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Fort Wayne Journal (Newspaper) - February 7, 1899, Fort Wayne, Indiana Hizir grower and Scalp cleaner for Over Yawara these highly meritorious preparations have stood at the head of All hair restoratives. More than 3,000,000 bottles have been used the american people and thousands of testimonials Bear witness to their excellence ii4iile there were never any complaints when directions were Foh owed. Mme your drug glut about a with the ads. The volum of i eight business on the Pennsylvania is enormous. Or. Joseph d. Harris of Pittsburg appointed assistant to or. A. H. Pol Hamus Road Foreman of engines Railroad gossip. Gibbons May Pope. American Cardinal is favored As successor to Leo Xiii Rome feb. 6.�?archbishop Ireland s arrival Here was the signal for the starting of quite a Little newspaper Boom in the behalf of Cardinal Gibbons candidature for the succession to the papal chair. A Good Many people Here believe that his candidature is certain to a serious Factor in Vatican politics. The corriere Delia Sera says the italian. Government would Welcome with pleasure a Pope of american origin because there might some Chance then of slackening the tension Between the Vatican and the Quirinale which is probable enough. The Arena says the Mere suggestion of Cardinal Gibbons candidature has caused great fear among the italian cardinals supposed to in the running because they know it would receive the support of All the foreign cardinals and a number of the italians. The freight traffic on the Western division of the Pennsylvania lines at this season is unparalleled in the history of the Pittsburg fort Wayne amp Chicago system. Instead of experiencing a Dull season All the cars and train Crews available Are kept at work Day and Niht a Oving the enormous traffic that is both received the Pennsylvania and transferred to the system other trunk lines East and West. Double headers Are constantly in use As they can pull a train of the capacity of two average freights. From thirty to forty through trains Are passing through fort Wayne daily Over this system in addition to the local freights. Joseph d. Harris promoted. Or. A. H. Polhamus Road Foreman of engines for the Pennsylvania yesterday received official notification from Headquarters that or. Joseph d. Harris of Pittsburg had been appointed assistant Road Foreman of engines vice Clarence Misner who. In the capacity of travelling fireman was or. Polhamus assistant. Or. Mirrer having been advanced to the Grade of Engineer was retired from the position As assistant Foreman of engines. Or. Harris is a machinist Trade and for Over a year has filled the office of inspector of new car work. Advanced to Engineer. Fireman u. H. Cour of the Pennsylvania was notified of his advancement to the Grade of Engineer and made his first trip at the Krottje yesterday on an extra freight. Mac h. Walton train master and or. A. H. Cent on the average and 50 per cent. In some instances. Moreover those reductions were invariably made before appointing the incumbents. Under the Spanish government the mayor of Santiago received $250 a Naonta. It general Wood reduced this amount to $100. The general impression Here confirmed reports received from other provinces is that the present conditions must change shortly. General Wood arrived unexpectedly to Day the Ward liner. No preparations could made to receive him on such a Short notice. Senor Bacardi the mayor is greatly chagrined. Some Day this week the mayor will hold a mass meeting in Honor of the military government at which the people will have an Opportunity to express their satisfaction at his return and approval of his course at Washington. General Wood held a reception at the Palace this morning and was waited upon the judges of the supreme court the mayor and other prominent officials All of whom assured him of their great pleasure at his Safe return. Of dangers of the grip. His i gushed. Or. Joseph Schlatter. Of Leo. Meets violent death. Falls under the wheels of his ice Wagon was a wealthy and respected citizen other deaths and funerals. The greatest danger from la Grippe is of its resulting in pneumonia. If reasonable care is used however and Chamberlain s cough remedy taken All danger will avoided. Among the tens of thousands who have used this remedy for la Grippe we have yet to learn of a single Case having resulted in pneumonia which shows conclusively that this remedy is a certain preventive of that dangerous disease. It will cure la Grippe in less time than any other treatment. It is pleasant and Safe to take. For