Weekly Fort Wayne Sentinel in Fort-Wayne, Indiana
7 Oct 1895

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7 Oct 1895

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Weekly Fort Wayne Sentinel (Newspaper) - October 7, 1895, Fort Wayne, Indiana To sep k rest pm skin tortured and tired mothers i in one a a apply Calina of a Sicura a Spindt curs Baths with Cut Cora soap gentle applications of Cut Cora ointment and mild does of the new bipod purifier. Sol Iknou Choat the worm. By lakh depot f new Bery m sirs 1, kids -Bdward-St., Lyndon. Fotter data ind cum. Cokp., sol prop�., Botton u. 3. A. Was it be. In de a . Tutt anted a Good Eirl for a cond work w and help with Coldren at no. 9h a Wayne 8t.__1-tf Titan Ted a Pood Kirl for general House of work in Small family. At 106 Broadway. \17anted�?any one can borrow Money f f on House furniture. See advertisement. Front Page first column. 4 of Tir anted ladies to bake for the ladies of exch pc must come highly recommended at 106 Broadway. Wanted a location for drug store with living rooms in connection or store room alone. Address j. A. Dallas. Pierceton. Ind. 7t ind 4-6t Quot anted for Tjie stage two Young ladies. 16 to 20 years of age. No others need it ply. No experience required. Address. Tjie outcast co. Fort Wayne. Ind. Tiran do parties to donate the follow Wing articles to the y. W. O. A one supp ladder one door mat few Small tables several new comforts pictures naga inns Bookcase and Rockmo chairs. Lotf Lai ranted a Hoy 13 years of age wants a a in sit Ion to do work boat a barn and take care of horse or anything to make himself oae Ful. He is a Good boy and not afraid Ottwork. Call Craddit. Fie Tinel lbt anted Young Man wishes Arjomand Board in private family iii. A ass d in private fatally. Must have convenient heating lighting and Bath room facilities. Use of piano would be desirable. Packard. It. Wayne elec. Corp n. 54t Quot ranted to rent a moderate sized to dwelling House with modern improve i. West of Calhoun Street and North of and. State Roca Tioli . Addi care. Sentinel not later than a 7t2 Fob Saab. A Portal big Money to loan on pianos Etc. C see advertisement first Page first col in to nmn. B8alba->an8 a Levator m Good As new. Suitable for a five Story building. I this office. Turf it Sale Somple encyclopedia wit tory terms. Address e new Sefc Bri Tabica a Safas fac a. Care this office. 5-2t. Int Adcook stoves desks and a ends of a a Natt tre at lowest Knees. At 246 Calhoun Street 20-lm _ it s1500 dollars a six room _ dwelling it cellar Cis ton. Wood Hon nest clan Tioy at$325 a. Quot 12-lm Schry Der amp Wilson �7 court Street. Nior Sale or Trade two horses 4 and 17 5 years bid Good roadsters suitable for Carriage whack driving. Also one set of double a mess and one two seated to car win soil cheap for Cash or will take in Exchange City property. Inquire at capt. Ley s boarding stables 62 Tost Wayne sep6-lm Apple ome Avenue. Savilla a Avenue. Broadway about 83pts with Fnu be House and . Pity water Init pm a vol a three sides of i. Hairfi hate building. Or 7 Wayne. I. D at Dreibelbiss abstract office Tri Belle Avenue. South 12-tf Tutor Sale or Trade these offers Are f Only goo for a few d Clear like. Stuben co 88 few Days. 115 acres at acres a Spencer 8. Allen county 80 acres nine Imi Wert pity one three acre truck Patch Well Loca. Left of ground 40 acre tract Well in moved in webs county and one Large House to Exchange on a smaller one of less value in City. Re Meisber these Are bargains and must Lauick. For further must go Mack. I or Burtner part Alixe of i. C. Niswonger amp co., 33 Street. of m. Rooms Watert Prie r Sale and Trade House of eight natural Gas. City and Cistern am and full lot. Holton Aye. 2,150�00 Cash balance on longtime and monthly payments store building on on prominent Corner it. Natural Gas and watering build he i a Nitelle for to store two office rooms attached once . Hah Caiu. Balance s8 per month. On Valt to lot Quot so balance on time to suit. For Sale Jno. s8 per path. I goo $200 Cash balance on time to Sui fad Cutter. My take bicycle a Trade be. B7 Holton ave. Fob by jux Xii r rent two fur Iaisha a rooms at 148 a e. Washington for rent a room and Board for a lady in private family. Address Quot a. Sentinel. 