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Fort Wayne Journal (Newspaper) - October 19, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana FORT WAtKE WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 19 1898 THE rf KOh A THE COURT NEWS applied a divorce Matilda The of the M K over Ulcu at wau of lui at thf re the the und deputtru having directed that reference he made to thU Thu wud of und Oh providence all things In earth and Will und events l if the life of Thy which had and the counsels and armd of our to the relief of an und thu of war us ill uiui voln ua willi tlie of wisdom of Thy holy fear us under the burden of tlie new duties with our Id charBert iho und the of whom or this und in the tries and the to which OH thb duy and from day our rule U to extend Grunt ua to the heat a urea t the of Kood true erty Justice und love that decking In all to do Thy will Wu may ba tht of Thy glory thro unit Christ our Lord Amen Doune priding ot the house ot und the nil of thu house of joined tn directing tho and all the bishops und united in the national prayer At the of the the came up for slon were taken to guard this standard by provision The Rev Dr Wolf of Philadelphia submitted a series of queried an to the existence of a standard Bible to a committee reported that the church had a standard namely that published 1 and ed In convention In IKS that no alterations hud been marie since then and that tlie exclusive use of the standard Elhle was obligatory In view of the report was adopted directing the preparation of a suitable constitutional provision ing- the standard and fixing til manner of Its alteration lumber i heard til the circuit court During the Mr Smith and K V tanie to und the court luid to interfere i superior October 4th Eliza was granted a judgment against John O Yesterday the plaintiff asked tht court dlai the cause und cancel the judgment it was doue TO WED 3 and Ida May Scott M and 3 and V D Aug H und L COUNSEL WILL KUI11T MAVR Jt William and Louis ding the two young captured by Superintendent tn Capt ESTATE SALES of reul estate compiled hy John O Co Main street CITY Anim Hitter et al to Nellie A ter Arnold fur lot m In addition Jefferson U- tn P J and J H for tart lot In County addition J and J II to John II Meyer for part lot 30 in addition Anna Kilter at al to Hitler for north lot 129 in ad- dition J A and to Jacob Welch for east southeast V4 section 20 and east north east section In Cedar Creek township Emma Shahan al to William A Kelsey for part Southwest frl U section 18 in Abolt township AGENTS DETROIT Oct senger agents of nearly ull tht great American railway are attending the forty-third annual convention of the American Association ot General and Ticket Agents which opened thla morning Two hundred active members were ent many accompanied by ladles ly morning wore lit police court mid waived At- torney 1 li ding and Attorney young men have been un criminal charges before und both they will plead not guilty in heen the of executive during They were placed umler hund of und In failure to furnish the amount they were sent to Jail pending trial in circuit court FOll Harry Overly a und ull round bad wan on Clinton street lit ati early hour by Charles He wan taken to the door of the hound and there turned over to Sergeant Stevens Over- ly refused to KO down into the station and allowed ing u vicious lunge at the Sergeant and then Spillner his strong right in motion and oa Captain Borgman de- scribed it the thing went like u piston rod Overly was landed In a cell but continued to curse the officers and to make dire threats against them Yesterday morning fined and CABLE MEWS y he mid for cry and h nid nt thundered u Jute Tlie lUti salute bat the off Tuu The ut a in iff und Mow her and the luUK were to this landing by Uie who was by a aulte AM iha Umk the Qei u Thit the tin tft tho iK hud to of htin ttf tutula unit con waa or the the palace tit Wua ml a were I by th mm high the now In th lit Turkey Tlie meeting between the and hi Wud modi warmly with the und and offering hto arm tti th lu est he led the wuy to IL where the party hud H THE STRIKERS ENJOINED NAIL TRUST HAS CALLY WON THE CLEVELAND STRIKE MEN HAVE A TO WORK 0 Oct Ham mond the United States circuit court granted the application of the American Wire for an MUST 00 TO ABOUT HOME coats in police court and then he in to maKe more trouble and the mayor announced another ten for contempt of court making his jail tence should the fine not tie paid thirty days He will do the full time Overly ia thug who so cruelly beat the tle German saloon keeper in the A short time ago I was visiting In Jew York state Massachusetts and Connecticut and I was particularly with the number oC time vas asKed what I knew about Postum Cereal Food Coffee made at Battle Creeh I generally replied that I had never used Postum but knew of a good many who did and I knew that It was made by men who devoted their time against the striking wire workers to-day The injunction is a blanket one and applies to all the defendants named In the petition and others who may hereafter Interfere with the employes o the company The court held that those seeking em hi the place the which labor unions and that rights of each citizen Is that unobstructed access place where work is to be done and over the streets and highways and usual approaches to place and that this freedom of access Is not at all Inconsistent with the of strikers to use the same streets and highways for the lawful conduct and maintenance of their strike by peaceable entreaty or argument ing to supplant