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   Fort Wayne News, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               'hereby a number of now playew will te secured at a very early data, and this new material will lie the means of giv- ng Youngetown what it richly deserves winning team. m WIN AT LAST. It Takes Sloven InningB to Knock Outa Victory General Ban Bill Goialp. New (iirfllc lias :t .-trom? (fain this soa- wm. and ull llii! willi Fort jtruinisc to hn exciting events. Yester- day's was possibly HIP most thrill- ing content over Keen   II I Campbell, c......-I I I 4 2 Iliekey, c.f 5 0 1 4 0 Fitch'. M........ f. 1 I -1 4 I Albmay, p -I I) 1 1 '.i .ihm. Sacrifice (Snese. Stolen Harclay. First on :t; off Guesc, :j. Struck ly Alloway, by Ouese, ;l. Double play to Fitch to Kibm. Varner. XTKHSTATE I.HACil'K STANDING. Clubs. I'.Ct. il 8 1 .SStl lavlon U I' 3 -I'l'l i oiedo ............II 7 -I JKlli Jrniiil Ilapids......12 !i 7 .117 isiictd 8 r. .......HI -1 s 10 NATIONAL UiAfiUE CiAMKS. IMTCIIF.RS. It U.K. Ion ..........Doheny...... 7 '.I New Vnrk.Sullivan-Willis...... II Itrooklyn .Dnnn-Millcr......Ill 17 :l asliiiijrton .......Amole...... !l IS liaiu all other fume' in the National WKSTKUX 1.KAI1UK. .Minneapolis. 7; Kansas City. li. ,St. J'niil, Hi; Omaha, 1. Detroit, 11; Milwaukee, 7. NKW C A. -2 II XI ASTL .H.H. o (XKourke, 2b .I t) D Ca.im'1, Ib -1 (I a rf r, (i 1 Kiekert, If :t 0 1 Ashenhaeh, cf -1 II U Smith, :ili t 0 1 liarelay, c I 1 p :i "I Totals M i 1; 10 L Inning I 2 !l 4 5 (I 7 8 9101 L Kt Wrtynn .11 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 J- 2 New Onstlft 1) 0 0 1 0 0 01) 0 Two-haho Fitfh. hit-- Engtlili nimofld BrMd. PENNYROYAL PILLS .-n-g-y tad flaly ficnuli it far (.HfJn-i.tr. Kaolitk iritn.l in lied anrt d.Jd mrUl Be Will Present HiB Bow Play at tbe Nixt Tueadiy Rotll. Chauucey (tlcoft has made the hit of lift life in his new pluy, "Sweet Innia- whii-h is announced for production it. the Temple next Tuesday evening, lie u credited by the pro.-w throughout the iiintry with being the cleverest Iriisli unpdian on the singe today, iiis line. TIIK niAHLhV HORSE. The Sporting News is in receipt nany from bull players an (o th lional slandinjr of Dr. S. H. Mone ind his ability to enre Charley liursc an Tbe tenor of the.-ie coinnitin ealions is tliut tfiey have tried everything little or no success ami nlxmt to furtlicr expense unless u? iineil hy someone in whom they have that Dr. Moncll can do what lie claims lie ran. The Sporting NCWH eai Us rentiers that Dr. Monell on. of-1 IIP most illustrious teachers of clcelro- thei-Hpentirs in America, the founder of i hdiool in this branch of the art of medi ine, and recent from his pen "Tlie Treatment of Disease by Eloctrn Current" and "Mmiunl of Static Klce trii-ilv.'' at once become standard worku tipon the subject, treated. His high aland- ing an nn expert and an author art: at- tested by Mirh authorities as the Aniorl can X-Kay Electrical Itevic-w Pacilie Medical .lourniil, The Lancet, of London, Canada .Mt-dieal Record and othei jonrnnls of equal reputation in the medi- cal and scientific world- Pucb a man would not offer n boon to ball players unlt-bs he were to fulfill his promises and they need not br backward