Weekly Fort Wayne Sentinel in Fort-Wayne, Indiana 4 Nov 1896
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Weekly Fort Wayne Sentinel (Newspaper) - November 4, 1896, Fort Wayne, IndianaEstablished 1833. Part first j wednesday. Nov. 4. Pages. Part Al list volume Nome u a voter. Major he Home Lou was very in the different states today. Many of the ballots Al an Early hour. for election u tie adj i. A door j charge. _ Fannilu m in str eighty eight Yem old. Who i . Nob. Nov. Or. W. J the rap of the hotel Porter who Mallei him in time to get Bresk est ant Lithe the morning Tram out of a Highlia to Lincoln. He and Hie. Bryan had spent then gel after to Clear of the bit meeting in Omaha at the ton but his Eye was Ai Bright and he other Man who was astir to Early. He he 3. Refreshing sleep und that he Felt Well. To bought the morning papers leisurely at the breakfast table where before him. At or. And mrs. Bryan and party took the regular train on the Burlington Railroad arriving Here at he cast Hia vote at he was the polling place and then stopped on his Way at the cite Hall to comply with of Lailure to Register before hand. To was required to take oath at this place giving the number of his residence and to the effect that he had lived a the state for More than a year in the than ten Days that he was s qualified voter and that his failure to Register was due to h s absence from the state. He then proceeded to the engine House in precinct a of Tho fifth Ward where he was Given n ballot retired to Hia Booth and returning to the voting place cast his ballot in ills order. Sure you be got the right it emed one of the judges As the big ballot was punched into the Boj and As Tho name of a. J. waa announced. Tako the chances on responded the presidential candidate. When or. Bryan was about to Vole one of the election challengers raised respect to our1 fellow citizens Well take of perhaps 200 men who blood outside election functionaries. The casting of he ballot was met with applause and after shaking hands with the election official a nearest him or. Bryan wedged eat in his Carriage he was driven to his Home. Or. Bryan s Home coming was a Railroad station by a Large escort of the Iran Home guards consisting largely bout of Welcome Ai he descended from he Steps of his Carriage the accompany of Banda playing Home Sweet Tho guards and miscellaneous on Mirse of people followed in prices through the streets. The sidewalks were lined with people and there were Many Shouta along the Way for the Era cratic Standard inter perked quite freely with cried for Hia opponent. It was an imposing Homo Oming when we. J. Bryan reached Lis residence today. A Inge number f his neighbors and friends were fee Bleil in front of the House to p before the House the Bryan Home formed a line reaching irom the o be Tho Campaign air. Home Sweet and when at last he reached ver a thousand throats. They called hem his voice shaking with the motion he Felt he said a few words Maine. Nov. In o unusually Bright nil warm was Tutor the attendance at the. Polls Here to morning not nol icily Large. Be indicate that the enthusiasm of the state flu elicit bus greatly diminished neither is making any Renecia ultimate result being considered eel tied. Or sew full Una among the Early voters. He walked to the polls aed with Manifest Cavata straight democratic ballot. X. A. Nov. 3 a. Hobart. Tile Republican vice presidential candidate. Of Hia Home at the Corner of Carroll Aad Eli Belh streets about Jjo this morning to vole1 the polling place was two blocks from the by Hobart tattle Hia brother in Law. When or. Hobart entered the polling boo a he greeted All the in a pectoral. They All bade him Good client. About one third of the Vole i the District had Tseu polled when or. Hobart cast Hia ballot. Voting in this Juris of the City it. Was slow. After voting the candidate went to his Oil be in the Patterson savings building. A big crowd surrounded the building All being to Shako hands with or. Lobart. He expects to remain at Hia it tick until this afternoon and then he will go Home to re Trio Itsos of. Nov i Hon. Chomoa e. Watson populist for vice president walked from his Home to the tolls Early thin morning and deposited is ballot to voted for John t. West. Tore off that portion of the ticket Bear us the Imsne-1 of the Mckinley electors. Or. Watson s in i mile in this respect is being largely allowed by the populists of the District. Or. Watson remained about the polls several hours to said that he had Noth Plana. . Ky., nov. General Simoa b Buckner. Candidate for vice t Ciket voted Early this morning