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

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13 Sep 1893

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Weekly Fort Wayne Sentinel (Newspaper) - September 13, 1893, Fort Wayne, IndianaEstablished part first a Ken Isdar Skitko packs. La Ailt Volumia l mue15 As t k p1 to b b b us the Devil ii to . Don t alarm a passengers and keep the doors eked and in May to Able to keep ice out of this part of Tho train he had scarcely Here were half u men pistol shots by lofted a few minutes later by two oud explosions. 1 Altemari Learned my the Safe bad Beci blown open. Oliero must live been at least Wenly five of tha men. And they took Omleto Possession of the train. To Ould hear them running Over the f Tho cars and flitting by the windows. "1 tried my Best to keep the people in Lair bunks but the news soon spread. Ren Wero running about hiding their there was not a shoot no Iron in our or. Anil if any of Trio robbers had got u we would have been completely at an elderly lady by the name of Horn a on c. It. Green of Pittsburg. Was one of suck of the mail and express Cara. Horrified Porter Woods Story regarding it was one of Tho most exciting it came to suddenly that to could Marcely realize what was happening until we heard Tho shots. The train men All behaved splendidly Imd d everything possible to the engers. As soon As the train stopped one o he brakeman jumped from the train and hurried Back through Llin dark to torpedo Tho track for the next tra n several shots were fired at him but far us could learn he was not Hurt. Milton m. Weiss the express me sender Olio was in charge of Tho car a Tho time of Tho attack said Tho first 1 knew of Tho attack was. After Trio train had slopped when heard two shots on the outside Fin in i rapid succession. My Helper k. B ii Cann through the door track by a Teli Aikin exl Loii Lils and at the game instant Hamlin an myself were knocked violently to to floor on Nair backs. 1 was stunned of a moment Ami could scarcely real ii what bad occurred. When i regain my senses 1 found myself under alarm work and stood , one having a Winehoe. My head Imd the fellow covering my he Pir in a Similo one of the men spoke telling unt to move or they would blow to brains out of us. To is is about i i be e. D. Age Tho first knew of the said Xing was when the train slowed up and finally stopped in Tho Gulch about to Miles from the station. I heard of 10 shooting and supposed the Sig a a were being exploited the Gnu Lector walked through the Trai i and hosted this is not a station it was still for a moment and then Here was to excision. A dynamite Artridge had been thrown under Tho Loor of the express car. Windows Ilow Elled Are being held up. Aure a Nouli. G d d n Yoti get your loads in All of then All was con lid two of them had hysterics. Tho men. Wero hiding valuables watches were Slid into boots wallets vere secreted under Coats jewelry was valuables in sight in Tho car. Every "1 plucked up my courage and crawl Bedout the peeped around the Corner of the baggage car. In the darkness i could see at least Ilieen men moving Abovitz and every few ruin uts a revolver would to raised Aiu fired. 1 could just see the express Man standing with his arms uplifted. Time inside the car and 1 heard some body Sav what s in the Little and i answer nothing but. Papers.1 Engineer was lying shot through the shoulder because to refused to throw up his hands. He was game Clea through that fellow. Then suddenly it As death. I crept Back Ini the car for the robber bad decamped with their Booty. It was ten minutes then there was a sigh of re lift. People began to Hunt up their valuables and men could to Wen pulling watches and Money out of Secre , hat and cushions. 1 child was thankful when the train moved out of Tho Gulch with the. Plucky wounded Engineer at the throw tie. Was my in a bus at Kantilall 1 no. 1 could not distinguish any o 1 the Rol-1-ers, although from Voies and what Little 1 could Seo i believe two of them were coloured men. The talked Little att j promptly inn c. Mccoy of raw font s Corner vet Iango county pa., was in 01 o of to Day Roaches when Tho train was Hel the first thing 1 said h track. Almost Ira Modla Fly Alier in Tialin is l to a top one of to i in an Start ii toward Tho engine. Her Che Thorn Cine fill i jilt and crawled u a into the n cub. The Engineer was the lying Back of his Seal with a by