Fort Wayne Journal, October 19, 1898, Page 7

Fort Wayne Journal

October 19, 1898

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Fort Wayne Journal (Newspaper) - October 19, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana FORT WAYNE HORNINe JOUmAU WfDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1896. VRLL fHOSTHATS IN PttTKR A LOCI 1 O ItQCait Y, AN 1> Adnlph liltfiinii. nf 17 Direct, (llui very ttuddmsly In A. Gfenlouh'n tery atom jtatenitty'kftcriUiiJli. Ifo ulxty-ttvc yeard iigc untl aboul So itouiuld. Jle had been alitinf (ur bui watt ainmrtsittiy baur day. Ha WMIU OreuludtV eroeery EI-I Home keniMciit ull. ha etilfertd liy ilie aiiiu tliMir he wua by Ute iinnirietor, wlio inquired an to hut healtli. U'Uhout utd man toitiiifcrt ovtr uml breutiieii hU laat at Mr.' QfenloiiU iummdiifed Dr. J. 11. Mc- Kvoy, wliu iliil everything ikiMathle tn re- BUire thu nutii, imt feffortu were tu VHln. Sheriff Melchiiitf, aiicom jiuiiicd by Justice Hurry I'Vitime, soitu ai rlVtiit ou, the scene, umi'llit latter, in thu ofi (ifir'mer vleWb'l the Ixxiy i Kitve hla consent to it being removed the- utiilurtaUliiK eattthlitihiiifetu itt Mr. J C, Peltier, whltlier ulil inuii'a sfin re queuted liiat U he tabtn uiid preimryd to burial. wua bnrii in I'arla, Franui and came la this cuuniry In th7i, tone the with hia wife untl only bou, Churlts, H located In New York city, wlmrp lila wl died u. year Inter, lib a allk hut mai by trade and followed thia vo cation up Li yeara ago, wtiun h Iditutcd in Wayne, lie llvtitl wit Ilia ami at 17 l.adelle Hired, and tin jiloved ua an iipimlattirer tn the 1' vanfu aluijia. lie wtut taken 111-last Mure mid was not able to work since that time Tlie la twenty-seven ycura of age ui is by the Alcatraz I'avliik' com puny. The young man waa overnomt; wIU grttf by tlie audden doath of liia fatli who way tlie only relative he had in th country, lit; hud always lived with h father since tho ileuth nf hla mother, an they were very much attached tu eac other. Although in stralelittmed circum stances, lie la desiroua'tliat his father 1 laid to rest ut his expense. Tlie tUcei was a. CiLthnlic, hut did not attend church in tills cliy. The arrangements fo tho funeral will be perfected to-cluy, un the remains will likely be buried in Li denwood cemoteri'. Justice Harry France, as acting1 corone will hold an Inquest at 3 o'clock th morning, nt .Mr. J. C. Peltier's undc taking establishment. DIUSIBELBISS. Mrs. Catherine M., the beloved Mr. John Drelb'elbisa. died laat evening tlie famils' residence, 17 Holman street, paralysis, ased forty-six years. Pe years ago she suffered a stroke of paral Frtd flqhoj-eph, of Cedar iji, who wai MIU by Kd idi th mid battery. k atedavlt lnt litin PERSONAL AND SOCIAL Mr. It. R lluriKff la diiciidliig u tvw uya lit Ctilcagft. Mary Templar iiaa returned ome Philadelphia.' of Vk-fcsburs, Mich., id Mra. O. N. Henum. Ur. and Mrs. 12. McLKniald, of La- raiiKe, are visiting in the city. Dr. J. M. Oilmen will visit his vm, 'ill, at Notre for a few days. Miss Clara ttetjuts hail returned I nun visit in Stu'luBrteld, O. Mrd. Powers 1mH yoafc to Kanaas CHy. t visit her von. Mr. i'-mmeti The Itfev. ami Mm. Maurice returned from u vlait tit Hunting-; on. William Rorgeinmi, of Cantoi Id vlaitiiifi alatei-. MUia lielle 'lick. Mr. unit Mrn. George M. Nlchola, who been Visiting at Coearie, re tit. home at No. I: Brookslde ali-eei. lira, Htsmittbcrry, of Peorlu, ill., who uitf been lier datinliier, aird. toliei-t DoU'ulil, lias returned tit lier The Hebrew ttenei'oleut aoclc- y will hold their firm meolliic iay afternoon at thb hmnc of Mrs, Abraham Oiieiiheimer, EJ4 lierry t Edith Watt, nf Logans port, ur- tn the-city yeatfcrduy, tu attend he It row n-Weber Wedding, which takes iiutife at St. Mary'ti Cuiholiu church ,hia morning. Mr. and Mrs. William Miller enter- mintd Monday evening, in