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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - February 14, 1895, Fort Wayne, Indiana A Hie Monroig Ville in cd Spain products 3,000,000,000 coring a year Aud the other countries pull them. A Cincinnati Susji under company has suspended but to a Ali at a its regular business of Cours i. Bill Dalton it i and Bill Cook jailed till Doolin do i i. Indian territory is passing bad la Ilis with Connie unable real. Trio a Hila Loli i i Ili Cord says that in Japan thu while is Lay my Only by Mon of rank. In this c ulry it is chiefly play d by Ihor who Aro rank. In sob or Zarni Storss inn l. Sullivan is not an actor. In or haps Liat is Why he Nev it Rex a Niles Hilins it f to in caught in Sacii a condition on Trio Ihn Lional Minn Ai it Ltd Lis girls a bending Ion gets to in Dorim Blixt. Inv a beef Cruiess d shirt a a of miss King. Tiki to oat is would look better on his victim s Gra v or in his own. A Boston Paprin says Liat a in the pretty Kussian word Zas Vidt Lols tvo Vanvyve. Latin. Crop k and a san sri in All in so Miour Asthenia Paresis and lockjaw. It is said Liat col. Brec Kinin Illge wants to go to tie Sandwich islands As minister to Hawaii. If the colonel Wal make it Patagonia we believe the matter can arrange d without any Opito sit Ion Ali Aielt r. Still another Caci no a Citize a Sta Biml in the Ortli citizen. Horrible a Stab wound in the North end of a poach Ash citizen Neaily always provi s fatal. Flu a were the police v chief Tannd r i Law cheated the Gallows by hanging himself with a Towel. The Eastern papers claim Titis. A is the first instance of modern years in which an Indian has committed or used a to Twel. If Russell Sage is to be Avor ried by lawyers and damage suits for the rest of his natural life he Prol ably regrets that he did not face Norcross bomb at once and be done with it eight san Francisco victims of a Pold Brick swindler visited together in jail the Man who had defrauded them. Seldom outside of an Asylum is so much Peculiar intelligence collected. Each of the eight must have been proud to it make the others \ a Tennessee editor believes that if whisky were not taxed it would become 80 cheap that its Sale would give Little or no profit hence the great majority of the saloons would disa it Pear. There May be something of truth in this but the idea originating with a Tennessee editor makes the whole scheme look the court charged the jury in the Russell Sag it Laidlaw damage suit that if Sage grabbed a Laidlaw deliberately to use him for a shield from Norcross bomb a verdict must be rendered a Faa or of Laidlaw but if Sage grabbed the clerk instinctively the latter could not recover. The verdict shows that the jury decided that t Uncle Russell grabbed instinctively As usual. The loss of the Steiner Chicora is Only another proof of the risk run by boats upon thu Inland seas after the storms of win r have s to in. For Winter navigation they not a cd to be As stanch Aso Ltd can vessels to resist wind and water As Strong and almost As Well 0 Iii cd and provisioned As Arctic exploring Craft. The qui Kly formed ice the narrow wafers Liat limit tearoom and the shallow shores Are a constant menace to will or navigation. Nevei the less the profit and usefulness of it will a doubt a Day increase rather than diminish its extent and tilt necessary precautions for safety from tie Ever present perils. In some of the states the courts construe the Laws most lib Era 11 y�?1 i be re 11 y to w a re u n d ser v i no foreigners Hai shy toward the Long Suffi ring peo it Avaio Art compelled to acct it Tiu Mii As Fudlow citizens. Per liar s the to us has Luau d. That it a ourt of common plot sat Pittsburg penn., has rec Nutly adj it d Ruti s to co vim naturalization cases Lii he will greatly diminish that Par f of Tju business of that court. The n a a Gay rules fire Tui Aji pliant for naturalization to give Pirl lie notice in a news paper two a it eel its before it the ? time for a la Aring of his application. Lovery applicant Jiust. Be Able to so Peak Banff read the English language and in Iii petition he must declare under oath that tie Exi cases of his application Are not paid or to be paid by any political i arty or committee or any person representing or acting for the same. After that it will remain to be determined whether the applicant is a attached to the principles of the Constitution of the United states and Well disposed to the Good order and happiness of the a rigid enforcement of the naturalization Laws of the United states w Ould indeed de bar unworthy persons from Complete citizenship. Unfortunately such an enforcement of the Law has been the exception and not the vile. It is further misfortune that in Many of the states naturalization is not required As a condition for voting. Are you descended from a Rich eni Lish fax Nily whose youngest son not knowing he was the heir Canie to a uus Ica in Ord r to let come one of your or a at grandfathers. And we Hose de Semi wants Are entitled each to an to qual Eliare in ,700, k 0.