3�t6 furnished front room with or win i out Board. 25 a por rent one Large Picely w. Lewis St. S-2t for rent Mones goods Etc. See a Qynn first Page. Loan on House sement first cnl-19-tf fat a rent House no. 46 Mcclellan St. S15 per month. In attire 78 Brecke Indge Street 8.0 Rourke. 25-tf m. Uio Arcader c6ntrai,"ns Calhoun St on w. Berry. In the City in 80 feet from 4-tf for rent a suit of front rooms on first floor including parlor bed room dining a pm and Kitchen with conveniences to some room will rent furnished or or address 126 East . P0i�b Mary we Biz d office and beside use 26 Madison Pedalty Plum so of omm. St. . A Damp flirtation. 1�?mr. Gallant of miss can i be of service to you and offer you the Protection of my umbrella there a shelter for two. 2�?�nd now he s Quot sorry he around a line Shaft is Lionis Kamm whirled for an instant. An Arm Libs created and a Collar Bone Bro Feeny a blast Ainest Olio is Par it tall to the Boone engine. Louis bamm resides on Gay Street Between Horace and Wallace streets his House fronting on Grant Avenue. He is a Carpie Weaver by Trade and a dozen years ago he found plenty of work in that line. But since the Advent of improved machinery and consequent cheapening of Quot store carpet Quot As Louis a is the ingrain article there is not much of a demand for the old fashioned rag carpet and the loom in the bamm household is Idle much of the time. Or. Bamm a therefore compelled several years ago to seek employment at something else. He round it in the Standard wheel works where he is sex alloyed in the Law Mill department a general Handy Man. At 7 o clock this morning bamm climbed upon a pile of slabs to Oil the line shafting journals and a set screw on the Shaft caught his coat sleeve. In an instant he was whirled around the Shaft two or three times when the cloth gave Way and bamm dropped to the floor a bruised and bleeding mass. The patrol Wagon was called and the wounded Man taken to his Home where or j. B. Miller attended to him. Qia to juries consist of a broken Collar Bone five broken ribs and possibly a sixth a dislocated shoulder internal in juries a frightfully lacerated Side and Arm and numerous bruises about the head body and limbs. His escape from almost instant death is miraculous and is due to the clothing giving Way after he had made the circuit about the Shaft two or three times. His body from the Waist to the neck was stripped of coat Vest and shirt. Or. Bamm is married and has an interesting family of five children. He suffered a Sun stroke a year ago and for several Days hovered Between life and death. Figge hashed. A. Dome an employee of the Pitta Burg planing Mills will be off duty several Days nursing a Finger which was painfully injured saturday evening. He was in the act of throwing a Belt off a Pulley and his hand was caught with the above result. Praises the Bodoni a a Gill a. A locomotive machinist who worked Many years in the Pennsylvania shops but is now employed in another establishment. Informs the Sentinel re Porter that he helped to build the two Boone engines which Are now being Quot scraped Quot in the shops As mentioned in these columns As few Days ago. He says they were Fine specimens of Loco to motives but Quot the finest engines built in this or any other country were built in 1877 and 1878 in the fort Wayne shops and known As the class Quot a Quot which was Hom to get at about 1-2 Price in dinner sets climber sets i amps and shades plated knives Forks and spoons Haviland China dinner sets All new decorations. On assortment is truly Worth a visit to our store. Every article sold at a less Price than sold by others at a discount of 10, 20 or 30 per it my i Imi no. 8 West Colombia St. Sign Biff Iron door. Awarded