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Fort Wayne Journal (Newspaper) - October 19, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana FORT WAYNE WOtiM' JQUJWAU WEDHESDAY, OCTOBER 19, DYSPEPSIA PttOSl 15AUL.Y litil.at: ON UATHElt IfltBK SELLISO. d moil Unit. Murvit I CSSCAJtCTS nuci ifarbi until I HUI mi fes 1 wark. CIJ1SEO STItONU ON 11AD NEW3- QKOl' IN ARGENTINA. SAJ1> TO Bli DAMAOEP BY PKOSTS UlIgltAI. SALOSS Q? CASH COItN. I CHICAGO, Oct. curried orf the honors lu all of the Kralu and CUBI vision Their ni.ixmenls were too timid to stand (he neceaaary men tal alraln over "juhllee day" In fuoe of the heavy batteries which the bulls trained upon them. The last tMiiR In j this line that was unllmhered for nation wus the report of aerloua damage of the wheat crop In Argentina, hy froaL It put the bears hi full retreat and In- duced ueneral covering of the LOAN AND INVESTMENT CO. UIM previously made. Com scored as L.unn nil" relative sain as wheat on reports of 500.000 Ituahels wash corn sold here. The market waa the broadest that has _____d. Provisions were not aa grains, but rallied with them despite lartfe receipts of lioaa. There w i An advance ot IglXd in wheat at LOIOS MldC it 6 per Cent. Liverpool over night, the reported con- centration of a large hody of Iluaalan TIMS DEI HIT. CAtt COtjUUKD WITH 'i'Hl? to Jouriud.) s. Y., cars: nwrket mwllutiia, (IDS; heavy market liriiie unchanged. (Slkeclal to the Journal.) UNION 'STOCK YAUOS. CI-KVELAND cars: mar Itet easy for light lingu at fs.75; al 13.35: market ulustn iiubt. The J. F. SCHELL Lous Money on City Real Es- tile it S, 6 per cent THE MOHKY KAXEET. NI3W YORK, Money on Bt daily, per teiit. with actual I troops acceaalble the New York there were i Peking reports am tha loads whea 1% (or 1X1 dayu. Commercial U. 9. 3' TJ. 3. ne U. 3. 4' Sterling exchaiiK r demand, and at 4SH I'nuted rates, 482" Its, Stiver i liar allver. ttl. fcl QOVTKMMZMT BOKDt. f YORK. Oct. 3'a registered Money on hind to close lorn .._._ _ At MICA OFFICES 24 tO 29 eiwuged for export stirred up the open V" X ft.- .__ ins market for wheat and made i Pirlcy-Lonj Mock, Office open und Uvely affalr u. Th evenlflfS from tO stormy weather in the northwest jL though it had not apparently cut dow rHOOC 480. the wheat movement as yet. was a Influence. H soon developed and Influential local people I were selling through brokers and com- mission iirms. there was a denial or the export business at the seaboard and there were reports also that the export- ing firms were undeniably taking nrot- WAKTEIKAT" ONCE, AN EXPERT its on long wheat. .The actual export stenoipiipher; No one need apply un- not up less they have had three to nve- years r thft usual nlgh wtal and tne primary experience. Addreaa "S, I receipt8 indicated that a biff .export business" could be supplied and U. 8. 4' a coupon U. 3. 2-a U. S. B's rejdatered U. S. 5'a coupon THK U NNUAL. UISMUBUTION TO TAKB TO- >AY LATE 1'ltOara ALLOW FUR I'AliKS 'TO KKMAIS Ol'KN A MONTH LONGBK T1IAS USUAL. WANTS OW WALL STUBET. NEW YORK. Oct. J8.-The of ulflckB drifted aluuifiahly. and to all flp- Iiearuncfcs aimlessly all the seaslon. The almost stagnant condition of the market Tobacco was r l down at the opening on the explicit announcements that the much talked of plug tobacco iblnatlon TO CALL AT LIB-1 leave a surplus here besides. Though bins Co., when you want your watch, the bulls re-enforced their early batter- clock or jewelry work jgs Dy reported flour sales of bar- (for- reis in the northwest and told of the snow storm in jtorth Dakota, the trade was inclined to wait until noon to see what the Bradstreet figures-should de- ve'lop. Meanwhile the early sales caused ig down of the price. December 'Joe Deux, Jeweler, merly with Horace FOR SAIL heat opened at off to and off to 65c. May 9old from cheap it Uowh to The Bradstreet re- EL' BHtTKAN. 