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   Fort Wayne Journal, The (Newspaper) - February 3, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               SLEEP FOB SKIN-TORTURED BABIES Of ClTTICL-ilA the gn CL-TICUWA mtunl i crustcJ, scaly abiu ami si wlib of tair, vbvn ti FEELINGmwm. EXPERTS 11K1TEKATE STATE aiUNTS OP HEAVY WHKAT RESEftVKS. few fat-tors which were tn-jt-untlU- paper, Sterling- FORT WAYNE MORNING JOURNAL THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1898. SKIN LIGHT SKAllOAItD IMEtiMllIM OX CASH WHliAT AT NEW YORK TIT RX KD INTO PKKMIUM OX HELD PlttM. 5 MONEY! We are prepared to loan money on city business and residence property at 5. 6. and 7 per cent, interest. Farm loans made at B and 7 per cent. In all loans we grant privilege of par- tia4 payments before maturity We have the money on hand to close 'loans at once. The J.F.SCHELL LOAN AND INVESTMENT CO OFFICES 24tp29Pixley-LongBIock (3rd Floor.) 'PHONE -JSo. MONEY? MONEY! CHICAGO, Feb. olnttHt Us v.'etl-wisliti-s by 1 ailri- about a apparent strength. It has n losing friends without tin ins upon it as aggressive enemies, bui lay the latter was observable to- some extent. The Leiter combination were left to maintain the bull faith without much ass is La nee and did not smx-e-Hl in lire vent ins decline for the day. Corn St urn-hanged. front both in ihe strength nf th. ami activity and extent of il GOVEENMEST BONDS. NEW VOIiK, 1-Vb. S. MONEY! Suine disposition to sell wheat I'ineed ut the opening, as was observa- le from the fact of a little being of- fered for May at against 95'Jje the close yesterday. There vastly more buyers than sellers at and a great number who wanted May wheat even at 96c. In a minute or two after ihe opening there was none for sale below 95iie. but sellers soon appeared and the price again fell ufE-urst to DCc. ant} after another short rally, to Trading was light, and :he bullish spirit that developed iround the opening and grew for half in hour was squelched by the publl- :ation of a crop report by Thoman to the effect that further Investigation substantiated the estimate lie made it month of bushels farmers' hands. He also reported that was the present average tion of the winter wheat terpreted that to Indicate, If maintained till harvest time, a yield of 15 bushels ,o the acre, or a total of 400.000.001) nishels winter wheat, against 000 bushels harvested last year. Tho- s report was very generally rid- I. both with regard u> the quantity estimated in farmers' hands and the drawing of conclusions from present conditions regarding the possible quan- ity to be harvested in July. Notwith- standing the professed contempt for >oth the figures and deductions of the statistician referred to; they Induced selling to such an extent as to tem- you wain to borrow any? If so you certainly want the best ana cheap- est plan, one on which you can pay fast or slow and save interest. The Dollar Monthly plan is the nly n s e plan that permits you Joins this. Investors Should call at office and Investigate our new plans, classes "-YA" and ..p.. Remember this association has ma- tures and paid In the last sis months TKI-STHTE nine -Lfiimwiarioi! Corner of Berry and Court Streets. irlly turn May wheat do. where around to vn from G. W. PIXLEr. President. c. A. WILDING, Secretary, The Journal's BftTTRSY. MODEL STEAM BAKERY. Mami factlirers of the famous original Fepsll Bread. Ask for Scherer's and bewaro o: imitations. BAKBEB FORT WAYNE BARBER SUPPLY HOUSE. Gross Pollens. Send for ca- talosue. No. M Cnlhoun St.. cor. Wayne. Estimates furnished on new ouUlts. BOOK BIHDEItY. FORT WAYNE BOOST BINDERY Blank Books, Job ftnd Edition winding Gilt Edging, Embossing. Mailing Tubes Paper Boxes, etc. No. H E. Main St.. Mennonlte Book Concern. BTJTLDrN'G AND LOAN ASSOCIA- TIONS. ALLEN COUNTY LOAN ASSOCI The safest place In Fort Wayne to save money. Shares. Jl.oa per month No lines or fees. CSTBOPODY TTATR DRESSING. MRS TTV. H. SMITH. MANIODBE PARLORS. Corns removed without pain; bunions and Ingrown toonails successfully treated. No euro, no pay. No. 156 Colhoun street. Liverpoul sent