From the Weekly Wisconsin 26-April-1882 page 4
. i, ^^f^? 5' BEOWN - the supposed head of the Douglass. County bond and warrant frauds, was arrested on the 21st nist._ on an indictment brought by the Tankton County grand jury charging him with perjury in swearing to a petition upon which Gov. Ordway organized ,» • - . m . • • _~~ — *. "^T v*«£* the county of Douglass last winter. He is held in $3,000 bail. THE car of the Texas Express Company was ransacked on the 21st inst near Eangor, on the Texas Pacifie road' by eight men. Four,rangers, who had been traveling as guards on the train for some weeks were aroused from their sleep and opened fire upon the robbers, ihirty shots were exchanged. The robbers took to the woods. One is thought to be mortally wounded, FOM hundred and sixty dollars wastheanronntrecured. A GALVESTON d'ispatch mentions the arnvaiof the sheriff of Bobinson County from Frankbn with a prisoner named iranz Masig, alias " Cool Banner " A warrant was sworn out by Julius Eauf- man, Austrian and Hungarian consul ftlyesten, that Masig in 1879; and i, while member of the firm of Marwitz & Masig, Antienima, Bohemia, amounting to $100,000,- ^fa^Ie^thl country and came to Texas. The case involved extradition and caused considerable .interest. Masig confesses the charges and expresses a willingness to go to Austria and stand trial. A Terrible .Lesson. Crrr, April 22.—A dispatch " ""—- 4. horrible accident from Carbon sava:. occurred here yesterday/afternoon, resulting in the burning to death of Mrs. u Hen "el. So far as can be learned she was attempting to start a fire with oil. v Tha can exploded with such force as to cause unconsciousness. Her remains were unrecognizable. Mr. Hendel is a carpenter in the employ of the Union Pacific depot here. Boiled to Heath in Soap. TEBBE HAUTE, Ind., April 22.—The remaws of a human body were found yesterday .morning in a yat of iot liquid' soap at the Haggerty soap factory. It presented a most sickening sight The body is supposed to be that of a'tramp j v. j f-,^- *^ e fa ctoiy to sleep and had fallen into the tatik. '