28 Clinton port indicating an increase since two weeks ago of bushels in the world's visible supply was about 40 per cent, of- the increase expected and FOR RENT. hud once more fallen through. Practi- cally nil ot the railroad list held generally firm during" the early part of the day and subsequently entied off. All rcji that it is difficult to secure qii the demand ror freight movement, both east und west bound. The speculative public apparently views theae develop- ments wlih apathy. The same apathy ttxisted to-dny. In all securlUcs In the markets of the world, the pause In Lon- don being attributed to waiting for more settled political conditions and the com- pletion of liquidation in Berlin growing out oC the money stringency there. The process of accumulating exchange here Is going on from day to day and the banks continue to gain cash from the sub-treas- ury. The'final allotment of the govern- ment office at Washington makes it prob- able that government deposits in na- tional banks will soon approach the mark, after which-the running de- ficlt In the revenues Is expected to steadily diminish.their account. Bonds were dull but held firmly to-day. Total sales were U.-S.-'old fa registered advanced do MM city parka are being shorn of their iral Ki'ury, in anoUwr week wll dfctttttuta their summer attire avtt the fciliage that the early eaerve for later klaaeal For two days purk forces have been budy taklnt, the (iliuits, and thfe tlywer bedd tare, the pretty tufta of var North Side park. To-day th initial uUti-ibuthm of tlowerd an lanta will take place. The more val itble plttiita have been removed to th houiie, as well as others for whlc here la apace. All rest wll be away freely. There will be a man a each i.f the parka, to give the tlnwera those who desire them. Application dhtiuld be made to theae utUiidant He annual distributions have don ___ill to beautify the homes of the clt Lovers of nowera tire enabled to aecu line hulbd-and plants without expenii which, when rarefully tended durln the winter, are nt to adurn the pre Heat lawn in. the apring. -Hundreds homes have been made attractive Die sprouts and bulbs given uwuy the city authorities. Park Superlnte dent Goera said yesterday alterno that the pork season had lasted tl year juat one month longer than laa year. In 1837, there were some hea Frosts during the early fall, and by i 25th of September all the plants li been taken out and most of the pa force discharged. This year" tbe t force wus kept at work until yesterday, and most of the men will be engaged for a few days yet. There have been no damaging frosts, in fact, scarcely any frost at all. Mr. Goers says that the An Main utrecl cur ran into a titivery wapiti Irum the Civaleat ery near the corner uf King and VaahluBtun dtreeta, Uniulby The flvcr of the delivery ury but the wagon wai badly wreck? lhe car wua iiartluulurly cil, and the conductor, John Ma- ory. wtia not Injured. One o( the liitchert lo the waKini waa BU tadly hurt that it U thought the ant, at will have tu be killed. OTHlSK ACCiDEM'l'S. Uerlrude 'rhifclri, the little daughter of r. and Mrd. Kieil ThieSc. of 01 College reel, Ml and uujitaiued a fracture ut e rltht tmii. fe Keitnel.of Abplt townahlp, was the city yesterday to have an 'in- red arm dressed. 1U had the urm ut on a croMs-uutaaw, while lodging. he metnbtii- waa badly lacet-ated, eun depart tlon. Kort Wayne. Ind. EAST MOUND- "WEST BOUND. tuu 1 pm am 1 f row 430 pin 1 nm-T-fruia Cld. When you are nervous and alenpl ake IfiHid'a Saraapartlla. It makeai the alroiiL' and givca refreshing The Nickel Plate roud has authorized low excursion rate to Omaha on Oc- ober 25th. account the exposition. This will be the lawt date which such rates are In effect. Agentti of the Nickel f road are in position to furnish omplete information. 