in eon- him heeiiUHii linimiinU or genera! Itraclifu doctors have failed. Dr. Moilell'; work in this line absolutely original Dr. Ilebn Itobart, the editor of the Anicr- i .lonnial. who road Dr. M article on "IJiiKe Ball ParaljMs" the News, in it, .said: am that the treatment is not cxiHTtmi'iit, but n deiuonslraled Dr. llnni'll is the founder and ehicf itructor of the I'orit-Craduate School o. Clinical KUrfro-Tlmninpcutics and Hoent pen in Brooklyn, ami oni of our most advanced thiiiKcis and most skillful SI'ORTING NOTKS. Tin; warm weather pitcher to not in hi: element this Khinehart, by Now Castle last season, is playing in Frtvin, 1'a. He is ii left field. Kort Worth and Dallas have tlioppei out of the Texas league. The circuit iwv, consists of hut four clubs. Thn, funs who the {janii; yes terday me indeed base ball cranks. steam-heated grand stand Ahoufd In- en ployed these days. There is evidence that Mickey is stil a colt, hut he is indeed a. very fast colt For u youngster he is us fast us iinist o the Interstate The members of the Fort U'ajne lean arp. lauyhinK illm-sh They can't help it. Kddie, the big fa is >n di-licate, don't you know. One of the features of yester.iayV jram. ;ai Cooke's running stop of a Around hi to left Held. He pirkcd it up clean, afte a hard run, and prevented the base vunne from stretching it into a double. The twirlers must get down to work and pitch more, effectivo hall if the. For Waynes win any ball games. They art all capable of better work and should d Hec. called the nervous acqui silion of tlie Fort. Wayne chili, has hcc.i given his release by O'Mearu, who want! men who won't quiver when their lifi JH in danger, not alone u ball ton Xews. It i-t possible Manager Armor maj sign Ktiby for right field. 3toby i3 tin if not the superior of either Cur rol or lirown in fielding and nt the he is head ami shniilders ahead of eithei of them. Mansfk-ld had livn good out lielders, and of course someone hi'd to go Mansticld Shield. Voungslown Tek-gram: The manage nicnl. of the Inciil base ball fcam of tin Intei-hlafe league has already awnkcllct to n realisation of this fact that a rrcon atructinn of the club essential to iti suocoiiH. during (he neaaon which is yo in its infancy. To that end deals lire 01 OLCOTT IS COMING. CHAUNCEY OLCOTT. well trained tenor voice was never in bet- ter trim than at present, ami his singing of the Iri.sh melodies is as ever one of the. ist delightful feature- of the perform- ance. With -Mr. OtcollV engagement tlic Tem pie its seuson. AMUSKM KNT XOTKS. Frnnci.T u train lasl Tnehday unA wns uniihlc to Or- ange.. N. J., to play "Half a King." It the. first time in seventeen years that hu had ili.sappointpd an undience. Daniel I'Vohman will sail for England on June I, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs James K. Hackett (.Mis" -Mary Miinnor Miss .liiliu Opp (Mrs. It Ixjrainp) her mother, and Alison Skipworth Harry .1. Powers, of Hooley's theatre, nK proposes to sail at tbe same time tmtl enjoy a- bieyclu tnnr tbrniigb England with Mr. I'Yohnuui, who i- an cycle tourist. WONDERRJL WORK. If This Had Happened in San Francisco Instead of Fort Wayne, More Than One Reader Would Dispute It. ,lue to ftiis fad. conpleil with ni-irtssity that mtch rapid strides have been made in and science. Curiosity and in- vestigation are in every btlM Without it failure is the inevHabU lit. Fort Wayne are at-ked t( r-htignte the following. It a ig to do. The party interested u She doi'.