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Fort Wayne Journal (Newspaper) - April 6, 1899, Fort Wayne, Indiana Fort we a a m journal thursday april a i in Dekome boy a if thou comes alone one evil that cannot come alone is impure blood if this is allowed it is at tended by Kindred ailments galore this condition Means that Ever vein and artery of the body instead of carrying to the organs a health giving flow of life is Laden with a slow and impure fluid that is harming instead of Healing it is unfortunate when there is quot bad blood quot Between people it is worse when it is inside of you. Hood s Sar a Bap Arilla will not make enemies friends but it will make quot bad blood quot Good a blood and blood should be of the Best Quality. Hood s never disappoints. Blood poisoning quot when i enlisted in Montana for tie cuban War i began taking Hood s Sarsaparilla and got several com a rades to do so. It seemed to make us proof against heat and fatigue at key West and Tampa while others gave out also in Cuba. I was wounded at san Juan with a brass jacket Bullet but got no treatment until i arrived at fort is Cpherson a. A the surgeon said if it had not been for my Good Rich blood that the brass Shell would have poisoned me sure and i would have lost my George p. Cooper co. A .25th u. S. Inf., Washington Barracks d. C. Scro Fula quot for months i went to Hospital for treatment of so Romulous ulcer without results. They said it was the worst they Ever treated. I tried Hood s Sarsaparilla. Twelve bottles entirely cured Cyrus g. Upham Needham mass. Leg sores a quot sores on my wife s limb were so bad she could not walk. Physicians Aid of no value and she used crutches. After taking Hood s Sarsaparilla she Laid them aside and walked Fred a. Hoyle Reynolds Bridge c6nn. Salt Rheum a quot by Mother was seriously afflicted with Salt Rhc Ura and painful running sores. No Medicine helped her until Hood s Sarsaparilla was used which made her i tirely p use e. M.ple-6tose, 358 Dearborn Street Chicago 111. Value of alcohol when men Are subjected to unusual and exhausting labor. Experiments were made at different times and under varying conditions with three regiments from each of several brigades. In one every Man Flora. The standpoint of the consumer and to take Delight in inflicting pain and to close the meeting by forming quot Pon others. To those people we Send missionaries to teach them the error of an organization for Mutual Protection their ways to Tell them that it is and advancement. I of fight and that eternal peace is the great aim of civilization. We talk the matter Over in the business advise them to be Strong and courage the natural Gas question. Hood s i ius cure liver ills tie non a Rry Tat iii Only Uia tic to Taki with Wuori s fort Wayne journal the journal company publishers. Established 1868. Entered at the fort Wayne Post office As second class matter. Member of associated press. Terms of subscription. By mail postage prepaid. Daily edition one year.54.80 parts of one year per month.40 bunday edition one year. 2.00 to City subscribers. Daily delivered sunday included 10c per week. Weekly edition. One copy one year.$1.00 address the journal 43 East main Street fort Wayne ind. Parties desiring the journal served at their Homes can secure it by postal card request or through Telephone no. 18. Where delivery is irregular please make immediate complaint to the office. Thursday april 6, 1s99. Secretary Gage announces in the Republican organs that the administration contemplates no Bond issues that in fact the government is not in need a of Money. There is a lesson for politicians in the elections monday and tuesday. The men who stood by the people against the monopolies were triumphantly elected. The medical review publishes the results of some interesting experiments made in the British army to test the the journal is sure that the people Are interested in the natural Gas controversy that it concerns them very materially what they pay for fuel and what they get when they pay for it in . At the a fleeting of the Council in committee of the whole tuesday night. I. Scheld twisted his colleagues because none of the people were there to sustain their protests because no Gas takers had complained to him. Perhaps the people have Good and sufficient reason for not putting their Trust in or. Scheid but his words ought to serve As a rebuke into the lobby of the Council chamber were crowded the healers of the natural Gas company to intimidate the members of the Council who Are disposed to do their duty. Are the people going to sit idly in their Homes acid let their interests go by default the necessity of the hour is the organization of the natural Gas takers of the City for Mutual Protection and it can be accomplished by holding a. Public meeting at the City Hall. In organization there is strength a Chance for an expression of the people and for the appointment of committees to enforce their rights while it is the sworn duty of the councilmen to promote and safeguard the welfare of the people they will not be particular about it unless the people Are unless they know what the people want. So under the natural Gas franchise the rates Are to be revised this year to go into effect the first of january next year. The