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Fort Wayne Journal (Newspaper) - April 6, 1899, Fort Wayne, Indiana A a a a m n people John la in s dyspepsia cure Tow Rifici or Fallak my per Maxient i indy fer Dye pm a it huh Untim and All Stona a and new to Oyln. A put up in Tablet form pleasant and easy to take and affording immediate Relief by enabling nature to furnish natural nourish Niento to the blood nerves and Muscles. It strengthens weak and debilitated digestive organs relieving them of the Strain they Are not equal to and converting the food which formerly passed away without yielding up its juices into nourishment for the system. Invaluable for consumptive and All wasting diseases. Johnson s Caf Furrh Sia cure does not furnish nourishment but digests thoroughly what it finds strengthens the digestive organs and creates appetite. For Sale by All druggists i re Box 50 cents. Prepared at fhe Jol Loc. I it arge Box 50 cents. In laboratories Philadelphia. Who Leaai a age Nib orom not a bib and or bib Bro. Niit the Pennsylvania station. A . J try Init bun by Central time As Rollog a daily t daily except sunday prompt. Wayne to ii ave Arritt Valparaiso and Cal 3 40,am a s 10 pm Plymouth and Chi. A 3 40 am a 7 �5 pm c9ilcaso a 6 10 am a 9 17 pro and Wash. 5 20 am �?�3 35 am Tong town and Pitts �5 20 am a 3 36 am Mansfield and Lima. M 56 am Clanton and Pitts 4 10 pm Valparaiso and Chi. T 7 30 am tl2 30 pm Valparaiso and Chi. Tl2 15 pm to b5 pro Crestline and Pitts. Tl2 40 pm a 3 35 am Plymouth and Chi. �?�4 15 pm idea and Crestline. T s 30 am t 8 05 pm new York and Wash. A 7 45 pm a 4 10 pro Pittsburgh and Phil. A 7 45 pm a 4 10 pro new York and Wash. A 9 25 pm a 6 02 am Pittsburgh and Phil. A 9 25 pm a 6.02 am a Bain it Bafidis and Indiati bail Boad. Time table for fort Wajmer ind. Effect february 5th, 1899. North bound. Leaves. A for grand rapids and North. 1 55 am for grand rapids and North. 8 50 am for grand rapids and North. 4 25 pm from Richmond 8 40 am South bound. A for Richmond and cinnati.12 40 am for Richmond 7 10 am tor Richmond and cincinnati12 40 pm from grand rapids arrives.7 00 pm a daily. Daily except sunday. Time table effective feb. 19, 1899 from . Going East. No. 2 fast Eastern express Dally 6 10 a n no. 6 new England fast mail daily 11 55 am no. 24 Atlantic express daily.7 00 p m going West. No. 7 Kansas City Cannon Ball daily .10 00 am no. 6 government fast mail Dally.8 41 p m no. I St. Louis limited daily 1s p m Telephone Bell Home no. 6. % 9-1m3-k All trains Arrivo at and depart from Van Burer Street Union Passeri or station Chicago. Cuifo Raed coloured porters attend first and Fie cond class Day coaches on through trains insuring scrupulously Cloan cars Enro Ute. All Nickel plate passenger trains prom it. Wayne. Standardi express no. 6. Nickel plate express no. 2. Wistem express no. 4. Local . _we3tb0usd from it. Wayne. Kundard express no. A. Western express no. I. Nickel plate express. No. 3. Local freight. 3�5 305 8s0 17 25 2 05 n 20 435 t7 00 daily except sunday. Light Type a. Is. Dark Type p. M throng drawing room sleeping cars on nos 2,4 and 6 to Cleveland Erie. Buffalo new Yore and Boston on nos. 1, 3 and 5 to Chicago. Meals Aro served at quot up to Date quot dining Sta Lions and in Nickel plate i Biog Cara at Opi it of nne meal hours. Timm pm Ulm Ebie a Western table. Change of time sunday oct. Trd�18s7. South. Leave no. 41 except sunday. 7 10 my no. 4s daily .4 15 pm no. 171, local freight 00 am North. Arr tei no. 40 daily 11 40 am no. 42 i except sunday Lod Laib be. 170, local freight 4 40 a Lake Shobe amp Michigan Soutee Bir. It division from North. Cooing North. Arrive Steve. A 16 am Cincinnati express. Detroit express. 4 g0 pm a s0 pm express. 11 45 am a 5s pm Way freight. 6 6i am a All trams Dally except sunday. Findlay foot Wayne a it Western railway. Eff Cuve november Aoth lg98. East bound. Ii mite fort wayne7 01 am arrive Findlay a 60 am arrive Toledo via c. H. A 10 40 a arrive Columbus via t. Amp o. A 2 30 pm it aare . St Lynn arrive Findlay.6 00 pm arrive Toledo via c. H. A. 6 10 pm arrive Columbus via t. Amp o. A. .�00 pm West bound. Laava of malay. 7 s0am arrive .10s5 am leave told do via c. H. A. A to am ,. Arriva .10� am i Aatu Findlay i.