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7 Feb 1899

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7 Feb 1899

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Fort Wayne Journal (Newspaper) - February 7, 1899, Fort Wayne, Indiana J Quot a riia Hijii rke Uvonn a Forim. Take it . Pen Nur Box 91. No Utu Carea s boxes 9�m Irao teed Core we refund Money Rawl Ocic. A Kim. . He Wal the Pennsylvania a a Msj to alb run by Central time As follows a Daur to Auy sex go it Sondar leave arrive 3 40 am 6 10 am a 3 40 am a 7 35 pm a 5 10 am a 9 17 pm a 5 30 am 3 35 am a 5 30 am a 3 35 am a 7 00 am to a am a 7 00 am a 4 10 pm t 7 30 am n2 30 pro tl2 15 pm Tio 65 pm tl2 40 pm a 3 35 am a 4 15 pm a 6 52 am t 5 30 pm t 8 05 pm a 7 45 pm a 4 10 pm a 7 45 pm a 4 10 pm a 9 25 pm a 5 02 am a 9 25 pm a 5.02 am from it. Wayne to i Paraiso and Chi. Mouth and Chi. In Lago. Nev York and Wash. To Kingstown and Pitts la Sipold a us Lima. I it t itts. A m ,-.liso and Chi. Valparaiso and Chi. Crestline and Pitts. Remouth and Chi. Lima and Crestline. New York and Wash. Pittsburgh and Phil. New York and Wash. Pittsburgh and Phil. Band Bafidis and India i bail Boad. Time table for fort Wayne. Ind. Effect february 5th, 1s99. North bound. Leaves. A for grand rapids and North. 1 55 am for grand rapids and North. 8 50 am a for grand rapids and North. Pm from Richmond. S 40 am South bound. A for Richmond and cinnati.12.40 am for Richmond .7 10 am a for Richmond and Cincinnati. 15 40 pm prom grand rapids arrives.7 00 pm daily. Daily except sunday. a wheat weak Early but later Rex overed All decline. Increase in visible is noted heavy accretions to amount passage a better shipping demand at Seaboard a no inquiry Here. Time table effective Jan. 1, 1899. From fort Wayne. Going East. No. 2 fast Eastern express Dally 6 10 a n no. 10 Toledo Acconci ovation daily .8 20 a m no. 6 new England fast mall dally.11 63 a m no. 24 Atlantic express sex. Sunday .7 00 p m going West. No. 21 st. Louis Day express sex. Sunday.8 00 a a no. 7 Kansas City Cannon Ball daily.12 35 p m no. 5 government fast mall dally.5 42 d no. 3 st. Louis limited dally.8 15 p m Telephone Bell Home no. 6. 9�?lm3-9� All trains arrive at and Dopart from Van Buren Street Union i Ashe Safor Slation Chicago. Uniformed coloured porters attend first and eco and class Day to rough trains insuring scrupulously Elwin cars Enro Ute. Al Nickel i late a Sheula a trains i my. Kast Boom it. Wayne. 1>kpart st express. No. A. Kick plate express. No. 2. Kastern exp re a. No. 4. Ijo til l Rei Plit. 325 it 30s 8 30 f7 25 from it. V. Av.\-k. No part exp it so. Of. 5. Wisum exp Russ. No. 1. Kickel plate ice press. No. 3. Local freight. 2 05 u 20 435 t7 00 to daily except Sua Uay. Ligpit Type a. 31. Dark Type p. M throw Fth drawing room sleeping cars nos 2, 4 aug to Quot Loveland Erie Buffalo new Yore and Boston los. 1, 3 and 5 to Aro served at Quot up in Date Quot dining stations and in Nickel Plato dining cars at oppor a be meal hours. To daily except Sua Uay. Ligpit Type a. 31. Dark Type p. M throw Fth drawing room sleeping cars nos 2, 4 aug to Quot Loveland Erie Buffalo new Yore and Boston los. 1, 3 and 5 to Aro served at Quot up in Date Quot dining stations and in Nickel Plato dining cars at oppor a be meal hours. Ziaee Erie amp Western time table. Change time sunday oct. 3rd, 1s97. South. Leave no. 41 except sunday. 7 10 am no. 43 daily .4 15 pm no. 171, local freight.6 00 am North. Arr Vei no. 40 daily .11 40 am no. 42 except sunday .10 21 aos Ito. 17c. Ideal freight. 4 40 a Lake Shore amp Michigan Southern. Fort Wayne division from North. Going North. Arrive leave. A Iii Rignati express. express. 4 50pm a a Kex press. 11 45 am 3 1. Way freight. 