at Ito Here in this Hart county. The polling of Bis ballot was attended by no when to walked to the p Tiu fore Wayne was fairly Isen Lej. The local Nickel plate and e Wabash Otic vials were there also directing the work o Clearing the tracks. Will be to something like is to. No blame Ean attach to the Engineer nor the operator of the Tower. Conductor Hoyt had charge of it tie county cast their ballots at their Lor the work and every possible Means will be employed to a ring to Btu to Justice. The Costora inmate of tha jail died sudd ii Hii coalition did nut appear to la when by oust Here shirt. I Ivas 10 fall and when med Bat the my waa beyond medical Aid and expired half an hour Iliou Noflis. Myera was arrested at Leo tiry hearing before Squire of her. Of that place. He waa bound Over for Tria Trio convening of court. To Deputy Sli Erill Harrod tie prisoner made the statement that he had no relatives and was Oaly a Htide Cesped pm about Sily a eurs old that afternoon the fort Wayne i medical Colleen faculty made Legal Roqu Sitison for the body and unless otherwise claimed it will go to the dissecting table. Alvin ton of Jar. And mrs. Red Meyer of Milan Toiv ship. Died of Bruin fever last week aged Oce year and ten Days. Tie Lune a wi.3 held flt new Iii. Von. The one Day old child of Frank Sordelet. Of academic station died last week. The two months old daughter of or and mrs John House. Of4i7broadway, died at 1 o clock Friday morning of trouble. Funeral was held from the House sunday at o p. Toe iwo Days old child of William Stahlhut. Of and Ftika township did of convulsions and was buried thursday. Julian Didier. Formerly of this City died at Ulin. 111. Sunday morning he Learea in wife Aud Woch Ihlen. He Wes a Sou of mrs. Emiline Didier. Of 410 Esat Wayne Street and waa reared in fort Wayne attending Tho boys Cathedra school in his boyhood lie was an employee of the Hitler treas hoop manufactory until about Twenty. Five years of so a. Tho remains will be brought to this City or interment Klinge Burger son of George Kling enlarger. Died of congestion the brain sunday morning at the fam. A residence 311 South Hanna Street. His see was four years and a ight Mouths. Tho funeral will Tako place St. Peter s Catholic Church. Lest evening mrs. Anna l. La rear widow of the late Captain Harper died after a lingering illness. Tor several Lears mrs. Harper Bud been an invalid. Through bar Long Ai Conesa she was a patient Sui Lerer. Two children i Ennio. Of Tho Public schools and Paul a Pupil a the High school survive her Roy Leslie son of or. And mrs. C. E. Miller of Lincoln Avenue died Twenty two Daja Tho funeral will be held tomorrow at Hill o clock from the House. Rev Harry Updike Anim slug. The four year old daughter of j. G. Underwood 2ii5 East Wayne Elrett died of Thi morning alter a few Daya illness. The funeral will be private. Died at Ulin 111., sunday were brought to Tho City yesterday. The funeral Mill be held tomorrow Mornine it j o clock from Tho Cost Leidrel the funeral of Myrtle Brower the child who wis killed Tosk Placo at 1 o clock this ill noon from the Reed dance. 71 Monroe Street and at the Berry Street. B. Church Balf an hour later. There was a Large attendance. The Furer Alof John Lingen Burrier took place this afternoon at s o clock from St. Peters Catholic Church. Death of John Harshbarger son of Simon Hagali Barrier. Of Coesse. Tho taken sick with Torso form of Bowel trouble. Titi funeral took place at Bra Stiver Hui is Tiu Rob 111 alien county yesterday the following is the list of deaths re muted by the cily undertakers for the week ending a closer 31 child of Frank c. Sordelet 1 Day old child of 0. W. Or Jed 1 Day old of child of John s. House. U months , -.thnufllion. Alvin it incr 1 year . Brain Xcvi a child of Wili Ira Sia Elliut old Ulara Kaufman 1 year old. Spa ii. Myrtle Brower 7 years old Accident. A Tel Shanna . Vandals in school. committed in Pilitt Harte the seven year old daughter of or. And mrs Ca n Broner ing death us Friday. At c o clock while Waiking in runt of its Home the i Cuil wed trampled to death by a mad 1 Bull which Hod broken trom the restraint of its keeper. Myrtle in co spiny with her Wiater. Mabel and two Gir friends. May and Grace Bennett started Cut for a Short walk. At the Corner of Weyne and Monroe streets they Law a Man driving a Bull a they approached the animal broke Loose Sioui iia keeper and charged upon them. Little Myrtle in by ideas Oring to Tun away with the others fell and the frantic boast dashed upon her. The poor child was tossed and trampled upon by he infuriated beast which then my