<xwhich has accumulated in tie Bank of Longland since his d a ath you probably Art and if you Are you no doubt belong to a society or have contributed to fund for conducting a suit for to hts re Tov try of this Money. I Here Are about five hindi re my Sulci organizations in thu country and it is easy enough to both gang to one even though you an not h Sec used from a famous family. But an association of Liis sort will i Ualk you to by Injo Atiz Avioli the two Phila de j hians who live such an Stati to recover and Avaio Havi just ism u such As Windh is let a a Narr no in int d Man in Minnesota. The rear Ltd Swindl a is of tin s sort. I i i s. But of course your Coni any is All right. One Drc w. A Down i ast judge has decided Fth it if a Pei son Stopp Ltd a on the in Oad gives his of her Money us ii d a Inland in fear of bodily jux Ril it is not in no in rtt Beix a. My thoroughly sea Sou m1 old highwaymen exp ii d no he is of him. To on a a Ertain tie late Lanny item ii Bias Walling Uit on ill Higi Iway in Sifain heard i Nisida Ltd alled up Ltd a in a very plaintive one to in Stow a. Coin into tin hat of a beggar and Tom re in Side the Road sure enough was tie hat and a goodly Assort unit coins eve i Gohl ones already in it. But cil did not Minu Diatel set a thu beggar who was pamily conf aled in the Brush. Looking Aroul him however. Ii did Minu Diatel see the muzzle of a gun in a most Zuj peasant proximity to his own person. Ilis Eye wit i the rapidity with Wlinich eyes will do such things in an along the barrel of thu i Ltd be. And Tipert at the other end of it was the face of the beggar with his Luad cocked on one Side and his right be opposite to the lower sight. At this Momi it tie plaintive Ajic Al was rep at he. And it Jil feeling suddenly Char ital de dropped a Coin into the hat and inn ried on. This of course was not Hig Luvay robbery. It Illier w As the Case that judge Drew has decided upon. Chokin if in cattle. Some Heni in the past few months i have read of this Renu by for a choked animal take a round stick in diam Etc a Perli aps 1 or 2 inches and in h ugh d or s inches tie a Cord on each a us. And j it it in the animals Mouth the same As a bit in a horse a Mouth tying the Cord Back of the horns. Vast a awning i found a Nice la Ifer with an Apple in her Throat. She was quite badly bloat d in fact in a condition where Sonny thing must let a done for Relief soon or i Sli Ould be minus a Heifer. B a ing alone i Codd not push it Down and to snap it out with my Thund s was impossible so i tried the stick in the Mouth remt by. It worked like a Charm and in forty minutes from the time the still a was it in la r Mouth the aple had by come soft and gone into her stomach. As i remember the idea Gilt a a it was that the kept Ping the Mouth open i n a a used attempting to Swallow an Ltd that Avold i event the bloating and Tui working of the Tongue Widd creat i saliva which i would dig St the Apple or potato or wha Tevi r might be the a but it dots not matter what the theory was practically it is a Success and the remedy is Worth putting in your hat when Ltd you will not Foi get it. This one instance has saved in a enough to pay tie Cost for the year of a Vei a agricultural paper i Tak % and i wish to i resent it to others through your paper. A country gentleman. W idols and widowers. Statistics prove that there Are fewer widowers Tiu in widows in tie world. In Switzerland for instance the number of widowers per thousand Ltd of the male population Over fifteen years is sixty while that of tie Wido avs of the female population of the same age is one Hundri a and Twenty seven. Where two or three w Ido Wcur a succeed in contracting a second marriage scarcely one widow Avill have the like Chance. And Ytit the pro portion in Switzerland is a comparatively favourable one. In Here is no eur Roux an country in which the number of wih it is Are not at Huist twice As Large As that of the widowers. In England for exam Jile tilt average is one hindi cd and fourteen to Lifty four. In Italy on Lindred and thirty six to sixty in Franci oni it Hundri my and thirty int to seventy three a highly favourable tip sur while ier Manju and More est scially Austria shows the most in Favorale it be Proi ortion Nasik by our winidred and thirty widows to fifty widow is and one Hundred and Twenty one to forty four respectively. A Many a disposition depends Largel upon the kind of a stomach he lashed