6 55 am is daily except sunday. I a fort Wayne and a Esteban railway. Effective november 20th, 1898. East bound. Leave fort Wayne.7 06 am arrive Findlay .9 50 am arrive Toledo via c. H. A ,.10 40 am arrive Columbus via t. Amp A .2 30 pm leave fort Wayne. 3 15 pm arrive flndlay.6 00 arrive Toledo via c. H. A. 6 60 pm arrive Columbus via t. Amp A .8 50 pm West bound. Cleave Fediay. 7 50 am arrive fort Wayne .10 35 am leave Toledo via c. H. A .6 60 am arrive fort Wayne Morffi am Jeave Findlay. 1 25 pm arrive port Wayne. 4 07 pm leave Columbus via t. Amp A .10 45 am arrive port Wayne. 4 flt pm All trains daily except sunday. J. C. Peltier undertaker al a embalmer it Ware Wam Chicago feb. 6.�?after Early weakness the principal speculative commodities the Board Trade became firm and closed somewhat above the level saturday s final quotations. Tiie buying wheat the Early decline was a better character than has been observable since the break started Over a a Eek ago and this was the first time since it commenced that the closing Price was at an improvement Over that the previous Day. May wheat rested at 72%@72%c, being a above the previous session s final Price and la above the idles Point the Day. Corn and Oats were but mildly touched by the Early Frost in wheat and both closed with some gain. Provisions also recovered and closed at advances moderate proportions. A wheat news was not a nature to bring in fresh buyers this morning. The opening was weak at from 14c to a below saturday s closing prices. Liverpool quoted spot wheat lower and futures a lower. Mark Lane London reported a decline in English and foreign cheats since Friday last 6d a Quarter and american flour in a sack lower. The Quantity wheat Ocean passage increased 2,560,000 bushels last week and after the greater number places whose stocks comprise the visible Supply had reported it was apprehended that the total result would be an increase perhaps 500,000 bushels instead that much decrease As a Good Many had been expecting. The russian shipments for the week were Only 656,000 bushels which was the most encouraging feature the bulls could find in the Early items information. Domestic receipts were less indicative overwhelming reserves in Farmers hands than suggested by their previous volume. Chicago received 87 cars compared with 93 the corresponding Day last year. Minneapolis and Duluth got 621 car loads against 776 the preceding monday and 660 the similar Day 1898. A primary Western Market receipts were 825,000 bushels against 714,000 bushels a year ago. Atlantic port clearances wheat and flour exclusive Newport news were equal to 705,-000 bushels. The visible statement when completed showed 401,000 bushels increase compared with 580,000 bushels decrease the similar week 1898. The total the visible is now 28,984,000 bushels last year it was 36,022,000 bushels. A report present condition growing crop in France was in the main favourable. There was an under Cun ent opinion that the Home crop had suffered to some extent from recent cold weather but it was not considered sufficiently serious to offset about 3,000,-000 acres additional area sown to Winter wheat last fall. The official returns world s shipments to Europe were not quite completed but indicated about 9,200,000 bushels notwithstanding Russia s Small contribution. The Quantity Ocean passage was 2,560,000 bushels More than a week ago. Paris february wheat was 5 centimes higher later deliveries unchanged. Antwerp reported 12 centimes decline. A closing t rices Grain saturday and to Day. With to Day s Range closing open. High. Low. Feb.6. Feb. 4. Wheat May .72 $ .72l� $ .71vs $ .71% $ .72% july.70 .70% .69?4 -70% .70ys Corn May .37vd .36% .37�/� .36% july.37 .37% .37 .373 .37 sept .37% .38 .371/ .38 .37% to May.27% .28 .27% .28 .27% july.2g .26 .257� .26% .26 pork May .1 >.02v3 10.17��. 