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Weekly Fort Wayne Sentinel (Newspaper) - October 18, 1893, Fort Wayne, IndianaEstablished 1s33. Part first wednesday october is 1393. Eight pages. Part first volume Al number watery Graves sow contain the bodies of eighteen hurrious. Int Ilert Tenud Nuti Juern two men had been drowned. Struck upon Ilia Riff just Weil of Van Burn. This u proved by the manner in which the Winf Tipora. It is a dangerous reef. Hundreds of barrels of four were picked up on the Beach. Fanny in the Vicinity hauled Large quantities to places of safety and will hold it until the owners demand it. Most of it is in Good Over h Sis loot . Aid had i St a for to s Louis but a special train from St 1-Onia with phys Ciana and bursts arrive a and tic injured to this City. The following tins of injured in the Wabash or fuck c. C. Palmer. Handa Cut mints Kelly St. Louw Rit Rhine broken Aii-1 face Cut e. 11. Of the rail Rosie. Eroi ily bruised w. 11. Cotter of lie Wabish Road badly injured in to Mally Frunk h. Woods i in Tenor of wrecked train right leg Frac Lual my. Mary Davis Taylorville. Iii., Back hurtle Melv Siw. Mary a. Root St. Louis head Cut mrs. William to in. St. Louis amino injured mrs. Mosley St. Louia head Cut b Armstrong. St. Louis Scalzi wound Aid hands pm .1. H. Bar Etta Laredo tax Bead c i a. S. St Lou i right Arm broken my. Hannah Rogers. St. Louis badly injured in breast . Beard. Mississippi seriously injured in head j. B. Hunter Nevada City Cal. Serious internal injuries j. Thomas Mobile Ala slightly injured mrs. W. Frame St. Louis Skull fractured p. D. Mink a Wabush conductor Scalp wound Fri. Kale St. Louis. Mrs. Mary Dunn Missouri rib broken miss Lou Dunn dangerous wound Ida Maurer. New York Bally bruised mrs. Mary Stoore St. Louis thigh broken in. Loltie v. Henry Colfe Villo. Kan shoulder dislocated mrs. M. Davis Taylorville Iii. Back sprained mrs w. M. Smith. Bound Rock Texas. Head Cut and Arm broken Loli Brt ii. Teuk Iua. Chicago., hand Scalp wound w. J. Englehard Toledo slightly Hurt. If in addition to those already listed a honed Are counted those whose to Euils were slight to not liter Fere with their movements fully fifty storm. I Lio Atlantic const Sull Erri As Rte kid Why he had Uever told wry Umil Ufier itis that Hii Mutli about Workings would him. Said list it was to every tr1 and the hurried of fellow j.tt.xieiifrr., lb-1 decked Olio Lave life i cite All that known about him. They said he Assing a Coal Wagon and in front of be Diamond hotel an electric Street railway Mast was struck. The top of the Mast was jerked Loose. The Hor e Vierec Wijit further Down the Street. It divine Providence in its from our midst Herbert v. Hoot our co labourer and intimate Friend of Many standing incr forc to it resolved. That in his loss tiie com a Tower of strength on the right Side of All questions and Kos olved that Thia association by his death lost the services of an officer who was always zealous for nil Liat was Jera a Well and it solved that to further tender our Heartfelt Sam path to Hia widow n her great and to his bereaved relatives and friends and be in further be solve that a copy of these Reso of the cily of fort Wayne Anil that a Tea of this meeting. George a. Durfee George b. Say Lor Frederick e. Nash. F. A. Frank Gibson. It. D. Hudgel. W. S. Arry Dick Townsend Frank e. Of a tramp guises the terrible uni Bronil disaster at the Trulu before ii lie air mich., oct. It is now ally believed that like iambic Railroad occident at Jackson last Friday was aused by a tramp who was stealing u on the train Aud wanted to get Oil before that train reached the depot. Thinking it would make the rain Slack up he turned the cock behind the tank of Tho endure hat connected the air brakes which prevented the air brakes from working his cock was Foutin open Whei the be train was in motion. Aired t. Slater. An old rail la thinks this is Tho Correct version of the Accident. He says the Engineer s not to blame As he did everything in is Power to Stop the train lie stayed a Slayter saw him jump from and countess a Hillier shot by a oct. A dispatch from Farlling tragedy in tha princely family f Bouclier de Wuhl Start which is connected by marriage with the Loch . Of Brooklyn. N. Y. The news aused a great sen Salon in Beilin Asho Blucher by wahls Talt family a Lola wealthy and important having Onne Tiou by marriage with prominent families in England and in the United states and being descended from the Anious marshal Blucher. Count Blucher a Gardener it appears was desperately in love with a very on Ine Wiestow estate. The pretty irl seems to have incurred in some manner not explained he displeasure of countess Blucher who dismissed he girl s dismissal very much to heart blubber begging them to reinstate the girl in her former position. This they to do and this refusal appears o have driven the Gardener to mad count and countess Blucher were of the Castle yesterday