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Fort Wayne Journal (Newspaper) - October 19, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana FORT WAtKE MOKMIW JOUWIAL. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1898. EPISeOPAUEETII. UlSHOl- SATTEKLKli VOlCKfl THE rf KOh VtC-rOkY AN1> IMtAYKit S-OK UUUU.1TY A Ji'Olt AL'fttitA'l'iON THE COURT NEWS. applied lor- a. divorce froiu Matilda TarnaUc. The of the (M. li-ThU K mfciit'a a'dsumiittou'af aavcrtlKiny over 1'oVto Ulcu at nuoit, lurduy, wau Jeil of lui tlwiucdt iti'uycr at thf re awrviCttit the KiiUeoiuil eoiiveutiou. the und deputtru having directed that reference he made to thU UIL- lltiual tvcjit, Thu nruyer wud prcitared of WashliiKtoii. und wid'faa foilowa: Oh Cud! whoae providence all things In tieavtm HIM! "earth and whiiMe Will fUiitrolleLh tht> tasuea und events l if the life of liatidiid, Wf> Uli- Thy Koftdnearf which had and tilcddcd the 'counsels and armd of our natluh to the relief of an und thu of war. fluurd us frunv ill aeeklng uiui voln t'lory. ua willi tlie Hp'rll of wisdom uiul of Thy holy fear; us under the burden of tlie new duties with whU-h our uov-: eritmfatit Id charBert. StrejiKthttn iho und dancttfy the lieurlu of whom ntuat utxne tiflletnn or this tiuur und in the coun- tries and uinmuf the nutluim to which OH thb duy and from tliid day our rule U to extend. Grunt ua to feXubllah the heat uml a urea t fuutidutlon the nover- fclKiuy of Kood sovcrnmwit, true Hti- erty, Justice und love, that decking In all thinsa to do Thy will Wu may ba tht inatrumtnu of Thy glory thro unit Jfttiis Christ our Lord. Amen. Ulshon Doune, priding ottlcer ot the house ot blaliojw, und the Tttv, Morsan nil. jirtatrtlng orHcer of thu house of dep- uties, joined tn directing tho aervlceu. and all the bishops und deuutlea united, in the national prayer. At the buainedd of' the tleputlea the dtitndard HlMe came up for dlscua- slon, uiid atepH were taken to guard this standard by wnstltuUonul provision. The Rev Dr. Wolf, of Philadelphia submitted a' series of queried an to' the existence of a. standard Bible, to whlqh a committee reported that the church had a standard, namely, that published 1" 1S12 and adopt- ed In generuj 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 a-resolution was adopted directing the preparation of a suitable constitutional provision establish- ing- the standard Slblu and fixing til manner of Its alteration. Sitiltti lluudali lumber uomptuiy i heard til the circuit court yunterduy. During the exuinliitiliim Mr. Smith and AllWltey K. V. 'llari-id uhuost tanie to biuwa und the court luid to interfere. i the- superior oyim. October 4th, Eliza iiuub was granted a judgment against John O. Jtaab. Yesterday the plaintiff asked tht court ti> dlai the cause und cancel the judgment, it was doue, UCICNSKD TO WED. Jnhu 3. Lellutuf and Ida May Scott, Jtiehard M. Mrown and 'iliereaa Wtsb- Vrauk 3. 1'haK and Cetronella V. D. 11am. Aug. H. trapse und litntna. L. Heel- IIETAIN COUNSEL WILL KUI11T TltK CliAitOi? BfiTii MAVR Jt I'OLICi? NOTKS. William pi-oesciiicyei- and Louis Red: ding, the two young captured by Superintendent tn uiirt Capt. llarkenrider XftAL ESTATE SALES. undfura of reul estate compiled hy John O. Co., ubitrauttira, Main street CITY. Anim Hitter et al., to Nellie A. ItU- ter Arnold fur J100, lot m In addition, Jefferson U- pickeraon tn P. J. and J, H. Uelneke for (tart lot 3ti In County addition. li1. J. and J, II. Itelneke to John II. Meyer for part lot 30 in addition. Anna Kilter at al., to Itertha Hitler for north lot 129 in Lasaelle'a ad- dition. J. A. and O..ttoiulot to Jacob 'Welch for t'J.OOO. east southeast V4. section 20 and east north east section i9 In Cedar Creek township. Emma Shahan al., to William A, Kelsey for part Southwest frl. U, section 18 in Abolt township. PASSZNGER AGENTS ItEIT- DETROIT. Allbh.. Oct. 18.-General pas- senger agents of nearly ull tht great American railway syHttma are attending the forty-third annual convention of the American Association ot General Pas- jteimer and Ticket Agents, which opened thla morning. Two hundred active members were pres- ent, many accompanied by ladles. ly yeslerdfcy morning, wore lit police court ytdterdity, mid waived prfallntiiiury ciuiiiliiatinn. At- torney 1', li. Colerlck reLiretfehied ding, and Attorney llrcen aeiita Drofctftiiiifcydr. lioih young men have been urrultfiied un criminal charges before, und both iilaliu they will plead not guilty in tiila Inatance, httve heen the ohjcutu of executive during thtiii- nhort carBcru. They were placed umler hund of eucli, und In failure to furnish the amount they were sent to Jail, pending trial in circuit court. FOll CQNTKMl'T. Harry Overly, a bruiaei- und ull round "bad wan urresiltid on Clinton street lit ati early hour ycaterday morn? by Olilcer Charles Bjiiliner. He wan taken to the door of the ututlon hound and there wfta turned over to Sergeant Stevens, Over- ly refused to KO down into the station, and allowed tltht, mak- 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 ht> continued to curse the officers and to make dire threats against them. Yesterday morning he7was fined and CABLE MEWS., petor Jitriv tu-tiuy, ,y (he mid uiul (lit.- sulliiii'j, ytutht Wlttt
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