slightly lower -quota- tions at the opening, but the day's de- cline at the close was only for one future, and others with'out change. Ant- werp reported centimes advance and Paris 30 centimes -rise. That show- ing of strength at continental markets the bulls' confidence and obliterated for a time the effect of the Thoman report. London reported more inquiry for cargoes on passage, United Kingdom stocks of wheat at the ports were reported at bushels against bushels Dec. 3. New York confirmed export sales made there and at outports yesterday for English nd French account at 3GO.OOO bushels, IK considerably was made known until this morning. Th" seaboard clearances of wheat and flou vere. as far as reported, equal to 185 OUO bushels, but Boston did not report, id the other ports may have had shipping business restricted by the rms at the seaboard. The Bat ti- re receipts of wheat were exciting 10 curiosity here as to their source Yesterday 71.000 arrived there and to-day bushels. Upon In- quiry as to whence they came, the following was reported: "Our receipts mostly from Ohio and east of that'; some from Pennsylvania and some from New York state." York reported 40.000 bushels of red winter wheat delivered on .ry contracts this morning and bringing Vl-c premium over the month. Indicating a cessation of the anxiety fur immediate supplies that for so long a time been character- istic of the condition ..f that of European supply. Tin.- primary market is were 37S.OOO hu.sht.-ls. airainsr bushels a year The b es of the matters referred regoiriff remarks received ittention than those of the mhnr kind d the market weakened in May, which HUM prL-vi the ikiy t, Pork. JlO.l-'i; KisUijr jirier-s: May iiork, .IHi; ribs. KM. show-ink" of HX- ami 7U-C. Tht di of htijis was SLMJUU anti to-mormw Is li.ikrj ht- ith to-day's runge: Article: Opc-n. High. Low. Ft-l..i-. Feb l Wheat- 'cb ........S J..... July -71' Fob May .a .si; J .'M ........-M JETS Jluy .......II.S3 10.12'- i s-'ii inwi.'. en -July .......y.w ID.lIt Lard- May i.tei July .......HH) 5.00 rt 5.00 -1.S5 July .......tun-i 3.10 4.ys 5.10 Cash spring- wheat patent were quotable at in .-ood; soft wheat, patents. soft THE POUT WATNTE MAJtSET. CLOUR AND PEED. :itt-r wheat flour, S-l-SS per bu- K J5.00 per bbl; bran, per ton; shorts, per ton; mid- s, per ton: oil meal, ji.30 per corn unbolted, SOc per cwt1 bolted, J1.00 per cwt: cracktd corn, SOc per cwt. PRODUCE MARKET. Wht-lit. 9Gc per bu; corn. 45c per ___ ptr tu; rye, 45c per bu; bar- ?y. i5o per bu; clover seed, S2.7S per bu; timothy seed, per bu; country butter. HSMc per lb; creamery, ale per Ib; QESS, IZtfKc nt-r dozen; chickens, per !b; ducks, JK: per lb; turlseys, per !b; rags. 75c per cwt; bees wax, ptr lb; honey, 10012c per lb- tallow per cwt; cabbagre, 25c per doxen; ____ --aihers. per !b; dried ap- ples. 2S'2lic per lb; wool, washed, lb: unwashed. per lb; onions -r-g-SOc per bu; apples. per bu: otatoes, COigTOc per bii, LIVE STOCK AND HIDES, Pork on foot, J3.15 per cwt; green lilies. lb; cured. lOc; calf hides. He per Hi; green. 9c per lb; cured, lOc per lb. HAY MARKET. Timothy hay, new, J7.00 per ton; clover hay. per ton; straw, 510003.00 per ton. THE .MOST SKILLED AXO KXI'Kl: IEXCKD VHYSICIAN SHOT LI) ALONE UK CONSULTED A.NU WHY. do, srnd y.iur p repairs. No watch, or a e must i ioii. in Ilu- !fld.) liitd ii with Chairman Walke whK-t: Air. Johns was u "rul irfillty as u. eurivn w-hk-h tin- cuimmitrc slioulJ take. Witlkfi- ivsriite-U this, .saying h-- ivjjarU Mr. course as per if ii was in-Misted in. ,-ht-at. bakers'. In sucks; hard bilkers'. red dot'. SUOffj' 1.30 in sacks; winter wheat straiirhts J4.SMT-l.rO in w.ood; rye flour. In In sacks. SHE CLOSUfG TS OTHEE CITIES. the closing prices in Following were I other cities: heat New 96S4c- July St. Luuia-jmy. wsc: July. May. Du- SKic: Miiy. !i. ?5c: W'4c: Miiy. May. 97c, St. Louis July, -rrVjC. Baltimore- Cash. February, KLic. Data-New York-May. The closing public cables quoted: Liver- luturts. lower. Corn, futures, from Hd to lower. Hams. American cut. W lower. Wheat, red winter. 12U centimes hiffhcr. COS70 'centimes higher. Wheat. 