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   Fort Wayne Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               THE 14 SCCCJNO QUARTER, INTE.R- AL b-IRiES, APRIL 17 li i, ii.-iit.tt-> t-y H. M v. tiiH' Murk iinly iiH'1't-iwl (tn.- inti-rvftiliiK ilay-i. -Marl, tau.0. 'MliiraLotliiuid loadoth them.' How ivut your litiirt go with alj the VWli, be sura j-oii it. und do uut question Hit love If He leads you iu the valley. 'I'lu-xi thiwj with Him wheu Ho raised the little girl aiMi when Hetfus in the gnnicn We cannot -jo with Him unless we ara willing to go apart from, the many who follow Him, and will not enjoy Ilia fellowship uuliw) we have somethiiig of His spirit of prayer, fur Luke ix, 2S, siij-j that Ho went to pray. An we learn to live alone with Illiu and for Him, we will iinil oursi-lvfn increasingly glren locommuniou with Him. t. "And was transferee! before thfn, and Ills face did sbine the sun, and lil-t raiment v him aa tbo light." iaye that His raiment became shining, cewllng white as euovv. Luke says the fashion of His couutcnance was altere, and His raiment was white and gli-nerlug Is, Luke li, It makes G.I think of Him as He afterward appeared t John on some 60 years after I'.i-, (B-jv.. i, lilstomBVLrj interesting to obwro that the ward trun-i lated isusij-doutside of thi record in, the gospels only in twootlvr plaecs-Roni. iii, 8. aud H Cor. iii, is In the trauslwlon l> "be formed" and in the other "are bat in caw It refers to the believer and our being changed oioro and more in- to the tmajge of Christ. In Romans it shown tube awojrk from within, by tbo renewing of minds, aoii in Corinth! nns it is BiiU to bcaccoiuplished by behold- 1BU His in the Bints or mirror of liis word. It seems rxi me itiat tho development aud consummation ol the Christian life has but one wcrut, and that in "beholding Aim." When In that fair morniug wo nhall indeed see Him, then we ahajl it-deoa be liiu Him. thenj onto thero Hoaea and Ellas, talking with Him." We know -Moses 8led and WOE burled In the Uwt af Moab  cauwi Ww. Why (9 it tha( ws karaeamuny fuiMt How we must grieve Hlml He says thst He will iwver remem- ber our sins It ..nows grenl lack of con- lldence in Him tor us to fotr or to thiiA that Ho will. says thai We ore blessed with all spiritual blcssious tn lllm. It is surely dishonoring to trim. for us to ques- tion it. He tel Is us that He BO loved us an to givo Himself (or ua He can there- fore withhold no good thing. Faith just believes ii. aad is hafir.y bwatiso He says 8 'And when they bid lifted npthelr eyes they sow ovvJegus only. What n powetM life word this is. ei what peace tuio. neiory to set Jesas o in redemption nui in will tat as the center all the glory of In daily, life our is loser Ae Mid fa is no rest WP must gee that fe flnlBnct, work v. ail auks fmi that we licod, to- 1 His all tho i.ununw U ttnee-jwry, learn tonglng rivift Behold. Oof. is my salva; "And us they came down from the Mountain, .lesus chorii A them, sayint', fell tho vision to no u ATI instil the Son of en  'u'ha are suffering from uf tht' systfiu. Insist on Having The Kind That Never Failed You, AMBULANCE TWO CRAFT OF THIS CLASS JUST ADDED TO OUR NAVY. Will Rob Naval Warfare of of lit ttrton mad Give Juk TM One More Chinee to Survive .IDodern Sen rifhr. Two ambuliinru or hospital ships now a part of tlie Tinted Statis limy. Both wern recently pv.rehasuil und itlU'rod for thu purpose. Thi y lly the (lug Of tho Rl'd Crass fdciety F.IU! will fiiuaclrons to us to bo near at hand when needed. One of these, hospital ships is thn Cromwell lino stainier Creole, thi> other the Grand DuuhiBse of iho jflant line. 'J'ho Creolu la the finest uud in the Cromwell fleer. Who U almost new, having own built .it Newport. News and put in in IX-ccnibtT, ISUfi. Sholi built entirely of sti-oJ keel to pilot-housu tops and in :iT5 fort lor.g ind has a breadth of bi-am of -H {vet. is 13 knots an hinu', a rtjceijtly liuilt; ttennishlp. thn Creolu has tlio li.iest improved marine ma- chinery uml sfwring genr, Thn sabins, ssloohs and statcrorms arc finelj- 'uruiain-rt. S! 10 was desigriei! by Horacu See. Captain K. V. Umgcr, tba roinmamlcr of the Creole, i.