prey and on a wild Gallop Down the Street the own to get control of it. The animal Vrca in charge of David Walters a Butcher who had been hired to drive it to the picking House of Bash Peters and both of them were seated in a buckboard Riding behind tree Bull when it became vicious and attacked the Little girl. Or. Walters was seen at Hia Home to East Lewis Street by superintendent Goral me this morning and to expressed deep sorrow Over the Accident. He said that he and Peters bad driven the Bull in froth the country charge upon the children it had displayed no unruly actions. The Bull was hobbled by Means of a rope hitched to the neck and fore leg. 1 1 is thought that or. Walters cannot be held to blame for the Accident. The Little girl waa picked up and carried into her she was then gradually Sank until death tuned her sufferings an hour later. Or. J. H. That the neck had been broken several ribs and the right hip fractured and the shoulder dislocated. There were Myrtle would have celebrated her seventh birthday next monday had Ahe lived. The child s Sweet dispose her untimely death. Be was n Pupil of the Cuy Street school. The father. Or. Cain Brower is a manufacturer of knit goods on a Small scale and a Well known. Passenger train no. 4. East bound was Over an Lour late last even ing did not leave fort o clock its Engino Lay upon aide Between the Wabash and the Nickel plate tracks about 100 Yards West of the n few Haven depot Anil the mail and the Brooking were derailed and Mora or its broken up. Injured. They Ware Emanuel Nichols of Toledo bruised severely and possibly injured internally. Joseph Lee. Engineer of Toledo leg bruised not serious. William staubach fireman of Toledo wrist badly sprained legs and body bruised j. E. Iby. Of Toledo Nihil clerk a ruled and severely shaken up. 0. E. Sullivan of Wabash mail h. A. Esbright. Of Lafayette mail clerk slightly bruised. The wreck occurred at the Junction of the i Cuce plate and Wabash tracks and we probably caused by the Bolt which operate the i which rails becom at least this is the most plausible is Are several other theories advanced. When the engine struck the Cwi chit was running at Tho Rato of about hour. Instead of Tho Wabash tracks its plate tracks and the Short Tura caused he engine to Careen fled finally go ver upon Ita aide halt buying Luelf n the Mcarel and dirt which forms a the engine was left lying with its Pilot eating upon the w Bash tracks and while Back of it Lay the tender also upon Ita Eide. Next to the tender Tho mail in which were Tho three clerks mentioned above. This car remained upright but was thrown off its trucks Eft Cross Wise of Tho Tyscka. To Lemo Liehe was it that Tho wreck Crew inside red it a waste of time to place t again upon trucks and it was rolled nest to tha mail car cams the baggage car which waa badly damaged. Down the tracks and later taken to the Aho Jib at Toledo. The smoker was not badly damaged Only Ita front trucks being thrown from the rails. Sleepers were Only slightly jarred by the end Jen halt and tied not know what the wreck Crews from Toledo and Andrews also the Nickel plate Crew at this Point were called to the scene and worked All night and the greater tracks. At this morning the first train on Wabash passed Ever the switch but it was two hours later when the Nickel plate tracks. Were cleared. Yesterday the Nicl Al plate action of Tho wreck and when they left it Uteri thing was apparently in Good order the operator at the Tower tried and they and the switch performed their duties Well. H is believed thai the Bolt which caused the wreck waa loosened by a Ibsh passenger train no. 3. Which pose in Over Tho trucks a half hour before the Accident though to Boll was found lying by the flu a trom Ilu in inn rain. Kwh Aouni Didiog upon Tho tender a nit How Hui escaped instant death in a Miracle. Thig Young mania known in this cily Billy Harris. Tit Pigi Lisl who had u. Tight Al Princess i of a few weeks ego Wilh 1 aul n occurred. He turned litre and in now at the. Other injured parties Teie Noble to re am to their Honie and All will major Mckinley walks to the polls. Or. Or Jim Els from Maliu or first Tiu so brio s. In. Nov. I five inches of very heavy Snow fell Here last night Totta North and weit is reported very severe and Farmers Are wholly unprepared for Winter. Telegraph poles and thursday evening trains Ato Only slightly delayed. Humane Wouk. Ortii or submits Ilia Ite port for Rumor that to Diot so of a Thaulo a to lit Iii Ohio. Nov. All Canton the struggle in which it had figured so prom in Emly. Bands and marching were on the Uriel by 