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Fort Wayne Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1890, Fort Wayne, Indiana ROOT HND SATURDAY SATURDAY SEPT Conio and KJB whit splendid ments we arc going to offer you How much Good money can you save on INFANT'S DEPARTMENT Shows New Choice Goods Embroidered Shawls Knit Sacques Bootees Soft Wool Vests Flannel Skirts Bands Stockinet Cloths White Wool Caps etc New Dress Trainings 1 fourth shipment for the season has reached us Novelties in Bands etc New patterns enough to your finding what will suit lines of Buckles Visit The Yarn Department There is just where you will find what you want GOOD HONEST YARNS Wo handle no is not good enough for us is not good enough for you And you'll get them here Lace Curtain Stretcher Any lady can do liev curtains better tlian they can etc done by any laundry Ti 7 our frames and j ou er send any more cui tains from Home housekeeper needs one FOR SALE BY P.M SMITH SCO 22 ST experienced saleslady for cloak department plate case about o W or 10 feet lOLij at Sentinel onice who demands W office un- good salary Ad- W A joung man for dry ment Must have WANTED Agents to Carpets on Instalment Uo U Eist Columbia strict room lady at Jones photograph experience at 1 street goid girl for general house voik or Ironing good ence call at once fit ffl East Wayne active honest If suitable opportunities for advance to represent locally a responsible New York Lock Uox New York W to bring their soiled land and them cleaned and pulsed in a dyed not colored No ll JeHerson stieet Military Academy boys Brooke Hall girls Circulars tree Til B Fort Lund and Improvement Co have ior sale In I a newly finished ol six rooms liad on monthly at a small amount ly more than lUe rent would be Also on same a new ana house of nine rooms These houses are within a couple ot squares ot the Columbia street Houses both have natural pas Apply too II Wilding or to N Foster president a tf JOR large front room call at 137 street coat W A C at east at South Harrison FOK of Xo Van with barn and natural at street POK store room at No 185 T street Apply to Miller ft Dougall No i Foster block FOR and tive new room modem dwellings every convenience Including bathrooms cold water grates and mantels natural tras and stairs ample etc together now und stables and reasonable rent Apply lo 1 F or 112 MAKY and cinco diseases vt Office bonra from nR m it i p m 7 ra tos p J Of Chicago teacher of Stenography and Terms of Instruction able m Day School Five per from 10 a in to from 2 to 5 p months paid oil at one time months paid monthly 00 7 to 0 three months nil nt one 111.00 three paid monthly 19 rixley and Long Block George Jias returned from Mackinaw E C Rurode Trill leave for New York city to-night Contractor Talbot has returned from Hartford City lud Born to Mr and Mrs John Borg cf Maumee Dr W II Myers returned from his European trip last evening Frank Spaeth left for Loveland 0 to visit his parents last evening Captain H C Eastwood and family will move to Logansport to reside next week George Smith engineer of the burg pumping house and wife are at Warsaw Miss Emma Witter of Berne Iml is visiting her sister Mrs Fred Fioher of Hoaglaud avenue Fred Heine night clerk at Harmon's restaurant leaves for this ing for a week's stay There will bo a meeting of the of tho Belief union at the home day afternoon at 3 o'clock Mrs Owen entertained friends at her home on Smith street It was her sixty-fourth birthday Miss Mary Farnan has returned from Chicago where sho was attending Prof Marline's dancing academy William Wilder of Baker street has been summoned to New York by a tele- gram announcing his father's death Mrs P Kyan and daughter Agues of Barr street have gone to Pittsburg to visit Mrs Ryan's son John and family Eev Theodore Moellering of Bazile Nob who was tho guest of his brother Wm Moellering returned to the west yesterday Fort Wayne Electric club will give its inaugural reception October 1 and M M M Sluttery will be orator of the occasion Mrs Lombard and daughters Lottie and Bertie of West Jefferson street have returned from a four weeks pleasure trip east The board of management of theR R Y M C A will hold a meeting next Monday evening to appoint a secretary for the railroad work William son of Dr C B and H W Grouse of Crawfordsville will open a drug store at 170 