Sale Dreier Bros. A cure Fob the blues. Brisk walk will form mental distraction. A few women Cut in honestly say that they have never had the one sometimes sees a cheery soul who will deny All knowledge of Quot doldrums Quot but she is usually a woman of remarkable health and full of business interests or one who literally has no time for moping. Such a woman is proof against any foolishness of the sort. But foolishness or not if things go wrong and if one feels tired and worried and discouraged one is prone to Mcconie despondent and Imaghi Tive and out of sorts with the world and it is then we have to look for that Silver Lin Polhamus Road Foreman of engines usually a Good brisk walk will bring Are still hard at work examining fire it to our a Dice. The physical exercise men for the berth of Engineer and and mental distraction one finds in the More advancements will probably made in the course of a few Days. Railroad gossip. Conductor r. C. Ross of the Nickel plate is very ill suffering with lung and stomach trouble. Engineers John Bottger j. E. Lynch the Arena adds that two of the most and t. E. Short of the Nickel plate prominent of the italian candidates for the papacy Are very ill. Vampa is suffering with heart trouble and Parrocha with diabetes. An English prelate who had a talk with archbishop Ireland this week made this statement to a correspondent Quot monsignor Ireland declares that he has not been summoned to Rome the Pope but has come on his own initiative. Before leaving America he had several conferences with president Mckinley and he brings a letter i oni the president to the Pope. Archbishop Ireland prefers not to discuss the objects of his visit. He wi41 Only say that High political and religious reasons induced him to come to Rome. Quot As for what is known As americanism he is confident that the Pope will not condemn that movement which is in perfect Accord Avith the canons of the Church nay More he believes the Pope will say a conciliatory word toward the movement and that the priests and people of the United states will receive it archbishop Ireland since has had an audience with the Pope and duly presented the alleged letter from president Mckinley. The newspaper Avanti professes to in a position to state that the archbishop Quot abjured the theories of americanism and admitted his errors Quot and suggests that his example will soon followed Bishop o Connell and Keane who according to the Avanti Are also badly tainted with the Avanti however is scarcely in a position to know what passed at the audience. All archbishop Ireland Witt say is that he was received with the greatest kindness the holy father. Odb. Buji Ltd s cough is sure to cure incipient consumption. This remarkable remedy will Stop the wasting away of the patient and in a Short time effect a cure. Odin t tobacco spit and smoke tour life Amy to quit tobacco easily and forever magnetic. Full of life nerve and vigor take no to . The wonder worker that makes weak men Strong. All druggists 50c or i. Cure guaranteed. Booklet and Sample free. Address Sterling remedy co. Chicago or new York. The senatorial contests. A the states Harrisburg pa., feb. Seventeenth ballot for United senator resulted Quay 19 Jenks 3 Stewart 1. Total 23. No Choice. Are reported ill with la Grippe. Or. George Ebner and his Crew on the Pennsylva Ajjia wreck train cleared up a wreck in the Yards caused the derailment of freight train no. 52, in just thirty five minutes. The Gross earnings of tie Wabash the first three weeks of january were $107,566 More than in the corresponding period of 1s98. An Inci amp ase of $49,-490 being shown the third week. Brakeman George j. Huber while going East on the Pennsylvania limited sunday night suffered an injury to his Back at Lima falling from the tender of the engine while adjusting the water spout. Frank Markey who has been employed As clerk in the office of the general Foreman of the Wabash shops has resigned his position to go to Springfield 111., to become chief clerk to general Foreman w. S. Cooper. E. A. Ford general passenger agent of the Pennsylvania lines West yesterday moved with his clerical Force into new quarters especially adapted to passenger offices on the second floor of a new Block at the Corner of eleventh Street and Penn Avenue Pittsburg. The following employees of the Pennsylvania shops were reported ill with la Grippe yester Day Henry Strang Man j. Kassen Fred Starkey Christian Schneider Chas. A. Babb Geo. Telley Harry Rogers Fred Menne Wisch and h. Kammer. Those Able to resume their respective duties were j. O Neil Patrick Scully