-etains eonimnml of the vessel. tht-ir ir Ls tin; intention to an intt-nhitiuiuil iiyreo-ui'iit, a rt-iUilut-rf'iiieiiv cf (iciii'Mt, mvard, twttint! forth thut thu Ui'il Cross llax un any shall caiiso hur ID Lu recognized tun noncolii- It will bti the duty of tho ambulance ship to rt-ni'iin witJxin signal iu of u naval (.'onilict, or. of a large number of Koldlfn ln'lliK wounded a.'hore, to enter the tii'ari'Kt purt it Isj-ossiWuatidre- c-'iv'L- a-i of tho wountitnl as eaii be Heretofore it lias been the custom to utilise tl.y remov- ing ii.on from unu to er, but it i> liii! ievt'd the ambulance ship will change a'il "It IM siild Surgeim General Vim when iipfiifclng of am- bulance ship, "that ri vessel of nature slinuhl he very fciH-i'dy. for in tho caM of wounded men speed ia iwiuetllnes HWtiS- sary to life. A 'peedy Vos-jil of this sort wiri uhlu to tiiko her assignment of sick and wov.iitieil aud laud them at thu nuar- e.it shore hotiplzal in a wry uhuit ipaoe of time." and he I Vbfjou auk. THE BRAJNY BACHELOR. flU llttltctlotn CoDcerniQK Hen, Women Md the AffillTi of ttfw At some time in her life every girl has just as good as proposed to acme mau. Ask aiiv girl if ehe believes in love, arid the firxf thing sho-will say is to ask iffcred his wheii thu navnl uusil- ary neRotiations for tlie- Jjiiri'tiase. and us he hod seen nr- tive in Uje.UnileO, .iait.'S navy In. tho war his offer ucrepivd. At the tmtbrrtik of tho civil war he wag ll'jil by the K-iveriirrtont and received tho IrA aetuir; 'catimissloli, which Wars thn data of April Wi He was Aon iippnin'.ed tlecutivttofiteor of the S. rS. Sloui'L-ello ami aCti-rtrard was do- fbr 83 pilot of tho famous Mon- tor. The Dnchcaae, ffbich was pnr chase 4 bythegovernniont In March, is ail mrofcly fitted for the pmjposo of hosplta I hir'- 'Jp tft-tho present ttrmt tbo tiuarbcrs t. t 1' sick and wounitod abiMird located in what Is known as i Jlok bay, nway forward, practically a tpnwi liithobow, where tho gionn- of the cha'.n is heard at all and tho motion of the vessel Xninly felt. has inanifcstlT orornted iigainst recowry. as it has inn-lo quiet nn absolute iiuponni- bllitj-. Im'.ued fcjurgttin Ocncrnl Van Seypen says that there will bo at lenst poc cent recoveries in an ambulance ship than there would be If the men on the sick lUtwere cared for aboard their .vawifJs. f. _ Tlia Diiichesso csacfly of tlie type ad vised iaf tie ambulance service, film la of. the newest model in steamships and Is constructed with an Idea of periiilttini; her eugors to escape the discomforts of as mudi as possible. She rolls and Ittakenalmosta storm, tn ca use her ride oSierwise than on an. evoi, keel. 'I .here is nit an ill ventilated apartment "n the fillip. Every convenience that If watnay iunurstand, we may bo suro Was sonic very good reason foe this rh.v xlv. It is not ttUrnyi for t to understAnd. bot al- woys (If i, ly; JLheothardis (iplpaatlho tlfe ninnnt with tbi-ir iliiBtniity ninny that nhiill not till If.: shall <-DII.U; but liiori: fiy ,h uuBht solve in.iro. Mwn- time wu n uucs checrf uUy lent offev u t Ictlmi of ri'Bd nhnut. woman Who tnartied 01113 man thinking was "Don't get nn over that. of woinen n'i Kami! thing f very day in tliB week Kecord. "Do yon cut Ihe jiie in or asked the landlady, sweetly Hpringing her star catch question. promptly answered tfco appli- cant for a Enquirer. IHt 1 Innk her in tftattirv hit. 1 took tier nfttlof 1 ifKik bn imrlling at IB f vcrj in eitti CAl'iAlN K been invcnttnl for tif or nhoard f'.irtli" nf w t" liiui- V. CAOER. j comfort of tho will be 'iuMT may IHIVO tho liis tiiimo placed on thn f.ii k rull   .t h'-t 47 fu to I ,tx t Inches; WO lint1, Ii7 l IIInl .-tttir' i -l. usual ii. -iiiil c found in n there will 'IHf eu n.ff ililc. tin- ruins of ;i nlorred libonril i. Tim n ir tho uniforiii tiut '.lit Wiicll fl'l 'illtV, ilj.] i-inii.. thu ilii'-L v urn. Twn of li'- nlrl will h'L'iil.'iri' It iivjfoi ui rlu- i- vc-'s.