231 AMD MDLAJf A RAILKOAO. Time Tftbla for Fort Way lie, lllO., "Affect" Oomber 17th. IBM. NORTH BOUND. ir Grand anil North.... tira Qrmnd Rapidi and iir ItuplilM uitil North... tFrom Richmond...........t....... SOUTH BOUND. Richmond and Cincinnati..., un ttii'limuiid Cliieiiuutl.... ptt rtlcbmond and Clnclimu.ll.... cm (Kiom Grand llaplda. Sunday. tM IMO The Only Real Fort Wayne STREET CARNIVAL MARCH Now on Sale at portage lant.' in some of the parks were just irs to meet lightly turned In color, owing to the SOB SENT OB -SAIE-HOTEL BT. spectively. Avllla. Will sell on monthly' payments. J: A. Miller, 222 W. Crelghton Ionised a recovery to and BOB EENT-A COTTAGE, Furnished, Inquire of J. A. Shepler, 463 South Harrison St. One of the best locations-Center of the city. Geo. B. Bwwen, UO-Barr street. Closlne prices of grain yesterday and to-day, with to-day's range: Articles Open. Bigb. Low. Octl? Oct.18 'Wheat- Dec J Maj- Oct. THE TOLEDO. O., Oct 1S.-OI1 quotations to day 'were as follows: FOB BENT aTORE ROOM. 'AT NO. H Harrison BtreeU, Inquire of L. M. Oct_ Nlnde ft Bon., 42 "West 2-tf MISCELUNEOUS. Dec -30T4 .23% 3.00 7.90. AMERICAN INVESTMENT CO... AD- 9.20 vancca money to salaried people on their Lard- own names without security or endorse- Oct. mcbt. Loans negotiated on good secur- Itles. Koom TrI-State Building, over KUnkenberg's Drug Store., 1.90 E.OO. Short Oct. 5.30 -.31 ,31% .33% 7.55 4'.M) '-4.M 5.W.. 6.37% Tlona oil Pennsylvania oil Earnesvllle oil Corning oil i New Castle oil North Lima oil South Lima oil Indiana oil I..1 Tible Juna Uth. From Port GOING EABT. No. S Put Eutern dally, f 01 ft No. 30 Toledo Accommodation dally No. 6 Naw England No. AtlKntlo Expreai, ex. GOING WEST. No. a flL Day Exprew, tx. No. 7 KaiiBAi City Cannon Ball m No. 1 Government Fflat Mall, dally P m No. 3 Si. Louis Limited, daily pm No. U Peru Accom. Sunday only P m Telephone, Bell-Home No. 0. rat touches of frost, but In only a few f the beds was this perceptible. CITY HALL NEWS. Thft board of water works trustees ll receive bids to-day for an engine or the new pumping station. The con- ract will not be awarded Immediately. Mr. C. I. Williams, president of the Alcatraz Construction company, was in he city yesterday, loolting after the closing business connected .with his con- 9 98 Calhoun Street. (D. H. Baldwin Co.. Old Bland.) 7.00 S.OO PLUMBING AND GAS FltTING. STEAM HOT WATER HEATING. Artistic Wood Mantels Fire Place Pec 4.75 4.72% 4.80 ________ Cash wheat pat- .ts, In wood; straights. .10 in sacks: special brands, hard spring patents. S.IO; bakers'. 3---------- 2, to go to store, 48; No. 3, Ko. 4. I lots. S; malting grades. 36 No. I northwestern. 26: timothy. per 103 Ibs; clover, per lb. sales reported. valuca were: Choice tim- othy. per ton; No. X No. 2. L151 ....LOB! .98 .....W .77 .72 .72 THE rbBT JCABKET. FLOIJR AND FEED. "Winter wheat flour, per bbl; spring wheat flour, .per bbl; bran, ft2.00.per JU.OO per ton; middlings, per ton; oil meal, per cwt; corn meal, per cwt; bolted. per cwt; cracked corn, H.W per cwt; PRODUCE MARKET. "Wheat, 63c; corn, olfl, per bu 21c per bu; oats; old, 20c, new, 1 @20c per.bu; ryt, 45c per bu; barley, per bu; clover se'efl, per bu; tlm othy seed, per bu; chickens, old per lb; spring chickens, per lb ducks; Sc.'per lb: turkeys, per lb dressed pork, per cwt; country but I ter, per lb; creamery. per lb WHOSE FAULT IS IT. LOCAL INTEREST .3.1ANY HEADERS FORT WAYNE. If j "when 'a foe-horn warns the. mariner to-th'epr.off the 'he still i hugs the shore and wrecks upon it, .whose fault