George Bire line c. Yohey Henry bickness John f. Szink Henry Dick Meyer John Mcdorman Henry Roembke e. Mclaughlin Frank a. Vachon and will Fitzpa trick. Eight heavy freight locomotives have been from the Pennsylvania Road East of Pittsburg to the Pittsburg fort Wayne amp Chicago to help move the heavy business. At Way stations it is not at All uncommon to see ten freight trains going in one direction fifteen minutes apart and a Little later the same number of trains moving in an opposite direction fifteen minutes apart. But for the Long sidings the Pittsburg fort Wayne amp Chicago has for Many Miles being practically a second track it would impossible to prevent a congestion of business daily. West bound business with that Road is now fully As heavy As its East bound traffic which is unusual in february. -0 trouble at Santiago. Open air will sweep away the cobwebs of the brain As nothing else can. As a race we americans arc not fond of walking. To exercise too Little. We worry too much. We Tike life too hard. We Wear ourselves out in the Pursuit of rest. A loner vigorous walk Ever it Day is the Best tonic for the mind and body and an almost invariable Panacea for the of they Are gone to stay. Quot i was troubled with sick headaches and was advised to take Hood s Sarsa Parilla. After using six bottles i was cured Anc Quot. Have had no sick headaches since. I gave Hood s Sarsaparilla to my Little girl for stomach trouble and it cured her. We Call it an excellent Ida f. Eminger Wolcottville Indiana. Hood s pills Are the Only pills to take with Hood s Sarsaparilla. 25c. Home seekers cheap excursions to the West and Northwest. On february 21. March 7 and 21, the North Western line Chicago amp North Western r y will sell Home seekers excursion tickets at exceptionally Low rates to a Large number of Points in Northern Wisconsin Michigan Northwestern Iowa Western Minnesota Nebraska. North Dakota and South Dakota including the famous Black Hills District. Better own a farm Start now apply to nearest ticket agent or address a. H. Waggener 7 Jackson place Indianapolis ind. Or w. B. Kniskern 22 fifth Avenue Chicago 111. Of epidemic of la Grippe. F i. A a after r waa lad Aeed to 17 a Asoau kits i will never without them in the Bonse. Ii7 liver waa in a very bad shape. And my Bead bed and i bad stomach trouble. Now. Since taking Cascaret 1 feel Fine. My wife has also used a bib Ltd beneficial results for sour Job. Kkt Counci i Congress st., st. Louis to. Nombo. Palau blah pm in Ltd nth the o do 4hmd� lfeverj8iokea, we Ajeo. Or Gripe Loe. 26c. £0e. Cum c�l�o8trpatlon. A Mittag Jim for emmy. Chit Kimii la a my a m Rah Tao cuban authorities highly incensed Over reduction in their salaries. Santiago de Cuba. Feb. 6.�?an order was received Here yesterday from Havana not to tender to relieve the situation or to reconcile people Init ruled from a distance. Under its terms a deduction of 20 per cent is to made in the Case of All salaries exceeding $600 per annul. This is really the old Spanish tax always exceedingly obnoxious. It does not touch the Labouring class but strikes those who have most influence Over the working people mayors chiefs gendarmerie and judges ill the province. These off Cias bitterly protest against the injustice of this deduction for general Leonard Wood military. Govern or of the department of Santiago when reorganizing their offices reduced the Iala Rieb. Paid nearly five thousand of the residents of new Orleans afflicted with the malady. Or. R. Rankin proprietor of the Wayne hotel who has just returned from new Orleans where he spent the past three months reports that la Grippe is epidemic in the Crescent City nearly five thousand of the residents including men. Women and children being prostrate with the malady. The City is at the present time putting in a sewerage system the first to introduced and the streets Are a All open to admit of the laying of the pipes. To this condition of affairs the physicians attribute the severity and spreading of the epidemic. So much depends upon the purity of the blood that taking Hood s Sarsaparilla Many different diseases Are cured. A frightful Accident occurred at Leo monday afternoon whereby. Or. Joseph Schlatter one of the most prominent Farmers of that Section lost his life. Or. Schlatter who lived on a pretty farm site just across the River from Leo. Had been engaged in cutting ice from the River for his own use during the coming summer. This brother Benjamin and his son were working with him. They had loaded their Wagon with ice and had placed the Plank used As a Shute on top of the