democratic platform pledges every to revise the rates according to the letter and spirit of the franchise and the Man who violates that pledge will be publicly exec rated. But the people should organize. It will require a two thirds vote of the Council to reduce the rates and it is the duty of every citizen of fort Wayne to take an interest in a matter that concerns every Home in the City. We believe it right and proper to Call a Public meeting to quot invite men to and j dress the meeting who Are competent to talk upon the natural Gas question Ries in the Railroad shops in the offices and Call a meeting for next monday evening at the City Hall. Of the magnates disagree. Was forbidden to drink any alcohol houses in the factories in the quot found whatever while the test lasted in the second malt liquor Only was taken in the third a ration of whisky was Given to each Man. The whisky drinkers manifested More dash at first but generally in about four Days showed signs of weakness and fatigue those Given malt liquors displayed less dash at first but their endurance lasted somewhat longer while the abstainers improved daily in alertness and staying Powers. In the German army experiments Are being made with sugar which is claimed to have such great sustaining Powers that it is proposed to serve it As an extra ration when unusual fatigues Are to be borne. Ous but to seek no quarrel with any Man. Then we take away their weapons and just As we Are beginning to congratulate ourselves on reclaiming some men from barbarism. Or. Hall gets up and advises us to teach our sons to do what we have been endeavouring to teach the Savages to avoid. If there is any Good logical Arguna Tural Gas magnate Paul told the ment to be advanced for or. Hall s newspapers that the clause in the new contract reserving the right to Cut off Consumers t n five Days notice was inserted for the purpose of punishing people who stole Gas. Natural Gas magnate Bash declared at the City Hall tuesday night that or. Paul s declaration was premature that the purpose of the new clause was to put the company in a position to shut off a portion of the City next Winter. Now when the magnates clash the Safe ground for the consumer is to stand on his rights. Every Man who signs the company s new contract puts in its hand the Power to shut off his Gas next january when the lower schedule goes into Force. Let your rights rest on the old contract. It is bad enough. The new clause in the new contract gives the company the right to shut off your Gas without violating its franchise without danger of being called to account by the courts. City attorney Shambaugh declares Contention it is concealed from the View of the average thoughtful Man. The whole training of Early childhood is an attempt to turn the child from the Savage instincts that Are Boris in it acid to reverse the procedure would be to turn our faces again to the Barbaric reply to experience. Three Happy women. Relieved of periodic pain and Backa Fie. Trio of fervent letters. Menstrual More than Little Book House an4 some of Lydia lir pills. I a new woman past. I shall for what it has 363 Lisbon St. Before using Lydia e. Pinkham s vegetable compound my health was gradually being undermined i suffered untold agony from painful mensa Mationg backache pain on top of my head and . I concluded to try mrs. Pink Hayi s compound and found that it was All any woman needs who suffers with painful monthly periods. It entirely cured . 6�0bes Wass 923 Bank St., Cincinnati o. For years i had suffered with painful menstruation every month. At the beginning of quot Tion it was impossible for me to stand no for five minutes i Felt so miserable. One Day a of mrs. Pinkham s was thrown into my i sat right Down and read it. I then got e. Pinkham s vegetable compound and can heartily say that to Day i feel like my monthly suffering is a thing of Tiet always Praise the vegetable compound done for . Mab Gabet ani>ebs0k Lewiston me. To the editor of the journal referring to the communication from a experience quot in your sunday Issue of the journal with All respect to the Rev. P. J. Rico As a minister of the gospel i do not think he is advancing the cause of the Christian religion by his attacks on other denominations. These attacks Are futile and unavailing As catholicism methodism presbyterianism and the other quot isms quot will endure to the end of time. It is certainly a waste of time As there Are so Many other ways in which a minister of the gospel could employ his time to better advantage. One would think from the stand the Rev. Rice takes that his Church is the Church and that All other churches Are iii in Rel ass Sims Fot Sis quot the present mrs. Pinkham s experience in treating female ills is up aral ing entirely too much As All churches Are Lelend for years she worked Side by Side with mrs. Lydia e. Pinkham and for teaching the gospel As they understand sometime pay it has had sole charge of the correspondence department of her it. And it is certainly following. Christ great business treating by letter As Many As a Hundred thousand ailing women. Closer to be charitable to others beliefs during a single Lydia e. Pinkham s vegetable compound has cured me of painful menstruation and backache. The pain in my Back was dreadful and