West Main street corner of Broadway B M Ewing Fort Worth Texas A J Kessler Cleveland E C Ball Henderson Ky H P Stowell San Francisco are among the guests at the M L Jones and Capt S L Lewis will attend the annual reunion of the Eighth cavalry of the Thirty-ninth ment to be held at Noblesville Ind next Tuesday Geo H Kuntz has a tarn out in the way of horse wagou and harness which is very much like tho millionaires enjoy at Long Branch and is quite English yon know Ed Hedekin who was of the Fort Wayne Furniture com- pany is now of a mining com- pany at Philadelphia He was in ver Col for a time Next Tuesday Rev James Stuart Ainslie pastor of the Congregational church will preach a sermon at the dedication of the Blackford street Con- church Chicago Another national bank is being at Lafayette headed by John Wagner James and other capitalists and an application for a charter has been forwarded to ton Mrs Monroe Jones of Grand Rapids Michigan who has been on an extended visit through Kansas stopped off in this city to visit parents Mr and Mrs G M Fordney of 197 street Sho returned home to-day Last evening occurred the rifles tion For captain Bulger and Miller were nominated and a close run Bulger was elected For first lieu tenant Kemp Miller and Peltier were nominated aud Peltier was elected The successful candidates banqueted tho company Rupert Wagner who conducted a loon in this city for years and who left recently is now operating a and at 273 North Paul street Rochester N Y lie also has bowling alleys a dancing aud theatre Mr Wagner seems to be in a prosperous way Arrangements will be morrow for the excursion to 0 the following Sunday on the occasion of tho dedication of a new Catholic church All of tho Catholic uniformed societies in this city will attend Tho train will leave hero over tho Nickel Plato at 8 a m and return at C p in The official of tho Christian church taking exceptions PS claimed to tho strict prohibition of Rev A L Crim tho pastor notified him that his services were no longer A majority of tho tion however insist that ho remain and have asked tho trustees to resign Katie tbo year old daughter of James Urbine of Meyer Bros drug store was ran down by a hitched to A delivery wagon and driven by n boy named Tho little 0110 was taken lo her homo Bishop Dwenger is improving in health Miss Randall's school for dancing will reopen Oct 15 Father J H Guendling returned to last evening St Bernard branch C K of A will meet to-morrow afternoon Migs Kate Sweney left for Lima for a few days visit with friends Bovn to Mr and Mrs William phy of tho south Mrs John Holler of 32 West street is seriously ill Mr and Mrs H N of cago are tho Dr K K Wheelock operated upon Charles for or eyes Dennis McCarthy has returned from Chicago His brother John is not so ill as was reported Dr Joseph H of que N M is the guest of his friend Dr J M Westminster seminary has undergone a remarkable interior decorative change The school opens neit Monday H W the young attorney will talse a trip to Colorado as soon as his health will permit him to travel Tom Brown of Lafayette who was tho guest his hister Mrs W P Cooper returned home last evening Tho Winchester Democrat Mrs M T Herrick is at Fort Wayne for a visit with her parents General and Mrs N C McLean of Bellport L I are tho guests of Mrs McLean's sister Mrs A W Charles K Archer John M Koenig aud Fred M Enslen were initiated into Maumee lodge No 50 A O XI W last evening S F Keller Bluffton J W Wer- ling Frankfort Ind W B Grabb In- Geo Whitely are among the guests at tho Aldine The Logansport Pharos Mrs H H Barcus has returned to her home in Fort Wayne after a pleasant visit with Mrs Richard Barcus While returning from the fair last evening Mr and Mrs John T Glass and Mr and Mrs Weaver were thrown from a vehicle on Broadway and bruised Miss Cora E of Stuart tana has returned to her home after a two years stay in this city She at- tended tho M E college now Taylor university Mrs R W of Chicago and Mrs M E Hammond of Butler street left for Latty 0 this afternoon to visit their sister who lives at that at that place Dr Fuller has returned from Chicago The doctor is behind a gold and silver mining scheme and John McCarthy who is now in Chicago is interested in the same company Herbert G Rowe who graduated from the Central Grammer school has been appointed professor of physics