Load. Or. Schlatter was seated on the Plank driving the a earn to his ice House which stood in the Yard near his residence. As the team neared the ice House the front wheels dropped into a rut the Plank slipped Forward and the unfortunate Man was thrown Toi the ground Between the horses which became frightened and ran away. Or. Schlatter fell in such a position that one wheel of the Wagon passed Over his head crushing the Skull and causing instant death. Or. Noble of Leo was called but he found he could of no service As life had left the body even before he was summoned. Joseph Schlatter was born near Leo and always lived there. He was one of the most highly respected citizens of the country Side having always been noted for the uprightness of life and his honest dealings with his Fellowmen. He had accumulated much of this world s goods and he leaves a Large family to enjoy the fruits of his labor. He was forty one years old and was a member of the new Amish Church. About sixteen years ago he was married to mrs. Laura Rau Haus Conrad and besides Nis wife he leaves the following children. Bertha Polly. Otto Louisa. Ida Harmon and Mamie. Two Brothers survive the deceased. Christian b., and Benjamin o. Schlatter both of Leo. And four Sisters. Mrs. Mary Conrad and mrs. Magdaline Levy of Leo and misses Josephine and Leah. Of Toledo. Or. Christian c. Schlatter. The hardware dealer of this City is a Cousin of the decs ised. The funeral arrangements have not yet been completed but it is probable that the services will held wednesday afternoon. Blakesley. Mrs. Mary Blakesley died at her Home in Chicago. Saturday. She was the wife of John , formerly a Cabman in this City. The family removed to Chicago some years ago and the wife soon became a victim of consumption. She was fifty seven years of age and was a member of the third presbyterian Church. The a it Mains will brought to this City on Pennsylvania train no. 20, at 12 30 o clock to Day and will conveyed to Lindenwood cemetery where services will conducted at the Chapel the Rev. J. A. P. Mcgaw. M Guire. The death of Samuel Mcguire occurred at his Homo in Cedar Creek township last thursday. Death was due to pneumonia and his last illness was of but a few Days duration. Nohe. The of . Rosina Nohe will take place at s 30 o clock to Morrow morning from the residence and at 9 o clock from the st. Paul s Catholic Church. Ito an. The funeral of mrs. Margaret Hosan will held at 8 30 o clock this morning from the and at 9 o clock from the st. Patrick s Catholic Church. A solemn requiem mass will Sung. The Rev. Father William Hogan son of the deceased will the celebs it. Hutchinson. The funeral of Thomas Hutchinson will held at 2 o clock to Day from the Wellman undertaking Parlours. Interment will at Lindenwood. Wibbeke. The funeral of mrs. Sophia Wiebke will held at 1 30 o clock this afternoon from the residence and at 2 o clock from Emanuel lutheran Church. Just been released from jail where he had served a term for vagrancy the police have been notified that e. C. Cram fell agent for the american express Coin Pany at Liberty Center ind., disappeared taking with him $350 of the company s Money. It is thought he got drunk and came toward fort Wayne. Patent infringed. William f. Kessler claims to i he society. Miss Emma Becker is on the sick list. Miss Margaret Stemen has returned front Bucyrus o. Miss Krimmel of Douglass Avenue is quite ill with the grip. Miss Gertrude Stokeley of Toledo is visiting miss Helen Mohr. Miss Loretta Fletcher has returned from a visit in Logansport. Mrs. Joseeph King is in Huntington attending her sister who is very ill. Mrs. Cheesbro of Andrews is the guest of mrs. Estelle Slagle of Lakeside. Mrs. Emma Richards of Chicago is the guest of her Niece mrs. A. W. Mungen. Or. Myers was in Kendallville yesterday called there the illness of mrs. Brillhart. The ladies of the Caledonia club will hold a High Tea at their club rooms this afternoon. Miss Jane Dignin who has been the guest of friends in the City has returned to Leo. The wedding of miss Gustie Poulson and or. Henry Lenz will occur wednesday evening. Or. Will Ward has issued invitations for a party at his Home on thursday evening. Mrs. A. J. Eder of Defiance. O., is the guest of her father or. K. J. Bauer for a few Days. The Council of jewish women meets this evening at Standard club Hall. Rabbi Cohn will deliver a lecture on Isaiah. Miss Rose Nabor who Kas been the guest of miss Stella Mossman and other friends returns to Day to North Manchester. Or. And mrs. Hockemeyer of Madison Street entertained the Jolly eight very pleasantly at