the agony i suffered during menstruation nearly drove me wild. Now this is All Over thanks to mrs. Pinkham s Medicine and . Cabbie v. Or Lams South Mills n. C. The great volume of testimony proves conclusively that Lydia e. Pinkham it vegetable compound is a Safe sure and almost infallible remedy in cases of quot irregularity suppressed excessive or painful monthly periods. That people Are not obliged to sign it. I Ven if their beliefs do not quite coincide stand on your rights. The journal will with your own. Guarantee the company will not turn i according to the Rev. Rice everyone off your Gas for refusing to sign the new contract and the journal is ready to Back its opinions in the teachers association. Pianos Are endorsed Jujj by the most eminent be ii artists of the Day. By pianos Excel in last a ing and staying in tune qualities. Pianos in All the late styles and different Woods can be seen at our retail Ware Ronns 120 Calhoun St. Pianos Are guaranteed by a company composed of some of our leading and Best known citizens. Pianos have attained a prominence with the music Trade and musicians that stamp them As instruments of the highest Quality. The Are a few facts bearing upon the annual meeting of the teachers association a which convened in this City last week a that should be borne in mind by the people in Genei Al. One is the Large number of people which attends next to the largest in fact of any gathering of its kind in the country. In spite of the seven e storm which accompanied the gathering Here Over two thousand teachers were present and the number of other people who attended from the surrounding towns attracted by the Opportunity of i half rates on All railroads can hardly be estimated. It is True however that there would have been Many More visitors in the City than there were had the weather been More propitious for travelling. As it was the sum of Money left in fort Wayne As a remembrance of the Northern Indiana teachers association must have been near if it did not exceed $20,000. The average visitor must have expended nearly ten dollars during his stay and while a few perhaps paid merely their Board at a private House at a Dollar a Day there were Many who paid hotel Bills of far greater amount and hundreds who visited the stores and made purchases. Besides such outlay in expenses the Street car company also came in for a generous share of the receipts for cars were crowded both Day and evening. Then there were the local expenses of the committee of arrangements much of which accrued directly to the City. The expenses of the convention reached the sum of $905.84, of which $425.00 was paid prof. Brumbach and or. Stanley Hall for their lectures. The committee deserves much credit for so economically handling the affair As its Enron ity necessarily entailed great expense. Next year the association will meet in Logansport and it would be Well for fort Wayne to consider the proposition of inviting the teachers Here the following year. The smaller towns find it almost impossible to handle the numbers of people who attend. Fort Wayne can do it comfortably. She would find it an easier matter another time than it was this and the amount of Money thus deposited in the City for the members of the association must pay their individual expenses makes the consideration of having fort Wayne appointed the permanent place for the association to meet worthy of serious consideration. To the Rev. Should believe As he does with regard to the meaning of the Bible. Following out tins line of reasoning a Little further everyone that does not believe As he does a and belong to the Christian Church is lost. In other words the Rev. Rice s in Lein relation of the meaning of the Bible is the Only Correct one and every one outside his Church is wrong. This assume tif a of infallibility and the attributes of the infinite is certainly More than Christ expected of any mortal Man. Just think of the catholics. Methodists presbyterians and members of other churches with the exception of the Christian Church who have been lost and will be lost in the future because they have misconstrued the meaning of the Bible i does this sound reasonable does any person really think that when a Man accepts Christ and follows his teachings to the Best of his mental resources and is baptized Vith the holy spirit and not by water that he w ill be lost when his soul enters the portals of the future i think not. It is possible that some of us Are wrong but i do not believe it is for mortal Man to judge which one of us it is. s sons protest against libels the fatherland. On prelim vary gathering to arrange for a mass meeting of citizens Germany is a Loyal Friend is the keynote. I la e. Pinklin iii s vegetable compound a woman s remedy for woman Siu state highest cd a arts Appeal to supreme court in poisoning Case. Effort to set aside a sentence to life imprisonment a funeral procession Accident a Oil Lien other . Hall creates a stir. Or. Stanley Hall lectured Cago sunday evening and standing the excitement at Chi no with attendant upon the election the newspapers devote much space to the doctor s utterances. The civic ago evening Post says president g. Stanley Hall of Clark University at Worcester mass., certainly holds most extraordinary views