honor Mr. Miller's tlx-secmid birthday anni- versary, Tlie yuesta from abroiid were Mra. P. H. Dinpfcl and Dr. Emll Dlppel.j .f Philadelphia, The marriage of Miss Josephine Strong Harrison to Mr. I'Vank Lovette raft will he solemnized at the home of the bride's mother, on Columbia ave- nue, thia evening at o'clock. There will.be no attendants. The Kev. Dr. Moffat will perform the ceremony. Literary club neople'are Interested In the Hay View Heading circle, a new club movement which, though it has not courted publicity, is spreading over the country and growing hi fa' Its friends say. Its aim Is to furnish to Individuals or to cluba already or- projected a systematic course of study, and helpful direction, It-is argued that many clubs become disappointed with their work, because of impracticable flans, and the new sys- tem Is supposed to help such clubs out WITHh'J REACH OF ALL. S renglh and Good Sleep Follow the lite of Warner's Safe "Live on iUtKJUt.'K a Aay uiiti earn It." Tlila was the ail vice of a gruTt dtx-'t tleut wliu tuid a dlHtitdt; in kMneyii. The that klditty trouble id Nature's liuiiinhtURiit for high livers uiul lazy folkd in a UeluaUin. C'ttld, trx impure, wurry und of (oil itroducc It. The diiitcr viilli lite rich. In all i-anka aiid enuditluttH itf Urlght'a tlwcuw d.Ka lla feurfui wurk. To fret over liia wmditiiin la uatural for the invalid, althuugh Ms teaches him that fretting unly mukcti uiutlKi'M worde, Tu the aick iiian or woman, there ia a world uty United States Marshal Rose came o Fort "Wayne yesterday, was Che story given to the public. The real story, be- gins some three years ago, and culmin- ates last Saturday, when the unfortun- ate woman yielded up her life, after laving taken a dose of slow poison' over a week before. The tale as.told.by Uarslial Rose Is about, as. -'Soniepne In .Kehdailville 'lias WILL T.KAIN IN INDIANA.. JAMES J. COftBETT LEAVES .NEW YORK FOR WEST BADEN NEW YORK, J, Cortett left Cor West Baden Springs. to- At the Cathedral at Gvo'clock Friday morning will occur the' funeral services .of.Lucy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs; Nicho- las Hacht, of 51 Madison street. A" short service will be held at the family home o'clock. M'CABTHY. THe funeral services of Mary Angelina, McCarthy, will be held at the Cathedral at U o'clock to-morrow morning-. Inter- ment In the Catholic cemetery. nisht; where he eicuects preliminary training-' for his fight little with the Sharkey, which is scheduled to coine oft at the L'enox Athletic club on Novem- ber 22. The eTt-champion will remain.at the sprinps for.at least ten days. Cor- bett .was accompanied by his sparring1 partner. .Jim JlcVcy. "I have been In training now for four Corbiitt said, ''and if I should continue .without a let-up I-might go stale, and1 that would be no excuse If I were defeated." YOU SHOTTLD KNOW What Hood's Sarsaparilla has power to do for those who have Impure, and im- poverished blood. It makes the .blood rich, and pure, and cures scrofula, salt rheum, dyspepsia, catarrh, rheumatism, nervousness. If you are.troubled with any ailment caused or promotecTby im- pure Hood's Sarsaparilla at Hood's Pills arc prompt and efficient, easy to .take, easy to operate. .TWO OASES CONTINTrED- NO BUSINESS BY THE JUSTICES YESTERDAY. Yesterday proved to be a blank day for the justices so far as business was con- cerned. Thomas" Smith, of Oak was. arraigned before Justice Huser to answer to a charge of cruelty to animals. but at the request of the. prosecuting at- torney the case was continued until next Monday at 2 o'clock. Justice Harry France continued until October 28 the case To "quit tobacco easily and life, perve and Ko-To- Bac.'thewonder-worker, iliai maltos ireak AC Cureeui iced. Booklet aud sample free. Address Ster'tnu Rcmflv Co fhti-r.co to send the letters in, as it was expect- ed she would, she walked over to the desk m the office, drew three letters from' her; pocket, stamped them am dropped 'them in the TJOX. It had been during -'.the three years the annotiyraous letters always 2-cent stamps, notwithstand the fact .they were drgj etters and Kendallville has no free de ivery, requiring them to bear ;rabn ;han 1-cent stamps. The letters tha Mrs. Strong dropped were picked u] by the'clerk and they were-addressei In.the same hand writing as the.other been. 