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   Fort Wayne Daily Sentinel (Newspaper) - March 25, 1874, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               ;H r STOLEN. DRY 1 mi MY> dUJ, guIU watcb. the IVVVUd luud umtlug R ruvulullou VIKh MCVBd, ftUU UiKVr d (tolug tho dial 9000 mUjUto; two i wllhliurnca mud KulkliMlnittlUtf Oil front H 011 Iho iaar   EMBRACING nAHY NOVELTICK ONLY RELIABLE BROADWAY STYLE FINEST QUALITY 81 LK HATH J TIES ANW 'BPSSCff D cioonx Ai.t KINDS AN OPEN BUGGY, twu Mimed, light, uonrly now, and nreUclftM, cost, liu-iulro of E. H. BIolMnaM. n Slo AKRlunt HatnnnliyT mid tbreo cliilOreii were bitniod to T nth. Her husband and two cl'ildron T cniictl. JBWBLBT j MAYER. H.O.ORATM ffl MAYER GRAFFE DKALERS N MAMONDS, H p WATCHES, '5 JEWELRY S AtLVMR N-'O T I C E ATE Of Alien Circuit Court. Term, 1874. J ,-p.l.Hw .DrvoBrat bn Iloiiry Mycra. J It nppcarlug to tbo wtlifictloo of thu Clerk of tJ Court, brtbooffldnrlt of a dial ate re MINI per- -I n, that said dclcmlalit. John HonryMiera, it not n J aldenl uftbo uf indlana. nnd that nanune of tluiiuxIgUngnluatNitildereiidKiitlnrarvrofrinld NotlcolstboroforebotebrglTcnMldiioii-raiMBnt f Bfenannl of tlio fillug nod pundoiicy of snld com- [tint, that unTeM ho. ftppow bcfuro Iho _ of anld Court ofc tbo of Ulo noil 1 irra Iheruuf, and'wiswer or demur thereto, 4ho uie will bo henrd- determined In aluuncu. Attwt: _ A. H. UtTrlSUBR. Att'j. J March 18, O u S S  -per, mrlly in which Ho commaiid-e ll e Aposlles to drink 7 'Why Jehova I'H Holy Spirit leacbcK us in the Bible that (Jod inndo "wino to cheer the heart of mnn [INnlms ciii, And the vino lo ask why it should desert ils "wino that ehcerulh (jod and men. KI. W ly did ibo ilylng palriarcb, under the Wby, again, docfltho Holy HhoBl toll UB Uiiu li i. "hurllul always lo drink water, or wine, but lo mil them id pleasant, or sometimes to ilrink otic nnd Btimclimea the other? 2 Hccb., last vewo of the Old (Jod, they object, did not mako Wo have nhown that Ho did make it. Neither did ho mitU the bread, except in the miracle of tho loaves in the desert. Hut lie mado thngrapuaud t ic wheat, from which wino and hroad are made, tho one by iijtroccwi not much ampler than tho other. Catholics, then, go ui the Bible, and ihny understand it. And w Hi the Blessed Book thorn wo cannot .with bell, book and- candle, with praying and psalm singing in the mud, oxcoiumunicftio those who oniih, or thoiie who dispouso tho liquid which God has made lo be used with moderation and thanksgiving. This, Ihen, t ie rerdicl of tho Word of God UHO, do not abuse and i you cannot me without abusing, use not at all. Somo few ycarfl past, three or four Protestant clergy man called on the Archbishop lo ask bin co-operation in on atlnmpt lo abate tho nuisance of 1 10 IT.1 told them that wher Uicre was the question of thq lieenning, or absolute prohibiting of the sale of luiiiow, l-c the imnosing of as heavy a fine, or ircime, on the vendorn of auch liquid ut) they could and inexorably to cose, by all Hie penalties know: to ,bo luw, lliowi vile liar-rooma w bad tn minors, drunkar. H, men or women, who are now tuo pcsta of the community, a. disgrace lo their families, and teaching by word an example the h roadway to perdition, Thin IP conceived to ho tho most effoclua c eck to the evil wo deplore. ll wonli diminish, perhaps, by two thouwnd this three tlioumiml "aplrocula thosn craters of hell, by which our city u u pefil of combustion and it would pay the citv much, if not all, the expenses of I t work hoiiw, and other iuslHntioni, wbioli aoburcilixuns aro now shamefully taxed tc 5C n -0 M. S c -r, T? tT PJ AN THIS FINEST In tho market nt rcMoimlilo BKUTOII I. !IILT.'8 Music Blor fa S 3 CARDS. 