Weekly Fort Wayne Sentinel in Fort-Wayne, Indiana
6 Sep 1893

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6 Sep 1893

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Weekly Fort Wayne Sentinel (Newspaper) - September 6, 1893, Fort Wayne, IndianaPer established 183 Isai Klutt packs. Part f1ust. Volume umber 31. full monday morning Young u pre d. Met Chaut. Of lays re again with the old operation. Tho inuit is of m it in South Vales and to approximately Furth accompanied by Urs. Cd and their daughter. Kuth. Nurse Naid arrived in Washington this Moi no at on schedule Iro Fagaia Road in a special car attached was while and looked like Kik Iii pow this fight shall to stopped at he waa found Slid and in death at clock last night. The party remained on the train in 7 o clock then Lime a Ere met by Rivalto Secretary Thurber with car tages and drive to the White House in drenching rain. The president and Jim. Cleveland will go to or. Thurber was afterwards asked As today has been taken up with it a Talka on Liis bag Sheie will be another Public the will be in sea Ivd pfc asked Whai had eaten. He general health of Tho party a replied that everybody was Fec Lin first rate and the adjourn at Gray Gables had been Beu Elicia to All. Or. Cleveland in particular wits in Excel Jos. Jinkinson dead. Upon the and furnish All need with flip talking on Silver. T spirit his Eye was Bright and i has hid say upon mrs. In Ives wife of the doctor to Friday morning. Occurred the death of Joseph j. Lenk Mson n Well Kuo Wii attorney of this City at Newport. Ky., count of his health. His wife four children and sister Bliss Emma Jenkinson were at his bedside the time of his death. Or. born and raised and again a called his friends of Jar. My mra. M. Jacci Olgaa. Nea ii a stated on Good authority that now i am tired of the who by unexpended school funds. Iradge that i a link it Muotoe Light old everybody to help Thomasl As Niheu a relied by the glib it Oil 01. Hear inf the Maua Gorant of the Fristic club had tin ii to Lake Tiu Pasico by Surprise. The the school officials of Tho Tat d for an indefinite that in this Coli pity his father having be preparing to test the Validity of the Law it for him until he sobered up Ity. The deceased was a Neph Many years practice . Him the term Spencer to Jenkisson. While the strains of Mendelshon Hool funds paid into the hands of school officers by Tho state which was Toa drunk to sit on his horse City monday and the funeral took Nis. Miss Minnie Fulton the maid Hite latin and Albatross. The g after the opening. Traders based the they expect to is of a highly favourable character. Some of them go As fur to predict that the present deficit nearly will be wiped out. O Tiu theory they bought heavily. The steamship City of Paris Bro Ujah in to unto of Gold. The Umbria has also 37.000 pounds on Board. The imports of specie at Tho port of new York for the week were of which. Were Gold Silver. Dead of the South i Hilt. Ull bar. Savannah St it. S. Riedling of Tom wholesales grocery firm of s. Guckenheimer to son. Return ii from Beaufort last on a special jul. Having left there yesterday morning. Or. Fried ilium says that .11 Leas flu per used in that Vicinity i that repo f Lif Toeu in Airt a will a fou l n to Yei Erduy the e in Vard id thav or hid held Liu Sidn d lion Lii a thirty seven of which were Une pit and Silty in nother. It is possible to procure coiling. The loss at Beaufort exceed half a million. The phosphate Industry Naar Beaufort has been mined and the crops in sen Iila Nuri Are a Lief comes the suffering will the indescribable. Attempts it have own abandoned. It will be a week before All the dead Aro found As there a still much water on the islands. Beneath which there Are Many bodies. The sea. Too la Slu ivly carrying Nyji its dead. Thes Eilering of negroes who constitute 9 j per cent of the unfortunates Aro almost indescribable and several Days must be i pass before their ii Rebai Tho menace 10 the health from Tho decomposition of human und other bodies scattered All Over the islands makes the situation worse. Sot a Vest Hub info of houses Farni ail having floated away. Whole Settle Goue. All boats and floats and Means of getting from Point to Point lire gone mid whim an occasional tout traveller comes into town there is no getting any authentic or minute de scrip places _ an important witness l exist to s. Ky., sept. With miss Madeline Pollard s suit against Tepra tentative w. C. P. Wreck Inri Dize which will have an important bearing upon the result. Appeared with general Duke inn Louis Ville paper he received n letter from mra. Blackburn. Owing to Tho close relations that general Duke had with the late governor Luke p. Blackburn and the no less cordial Friendship which had always existed Between mrs. Black