Captain c. F. Hettler Charles Hege regarding the training of boys. He Feld William Breuer Charles Hoffman at a preliminary meeting of citizens of German birth or extraction held at Saenger bund Hall last evening Steps were taken towards calling a mass meeting to protest against the unfriendly tone of a certain part of the american press and the evident desire to stir up animosity against Germany As the result of ill feeling engendered during the Spanish War. The meeting was Well attended and much interest was Manifest. Or. Theodore Lange managing editor of the Freie Presse was chosen to preside and or. Anselm Fuelber of the Staats Zeitung acted As Secretary. Or. Lange in his address denounced the Effort to create in this country a feeling of hatred towards Germany which had always been Friendly to America and against germans who have been the country s most Loyal citizens either in peace or in War. Or. Lange created something of a sensation when he declared that the Spanish War while ostensibly undertaken in the cause of humanity was really based on Creed. It was the contractors who looked for fat returns for supplying War munitions and provisions who stirred up the feeling against Spain and by playing upon the patriotism of the people bringing on a War which had fulfilled their expectations. Or Lange also referred to the pending dispute Over the samoan question and declared that this question would be amicably settled and that it would prove Germany s Friendly feeling toward the United states. Or. John Suelzer read the address which was delivered at the Chicago mass meeting of germans by the Rev. Heldtmann two weeks ago. Both the address and the Reading were warmly applauded. It was decided to have a mass meeting of citizens called to declare Public sentiment on the question and the chairman was authorized to appoint a committee to effect the necessary arrangements. Chairman Lange appointed the following Charles Scheiman George Motz ear would feed their minds on blood curdling tales cultivate their tempers in order that they might get ample exercise lighting and hold them in Check when necessary by brute Force and the fear of physical pain. He believes that boys ought to fight. A great Many people believe that Hoys should be taught How to fight but Henry Wiese the Rev. Ferdinand Koerdt Paul Koene j. B. Reuss and Herman Mackwitz. The committee will meet Friday evening to arrange a Date and formulate a Call for the meeting. -0 free 99 bicycles for a few Das the latest improved Edison phonograph talk Aad Stag Theli Ite hits of the Day at the Packard Matisic to tract 120 Calhoun St. Work. Ladies or gentlemen. Apply for or. Hall is the Only Man of any stand particulars to c. D. Kyle Bluffton ing to far As known who has openly ind. Tuth Sun. Advocate s inducing then to Battle among themselves. The idea among the uncivilized Peoples of the world to Day is that boys to dealers in Hay Straw. Corn Oata and men should fight. They Are taught and chop feed 47 Sut Chi tabla Street m Clellan amp Joh Dan. Indianapolis april 5�?tbe Appeal of Sarah Shenkenberge of Clinton county from a judgment sentencing her to imprisonment for life for poisoning her daughter in Law was filed in the supreme court to Day. The evidence tended to show that the Young woman was poisoned because while living with. Her husband s parents during his absence As a Volunteer Soldier last summer she would lie in bed and read novels and let her Mother a Law do the work. Oil Well Lien. The appellate court to Day passed on the question whether a labourer employed to build a Derrick As part of an Oil Well can enforce a Mechanic s Lien for his work in Case the Oil held by his employer is forfeited. The court held that the labourer has a Lien under such circumstances on All that is movable about the Well. The Golden Rule Oil company took an Oil lease on some land near Montpelier. After it had built a Derrick and had begun to Drill a Well it forfeited the lease and a new lease was Given to the Mont Peter Light and water company which took Possession of the Well but refused to pay for building the Derrick. Thomas c. Stephenson who built the Derrick and Eilijah h. Montgomery who furnished the materials to build it recovered judgments foreclosing Mechanic s liens on the Well which the appellate court affirmed. A Coal lease forfeited. The Island Coal company obtained a ninety nine year lease Given in 1s83 on some land in Greene county. The lease provided that it should be forfeited by a failure for eighteen months to begin the development of the Coal beneath the leased Coal Fields. The company waited until thirteen years had elapsed without mining any Coal or paying any royalties for the leased land. The land owners then sued and obtained a judgment quieting their title to the land As against the lease. The Coal company appealed and the supreme court to Day affirmed the judgment. No rehearing in damage Case. The supreme court overruled a petition for a rehearing in the Appeal of the Wabash Railroad company from a judgment for $5,000 recovered by mrs. Pearl Ray which was recently reversed. Mrs. Ray sued As the administer matrix of the estate of her husband who was killed by catching his foot in an unblocked guard rail while coupling cars at Columbia City. The court held