their Home saturday evening. Mrs. Ben Rothschild entertained informally at cards last evening in compliment to miss Becker of Albion neb., who is a visitor in the City. Mrs. May Cole who has been visiting her sister mrs. Teagarden for several months left yesterday accompanied her son Charles for California. Mrs. Ben Metker and son Walter and miss Laura Metker have returned from Woodburn ind., where they attended the wedding of miss Anna Nicholson to or. Reuben mcmullen., or. And mrs. George w. Steinacker entertained the o. N. Club sunday evening at progressive Pedro. Or. And mrs. Henry Kramer won the first prizes and. The boobies were won mrs. Mike itchy and or. Louis h. Gocke. A delicious supper was served at the close of the game. A delightful Little company at progressive whist was Given in compliment to miss Irma Becker of Albion neb., and the misses Irene and Gertrude Steinfeld of Detroit yesterday afternoon miss Maud Hirsh. The first prize was won miss Gertrude Steinfeld arts the second miss Ida Oppenheimer. Other ladies present were mrs. Herman Freiburger mrs. Frederick Cohn , miss Rosenthal miss Schoenfeld miss Friend miss Selma Shaska and miss Lamley. A three course luncheon was served at the close of the game. A Man who neglects his health is Sailiai his Craft of life in dangerous seas. To cannot too soon awaken to the fact that a is Imp riling his most precious endow ment. All the wealth in the world All Tea Power in the world All the pleasure in the world All the love and poetry and Mysia and nobility and Beauty Are but dust in tha Mouth of the Man who has lost his health. Keeping healthy Means looking aft Enthat disorders that ninety nine men in a Hun dred neglect. You cannot get the Avriam every Day Man to believe that indigestion or bilious Ness or Cost Veness or headache or loss of sleep or appetite or shakiness a the morning and dullness through the Day amount to much anyway. He will Quot Pooh Pooh Quot at you until some morning to wakes up and finds himself sick Abed. Then he will Send for a doctor and find out to his Surprise that All these disorders Hava been but the danger signals of a big malady that has robbed him of his health possibly forever. It May consumption or nervous prostration or malaria or rheumatic no or some blood or skin disease. It matters not they All have their inception in the same neglected disorders. Or. Pierce a Golden medical discovery makes the apr Petite keen the digestion perfect the liver Active the blood pure the nerves steady and gives sound and refreshing sleep. It is the great blood maker and flesh builder. It tires 98 per cent of All cases of consumption. In fact bronchial Throat and lung affections generally yield to it. Med it Cine stores sell it. One or two at bedtime cure constipation a or. Pierce s pleasant pellets. The Regn late and invigorate the stomach liver an4 bowels. By All Medicine dealers. Of interest to horse owners. The suit of William f. Kessler is. Herbert for infringement of Patent rights was filed before commissioner t. J. Logan monday. The Patent rights involved Are claimed to have been issued to or. Kessler and others As the original inventors of a certain kind of Cigar lighter and Kessler claims that inks has appropriated his Patent. Another Case in which the same Cigar lighter is involved and in which Kessler is the defendant is still pending in the United states court Here. The Hon. R. S. Taylor is solicitor for Kessler in both cases. O Anthe Fiig tue of 441 no Man can cure consumption. You can prevent it though. Or. Wood s Norway Pine syrup cures coughs colds bronchitis sore Throat. Never fails. O Bathe big Naton of >t1i6 kind add Haw always Bong trouble for the chinese. Tinder the Spanish regime quite 30 per Omaha neb. Feb. 6.�?there is trouble in sight for All the chinese in the United states resulting from the total disappearance of the chinese who were admitted to the country in order to take part in the trans Mississippi exposition. Inspector James Stone of the government service is in Omaha investigating the situation. He says the government has determined As the Only Means of locating the Omaha Fuger Tives to round up the chinese in every City in the country and those that cannot produce their certificates of residence will deported. U. Z. Butz. In Vii . Fire Accident. Use and Lilac Unity. 