highest roof so world s fair lit a steadily getting better hold As in fico Case of the Chick of and North Eaton and Chicago Buri Ireton and Caine a. The Gould Syndicate in Gottin not org hold on the Southw Stern Loek and Huntington on the i a Clifio Chaet lines from thid it will be a been that in years to Corse Tho demand for receivers will be limited to a very email mileage of railway. Ril fits in ticket Poall pkg. Fifteen pc ars ago George Fry with Small capital opened a ticket scalping office at Indianapolis a few years later he became a partner with a Chicago scalper and later established another office at St Paul. In his undertakings he Las been successful and a now said to be Worth $150,000. Highest of All in Leavening u. S. Gov t report most perfect made. A pure grape Cream of tartar Pov Der. Free from ammonia Alum or any other adulterants 0> yets also Dei signed by James m. Boone. They did excellent work and were equal to making up lost time if required while carrying Only 125 pounds pressure per Square Inch. Construct an engine on the same principle heavier with a boiler Strong enough to carry 170 pounds to the Square Inch and you will have a locomotive that will pull a heavy Husenger train As fast As the Public w ant to a costly mistake. The great Western railway of England has lately paid $500,000 to get released from the obligation to atop every train at Swindon for ten minutes. In i84i, before the Road had reached Bristol it made an agreement for ninety nine years with a firm of builder to hold every train carrying passengers Quot not being sent express or for special purposes for a reasonable period of about ten minutes Quot at Swindon in consideration of the erection of suitable refreshment rooms for which a rent of a Penny a year was to be paid. The Railroad soon found out the inconvenience of the arrangement and tried to break it. The courts in 1846 and 1872 held that Quot express Quot did not mean in the contract what is now meant by an express train but the Price asked for the annulment of the Concession was always More than the company was willing to pay. After a fight of Over fifty years it has been driven by the Competition of other roads to buy in the contract and the ten minute Stop of fast expresses at Swindon is no a thing of the Post. Swindon is about seventy five Miles from London. Rihab Kablis Labeeb of an is Gihei s wife. The following strange Story is related by an Exchange Quot recently George c. Eaton a Lake Shore Engineer died in Laporte ind. Twenty years ago Eaton married Bose Arlington he being her second husband. They lived together for twelve years. She became attached to George w. Bollins another Engineer and left Eaton. On the Day after the divorce was granted she married Bol Lins and Eaton boarded with the newly married couple. This raised trouble and Bollins and his wife separated. She then advertised in a matrimonial paper for a husband and married a Man in Seattle wash., who sent her the Money to come to him. When she heard of Eaton s death she left her fourth to attend the funeral of her second at which Bollins her third husband was a pall bearer. Remorse at the death of Eaton has now caused her to begin a divorce suit against her Seattle Vete eak conductor dead. John a. Barr a Veteran passenger conductor on the Pennsylvania Road died last week. When the Johnstown flood occurred he was on the ill fated of Ftp to express train which was caught by the Rush of Waters and swept from the track. Barr saved All the passengers but two. Who foolishly went into the Pullman car for articles of clothing they had left. Day of Kecel Vershire passing away. The Days of receivership for railroads is fast passing. Every change now lessens the number of railroads through cobol idalion and strengthens them financially. In new England the new York new Haven and Hartford was securing most of the roads in those Eta tee West of new York the Vander Bilts the Pennsylvania company and the reorganized Erie Are taking in All the Small