entirely unsuspicious of danger Wien the Gardner jumped out from behind a Bush raised a Rifle to his shoulder nud tired a shot which struck the count in thu Bead killing him almost instantly. Before the countess could recover from Trio Shock of the situation the Gardner fired a second shot which struck the countess in the neck. The Gardner Ihen committed suicide with the same is insane. So his relatives who want Hla wealth say. L. Fair the . A Fiu Scisco oct. Is. Chas. L. On an Overland Irain last night for an european Lour. Previous to Starling fair transferred All Hia property to Iii wife and made a will leaving her everything he possessed. When Tho train upon which fort Costa a Deputy sheriff entered the train and took forcible Possession of his Bride who was not disturbed left the train of her own account. The charge on which the Young Man was arrested is said to. insanity. He was brought to Han Francisco. Hayon i my ugh it it Lainon. Wurn Taliej slug. The Haydn Martet. Of ibis City took part in a musical concert Given at Blu Talon last Friday night under the management of prof. Louis Falk of Trio musical program the of that Guirgis a Young lady who a Well known Here the Haydn quartet of fort Wayne. I Housang hark the trumpet it waa their first appearance in thu City immediately they Wero obliged to respond to a Hearty encore As they did in each succeeding lumber. A liner nid is not found within Tho Borders of the state. Miss Xii slip Regis rating next on the program and Sang the with in my by Buck. Her appear of applause. She Sang exquisitely and was enthusiastically encoded but t by a -1. Lang of from tie effects of old tvo urls. such Tomt no i for Rel Vul Darco n sort incl Gnu ainu oct. Cape. J. B. S. Adams commander of Iho grand army spent n restless night at the hotel Imperial. This morning his condition seemed slightly improved. It waa decided unit during the Day to allow the discharge of pus causing his present suffering. Captain Adams and family have been in Chicago since saturday. For Many years he Hai buffered from two Bullet wounds received during Tho civil War. Sunday became More acute Anil he decided on advice of or. Lewis Tollman to have an operation p Era or mod. Tivo physicians began an of oration on Captain Adams Liis afternoon. Bur Good spirits. Tho operation full Ibe disaster. , n. T., out. No other conclusion can now be reached than that the propeller Dean Richmond with All on Board seventeen men and storm Tho vessel put into Erie in a heavy Gale at 2 o clock on saturday afternoon coated up and steamed out at 5 o clock. It s your last Wero when he and others tried to dissuade Captain Stoddard from going out in the heavy Aea. The Captain was one of the oldest and brat navigators of the Lake. He Fiden of Bis own ability to sail her through the storm. At Daybreak yesterday morning the Beach Between Van Buren and Dunkirk was found to lie strewn with wreckage including a Large Quantity of flour in barrels sacks and bags. Tho wreckage and flour came in such Quantity that it was certain a vessel had been lost and soon a piece of the Dean Richmond s Stern. With her name upon it floated in and settled her identity. A Sharp Lookout was kept along Tho Shore for the bodies of the Crete and soon after Daybreak tha body of n Man lock Grange. The body us removed to the morgue at Dunkirk. By letters found on the body tie name of Iho drowned inn was found to be 0. B Dodge of Toledo. Two Mure bodies Wero found at 4 o clock in Iho Afler noon. They wore picked up at Battery Point rat of Dunkirk. One of Ibum was thai of a Hollander about killed. Siueli is Lii Kev Sod list of the wrecked mich., oct. 14 Alt but two of those injured in yesterday s Accident on Iho Michigan Central at the s Point will doubtless recover. Some will have disfigured faces and others will have ail Lillions in rough life that will Bear against their physical vigor. The two most seriously injured Are miss Blanche Baan Lalee. Of East Canton and miss Johanna Heally of Morris Hun a. Miss Beardslee Baa a Frac Turoff Tho Skull internal injuries and is Friglet fully Cut and bruised about the Hody. There is not the slightest Hope of her recovery. spoke this morn by turns. She does not know the Fate of her Mother who was picked u dead on Pis form of the same car on which Misa beards Luo found injured. Lures of Bolh legs. Some of flu local a physicians to might tiie amputation of Ono leg would be necessary to save her life but surgeon general , of the Michigan Central Railroad who Lias by us looking after the injured said Thia i Irving. After a consultation with Tho several that it was thought lira. Sloan of North Brook fit id. Madison county sew York., is an addition to the injured report. A injured in Iho train that was pulled by Engineer Whalon. Waa in Tho second car behind tha engine and was crushed. Her husband escaped her til Mii h the same Speratore they a at the Hil birr ii Ousa mrs there u some doubt