-] will lio an ain i liy inch l rani: fnunil in ucrnl.cr   pntbetic nnleag oho has spent the ruoruiug reading the book she con id get out of the library. Auyway, when a man wants to look at himself he doesn't go op to a jewel' cr'-i window and pretend ha ia setting his watch. The average man doesn't pnt much stock in robins; he waitl till he hears mine girl 'ay she mnst get her shirt waists ready. A womnii'g sense of humor consists in snickering when her hnabaud has got up and dressed under the impression that it is an honr later than it York Press. He Couldn't Oft Away. "Did yon kctp him in stispenm long whca he asked you to bis "Well, I to have flome difh'eulty -nakiug up my mind, and he had to "He's euch an impnlsive ami quirk tempered fallow J should think you have butm afraid to take any such ohaucea." "Ub, I was rnnning no risk. 1 was careful to keep between him and the door." Them is much more to the gamo ol lovi', it tlms appears, than man usually I'VIT sncceutls in finding 1'ost. ____________ Not So Earlr. "Yna are advertising qnitB early in tliu year. Kaid the summer rexort land- lord's "Yt'ii 1 alwiijM fix up my nnnounce- mi'iits at this time of year. You see, 1 am a thciruuglily roii.-.cK'ntuuis mau, and tn bn nhli; to statv thiit arc. ID mowiuiluM. Star. l.lllit in tin, ixrkntMM. "Didn't. I t-.'ll tiiundiorert her frithcr. "nuvur to darken iny door iirlinitted young man, "Imt 1 HTM tlm light nt your Jiie. ;-ntl it is nnuos.-ililu fnr n light to darken anything. Miss Etbe that 1 iir.i York Jouxual Full aotl FrM Dutiful may I.marry Mr. Clinks: Clinks? That a wwk rlcrk who pa. I mean Mr (.'links, tin; rnly FDD of iiankcr Clinks. ytnl Marry him at once. Don't let him eccape. New York Weekly. M .1. M. fl IHiFII.LII. will sum: lu.ui nnoil.-il u dtlzuii army whose will run up into the lull- li.it> ISrit'My Ilio is to havu every man who wuuliMio to enlist incasoof war to .-mh ;ih to thut effect ulul j'liM :i (ircut p'ltriutic to a mbrr'ii'lhi' Volunteer Kewrvv, physirnily and and of military iigo. Thi- iiliji'rt Is u> l.'t t'nclo i.i know liU military and naval t-nuth- If tin1 F.uropcHM loiirn ttiat it si-M'ii liuuns tti number our j it will do no harm. j At a riri-nt nit'L'ting of tin.' hriil in .New Vurl; eity tin1 follaniny ofli- KITH I'K'i-ti'd. I.ii'Uteiiant Uencral John M. HcholK'ld, S. A., cominander; Liotltenallt (Scni'nil .Inuii'S Ixingstreet, C. S. A., vice O'jmniandt'r; General O. 0. Howard, chairman of thu military com- mittee, with vice chairmen as follows: Ma- jor Gonenil Adclbert Aluus. Lieutenant General Joseph Wheeler and M.tjor (ien- eral Urenvlllu M. Dodge; Colone' W, 1) K. WashlUKton, president of the orjianiza- iioii, and General A. McD. McCook, seu rotary. Thti phin of the organixntion Is to get gi'thi-i- :i luidy of men to take tip ttrma at a munii'iit's tiutitv witlimit coti- scriptiun or draft, to Lu hmintuincd in connection wlrh the prtsent furaw, with- out tho Irktuiiii'tii'itf of inilltitry duty, without entailing upon ihcKuvvrniuont or statu tbo of maintaining such it lurjie body of troops and without drawing front their the young men of the nation. It in proposal to enroll men of proper ape and 'iualitieatioiis to bear arm.i who will the enlistment blanks, eeing to take up unns whrn called upon. Thu original rolls would be trims- iiiittcJ directly to the war or navy depart- ment, there tu l-e tubulated and included in tlie recognized aummiiry of the mili- tary and navul foreusof the United States. flic permanent orgBliizutlon will in- clude the president of the United States, to be es oflioio cuminander In chief; the secretary of war, to be. ex oflicio vice com- mander of the luilittiry forces, and the general "f the tinny, communder; the fee- retary of thu nuvy, to bu es oilicio vioe coiuiuander of the. ti'ival forces, and the admiral of the navy, to !x> ex oflicio coin- tiiunder; the governor of each state, to bo ex offldo commander of ail the reserves of his own commonwealth, and the adjutant general of each