roads in the Central states the big four and the Brice Syndicate Are helping the Pennsylvania to cover All the Central traffic association territory in the South the Southern railway company is gathering in everything in sight in the West the Pennsylvania and the Vanderbilt lines Are cutting on More men. The Force in the Pittsburg car shr a was increased eight this morning. The new men Are Charles Bickel j. Clark John Schrod l. Kammer and b. M. Hutchins carpenters who will work amp to building cars and w. Kammeyer w. Schmidt and j. Valz. Who will work in the shops on Lafayette Street. Robbed a Shopman. De White an employee of the Pittsburg shops is minus a handsome and expensive table cover. Last saturday one of the numerous female arabian paddlers who infest the City called it the White residence to sell some trinkets. Mrs. White did not want to buy anything and so informed the woman but the peddle remained until the lady of the House was called to another room. When mrs. White returned to the sitting room the a amp a was gone and so was the table cover. The greatest of All cars. Probably the largest freight Cir out Side of some of those seen in circus trains Ever in fort Wayne was the one which arrived at the Wabash depot saturday morning loaded with baled Hay from Kansas and consigned to messes. Powers amp Barnett. The Interior of the monster measured fifty four feet in length ten feet in height and nine feet in Width and it carried Twenty one and a half tons of Hay. The immensity of the car can be More readily imagined when we remember that the Ordinary 50,000 Pound capacity Box car is Only thirty four feet Long. On an inspection tour. Superintendent c. D. Law train master j. W. Clark and chief dispatcher w. H. Tigar went to Crestline on no. 4 this morning and will return on a special stopping in route at every station and visiting every agent. Last week the West end of the line was inspected in a similar manner. Brief mention. Class s engine 154 is in the Pittsburg shops for slight repairs. Machinist Frank o Brien of the Pittsburg shops is sick. Wilbur Mitten of the Lake Shore shops spent sunday with friends in Peru. Pittsburg engine 116 was turned Over to Active duty today after undergoing thorough repairs. William Neizer is not this Bench in the Pittsburg tin shop today being slightly Quot under the Bobert Hartnett who operates a Boring machine in the Pittsburg Shopp has been granted a ten Days vacation. P. E. Albers of the Pittsburg tank shop resumed his duties this morning after a couple of Days spent in Decatur ind the Wabash system earned in the fourth week of september $366,484, an increase Over the corresponding week of 1894 of $34,970. John Haines a Carpenter employed at Bohinc Smith amp Simonson s factory a at Columbia City today attending to gome private business. A Hanna Street car ran into the North Gates at the Calhoun Street crossing of the Pittsburg Road this morning. Cause Slippery rails. Wabash engine 353 was turned out of the fort Wayne shops and taken to Andrews this morning. It will co into service Between that City and Tilton. F. Brinkman of the Pittsburg planing Mills was summoned to the country blow teen pub Beecham s pills Are for by. Ous Ness bilious headache dyspepsia heartburn torpid liver dizziness sick headache bad taste in the Mouth coated Tongue loss of appetite Sallow skin,Etc., when caused by constipation and constipation is the most frequent cause of All of them. Go by the Book. Pills log and 25� a Box. Book free at your druggist s or write b. F. Allen co., 365 canal Street new York. Annual Bale Amoro than 6,000,000boxes. This morning by a message which said that some relative was dangerously ill. G. S Black Henry Reiber and Henry Seiman have taken positions in the electric works. J. E. Meyers of the Ava Bash show s is sick and was sent to the company s hop Pital this morning. W. J. Wheeler resumed his duties in the Pittsburg Tiu shop this morning after a couple Days illness. Henry Danmeyer a a Bui Lerer