82 Chalboub Street police and Justice courts. The Case of William Henze jr., which was to have come up in Justice Buller Mann s court to Day. Has been postponed until ? o clock thursday afternoon. Attorney e. V. Emerick will appear for the defendant. A a Louis Banet proprietor of a Columbia Street Saloon together with two girls Freda Moore and Maude Ryan. Inmates of his place were fined $5loo and costs each in the court of Justice France. Banet stands convicted of running a House of ill Fame and the girls of prostitution. As none of the Trio seemed to have Money they All went to jail for Twenty Days. A a a Jesse Felker was sent to jail for fifteen Days for drunkenness. John Kennedy paid a Fine of 5 and costs for frequenting a gaming room and a charge of assault and Battery which had been lodged against him was dismissed. A a a Jacob Shoop was Given eleven Days in jail for drunkenness. He accumulated a jag and almost death near the Globe Mills saturday night. A a it a the mayor sentenced Vii Liam Cook to fifteen Days in jail for being drunk and for begging on the streets. The Man had for la Gripr-3. Thomas Whitfield amp co., 240 Wabash Avenue Corner Jackson Street one of Chicago s oldest and most prominent druggists recommend Chamberlain s cough remedy for la Grippe As it not Only gives a prompt and Complete Relief but also counteracts any tendency of la Grippe to result in pneumonia. For Sale Dreier off for Europe. President of notre Dame University will gone pour months. Notre Dame ind., feb. 6.�?the very Rev. Andrew Morrissey president of notre Dame University left Here today for a four months trip to Europe. The improvement of father Morris sey s health is one object of the journey. Besides this he will visit the european universities and will travel extensively in great Britain Belgium a Foj Anjany and France. He will also vis it it mgt me where he will hold a Consulta to Ith the Superior general of the congregation of one holy Cross. Father Morrissey s experien6c> and High standing in roman Catholic educational circles in this country will it is expected of great value to the head of the order to which he belongs. While president Morrissey is absent the administration of affairs of the University will in the hands of the Rev. James French vice president. The Best the lightest the cheapest. Can put on in one half minute and can taken off in five seconds. Will not break or crimp the Tail and protects it from All mud and Stormy weather. For Sale All leading harness dealers or fort Wayne Tail cover co., 4 e. Columbia st., fort Wayne ind. Retail Price. 35c. Hin Dipo restores vitality the great Madea Weh Man of me. French remedy produces the above result in 30 Days. Cures a Yaj impotent varicocele failing memory. Stops ail drains and Quot ids Tigai Hood and old men recover Youthful vigor in a a _ a tops _ losses caused errors of youth. It wards off in sanity and consumption. Young men regain Man gives vigor and size to shrunken or is. And fits a Man for business or marriage. Easily carried in the Vest pocket. Price a pc 6boes2.50 mail in Plain pack>3ij if i 0.aee, with written guarantee. Or. Jairo Harra. Paris Gross it Pella Nso druggists fort Wayne. Ind. Removal will located at our new quarters 135 Calhoun Street Between washing ton and Jefferson streets. Greatly increased Stock of furniture carpets Etc. J. Y. Shoaff amp co., people s outfitter. Hore Money Tor missions. Wabash ind., feb. 6.�?mrs. A. M. Atkinson of this City has Given to the Christian women s Board of missions $1.000, the same to go into the society s general fund. Mrs. Atkinson has been one of the leading members of the organization since its inception and has Given other Large sums. Captain a. M. Atkinson who. Was the founder of the Christian ministerial Aid society has Given Over $10.000 to that and other Church societies. A you have tried a i and tried to cure your rheumatism without the Aid of the never fail rheumatic remedy. Have you succeeded our remedy has made Many True friends and great cures. One third of a bottle cured a Case of ten years standing and has also been estimated As being Worth five Hundred dollars a bottle others. It Etisone m a Dicine comp a fort Wayne. Or at your druggist. Lio to for Fly lentil guaranteed tobacco Babit cure makes weak men Strong blood pure. Soe. Al. A drug lists. Of Mio vey to jl.oa1v on irea.1 estate act of Peir Ohari. I Eib sub basses Loolu i have a Large number of improved farms from 40 of 400 acres each for Sale or Trade at very Low prices. Will show these farms to anybody that wants to buy or Trade for a farm free of charge. Don t fail to see me before buying. My list of City property is a Complete one. Some very Good investments and rare chances for anyone wanting a Home. Money to loan at Low rate of of Sis f. Gubdes.8 Zajf 9 Pixley Loog u

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