state, to bo ex ofticio vice commander of thut Mute, the uiilltnry committee for tbo purpose of governing and fostering tho organization and a com- mander or president, who wilt have charge of tho actiso duties pertaining to the or ganization and Its maintenance. The organization of the National Volun- teer Reserve Is not intended as an alarm or to .arouse un unnecessary military spirit. It it a peace measure, but, if conliict must be, then ti measure to shorten its duration. This in no way lionlliots with na- tional nr state nuthority or with the mili- tia, und the National Volunteer Reserve will net us H resource, encouragement and nuilliary to the national guard. The pres- ident of the United States kthocouiuiand- Sawing wood, working in his garden, walking three limes i day to and (roni his Sam place 01 these lorm part of the daily routine of Edwin R. Tripp, Post- master of Middkhtld Centre, N.Y. He is pdit his itvfr.txth birthday. Nearly fifty years 2 blacksmith; thirty- two years Justice of the Peue; ytirs i town then postmaster; forty-six years a tesidefit of the.town at now lives iti- these are the bare outlines oi a useful life. Mr. Toff's career is a type. His story will be read with heartfelt sympathy by thousands. His hearty endorsement of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People will be echoed by tens of thousands. He said: "In March, 1 was attacked by what I afterwards learned was locomotor ataxia. "Two skillful doctors did everything they could tor me. I steadUy became worse. Was unablr to dress myself. "Liter I could not move even about the room, but was carritd in my chair. ''I gave up hope. The doctors gave me no encouragement. I did not expect to live very long. I was more helpless than a I baby. I saak lower and lower. "In June the tide turned! From the lowest ebb, ft began to set toward health I and vigor. I "The turning point a newspaper article. DIBCfTftDV OFFORTWAYNE ly t 1 U IV I BUSINESS HOI A LttlnK Tartan. patient imagines he It at a comic opera all the time. Visitor have him pretty well up. At- yes! If he got loose he would kill A Pan. Tradition hands down an awful break made by a well-meaning Ameri- can gentleman, who. iu his embarrass- ment, genially assured Pope i'ius IX. that he had had the pleasure uf a pre- sentation to his father, the late Pope, many years It told how a man, who suffered as I had suffered, had been cured by Dr. Wil- liams' Pink Pills foe Pale People. It gave me faith and hope. I took two boxes of the pills; then four rocn boxes. My gain was steady; my return to health was a source of daily gratification. "In all I took eighteen boxes of the pills before 1 was entirely well. At firsi I paid SO cents a box, but afterwards I saved money by getting six boxes at a time, paying "I owe my cure entirely to Dr.Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People." To clinch his remarkable story and idd to its to others, Mr. Tripp made affidavit to its truthfulness before Homer Hanna, a local Notary Public. From helplessness, suffering and despair Mr. Tripp was restored to the healthful, useful activity suggested al the beginning of this sketch. His experience is like others. While locomotor ataxii is ene of ihe most baffling nervous diseases with which physicians are called to contend, its cure by Df. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale Pecpl: has become a matter of almost daily oc- currence. Smaller nervous tjoubles yield much more readily to the powerful influ- ence these vegetable pills exert in restoring wasted nerve force and in purifying and enriching the blood. Druggist: everywhere sell Dr. Williams' Pink for Pale People. A ntonililcp I are. A Sullivan man whore young son had had symptoms of Klondike fever offered him the necessary thousand with which to start if he co.ild trans- port 2.000 pounds of paving blocks ov- erland to Hardwood hill, on the airline road, lieiweeti Feb. IS and March 3U, without the aid of horses, giving him the privilege of all the hand sleds he desired and three square meals, state- of-Maine and woman-raokvil. every day, The young man looked at the blocks, then to the east, shook his head and decided to go to ton Journal. ATTORNEYS. H. C. HARTMAN, Lawyer ami Ctuusollor iii Patent Causes. lil At-nule. J 11 A1KKN' Attorney at- Law, 11 Muiu Sttvet. I'hitnu 11 M Main. HiMiiu Teld-phoni! F. H. KLEKKAMl', AttoRiuy-ut-Luw. (iurniau Kuglwh spokoa in oiliiM, 6 liiuk 151-x-k. Hi.mnphnnit and i HENRY NIKMAXN, i (Jrocnry purveyor to tho puoiiU-. low i ami prompt survici-. 