30 centimes lifglier. TOLEDO TOLEDO. Ohio. Feb. %c low- r for cash and future delivery at the close of tilt- Toledo Product; Exchange to-day, us compared with yesterday. 'milt? dull, and prict-s closed wcah. open, ftl'-io: hish. SaV-c; >w. We; close, !15c: May. open. SOc: high, rt at the receipts ,.f Th nnd after it at n.sc then dropped  ffee" on Thursday from 3 to !i at her home, IS) Lavina street. J- T, Leary pave a luncheon at >'clock yesterday, at which Miss Louise Chase, of Battle Creek. Mich.. the honored guest. vere the body. A slight handled often leads't.i a of sick- rs.s ;md misery. If tht-re is ever a lime when only the most skillful ;Uui sagacious man should be ronsulieJ, u is when you are In neej of a doctor. The tendency grows stronger every day toward making a specialty of c-cr- branches of the study. The cun- sequence is thut to-day we llnd many pnic-titluiicrs devoting their entire lives and aeu! to ihe treatment and L-ure of ceriain derangements. longer ex- eept In small country towns, la the fam- ily physician required to fulfil! every runt-lion from pulling teeth, even to d-- :ently arranging the body after death science has advanced, the great ten- dency has been to omit many of the potsoiwua and powerful mineral reme- dies. The study of herbs has been entered into deeply, n has become the policy of the physician to coax and en- tice Nature in the way she skuuiu go No longer is she absolutely driven ami continually harassed by obliged to contend against the ailministrutjun of poisonous drugs. No branch of this divine science hqg needed more careful attention than that which has made a study of the blood Lnd the nerves. From these two great vital sources does life spring If either of these important functions'be- come deranged, the entire system suf- fers. The great vital organs of the body act sympathetically perform their duties. and suffering, if not and often lingering deatl evitable result. There Is It's a Pleasure to Skate on a Pair of Our EW EAT OBBY ICKEL PLATED :KAXT D.VS AK'TKDTu HIM FICIOK KKI.LV STKVCXX AD- VANOFD A N'lOW CHA.SMF.ri .M.UUO. Tile aliu Skates. to suit tuyers o! SKlTES PFEIFFCR SCHLATTER, 3S AND 40 EAST COLUMBIA ST. THK HAWAIIAN TR CUSSED IX EXE S1258ION. SKXATOU WHITK SAYS AXXKXA- T10X ilEAXS ALL SEXTIMKXT AND SI-OAK. AND CtlAJUJKS THK Sl'GAlt HAROXS WITH liESPOXSjlilHTY THK DAY'S f'KOCEK DINGS. Illness, misery is the In- no better known specialist for diseases of the blood and nerves be found anywhere to-day than Dr Greene, of us State St.. Chicago'. Hi.' Dr. Greene understands the human sys- ,em thoroughly. His years of esper- ence have given him a knowledge that s invaluable. The thousands of peo- Pie that h. has helped and cured are WASHINGTON, Feb. the Hen- te to-day Mr. FTtiwley. of Connecticut secured the adoption uf a resolution di- the secretary ot the interior to -nish the senate the total per capita of educating Indian children at certain Indian schools; the tutul cost >f transporting pupils to and from tht- ifhouls, including the number tnins- w of the children educated In the id what can be done to return t lion. mch retrogression and children in the 'lines of which they have school] thy blanket and cainp condi- prevent the ntinue rogress on hat is o-day ample proof of his skill The is full of other sufferers wno hould consult this most successful of >hySicianS. He is beyond the reach The matter of a lack of never be a barrier against earning how to regain lost health. Dr Greene may be consulted personally or letter, free. He win give such ad- vice In each Individual case as will wnen followed, procure the quickest and most happy results. Dr. Greene's Ker yura. blood and nerve remedy, which isi so.widely known, is the prescription of this eminent specialist and is the outcome of what he has learned in the years that he has been practic Ing. It Is LIVE STOCK. CHICAGO. rfCL-ipts to-day: 31.000 head; loft r from lu-.