Louis Fortriede, Fort Wayne Daily Gazette, Sat. Feb. 13k 1892, p.4
the Al llUdCO rOEQEE. MV isi.ii iinai A Teeesj Mm m Im Telia ht rwsaleg VSieaae He Wwlh Wis. George Moore, an alleged forger, was taken before 'tSaolre Wilkinson male. day chirged wllh forging clinks. Tba case not bring ready for trial, a eootinn taken until JHondar at g o'clock and tbe prwoner waa put lo Jail, Itiaallftnrd that Moore stepped lute Hr7Fortrti tie s atora Thnrwlav afte ami undertook to pass s Hamilton l - ouiflj noon National bank check for tri. navablM ia tieorge Moore snd signed bf John Graham Mr Fortriede remembered faav - s been v Ictimiied bv a atransrer a ahort time aso and v - ry naturally rsfueed to sroept the ibek The youth next wept acmes I lie etreet to the U & clothing house, bought goods for fx, lianddln ths utittk sod fMMivad ti U change, tie lelt the goods in tbe pawel st the store saving that he would retura Hrw mivoi iiiauejti piaiw oi opei was Charles F. Grade A (Jo 'a tin atnr. sad that house caslied a $10 check lor, him When tbe check was presented at uie bank it Was pcouounoed to be wortfa - Itss ss there was no acoount at tlie beak to back it. The oincers who were givsa ths ease did not rua the man down antll Kitardiy, when iSlieriuT Vlberg aad nnt ThmnaaT Wllklnsnii tnnaul ktsa ! a house at SO Montgomery street la tbe company of two women. Ha tried to eeropo but was aneatad. Tba prisoner refuses to talk much. He says be formerly kept a cattle renub near balls, Tatxaa. nf aihtnh ha lassiill n.nnarl.lA.