5 ONLY ONE PRICE, D. CAREY, tXTOKN KY A.TC1 WARE. ill of American and Imported Olooks and Refnilaton. U.SO BOLD, SILVER AND IVORY HEADED CANES. Bpeeloltr made 01 Amwloan and 0. HUHD, DKALIK 15 AMI) KAKUVAOTOEItlOP D. HI13MAN, BlfiAh ESTATE and Collection Agent. Tho best of reference" veil whun tinO Collccllut; Office, crrj ntrocl, Avollno Block. IcUlSdtf Prames. AND It. BimHaBtt. CIKOUQK Ij. BITTIHUKK. Proa. Att'y. Notary Public. J' R. B1TTINOKR HAS FORMEM a ijartnor-hlp nilli (J. L In thn irncllL-n of Out law, nicqitln his official bimln CM U rrosccutlng Attornoy. Convnynnoliigiloiio.auii ollcctloui and romtll-inccji, nic., etc, promptly nl-cndcd to. M.-f.ai Work Prrnoptlr Ezooutod. 51iop North Side of Canal, GUI FORT WAYNE, MYERS, Contractor AND Builder, :N-O. 100 uisrionsr foT., Kear EmanueVe Lutheran Church. Lumber Yard on West at., hetween Pritohard st and P., F. W. C- E- R. DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS, Of all Iflngttis and alias constantly on band, Estimates for Job Work and Contracts Promptly mado and -work Speedily C H E S. Impairing Done on Short Notice RYAN, ATTOKNEY AT LA IV and JmHeo of Ilio Pcncu. Kpocltl nl -cntloi giif.ii to uollectloua and all huslnees onus ted to his care. Deeds, morlfjaBCs nnd other islnosnof llku character will prompt at on OiiirL ntrcet, over Cotortok A Office, aa ho calls it. Ho almost never caves his house except to go to the meet- igs of tho academy, nnd though the anco ia great he generally walks it. In ud weather he takes a common cab, bt-ng too poor lo keep a carriage. In sum-icr he lives in a quiet country ..plnae at ?ol Richer. Ho has several daughters nd grand' daiiglitcrs who live with STOVES, Work Warranted. No. 88 Columbia St. CAKPETS, c4 W H s S w --.Is m g I 1 J .9 S l MMPti jmr fcni. FumilnK will nold ni longortlmn If Kor lint of Imi.ln, dirtl r ItifariuMloii.nr liillin tindertljiim ft" 0 M. UAKHBT Und Commlnlnnnr. KXCyri.liNTOl'HUKTUNlTV !50 SPLENDID LOTS For Sale on Reasonable L.rJ e n 8CHENCK, 1'rop'r. llrnln IKnrkrt. Illcimrlc.! DMlj l.r Mr. WM. !1. HfKBV.l No. 1 now whlW 41 Nflllwd 1 Nu.lrud HCATUK COUNCIL, NO. 4, MBET6 Nt ball "Tsrj Tbundftr oinnlDR. orrr 1 H "rug HtoriJ, No. M Cmlhoim .treoti. Vtw Councilor ftwruo 1. llunrall. JMntuy R. Ihtrli. FlnucM Bgentan' i Franklin i''ry, Trcuuror j Qeoigf W. Tajlor, toil the Day aofl Nyt BEER, ALE. WINES, LlftUORS, And CIGAHS AT TUB UAH. tnvlltlmod.tnl an reuonihle l.rmi. tlrclMtf YNK MA11KEV, FLORJSTS. I'kTtlN tiirnlilieit with Itomiiicili Cut Flow KtJry will Iw to of Brack "-iVl Ind. iUfoA "5 fjtipflnl of Hit- rrmE BOMB OF THK PBIENDhBBS, J_ orRMlic.1 In 1I.J, 1H73. the corn" and iJKiirt BtriwU, now for rt.