�. 1� pm quot Arriva , Rumm via t. A a o. Amp and Vanvort Wayne. Halljr a to a my or. It Tai Job so a i another Vanderbilt Ding. Wed Emily Vanderbilt Sloane married to John h. Hammond. New York april 5.�?another Van Dei bilt wedding occurred at noon today. Miss Emily Vanderbilt Sloane became the Bride of or. John h. Hammond. The Bride is wealthy and it was a popular match. The marriage took place if St. Bartholomew s Church. It was almost As great a society event a the fair Vanderbilt wedding yesterday. The Rev. Or. David h. Greer Rector of the Church officiated. There was an elaborate choir service with the marriage ceremony. The Church decorations were Pink and White for the main colouring. The columns that stand in the aisles on either Side of the Church were covered with vines and Flowers. The capitals of the columns held clusters of easter lilies. Garlands of lilies were festooned from pillar to pillar. Pink azaleas with White lilies were banked in the Chancel at either Side of which were Large Palms. The altar was handsomely decorated with Loose roses and lilies. The Bride quot was attended by miss Lila Vanderbilt Sloane As maid of Honor. Her bridesmaids were miss Charlotte Barnes miss Edith Hall miss Edith Knowlton miss Margaret Hammond a sister of the Groom also her cousins miss Ruth twombly and miss Gladys Vanderbilt. It was a Pink and White wedding. The Bride wore a gown of White Satin embroidered with Silver and her bridesmaids were dressed in Pink and White. Or. Hammond s Best Nian was his brother or Ogden h. Hammond and his Ushers messes. Allan a. Robbins William Sloane Alonzo Potter Herbert Parsons Charles a Eller Beckman William visa Thorn Arthur Gordon and j. G. Phelps Stokes. The wedding or break fast followed at or. Arica mrs. Will Ian Douglas Sloane mrs j. B. Lezer of Monroeville is visiting relatives in the City. Or. Guy Bell is. At Home for a new Days from Chicago University. Or. And mrs Ogden Pierce have gone to Alabama for a Short visit. Miss Pearl More an of Kalamazoo is visiting or. And mrs. L. A. More an. Or. Horace Zollars has returned to Beloit wis., where he is attending school. Mrs. Martha Melsheimer has returned Frohri an absence of two years in Cal j fornia. Mrs. A a. Shepard entertained the South Side Pedro club yesterday afternoon. Or and mrs. Will Morris of Richmond a. Are the guests of mrs. J. B. White. Mrs. May Laubach returned yesterday from a five months visit in Allen town a. Mrs. F. M. Keltner who has been visiting or. And mrs. F. Stonecifer has returned to Anderson ind. Miss Marguerite Hanna is Able to be out after a week s confinement in Hope Hospital with the asthma. Mrs. Wagenhals will entertain the Dorcas society of Trinity English lutheran Church to Morrow at the parsonage. Mrs. E. Koestering of Muskegon mich., who is on her Way to St. Louis is the guest for a few Days of or. And mrs. Schiefer. One of the musical events of the season will take place to night at Westminster Church under the auspices of Reineke s orchestra. The orchestra will give part of the program and the visiting artists who Are known As the three bostonian come with High recommendations. Miss Alice Clark of Boston is the guest of the family of or. C. B. Stemen. Miss Clark went to Van Wert yesterday to attend a reunion of the Clark family of whom miss Princess Clark and or. Charles Clark both at one time members of musical circles in this City Are also members. Mrs. S. C. Moffat has made two engagements to sing in neighbouring cities this month and will appear in Columbia City on the 13th and Marion on the 14th. As mrs. Moffat has one of the finest voices among s vocalists it will be a pleasure to her friends to know of her recognition elsewhere. The Westminster juniors will give a social and entertainment in the Church Parlours Friday evening at 7 30 o clock. The program follows piano Solo. Ethel Hall recitation quot her Busy Day quot. Morhea Wells quot signs of the season quo Irving Jones quot seven times one quot. Myrle Baxter recitation quot never quot. Bruce Burdette Yocal duet. Jeannette Brown and Lucile Hench quot when papa s sick. Mary Brown quot my first Cigar quot. Albert Lansdown quot