10.025 10.15 10.07 lard May .5.72y. 5.77u 5.70 5.77/2 5.70 july.5.82v 5.90 5.82 5.sir% 5.80 sept .5.92% 5.97y2 5.92v2 5.97y2 5.90 Short ribs May .5.o2v2 5.071/2 5.00 5.07v2 5.021� july .5.17v 5.20 5.12v&Quot 5.17v 5.121/2 sept. 5.30 5.321.� 5.25 5.30 5.25 Vic no. 2 mixed 28% no 2 White.  30%. A a a a Quot Rye Dull steady no. 2 nominally 66. Clover seed sold actively closing at a decline la i Fiz from saturday s a ures but steady. Prime old Cash $3.50 close $3.47% new do Worth about j3.80 March $3.92% close $3.85 bid. Receipts 204 bags shipments 650. New York fro Dyrce. New York feb. 6.�?butter�?receipts. 5.765 pkg firm Western Creamery 15%@ 19 Elgins 19 factory 12@14. Cheese re crypts 1,436 pkg firm Large White 10% Small White 11@11% Large coloured. 10% Small coloured 11@11%. Eggs receipts 8, 768 pkg steady West pm 19% Southern 18@19%. Sugar raw. Firm fair refining 3% centrifugal 96 test 4% molasses sugar 3% refined firm crushed 5v2 powdered 5% granulated 5. Live Stock. Cash . 2 red 71�72 no. 3 red 65@68 no. 2 hard 66 no. 3 hard 63@65. Rye no. 2, to go to store 55. Barley feed lots 413 Maltma grades 42 5<50. Seeds flaxseed no. 1 Northwestern spot sold at $1.18% Timothy $1.85@2.20 per 100 lbs Clover $5@6 per 100 lbs. Brand no sales reported. Hay Timothy poor to Choice $6@8.50 per ton Prairie poor to Choice from $4 to $8.50 per ton. Straw Rye $5 ��.50 wheat and oat $3.50 @4.50. The close no in other cities. Following were the closing prices in other cities to Day wheat new York March 79% May 76% july 75. St. Louis Cash 74 May 75% july Mvi. Duluth Cash 69% May 71% july. 71%. Minneapolis Cash 69% May 70% july 70%. Detroit Cash 72 May 74% july 72%. Milwaukee Cash 72. Toledo Cash 72 May 74% july 71%. Baltimore Cash 74% March 75%. Come new York May 41% july 42% st. Louis Cash 34% May. 35% july 35%. Baltimore Cash 39% March 39%. Toledo prices. Special to the journal Toledo o., feb. 6.�?Cash wheat cup May higher and july up haired at the close the produce Exchange today As compared with yesterday. Trade reached fairly Good proportions. May leading. Prices closed firm. No 2 soft red wheat 71% close. 72 no. 3 soft red no sales. May wheat 74%, 74, and close 75% bid july 72, 71%, and finally 71%. Com was Dull Selling at saturday s prices most the Day but closed firm at fractional Advance no. 2 mixed Corn. Be no d com 86% no. 2 May 87 july. 37% nos. 2 yellow and 2 White s7 nos. 8 yellow and s Iii ii. 86%. Oats Dull but steady at a decline Chicago feb. 6.�?hogs�?receipts for to Day 36,000 left Over 3,627 Market fairly Active mostly 5 cents lower Light. $3.503.65 mixed $3.55 g/3.80 heavy $3.50@ 3.85 rough $3.50@3.60 yorkers $3.60@3.65. Cattle receipts 14,500 Good grades steady others weak Beytes $4.00 g 5.90 cows and heifers $2.00@4.75 Texas steers s3.50@ 4.80 stockers and feeders $3.20@4.60. Special to the journal Stock Yards Cle Eland feb. 6.�?hogs�?receipts, 37 Market Active yorkers mediums $3.90 pigs $3.40 @3.50 Stags and roughs 2.75@3. closing quiet. Cattle Market steady. Special to the journal East Buffalo n. A. Feb. 6.�?cattle�?receipts, 130 cars Market slow to lower butchers$l.eo@5.00 shipping $1.80 @5.25 tops $5.40@5.60 cows and heifers. $2.75@4. stockers and feeders $4.00@4.50. Hogs receipts 80 cars Market steady yorkers $3.90@3.95 mediums $3.95@4.00 heavy $4.00@4.05 pigs $3.60@3.70. Sheep and lambs receipts 35 cars Market 5# 10c higher Good to Choice lambs $5.10@ 5.20 fair to Good $4.75@5.00 culls and common $4.25@4.50 sheep steady mixed $4.00 @4.25 culls and common $3.00@3.25 yearlings $4.25@4.50. Calves $5.75@ 7.50. The Money Market. New York feb. Call 2%@3 per cent prime mercantile paper 2%fg>3vi per cent Sterling Exchange easier with actual business in Bankers Bills at 4.8r %@4.s5vj for demand and at 4.83%@ 4.83% for 60 Days posted rates 4.84@4.84vi and 4.86 ,4.s6% commercial Bills 4.s2v>@ 4.83 Silver certificates bar Sil ver Oil mexican dollars 47. Government Bonds. New York feb. 6.