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Fort Wayne Journal (Newspaper) - April 6, 1899, Fort Wayne, Indiana We sub it Morma journal thursday my i \ a t a m session. The methodist conference had at work. Secretaries re elected nearly every member the conference present recommendations pastors by quarterly conferences. Special to the journal Decatur ind., april 5.�?the North Indiana conference assumed a business air this morning when the venerable Bishop Andrews assumed charge in the presiding chair. The weather is Beautiful and the crowds increasing. The session opened promptly at 8 30, by the Bishop Reading the scripture lesson from hebrews 9th chapter quot then verily the first covenant had also ordinances divine service and a worldly Sanctuary the great aute National company disposes. Its Ohio connections. Of Light if their country. Needs it but quot Are restive when no fighting is to be done. The indications Are that the regiment will be mustered out service the 25th this month. The Rev. Vigus is a member this conference and his associates Are glad the Opportunity which made it possible for him to spend a few Days with them. Elkhart is making a Strong fight for go is Rumor although it is the conference next year and there seems to be quite a sentiment in favor it. The conference is due in the North next year and As Elkhart has not had it since 1875, it is Safe to say that their chances Are Good. Elkhart is a Beautiful City 18,000 and Over and their Church there is very is a Deal Between the National my. F a a ,1,1telephone and Telegraph company with the conference would undoubtedly be run tha Una unofficial a . S. M. Foster talks a More changes hinted at. 11i m so dead to c c royally $18,000 Church. Elkhart has a evangelical conference. The Academy music at Rochester last wednesday closed its session at Zience quot then made the quot Welkin ring quot four clock yesterday afternoon. The by singing quot when i Survey the wondrous Cross which the Prince glory hymn 3ll. An hour s devotional and sacramental service followed conducted by Bishop Andrews and Cabinet and Bishop Bowman. The organization the conference proper then began. The Roll Call by Secretary Naftzger showed nearly every member present. Secretary l. J. Naftzger with All his assistants was re elected. T. C. Neal Marion As statistical Secretary was also re elected. The usual committees were appointed and communications referred. Everything moved along like clock work in perfect Harmony excepting perhaps in a Case where minor charges against two members were referred to the committee conference relations. It is said there is no immorality mentioned in either Case. At the afternoon session the Rev. C. C. Cissel was elected treasurer. E. B. Westhafer was elected Railroad Headquarters in this City and the United states Telephone company the big Ohio concern. It is stated unofficially that the National quot has soul out All its Ohio hues to the United states company and also that before Long All the Indiana lines the National would be sold to the How company Indianapolis which wants to control All the lines in the slate. Or. G. Quot Vav. Beers president the National company could not be found last evening but a journal representative the Anual conference the Indiana talked with . S. M. Foster who is a evangelical association which met in stockholder and director. Or. Foster Sta d that All he could say was that the Nationiel had connection with the United states company adding that then nothing More for publication at annual meeting the association closes at Rochester list appointments for the various districts. Attendance was quite Large and a vast amount business was transacted. The ministers the Elkhart fort Wayne and districts Are stationed As follows Elkhart District. S. H. Baumgartner presiding elder. Elkhart division Street Thomas Finkbeiner watch Tower f. E. Zechiel South Side s. I. Zechiel South Bend German Geo. F. Schweitzer English l. S. Fisher Medaryville j. Mundorf twin lakes l. Newma Bremen w. G. Brackley Nappanee h. H. Reinoehl Rochester station m. L. Scheidler Rochester circuit j. W. Feller Royal Center w. E. Snyder and e. Werner Logansport s. C. Cra i mer Peru e. J. Oliver Mishawaka w. S. Tracy. Fort Wayne District. D. S. ?, presiding elder. Fort Wayne j. H. Evans Huntington c. M. Pierce Wabash circuit p. L. Browns , a. S. Elzy new Secretary. C. King was elected As Conj Aris j. Wise ave Ster p. Buehler Ference registrar. This evening the Rev. R. A Leonard delivered the missionary address to a splendid audience and it was a grand Effort. Standing committees. The revised standing committee were announced As follows to Day stewards a. H. Hill h. N. Herrick l. M. Bridei g. B. Work c. M. Holo Peter. Education a. W. Lamport j. K. Walts j. A. Beatty w. M. Nelson e. Kendallville j. O. Mosier Wolcott Ville f. L. Snyder Waterloo