e Kiet i l e Engineer disobeyed the order and he rest of the train but the move Matt Elvt-3 the train and kept up a constant firing to keep the Crew and passengers frightened that they might not Rush out and overpower them. As soon As a Bead showed itself Down the train a shot whizzed by As a warning to he express car two held up the messenger m. W. Weiss while Tho other blew the Safe Ouen with dynamite. Telegraph elation two film Back but 1 was driven Back into Tho train by shots. I finally put my lantern under my coat and sneaked and walked to Thi station where i telegraphed tiie to c officials by cd How sept. The United status express Safe in the train held up and dynamited by robbers on the Lake lived to have contained nearly including a shipment of from Chicago to now York Bank. Tho making every Effort to conceal the acts concerning the assistant of messenger vie isl returned general manager Crosby of the company. To reporters he said he did not know anything about Tho Ewe. Tor Eim Ohio sept. La express by rolling it Over to the pile of first shots and covering it with Smalt stuff. Tim rubbers did not of dollars. It not known lion much was in the Small Safe As Trio express agent did not know him self. To does not to i u know lie car As they Aro Kepi Sec i at both ends of the route. To Able property. It May be that Tho d i h i i Dpi 11 a characteristic Way. U was a Lew minutes alter 2 o clock when the president walked from his in ifs apartment into Ollice of private Secretary Thurber. To slept re up to the Secretary and with a Happy Emile on his face put out his hand and said the uth of september would go Down in history it or. Thurber a sect la. And it asked the Detroit Man. In ilium response. To Felt any president told or. Thurber he night give Tho glad tidings to the to work. Ruth s few sinter is said to give Iro miso of great Beauty the nurse declared in her enthusiasm that it was even prettier thin miss tilth but Ineat Dilli cult for those who have Wen Tho first born to believe. She has not been weighed but is said to Waigli nil of ten pounds if not More Klie has Bright eyes is As fat and stubby As one could wish and As already said a Lerry for a time in the soul heat Corner of the White House. The new baby s outfit. time mrs. Cleveland has a great Deal of pleasure and she likes to devote it to baby Ruth s outfit was made by a new York seamstress. Mrs. Cleveland know what a baby required. But this Cleveland s experience with Luth i. Has enjoyed Tho Benefit of Tho Hue materials Sulci As Loti Ocels Woollen goods soft Silks id the like which Hayo been sent to Cleveland to to u into baby clothes. White. Bite says it shows at a Glanc besides that it u the Emblem of purity and is sweeter far for Babyhood the n color can Ever to. Mrs. Cleveland made most of lie baby s underclothes with her of very simple in design. The body o the put Coats is Sut in the same Piec. Us a Iris. Early All an made i the fashion described for Tho a loss Wing at Tho Ncik and falling ii one Long sweep a Yard below baby toes. Making of Skirls a Verj simple. Mrs. Cleveland bad Only i Calber to atm at the neck with a Silt ribbon and hem them around Tho Bot Tuin. With a Fanny a Tilch in loss. Man of mr.-. Luvel Sigil s id Eine Honor of make the . of mrs. 11h1 "n-fi.tfd. Tony i Iun kind animated by Tii b sweetest Motreb. So baby Clevelan up ii which a a Sot Many people l1u1 1 i r d. Drw City is a physician at Whitehall 1 11. Mrs. Rebecca Furnham. Tin Mother of Calvin Eurn am Eal Esmau it the Indiana died men afternoon at her Home in Madison ml., aged fifty Sis years live Mouths and thirteen Davs. She was a Christian lady loved and esteemed by All who knew her and had lived a useful life. Her took place Yeater Dav the burial Bein in pleasant Midge cemetery six Miles no Rah of Madison and Tho services conducted by Kev. Calvin . She was a life Long member of the m. E. Or. And mrs. Were both at Madison to attend . Leaving 1 Ere As soon As they received the Tele by t arriving a few hours too late to see their Mother alive. They had however but Littely returned from a visit of a a rps to their pare tits Home. 5ir, a Urnham s father is still living to her main. Hib Furte a Dilys old child of or. And mra. Herman Gueitz of no. 670 Broadway died monday morning of spasms. The waa held from Lasel Julia the eighteen months old child of or. And mrs. Thomas h. Hell lied at their Home no. 7.s West third and Bruin