'They were delivered to th parties to whom they wore addresse and they proved to be of the same dis sort as the others had been fo years. Armed with this convincing1 proo Inspector Moore visited the Stron home, at noon hour one f weeks ago. He told the woman in th presence of her husband, who is spoke of as an excellent man and a bar worker, that' It was known she was guilty sending obscene Iett jands at the verj-- head of all repertoire rganlzation? for excellence oC produc- ions, beautiful costuming'and grand U: C principals in conjunction with a chorus f Uilrty-flve well 'trained voices. This company has been complete in Its resent ensemble of artists for the pas years, having, never closed during tha imc. engagements having been filled dur K the summer season tit Cincinnati'! ivorlte summer resort, Chester Park. While popular prices will prevail during his 33 and 50 cent. at night and 15. 25. and 35 cents at th deviation will be made Iron he customiiiy mapntllcent productlo ctven by this company. There will be change of opera nightly, and each 'ormancc will receive the greatest attcn .Ion to- detail arid appointments. The repertoire for the week .-will b DE. BUIi'S CO.TTGH SYKUP s the best remedy for relieving and uring that asthmatic cough. Phy- icions recommend It, Buy.only the enuine. Dr. John Bull's Cough lyrup; >loiiey to JLouu nc cent. per IO Court FENNYROYAL PILLS Wed -SatSBun-eodW Ladles, clean your Kid. Gloves. with Gloveine. For sale only by "Wolf p.essauer, headquarters for lloves arid sole agents for the' famous Trefousse Kifl Gloves, all .the desirable shades. Gloves fitted and -warranted. KTUBBAT HASTNETT, Fire, Accident, Plate Glass, Boile Employers" Liability, Equitable' lAf Real Estate. Money to Loan. WAI? ANJ) WXfcTE 111.. Oct. Emil Chlnt- a wealthy retired farmer, forty-live years old, and his Trifle, tvero found mur- dorccj to-day at their home In Stnnne, sixteen niilcs from Kankakee. Their heads cmshed In by some heavy ln- Burglars had entered by a A t-wentj--year-oW son ot the murdered couple slept up stairs. He heard no noise. Chlnlquy is believed to have had a large sum, of money In the house. The coroner and detectives are investigating. Made a Well Man THE GREAT DRENCH REMEDYprodnccs tbe abw.-c Parweelc, Failing Memory. Stops ill losses caused by crrcr? of vontb. U wards olftn- saaiiyaadConsBmpiion. VouncMcivfcEainMaa. hood xnd .Old Men recover Vigor 11 gives vigor and site to shrunken organs, and fits a man (or business or marriagd Easily carried In [he vest pocket. Price pTP by mail. In plain padc-yU Q.aRt. -nita written tnaraatcc. DR. JtAN O'HAnRA. Pirlj GROSS PELLEN8, Drngglsts. Fort Wayne. Ind. JPOK EITHER SKA. ___a remedy tolas fo- jJecteA dittetly to tbo k scat off thww 410< Easy Physic. There is a wrong and a right way to correct constipation. xThe wrong way is the old-style, powererful pill, which exhausts the stomach. FOR SALE BT GROSS PEbbENS. rcculrfcB I change of wet. Cftre i to s GKOSS 34 Calhoun St. Fort Wayne. Ind. C. L LACKL.N, Chef. FashlonaWc CaterlriR. Coohlnp to Order and Party "Work. Tafces entire charge of the preparation and service of suppers and all social entertainments. For seven years Chef al tho TVayne No- tcl. Fort "VFaync. Jnd. Address orders IB cars of A, C. AtnS-ENTZ, No 1? Bcnr St. Fort Furnishing Cooh? onrl Walters for Too Istuid FJsbJTiB Partlcn, ;

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