c. H. Burgner Edgerton j. Rees Defiance to. Vav. Metzner Hicksville. A. B. Haist Decatur w. H. My icing Berne d. E. Zechiel Vera Cruz d. D. Spangler Van Wert d. D. Speicher. Indianapolis District. C. F. Hansing presiding elder. Indianapolis station Indianapolis Mission i. H. Greisemer Brazil j. Kaufman Terre haute b. Schuermeyer Noblesville j. Wale present. As to the contemplated Sale Indiana lines to the Indiana kills company As reported . Foster stated that no negotiations had yet been opened for the Sale and he did not know that any could be. Quot however quot he added quot it is natural to suppose that the trend the business will be that Way. The National lines May pass into control the Indianapolis company and the two big companies Ohio and Indiana would then work Norman Cary who was Secretary the National Telephone and Telegraph company. Has closed the offices in the Bank Brock. So there is evidently something in the reported Deal. The other local stockholders in the National Are c. S. and Henry c. Paul neither whom were in the City last evening. It is reported that these gentlemen have disposed ail their Stock in the Ohio lines. The National controlled Long distance lines All Over Northern Indiana and Ohio and Southern Michigan. It Luigi with nearly All Independent exchanges in that territory and its annual Meetin i held a couple weeks ago. Showed that Large extensions were making constantly. Or. George a. Beers this City is president the Young women have you Ever said that a you re talking for your poor sick kidneys. Something wrong you would t be feel quot dead tired quot a Young folks in Good health Don t feel that a m Way no indeed get your kidneys in healthy shape take n beware ointments for Catarrh that contain Mercury. F. Albertson a. S. Preston d. V. Wil East Germantown j. F. Stedke Phil Liams. _ i Isburg j. A. Tilt Dayton German conference relations a. A. Kemp J. M. Haug Dayton English j. H. S. Harrison c. E. White h. C. Smith Breisch fort recovery j. M. Smith w. H. Pierce j. A. Ruly e. P. West Portland j. E. Stoops Bunker Hill Hafer. L. J. Ehrhardt Wabash a. S. Fisher general qualifications a. Mahin j. Urbana August Geist. M. Haines a. L. Weaver j. H. Jackson b. S. Hollopeter d. H. Guild j. B. Alleman. Woman s work in Church a. H. Daniel t. J. Johnson c. E. Parsons w. The delegates elected to the general conference Avrich meets at St. , minn., next october Are As follows s. H. Baumgartner c. F. Hansing d. S. Oakes d. Martz j. H. Evans Geo. S. Stewart p. E. Powell a. G. Neal Roederer and a. S. Fisher alternates d. S. Jones. J. H. Haug m. L. Scheidler and f. E. Social and moral questions a. . Ford c. E. Davis l. E. Knox c. E. J the next annual conference session Disbro Richard Jones m. E. Nether will be held in Wayne Avenue Church. Cut r. H. Smith. Parsonage and furniture a. Dayton Ohio the first thursday in m. April 1900. Baker h. A. Ewell a. A. Turner a. E. Sarah l. A. Retts w. E. Mccarty j. W. Tillman. Class meetings and Young people s work a. S. A. Bridge George Cocking b. Sawyer w. W. Martin John c. White j. P. Chamness j. S. Cain. Missionary cause a r. Jones V. L. Harbour j. D. Croan j. B. Cook r. C. Jones Henry Lacey j m. Baker. Church Extension to. F. Freeh c. Tinkham m. Of straight j. W. Miller h. M. Johnson c. B. Wilcox a w. Brown. Indiana news. Hartford City paper company sold to fort Wayne capitalists. As Mercury will surely destroy the sense smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces. Such articles should never be used except prescriptions from reputable physicians As the damage they will do is ten Foid to the Good you can possibly derive from them. Hall s Catarrh cure manufactured by f. J. Cheney amp co., Toledo o., contains no Mercury and is taken internally acting a directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces the system. In but ing Hall s Catarrh cure be sure you get the genuine. It is taken internally and made in Toledo Ohio by f. J. Cheney amp co. Testimonials free. Sold by druggists Price 75c per Boule. Hall s family pills Are the Best. Bruder bilked. Forged Check successfully passed at jews try store a. Hartford City ind., april 5.