�?government Bonds Strong. U. S. 3 Slot u. S. New 4 s registered .128� to. S. New 4 s Coupon. 128v u. S. 4 s112v4. In. S. 4 s Coupon. 112% to. S. 2 s99 t. S. 5 s .111% u. S. 5 s Coupon. 111&Quot Wall Street. New York feb. 6.�?Stock prices were extremely variable and ended with Only fractional net changes a majority which were upward. Many conflicting reports reached the Street As to the probabilities the confirmation i ejection the Spanish peace treaty and these were instrumental in so aying values. The first effect the uprising at Manila was disturbing. Stocks opened below London parity and then soon declined. L. E. Amp w. Preferred dipped 3%, Southern Pacific and numerous other shares a Point More. Tobacco ran off 2%, Ana later declined Over 6 Points the announcement a rival company having absorbed by an important concern. Traders Boullit the decline and prices improved. Although dealings were much contracted compared with recent averages prices Rose above saturday s closing. A number High priced stocks were conspicuous in recovery. Prices again fell off and presently Stop loss orders were reached in some cases and commission houses sold freely. Twin City rapid transit dropped 4, sugar Lead people s Gas Federal steel and Omaha sagged to the lowest. Toward midday the Market again worked upward with minor periods depression but gradually the top figures were generally reached. The fever is Ness which prevailed in the Early dealings gradually disappeared As the Day wore and Middle and Low priced stocks sympathized in the advancing tendency Gilt Edge stocks. In the final dealings there were slight recessions from the Best prices. The Bond Market slowed heaviness in the Early transactions but later improved in spots closing irregular. Sales were $4,000,000. U. S. Old 4 s Coupon advanced and 4 s registered and 5 s the Oil Market. Toledo o., feb. 6.�?Oil quotations today were As follows Tiona Oil .$1-25 Pennsylvania Oil .1.15 Barnesville Oil .1.05 Corning Oil .98 new Castle Oil .90 North Lima Oil .80 South Lima Oil .75 Indiana Oil .75 the fort Wayne Market. Saturday s depression in the local Market continued through monday s business. It was literally a Quot Blue Quot monday with the local buyers commission men and Millers. Very Little Grain any kind Watt offered for Saje by the Farmers but a considerable a Quantity Hay was the Market. Saturday s prices prevailed All along the line without a change. Flour and feed. Winter wheat flour $3.60#4.00 bbl Spring wheat flour $4.00@4.25 per bbl bran $14.00 per ton shorts $13.00 per ton middling $15.00 per ton Oil meal $1.30 per cafe Corn meal unbolted $1.00 per cwt bolted. $1.20 per cwt cracked Corn. $1.00 per cwt. Produce Market. Wheat 68c Corn 30@31c per by Oats 25 @30 per by Rye 58c per by Barley 25c per by Clover seed. $3.60 per by Timothy seed 80c@$l per by chickens 5<gi6c, per la dressed chickens 7�8c per la ducks. 6c per la dressed ducks 7@7%c per la turkeys 7@7%c per la dressed turkeys 9 gi0c per la geese 5c per la dressed geese 7c country butter i0@16c per la Creamery 20c per la eggs 13@14c per Doz rags 50@75o per Quot cwt bees Wax 20<3i22o per la Honey 12@14c per la tallow $3.00�<.50 per cwt cabbage 25o per Doz gees feathers. 40@45c per la dried apples 5@6c per la Wool washed 25c per la unwashed 16 g let per la onions 50�e0c per by apples $l00 g 1.26 per by potatoes 40c per by. Live Stock and hides. Pork foot $3,40 per cwt dressed pork $4.40 per cwt Green hides a per la cured. 9%c calf hides Green Loo per lbs ured Lac per la. Hay Market. Timothy Hay $6,00@6,50 per ton Clover Hay 6.00@5,60 per ton mixed 6,60�6.00 Straw wheat $4.00 oat $4.00. Cures croup sore Throat pulmonary troubles Monarch Over pain every sort. Or. Thomas elect rec Ball. St Louis feb. 6.