Burn and himself and his family she in addressing him on the delicate subject. She told Hirt that had he known the fact he would not have undertaken to defend colonel she went Oil in say in substance that the latter had told her of Hia engagement with miss Tollard. Had placed miss Pollard under her Chaperon ago. And had especially requested mrs. Black Pollard on the ground that she would soon become mrs. Breck Ritac it appears further that Rie Nalor Joe Blackburn who was half brother to governor Blackburn. Became acquainted with miss poll try. And when he heard How mrs. Blackburn a 1 been imposed upon to on several occasions and without secrecy that to intended holding responsible for his conduct. Should Hie Caso Cutno to trial during Thole food Blackburn she will prove an important witness. Though she shrinks in womanly Modaty from the ordeal and d reply deplores the affects land ownerships real death Sinrud by Hie is after his rest. Wasiqi Stox sept. Una insect. Representative Hart Man of Montana was yesterday permitted to he boundaries of Tho yellow Stogie Ark. It is Tho Bill that passed Senate at the last Coc reas but ailed Tho House. By its terms that lion of the Park lying Niiori heist grated from the Park Anil restored i the Public Domain. The extent of be Park however is to to increased y the addition of a strip on the East d South in a joining. Or. Hart Railroad to the Cook City mining Region outside the limits of the Park. Plenty of mow. He Bank vaults Iro full Aud Itealy for distribution. Cut Ico sept. -1 a Mancial sit. Said Philip d. Armour has id sudden it Baa been. Money to arc a fair Mouths Agu is now being ill red from every source. All Tho auks Are trying to place funds now and Are urgent about it. We had oilers Money from eight different sources even from new re. It will not be Long by Foro Money is As cheap As anybody Ever saw it is Aud Baa been All a matter of i their reserves but they were carry in it to provide against something icy apprehended. Now the fears Are As Smith change in the Sav in Bank depositor. He catches the new limit As quickly As the banker. His May be dragged through this mire. Of Secl Here and them Aamna the Law m tired of it. I have freely expended Fortune in lighting them. But the but i do propose to give them any 1. Thatcher craves did not for Devil with the Juleath of mrs. Ear Paliy. I write this knowing what the will soon have in store for me. The people will believe pity and sym Lathine with me. They will know that the strongest Man can is beaten Down by a Cyclone of tilth mud and visited the bloc for saturday. As is the custom they were s. Heir persons. As ii free letters or. Graves undoubtedly committed suicide but with what drug he autopsy alone will Tell. It was sup used however that he took mor Hine. The letter left by the doctor directed i his wife is a very lengthy one. Of the letter addressed to the Niblic known until mrs. Graves has it cd production Aud enhanced Price my wages and he thought a con of this Money depreciated everything found o and it read a now Back in Tho Bank again. Or for anybody to got drunk. Tho Cut will continue but it will not to i smooth sailing for a week or two. Railroads will not have Tom Iago some time hut they will get there Ter awhile. The turn has been made id that is the important of Tho provision situation or. Ai our said Tor the next sixty Days it it a matter of Supply. We Aro right to the Shoate. H u hard to Jill Tho j i nand. In lha two weeks after the it pierces of lard. Tho whole world set going without seeks the Man Illarion was a threat. Everybody was raid to buy. After the smash and ice it has teemed impossible to till i the holes stocks Here Are next to in them. But there is a big hog crop Aing i Lang. A Host or them and All thy. The pig this season has been up a member of Tho family. Blanket thrown Over it. Them will be hogs enough january if. Sirs. Barnaby was loft a Large Fer Ine on the death of her husband. She no tin it meeting with or. T. Thatcher Graves occurred at his Oil of Broadway at Providence in i Lele Onk 1 d in r 3 by the i from ii r or cml 1 lol 1 Lingjr to of North card the Lina Aco committee addressed the Jar. Vamce his speech with the statement thet Tho great Law of Supply and demand operated in Resard to Money it did to every thing else. Fir though b Aeu my defer in. Inflected less than products. The which would follow that destruction of noilting in the aggregate to it would be impossible accurately to describe. Still this process of the repeal of the Sherman Cuney for this generation unless Ilion of the Debould re it As they did after the fraudulent Demonti action of is73. Let no doubt that this movement for the of the Sherman act was Loiti no holders of the world. Our own store had been repeatedly announced ill the Bri