at the Michigan state university whore he was a student several years Mrs H Cross of Cleveland 0 grandmother of C W Cross assistant master mechanic of the Pittsburg shops is visiting tho family of her grandson at their residence No 63 West Jefferson street Tho Lafayette Journal Joseph T Franks an experienced undertaker who has been at Fort Wayne for years has taken a position with William Son vice H L Stees re- signed Mr Franks comes well mended Wm Ward the passenger brakeman on tho Fort Wayne road who was in- jured by a runaway accident in Chicago recently hss recovered and ho returned yesterday accompanied by his wife and daughter He was in a hospital at Chicago where his wife nursed him Frank Woulfe formerly of the Wa- bash freight office in this city and later with tho same road at St Louis has re- signed to take a position with the ing Valley road in tho freight ment His headquarters will be at cigo Mr Woulfe will spend Sunday wit his parents on Melita street Thursday evening at o'clock st Lutheran church red the of Miss Lena Witte the accomplished daughter of Christ Witte foreman for tho Pennsylvania company to tl C Hitzeman clerk in tho store of Pfeiffer The young people are very popular in mau society and their marriage was witnessed by a large number of friends After the marriage ceremony at the church tho young couple tendered a pleasant reception at tho home of tho bride's parents Mr and Mrs man will reside on avenue after next Monday Tho Breeze Mr and Mrs H Peckham of Fort Wayne are the of parents Mr and Mrs A B this W Wasa and James Soliway both citizens of this to M ship are now twisting braked on this division of the Fort Wayno Freidline has dis- posed of all his farming implements nnd to his father and in a few days will move to Fort of Fort Wayne came down Saturday evening and spent Sunday with his aged mother and accompanied j his wife and children who have been in Hon R C Bell left for New to-day Harry W Kindo is able to be out after his severe James A Wiegand aud Minnie tino have to wed Ed Challenger of Harmer strict is entertaining his friend Alf Roberts of Lima O Miss of Baker street has returned home fifier n week's visit at Lima 0 Misses Roche and Nellie Collumn returned after a two weeks at Misses of 168 High shoot will day for a months visit at Lincoln Nebraska Georgo F Warner of street has presented his daughter Miss May with a beautiful piano fur a birthday present Rev B Smith of tho church at Constantino Mich is visiting with his brother-in-law Fred A Hull of ths Newspaper Union C W the plumber has leased tho handsome store room adjoining Nathan's liquor house in the Rich block now owned by John Ferguson Captain Chas Reese left for ham Adams county to day to attend the marriage of his nephew Elfert Reese of Buffalo county Kansas to Miss Anna Gehle Tho ceremony will be performed to morrow Indictments have been returned at Terre Haute against William J Thomas August Schmidt and Walter J Randall representing the Life ance company of Virginia for failure to comply with the state law A team belonging to the Artificial ico company ran away on Main street this morning Vehicles belonging to Mr Gallmeier and Mr Goeglein were upset but no injury and little damage is re- ported The horses were frightened be of the giving of a portion oi the wagon The attraction at the Masonic Temple to-night is Milton Nobles tho ed author aud actor From Sire to is a play that contains all tho mente of success and is a strong per formaneo Ho is supported by a capablo Mr Nobles has been seen in this city before He is a favorite with our theater goers nm to have a good house Last Wednesday a surprise party was given in honor o Mies Anna Misses Maggie and Lizzie Lo gan Nora and Nel lie and Mamie Connors Messrs Geo Shell John Logan Reuben Browand Geo Fishar and Frank Shell Dancing and card playing were tho features o the evening A very pleasant party was given lasl Tuesday evening by tho G B club ai 46 Webster street Those present were Misses Grace Casewell Blanche Shel don Irma Blanche Melon Lillian Earle Beatrice Hamilton Kitty Fisher May Connor Lottie Scott Bor tha Hampton and Kittie Roach Messrs Frank George Miller Harry Nill Caec well Joe Willman Joo Hass Stephens Charley Saveo and Roy Rog era Music dancing and games were th enjoyments of the evening A After Twenty-Five Ballots the lice Cannot Agree The