148 Oil j houii St. .luftVrsoii.) 1'lionn 40s. j p y K1EFEK i 1 Not lo That Category. you know it is Lent and I would like you to keep your mind off worldly things. You have done nothing but think of that new dress for the last week. 1 repeat, keep your mind oft worldly things! Daughter (in papa, there isn't anything worldly about this dress. It Is perfectly Simple and Firs'. Boarding Ii your method of using up breadcrusu? Second Boarding Mistress The boarders eat POUTICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR JUSTICE OP TtlK PEACE. EPITOR nniKmneft my Investigations recently made for The British Medical Journal by two leading scientists on the household 91- tration of water for domestic use have Just been made public. In a long series of experiments the experts tested practically the filtering media and better known niters as to their power of arresting cholera and typhoid ba- cilli when present in water. These ex- periments show .that the only efficient media for filtration are forms of porce- lain and different ownpresaed siltclous earths and natural porous stones, and that carbon in its various forms, either alone or compounded with sllicious or miiRganiferous material, whether In blocks, powdered or granular, asbestos In different Terms, spongy iron, com- pressed cellulose, etc., are all unreliable and in most cases worse than useless. The hest results were obtained with some of the pressure filters, made, of porcelain, compressed sllicious etrth. etc., which are arranged for fitting on the taps in use In moat houses, and sev- eral of these on the market not only give practically sterile water, but fil- ter suffldently rapidly to make them of practical utility for everyday use. towtiahip dftmocratic DDminatiBff coDVODttun, lUKftY F, FUANTK. FOE BEJfATOR. EntTuii StxTlSf- Please amiuuuce that I am n eftudiditte for state sonmtor, to tlie of the democratic nominating cotivolt- lioii of Alleti county. GEOKOE V, KELL. Poll JOINT SKSATOR, EDITOR KP.SIISEI. aiinoiioee tliajl am a candidate fnr joint senator for the district composed "f Adams and Allen subject t4j the democratic convention of Jiitm 4, J. F. SSOW. Docatur, Ind. FOR REPEEBKSTATIVE. EbtTOt announce thnt 1 will Be eaadidttte (or reiunniumiou for in from Allen county, lubject to the do- ot tlK dsmcieraue eonventlon. HENBY 1. SMITH. 6KNKHAL Ui.NUHl ICEIT. In chief of the National Volunteer Be- and the governor of stiito the commander of the rewrve within liiu own commonwealth, thui fully carrying out tho provisions of the constitution. It Is believed that from g.iiuO.OOO to citizens will bo found ready to join the body. It Is not the objwt tn In- terfere in any way with the exluting ttnto militia, but In case of an emergency names enrolled In any state can be hnmlcd to its authorities for organization nnd en- listments under Ua own regulations and o General Schofield, commander of the Kfltional lleserve, U 67 years old and twen on the retired list of the Vnited army for three years, and with retirement the ronk of lieutenant which it has bevn proposed to revive General expired. Light on Antiquity. "They have found out about Clwpiv tra'H needle." "It won't a needle at all. It bttpin. Record. Beaton. why did Diogenes live Iu n tab? the neighbors couldn't borrow it, 1 York Truth. A Child of "He is awfully unlucky." "In what "Just as he became an aaarohiit bil hair all fell oat. York Journal Barbara mat Little Barbara, on seeing a dish of lemon placed upon the table, ex- claimed. "Oh, mamma, see bow nerv out tut is." Youth's Com- A