-n't live in New York 01 Detroit. ASK Jliw Dora Furney, c.f fi-1 ISurr street, if the following i-t nut liter ally true: That lady says: "I have u both Doans Kidney Fills and Ointment ami I can highly ntomini them both. At the time I gut the first pills ut Jleyer Uros. Co'rf dnig ston J was suffering from backnehc am other kidm-y symptoms, but :w soon as I taUing tliH n-inedy tlie.-w: all ments disappeared and 1 have, not fell them since, though 1 have not taken tin treatment for time. Itoan'n Oint nient I found fur Mipcrior to anything 1 bad ever used. 1 was troubled witl an eruption of the bkln which nothing had ever used seemed to benefit, but 01 applying Doau's Ointment was in i short time completely cured. I am gieat lv indebted to botli of remedies am" feel it my duty to Hlatu what they did fo me so that others will know what reme dies can be depended upon." Dniuis Kidney I'ills niKLJJoan's Oini nil-lit for wile by all dailr-M. Prin-, r> cents, flailed by FoHter-Milhuru Hnf falo, X. V., sole agents for the U. S. .Re member the name. Doaii's. uml lake m -mbstitule. A. ,1. Mason, of tint Pennsylvania left vcsferduy lor Wurlungton where In will undergo an examination for a pnsi tion in the United States navy. Impure, blood makert iU me.-ieiK-i- fel when the days grow warm. It produc lassitude, diiutiiii'Bs, foul breath and a din inclination for work. PRICKLY AS! 1UTTKRS is a fine spring remedy. blood jmrifier and system cleanser bined. The enrrent. bulletin of the demeri marks for the employes of the. Waliasl company eonlliins u new feature. Snmc of tin; men buve I.....n given merit, mark: for good service. This makes Iho lie! meiit Mslein liiiirc bearable to af fected. S. Tarker, Sharon, Win., writes: "I have tried DiAViU'a llav.el Silvn for itching piles and it ulways utops them in two minutes. 1 consider DeWilt's Witeh Hazel Sulvo the. (rrcutcat pile cure on the market." Gross Pollens. RIGHT. Do you wake up nornlng tired and unrefreshed? Do you perform your dally duties languidly Do you miss the snap, vim and energy thnt was once yours? if this describes your condition you are in urgent need of PRICKLY ASH BITTERS THE SYSTEM CLEANSER AND REGULATOR. Tour trouble arises in a clogged nnd torpid condition of the Hrcr and bowels which, if allowed to con tin no wfll develop mnk- rial Tevers, kidney disordors or some oilier troublesome disease. PiticKLY ASH Jlirnciis drives out all poisonous impurities, strengthens tlie vital organs, pruiuoteu innctional activity, good digestion, and vigor and energy of body ami brain. SOLD AT ALL. DRUG STORES. PRICE PER BOTTLE. SPANISH NEWSPAPER. The Dona Do Not the Statistics. Although Spain ;i country of 000 populutinn, there are fewer ncwspa- published in it than are published in the stale of Illinois. I.u Kpoca, pub- lished in Madrid, lavs claim lo a circula- tion of but while Kl Ulobo, tliougli fiinaller in sixe than Kl Liberal or the Ini has a iniu'li hij-ger circnlalion. Xone. of niakcH :i point of securing the latest news or has any regu- lar telegraphic All the papers of tin; country devote, columns lo memories of departed greatness. A FARM FRIEND. Foley'u Coin; Cure is very hot, but hen diluted it is u warm friend indeed to those sulForing from bowel complaints. Tt never fails. 