with neuralgia and his place in the Pittsburg Blacksmith shop is vacant today. W. S. Wells came Homo from Penn Sylvania last evening and this morning resumed Hia duties in the Pittsburg machine shop. Fireman c. E Enslen who was called to Ohio last week by the death of a sister has resumed his duties on the Pittsburg Road. Oscar Judy assistant Foreman of the Pittsburg Blacksmith shop went to Lima Ohio this morning on Buti nees for the company. The Wabash advertises Home seeker excursions to Western Points for 0co-Ber 7, 8, 21 and 22. These will be the last of their kind this year. F. R. Hale who has been agent of the Vandalia at Plymouth lud., for some years has been appointed City ticket agent of the Road at Toire haute. Thomas Walsh the Veteran who guards the la Ayette Street Entrance to the Pittsburg Blacksmith shop has a badly inflamed Eye which causes him much pain. Huntington Herald Quot Peter Weber of the shop forces was called to fort Wayne the first of the week on account of an Accident which happened to a it is said the shops of the big four at Wabash will be ready for occupancy and the machinery All in by the lat of december. The Walls Are now Ell up and the roofs on. The Only big shipment from the Etc tric works today was the machinery and appurtenances for a Plant to Light the Mills of the Aurora Cotton company Burlington n. C. The shipments of Coal Over the Columbus and Hocking Valley Are now the heaviest a the history of the Road. Of september 27 the Road hauled 1,052 cars of Coal to the Lake. A special Telegram from Houston Texas announces the fatal injuries of Engineer Barney Lane a former Wabash Engineer. His last service on the Wabash was on the Detroit division. A number of buyers Are purchasing Corn Lor november and december shipment for Export via Newport news and Baltimore and the Roada running to those Points will be taxed Bej Oad their capacity for cars. E g. Towers of Laporte was injured when Riding on the Lake Erie and Western Road As a Paa senior. He charged carelessness and Quad getting a judgment of $1,825 by a Laporte county jury saturday. Pittsburg engine men who Are off duty engineers j. C. Mccarthy j. Parrish p. Malone and fireman g. H. Brown sick Engineer s. S. Kelker father in Law dead and Engineer j. A. Misner private business. Sidney Van Deusen has been appointed City passenger agent of the Chicago and Bock Island at Denver. He is a son of Frank Van Deusen assistant general passenger agent of the Pennsylvania lines West of Pittsburg. The veiled Prophet carnival occurs tomorrow at St. Louis and the tide of travel is decidedly in that direction. The agent at this Point sold forty five tickets to St. Louis this morning and expects a still greater Sale tonight. The express cars on both night trains passing through Here on the Wabash Between St. Louis and Toledo Are now equipped with flock guns for cases of emergency. The guns shoot Large shells each of which is loaded with nine Small shot. The International association of machinists Lodge 70, will meet tonight instead of wednesday night. A Large attendance is requested As important business which will Surprise Many brother will transpire which will Benefit those who attend. Engineer William Doty today became the owner of a Nice tract of land six Miles North of the City which be Hopes to live upon when he gets too Oul for railroading lie Quot Laid of Quot today to tix up the deeds for the property Chris. H. Seiblom Foreman at Raster Ter life sons factory Aud John. Koe Sjol the Broadway jeweler made a Good run on their wheels yesterday when they covered the distance to and from Wabash in seven hours and a half. The die Tacca travelled by the wheelman was 104 Miles and seven Miles of it was made in the rain and Over Muddy Roada. 