Fuh limit a of Romu ions mid n where denied that the intent of the s the Dollar in the hands of those who us it and increase the value of All t in reply to senator Gordon s Juery Rhy the friends of Silver halted be re not surprised. The fast that a similar report was circulated tests they said show them to be Union dwt. They say the after the first contest Given by the club these trials will take place in the Cir . Having permitted the. Contests to the club s rights. The columbian thle Tii club Cairns the pin Lection of a his passed by the last general Assembly the lights to i and prompted this unexpected change in plans formed by governor Matthews and judge Gillette will be Learned and a pastoral letter 1 which Bishop defines Tom school sit Mitoi treated her in it i or p r n i v Rev. M. J. F. Albrecht old liar Naby left there for a trip i 1 heir trip was not be Nelich to i i Nat an 1 h t c i d m f i n n e the it r o Nofs no 1 1 1 in b r i i t 0 r 1 e o i 11 r n to t we t toil t h 1 i f 1 o t 11 1 of a of h re in d from a ride to the Worrell i i be r to c to both k ii. It mrs. Worrell not r la x. Colo i t b 1 a o to 1 of co to h u i pastoral l c 11 1 c i u to t d from All that 1 i 1 to to loot j t d to n Filer t a ii e 1 e Ort to c the key. Grat lations were passed the guess re a county super Niaud us Eichorn of pair left for a Lution. And in a i us Biluys ill lean on a by ii Al Lour also taking i the world s fair. After their return to a Lution they ill be at Home to their friends in y of the wholesale Boot ton and a son of the Lato Joseph Lesh it Ual the ind. Sept i n p 1 o t n s t to dissolved owing to the Wither 1 Fitl Stan Ico j Al cd ii Jere t o the to the e rent t of u t n com the used t i beaten by thug 1 1 to Wlk for Al to t ii Lal has at thues so interfered wish his Caiiou that it prevented him from following it for weeks. Time without number has the Sext sri. Written up the Dru Keji escapades no seeing the consequence of his mis oath that he would n n to before la j 1 i i inscribe Al to e c i n 1 for i c after taking this oath he went i on it 1 lion n i i t pm i n 1 t i for of t m i 1 no 1 for to i r an 1 in 1 Check this evil the state superintendent prepared it Bill for passage at the last the Law provides that township trustees end school boards of Toms and cities shall on inc first Mon in unexpended bal 100 of Tho state Tui utile in their the failure to do this u accompanied by a Penally double the amount in. Rol cd. The faithful execution of Tho hich it is intended and Force school fliers to t and the state i local levies m.1 lop Oil the which have been a source of Bea Elit to them. Fort Evans in these funds. At fort Wayne it lutherans at Chicago. The lutheran Congress at the world s fair which dosed sunday Niy lit was at Rev. Sauer and professor Crull of this City and they Uro thus in the Chicago Herald this morning the eve plug meeting in Columbus Ilou meeting was held Iti Ono of the Mailer Hall. Rev. L. Hoelter pre idea. Addresses were Given by Eav. I. Sauer of fort Wayne intl., on love this Lur country there fore we our parochial professor a. Crull of fort Wayne very re pee t if the f the Many that hav eld in the Art Institute. . It was Cip Esteil when tilt Law was passed that the school officers would make a protest and Endeavor if the claim is absurd Itiat these moneys i i state revenues Mill be refunded to the Urt holds the Law invalid it will u b to b t be the lie t on e by Dollar will be returned j Al Ere t i n 11 1 i Enqu i thru is run the 1 v it t it it w 11 not to c Lul j i the r n u t 1 b i 1 1 1 or of Floo 1 not Rrt i 1 Rel on j to 1 or q r not one of the staff. Mcd full of i 1 j to t or o i be i the statistics of the sunday schools of the United states and British Amer Day school convention at St. Louis Are something wonderful. To take but Taro items in Tho report of tic Secre tory there Are within the jurisdiction teachers and Oili cers and 104 scholars. These Lisure Are stupendous and glibly As they May be spoken they Spreher Ible. Compar v 1 the in ii on within the grasp of the mind. To e o be it m to said that the sunday schools of the i t i Abr t 1 America t t Ether u Ler o e 0 Veru pop Tilous As the Young nation which broke the Power of Britain on this continent and became the Ivind r numbers with the array of the sunday school army nor has there n j off f Laud o on my thing to in r to t Nile is be needs .1 e t a plan which puts n to 1 t n m 11 cd Hlgren i 1 n v i t beak their 11 h c to same kind books Ami teaches them for an hour Ici which Row by Brill had charge of to n to i r de the re 1 inner m is 11 r 1 pal no do too in f 11 j o h into to d 1 r 1 the f a idiot in r ick. O la r Way to the Battlefield. Enro Ute Home they to it e f to i be Hinn

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