Ityfat Shot. to the inrentorsnre trying Homo my they'll tnccewl, and we won ihcll flying, But otben mj beyond our (lorn In ton, tytag'i a matter, 'twould Mm, of plnim. -L. A. lint on Workmen. We have a shop full of them and are paying union rate of wagos; no boys at to 16.00 per week; that is why ow bicycln repair work ia al- ways satisfactory. Yon may think oar prices high bat they are as low as we can afford to do first-class work. COLUMBIA. MACHINE WORKS, 19-tf 54 and 56 Ban- Street. irw Sale. The Young Men's Christian asso- ciation building and lot 40x100 feet. Price Inquire or write to W. E. CLAPHAM, Pres., 27tf 22-23 Pudey-Long Bldg. "The Fort Wayne Bicycle" is built of tho best material money can buy, and by onion mechanics. Oar guarantee in very liberal. Call in and let us show yon the construc- tion of the bicycle during the differ- ent stages, from the crude uaaterial to the enameling room. Call even- ings, COLUMBIA MACHINE WORKS, 54 and 56 Barr St. DO YOU KNOW HER? She tells yon in trumpet tones, that if yon -want to make your selections of Wall Paper oat of an immense line, plenty of all kinds, from the very cheoiiest to the very best to choose from, whew you are sure to find goods to please yon to suit your taste, jtuit the kind yon have been LOOKINO for; if you want to where they are to show yon the goods whether yon want to buy or not; where you are always sure i if conrteons treatment, fair dealing, prompt service and lowest prices; where they trim your paper without charge and take it back at same price you paid for it, any paper you have left over, in short, if yon wif-h to buy your Wall Paper where they will treat yon as you would WISH to be treated, hoping thereby to merit and receive your patronage, you will straight to L. O. HULL, 90 Calhoun St. SEKTINIX Plenwi announee that I will be a for judw uf tin >uperior court of Allen county, subject tit tin: decision of the democratic nominating convention of June 4. P. W. SOU ADEN. FOB SUPERIOR COURT JCDGE. that 1 will bo a csadidate for judge of sdpenor eonrt of -Uleo eouut-.r. flobject to the ddciKioti ot democratic uomtiiiitia'icoiiTOotitjuof Jung 4 CHAELE8 M. DAWSON. Eultot that I am candidate tor the nomination for the iuugahip of the Allen snptrior court, irabjoat to the sioo of the democratic nomiuatlnir flonventura. THOMAS E. ELUSOti. EOITOK SBVTIMEL hereby beg leave to an nonace to the democratic party of Allen that I will be a caadidale for nomiDation for jud-n of the naperioc court of Alltu county, fuhloct to the decision of the democratic con- vention to be held on the Ith dfur ol .tune neat. ROBERT LOWKY. FOR CLERK. Enifom SESTISTJI, anuouiiM that I will be ft eaadidate for the of clerk of Allen county, nubjflct to ttid decision of the democratic county convention. DE. L. S, NULL. EDITOK SEKTIXBL that 1 am L eandi-iate for the olHce of count? clerk, subject to the decision of the neit democratic nomi- natinff conventioD. FRANK J. BELOT. FOR OOUHTT AUDITOR. EDITOI PIMM annnnnee tint will be a candidate for auditor of Allfen ooonty, inbjeet to the qedgton of democratic nomi- nating conTeoti  tm dtcJston of Uw anno- F.BAUX. ARTISTS. .UKUAKb AKT (lALLKltY, Cor. ('alhoun Best i iSnmll PioturwK jwr BLACKSMITHS. DAN (-iKANT, Wagun Uuildiag and General j 91 und Eii-ft, St. BARBER SHOPS. Uowhere the crowd giK-s! Tho! Wayne iMirlxir shop linwxt tunsorittl jiiirlur in stato. 8id Hublxml, rmji. BUSINESS COLLEGE. Fort WiiyiU! 'i illngt'. Englisli j Training Sfhuol. Udil Blook, cor. Ctilhonn St. j BUILDERS SUPPLIES. Btiildurs Jjiinu j Stone, t'pmi'nt, PlitstiT, Ixitiie, etc. Office, Calhoun St.; Yards, 5. G St. and 6 U. R. St. Phone 311. T I THE UOrAtMBlA BOWLING ALLEV. Tlio only Kngulation Alley in the citv. 24 E, Columbia St. BUSINESS HOUSES. GROCERS. ROOFINC. Kohruwa Bruta., Fine staple aud I Froibufgor Mi-Keou, roofing fancy grocoritti, 91 Broad way. Give Und titling and hardware of all us a trial and you will Imoomti :i kinds. Ksumnlt-s fumi-lied on customer. Both Phonos No. 5S. jiiiipliciition. ,'iG4 Calhoun, Phone ISO SEWING MACHINES. in Uoirtemir" uiid White Mitchinc-M. (itby Carrogna a lid I til Ma n lloekers sold on easy nuy. 132 Culhoun SEED STORE. W. Lt. Pens, Nasturtium, Flower Heed, Lawn Urassartd trait Hiifden Seed. E. Columbia St. Phone 144. SANITARIUM. FORT WAYNJB SANITARIUM, Uu mock, cor. Washington Boule- vard and Ctiihoun St. Baths of all kind, Compt-tentjjudy STOVES. 