and h wife bad a dispute Over a trivial mat 1 or then turned use Gnu upon Liim St of. I s will s still alive but it is thought s will not recover. They ilk 1 r 1 y t in n p 1 1 1 11 t re in of the state to be continued until Tho us r n c n of 1 Lull Tea pusses upon the new us Law of Indi Niri r t n t Ler s t 1 1 Fol to o i 1 k u c t i in 1 c n j o 1 a t to it i co t n n v 1 Inda number of n n 10 re 1 n of i i 11 to i on no i p i it 4 1 in h i j f r 1 to the i on 1 1 of t u congressman Cobb Alabama. My Section of the country is not specially enamoured of Tho Sherman net. But opposes its Rcpt Al Simno mib Sti Tatoia found Tomt will Siivo Relief my constituents Are first of nil advocates of free Silver coinage and still think Congress should pass such a measure., but if that wreck. It Girard. West is i-ebior., u is., june a eat Northern Coal train was wrecked irly five Mies South of Lone a re ind., june 24 Iti of John Sibi by for killing Hia und Siberry guilty of manslaughter d used Bis punishment at twelve ars in the penile Liary. At a former Al in 1390, he was sentenced to Lif Een Bandit who went the Zotigh the 1 Otilit in put civic sleeping Between and Avrham has been caught France. Lowill to brought r a hearing. At saturday Mary ent Livre lowered her record from 2 15 j mans . Tho sixteen year old on o or. Ami in. Yobst. Of to. Hinna Street died evening of 1 s. The Cun aral will beheld on t mrs Day from St. Peter s Catholic Church. The lather is a plumber and by will. Of 11-j Hanna Street i to skiing at Auburn

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