-eptlonot.nr who tiiiijr to IMVOIIIO liiniatci. Appll-cMli.nMiuiil.llK> Ihn nrxUr uneniooo'i on lUrlnj 8PEOIALT1BS FOH GKNTLBMEN rUk.CUtkAFlMR1" nr far ule by flnt-dmdwilort rit Htilru, oau naulvn B Now Htylr af NMik K Kuieitlsw Just out. Doirr Ctolh (red Lnporie'i Cmhle KM tho Itt-gon fltrofll ficnrf. tlHK, CIJ.KK FI.AGO New York. B.QD1EWKLL FOWUB exclnHlvB wentB for tntlr goods in thl. Turk llmreh Cotton dull ml IGJte fur nildilllni; uiiliuil Flour qtilrl B.IWII turn-In. Wli.Rtqnlctl.tlil without d nxultiti of 000 builiB .t CD for No 'J Oil MRO SI 33 fur Milwaukee. Bra: nxwh'U SO 000 binhrin i uiV-nof 1M.OOO IxiMir Bt'8DBMc for western mlifil alltwt; D3c fo Hurley iliill hi-wy. nrin; r crlpl. in.OlKl fiuKltfbi; fn (KKHcfor nilxrf wculern WnMJJc fnrwlill 1'urk firm at tlfl for ni'w firm. milcr. Unl flnn ml 1-lfic f Blcoiii nnil U for kutllu. IVlihkf at IKic. a IR hoiiTy. Cumlflim. Wool Tnlcilo JlnrUct. ByTuleHrmplx.) Tnuoo. MftrchV ami out No 1 MIclilKiiii, In-il.tl 4A Corn mieMllemnd In driniud; lilK'' mix on spot, iniiufific; wlltir Mi TOci new, B7e; low mUf.1, BSr Oati Ic lirtUir nnd drni; No 1 S.w; N' Clovrr 8H LODGE, NO. 26, F. AND W A M tntwU otorT Tuwdar aSla.Mi-: 'rji.r. dorJNWL, NO. 4 R. 8 M..niMWIt.Bulwl CommunlcftUoD. on the jucontl WiHlmwItr nt month, .17 o'clock r i" J0.01.U A. BWf.Wn, T. I. O. rf.; F.rf F. Boll, A IIATTBHShKY, GAS AND SI EAM FITTER, ANI> -GAS FIXTTJEES, MMln Nlrefit, Ritmt ol FORT WAYNE. ______ Brass work, Iron Lead Pipe, Loft Foreii Slice t ItalH Tuli Wub RUnilB, Huhhrr HKO'rilKRS' SALOON, TSo. KTCrTllilng ''iillrrlv mill nr-nt. Llquon o' orPTthllMl. HOMHOLDT LODGE, NO. n, K. P. J W.C.J II. VT. OASSO'S BILLIARD PARLORS, No. 67 East Main St., FOHT WAYMK, UTrrytlili'Ri-ntlwIy new. COAL AMD B. 8TOFHLBT, Architect. Office. No. IT CoulUtreet. flnt door nortt Ituei of M JohnQoesleln. H.Trtor. H. Klelnmueller Dealon la nil fclndB of b o .A. m., WOOD AND rellnwH. HAUMONYhODOK.NO.18, MBBTE uiurv Tl'unulm R- F. Akrm, H. O R. IL U. H.- r. R Qrunil, P.B.; W. S. Klllcili, Location in the County BECK'S NEW the flnt nnd Lblrd frlrtiyo of one tnonlbV J. W Hnffln S. W.i J.M.Ornir.i. W.; Win. Killed H; r. J. A. i inirn' nunrrn nini-nnn -.1 _ STATB MOST SnCOESSPlJL BUST JL neMmcnoflhecountry.iryou rixiurvR Mtuln lo WAYNK LODQE, NO. of Pry's ORESCENT of the City of Ft. IMS Dialul VMM FORT WAYNE, J IND W Inll frwl. Eckurt'n Oilhon .Lrcct-ChM. EhrtiiMi'ii Miuksmlth tto Mill, rtm-t Hi-mine. dms Hire, corn Jitfranon anil Hrondwuy .lolin G .eKiolt wjMnKr.No.WflBw.lirv. will Mftroh From the aurv vors of tho Jrwcenl Oily, who arriva here this morning on the steamer 1 hi t. Allen, ilio following additional parlien nr 1 aro obtained Win. lirHl engineer, who was o t ateh HI Ihu lime, status that at the inn of Ihc explosion ho was aft, welding a State Authority an Drawn in Public in St. Louis. GRAND SINGLE NUMBER SCHEME NUMBERS, Class C, to be Drawn March 31, A LBBT HOOK AND LADDRB COJ PANY No. 1. menu on the month. L. K- lliirkw-lter. A. t. tell 7011 thftt Ibey ove tbelr protpvrlly 1 nothlnK w much to otrlet oliaerTMnce of Ih BE tUDUBTBIorjB, BE IMTERfRIilMa, BE EOONOMIOAL, BE HOHB81 AT TUB SENTINEL BOOKBINOERY alioTi> urn rllnaiol 1" IMnor Inudftlc mnil vlll make Iliir rniiloi-nl sit for tluwo who want clivuji anil ham ThrM Una will MU on U.c niM Irriiis MI llml nil on nll'ord lo tnnko piin-liiu Nolx-tWr cvi-r allbnlvil to t ttoplv of thin Hwllon of ouintry In mvara lion nil oil tho iinilrrfleiiml .it Illooinliigdiilp fur Mind iiifonuilleu. Aj.HKCK At ttio bellow No. Til Onllioiiii 10 Ihc Avcllni' I.lbritry. OF CAl.HOONAND LKW