-ni; market icr slow and wtiik at yesterday's clos- vy. SS.fiOiJiaOTVy. roush. ntk- murki'l quiet Kt-m-rally uttiuly: bt-cves. JS.iO.lV5.ac s iitxl lu-ifiTS, Si.3afi4.W: Texas steers, siUK'kers un.l JS.S-V.M.W. ItL-coipts. lu'ad; marki-t HAST BUFFALO. N. Y.. .Feb. used for favovs and lecoi-sitiuns. Other ladies present Mrs. F. F. Van Yalkenberg. Mrs J- A. Rossell. Jlrs. K. A. Barnes and Mrs. F. "E, Leach. Mrs. Eliza Kern. airs. H. A. Read Mrs. Al XIII. Mrs. F. H. Poote and Mrs' 1. Plummer met at the home of Mrs! George Loesch yesterday afternoon and decided to form it club to pursue the study of anatomy. Whether they will have a dissecting table or not. they are keeping to themselves. Mrs. was elected president and Mrs. Plum- mer vice president of the society, which is to have a membership of the greatest blooci the relative value of the influence of the educated youth at home ami these edu- cated away from home In of end- ing tribal reservation life of the Indian; becoming a citizen and entering the ;reat mass of the population, as shown by the pupils going into the employ- ments of civilized life. r. Jones, of Arkansas, called alien- to the reply of the department of justice to his resolution calling for in- formation as to the appointment of deputies by United States Marshal H. Te said that as he did removal ot of Mr. Cooper If they were removed for political ns. Mr. Jones said, he wanted i to state. He the M. Cooper, of Arkan the reply was not t not assign reason; __ the deputies of Mr. !ep: al to tlv, Col. B. a Walker camp isa. of Veterans.. u-iS! give ;in .intertrtinment. and dance at True. Blue hall Jay evening, Feb. The fulkuv- Ltsical and liter be carried out. after freshments will be sei by a dance ...n.gr; i program will which light ro- sol R.-dtiuloi Ret-ltj rtccitation _. ...Miss Marian Pun -r and Mlsa Lilllc J Amla H At the ats wore hisher. but a decline followed luU-r whic-h the market where it ended the r mis day. The early UrmnesK Mnenced through sympathy with v !ind corn, and it was the saim- i that brought about the reaction, independence whatever was asserted; permit of the market doing otherwise than following in the wake of its larger brothers. May started at :Mc. sold at i4Hc and dropped off to It was at 2IlTic at the close. There ex- isted a good demand for round lots of ash for export, but bids wore a shade ff and sales not affected on that ae- imnt. A lot nf 75.000 bushels was sold Dwt-vt-r, for shipment to EiiilTtilu. Mil- sent out UO.OfMI bushels to the iime dfstinntlon. CU-arances from th were W.OOO Imshels, Local n ceipls were US cars, 1G of which grade No. 2. For to-mom.v.' ISO are prt (litm-d. TREATMENT FOR WEAK MEN. TRIAL WITHOUT EXPENSE. boQcatman. Not a dollar to be In advance. Cure Effects of Errors or Excesses fa Old or Young, Manhood Fully Ktstorod. Bow !b Enlarge and sirecRthen West, Undeveloped Portions ol Body. unfnUinff Home Treatment. No C. o. nr other schcrao. A plain offer by a fir m of high stondlnp, 64 NIAGARA ST. ERIEKiEDJCALCO.% KAST LIKERTV. C.tltk Market sleaiiy; prinu-. SI.Wi.l.OU; commo prime mediu hea ON WAU. STKEEt .stock un.dT iin-ssurt- of otlH-ra k Ilinsiiliillo >n-d st :-t-id.-illy unsettlt-d. tirs.t a. a fr.iollfin anti thfii n-fu-tins i lat.-r rveoven-il to a not IP; sales were SS.OOO.-VO. 1'. J ticolined 'i hid. but then- was a THE MOHET KASEET. YORK. tVh. 3. on call per cent. Prime mtr- Miss Lottie Bltn -hich involved one Warsaw's prominent, voting ladies an me who has made many friends in th .-sty during the time she ivas a pupil if Westminster seminary, occurred In liat city on Tuesday. The was anette Pimk. daughter of Mr %nd Mrs. W. Punk, and the Kri.um Mr. E. Ii. Smith, also of Warsaw. The Kev. Edwanl Yates Hill was the of- iclatini; clorijj-mnn. the ceremony be- in the First Presbyterian iedy and therefore a gene' orant and rejuvenator. knou ivorld to-day. When you placo your must valued treasure, your Dr Or hands, you may rest assured vein have Hone all that can be done. You will (Widely see that you are botas handled by an expert who has no onual lay rest assured lhat he will your health and protons t It Is m the power or human still to accomplish such an end. It will cost )thlnB. remember, to write tii Dr Greene and learn directly from him ails you. and explain your condition so that you can perfectly