is, U thVrefi switch light 'is up ana the engine' driver dftllberately pulls ahead and pitches Into another train, blame the driver, [f a careless workman, will. ..in of warning, try to flnd out how Finer and Faster Than Ever. B-445-H All trains mm at and dopurtfromVuiB Street Union Statics, Chicago. UiilfarmBil CoUred attend .flirt and claai day coacbcs on through uuoi, banrinit cats earogta. Pmjgyr TrriM litSj. per dozen; per cwt '3G.5CK7: prattle, cbolce, poor i Rood. wax; ISljMQc per lb; honey, pe lb: tallow, per cwt: cabbage, 25c per dozen; geese feathers, per lb dried 5c per lb; washed, 23i 25c per lb: unwashed, per lb: onion per bu; apples, per bu; po- tatoes, per bu. trVB STOCK AND HIDES. Pork on foot, 53.33 per cwt; green hifle S% per lb; cured; calf hides, T1LH FLOORS (THE CLOSING IN OTHER AND "WAINSCOATINGS Wiring and Supplies, Gas and Electric .46 AND 48 EAST MAIN ST. THE OLD pnVL 1 S. W. corner Calhoun and Beny etephen D. Bond, President. Jared D. Bond, Cashier. Oliver P. Morgan, Vice President. James C. Woodwortn, AMistant Casbler. -were the closing prices other Mar. St-Louis-Cash. CS: December. 63ft: May, EJtf May. i: ber. K: May. Glii. De- IQc per lb; cured, He per Ib. HAT atARKET. Timothy hay, per ton: clov hay, per ton; straw, J4.00 p ton. s 3394- Jrttwaukee-Cash. 66: December. Tork. December, 37V-: May St. Louis-October. cash, December. May. 32. TOLEDO FBICES. TOLEDO. O.. Oct. October and December -wheat. %c and May higher at the close ot the' produce ex- change on yesterday. Trade ,falr and prices closed firm. rkman lias blame the -workman, not .The California Limited, Santa Fe Route, solid between Chi- cago and LOB Angeles. .Time, 2% days., dining -car.- buffet- emokinjj cax with barber-shop; observation car with ladies' parlor. Electric lighted. Three times a week, beginning- November 2. Address P. T. Hehdry. Gen. Act., 63 Griawold stre mtionug num "EipwM, 1 LAKE EarE WE8TEBH TI3C1 relessly neglects to use It. blame the not' take DOJ JIs when they are endorsed by.scores of Uzehs, blnme the people, not the en- Here Is a sample of the endorsa- Mrs: J. R. Brocicermaii, of No. 9 Liberty _ reet. says: "My husband and I both qpen. Beat good cheap-hotel ahd.reB- tiha Do'an's Kidney Pills.-which- we_ffot [n the city. Regular.meata and STAR HOTEL; 11-EuBt ?Iaiu St. New owner, new inaflasemenL Now Chance of Time, Sunday, Qct-Snl. 1M. SOUTH. No. 41 (except Sunday) No. 43 No. 171, Local Freight ArrtTW No. i No. tz (except ..lOaSp NO. 170, Local Prtieht recommeDO. Retire T took them my ilneys were In verj" bad shape. My bade ched continually and was so lame and eak I coultl not stoop over and get up galn- I lay down my husband al- ays had to help nie up. 'I- had dizzy pells, ah6 everything that I would nearly lose ray balance- Doaa's 'Pills had a most beneficial eff( n me. and these symptoms have now bout left me. and T am enjoy In s 'better i if UTRACKEN, edlth than I. have before In months. Jfy J- VnAUrVCH, Mmawt, usband also 'took some ot the two boxes BBAIi we had.'and he was Breatly' benefited by Business Cards LAKE SHOBE Airb KICHIOAll Doan's KJflney 'Pill rs. Price 50. Cen Miiburn Co.. Buffali ror tho United Stat AND LOAN AGENT. Rooms 26 and 28 Bank Block, Tort tTayne, Ind. Fire. Accident, Life and UaWMy, 82 Calhoun'street HAMILTON NATIONAL BANK. Capital Surplus Four per cent per annum will be paid on certiorates of deposit U ten ftmr fmf RaQAlfl T FiII< h ikmch Ttjloo o UWtlVAtLEO SCENERY twJiOint hWwtc nllfjiLrafli TlTfTi RBtl }.lKU Tkb I BLACK DIAMOND EXPRESS N" tnln In wrli thrmvb dij oury dining MEALS la CARTE. wa JWf (Alr M. 9. Xw. A J. C. PELTILR, UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER. 17 'WXCT TATN1 CI.
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