25c and OOe. Uross 1'el- leiu. -------------o------------- The EXialentus giuu fhcir la-l Imp of the tit -Sons of Columbus hall lust which, in usual, was an enjoy- ublc altair. The Cuban qm'stion and pnliticsil HSUM pink into with the man ifFcrs fruin piles. What bo merit ilwires relief. Uitch Palvc re.i IVllcns. .1. Itnl-er. lifter a visit of M-V- ;il wifb relatives, retlinieil to her botne in Ilillsdale, .licli. ARNOLD'S 11KO-MO-CELERV. Try this nin-tvalftl ronicily for llcjuluchen, .Vcnndgia, SlcL'i.lcsMncwj, IU i-is. For tale by Cross Pellens. K. Silver, who been UK- ii'r-t of Mr-i. S. Taylor, lias returned to her home in HE SENNIT FREE A Never Failing Pemedy Thflt Mokes a Man Young Again. True Manliness Quickly Replaces the Worn Out Nerves and Vigor. Wlicn a man's itrength and vigor Is slowly tinjr ncrvmii wc.iliiieris, the mental liodinrs arc ten timea worse than the most vere pain. Thprc is no let uji io (lie menial fft'rlug or nin''t. Kor j'Kira tlie writer roll- ed and towed on tho troublt-d sea of Nervous De- bility, Emissions, Lame Hack and tlic varlom utbcr truublM uf until it was a question lie had not better uike a. dose ol poison and lima end all his troubles, but inapimlinn came to hid aid in the of n combination of meOicincs that coin- ilcttly restored bis Kunerul hi-alth am) calargrd li.s weak, t-itiacifltMl parts to natural 3i7.c and and he now declares that any man, younj? ir old, who will take tlu; tro-ilili) to wuil his .tame anil address have free l-'ull larticiiliirs of thta womkrfnl home treaiment whicli quickly restored me to my full rfu-njitli ntnl of youth. Now, whi-n I fay true, I nn-an al.wlutely witlifHit tost. liiriuiBo I want (-very weakened man to (jet the lienellt my Thi-n- un; nf men Piilii-riiLi; tlie im-n- Inl tortiir-'fl of wejilrt-noil manliiKxl who would be ruri'd ut once could they Imt finrb a remedy as tlio one me. Sum! for it aad loam thnt there art a few tiling oil wrih, althouRh they cout nothing to ure mirth a fortuiiL- to some iiK-n and inean a lifetime of to of TIP. VVritc to niomna Slater, Box ISO, Masonic Tt'inple, Kafamazoo, .Mich., anil tbe in- furmatioti will bi: mailed in a plain, beaied en- Follow tliu line of inaxcli, fur now is tho time to pninh ifnko no niistnkc iibout tins cjualit.y of jwiinf, you buy, for you want something that will wear us well ;IH louk nt-11. The King Tinted Paint Is gun mill ceil to its color sunl briglitncsR a IOUJJIT lium tlian tiny other paint on market. We luive EiiiiniulH, Vfirnislie.-', Villcrn, Floor Wax uml Stains, slies and 1'iiinting of Dreier Bro., DRUGGISTS, COIi. CALHOUK AND COLUMBIA. Lurge Store Koom for Rent, No. West. JIuiii Street. East End Livery and Boarding Stable. Block flnt-cliM tod new, conililing cif Phactuns, CarnngM, linKle or double. We wiU hire at a Terj low price. Hacks (or weddings nnd hmerali. PleaiG will and eiaminr our turnouti and lie that thcr we the licit In the citj. open Day and Night TELEPHONE No. 167. JOS. WEICK CO., HMUIE Bt, Between Jefferson and Wftih- ington J. K. ncCRACKEN, I Tri-SUta Building, Corner Berry Clinton Sts., Second Floor. I Fire, Life and Accident Insurance, REAL ESTATE and LOAKS. AimOUNCEMENTS. CONCUlESSIONAIj. C. Jl. Stcmen is a candidate for nomination to congrces, subject to thi repnHJcnn district convention.