understand your complaint. He will also advise you just what to do to be cured. Do not fail to cull upon or write to Dr Greene about your case at once. lemher it will cost nothing. LOSS HALF A A DESTRUCTIVE COXPLAGRATIOX XnX.VEAPOL.IS. Minn Fel> special to the Journal fntm WinniiK- statos that the -Metntyre block in offered another resolution directing the department of justice to supply the in- formation. Mr. Hale- thought this a matter with which'congress had noth- ing do. The resolution was agreed At p. m. the vice president laid before the senate the resolution of Mr Peltigrew. Of South Dakota, declaring it to be opposed tu the policy of the defend which u navy would" be requir- ed, which was laid over yesterday. Maine, beins satisfied i South the res- subject pension, senatc- the remarks the senator fro Dakota proposed to make upon nlution would infringe upon a under discussion in executive :ald he would move that th inder r Mr. Pe ule 35 go into executive session. ttfijreu- remarked that lit could well utter his remarks In executive 'ion as in the open session, and "if the friends of the Hawaiian treaty are tender about the matter" he was illins to KO into executive session. Mr. Halo's motion prevailed and at p. m. the senate went into execu- nt ere, the public terday. Cumuli, IJursmaH arrivrd" this drcisiun husiily, taklns uavantuff "f a uj.p [unify which itself and his r ifjnaliun his sujHrrinr ntiK- as much as it did his suU.rdinaies force. At roll cull nik'. when the iMttnilnn-ii uuihrred the station on leaving thrir beats. O: i BorKoutn luhlivsrted them, iiifor ihe-m or hiriri-llivriient fnun Ilu-c: icy. al snmi- tinn.- thankinti tin the cordial rt-lathms that had exisu-d Wtwt-.-n them, a-ut adv lityulty and in disfiiarsi- lUbilc business thut lu- Had experiei -d. The annttunccnit-iU receiv .vilh rexn-i by the who ha .varm fet-linsP for Mr. towards them has ahvays I >f the kindest. At S o'clock Captain nally notined the mayor, who was ready aware the ocrurreiioe, and mbers of board of safety v. iiily called together. Captain Bori, n then wrote out his resignation an vas accepted with expressions of t. Immediately the work of choosin a successor was proceeded with, an the choice fell upon Sergt-ant Frederic was appointed captaii Kelly Stevens was promoted t and Aliyust BorKmun. of Ihe was a pointed patrolman In Steven's place. Captain Boi-giium became a patrol inn in IS'JO. during the uilminUtratio of .Mayor Zulllnger. In July. h was appointed sergeutit. under Capta Frank and on June 1. 1S94 (luriny thy OakK-y administration. 3 elevated to the captaincy. He'l de a fine record as a commanding of :r. and has always maintained th best discipline, and has contributes jreatly to the success of the depart ment. Superintendent Uorsline. tht nayor and the members of the board >f safety speak in plowing- terms o .nduc iper men friend in Cuptai -ies with him the in tire press pfflci thes Captain Eurymun's admirable md praise efliciency annest approval. The newsp always found a w Borgman. and he heartiest wishes of t heart of the city Ttn. destroyed by >f the leading uuiid ned sonic in ihe L.._ ____, branch rooms. tors, lawyers r.nd contructors V and I otlic versitv T church in tht dred guests. Kiven afterw, The bi-ide presenc A hrilliitn ds at th of everal hun- reception was bride's hom of thi attended by Miss Belle numnson. MISS Mattie Kipple and Miss Ruth Catdwetl. The groom's best man was Dr. A. C. McDonald. Mr. Charles Beshore and Mr. Robert Hutton of .Marion. Mr. William J.onn. of 'LO- pransport. and Mr. Elmer Funk acted is ushers. Mr. and .Mrs. John Watt md Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Blitz attended the Thf wotXIinh' of one Fort Wayne's >rettiest youiic ladies will occur this nornlng at 9 o'clock. The bride IP Miss Christine K. Xiehoff. (IauShler of Mrs Anna L. Niehoff. of lakeside, and the Kronni tht.- Rev. J. H. Rettitf. a son of the Rev. John FtetliK. of the ill cov- rs. The srnilax th.