6 o clock summoning voters to Cut their ballots Early. U was an Ideal fall Day. Coo and Balmy with thu Haze of Indian major Mckinley was about by t o clock. His brother. Abner Mckin Loy. Who armed last night bad cast his vote before break fait and then bad joined be family at the cottage. An the major came from hid breakfast to the Library he spoke of the glorious weather and Ita Atli Rencs in bringing out a Lull vote. He read with interest the press bulletins heavy vote was being polled Early in the Day. This last feature he commented on Bhatia faction. Adding it cent of the Voto could be in by 9 o clock 03 the reports indicated then he sat Down to his desk to run tar Oulu the Besiri of text Grywna Binh already had Teton to come in. Some were was from the a. B Chase company Large Faco makers at normals. Ohio stating that their employees bad marched in a body to the polls at 7 a. M., and that us percent i them had toted for Mckinley. At 8 o Clork n Telephone from the Mckinley troop aafred the governor if he would to to Tho Polia with the troop a an escort. He acknowledged the private citizen and suggested that the troop mar Ca to the House and let him review them on he Way to Tho polls. The invitation waa eagerly accepted into Market Street headed for the Mckinnay Cai Tnge. Fin cams Iho Duck bats and widespread while umbrellas catching the glint of the and factories. A major Mckinley stepped Down the front walk to the Tho marchers. They halted faced about and with umbrella waving gave three cheers for to Kinley. Tom Star boned with a sweep of Hin Beaver and As the cheers continued Bowhead Hia handkerchief. Three cheers for the next president were added and then the matchers moved to the Polia with parting shouts of eighty Par cent of the vote a in and we will by around the Republican no Minolfi started for the no walking Down Market Street to fourth Street where the voting Booth o p a Tinct a first Ward is located 11 h was accompanied by abuser Mckinley and his Nephew ing wet k. Mich As any cil z n their hats ii he pissed and the ladies on the residence Steps waved their Well wishes turning into fourth Street hindi hoping from the working nov. A election Day dawned in Chicago Wilh a heavy foe hang. Over the City. The. Rain which commenced to fail about o clock p m. And which indicated a wet and election Day at of pad Oft Oil at 8 m. And Yihia give iromae of an Ideal Day. Voters got out Early. At o clock the hour at which the polls opened was i peeled to be rather slow but it contrary was reported indicating that but Little scratching waa being done. Every Saloon in town u not even a Side door u opened for the filling of r chief of police Badenoch gave strict orders to the officers to Ace Tinl the saloons kept la the lodging House wards the effect Parent. There was the usual Rush to Otearl crowds congregated in Ilio toxicity of the polling i ices but Here was no brawling. Id the District specially of the working classes the voting during the Early hours of the a was very Vul rect a. Hunt Emerts bout nov. Cardinal Satolli. In an interview Tiky. Dec a Mil Sherfi my no foundation in to statement that the diocese of Butro a to be raised to Tho dignity of a metropolitan see with jurisdiction Over Rochester. Syracuse University at Washington u to be appointed n titular archbishop. The Cardinal added that All for e pm is lure As the list or candidates submitted by the american Bishops has not yet reached the Vatican continue id Cardinal Satolli further Pata to the roman Catholic Church in the United Stales Wes to be extended and the Canadian Bishops Bave not yet Given their adhere ice to it. In conclusion Tho Cardinal said that the report that archbishop Wurt Inell would convoke another Ouaceil at Baltimore was also premature As All intended at of the decisions of the Baltimore Council s. Schlaudt oif police Ottimer of the Llu Maua an City. Has filed his report for october a follows f.ui.lu-3 j a Lirt or Mitil iv-li.111. .1 Lints. Mis. Frank class. Of 3s Taylor Street 3 entertaining her Sisters mrs. Lenry hic and mias Orpelia Tuhn of Deri Ance Ohio. A visiting Thia week with her bitter in us mrs. Ella Jackson of 59 West main Street. Mrs. C. E Shute has returned from Allegheny where Aho waa at the bedside of her daughter. Jura. Kennedy or. And ills. J. W. Patterson and children who have been the guests of or. I stud Clausen and family of Columbia City have returned. Early at no 2 i Hoo House in Wayne Jowui Iii and at the Scarlet school Louse in Washington township. Nest Friday evening at the Baptist 1 Tabernacle miss to Stimson a noted Elo Cut ionis will