�?the Hartford City paper company the largest concern the kind in the state has been reorganized. Ever since the death and company and endorsed by quote f r. T. Mcdonald the principal owner Yarnelle quot the Check was a f. A. And s. E. Society a. A. Davis Cepter and the Young Man received a smooth forger got ahead a guest Bruder the jeweler to the tune $21.50 yesterday afternoon. It happened at a time when the Force in the store was Busy and the swindler had an easy time it. He was a Young Man rather Good looking and Well dressed. He asked to be shown some Small brooches and selected one shaped like a heart As he said for a Young lady. Its Price was $3.50, and he had it wrapped up and handed the clerk a Check for $25 one the local Banks signed by Mossman Yarnelle w. M. Nelson w. P. Herron w. O. Of ownership but the matter has been kept a secret. The new officers Are $21.50 in Good Coin the realm As Pierce Eli Davis j. B. Mcnary n. D. President Louis Fox fort Wayne vice change and went his Way rejoicing. Schackelford. J president Charles h. Worden fort american Bible society a. C. Miller Wayne Secretary Henry j. Miller fort m. C. Cooper we. Lash j. O. Bills j. Wayne treasurer a. D. Shaeffer Hart h. Slack j. W. Lowry w j. Vigus. Sunday schools and tracts a j. Norris w. E. Murray a. H. Mckee j. W. Paschall j. J. Fred m. A. Harlan a. J. Carey. Ford City. Louis Fox the president is the millionaire Cracker manufacturer. Charles h. Worden is a i Jdwyer and receiver for the fort Wayne electric corporation. Henry j. Miller is a capitalist and Charles Muhler was mayor fort sus tentation a. C. Cissel m. J. A Wayne for several terms. It said the Jor j. F. Radcliffe c. Harvey c. H. Metts j. M. Rush f. M. Stone. Conference Board examiners . G. Browne c. King b. S. Hollopeter John c. White l. M. Krider j. W. Cain b. A. Kemp f. M. Stone c. H. Present Large Plant will be doubled in capacity. Petition in bankruptcy. Indianapolis april 5.-George Gable Hartford City yesterday filed a Browne a s. Preston m. J. Magor c. Petition in voluntary bankruptcy. He w. Smith w. D. Pait e. L. Semans was formerly a merchant there and gave j. A. Beatty s. Light m. A. Harlan unsecured debts As amounting to $9, 058.01 and his personal property As being $100, All which he claims As exempt. A laundry Trust. Or. Bruder s attention was attracted by the endorsement and the fact that there is but one e. F. Yarnelle in the City aroused his suspicion. Later he Learned that no such Check had been issued by Mossman Yarnelle and company. No Trace has since been found the smooth gentleman who got the Money. The police Are working the Case. Of Monument to Lincoln. Illinois will erect one. Cost Ting $1,000,000. The modern scientific practical up to Date Medicine that banishes kidney backache kidney ailments sleeplessness and urinary disturbances in either adults children. We know kid be oids will absolutely cure the above ailments and minor affections directly due to them we have Given names those who were cured investigate and you will get at the truth. Disordered kidneys Are indicated by pains in the Back distress fullness after eating scanty scalding urine weakness and chills pains in the loins nervousness sleeplessness loss vitality swelling in limbs body both and sediment in the Are in yellow Tablet form put up in boxes sell for 50c a Box at All drug stores your druggist will Tell you cures they Ett acted Here at Home he will vouch for the truth our every s liver lax cures constipation bilious Ness Costi Venesse they sell for 25c a boxy at All drug stores. Kid be oids and liver lax manufactured by John Morrow amp co., chemists Springfield Ohio. A pm for Mes. The Toledo mayor is put Forward As an available candidate for governor. Petted to attend and the Public most cordially invited and urged to come. Beef was wholesome. Prof. Chittenden Yale before inquiry court Miles wants his witnesses Callied. The mayor is not in sympathy with the political move and will be satisfied with Lia platform favouring municipal ownership Public utilities. Toledo o., april 5.�?the friends mayor Jones in Toledo and Columbus simultaneously started a Boom for him to Day As a candidate for governor Ohio. A number his Toledo representatives Are in Columbus and they will announce his candidacy in that City. Mayor Jones when seen about the matter this afternoon stated that he had not sanctioned this action. There has been doubt As to which party he will affiliate with. Many democrats claim he can be nominated that ticket but As mayor Jones has always been a Republican and so stated during his Campaign he will doubtless cast his lot with that party. He will Endeavor to have a platform adopted favouring municipal ownership Public utilities. Election in Rhode Island. Combine has options All Indianapolis plants. A. S. Wooten e. Of Albertson j. A. Patterson. The echoes. It is not usually the Case that a conference has two Bishops in attendance both Active workers. But both Bishops itunes a a he presence alone win s is. To san quot a s add great spiritual strength to the ses laundries Indianapolis with a View to Ward purchasing them and uniting them the Rev. Sprague is a Young married into one combination. They have be Man who during the last three months cured options nearly All the Princi has been assistant pastor the Wayne pm laundries the City. In no Case has Street m. E. Church. He spent three completed and the proprietors Siat quot Ito Rf�z-,."" quot quot quot graduate that Institute. He has been in fort Wayne three year. Knoch a. Bunner was recommended by the Woodburn quarterly conference. He has always been a methodist. He is Twenty nine years old is single and has been in Taylor University for five obituary. Jos. D. Strong artist. Springfield 111., april 5.