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   Fort Wayne Journal (Newspaper) - July 1, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               FORT WAYNE MORNING JOURNAL FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1898. I'ltU-KS 1IAUPKNKI' SIloCTrt Kl'T Tit STICK. riKSSATHtSAli ST'UMKS Al'Tl-Mt MAKINii ALL KXI'KKTri KUll'Iti: TIIKKK WILL STILL UK A, CUKAT AT i-inu'-cnuN I Wlitlf. I'll'. NH. I. I. U.. i-. SI l-i-i: ii It. ili.. iiim THE CLOSING IN OTHER CITIES. w.-lt- lh- i-liihlnx In niiiiT Wh.Ml-NVw Y.itk-Jiily. 7''V: S.-iH.-ni- l.i-r. SI. l-.uL- -Inly. Ktill rd ill day's clnsiiiK iibi.ut th.- p'.lnl U s u luiiK inl'-rval uf Khiiiis. that i-v.-r-pii CLEM TIE BECKS. nil-: SKNATI: mrrs rrs MI i KS I-: AIM'Ui'l'KIA- HII.I.S. BILLS POSTPONED. HEADACHE Iotli lur U'll'nmuil CASCAKKTS awl Uicy the In- it llcliie wehtttiieVrrlJiul hi the huuae. Lint k my wlte mm trains MILL fur wtnluja. ttltt.! muuiKut yourCASCAUtrrS. ud Uiev rellevud itit! [mlu lu tier lictid almost 1'UlttburK Sate J. UeiNtr.it Cu-. 1'ft. lIlll.T. ll.-lfi.il hll llt i-1'isftl In ilu-lr jiiihit. v ink' iiisiilii country in jmrls. iliiinoxilf ii' uninll. wry Hinull. lin lu aim in tin- shnrus. Tin- slarl  luly wlii-al TOLEDO PRICES. i Oliln. Ji Wli.-at-Ma M.irkft ii ill ;.i liM.ly NEW YOHK PRODUCE. 'IINIUtlf' LIVE STOCK. In- now tthi-.it hitl.-r half .if July tn 1111 -sii'-h Siik-K with :iinl br n.ntinu.-il, "tin- crowd is in.w so disappointed. IUMV win-in in Jiiiit- lliiil ihi-y In wheat fur thiii iviiHuii." day' dines In Sfi-li'iiiU-r di-IUvi -i.-s w-r corn rv, .nils p.ii-k und ribs und lurd fiC. WlitNil limkfil :it as if It iviia cunvail-noinn from hull f.-v.-r thiit in pit tilt- lalti-r ut the Ht'SSiuil yi'Sti-rd-iy. hut llmsc win IhllH diagnosed the openiiif; wiiUitlnn wen- unskilled in tin? of llial variable initially. In litli'i-n mlnuu-s th. fever hud -irtitin rearh.-d tin- slaKi- 1 had uU-ilni-d .luy h.-fi.i.-. mill ii Jinother hour the patient was lr. :i du- lirlous frenzy, during its ravings In which suite nothiiiK lie heard from it hut shunts tor whval :ind of ruined crops. c.lus- Iiiff price uf which yt'sterd.iy was started lit from down tu CS'.ir, bin it very quickly hi-san ;in upward mov..-- inei'.L Unit reaehfd ua-at fore 11 it'chick both in the viduim.- of tli transactions and the of ad- Shorts who had hem con- gratulating; Uifinselvi'S ill the rvaetiim In prices ;it the start first became un- eiisy when tho prk'u of Sept umber reached CUc and commenced to tlioruuslily alarmed when it sot above .climbing from C'JTic. The crop reports vmanatlnp from ANI> FISCAL HI 1.1.S LAWS AT I'KT- TIIK SKNATK TIIK I-AUTV is HV TIIK TIIK I'AV IX WASll- WASIIINMITON, thi .iv.- d.-elts I'm- what may hi- Hual ;i.-li..n ip.m UK- HawaUiin aiiin-Mitloii ntH.di HIIIIN. Tlii-uiif-li ni-ll.ui tii-iluy Hi IIIKI .'f tli" hills ill r.ilifi'l-.-llri: UilH .'I' and hiivitiK i-haiK.- ul III.- in-iilitl i.-v.-...... l-ill I.. a.-tl.iii 11 until tin- li.-xl .v.