�?frank Dehass Robison Cleveland accompanied by his family arrived Here this evening and registered at the Southern. Or. Robison declared that he would not be a bidder in person by representative for the st. Louis baseball club but when he was asked whether he would be Here with his team next year he answered Quot i Don t really he intimated strongly that the purchaser the club at Public Sale would secure nothing but the lease the ground the grand stand etc., and that the National league would have the say so about the franchise which it was inferred would be turned Over to Robison without bidding. He further intimated that if the court attempted to interfere with the league this Point there would be no club Here next season and that if a suit was brought for damages it would net nothing As the claim would be based the profits the st. Louis club for several seasons past which As everybody Lukows were the wrong Side the Ledger. Or. Robison s talk was in the nature a general notice to prospective bidders to Quot keep off the Wheeling ambitious. Springfield. Feb 6.�?Wheeling, w. Va., is after Springfield s place in the interstate league and will make a fight for it at the new Castle meeting february 34. Sam Nichols and Jack Glasscock Are Beliinda the Wheeling movement Castor a for in amp its and kind you Haie always bought bears the signature no one would Ever be bothered wit i constipation if everyone knew How naturally and quickly Burdock blood bitters regulates the stomach and bowels. Fought out a Duel. A pitched Battle in the streets Chicago. Chicago pc it a. 6.�?a feud Long standing that has existed Between two sets Young men reached a Climax at Midnight last night and a genuine Battle was fought in West Fullerton Avenue near High Street. Nearly hair a Hundred men took part in the affair and knives and clubs were freely used. Six men were badly injured and a dozen others received Sli Glit wounds. Caprivi is dead. Was Bismarck s successor As Chancellor Germany. Frankfort feb. 6.-general count von Caprivi the former Chancellor the German Empire died this morning at sky Ren near Crossen thirty two Miles from Here. Will succeed Harcourt. , feb. 6.�?at a meeting the Liberal members parliament at the Reform club the it. Hon. Sir Henry Camp Bell Bannerman formerly chief Secretary for Ireland and later Secretary state for War Walt i elected to succeed sir Vernon Harcourt As Leader the Liberal party. The doom Dreyfus. Paris. Feb. parliamentary committee by a vote 9 to 2, to Day the government s Bill providing that All cases trial revision be brought before the whole court cassation instead before the criminal Section that court. Everybody s liable to itching piles. Rich and poor old and Young terrible the torture they suffer. Only one sure cure. Doans ointment. Absolutely Safe can t fail. Porto rican affairs. General Henry reorganizes the government. San Juan de Porto Rico feb 6.�? governor general Henry has ordered the dissolution the insular Cabinet and substitutes for it the following departments state Justice finance and Interior. The order announces that it having become evident to general Henry after a careful trial two months that the insular Cabinet does not correspond with american methods Progress he declares its dissolution. Would you like to know some reliable person Cut town who has used Morrow s kid be Oid Sand recommends them so much has been said about Morrow s kid be oids and their Many Virtues by people living Here and near Here that we sometimes feel that kid be oids May have but a local reputation in the minds Many. This is not so kid be oids Are doing a wonderful work All Over the country Kansas Missouri Iowa Ohio Indiana Illinois and Many other states. The several states Are being worked by our agents systematically and it takes not Only months but years to cover the