-the House committee appropriations adopting the suggestion chairman Curtis to Day prepared a Bill providing for the erection a new Lincoln Monument in Springfield to quot Cost $1,000,000. Of this amount $100,000 is to be appropriated at once for the commencement the work Congress is to be requested to appropriate $500,000, and $400,000 is to be raised by popular subscription. The Bill was reported to the House at this evening s session and advanced to second Reading. Wireless telegraphy. French government will Experiment Between Paris and London. San Francisco april 5.-Joseph d. Years. During the last six months he Strong Tho artist died Here to Day from the disvanpp"7n the it tvs fro Ian has supplied the pulpit at Woodburn. The effects an operation. Joseph d. Distance to the South Foreland a h. Peters Spencerville ind., Strong was bom in Connecticut forty five was recommended by the quarterly pointed portraits Many conference that place. He joined them e Church february 22, sixteen years ago. He is Twenty nine years old and has spent one and one half years in Mission work in Philadelphia. A genuine pleasure is afforded the conference by having the Rev. Vigus chaplain the l60th regiment Indiana Send Yow Veli Iole to tie Waue big by co. For a Ubbes tires. Harvard wins debate. Princeton april 5.-Harvard got the volunteers present. He arrived yester decision Over Princeton in the inter Coile. Dayios Isth noon train but will be com site debate to night. Princeton had the pulled to return to his regiment at a Fly Active and Harvard the negative Side Viu Inah in a few Dave we a Hpe Ira in question quot resolved that a for so Given. He says american soldiers adv coment their common interests is glut a duty. They want to if a , i Paris april 5.�?in View the Success the experiments with the Marconi system wireless telegraphy across the Strait Dover the authorities propose to transmit messages to England from Paris. The terminal Here will probably be the Eiffel Tower. Is 230 Miles. Of Providence r. A april 5.�?citizens Rhode Island to Day balloted for state officers including governor lieutenant governor Secretary state attorney general treasurer and members the general Assembly. There were four state tickets in the Field headed respectively by Elisha Dyer Republican candidate for governor George w. Greene Democrat Thomas f. Herrick socialist labor and Joseph a. Peckman prohibitionist. The Only Issue in the election was adoption the revised Constitution which failed last november to receive the necessary three fifths All votes cast but was Given a Large majority to Day. Victory for the women Beattie kas., april 5.�?in the City election Here two tickets were in the Field one composed women the other men. Mrs. Charles Totten was elected mayor and . Shelden mrs. Schlight mrs. Smith mrs. Mirron and mrs. for the Council while miss Neill for Clork won easily. The Ponce judge and Marshall Are men. In Rhode Island. Protest against Roberts. New York m. E. Conference takes a stand. Newburg. N. A april 5.�?at the one Hundredth annual session the new York conference the m. E. Church a Resolution was adopts protesting a Faihst allowing congressman Roberts Utah to retain his seat. To Senid your Veli Iole to Romolt so , >11-13 Street for rubber Siree. But Providence r. I., april 5�?the state election to Day resulted in a Republican Victory though the democrats made gains in Many localities. The entire Republican state ticket was successful and the general Assembly will be Republican by a Large majority though not As Large As last year. The socialist vote is Large in the cities and manufacturing towns. Eighty districts out 104 in the state give for governor Dyer rep16,812 Greene dem9,982 Herrick socialist labor1,247 Peckham pro1,043. Dyer s probable plurality this year is 9,500. Every District in the state shows democratic delegates. Washington april 5.�?two principal witnesses before the beef inquiry court to Day were prof. Russell h. Chittenden Yale College and . Samuel a. Currie lieutenant colonel the second a View Jersey regiment stationed at Jacksonville during the War. Prof. Chittenden is one the chemists selected by the government to Analyse the canned roast beef. He presented his report showing that the beef was generally Good. No chemicals had been found by him in its preparation and it was generally wholesome. He How even expressed doubt As to whether the heat a tropical climate would not cause the fat in the cans to Liquify and thus Render the food displeasing to the sight. Colonel Davis stated that most the cans from which the samples were taken for analysis had been exposed to the heat tropical countries some the cans being brought from Havana for the