them In employment injunction granted restrains the strikers from in any manner with the operation of the and from molesting or Intimidating desiring work al the mills and congregating and picketing the mill or the houses of the for the purpose of intimidation J Dr Geary of Coesse was In toe city yesterday on professional business Mrs Benjamin F left over and the perfection of food and food beverages Nickel Plate yesterday Cor Central City The Hon Ellison returned Indianapolis last He attended meeting oC the National Prison sociation John C Heller and company ab- put a handsome new safe in office yesterday and additional for their records Miss Elizabeth tal leave this for Richmond to attend the last sad rites of the late ier a prominent resident of that city v A telegram was received from Cap- tain Ranke yesterday to the effect that the battery boys would be mustered out fit the volunteer service next Tuesday Mrs A J Ford left yesterday for Plymouth Ind whither she was called to attend at the bedside oC her aged mother is lying at the point of Lieutenant William H Somers of the Pennsylvania accompanied by bis went to Portland ihd yesterday to attend the funeral services of his the late Dr Christian S Arthur that city MRS R E MONAGHAN 45 N Waterloo Ava Jackson Mich One of my former classmates Mrs E Kinsley of Mass seemed greatly surprised that I had neve used Postum The family very enthusiastic over its effect Said they could not enjoy life It The physician had recommends total abstinence from coffee as she ha Injured her digestive organs by usin it and was confirmed am Incurable dyspeptic but when put Cereal Food Coffee she jm mediately began to get well and le off the drugs and the coffee How sh is able to eat anything she likes the of disease Her U before had been one of suffering and is now one oC enjoyment She said would be impossible to speak too ly in its praise When I was in years ago I visited Mr Albert Atkins who was then a very great sufferer Both ern part of the city some months ago POLICE NOTES Bicycle tag thieves are abroad The comptroller has furnished no less than ten tugs to persons who have made affidavit that they purchased tags and then had them stolen The police are on the lookout for the thieves who dently steal the tags and then sell them at a discount on the city's price Frank was arrested at Harry Gilbert rooms on Calhoun street Monday night and charged with grancy He went to jail for fifteen days Three of people arrested at 24 West Main street Sunday night who succeeded in haying police court yesterday and paid their nes of jl 5.50 In the absence of certain witnesses he case of Prank charged with frequenting a house of ill fame as again postponed and will heard ils morning Attorney P B Colerick for the defendant Mr A C Katt has Identified another f the wheels found in the West Main treet room some time ago as one of tie wheels stolen from him earlier in he season Patrolman of the engaged In an with the th grand vizier und other of U unite royal salute and the band playing thu German national anthe thuir coming out the The sultan in full uniform In un open wi the of Germany on the right un the grand muster of monies tn front in the second wua William in uniform tlie of the guard The win party proceeded to Kloak The su lan und emperor and the exchanged Oct A police hua been dispatched to t Orient for the special protection of E peror William A number of the Germ newspapers demand that special mem uroa Lie taken against tlie anarchists Germany in consequence of the at Alexandria of a plat to assassinate K peror and King Humbert of Ita CANDIA Island of Crete Oct who were tried and of the murder of British soldi during the recent outbreak hei hanged to-day CASTORIA for Infants Children The Kind You tee Always Bought BEARS THE SIGNATURE OF In Use For Over 30 Years When Others Fail NO FAITH CURE ABOUT STUART'S DYSPEPSIA THEY STOMACH TROUBLES AND INDIGESTION WHETHER YOU HATO FAITH VIN THEM OR NOT detective arrested two diers yesterday for stealing a ride on a train over a road that almost a monopoly of the soldier traffic dur young volunteers have been at home on furlough and who have almost ex their supply of while a houie having barely enough to buy ra tions on their trip back to camp they must report by October 21 or b considered deserters One of the sol diers wore the full uniform of a Unite States volunteer soldier and both Tver gentlemanly looking fellows but the are slated for trespass DR Who ban returned from he London Berlin Vienna ThoM the and beat In world Now and treatment BLOOD AND SUN norm tumors and blood AND wuk back pain In Bide abdomen bladder in urine or white painful and all of the bladder of Organs Hydrocele Varicocele and kindred quickly restored LOST MANHOOD and all Itx attending ailments poth young and old men The awful effects of early cretions producing nervous de- night emissions exhausting pimples bashfulness loss of energy and weakness of both body and brain Cancers Piles cured without Knife or pain Do not let timidity or keep you from colling OFFICE Thursdays and Saturdays Sunday 2 to i only Dr N R Wenger 135 Street Fort Wayne Ind will not an will your strengthen your nerves and heart but Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets will do these thl because they are composed of the ments digestion they contain the acids and peptones necessary to lie digestion and assimilation of all food Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets will digest ood If placed in a jar or bottle in water heated to 5S degrees and they will do t much more effectively