to coast swept by a tidal wave. Great Kain wrought at Halifax Lios ton shipping and fall Kiver warehouses severely damaged Cleveland a cat boat w rocked. Destruction widespread. That a sea int Lla Liliie x. S., Friday higher than for yours. The Stu i of water reached the strength of a tidal wave and Rei Orts Are porn ing in Ironi All directions along the coast tilling of tie destruction of property. A dispute ii or it it i Ortli Sydah y tells a awful Story of d it Striction on the Island of Cap i . The was was the result of tuesday s Stone. At Halifax to it qty tvo houses and slips w a i a was lied away. Nothing was saved. At Middle head All that fish Stor s were so a it away. At new Halen All the wish Ston s Aud residences Are gone making a total of More than 100 buildings now known to have been swept away during the storm. far As known no lives were lost. The storm came to a sudden Terin nation at 4 o clock Friday afternoon. Boston i i Orts u tidal wave along the new England coast doing vast damage to Quill and wharf prox ties and shipping. Ilo Uccat r. New Bedford fall Kiver i it Sun with and Portland harbours suf fed thu most Aud the full extent of the Damag it farther North will not be known for St veral Days As the blizzard has Buri cd Wir it s and Cut off Coninis Nicator n with ii Unity places. When 1h<�?~ wave Lirose upon Jlouis Asti r Harbor dog bar was a fearful sight the Hrc it bikers making a Chat an breach across thu it whole Mouth of the Hai-1�or. It l Roke comi lately Over the Lighthouse on thatchers Island and for the first Tini a in forty years Minot s Light hons a was of Troi i de by 111� water. The wave at Portsmouth Harbor did Dama i to Railroad wharf i it property and drop the three Nasti d Schooner Nathan Jlawrence from \ a Ort news to Portland Hiiro Ami dry on i Ltd Rry a in Point. Along Buzzard s Bay vast damage was done and the wave dallied in resident cd Veland s Hathoat Ruth against tie Railroad Bridge two Mih s away from its an Ltd Horage break Iii it into toothpicks. Bridges w a re carried away along the Cape and trains Are stalled. At fall River the wharves of the fall River line fall River and Providence Steamboat you Pany Cook Borden Lum Fer company and outlier Large wharves at re blood cd. In a storehouse owned by Bodon amp Remington about 100 Bales of Cotton. barrels of Cement 4.000 barrels of Lime 100 hands of plaster and some Oil wer Ltd stored there. The wetting of the Lime caused a big l Laze and �,000 3ama.i,m�?~ was done. At now Bedford the Ibsen fonts of several Mills were already sold. Negotiations completed for disposing of $ >2,400,000. Nobody guessed the facts about the. Bond Sale As to the amount of Bonds the terms of Sale or the Ini Thod that would be taken to inform the Public As to the particulars of the transaction. The secret was Well guarded and the result shows that eve Ltd ii those who thought Vliem selves Best i Afonik d were deceived. Speculation had credited the administration with a det a uni nation to sell anywhere from Quot 0.000. K 0 to .$2 ,0 h ,000 in Bonds bearing anywhere from 4 to 5 per cent., running from ten to thirty years at an upset basis of from 8 per cent to per cent. I lie last Semi oficial misinformation that was allowed to leak out through Treasury d apartment sources fixed the amount at .$100.0 k ,000 and tie basis at per cent. The truth As finally disclosed by the president in his special message to Coli inc is that a private Sale of $ 2.4 k�,000 in 4 per cent thirty year Bonds had been la Goti ated on a basis of it 4 tier c it. Was in the nature of a sensational Surprise. The president says a since Iny i recent communication to Congress calling attention to our financial condition and suggesting legislation Wlinich i deemed i a Montial to our National welfare Ami credit the anxiety and a porch mision then existing in business circles have contain Ulm. As a i recant on therefore against the failure of legislative Aid through congressional Ai it Tion cautious preparation is have been pending to Ems loj to the Best possible and Tage in default of better Means such executive authority As May without additional legislation be exercised for the purpose of re enforcing and maintaining in our try usury an adequate and Safe old Reserve. In the judgment of those est scially charged with this responsibility the Busic ass situation is so or Itidal and the legislative situation is so unpromising with the omission thus far on the let Art of the Congress to Ben a of Delally Ltd a Large the a towers of the Secretary of the tri usury in the i premises As to enjoin Iii mediate executive action with the facilities now at hand. Therefore in Pursi an ctr of Section ,�?