purpose the test. Or. Currie testified that the refrigerator beef supplied at Jacksonville had some occasions made men sick. He had made a chemical analysis the beef which in one Case showed the presence salicylic acid and in another boric acid. Major Lee presented More the correspondence Between general Miles and the court and put in a request behalf . The general that nine the 130 witnesses whose names he had heretofore suggested be called saying that they would testify concerning the refrigerator beef and the chemically treated beef. The court did not indicate whether the request would be complied with. Of Foi surety Bonds minister actors , Exee tors and All other Legal Bonds see Schry Der w i 1 s cents Fidelity and i get posit . Of killed by High binders paid . Inter state Commerce commission conducts an investigation at Toledo. The Nickel plate the Lake Shore the Baltimore and Ohio and the Pennsylvania Are involved and admit their guilty All the companies want the commission business to cease. Mutilated body a Christian chinaman found in St. Louis. St. Louis april 5.�?the mutilated dead body Joe Choung a Christian chinaman was found to Day under an Oil tank Gratiot Street. Pinned to the clothing was a note written in chinese characters and near by an empty opium pot both Trade Marks the High binders. A Cousin the dead mongolian said he had been pursued by High binders for a year going from new Orleans to san Francisco and from there to St. Louis. Indianapolis quot Street railway Law valid. Toledo o., april �?the interstate Commerce commission to Day began the investigation the so called elevator commission in what is known As the Corn pit Belt Ohio. There is a Large attendance Railroad men. Commissioner Prouty Cor ducted the investigation. Charges have been made by a number cities that the Lake Shore the Nickel plate and Baltimore and Ohio roads have been shipping Grain at regular rates and then been paying elevators at Interior Points two cents a Bushel commission for Corn and wheat and one half cent commission for handling. This amounts to cutting rates. Complaints have been made first against the Cincinnati Northern and Pennsylvania railroads but the grand Jui a failed to make an indictment. The Cincinnati norther i discontinued the practice and some the officers this Road were among the witnesses. The general passenger agent the Cincinnati Northern was the first witness called and he that his Road had been paying commissions being forced to do so by other roads now before the commission. He believed commissions should be abolished. G. B. Spriggs the Nickel plate went into history the commission business stating that the Road lease it elevators to private individuals which practically amounted to a commission and he desired the commissions abolished. A number elevator men testified showing that the roads were paying commissions. The complaints came from Paulding Van Wert Ottawa Seneca Mercer and other counties located in the Western and North Central portions the state through which the roads mentioned run. -0 higher salary for . Hirsch. The regular monthly conference delegates to the associated charities will meet at room 8, City building at 3 90 this afternoon. The topic the hour will be quot the centripetal tendencies the times quot and the. Paper will be by mrs. . Bursley. The delegates Iron the churches and isl rating society ice Are a to Vav f 4-, Indianapolis april 5.�?the Superior court this Marion county in a unanimous decision to Day dismissed the preliminary injunction restraining the City Council and Board Public works from granting a new franchise to the Indianapolis Street railway company. The petition for injunction was based the alleged unconstitutionality the Law passed by the last legislature authorizing the City to enter into a contract it with the company. The court holds the Law to by valid. -0 cart. Clark honoured Philadelphia april 5.�?capt. Chas. E. Clark late commander the battleship Oregon and since assigned to the league Island Navy Yard iwas to night tendered a dinner . An informal charac ter by. The Union league. Captain Clark was presented with a Silver Lovoff cup. Chicago april 5.�?sinai congregation at its annual meeting last night ratified its action february 27 by voting to increase . Hirsch s salary to $15,000 for fifteen years at which time if . Hirsch is living his salary will be readjusted for life i have your Carriage let Vig quot a y repaired and repainted at the Thayne co. Telephone 111 a Oriel. Gri Taran teed to to it a first class. fast Hare sold. Lexington ky., april 5.-j. L. Tarl ton sold to George w. Leavitt Boston the four year old Mare miss Duke. 2 24% trial 2 14% at three year by Sam unions dam Zeta by red Wilkes. The Price was about $2,000. M. J. Blitz Destt amp Hob. Fira. Accident. Uie and Lubi Uty it

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