mnnvoliiiHM. uoncuasion, though he Iwanl no unu xiial noise. On to his fee be started but was aloppe by the slcam, and a momei aller he found that he wa shun me in the water, and, realizing t danger, iin aliiiw. cicely followed b wuler. Within thrco minutes after tl explosion the boat sunk, leaving on y tl nlli-r Mirl of the roof above water, o wbi'cl Imdiilcd tho Burvivore, until r liovotl by the Phil Mien's timely armn "p Tim anffiucar stales that at the HIT of tho oxploiion the boat was carryii SI in noiimli of steam, and that live min UU.-3 boforn bo liml tri.-d the water hi found it flush. He can give no theory to the cause of ibc explosion. Tho boat bad five barges in low, all whk-h were saved. Kight or It'll persons are rojiortfld Amounting io saoa.oo 1 prltc of. ,KO 000 6000 prltoof AND with Oynli-rt. ConfMtlon-orr and Caku on ohort iiotlcc. sorvert ai tho nnrldlr jypR. LOU1SK Costumer la mitlclpsllon of Hie nnmilitK MASQUERADE SEASON Tlinrc miiilnr Inuilnrnr 1 CBllKf MD MASK All hiTidnor Masquerade Dresses Made to Orel ON HHOKT NOTICK-No. 148 West Main 1 of. 10 000 0 prhwof.. _.._ THE PUBLIC KNOW 11 0 1 Showy ulirni t! iiMMr-by; liut Ilio numlior of mMlol Siuhy front, n jniull proportion to ibo nun f her who bo rwcbod by K prominent mont tn NEWSPAPER ThM DOW Into the liemls of thn people to who ImdneM men look for bulk of their One ol the very niMLiims through lob reMh the pntrotililoK tFORT IHI-E BOOK I MAMUFACTOET, And h..o J..M M MtoTOl miimilDn bjaiNl In rtiwul for ftnrt-cliiMWiirk. BLANK BOOKSA SPECIALTY ntlln g Cor. Cnlhoun Wnyno Sts n' Or M.id your onluw n. R SEHTINEljISTABLISHMENl IN PIC IRON COKE AND COAL. Lehigh, Lackawanna, Yougl iogheny, Blacksmith and Cannel Coal kept on hln.l roTCltT Do Alitn llnnKlnfr Kwrk.MnllHbury, Mr nnd nil otli nrrlfl IRON FOR CAE 4 KMt   nunoi.AR TROOP S1KCI.K AND DODHi. 8. S. Smick, 22-24 W. Colnmbia St. diiclf-lly 40 prluw of SO) 6 000 floKeta, HalfTlokflU. i chsrWVrtl by Ruto, ft drawn nt tlic lime imrord, nnd InasMtumilor ibo mipiTyliiioii of sworn Cot drnwlUR -111 bn II Louli warn, i.n.1 of drmwlnx wmt R rn.tomm box St. Mo ion Dixl 1OH Wnlcr Rtrool. CLEVELAND, OHIO, nr Manufacturers ami JotihurH nl City Made and Eastern BOOTS AND SH ALSO ALL KINDS RUBBER GOODS il AI I'rlcMtJKnTi vft FrClBb A BLACK 4 CO., 555 and 557 Broadway i. NEW YORK, (1 Wlllconilmicibi'iiMoof ihelr Imnieniir B ,d Hlt.VKBWJHK JMVEl.RY nnd I-'AKCY unona ilurlnR the H1IMM MMNI1IC. WITHOUT HKllVB, it GREAT RKDUCTION HoCIX w THE BnaiNKBS HA W M YORK. I" Nil It Afcnlnut JnyiK-. Nnv YOUK, March IMatt AT mod nbrnwl, frrati from the i.fow. ft neuriit forby the laboring mnn ni tbo onlj M. MAllTIH 1I.M1I.I. FRANCE MILLER, Attorney s at LJIA nltentlan. tFtXnMtm JOURNAL THAT IS SOUGHT F< to IM THHOWS AWAY, mul Mo wldom c le? looked U too tbilou. lo ruqulro more U mfN BARljO'V'fi INIHUO 111, UK 13 V climiMMl Mid ttful nrtirln In the ninrkel liUlKINd Thu (lemiliie V.'ll.TllEIHitfH'Snnmr.nnihn] nnd it nut up (it WIl.TIlKIM'Hill'S "lorn Nt.lt I, ywond Slr.fl. 0. H. W 1 pr< wlinso biinka wen- ne'nrA by .layini on .1 Ifuh last, have begun suit lo rucuvnr Jfc 000 fw espuHs. Dllmr i similnrHiiils atriunst .layno t'OUU I'KHHONH IHIItSKI) Tl) llKiTII. i WII.MAUH March MnrKpt w Jnlm II. IttMH. tuny fikT YOUR JOB PKIN'ITINO AT. JOB BOOMS. lodl.nl..   

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