who loves Best quot. Vashti Fonner vocal Solo i want to Pawn my Dolly quot. Elsie Joss remember How to smile quot. May Lansdown baby logic quot. Marguerite Hench piano Solo. Miss Maud Wenger Tableaux and songs Viz. Quot the ten quot the american quot the quot an afternoon at quot the coloured grand March in costume. Music and refreshments will follow the program. Jacobs eme. The marriage of miss Mary l. Eme daughter of or and mrs. Fred eme who reside one mile South of Areola to or. Alfred a. Jacobs occurred on wednesday at the Home of the Bride. The ceremony took place at noon in the presence of friends and relatives. Or. And mrs. Eme Are old settlers in the country and have a Large Circle of friends who extend congratulations to the newly married couple. Or. Jacobs is a popular travelling Salesman for the Standard Oil company at this Point. Ini All Itei it Seii there Ehwald be Clea Linese. Ely s Cream Balm Gie Anses Eoo thee and heal the diseased membrane. It cures Catarrh and Rivca Nway a cold in the head quickly. Cream Balm is placed into the nostril a spreads Over the membrane and ,10 absorbed. By Clef is immediate and a cure of rows. It is not drying does not produce sneezing. Large size 50 events St druggists or by mail Tria size 10 Centa by my. Brothers. 5g Warren Stie Eti new York. Intimate friends Only in All about persons. 250 with the wage earners twelve Hundred miners on strike in Iowa. Desmoines Iowa april 5.�?As a consequence of the strike ordered by the miners Union for the Central District of Iowa Only four out of thirty mines were in operation to Day. The strike has thrown out of employment 1,200 men. The operators held a meeting this afternoon and announced that they would not recognize the Union or meet its demand. It is reported that the operators will Combine and ship negro miners in from Missouri. Cleveland trouble spreads. Cleveland Ohio april 5.�?within the Twenty four hours 500 additional men have joined the carpenters strike which was inaugurated on monday. It Sis now estimated that Over 1,500 men Are on strike. A few of the smaller contractors have conceded the demands of the men. It is said by Tho officials of the can it enters Union that 3,000 men will be out by saturday unless their terms Are agreed to. They demand an eight hour Day and thirty cents an hour. The contractors have offered 27 cents an hour with nine hours a Day for live Days and five hours on saturday. This offer has been rejected. Ohio miners strike Salem Ohio april ,5.�?the miners in the Salem Coal company. Card amp pros Sor. Cherry Valley company the National the fail View and Thomas mines All within five Miles of this place inaugurated a strike to Day to secure for their work on the run of mine basis. The new Waterford Fairfield and East Palestine miners have been out for a week. Compromise at Youngstown Youngstown Ohio. April 5.-the strike begun on monday at the Ohio tube company Warren was settled to Day. The men asked an increased of 13 per cent., but to Day accepted 10 per cent., to take effect immediately. Work will be resumed to Morrow. Four Hundred men Are benefited. Fire record. Deadwood s. D., april at Lead last night destroyed property Worth $100,000. The tire department was helpless owing to Low water pressure. Among the firms burned out Are Henry Jacobs hardware Henry schnitzel assay office and Laboratory j. L. Marcious furniture Cjohn Subiner amp co., clothing. Shot by his son. But the dying father wanted the murderer to escape punishment. Kansas City mo., april Brosnahan who is lying dying at the German Hospital from a pistol shot wound inflicted by his son John called the latter to his bedside to Day and Between groans and gasps advised the son How he might the trouble in which his crime has involved him. Brosnahan who was a grading contractor was shot by his son during a family quarrel. To Day when told he could not live the elder Brosnahan called for his son and grasping the lad s hand said quot get out of this trouble As Best you can John. I la do All i can to save you before i die. I Hope you won t get into much trouble about it. It was mostly my fault. You had to shoot quot i did not mean to kill you father quot groaned the boy and As he was placed under arrest and led away he passed his Mother who had recently been divorced from the dying Man weeping in the hallway. -0- Cereal Trust loses Ohio court rules that it is an illegal Combine. Akron Ohio april 5.