11. J. Anii is the largtiHt dealer in in northern Indiana, both wholesale and retail, and if you are stoves, eaiTume his stock ind E. Columbia St. way, Oood pruvs.pronipi delivery. Poultry dressed to order. A. S-UMtltKY, Uroonrien, pinion truck, liuttur, t.'jjgs, etc., delivered prompt. Home liwll 881'. Berry St. Fine groceries, canned fine champagne, wines nud liquors for family use. Pb.ou.ns 1M. SOUTH WAYNE STOKE, G. W. McAllister Dealor in staple and fancy groceries, 500 S Broadway. Phone 20? South H. F. HIU-JKMANN A- BON, Cocounuts and line Hut-hard Squash, Oatawba- and Navel Meat Market, 121 133 W. JefTor- son St. Phone KS. HORSE SHOERS. Horses called fur and delivered. PEBREY .ft SIEBOLD, Horse-Bhoon-t. 5 Pearl St. Phone 1011. HIDES, FUR AND WOOL. Bring your hides, pelts, nigs, iron, copper, brass, ziiie, bones, etc., tu The Fort Wayne Hide, Fur and Woo) Co., cor, Columbia Lafayette MILLER BROTHERS, Highest market price paid for hides, tallow, fur, -wool, tin and H96A98E. BAKERY. _ J The Vienna 8team Bakery, John Sauerteig, manufacturer of genuine Vienna home mode broad. 14 Washington Blv'd. Phone 548. Telephone No. 601 is for H. Jacobs Bro., Union Steam Bakery, E. Main St. Goods delivered free to all parts of the city. ___ MERCHANTS PREMIUM co. Ask about it. We will send representative to explain. 63 Clinton Street. HAIR DRESSERS. New York Hair Bsrnur. Phone IS MISS C. KODENBECK, Dealer in Hair Goods. 124 Calhoun St.. Lau Block. 4CE CREAM and ICES. Ueller's Ice Cream and Fruit Ices are the finest made. Fancy Baking Fine Confectionery. Tel. 163 both lines. Broadway and Washington. Ed. C. Kibigor, wholesale and retailer in Wm. Thompson Co. V Fine Ice Cream. 195 Lafayette St.. Home Phone 871. Chicago Rug Factory. We make pretty and durable rugs from old i ingrain and brussels caspets. (W. j Wells and Superior St. S. Springer, j Home phone 283. __ SPECIALTIES. _ J. 8. BATCHELDER7 Manufacturing confectionery, pop corn and penny goods. Office Phone 740. residence. 1007. 29 W. Main St. E. K. Bush, Commission Mer- chant, oysters, game, produce, feed, etc. Highest prices country prodnuo. 46 Harrison Street. Telephone 158. COMPAKET, Commission merchant. Country produce of all kinds bought and sold. Phone 375. T6 E. Colnmbia St. POHLMEYER WESTHOKFJ Contractors and 57 Baker St. FRED H. BOESTER, Carpenter, Contractor and Builder. Phone 949. Shop and office No. 164 Griffith St. FRED H. BREIMEYER. Carpenter, Contractor and Builder. Shop and Office No. 225 West Jefferson. COAL. Whistle or Phone 135 and I will bring you Coal or Wood. All orders promptly filled. GEO. H KRUDOP. CHIROPODIST. Goto Mrs. Wm. H. Smith, Calhoun St. to have your feet cured. All work guaranteed. -----Telephone 1133.----- M. A. MASON, 20 W. Wayne St. Home Telephone, 70. DR. GEO. E. JOHNSON, 38 Washington Boul'd. Oral Surgeon. Fort Wayne, Ind. If you wish to have your dresses cut and made up-to-date, call on Miss B. M. Simon, 53 Barr St. Cutting and fitting a specialty. PRUCCISTSy MARTIN H. WEFEL, Drags, medicines, chemicals, paints, toilet goods, etc. Cor, Banna La Sallo Sts. Phones, old, 289, new 349. Til the New and Latest Drugs and Chemicals at.... Pointers Drugstore, Cor. 3rd and Wells St. Prescriptions a specialty. ___ CHAS. YAGERLEHNER, .....Contracting Electrician..... Room 54 Pixley-Long Block. Home Phone 18B. Wm. A. Brann, contracting electri- cian, dealer in bells, gag lighting apparatus and all supplies for hotel and house work. New Phone 624. Office 14 E. Berry 8t. THE EDMUNDS ELSCTIC CO. Electric wiring and supplies; gw, electric and combination fixtures. Boom 4. Sohmitz block. Phones, Home, 262, residence 947; Bell, 263 _._ 'JOHN M MILLER, Dealer in Fine Furniture, Chain, Husk and Hair Mattresses, Looking Glasses, etc. 50 ft 62 E. Main St. The Fort Wayne Special Furniture Works, of Wall Caw, Show Cigar Tables and Counters. 