about Tho Iden Lily of the my reported a Fly. Tuc nor will in jul fun Splon Tor. Chi Casio. Oct. The world s co tors due Ioctl to make Tho last Day Columbus Day. And asserted that the fes i Vilies shall be commensurate Wilh Tho name chosen for Ilia finale. Presi Dent Cleveland has again been urge by a Resolution of the directors to give attending if pos Aime with the mom bars of Tho Cabinet and it is though Tami will yield to will he made an event in the history o the figures by or. Mortti ton Corning the world s fair . Or. A. Vorch has some figures in re attended the world s fair that Are interesting lie says that up to last saturday night the number of paid admissions to the fair since it opened amounted to and the free More smallpox Case. Mist a. Lud., oct. The Ama 1 pox epidemic Tat has raged Here for weeks was thought to w Umlett enrol but tie discovery of a new Cise thursday Lias caused a fresh alarm. Utris. Is the victim. Her son James drayman to report the Case to Tho health officers. Ora Sra Aii circulated on Tho Streels and in a Lilic yesterday and in is alleged that Puno Selv Boon rubbing up against be Nib that they might become charged with wilfully appearing in Public when the general Wien to Kab his to o clock Tom moral u Paris oct. Marshal Macmahon died at 10 o clock this morning. was Able to partake of food until yester Day. During the night the sufferers strength gradually declined and he grew weaker and weaker until the find Tho family of the deceased Soldier was present at his death. By hmm oct. General Kameko sex Minuter of War was turned yester Day with military honors. Prince Fred Erick Leopold of Prussia represented tie pm sror at tie Over i Miles and the free attendants Miles making a total Misc age of s.su5, thus making r line of people standing Side by Side that would reach three times across the continent. He Lias also figured out that to see Iho world s fair and walk travelled is something in excess of feet or nearly Twenty three Miles. This does not include state Plaisance is ignored and no account is ing to another. A walk of about forty i Niles is necessary to do the whole fair. Mass of Smilth of Timber in Hurst of tex., oct. Report from East Texas say that fifty Miles of Pine Limber reaching from Montgomery of flames. Tho whole country is dry unless rain Falls it. Is feared in. The fire. The wind to see her Meyer has weakened new York oct. M startling mrs. Henry c. P. Meyer has decided to testify again in her fun band to save her murder in the firss degree charged Surat u by n Aloiv female prisoner of mrs. Meyers in whom the latter collided. Train robber 1ml. Oct. years afro Bluford Floming of court House and informed or. C. S. Kills then treasurer of Hie county that to intended abandoning his Fame r. 1 in dead or Gioio for Good married Coleman Mcdonald an my image Citi Jon of Somerset. Her two sons by j Marion and Iho Oiler being at Janesville Ivis. Al Cirinc was for gotten everybody until tuesday Baat by to sorted. Mrs. Mcdonald in Tali. Oct. Jacob sub suffer and Frank g. Ives have placed each in tha hands of j. Harry Bollard As it second Deposit in the Billian match which a to to played in Tho injury of about thirty people. The wreck is remarkable in sonic sen Gere. Tea lost time. After Samoski had been passed there was a Clrar stretch of twelve Miles straight Kotul Levy Road to Kaat St. Louis. Tho Engineer sudden followed by hip slowing o the train the. Mils had spread whim the locomotive and the Cara follow horse years of age and Tho other that a Man of Twenty five. The latter had a Small dark mus tache neither Hody could be in inti tied. The sum of set in was fount on Tho body of the Man while the pockets of the other s wore turned Inai out and contained Noth ing Imp that the body had been robbed. There were life 01 ail Turco of the bodies Imd Evi in cantly been killed on the rocks Ashi Temple was fractured and he had i esd suck la oct. 14 owned by a. H. Allie non of Shreve wort. U was killed yes Lerdau on the Illinois Central track. It was tiredly lie j Wilkki Ami valued at conference Finui cacti. A session us to the anti Trust association of the a Locc. Hoc. J. B. Of this cily a a Delegate from the state of men kurd will. Emi sotos. Ill oct who which is bring bored at Tibia Jan prems Torolv Diss harped about fifty Houmu of the slut Hilling of tin it liens of Lii. Placo seriously i Furin three others and damaging aim in o i business houses in tie ocl. Tha Cox Bank ing Bill has passed the House of rope the Huntington Democrat says Marion . Of fort Wayne spent saturday and sunday with Reh Lyta and friends in tie Lud oct. I Sta Union swore that it was a to testified that his Iti St Story was True that Noah his Olliso saturday Etc ninja jus Tice France in marriage Hiss a 5.1 or. Edward Sirc by both Reaid enu of this e. Ferguson of Chicago is visiting Hii brother s. F. Ferguson of Fly boons Street

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