- Reformed Corn's father will perf f Among the he____ vere the Mclntyre estate, Mac-kay Brothers Morris, dry anxls' 530.000: James Furner. niiUlnery SJoOOO: K. Maycock. fancy goods. "rsinger. tobacco, James Payne Wali paper. Ak-x Tyler station- ery. A. O. Morgan, boous and J1S.OOO; George Velie. and liquors. F. J. fo ttS.000: Criterio jew restaurant. JG.dOO: Dr' Manitoba ooo: odd FL-UOWS. Knights Pythias. and a large number of smaller amittints. The lire have started from a defective Hue in Senati-r White continued his speech in opposition to the Hawaiian annexa- executive session, amid many interruptions and much cross- 'ire. In the main the speech was a :ontiruiation of the argument on con- stitutional lines, which was begun yes- terday. He also took up questions of practical purport in to-day's speech md undertook to show Urni 101- reu- sons of commerce and defence the ac- quisition of rhe islands would be un- wise. .Mr. White in the course of his speed) on Hawaii, said: "The whole scheme for the annexation of Hawaii is based upon sentimentality and Continuing this line of pre- sentation he said that the sugar peo- ple who are netting eight of nine million dollars a year under the reciprocity treaty, are liack of the annexation pro- ject with the hope of making the inv derived fn-m reciprocity per- I. If it were not. he said, for this condition of affairs, the treaty never have been heard of. and K'lice he charged that the patriotism >f senators was being imposed upon o consummate a most disgraceful troposition. Among the senators who nterrupteil White were Hoar Teller Morgan, Chandler. Wolcott and Tilt- tan. The latter made some assertions created a breezy stir for a few minutes. The South Carolina senator referred to the recent Hawaiian revolu- The new captain has been u rneml f the force for over ten years, and I been sergeant since May. 189-1. He p. esses all the qualities that go to make a good oilicer. is faithful, quick to act. and has a thorough knowledge of the .Timmal.iind tough element, and in be- sides, very popular among ail classes. Sergeant Stevens was appointed as a patrolman two years ago, by Mayor sqherer. Previous to that time he was i molcier at the Bass works. He is a steady, reliable, cool headed man. a faithful and efficient officer, and a bet- selection could not have been made, is one of the most popular men on the police force, and nte promotion universal satisfaction. ?er August Borgman has made a good record as a member of the Penn- sylvania force. Captain Borgman ai have purchased the .iwn trucking cutiipi itain assumed th, n Kelker ?s of the id the ex- manage- ment at once. He will give the busii., his entire attention, and the best that can follow him is that it prove as successful as his conduct the police department. the furn ad practically nothing ind was blowing at the the wide street prevented its cr and becoming general. The loss covered by insurance N'o lives lost. rapidly thai ved V high 'l only The H. >n. John F. Smith. Judge nf th, Court of Carroll Co.. Md.. i ised Salvation Oil for rheumatism. Its ?rfeets were prompt ami lasting HAD FUN WITH HANNA. MEMBERS OP THK OltlDIItON CL.UF! SURPRISE THE SENATOR. WASHINGTON. Mark Hanna was called on for a speech it the Gridiron club banquet recently. lit- came to his fett protestinp: "I want know what I done-- he asked. the reply in The senator, i.s new to the Orid- >n hospitality, looked embarrassed intil the uproarious laughter reassured him. Cl! Subscribe for The Journal. Dr. Thoma.s1 CcUr tiirnat. pal CALIFOKNIA LIMITED, SANTA FE BOTJTE. Third season of this magniflcent transcontinental train. Luxuriously equipped with vestibuled Pullman pal- ace car sleepers, also buffet smokinp car and dlnintf car under management of Mr. Fred Harvey. Leaves Chicago p. m.. Wednes- days and Saturdays, reaching Los An- Beles in 71 1-2 hours. Returns from California Tuesdays and Fridays. Another California train with palace and tourist sleepers, departs from Chi- cago p. m. dally. Inquire of F. T. Hendry. G. A. Pass, >ppt., 63 Oriawold at.. Detroit. Mich. 12 SO tf for Journal, tion and what he termed the effort the republican party to establish a go ment In the interest of white pui. in the islands, when the numbered unlv of thirty of the inhabitants, and in this connection referred to reorga ization of the party lines in thy sou after tile war. IN THE HOUSE. WASHINGTON. F. is "f the of the hmise tn-day :r. (r.