police commissioners met last night to investigate the charges of in- toxication against Fred Bandeau the policeman The officer was promptly dismissed Tho election of a successor was next in order Tho name of Wm F Borgman of tbo Ninth ward and John K Stevens a moulder at Bass foundry were submitted as candidates i The voted tie tho mayor j and Hilbrecht for Borgman and Smith and Gordon for Stevens Twenty-five ballots were taken and the vote yet 11 tie The commission then adjourned without haiing the new appointment Council man Michaels who is down with fever is a member of the sion aud his vote would have Fettled the on the first ballot If you try the cigar you will iio other all Havana only 5 Sold by nil dealers and An Awful Cut For the present we will sell lOc Je Gold Wall Paper for is roll Gold Paper for and a beautiful line of Papers for roll All the better grades way down This is nl it is hko selling a gold dollar for but these Papers got to bo sold 6 1 10 St Look the Key Eighth year opens Hept 22 City pupils iu tho seminary thb preparatory and tho primary ments will be present at a m for enrollment classification and ment of work Kindergarten pupils will be enrolled at 2 p m The boys school will October 1 at tho cor- ner of Wayno and streets with Mr Crowe of Hanover college as teacher 17 53 East Williams street Dr W P Whery attended injuries to 1511 and tho company wot and no were broken J ft good town the past two weeks homo on J B of this place has been appointed general business mana- ger of tho Fort Press printing establishment Mr Davis has the hustling about him to perform tbo of position ho has been to 1511 and tho company in Barons fine candies in one and two pound boxes Yale Kuhus and Oxford boii bon niers all flavors fine French eream boii bons nnd chocolates Home made cau dies fresh every day Flour bleats anil Best Country Mills Flour per Best Sugar Cured Haras lie tli Choice Breakfast Bicon Ib Best Home Grown Potatoes peck Jersey Sweet Potatoes peck FJRUIT Smoke tho Fawn the only 5 cent Ha vanna cigar made Sold hy all l class dealers Barons Stree is supplied with the largest of fine cakes of nil kinds ever shown in Fort Wayne i a to Barcus ior the bes goods to Traverse City or PC toskey and return Sept 23rd Good for return until Oct 1st Sept 20 22 Smoko tho tho only 5 Ha vanna cigar made Sold by nil lira class dealers Harvest viu F Harvest Excursion tickets to land am business iu West North west South and Southwest will bi sold at faro for round trip via th Pennsylvania Lines of Pittsburg on September and nud Octobe 14th For to nearest ticket or 5 8 17 20 Premium angel food and of he hind of cukes at Barcus bakery n im Ten Pound Baskets lo Michigan Peaches basket California Plums dozen California Pears each H The Man nor Oj stern Tho best select oysters served to or der Coffee chocolate and lunch fo and gents nt bakery sun cafe 96 street For upright piano at 40 East Jefferson et In Darkest ow book is now being presented to zens by tho special Oliver White who will in on those who to tho I splendid book about ii wonderful and people and by a noted man speaks with tho of experience nud v interest Vim i that you bo of the day The Man Milliner September 22 to 27 tickets will be sold o account of Indiana state fair at of round trip jood until Reduced rates ato in effect to St iouis account of the great St Louis aud his wonderful Hro there Tickets will bo sold Monday nnd Thursday until wr Apply to Wabash ticket office Telephone No 6 R G THOMPSON 1018 Passenger and Ticket Agent If you try tho Fawn cigar you will smoke no other ail Havana only 5 cents Sold by all dealers Overcoat For every nickel spent over bar you will receive a ticket which will ec- titlo you to an opportunity of getting a overcoat for nothing which will be given away ou tho of tember Tho wincing must be in tho house when tho overcoat is drawn If not the drawing will continue till someone present holds the winning ticket 14 East Columbia street thorough clearing stock before our New Prew ices went lo market handed curing not this full i tho of Be- n full of the best Fabrics Kerf Possible ues for our I have been fortunate wo offer a a line of Medium Priced Or A J F For ten days yon can buy wall paper of L 0 Hull 90 Calhonn street for 25 cents on tho doller cheaper than at any other place in tho city 15 The Fort Wayne club