3r amp a 00. Niport Niit facts. If you have Dull an i Chauvy pains across forehead and about the eyes if the nostrils Are frequently stopped up and followed by a disagreeable discharge if soreness in the nose and bleeding from the nostrils a often experienced if you Are very sensitive to cold in the head accompanied with headache then you May be sure you have Catarrh and should immediately resort to Ely s Cream Balm for a cure. The remedy will give instant a Elief. Cue wit and humor. Current sayings and doings of funny Folk. The up to Dato girl and her balloon sleeves Morrisey Mcmull Lgan rays a desperate part Aad Wing the tramp and the Mermaid. Y comely Fin Cle Siegle love to Day is just As fair to me As when we roamed with stars above along the secret. Keeping sea my Arm would seek her pliant Waistband linger there in honeyed Bliss and 0, twas Paradise to taste the nectar of the Twilight kiss we re lovers still just As of old but a a Shadow s come Between she does not deem me oversold. And beats her heart for me i wean. I try to reach her melting lips but cannot this my spirit grieves. The fashions All my love eclipse i can t get near Here for her sleeves it. C. Harbaugh in truth. Why he did it. The deed was done a Bright Flash in the grate and All was Over. Mortimer Maxwell had burned his Uncle s will. He and his three Brothers would inherit the estate equally. Why did he do this thing his Uncle had loved him and had treated his wild escapades with leniency and when the old Man realized that his health was failing his heart yearned for the handsome wayward youth and he made a will leaving his entire Fortune to Mortimer Maxwell. It was this document that fell into the Jung Man s hands. After he read it he buried his face in his hands and remained for some moments in profound thought. Suddenly he started up and cried Quot it must not Bel my Brothers shall never have an Opportunity to contest this will and let this princely Fortune be devoured by the greedy cormorants of the Law nor shall they Lay the flattering unction to their souls that they have bluffed me into an amicable and he destroyed the will As above mentioned. Then he went Forth into the air with the free glad step of a Man who thinks he has a level . Some truths about truth. There a a few persons to whom the truth is not a sort of . Truth like a Medicine must be qualified for the weak and . What we have in us of the image of god is the love of truth and Demosthenes. Truth is too simple for us we do not like those who unmask our Emerson. Some people look upon truth As an invalid who can Only take the air in a close Carriage with a gentleman in a Black coat on the . The greatest truths Are commonly the . Those a it Ong nights. The clock struck Jan. 1 and then feb. 15, but still she was alone. The Esqui Mau wife slept but fitfully starting from a troubled dream every two or three weeks. Quot will he never come Quot presently however she heard a familiar Footfall. Quot tanked again Quot she groaned. Quot it is hardly ten weeks since he was drunk before. It was very late. The. Era y was already fifteen dollars Vav Haft a Choice line of suits and overcoats we have at this Price. Fabrics that youll find everywhere else at $18 and 80�?and at the cheap tailors $25 a and even then they won t Fife As Well or have the style ours have. Ita la. Hats Are Here. All the Standard blocks but at a Dollar or two less than hat store prices. Too the Best qualities ii the Nev est styles and the lowest prices but see them they la talk More eloquently than we shivery shaky mornings and evenings in to of necessity direct attention to our Choice top Coats and heavier variety displayed appeals to cultivated tastes one of the feature being the absence of loud and extravagant extend to All fort Wayne a Hearty invitation to inspect our new fall arrivals in s Derby and Fedora real 3.00 sort this week at wholesale Price $2.00. Every new and Correct shape in both stiff and soft hats now ready. Fine assortment of Golf Caps for men and boys. And in less than a month it would be Broad Tribune. A pretty mystery. Just Why it is so there s nobody knows but its truthfulness none have denied the Young lady s shoe that is Apt to disclose the dainties foot and the