�?judge Kohler to Day overruled the motion to dissolve the restraining order against the american Cereal company Combine. To held that the new company under the Laws of new Jersey was a Trust formed for the purpose of regulating the output limiting business and raising prices and therefore illegal and against Public policy. --�?0-Castor a for infants and children. The kind you have always boy get sign Tiu e of the helping hand Mission. The helping hand Mission which is now located at 16 West Columbia Street is prospering nicely. A great Many needy people Are being helped every Day. Come and see. The dispensary is now running full time from 6 a. M. To 11 p. M. Beds 10 cents lunch 5 and 10 cents. The unfortunate poor free. Quot the voice of gospel workers quot is published by the Mission at a subscription Price of 15 cents per year. Subscribe and help worthy cause. Lilly Post Dies san Francisco april Post the opera Singer is dead of heart failure. She was taken to the insane Asylum on mond in by her son. Who had trouble in restraining her As she appeared greatly cited. On. Tuesday she was stricken ith heart trouble and died peacefully remodelled House no. 2 West fifty be had been the Prima Donna of Sev Seco Iid Street. It was for relatives and a ral operatic organza Altonb. A a re or. E. H. Griswold of Peru was iii the City yesterday or. J. K. Niblack of Decatur was in the City yesterday. Or. S. G. Nei Leran architect from Chicago is in the Cuy. V Mac e. Saunds has returned from a trip through Florida. Or. S. Brulor of Kokomo a amp in yesterday. Or. H. J. Elliod of Fremont was in yesterday. Or. Ira Workman of Garrett is visiting friends in this City. Or. J. L. Brown of Huntington was at the Aveline last night. Justice a. Milburn of South Whitley was in the City yesterday. Or. Arthur Mcnamee of Lima was at the Aveline yesterday. Or. G. W. Paul of Paulding Ohio was in the City yesterday. Or. H. B. Miller of Defiance Ohio was in the City yesterday. E. C. Rurode and miss Rurode left for West Baden yesterday. The venerable mrs. Mary Gable of 40 Madison Street is very ill. Or. W. R. Mayo was called to Bourbon on professional business. Or. C. W. Kohlinger of Muncie is visiting relatives in this City. Prof. Lindeman of Addison 111., is the guest of. Or. H. A. Duemling. Or. And mrs. J. W. Young and son Jewell have returned from Culver. Or. J. R. Windell of Plymouth made this City a business visit yesterday. Miss Fannie Blackburn of Huntington. Is visiting friends in this City or. C. W. Findlater of grand rapids was in the City yesterday evening. Or. F. R. White of Kalamazoo mich., was at the Randall yesterday. Mrs. Del. Edmunds and baby have returned from a visit from Columbia City. The Rev. T. A. Graham and family of Windfall ind., Are visiting friends in this City. Or. And mrs. William Schnitker and children have returned from a visit to new Haven. F. S. Cartwright of the Olds Wagon works left for Chicago yesterday on a business trip. The sons of Columbus met in their Hall last night and conferred a degree on six new candidates. Or. O. N. Goldlin started for san Francisco yesterday afternoon. He will transact business there. Miss Kate Fox has returned from Columbus Ohio and has taken a position with Wolf and Dessauer or. Samuel Mcclellan or. Hugh Riley and or. Henry Bogart attended a Ball at Payne Ohio last night. Or. And mrs. W. P. Blackburn will arrive from Lima this afternoon to attend the funeral of George Blackburn. Or. C. B. Fox is confined to his Home on Taylor Street from the effects of a fall which he sustained last saturday. Albert the eight year old son of or. John Eylenberg is suffering severely from it a fall which bruised and skinned his face considerably. He will not be Able to be about for a week or so. Or. E. M. Pettit and or. C. V. Tan Nelll of Hicksville Ohio were in this City yesterday. They rejoiced hugely Over the fact that old Hacks Ville had gone democratic on tuesday. A Large party passed through Here from the