trouble. On sunday occurred the death o Hazel tiie six Mon ill old of or mrs. .1. K. Snider of cholera in ii Tum. Funeral occurred yesterday. Jacob sneer eighteen Mon tin old child of or. And mrs. John died the will in held tomorrow Man had been a rodent of this Counis for the Pic a sixty two year. 1 Al Columbia Civ ssi Turda Afulei noon occurred into death of mrs. I it Maxi Aktiv wife of me Naomiy. She bid Wii ill for Abou t and the Tii use of her death was peritonitis the thirty Tivo years of and with daughter of Jacob one o the pioneers of White pm county. Sli had married to or. Masai n to inning ust. And was it let bed aids o Hii wife when i Iid i flu Lulu monday Vowk from tin Fauly i i City. Sunday morning m " Dock a ii 4-1 it. Flora ii Donahue Nway to Tho Homo c faithful husband a kind and 1hj Hon fcb t i h h p k e against uie diff erect companies action. Euie pa., sept. The it. F. Wat on paper company which has been running on half time started yesterday morning on in 1 time with a full Force of we employees. The Erie Forte works i started with a full complement of gau.m.m3, Ohio sept. The the Fuller Lutao Spiller fas tories employ aug about is Komsi i Lii Ohio sept. The a Hiety Iron works started a yesterday morning with employees. More will he put on in Days. Softli Kutos conn., sept. All the factories of the i Eck Stowe to Wiles company at Plantsville. East Berlin and this place started up , x. Y., sept. The Empire state unit tiny Milla resumed one month. John wiederhold co. Manufacturers of woolens underwear Day with a limited number of hands. Milovi Busce k. 1., sept. Tiie Cestos Habtoi-., Mich. Sept. Furniture factory of Spencer. Yesterday after an idleness of toll Ion in greatest train Rob of of the n k n to o. A. Haines vice noes ind. William Shonickey sew ind. William Kichar Daon 21 17 slate Street Chicago. H. D. And sigh Faith held 111. E. A. Barnard. Terre Auto ind. Charles Litch the Knox county ind. Hurt about the head and internally. Michel Ball uw3 Jack on Street William Brewer bag Jaae master train left leg crushed and internal injuries lives at ind. Paul ser Beer ind., r foot crushed. James be Lenberry card in Ohio Hurt about Cicat. Joseph Ball Ai i Lampson Street. Louisville kv., left if crushed hip d and internal injuries. Kichty a Wes Forke lud., William j. Turner 730 West Lake Street Chicago Hurt about head. Joseph Diolun Galea. Clyde Ohio Leys in Gold taken by masked men in hold up an express train near Kendallville Engineer shot while and then the bandits to 1 train. The express car and tie Safe blown oped Yjih Ami tiie Uoti Liers Sekii Riff 1 Booty Decapo in tit Kyc civil Ico sept. Lake Shore Michigan Southern passenger Irani East bout 1. Visa held up o clock 1 1 s Nior Nins by t masked robbers at Kessier la email stat 011 150 i Ileal South o of 1 a United Stales express cow of boo Olin Gold being i hipped by ii Chicago Batuik. A Lew Rodi Ivest of Kessler vol f t e 1 country through a leak o. Sam antosu., tex., sept. Col. K. M. Moore special agent of the tales Treasury department has just re i Mfd from the Border abated and tie Frontier of Mexico is Hron sed with celestial who Aro Only Viil Mugfor a favourable time to Cross 1 e Hio i Ramie. The Mutuc Lingol the a worked to smoothly opt red. Out of Hundred that hav reached so 1 from Mexico during the last three months Only about forty have been Aponio. Del Ito. And paso await ing Oday that More chinamen had Lii a i captured at Mexico. These Are cared with Vio Latius the exclusion act. Sas Gal sept. The unexpected change in of the possibility of Tho deportation clause being enforced has aroused Lively interest All Over the coast especially in the chinese consulate has Boon for the telegrams from Tho legation at the contents of which Are of course closely guarded. Lymari Moi by the Legal advocate of Tho chinese for years said in an interview yesterday that he knew what the chinese govern Montre Ould do in the event of whole by Yang you the new chinese minister number i believe that the chinese government will it tidally ask this Pov time to Ailus chinese to Roister. Sec. In Chi ssi it if such n request is no complied with i Bolh it or. Cleveland will Luik to Grant the slay this boil if the Mongolia us will Register As thu i should Havo done that will avoid Trouk and sex Petite. If that is not Lone their Ivil be a withdrawal of retaliation and a Hundred Power which is Anoai at will be on the Side of