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in a CHIME KOTES. INDIANS murdered two teamsters near Hereford, A. T. CHAS. CABTEB, an aged citizen of Muncie, HI., was shot and killed by bbrglars. . HAKBZ TOOTS and Herman Monk, the former a farmer and the latter a tanner, suicided at Louisville. AiiEx. FISHEB, manager of the Ontario Bank, at Toronto, Canada, committed suicide on the 19th inst. . BTVEBS (colored) for the murder of Margaret Washington, at Memphis,, last September, will be .hanged June 2. GEO. TOST, a dissipated farmer near Leroy, -McLean County, HI.,. blew his brains out in a frenzy produced by morphine and whisky. BUBGBABS broke into Bassett's warehouse, in Seymour, Conn., on the 17th and in blowing open the safe set fire to the building and an adjoining residence. Loss $45,000. SEVEN penitentiary convicts, near Little Bock, Ark., made a'break'for liberty, on the. 17th inst. Two were recaptured, and one named Kirk was killed by the guard. • ^FBANK WACHNEB, son of -a wealthy German of Bloomington, I1V, has been arrested for. striking Michael Lynch on the head with a bottle in a free fight, from the effects of which he died. Gov. . BOBEBTS. of Texas, " issued a proclamation .offering $200 reward for each of the six men engaged in the train robbery on' the Gulf/ Colorado and Santa Fe Bailroad, near Cleburne, on the 7th inst. .'. : • . • CHABiiES H. AioiEN, a young man 25 years old, son of John G. Allen, of Wm. H.. Allen- & Co., wholesale dry goods merchants of Sedalia, Mo., shot himself through the head in a saloon at St. Louis, on the 16th inst. AT Bloomington, HI., on the 16th inst., Michael Lynch, a blacksmith aged 23, and recently from Canada, died from the effects of a blow on the head inflicted by a wine bottle in the hands of some unknown person at a^dance two nights previous. B. M. STEBBS, mayor of Polk City, Iowa, was murdered in his bedroom by burglars. It is believed that there was $7,000 in the house, but none Of it was taken. The sheriff and a squad of police from Des Moines are endeavoring to capture the assassins. THE Denver Tribune says Navin, the rascally mayor, of Adrian, Mich., was in Denver on the. 8th inst., and had been there once not long ago; also one or more of Pinkerton's men arrived there twenty-four hours afteri Savin .was accompanied by Loiilea^ THE Ford boys, -who shot the outlaw Jesse James, were taken into court at St. Joseph, Mo., on the 17th, and immediately pleaded guilty of murder in the first degree. The judge sentenced them both to be hanged May 19. Gov. Crittenden then pardoned them. ' THE announcement of the arrest of Bpute Agent Parke at St. Louis is hailed with delight at Denver. Eighty-seven complaints of lost drafts, etc., were made to the inspector the last three months. It is thought the purpose of the thieves was to secure signatures for a gigantic scheme of forgeries. AT Petersburgh, Monroe County, Mich., safes in the stores of Beckler & Bufisell, Barrett, and A. J. Beokler were blown open, on the night of the 17th inst, and robbed of $1,200. A lot ofjewelry, pocket cutlery, etc., were taken from Beckler & BusselL The thieves also stole a horse and buggy from a livery stable, and made good 1 escape. . ; -I

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  1. The Weekly Wisconsin,
  2. 26 Apr 1882, Wed,
  3. Page 2

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