-ssimi. dfrhditti was n-ai-lii-.l at a iiit-ftlliK "f Uif Kiih-vitiiiliilllif h.-l.l i-al.-d III-UHII th- l.Ii: hul .1 luaj.iriiy h.-bl that It wmiM b. wiM-r In P'.sl........ tin- Imif! LiiiKli t.. fun-lull an l -ivll hill, and (-.HI K-K-III-.- Ih.- Indian appn.pl iii Hun hill. Mr. in tli hillH. .-xiilain.-d il was iK-.-.-ssary that ii-piirth sli'.ul.l In- iisnvd to lo-day Mils waw Mi.- lasl .lay nf th.: Iliti-iil y.-ar. poiiit.-d mil that If bills n.il hy midnight llu-y would liavs limn siu-h aclioii would si.-1'iously '-in- the ami nilfilit n-iilain In hi-risinn ,si-V- to Tin- Journal.) KAST N. Y.. :w.- hi-avy. s. r. mm: DECREE OF M. A. FOH. SECRE- TARY DAY. ANN AlUMUl. MH-li-, id "I M.IM. r Ails .-iiiifi-i-n-.l U! .....i. wTi-Uiry Hi.- iMI.-lkiKi.il '..'..MV'M' .-i.T.'li-.'S. Tl ..1 lli.-.l.iy H...... "Til.- I Hit tli-llM-nil by I'm i. Uotxl, NeiiT.iii-ki-ii. Wi-nki-n. i.r llk% CURE CONSTIPATION. WANTS WANTED WANTED s "M." Ji.uniii.1 r-ral tht- tin out tla- fiv.' ho 1.111. .Mi'. 1'i-tlinr. III.- The Aurtiitl.' Obi.i. J with ln-inndoiiiinaii-d hy Hi nun.-y imwi-r" and with I In; ,s.-imtors by Hie L-orriljit uf niit-y. BUCKLEN'S AllNICA SALVE. THE 1H3ST SAI.VI-: III the worlil f Cuts, lirulsi-s, Sores. Ulcers. Salt ICIiuimi. 1'ever Surra. Teller. Clialilie llan.la. Clllliilnllls. Corns, anil till Blil mid linHitlVL'ly cures I'lles or mi pay reiiulrej. It la guaranteed to Klve perfect satisfaction or inom-y refundcil. Pi-Ire UEi cents per box. Fui Sale by Dreler t llro. WANTED OJi TKAVKLIN rial. tifiniain-iit Ell llarry. SiirSKrytncii, N. Y. 4-SC-e o d 3-m WANTED i the C.m 5% MONEY! We are prepared to loan money on ty buidnea.1 und realdtnce jiruperty ftt 6. Gfc and 1 per cent. Intereat. Fanii luatiij made at C and 7 per n all loans we icrnnt (MUT- paymentii before maturity wve the money OD hand tu clone t T" J. F. SCHELL LOAN AND INVESTMENT CO. OFFICES 24 to 29 Pixlcy-Long Block (Srd Floor.) THONB   unused pur- holiday Friday last. of tlift iatfyn'of tiw "re-wrl on the MiUnfr rf lie prayed that "111.: HU.K uildu'i- wliirh wo live, that for whk-li our fatht-i-S InilKht. In- fol'eVer tin; WLc-ivd uf titilll time stmti In; no Tin- Hawaiian ainit-xation resolutions were taken up and Mr. spiike in opi'osiliuii lo them. U was an imimalimi. lie said, upon ull preL-edi.-iit. that a-resolution from the huuse Hhonld be sent to tlie semUe while a treaty upon the same subject was still pending. Jit- deoliired that the tretuy could not secure the nuPCspary two thirds vote in the senate and that tin iHililioul machinery had been set ii mution in older that the sentiment o P. On NIL 13.102. In the AlU-ll Circuit Court of Indiana. Iiy virtue t-f an I'Si'CtlUmi. tn mo direct ,H! "and d.-liv.-f.-d I'.v th.- flt-rk of roiirl. In the abnvo t-ntitli-il t-aiiae. I 1: upon ami px-i-we for iiuhilu iuicllim. ul Hie hnuse d mi- i.....nty the liours of I an RENT COTTAGi; ut 41J KuAt street. Apiil ut 1- A. 101 Calhoun street. ml the ndviinccif tirm. p. "in.. ..f tins H'i Uay of Jul> i-xi-.-.