________ J.M.E. Riedel, ARCHITECT, Helmuts Block, FORT WAYNE, INDIANA. B-4-BUYINQ A LAWN MOWEI Pfeiffer Schiatter, Call and See Our Line of Pennsylvania, New Quaker, City and Westfield ALSO Garden Hose and Garden Tools. Columbia St. ESTABLISHED j. c. PELTIER; Undertaker ------AND------ Embalmer, FORT WAYNE, INDIANA The PGnneylvanln Station. ennsylvg-nia Trains Run by Coni-raJ AH VOLLOWfl: iiily. t lluilfi uiuofit Sunrtij Trains from Pennsylvania Station, Fort Wayne, Ind, KART BOITND. WTtfTT 9: Ofi am in IrlOpm p m pm--From Cliicngo. from Credtliot GRAND KAP.IDS INDIANA IL R. Tinio Table for Fort Wayne, Ind. Infect Nov. i'.8th, 1S97. M011TJI BOUND. "For Grand Itapidi and North For Grand Rapids anrl North ihOOam For Grand Kapiila and North p m From Riclimond............ pm SOUTH BOOND. For Richmond and Cincinnati ant For Richmond and Cincinnati am For Richmond and Cincinnati From Grand pm IDaily Kxeept Sunday. WABASH K It Trains From Fort Wayno as Effective November 14, 1807. OOJNG EAST. No. Depart. 2 N. Y. A Boston Limited, daily 20 Toledo Local Express, a- rppt Sunday 0 N. Y. England Flyrr, daily 4 Fast Mail and Kipress, excopt Sunday 10 Decalur Accoin., arrive, except Bnnilay pm GOING WEST. 11 "Dprntur Accommodation, cxvcpt Sunday 5 V.'U'iftc I'lxprcpa, except Sunday 7 Kiinvas City Oinnon Ball, Jnily 1 Government Fast Mail, daily (KHIpm 3 SI. I.mi is Viytibuled Lim- ited, daily pm Phone No. (i. 11. G. TIIOW80N, upsiMignr and TiukuL Agent, Fort AH trains arrivo at ami tl St.-itirm, Van Jfiiron Stroor.C-------- UuIIormca Colored I'ortcra nttt-Dtl flwt nnd i-coml clans dsiy coaclioa on tlironnb trains, tiHnrine HcnumtoTisly clnnn cara onruuUi- TntiiU.O.ulj.____________ Nick.-l lI Kwkra HtanJarJ t. No ana Local n llato Hi] _______ cl'tSontlAJ. A. 11. Dark Tlironch Drnwins Itooni Sltv iiiiipPanioiiNos. 2, nnd 6 to Oliwclaml, Urin, HiiBiJo, Now Kotlc un.l Boston; on Non. 1, 3 nulls to Meals nro Eftrvwl ut IJuiiDg Blfl- timis and in Nir.kol Ptato Cars Bt oppw tono meal hotus. LAKE ERIE S. WESTERN Tl Change 1SH7. SOUTH. No. 41 (except N'o. -13 (ilnily) )i in Nn.171, Lop.ll Freight........ iNOKTII. AravM. N'o. 40 (daily) N'o. .12 (except lOi'.'Aiim N'o.170, Freight........ LAKE RIIORB MtOUIUAN SOUH1ERK. [Fort Wayno Division.] From Korth Cincinnati Erqircs.1, Ar....... Detroit Exjiress, Ar.......... Ar Way 1'Yefalit, Ar............ Going North. Cincinnati Express, Lv....... Detrc.it Esnress, LT.......... pm I-iV Way Jirciglit, All Trains Daily Except Sunday. h'lNDLAY, FORT WAYNB WEST- KHN RAIIAVAY. Time Talilo for Fort Wayne, lleceinljer Mft, 1897. EAST HOUND. For Vincllay, T.TB. SiOOam, -U Fimllny, Ar'vn I At ColumlnwviaT.ftO.aAr tniin, leaves at....... ft TB Daily Except Sunday. WEST HOUND. Leaves Toledo, via C., H. t R'y Arrives Fort Wayno Leaves Fincllny, 0.......... Arrives Fort Wayno Leaves Fincllay, Arriven Fort Wnynii Arrives Fort Waynt J IDaily Except _ _   

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