a actin a in Hift i Uit cd stat a court to cation for warrants ordering Tho in this Ity. disc taif of i. I . Havo 1 Fennix Straw Sluk i. A map and everal org i Liny have to o de Trow. Tho so for is f open and put on Ibn brakes to Tho twin from destruction. The train hardly came to Asla ids till when Allorde of armed to Tho Teeth made a dash for the express oar. They had come prepared for action. Tho Engineer divined the motive and. Grasping his con pick in his Bauda Nigado it desperate resistance. Quo of tie robbers was struck Down and fell Oil Tho engine without a groan. Another Culmo Over Tae leveling his Ruvo ver the dim Light Ahot the Brave Engineer in tilt Chest seriously wounding him. The fireman for his life. Meantime Hie sudden stopping peered out in the to to Mot with a Shower of bullets. The robbers worked quickly. While some wore sub Uii p the Engineer and trainmen others produced dynamite and Silew open the door of Tho express car where they expected to secure the valuable Booty. Tho door were shattered. The awful blast Shook lie whole train. The express Roesse Gera or Ere terrified. Til report which readied Chicago at o clock this morning Saya they wet soon overpowered by the robbers. The Safe was next attacked and i ivae but Short work for the desp crat villains to blow t open with dynamic and to Bug the contents and alien Tho hastily made their escape nto the darkness. Tho Pisa Engra wisely Sci themselves out of danger. When the trainmen became assure that All danger was passed they Era Lei out and took an inventory of the dam age a co isl tettion was held Ami wit the Condi actor at the throttle and the wounded Engineer in a poach Tho pulled nto the Ida Livic a to stance Only a few mite. After Trio Engineer had receive medical attendance and a posse lift been sent in exarch of the Bandit and fireman. Williarm Youley who stealing ride on Tho front end of the car end who saw All without Hume pest. Snut Lux crises acid two deaths. Ainie Ivr. Ind., sept. Mrs. Can Nady on South Walnut Street died of the second fatality of the dread peat at the borne c Mark Walling on Ohio Avenue. In All there have been sixty August 1 j. Two deaths have resulted twelve cases have been discharged and Twenty or. Limval Tsing. A new hotel building in a Remote part of the City being taken there a soon As discovered. Taylor Moore and his sister in charge and the patients will be Well cared far. Another House will be scoured to take people who have been exposed but Mav cot take Iho disease Havor Brady City health Allicer Jackson and Council-31.2110 per week. It expend is to be spared. Or. Heed is visiting the inspected cases and or. Leech is in charge it the Hospital. All patients Here . Crelly from others and this at Oriu an excuse for the failure to discover it at first. It has i Milder fever but in cold weather would Likely be just As set Raas any. Bisin. Roughly disinfected at the Post office 0 before leaving the City. Enforce the school sept. Attorney today and was asked regarding the Law Tho county Trews re All Tho surplus school funds in their hands at tiie close of the school year tin a slicers inv my said the truth of the matter is that the trustees Over us state have beef in Soyini the slate tuition fund i Hicl tint objected to requires to be turned into the state Treasury the null Trio to unit for private gain ant in a Ari Al Many instances they have tuition funds which Wouch he a Lolly a twin a Kary when thu jaw that for years have been used by Privat or haul Ollices to do their banking on with regard to that make a fat to Ilig out of the Depute r collections. 1 Bavo Only to say that i Spito of the Devil 1 will enl re 1 the. Laws of Indiana and whatever , Ala sept. There consternation in business circles Ove o . The certificate Nuu ors of Aifiti daring train Rol wry inched this Rily shortly after clock a. Ill sheriff Clausmeier. Marshal it and chief of i Olio Wilkinson a Rici ived a message who d read As follows , Sci. Chi 1 of i Urr. Uii l 1 a ten Shore and i Clingan Souther twin no. I was held up Atid Robu about this Nior Ning. All the hot through i the ii him. Thir were of the w i Winch a i.-, to. W. I City marshal. 1 a i spittle was also received at 1 1 office of the i United Stales i of Pony. Beaver to not t by the Otic was for. Today called for the res ignation of i Philip m. Hild Elrand. Surveyor of custom at , hid

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