-p. Pa..) awk.-d unanimous 'llSt'nt for tin- (-onsidcratiMii of a ivsu- UHioil directing the secretary of war to medals to IVnnsylvania snl- who bflmiKcil lo tin- command which passed thn-iiKh the mob at ItiU- tlmtiro April 1S6I, uml who received ihe thanks of congress July isitl Mr. Hull, chairman nf the military af- fairs committee, objected. Several thf-r requests for unanimous lot a similar rate. The army appropriation "ill wus sent conference. JU-ssra. Hull. (rep. (rep. mid Cox, (di-m. ippointe.I The hou.se then nfer went into (.-nmmit resumed considerati of Colmbisi appi-opr .f th if I :lnn hill. The after three days he District nf Columbia appropria unstly in political pa .he measure to-day and llu-ti (nol bill to provide ilof.'nses Tor tlie country. Till democrats, notably M.-rMlai Nt-w York. crlticiH.-d m.-asuiv it rut dowa. appropriations ii-sr works what hi's btvn ..priaicd In h i'n adjourned GIVE THE CHILDREN A DKINK firain-0. It if a drtllciouti. appe- nourlshinsf food drink tf> take he place of coffee. hy all Kroeers md liked by nil who have it rause whf-n prepared it tstsles ik.- the nnest coffee but in free from ill its injurious properties. (Irnlii-O lids digestion and strensrthfns the it-rves. it ts not 11 stimulant hut a health builder, and children, as veil as adults, can drink it with great benefit, s about as much as coffee. 15 and Me. COL. SAMUEL T. GUSHING. The New Commissary General of Subsistence, U. S. A. tile Firm Mi ffrapli Ever In Actt nnd tu tlie I Fire. Col. Samuel T. th missary-gxMieral of subsistence of the artuv, was iippointed to the military academy in 1S55 from Rhode Island, anil, being graduated iui IStiO. went immediately into the during the Xavajo war in New Mexico. He was the first reg-ular oilk-er detailed ford-uty with the Eig-nal corps of thearmy at the outbreak of the rebellion ami by trans- fer from the Second infantry was placed in charge of the camp of signa.1 itistruo ion at Red Hill, District of Colimibia, rhcre he tnught the vohmiteer officers detailed from ihe Army of the Potomac, ding proficient men rapidly to the commands of Grant, Ilallock, liuell, Thomas. Butler, Sherman, lianks. Pope nl the others, they acted as in- s! rue tors, thus fully eijuipping- the en- tire anny with a cap-able signal organi- apt, im March, 1SW, while Maj. Myer was with McClclia-n in the assumed the office of sijjnnl oflieer in WashiiiiTton and directed the ouera- tion soft he corps iheUuited States. Later he was chief signal oflk-er successively to Gens. McClelian, I5urn- sido and Hooker, and at the baMle of Frederii'ki.burg', Va.. he established the firs; lime of inaijiiftic telegraph ever in actual war ami exposed to the lire. After Clianceliorsville lie was or- dered to West Point to initiate a course of sigiKit instruction then-, and about Ihis time he was recomim-niled forap- poinimi-nu at tho affe of as lieutcn- of the signal corps, which had just bt-i'ii authorised by congress. He declined the appoiiLtmcnt as major Brewers of Lager Beer. Special Export and Centlivre Tonic For Family Use. y TELEPHONE NO. 62. "HE THAT WORKS EASILY, WORKS SUCCESSFULLY." CLEAN HOUSE WITH SAPOLIO for Da, MpH'8 PEHHYSOYAi PHILS and take no other Send 51.00 per box, 6 boies for 95.06; USt. MOTORS CEtEJVUCAi. CO- Cleveland- Ohio. PENNYROYSL PILLS. Brick for Powder MItU. Jlricks made of plnster of pans and ork are usoil in the construction >f powder mills. In ease of explosion they offer slight and are broken to atoms. (The N' ry Ot-norul of Subsist- A.) ir. the sig-nal corns to atvept that captain in the siibsihtt-nce di-partmont, Kebniary n. IStia, the former iii-injr lim- t! to ihe term of war itixl liie in the permanent Early in 1S64 he joined tier., Thomas in. Tennes- see, and from that time he occupied the important subsistence posts in. Kentucky and Mississippi. After the sars the Xew ork Tribune. Col. Gushing was st oued in turn at Omaha, Xeb., orgn: zing: the depiirtinent there; at Austi nd San Antonio, Tex., as