~700 of the r Vised statutes the details of an arrangement have Liis Day been Eon Chuh d with parties abundantly Abhat fulfil their undertaking whereby Bonds of the United states authorized under the act of july 14, 1875, let Amble in Coin thirty years after their Date with Iii ter it it to e rate of 4 per cent Ler annul to thu ii mount of a Little h is than it a Uto,00 Are to but a issued for the i Purchas a of Gold Coin amounting to a sum slightly in excess Oft to b a it i Vered to the Treasury of the United states which sum added to the Gold now held in our Reserve will so rest in such r serv a As to make it amount to something More than 100.00t .000. Such Premium is to be allowed to the Jovern us it upon the Bonds a. To fix the rate 3f interest upon the Auk iut of Gold realized at the rate of per cent per annul. At least one half of tiie Gold to be obtained is to be supplied from abroad which is a very important and Fayo Rable feature of the of their work at Washington. Detailed proceedings of Senate and House Bills passed or introduced in either Branch quentious of moment to the country at Large. The legislative grind the District of Columbia appropriation Bill was passed by the Senate tuesday after amendments to Coin the Silver seigniorage and to Issue Bonds were ruled out. Messes. Mitchell and Harris had an altercation in the Senate in which the words a Sun gentlemanly and a a contemptible were used. Debate on the currency Bill was begun in the House. Or. Reed who offered a substitute said the trouble was caused by insufficient Revenue. The Chicago Post office Bill passed the Senate wednesday without objection owing to very Clever work by Illinois members. The democratic majority in the Senate has been eliminated by the Entrance of Clarence d. Clark of Wyoming. The attention of the House was occupied with the Bill to authorize an Issue of $500,000,000 Gold Bonds. No vote was taken. The administration currency Bill was Defeated thursday in the House the vote being 184 to 101. Reeds and Cox a substitutes were beaten l y larger majorities. The joint Resolution for a sir a by for a Shii canal to connect the headwaters of the Wabash with Lake Michigan will be favourably reported to the House. Senators debated the item in the diplomatic and consular Ion Bill providing for the hiking of a Cable to Hawaii. A re not giving the correspondence with european countries regarding the Tariff Law was sent to the Senate by the presid it. By a vote of 8 it to l�?T5 the Senate saturday decided to l in a Cable to Hawaii and appropriated to b it Gin the work. The Senate passed the diplomatic and consider appropriation Bill and listened to eulogies on the late senator Stock Bridine. The House ways and Means committee debated the in residents Bond message. Much o position to the Stii a lation for payment in Gold was manifested. In committee of the whole the House voted to place individual clerks of members on the annual salary Roll. Resolutions defining the policy of the government in regard to Gold and Silver and one arraign ing the management of the Pacific roads and directing the attorn Ltd general to begin foreclosure proceed Ings were presented in the Senate monday. Corr a six Ondelee and reports a it it Gard ing the by bring sea fisheries we h sent to the so Nate by president a a Veland. The Senate committe it on the judiciary will report advers Ltd the nomination of w. M. Campbell to be marshal of Minnesota. The House agr Elt a to tie Seii Ite amendments to the Chicago Post office Bill and it went to thu president. The House completed Conidi ration of the legislative Bill Vith thu it it Scep Tion of the paragraph reciting to pension Odices. A Bill to incorporate a a oui any which proposes to Lay a it Ash to Hawaii Australia and to an was presented in the House. Thei Eagle nevertheless. Some one tells the lit tue Aiu Cote regarding the almighty Silver Dollar it when our first Silver dollars were to be coined it avas proposed to it lace an Eagle on the reverse Side of the Coin. The ado Jitian of the Eagle As a National Emblem avas opposed by congressman on the ground Liat the King of Birds ought not to b made the Emblem of a nation that had repudiated Kings. Judge Thatcher con a a i Essman from Massachusetts then proposed the Goose As being a a Himble Republican Bird and suggested further that it Avold be advantageous inasmuch As the goslings might cd it veni Ltd Nutly be placed on the dimes and other Small coins. The merriment that followed at the expense of or. Lyon avas greater than his choleric temper Cox old in a. And he at once sent his Page to judge Thatcher with a dial Lenge to a Duel. The judge declined. A what a shouted or. Lyon a Zavill you be branded As a Clavard a a yes a replied the judge a i alaways was a Clavard. Andje of Noav it or Yon