-litv years. ibe follnwin di-Hcribi-d viz: anil wept :i( f.-.-t of Lot Number two K HHJW and ilaan.i's addUloit to the city Furl And on failure tn realize therefrom tl full amount of tho judgment. Ui.-i'oon nnd rosls, I will ni tin- same niifl in tho uiunn-r afnivsaid. offer fo vale tlio fee slmi'l" "1" the above .k-scrlbc invniisw. Taken as the property of tl defendant lo satisfy said oxvcntitin. Sheriff Allen Coun T: v. TiAurus. Atltirney for Plaintiff. .Tune 21 July THE MONET KASKET. X13W YORK. 31.-Monoy on call nominally at UifflVJ! cent. Prime mer- L-ainlle paper. J-ji 1 per cent. Sterling ex- L-haiigf stciuly. with actual Inn biilF lit foi I'pilil.Sm for days. I'ostftd aiid Commer- I Silver rortltioatos. silver, -Mexican dollars. GOVEBNMENO? BONDS. YORK, June SO. Government bonds, sirons. X" S 4's (new) registered U. S. -I's rcKiFtcrcd li. S. coupon still plus from it wti the markets here and abroad in was Private paid advance is owing to Anieii- C.-LII adviees. rise there aniouiitod S. S's coiiiinn...................... JMr. Hates declared that the vole that wouhl he cast for the joint resolutions would bt: the Knell of rypublieunisin, but it would be east. War times cause the majority to adopt the reso- lutions. The fevt-r was IIL the brains  ew lork. FprvnUt tionsiind in Nickel 1'lato DinitiijCarsaturiHH1 tuno meat tiotini. :t-rs shall be rc-iuir'-d if ullis a -lamj. tu Mils .-f l.idin-.: -nt I of '-'pi. Ui-jir bills ..-f lading. I bay. LOW FARE TO WASHINGTON. D. C. .Tuly "-3. 4Ui. "if.i nn-1 fith rt via line? nc "iU Ih': Nfttlrjnnl TMti-alionnl low r.-stc will THE KEVENUES 03: THE GOV- j ERNMENT. TVASIIIKGTOX. of (he p.v-rii C'-ipts 'ItirintT th" low- rate hv j js 'ikcly ty rop'Tt'-1 "THTTURFT rrSr f DR. E. C. WEST'S NERVE AND BRAIN TREATMENT THE ORlGlHaU ALL OTHERS IMITATIONS, IseoIdandorpoFitiTo "Written only, cur" >s otik filcinpry. olntwn, IFitP, UjBtcrib. QiticK- Evil of ____ nl r whinh to Misery. OnsuniptioD. neomty nnd Dwilh. At-Ptoro or by a i; eis for S3; vith -written conmntco to ire or rcfand money- "Sample pacK- fivodays trpntmunt, with fali Ono roinplooiilr eola to in. At store or bj mail' Label Special Extra Strength. ft-.jfluP Manhood, BtcrtlitT or ..JhSt -i h.i: 6LX for witli Rfjwrlttcn Kawant Atlltl LAKE M3CHKJAM SOUTHERN. (Tort tHrlslori.) From North. Going ArrlTc. 11-W a m.. Cincinnati Expresn.. ..Dvtrott p M p n p m......Way Freight ft AJ1 Tralna Dolly Excoot SundaT. GROSS 34 Calhoun St, Fort Wayne. JnJ. KKDLAT, TORT WAYHE WESTERN RAHWAy. Time Table for Fort June 13lh. EAST BOUND. Flnillay a m. tAt FlniJKiy a tn. Ithmpni tAt Columbus via T. O. C. AT.. p W IHIxcd Train. Leaves fDallr. Except Sunday. WEST BOU-m Toledo. O.. via C. H. D. Railway M Arrives Fort Wayne 10-33 m Flndiay. M Arrives Fort Wayne IB t Leaves Fiii'itay. p m Arrives I'ort p m Train Leaves Arrives Fort Wayne.. p tn r. Except Uicyclc SI Clinton Street. BB5I81T8I1FME8. J.C. HELLER and Co. n JCTWI JUOM RMnn.   

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