152 Pearl Street. Telephone 749 to for Romarys, GongMn in hardwmre, cutlery, fence win, oat MWR. axes, etc. 25 E. Ooiombia St. OgRDISG AUMAN BROS" Agpntofor Kemanliotair fonuww and nwtol awl hot wattr INSURANCE. W. Instutmoe. Real Estate and Loans. Houses built oa monthly payments 52% Callionn St. C. JUU1ER, Prop. Belmont livery, feed, sale and board- ing stable. Carriages furnished foi all OcoaMona.88 E. Main St. HUSER Livery and Boarding Stables, 201 Fail-field A ve. Hacks for par ties, wed- dings and f unerola. Both phones 381 CHRIiJT H. RIPPB-Livery and boarding stable jNos. 84 Broadway, Phone 453. Hacks and carriages fur- nished for parties, weddings and funerals. Cheapest place in the city. JOS. WMCK and boarding stables. Hacks for wed- dings and funerals. 87 Banna St., Both phones 167. H. J. BRADLEY. Livery and Boarding Stable. for weddings and funerals. 53 E. Main St. New Phone 481. LAUNDRIES Banner Laundering Co., 227 S.Cal- noun St., Best Laundry work. We use soft water for all washing. Wagom oil at Addrfcu. Both PhonM IE. TROY STEAM Office and works Nos. 48 and 50 Pearl St., F. L. Jones Proprietors. Beit Work In the City, Telephone ICO. Who Your Lanodry Work] Trr Da. MODEL STEAM LAtJNDflY, PHILIP RAPP, Proprietor, 374 a 378 Broadway. Phone 1140. LUMBER DIALERS. E. QILMABTIN, Lumber, Shingles and Fence Posts, Doors and 8uh. Cor. Clinton ami Holman fits. Phone 444. The Diether Lumber Lumber, shingles, sash and doors, mouldings, stairs and inside finish of all kinds. Yard, 44 E. Superior St., factory. 100 Pearl St. Phoneg 111 and 78, HENRY W. KRU8E. Latest, most approved system of cutting gentlemen's garments. Can gave yon 198 Qdhonn St. Goto William Mense Merchant Tailor for your Spring and Summer Suite at lowest prices. 831 Calhcmn Street. .PMMTjMt. telephone No. 55 U for The Archer Printing Co. Job Printers, and per Plate Printing No. 82 PLUMBERS. Plumbing, Was and Stenm Fitting, Hot Water Heating. 123 E. Lewis St., Home Phone No. 526. Wind MUli and Drira --------Plumber, Stoato W. Main8t. O'Brein floBitary Plnmbsrn, Gas and Electric Futures, Estimatee furnished. 122 Broadway. Home Phone 66B MADDEN AND HEATING-CO.... Fort Wayne's Experienced Plumb- ers. 39 BUtker NOLL, Practical plumber and gas fitter. Estimates obeerfnll furnished. 129 K. Jeffenwn St. 670 new. MoDOTALDlTYOBBT, Practical Plnmbsw, Steam and Gat Fitters. Wells Street. Phone 738 ROOPINC PAVING CO. The Fort Wayne ROOFING AND PAVING CO. Warren's Natural asphalt anchor brand rooftng. Office and yard. Fnltonand Peari Bto. Phone 31ft. 8topal the Rwtaumnt Ltfttbh Itwte. W. R. meils, we TRUCKING CO. City Trucking Co., quick aid prompt delivery, household goods pianos moved and fer und storage, heavy hauling of every description. 116, 118 120 E. Columbia St. Phone 122. VETERINARY 8URCEOHS. Dr. H. A. Read, 62 Harrison St. Medicine for horses; no charge for examination at office; Teeth dressed so improve condition, driving, pi-e- vent sorethroat, sore eyee and slob- bering. Surgeon treats all diseases of horses, cattle, sheep and dogs. Office 11 Harnaonjit. Phone offim- 6-jBes. 367. WALL PAPER! South Side Wall Paper Store. Eal- WAYME BUCCY CO. Tbeo Herges, Wait, Frank Loot Wayne Buggy Co., manufact- urers of carriages, phaetons and Repairing, Repainting, etc., promptly attended to. 49 E. Colnm- bia St. Home Phone 1392 J. C. PELTIER, Undertaker and 17 WeM Street. AH 18 OBfl Cf v> Tnr po-ttwu. foaon't gives it. Ur-miMlittm Pi. irjoa-M, Time Urd, in Effect Deo. 80 '97, Jj- Ar! All trainl artite at noil rli ttjlStmtt I Kceert claf. afTln-Sw insiirtn-- Otrn nmnto. rymjM Union MIIH Wlf JTt, w firm No.t............. lit....................... <700 Tlirojwh Drawuw Room Cars on Noa. Z, 4 and to Cfetpismi, Erie, Hnffnlo, New TorE noil Bnrton; en aad I tnChlcatco. Honi and in Nlekel riaini Can at tone meal   

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