will aold its first meeting of the year day Sept 21 at tho old room City Y M Of A building All tho members are requested to be present 20 2t Miss M E The Man Milliner Tho Fawn takes tho lead tho best 5 cent cigar sold Try one Three Cheap via the Wabash Railroad For tho accommodation of and others going west the Great Wabash Lino will run three low rate exclusions to points in Missouri Kansas Texas Arkansas Oklahoma New Mexico Colorado Wyoming Iowa North and South Dakota Nebraska Minnesota Montana Idaho and Utah on September 9 23 and October 14 1890 Tickets will be sold on above dates at half fare or one fare for the round trip allowing an extreme re turn limit of thirty days with overs etc Remember tho Wabash is the only line between the east and west operating magnificent free reclining chair cars on all through trains and is distinctively the people's favorite For rates routes maps and other de- scriptive matter apply to K G son and Ticket Agent Fort Wayne Ind The Fawn takes the lead the best 5 cent cigar sold Try one The Mysterious Key CROWDING AHEAD RAPIDLY J FEIST the Fashionably Lafayette Street Merchant Tailor is now receiving his large and well selected Stock of Fall and Winter Goods which is the ever brought to this city and consists of all the Latest Styles in Cheviot and Worsted Goodn These Goods will be greatly worn this Fall and Winter Get prices from all com- and then come to us and be convinced that we arc lower than the lowest on first-class goods THE STOKY IN A NUTSHELL Diop in and see how much we can give you for a little money LOUTS J Scientific and Titter PICTURE FRAMES In new and tasteful patterns suitable for all kinds of Pictures designed and made to order Patterns of Mold ings to select from Latest Etchings Engravings and of superior quality a good assortment always on sale Brass Natural Wood and Bamboo Easels of various designs Wall Pockets ers and Mirror Plates Art Studies for ent and silo Call and see the stock L JUNK 1 S 1 Which wo know to bo without a m his market It not represen t tne aggregation of anyone nor undesirable deposed of but tho very Freshest and Newest Patterns fathered at hands and marked subjects of remark who will make n the following I HOTELS AND BAKERS PROSPER By Using Our Baking Powder Only 2 5 Cents PURE BAKING SODA AND SPICES Our Baking Powder is used by all the leading Bakers and Hotel Keepers in the city MEYER BROS DRUGGISTS DRESS GOODS Plain mixed imd Goods Black Black and und Plushes Ladies Misses and Children's Ladies Children's CLOAKS AND WRAPS Ladies Koal Jackets Plush Shoulder Capes Ladies Seal Plush Sacques Minos and Children s Cloaks Infants Long a ud Short Laco Curtains Fancy Madras Low Priced Scrims etc One Ml THE PEOPLE'S STORK Dozois Beadell Co Pixley Long Block Berry street The Fashionable Is now receiving a large and well sole stock of Fall and Winter Goods Suits in the latest styles Fine ing a specialty Prices reasonable He is also well for renovating cleaning and goods nnd invites eth public iu general to give him a FRED KOENIG No 98 West aMain Street s AND BOY'S SUITS M A MASON 2 Block cr A S Co The Largest Tho Finest Tho Tho Most Useful Presents Given With Each Look in Our Window for Friend's Enterprise In any all Styles A ported nt A mil ana complete line cf Spectacles and i Eye Glasses To suit all sights and at prices to suit all purser may be CO uid No and 9 Columbia St Fort Wayne Ina s from Kic to f per pair The rested und suitable classes carefully rested JOS M CLARK CO Merchant Tailors 34 BAST BSRR Y Fine a ART SCHOOL A few Pupils wanted to learn Oil or Water Crayon or Pastile Block Second Floor J U S OFFICE 79 81 IND BA Z Special Feature For One leek Beginning Saturday Sept 20 Cloaks and Seal Plush full three quarter Antoinette fancy Applique Lining good value nt Ladies Cheviot Reefer double 80.25 worth Fifty Children's find Misses Coats 0 to 12 yearK SI 50 good at from 86.00 to Will make a special offering of inch iu n few days For Saturday Only Ladies and Misses GOSSAMERS 290 Ladies and Misses GOSSAMERS 50 dozen Muck Towels 30 apiece Men's Natural Shirts and Drawers 850 good value at Ladies Genuine Ribbed Vests high long sleeves 500 Swiss neck We respectfully call the ladies attention to our Dress Goods ment where they will find everything to be new and at the lowest Depart
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