Avold inca or have sent me the another Volley of laughter Follo aved and or. Ivyon a Isely concluded that there avas no use trying to fight an enemy Avaio tired nothing but jokes. They became avar i friends aftera Ards. But the Eagle avas placed on our coins. Worthy of a position. In the. Of lice of the Chicago police commissioners a fear Daj s ago a number of gentlemen Avert discussing the a savers of policemen found in some of the papers secured under the new civil service rules the discussion brought to the mind of one of the coins Mission ors a Story he had heard in connection Avith one of the civil service examinations for positions As letter carriers in Chicago. One of the applicants avas a negro Avo on account of an injured hand avas being Given an Oral examination. H a stumbled along in a Way finding some kind of answer to All the questions until he avas suddenly asking a what is the Ca Wiital of Texas a i he Darky avas in a it Iti Andary. He did t Noav. But he did Avant the position. He studied for an a Saver for fully a minute. Then his face brightened. A a a Long a he exclaimed. A a Yong be fooling me. I Doan want to deliver letters in Texas. 1 wants to deliver letters in a pertinent paragraph a your country if right should be kept right if wrong should be put is a political Maxim which paraphrased applies to other conditions of life thus our health if right should be kept right if Ayrong should be put right especially a bodily ailments such As pains and aches. A Vicli St. Jacobs Oil promptly tires. Many out of Kavork should heed to give it a Chance to cure and it w ill give them a Chance to go to work cured. Another adage is a the Doedli Best who doth Wii of course you want to be Well from All sorts of aches and the Best thing to do is to use the great remedy. He Avo does so is doing Well indeed. Or. , an English cyclist who recently broke ail Jiro Vious records by Riding suit Miles in Eilt Lihty six hours used no when he Felt exhausted except Tea. Back with Kieh trophies. Last Spring ave malt in notice in these columns that or. Henry a. Salzer of the John a. Salzer seed company la Crosse wi.s., America s leading seed groaners and merchants avas in Europe in search of rare seeds and novelties for the american Farmer and citizen. Judging from their new catalogue his trip was an eminently successful one. It is brim full of rare things. Of Especial Merit we name the Bismarck Apple bearing the second year the giant flowering Star i lox the German Coffee Berry and for the Farmer the Victoria rape germanic vetch the la thyrus Silvestris the giant Spurry Aud giant incarnate Clover Macaline and dozens of other rare things. This Avide awake firm is in the Van and their catalogue Avrich is sent for 5 cents postage. Avold be cheap at per copy. The Eye Ada t itself to View objects near and Distant by a Chunie in Tho curvatures of the Crest ailing Lens. Reduced Riate tickets Oit ored by Agi uits of Ilie Nickel plate i had to Cleveland. Ohio. National Rick Iye s association. Tickets sold feb. Iii Tuth. National he citric Light association. Tickets sold Fel. Itch to 20th. National educate Oruil , de part sent of us sold feb. Irith to 20th. A1 of to Are reduced rat s sold on tiie certificate in Ian. Tiik brain of the idiot contains much less phosphorus than that of the person of Avera be mental Powers. Or franc Mcall Waterall run Down Hearty and Well since Takens Hood s Sarsaparilla. Quot i became enfeebled and run Dowa Fri in 1721� 132 pounds. I then commenced taking he Odd a Sarsaparilla and now i am Hearty and Well Caa work hard and eat my meal Avith relish which i could not do Prev Oug by. Formerly my food did trested me now 1 can eat heartily. Holds has cured me built no my a atom Given me renewed health and increased my weight to 168 Posada. I Hood so Siim cures Praise hoods highly to All. Frank Mcallaster Rich Hill to. Hoods pills Curc Al liver 111a. Biliousnt8�, a undies Indi Section sick headache. 25c. A5�?Tiiiioiikst Aswelt Liz. Quot Superior nut Fritjov the Ai too has justly acquired the Tepu Tatios of being the 5alvator, for i Isi i p to it a the aged. An incomparable aliment for the growth and Protection of infants and of h i old r. Viivi a Superior nutritive in continued fevers and a reliable remedial a ent in All gastric and enteric diseases often in instances of consultation Over patients whose digestive organs were reduced to such a Low and sensitive condition that the Imperial Granum was the Only nourishment the stomach would tolerate when life seemed depending on its retention and As a food it would be difficult to conceive of anything More palatable. 5old by d Rug i its. Ship pias depot John Carle a s0n5, new York

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