prettiest Hoso will the often est come untied. A Good roads. C. J. Welker. Headquarters for hosiery and underwear. Wer Rake a specially of these two great and important lines which enables us to give you the Best values in the cite. 100 Doz. Children s Black fleece lined Hose at 10c and 15c a pair. 300 Doz. Ladies Black fleece lined Hose special values at 10c, 13c, 25c, 35c and 50c a pair. 200 Doz ladies Black Wool Aud Cashmere Hose great values at 20, 25, 35 and 50c a pair. 100 Doz. Lades ribbed vests and pants fleece. Ecru and natural colors 2oc each value 50c misses Union suits 48c, value 65c. Ladies Union suits Ecru and natural colors 500. Value 75c. Men s shirts and drawers 25c each Worth 39c. Cd Welker. 162 Calhonn Street. Opposite Catli dial. Quot open Kiel nos a St anti 34 amp 36 can in a humane society notice. All parties having know ledge of a cd of cruelty to animals or children will greatly favor and assist the fort Wayzie hut Iane society by telephoning or writing such information to Olicer Schlaudroff Quot. 82 Clinton Street. Telephone no. 55. Quot is la a b Uzi i iof i tray be depart from Pennsylvania station fort Wayno. Ind. A a la fast bound West Boid. A s 40 a. . Be is a. M. From Ohl. 5 Loa. M. Limed 710 a. M. 40 a. M. Imit t l to d. M 750p.m. A 9 25 a m. »10 a a a ate. May 19, Kiev ii r 1 895. Chicago depot. Clark and 12th streets. Buffalo depot. It Juchan a and Michigan St. Nob. 3_andu Aud local freight trains daily Thi Dep. �T�3 05 am t200pm �T�6 25 pm t730am Arr Dep. �i55aia ��f5ftrq is 05 do to lips. -"105 do 4f in t3 22dm t7 00tijr except sunday. Other trains daily. East. Arr. N. Y. Amp Boston sex. No. 55 am Cleveland mail no. 4.tl 50 pm Eastern express no 6.20 pm let a Cal freight.t4 25 pm West Fec and exp no. 1. 3bicak0 mail no 3. A of tax Ern express no. 6 local i�78lbh�---------- nos. 1 and 5 through drawing room and sleeping cars for Chicago. Nos. 2 and 5 drawing room sleeping cars through to new York and Boston. Dining cars serve breakfast Aud dinner on nos. 5 and 2, and supper on no. 6. No. 1, supper at Cleveland. In of. 3 and 4. Dinner at it. Vaycie. No. 4, supper at Bellevue. Uniformed coloured porters in charge of Day coaches on through trains insuring scrupulously clean cars euro Ute. Baggage i necked through to destination. For rates and other information Call on or address b. F. Horner. Gen. Pass agt., Cleveland 0 a. W. Johns on. Ten. Supt., Cleveland. O. M. C. Baker. District pass. Agte a it. Wayne. Aii Wabash line. Schedule of Way 20, �8s4, a old Hast. 4 4fi a. In. 6 00 a. 1 15 p. . 7 12 a. In Zacconi. leak a. A Dpi u. A Axce get iii Nav Aonia West. S 05 a. I ,.,. Of p. To it 30 p a s 20 p. M. , fort Wayne amp we teen and. Stations. Leave East. Hli am Quot it in o of Ottawa Quot Quot. 2 25 am 5 01 pm 15 am t Aledo c. H. Amp a .7 13 pm 11 05 am Findlay Quot Quot. 3 55 am.5 45 pm 10 of so arrive Wexy. It. Wayne mid. 31.10 7 15 pm 5 oi5 pm Havili ind Quot Quot. 9 39 an 6 07 pm 2 00 pm Cloverdale Quot Quot. 9 08 am 5 so pm 12 40 pm Ottawa Quot a Quot. 8 30 fim 5 of pro 11 05 pm Toledo c. H. Amp a. I 45 am 3 15 pm f&Quot-&Quot<1ihv Quot a a. 7 Hiti 4 5 of 4&Quot trains arrive a and depart from Wabash station. Fort Wayne. All trains daily except ism Duys. Grand rapids it Indiana k. R. I Vinci Nottjr. Leave. Quot for grand rapids and .8.15 Sui Pill from richuiund.6.55 pm South no l up. For Rich Nind Aud cincinnati.11.4.&Quot am t .5.45 am .1.15 pm from Rami rapids.7.15 pm from grand rapid i.11.25 pm 2 daily. All other trains daily except sunday. L Short a amp Mimi amp Alk pm a iwo a a Ailway i Quot oct"wa�-�8 Brandi. . I asr1v.