in- o the stomach after meals whether you have faith that they will or not They invigorate the stomach make jure blood and strong nerves in the only way that nature can and hat is plenty ot wholesome food well digested vlt is not what we eat but what we digest us good OUR OWN MAKE MEN'S SHOES In Tan and Black for and Are The Best Made for Price Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are sold all druggists at 50 cents for full sized package or by mall from the Stuart Co Marshall Mich At APP 106 Calhoun Street SERVICES PLANNED B THE TURF COLUMBUS Oct rains to-day and no racing The program n advanced one day LEXINGTON Ky Oct Tho Fal Trotting Electing association closed There Vere races American Stock form purse for year-old trotters of Oracle Onward 1 Lilly SUgo 2 1 Belle 4 3 Buth Clark 3 4 4 American Stock farm purse for two- pacers ot he and his friends Sid not it sible for him to live more than a short time I found him on this it that I insisted upon knowing what made the change He said he had ted every point of the compass and ried almost Everything bad ever heard recommended but all no avail until he was led by the Cereal articles to suspect little coffee le drank was really poisoning him day by day and from the very time that he quit coffee entirely and began to use Postum he began to get better He is a very wealthy man and travels a groat deal but says he never leaves home for one night without his outfit Postum While at Jamaica plains Mass visited a retired sea captain's home He said In all his experience near March Gale 1 1 purse Battleton 1 improvidence 2 King Red Dufour started To Core Cathartic We U C C C futt to core rehma on land or water he had never fount any beverage that would compare Postum Cereal Food Cortee While b used to drink he suffered with headaches drowsiness and an ural thickening of the blood but sine quitting the common coffee and free from all his ail ments I drank my first cup of Postum with him and to my found 3 very delicious palatable drink I have since used with favorable re suits I cannot tell halt of what I heart in praise of Postum during my vis In the east It is sufficient to say tha Postum has a very foothold wit my eastern friends I to add that on one or two o I have had Postum served me rather but always know such cases that it Js simply because has not been allowed to boll Ion enough to bring out the delicate an well known flavor The Berry street M E church will be- gin a series of evangelistic meetings Sunday October 23 under the ship of Miss Anna Downey of ston Hi Miss Downey Is one of the most successful evangelists day These evangelistic services of the M E church will begin next unday continue for two weeks ie evening meetings will be in the and will be held each night except Saturday The afternoon will be held in the lecture room the church beginning Monday ber 24th A large chonis choir led by Mr O E lichard will give Its aid in special usic and In leading the 1 singing Preliminary to these a number of age prayer meetings will be held in parts of the city this week To meetings all are invited They were held last evening at Mrs -A THE CHATTANOOGA MEDICINE COMPANY PUTS OUT THE HANDSOMEST PICTURES EVER SEEN IN THE CITY One of the finest advertising pictures ever seen here is the fine art lithograph oC Chattanooga Lookout Mountain and National park being shown here by J H Button ing the Chattanooga Medicine company in the Wine of Cardul window displays seen in prominent drug stores The painting was made by a prominent waukee artist and the lithograph re- production is a perfect one Nestling close to the base of Lookout Mountain on the romantic spot selected by the favorite Southern Authoress of St are shown the great tories of the Chattanooga Medicine company These buildings are three nd four stories high of stone brick between Jefferson nd Madison street J F Schell leader Mrs Ella Flack 315 South Harrison treet J A Bookwalter leader Frank Feeble Minded Alice leader John Spice 43 street The Rev George E leader THURSDAY EVENING E Hock Columbia avenue Mohler leader C Scarlet 56 North Harrison strec the Rev S Powell leader Dr J 160 East Wayne stree Mattle leader Mrs Anna Bagby 85 West street Ella leader SATURDAY F A Reichelderfer 145 Lake Mrs C A leader Subscribe for The Journal I 1 1 I 1 I H H-H 1 I I I III A LUCKY LETTER LETTER AMPSON i CHLEY HAFTER MACHINES fi T A N D A R D Pfeiffer Schlatter 40 East Columbia Street till 1 1 1 1 I 1 M I I M I I I I I l-l I 1 I I I I 1 1 t Street i nd slate and furnish about one acre C floor space A few steps In front of he entrance an Incline car mattes re- ular trips to the top of Lookout Moun tain 2.200 feet above the sea level The root sign Wine of Cardui for Women on the main laboratory at- much attention from tourists many able to read the lettering rom the top of the mountain This great business has been built up by the Intrinsic merit of its productions two popular Southern meji cines Wine oC Cardui and Thedford's They have gradually made their way to every par of the country and are now every where recognized as standard medicine of superior merit DB COUGH has saved the life of many a child Thl wonderful remedy always cures and has failed Price best and those desiring to enjoy th privileges afforded by such exhibits ta materially add to the pleasures of sue a trip by seeing that their tickets read via the Nickel Plate October 251 s the last day on which low rates will be In effect KO Brewers of Lager Beer Special Export and Tonic For Family Use TELEPHONE NO 62
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