territory we would so much like to cover in weeks when the Good news reaches a City town that Morrow s kid be oids which Are Small yellow tablets not pills cure kidney disease Bladl Der disorder. Uric acid rheumatism aches and pains such As arise from a disordered condition the kidneys they wonder what this remedy is and How Jong the Market. When we say we have made kid be Olds for years and we have recommendations by the thousands they naturally think we Are falsifies because they never heard them. The old Maxim Quot a thing Worth doing at All in Worth doing is our motto. Consequently we cannot cover go Over the whole country at once. The Power Morrow s lad be Olds has been Felt wherever they have been sold and so they always will. We would respectfully direct your attention to d. A. Woods attorney. Residence 121 South Meilun Street. Kokomo ind. Or. Woods has used Morrow s kid be Olds with Stich great result that he has his own free will volunteered to reply to All who will write him for full information. Enclosing a two cent stamp for return po8ta.gre. To this can be readily seen will cause . Woods lots trouble and work but he does it for the be suffer Long humanity. Druggists All sell at so cents mailed by John Morrow amp co., chemists Sinins fled. sleep Johnson s kidney Nus nature a own remedy for the care Bright s disease congestion the kidneys bladder troubles drops Cal swellings gout gravel jaundice diabetes general debility sleeplessness nervousness female complaints and irregularities the kidneys and urinary 0r8an8 a positive cure for a diseases and blood impurities which Are directly indirectly caused by deranged action the kidneys. For Sale by All druggists Box 50 cents. Prepared at the Robason Laboratory la inc. Pella Dellila. A wholesale agents Groby Raz Iljins and Dreier it wanted Good hand elevator with weights. Libbing amp co., 39 East main Street. Wanted by responsible firm intelligent agents for a new straight honest business. Salary commission. No books insurance scheme. No capital required. Send reference. This costs nothing to investigate. Write purchasers Union. Phila., a. 7-and-9 anybody wanting their grapes fruit Trees Shade Trees trimmed please Call Alonzo Brownsberger 4t West Lewis Street drop postal and and i who Call. 2-1-lm. For Bents dwelling at no. 29 Bass Sti get. Desk room in office at no. 15 West main Street. 5 room House full lot Well improved to be sold at a bargain. Swayne amp Swayne 15 West main Street. 27-tf. Fob Bent no. 45 e. Main Street three Story Brick with Brick barn in rear. Will fit building to suit. L. J. Bobilya room 22 Bank Block. 20-tf for Sale. Fob Sale-400 gents ladies and children s $4.00, $3.00 and $2.00 shoes for 7.5c, 50c and Sec. Follow the crowd to Libbing amp co., 39 East main Street. Fob Sale at Schuman s 2s Clin ton Street 1 hair Safe 1 set double sur by harness i set Collar harness writing desks the Best air tight stoves that Burn their own ashes the Best line stoves in the City. Call and see them. All kinds furniture and carpets. Good top buggy for Sale cheap. Household goods wanted. 2-tf miscellaneous. All afflicted with a cough Long standing resulting from la Grippe weak lungs Haemorrhages should try my cough and lung syrup an old Indian remedy made roots and herbs. It has never been known to fall. Jail at 35 Fairfield Avenue. American investment co., advances Money to salaried people their own names without Security endorsement. Loans negotiated food securities. Room 4, trl state building Over Klinken Berer s drug coat Torini leads. Dyeing pressing and mending. Bring us your olt clothing. We will make it Good As new. We Are doing work for our Foremost citizens who will testify to our Superior workmanship. All we ask you is to give us a trial. We Call for and deliver All Lubs. 30 Harrison Street. Home