give n recital which rumbles to he in artistic Success my. William Whan living North of this county and who Hud a Large dec quaint inca in this City died last thursday. She waa eight years old. Tie rain last thursday night caused about j15u damage to the work of building the Bullion sewer which contract is Hilj by j. W. Wilding of this City. Walter Taake of weit Jull Era on Street who is working on the new court House at Greet Field waa held up by footpads and robbed of ills at that lace a few evenings ago. Ilias Blanche co Tachau. Of Cariton. Limo. Is the Odir Uncle James e. Graham. Her father. Martin got Sciull and or. Graham were formerly Farmers of Avilla died last week. He Rothsr of judge lot Ninn of to Oettli my or. Ler Arion. Of Albion. Esh bit. The for the Sis months show an inc pwn Over Lii ii a winding Pis Rico of of e. P. Kipu Fry. Its president Hasben a bicycle Shis i you cannot withstand the chilling winds and the next Spring then give your silent Steed Corner. Go Over every Pirl of the a sniff Ivi Tii Vaseli Uii then Wop hosts re in any City. Then hang the toil held monday evening. St promptly at and broiled Buck an acknowledgement As he. Entered the Small store a which the boils Sre located hero waa a stir o ii Gillion among tha Otlie Uia end uni id Russia of applause. The it Ilion ahead of major Mckinley hands showed a had just Laid Down his toils Wilh some con Luain he his p Ace. But tha Otter wad declined with it in Ilia Man s car which Wili Afcin , 723 Sotui Musket Cal de the inspector lust a Tho Cluife marked 9 lot. A huge Sheet with eight horizontal Iho first one being the Republican headed with Hia own Meme. Lie moved through the i closure to the no Huny. Adj Hini his Tye Glea Aee he just Ono Iii up ing the Lieym. At tic the in charge of the j was another cheer Horn those outside flu on Jug full. In order to perpetuate a from ii would to All in their Power to Stop any doing. To said but to await Tia h tarns want to thank the Good friends who having and my returning and whatever May be there Silt of this Campaign 1 shall always be Able to Hay list my neighbors who Are with ailing the vote out and to see that Sll fit to that no mistake will be made. You understand that in this Tate they have Ulle Niklad. To e boiling democrats to go on the ticket a demo Rau and they did it in order in shall abide the result whatever i the Day for election Day a them. Yesterday Walling a sad to turnkey Maurer Why should i be punished for a murder Pearl Bryan. Jackson is the i Durer asked Why he bad not pcs titled but Walling declined society fails. Ind., nov. The North Westein Indiana agricultural property is cow in the hands of the Sherril Lor disposal. Liabilities Conn nov. Word reached litre today of the sudden death yesterday at Burrville. Of Matthew a. Grant one of the famous Grant triple. A or Grant Ivhon was 1 Ousa he full in an epileptic lit and died old it ruins ill a Century. hrs no Mil of Las kmenita3the. Ind. Nov. Mfg. Haunch Bricken i had yesterday Tia at the age of 103. My. pts the o oldest citizen Liis county and remembered distinctly Many events of the Early Yawara of the ill rare coir a Silver Dollar of Tho mintage of it is Haa Como to Light. Huiner Ombion of mra. T. I. Tolan of West Dewald Street. Boiled Down Tot pm it to her from her Mother mrs. K. R. Skinner of do pics Ohio now Liv org at old at. Of ninety six limn Iho Coin is still in a lice flute of reservation the characters and figures of Liberty arid Tho Eagle still being distinct. Mrs. Tolan also Lisa an English Ailiin fief Iho Miu tape. Of Itil. Anil nest it h Patriot Daj at that Aad her Oliie popu Charlotte slain Bauer saturday Tiv Inch birth Day. The Litlo list Sci Thi ii ittes Yolie Ai an Slucker Llo Jalcs. The the is Dwaign colors. At wan served by the mesdames to Lutor and . Macy Beau Laiful presents worn inc civil by the Little Tho St. 1 Tui s to Ranchi of 1 no scan Tarj. Scior Otilit a. W run arg j. K t Nier Tain ment committee c. I. , Herman t. Simon Anil e. H. Col., nov. Henry s. Tote Sabuty who. During the civil War held it very High portion in the diplomatic service of the Confederate Stales belligerent rights to the canted j night. He j Iliili lain o. Vas himself. Tenn., nov. Bradford who shot and Kii lol Deputy Schwili Halsy Iii Henry county on r i meal Tal. Walking out into the Yard took he own life. A had been hiding finc Bibb killing. . Sin men v re killed this afternoon by an explosion of Coal Gaa in Packer so 2 e ports men of this Placo Are of Michigan and wisc Anain. The Amo Seft fion a now at in
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