chief com lissary; at Santa Fe, K. M.; "y.; Atlanta, Ga.; San Francisco an 'aincouver Barracks. AVashingto fter sen-ing' IR the ileld against th Sann9cks he was stationed at I urgh in ISS4 to relieve the Ohio rive ood sufferers, and then he was sent t exas, where he received his promotio major after service of twenty-six an half years as captain, the last four o hich lie was senior captain of th -my. Since 1SS9 he served four Fort Leaven worth, then in Kansa ity for a -month to establish a depo here, and after a yea rat Omaha he rough t to Washing-con in Mav. 1394 hen; he has since lieen the principr aisraut jo the commissary genera e became lieutenant-colonel hi Nc mber, 1S95, and January 2C last yea id the grade of colonel. Among1 Col. fellow- cadet West Point were Fitzhugb Lee, no- nsul general at Havana; Congress an Joseph Wheeler, of Alabama; Gen ag-ler, chief of ordnance, and Gen ion, chief of engineers. The RIeht Time for Wort. TThis story is told of an eccentri preacher. One day, on visiting th church, he found a a work in the chtircli cellar, horror, tne man was whistling- a verj lively air as he worked. The preache' reproved him sharply, reminding hin that such music was out of in aucl an edifice, even if it was in nhe cellar "Heif your said ihe white washer. "I forgot where I was." Anc Mien, to show he was sorry, he startei: to wliisiling "Old ITis hand. of course, kept time to the music, and "Old Hundred" made the whitewash briisji go wonderfully slow. Th preacher watched him "for n few min- utes; then he cried: "Oh. g-o back to your dunce tune, or the job'ivjil-never be Da vs. Great AdvertlMlnif Scheme. A clever advertising suhcim; is suc- cessfully practiced by a Quebec sho dealer. With every pair of .shoe.s sold he gives n pair of ovi-rshot-s, on eacl sole of which is a stamp of Ms business, with the letters reversed as in type. At each step the wearer takes i n't he snow the dealer's advertisement is visible. Tt can, therefor.-, be seen all over town. lave You Tried It? WHAT? WHERE VHO DEATHS AND FUNERALS. KASTKN 11- funrrjit nf Mrs. Kust.-n w ;it 2 (.'i-Uii-k fr-.r.; ih.- Kit.-T WUIiiims .stn-ct. ftin.-iul I.it.- .Mrs. New Carpets, Clean Carpets, Pretty Carpets, No Old Carpets. We shall have the call on Carpets this spring, sure enough. Persons who ivant Carpets of the newest and hand- somest Spring designs will have to buy them of us. We have nothing old or undesirable to offer you at a reduced price. "Job lots of carpets" means old. shelf worn. indesli-abie styles, etc. Our customers to not want them. Tht-y want np.ly the handsomest things that We have them. west FoslerfiirijliiieCo. In the land Silver Ago liye? whisky so gen- erally Indorsed? is there in this broad land that will furnish you a luire Pennsylvania Rye? H. N. Jacobs. No. -l East Columbia St.. Fort Wayne. Ir.d.. took tht tipency for it It'Is the best in the world. us for It. or anything else I. N. JACOBS, E. Columbia.St-, FORT WAYNE, IND. BOGXJS PASSES. iOKKT ItROKEKS SWINDLE CIN- CINNATI KAILROADS BY 01.NV1NAT1. O.. Feb. rail- ys hen- to-day discovered that been nut of thousands ilnllurs LHIRUS nrd.-rs of tho mayor i.asses. These orders are and bnund in fiailn with Ihe nit- of tho mayor nr.d his secretarj- rintt-d on them. Instead of signing so orders the city seal or stamp hail used, luit through carelessness, orders were finally given out h.iut stamping. Recently many- Is put into tho hands of the scalpers 1 been sold for months ticket tors. The uiscctveries to-day date as far as last October, and it is they (-xtoml hark a, year or railway traced over Jl.OOO rth cf thorn to-day on its line, and .T lines are procM-ding with the in- tisaiion. Mayor Tnfel has all city ft-tivt-M working the cnsc, but tht- urnoya say there is nn redroKs. and way of punishins the sellers of those. were forped. The clupli- t- Manks were shrewdly manipulated The diseases cured by Hood's Sarsa- a arc many, because most ail- onts disappear as soon as the blood is rlohed and purified by It Lowest rates and quickest lime to an Francisco via Wabash R. R.   

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