� no 4�i wa7 fre Ikhi. A a Ca no. 458 Ola. Express and mail. 1� an so. 410 of a Trcy to in. In x Etc a a. 1 3 55pm . Ask aka. Ltd. Vsev i in orc 45 to Road j a Jonm and mail. 111 <5ana s u. Dei flu Law a and Lii by. I �5 r new York life insurance company. Assets Over 162 million dollars. Burp us Over 20 million dollars. Gives one month s Crace in payment of premiums during Grace insurance n Force. Ajulia it a so re instant ancient in care of lapse. And amp Easco nations. Permits perfect Freedom As to residence and travel. Does k Oto offer any Barrier As to occupation. Has not restrictions As to methods of life or manner of death. Is incontestable for any cause after one year Grants extended insurance whether applied for or not. Offers l.oan8�? on the simplest terms at 5 per cent interest. Gives seven distinct options for settlement. Creates a Trust fund income with interest which no other Doner does. We. P. Cooper 33 East. Berry St. Telephone 188. The perfume of violets the purity of the Lily the glow of the Rose and the flush of Hebe com Fine in Pozzoni s wondrous powder. Cheap meals served to women. Young women s Castlan association. Noon rest 34 West Street. Breakfast 6 30 to 8. Dinner. 11 to 2. Supper 5 30 to 7. Household goods. Gash paid for used furniture carpets stoves. Entire furniture of hotels private residences a specially. Bargain store 28 West main Stree this paper is Forni bed by of ism by bsosi., a amp and dealers in print wrapping papers stationery twines Etc Etc. Molta oxom James s. A Baham Jet Iota at Law. Abstract or of titles. In Range. Bed i Aan. Golly St Nyji cantal Asani. Sod my Bank . Ind d. 0. Fi8hee. A insurance. Real estate. Loans. No. 32 East Berry Street _ ,. Fort Wayne. Indiana. S. C. Lumbard. Inn Aiice Beai estate and i it Saiia. Aveline House Block. D. L. Harding. Ixia Imece of All kinds and Loans. Koom 28 Bank Block. Office telex be arij., House Telephone 2m. Banks. A a Milton National 6�,nk. Capital 200.000, surplus 1225.000. The Hamilton National Bank will pay interest rate of three 3 per cent per annul on certificates of Deposit if left four months. President Charles Mcculloch. Mohr. Or. Wite National Bank capital amp surplus $230,000. Fays 3 per cent interest per annul on time deposits. Safo Deposit boxes for rent at 5 per annul. Phys . To o d Akdo to ladies suffering Al i. A it. A from ailments Peculiar to their sex May consult me free of charge at my office. 13 w. Wayne St. Telephone 245. G w. Bowex. Is. D. Homoeopathic physician and surgeon. Office hours for consultation from 9 a. M. To 5 p. M. Sui plays 9 to 12. Office no. 12 West main Stre it. Fort Wayne. Ind. Special attention paid to chronic diseases. U il11�. And bae. Office Houras in a.3m. A and �-8 d. M spectacles a used. Office 19 e. Washington St do a a Imbt. S Ross a fell ski Zyx amp a booze to i. Ijo Atar a Alho in and Warne Sta. Phone 182 dentist. J. H. A do tvs. Surgeon dentist 106 Cali Hoxen str�5et. Offic Hobs from 7 30 a pc until 8 30 p. the holes in your windows and enjoy the consequent warmth and Comfort during the not far away cold weather. Dark Days too Are not a at hand and Why not enjoy More Liht and modernize your Home by replacing that uneven and poorly fitting Sash containing s a amp by Cross bars and Small lights by a new closely fitting 1 Light and Glas Why not replace that gloomy looking solid panel outside door 2 by a neat olae with an ornamental or Bevel plate Glaes a but we can save you Money on that 4 if the old door a Good you o to Cut out the upper panels and give us the sizes of openings we la help you shut pm up. The expense is Mere nothingness when compared to the Benefit pcs chatter 38 and 40 e. Columbia dressmaker the Man to a great extent. So Why look shabby when you can obtain a suit made to order from the finest of imported or Domestic goods at our extremely Low prices. We can fit you out with our elegant Dressy suit from 16 up cards. Our new line of fall and Winter patterns Are simply exquisite. G. Sub Emit 70 e. Main Street. Merchant Kab a a in vellum Levant Morrocco calf and Russia. Bunk books of All kinds Frith perfect Flat opener. The binding of rare Ard extra illustrated books one of our specialities. Of the Wayzie sent bindery u Wayne St., it. Wayne ind Scheuman amp. Funeral direct to and Isi for office. No. M a. 48 a amp is main St a Fot Way Immik

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