that the danger of injury by reason of the unblocked rails was a risk assumed by Ray As an incident of his employment. Ran through funeral procession. A freight train on the Toledo St. Louis amp Kansas City Railroad ran through a funeral procession in the City of Kokomo. Mrs. Anna e. Jones who with her husband and child occupied the second Carriage behind the Hearse was thrown out and injured. She sued r. F. B. Peirce As receiver of the Railroad company and recovered a judgment for $1,000. The re i Mceiver appealed and the judgment was to Day affirmed by the appellate court. Higher courts decisions. The supreme court to Day handed Down the following opinions Island Coal company is. William a Combs it Al. Daviess c. C. Affirmed. Jordan j. Wabash Railroad company is. Pearl Ray administer matrix. Whitley c. C. Petition for rehearing overruled. Adam Smith it Al. Is. Board of commissioners of Huntington county. Hunt quot in ton c. C. Petition for rehearing overruled. The appellate court decided the following cases Robert b. F. Peirce receiver is. Anna e. Jones. Tipton c. C. Affirmed. Black. C. J. The Montpelier Light and water company it Al. Is. Thomas c. Stephenson it Al. Wells c. C. Affirmed. Cor Stock j. Lecture on quot Mirabeau and the French or. Wendling s subject is one of great Power and the lecture As Given by or. Wendling becomes on of thrilling and absorbing interest As Well As one which teaches a great lesson. In style. Or. Wendling is really a remarkable speaker and the audience was delighted from beginning to the and funerals. Haag. Councilman Haag received tidings from Bluffton last night of the death of his brother s wife mrs. Fred Haag leaving a family of thirteen children. Or. And mrs. Haag formerly resided in this City and Are known to Many of our people. The death of mrs. Haag is particularly sad As her children Are quite Young and death was very sudden. Late local closing entertainment course of the woman s club league began and ended with All the Success that one could wish. The slay ton grand concert company commenced the series of ten entertainments in october with almost excellent musical , and or. George r. -1 Wendling Cloteil the or. John s. Snyder of Dayton was at the Randall yesterday. Or. A l. Caldwell of Findlay Ohio was in the City yesterday. Or. E. Davis of Toledo transacted business in fort Wayne yesterday. Or. And mrs. E. H. Meyers returned last night from a week s visit to Chicago. The quot minstrel girls quot will give their second hop in Honor of mrs. Rena Adams at the Broadway theatre Liis evening. Supt. Alexander Johnson of the state Home goes to Shelbyville to Day to deliver an address before the Southern Indiana teachers association. Or. W. C. Wood jr., who is Well known in this City was at the Aveline yesterday. He is superintendent of motive Power of the Toledo division of the Pennsylvania. The Pathfinder Lodge. No 19, will give an entertainment and supper at Phoenix Hall to night. An elaborate program has been arranged with an address by supreme organizer Pfeifer. The Columbia City Post says it is reported on Good authority that the Pennsylvania company is considering the advisability of erecting a depot near the Gutcher sanitarium a Short distance East of Larwill and making that a stopping Point for passengers for the sanitarium. The Rev. Father Noll issued a Challenge to discuss certain religious questions at Kendallville and has been accepted by pastor j. O. Rose of the Church of Christ. Now they cannot agree As to the place in which to conduct the debate the matter has broken into the newspapers in a vigorous letter from pastor Rose. Josph Rohs a lad thirteen years of age was locked up at the jail last night on a complaint made by his Mother that he was incorrigible. He has been living with his Mother at 519 East Washington Street but he refuses to work although he had several positions and he persists in running the streets. The Case will be heard by judge o Rourke this morning. Elmer e. Smith of Chicago who has been interested in the bicycle business for Many years was in the City last night. In speaking of the report of the big bicycle factories organizing a Trust or. Smith said that he took but Little Stock in the Rumor As he believes that some of the larger concerns will not enter into a combination. He stated however that this is a year of surprises and if All the leading factories went into a Trust he would not be surprised. The Council committee on Board of health met with the dairymen at the City Hall last night to discuss the new milk and Dairy inspection ordinance it is proposed to pass and by the Way the people regard it As the most important ordinance of the revision As safeguarding the lives of old and Young. The dairymen do not object to the inspection of dairies or to the test Jing of milk but they seriously and unanimously object to the License or to paying for testing. Otherwise they inv Dorse the ordinance especially the leading milkmen. The committee heard the milkmen and others at length but. Indicated no Lijie of action. It was not Reahle that All the dairymen have .5 an inclination to. Roast the. Suisto. Infancy to be brutal and cruel Home phone 4s2. Course last by Enid with a Brilliant dairy.,

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