Telephone 436. Odd Birds breeders Young Birds atthe Edna lofts. Barbs Fantail dragoons outside tumblers magpies homers posters jacobins owls bumpters and other varieties. Any one wishing to Purchase pigeons should visit the Edna lofts before trying As the Stock is from the Best known lofts in America and Are All mated for the Best results and every Bird sold will be guaranteed to be sound healthy and no. 1. Or Money cheerfully refunded. Prices $3.00 and up per pair according to Birds wanted. Address s0o e Wayne st. If if need Brown leghorn Buff Cochins White Plymouth Rock chickens Pekin ducks visit the Highland poultry Yards Quot Glasgo ave. Sheriff s Sale. Second National Bank Hamilton. Ohio., is. Ranald t. Mcdonald. No. 13074. In the Allen circuit court state Indiana. By virtue an execution to me directed and delivered by the clerk said court. In the above entitled cause i have levied upon and will expose for Sale by Public auction at the court House door in said county Between the hours 1 and 4 clock p. M., the 25th Day february 1899, the rents and profits for a term not exceeding seven years the following described premises Viz the West 20 feet lot 56 in old plat to the City fort Wayne. Allen county Indiana. And failure to realize therefrom the full amount the judgment interest thereon and costs. I will at the same time and in the manner aforesaid offer for Sale the fee simple the above described premises. Taken As the property the defendant to satisfy said execution. A. B. Mso Iching. Sherll Allen county. Breen and Morria attorneys for plaintiff. Jan. Sufon. 7-14. $ $ $ $. The j. F. Schell loan and investment co Loans Money City real estate at 5,& 6 per cent interest. Harm Loans made at 6 per cent Loans closed without delay. Offices 31 e. Berry and 62 Clinton Street phone 4s5. Office open evenings. Safe Deposit boxes for rent $ $ $ $ Money Money Money Tou cannot afford to borrow Monef any other plan than the tri state famous Dollar monthly plan because there is no commission you can pay fast slow and you Only pay interest balance due each six months. It la easier to pay a debt divided in Small amounts than All at one time. Do not sign mortgage payable in should Call at our office for fou particulars our new plan we lift is the Best in the state. $685,150.00 matured and paid to Stook it holders in 20 months. White National Bank. Capital $200,000. Surplus $60,000. Pays four per cent interest per annul time deposits. Safe Deposit boxes for rent at $5 per annul. Hamilton National Bank. Capital $200,000. Surplus $225,000. Four per cent per annul will be paid certificates Deposit if left four months. The old mole Blip. S. W. Comer Calhoun and Berry st. Stephen b. Bond president. Jared d. Bond cashier. Oliver p. Morgan vice president. James c. Woodworth assistant fort Wayne Trust ce., map ital 5s00,000.00, Corner main and court streets pays interest time deposits $1.00 and upwards. Loans made at a reason bib rate interest. The Allen co. Loan amp having association 32 East Berry Street. Has Money to loan at All times at reasonable rates. Stock issued to invt ors without fees. Office open daily from 8 a. To 6 a m. Real estate bargains. 80 acres All Black soil Price $2,000 u9 acres Well improved 160 acres All Black soil improved will sell Exchange for City property. I have business property to sell that pays 8 per cent interest the investment and also dwelling houses at half their Cost. Money to loan at lowest rate interest. L. J. Bobilya Boom Bank pianos Hare no a anal in b. Long us Calhoun 8trsbt.hattmsiey t sons. Plumbing and Gas sitting. Steam and hot water heating. Artistic Wood Mantela and fire place tile Rio Oral a Ainsoo Amray. Ble Elrio we run and six Ivy Gaa and bios Trio fix Tarmu 46 Alili 48 East main st. 1 1 t

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