East Over the Pennsylvania yesterday morning. They Are delegates from Eastern lodges of the Universal brotherhood and theosophical society and Are on their Way to san Diego California where the annual National convention of the order will shortly Convene. At they were joined by the local delegates or. A. A. , or. B. F. Mcfarran mrs. M. S. Mahurin and mrs. Charles Taylor. Or. Cook of Bluffton also joined the delegation at this place. It is probably that a special train bearing More of the delegates will pass through this City to Day. Remarkable cite of rheumatism. Kenna Jackson co., w. A. About three years ago my wife had an attack of rheumatism which confined her to her bed for Over a month and rendered her unable to walk a step without assistance her limbs being swollen to double their Normal size. Or. S. Maddox insisted on my using Chamberlain s pain Balm. I purchased a fifty cent bottle and used it according to the directions and the next morning she walked to breakfast without assistance in any manner and she has not had a similar attack since. A a b. Parsons. For Sale by Dreier Bros druggists. Of off to another love. Anti Quay republicans shift to a new candidate. Harrisburg pa., april 5.�?the anti Quay republicans to Day dropped judge Stewart of Franklin county and cast their ballots for sex congressman George f. Huff of Westmoreland county. Sex congressman Huff was one of the quot favorite sons quot until the anti Quay republicans voted solidly for congressman dal Zell last week. Since then he has not been voted for. To Day s ballot the sixty Felt Venth resulted As follows Quay reps9 Jenks dem72 Huff rep50 total 211 necessary to a Choice 106 paired or not voting 42. Of quot a cure for bilious Colic. I was troubled with constipation for a Long time. Then i began to have bilious Colic and having Ramon s liver pills and Tonto pellets in my House for Sale i took two liver pills one week following with one. Tonic Pellet 6very night for two weeks. My Colic spells Are no More and the constipation entirely cured. I give Ramon s liver pills and tonic pellets credit for my cure and believe no family should be without them. I Send you an order herewith for 158.00 Worth a. C. Roberts Silver Hiu Sevier co., Ark. For Sale by Gross it Pellens. A coat of paint a. A a a a you promised your House this Spring or anything to the paint o r varnish line Small or Large cans. You will find it at. C. Schlatter amp cos where you will also find stepladders carpet stretchers paint a rashes clothes wringers and a Complete assortment of ,38 and 40 e. Columbia St Spring season House cleaning carpet cleaning laying and re fitting. Or. Geo Welker. The expert carpet layer has charge of this work. Mattresses and Feather Beds and pillows steamed and made Over. Upholstering of furniture. We have a Large assortment of coverings to select from. We Are Headquarters for awnings. All work done satisfactory. Estimates cheerfully furnished. Prices always the e. Wolf. A notice to All whom it May concern this is to certify that i am prepared As i have now Only the most expert Union help that can he found and will guarantee to do you better laundry work than it is possible for you to obtain at any other place. Critics should compare our work with others. We do High finish on Domestic if ordered. Phone 882. W. B. Phillips prop. Port Wayne steam Linaun dry 4g West main Street. After Feiy. 1, a will be located at removal. Our new quarters 135 Calhoun Street Between Washington and Jefe Rob streets. Greatly increased Stock of for Alture. Carpets Etc. J. Y. Shoaff amp co., people s . G. Thiemel ready = = for your inspection the largest and handsomest display of men a boys and children s clothing for Spring 1899 Ever shown. A suits $18.00 values reduced to $15.00 suits $15.00 values. Reduced to $12.00 suits $12.00 values reduced to $9.00 suits $10.00 values. Reduced to $7.00 �?�4 Limi of of a in a a f 1 fill Youmg men s Spring suits comprise style Quality to the finest tailor made and much less expensive. Suits at$3 50, $5.00 to $15.00.All suits will be sold at Assort Keiit of boys Vestee Sailor suits trousers All our own make guaranteed not to

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