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   Fort Wayne Journal (Newspaper) - July 1, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               FORT WAYNE MORNING JOURNAL, FRIDAY. JULY 1, 1898. Geo. DeWald Co. An Extraordinary Event in 1 Ladies' Laundered 1 ......Shirt Waists. ft The entire stock from our wholesale department, H including Lawns. Piques, Organdies, Dimities, Per H cales, Ginghams and other wash 500 in one beautifully made. Were bought to re- fe tail at 65 cents, our price will be MONEY TO LOAN. ON HEAL. KSTATK AND I'KKSONAl HHCUKITT. LAJWKHT KATE OF 1NTKUKST. CHAS. F. PFEIFFER, I 7. UAB3 BLOCK. PERSONAL AND SOCIAL. .1! i THE WEATHER. ..I THE CITY NEWS. S. M. ll.li, li i-.iiii.- IL.MI U'lliaM. .1 Ji.iiiKhtt it, ts.iti.'tla In-Ill :i ,.uis.- liiirKlrirdl and hi-i- 29 EACH. T..I .MlM. ll.nk.-r. who lian I, KH-M Mr. :unl Kiiink Klli- .-ll. n-luui.-.l lax) lo h.-i 11 1-LlSl It. Ihisvli-t wilt :iw li ;il.-Mtf "Vi-i- Knurl h a I Klly..ilii-ll .l In Til One more case of that 36 inch Percale, light and dark colors, at nly :illil .-liililivn :u 1'iillaii" ill Kmiii- 'My f" iilul Ml'iln-s :ll 5 A YARD. Regular 12 1-2 cent goods. One case Ladies' Fast Black Q A PAIR i Or 3 Pairs for 25c. t'lirViTiin. Itivi-hl 'In thl- li.nt hlriirk lniii. il PI-II.IIIIL; .1 Inul t ii im-Hlm; UK- fVhi MM i-viiliiit Mii-n.iiiriii-1 inr t..rI MIS 11 It Kn-L-maii issu-il liivi Hit- .id.llll.m l.i Hi.- Iliuli Si-l.....1 lor :tll inli.niiiil l-oivh piil'ly ll ,-i this afle.......n. ftlik and nl' Heading of 1'lyni stl.y Mi Mi. KntM .-iiliTtui rlnnvli i Mi Thlh will IK- Hi.- liisl lilt'tnhiT. Iliu uilh Mis. L 1'. Hlirl- itn-l Mis. .Miin-u nn-.-liiit; Utllll S i-i.-lv in.-.-l hnnl. "f lliis u.-.-k tlV I.HM! i1. T. 1'. sin-in :i iliiy :u tin- i-niiiiliv iKiint- Mi-s. Ki-M MclllliiKtl. FOR THIS HOT WEATHER. uni.in. Tin- Hindi, will ilh- Geo. DeWald Co. l Tic Hou r Alt-, Su UnUle. PIANOS! EBERSOLE! Best in Tone, Style and Finish. FRANK B. LONG, 34 EAST BERKT STREET. HOTl Well I Should Say So. But we have prepared Cor your com- forts with a full line of Hot Weather Goods. Negligee Shirts, Summer Suspenders, Anil everything lo Keep you cool. Kememljer. we give a ticket wills every 60 cent purchase, giving you a chance on the gold tvatch. Crystal Springs Ci I'litei-menled dupe .IlliiV I'l mil, X. .1.. and '.He llntlle. lifer ICxtrayts, (it1 and UK: Chen-y Phosphate, Se packnue. AVH1T1-: FKUIT UOt nil lor OhiUii-. 11- 1O vosirw. Your liUle in; Avill in ono of i IK-HI. SAM. JPKTK MAX. KANE'S WARM BARGAINS ANOTHER ASPHALT STKEET. BRACKKNRIDGE STREET TO B] IMPROVED-MEETING OF TliE HOARD OF 1V011KS. The board of public ivurks had little H ol moment to attend to at l.'ist irhe contract for sewer between Third am rourth streets, from Uarthold street ti he west line of Clark's addition, wju 1-2 Calhoun St. one only tiling Keels. reason style. SHH) irth other reels SOc and .miH'o Minis TOc. Hraided Lisle Thread Lines. "i feet So: all Fishing tackle at lowest prices, Tlie best and S1.50 Hummocks in t-iwn. Trunks. ynod. frum tip to wiL-li. Traveling Telescopes, iimjil r.c. fl.OH and on :ent lower than of UP. All Baby Curriayos ut reduced prices tu- them. CruilUeL i 7.V and Sl.W. Uhtnk Cartridgt-H. al ,-nrre.l Lhr ..f Thm ami Jessie 1-Vlts :it hoiiu- or Mr. anil .Mis. Smiih. at Marklf. Tin- we.l.linj: was ol ;i naliire. only the imiin-iliali: reluti iiresi-nt in witness tlif Ot-rcmi wliiuh pert-'nni-'il by the Iti-v. Hai- isnii. iiastuC of llie .M. K. chiinih at lliat iUuv. Tlie Hniimi is th.- nm of JinUi Kurt The bri.li f an .-stiinable younii laily with a hust if friemlB ami vvhu oftV A afteniniiM parly wai by Mrs. .T Sr. lay in cnmpliiin'iil I" Mrs. A. .1. Vesey The ili.ral tloci-ralions were many ami useO. A dainty supper wns served. The were -Mrs. .1. Vesey. ,1r.. ami her daughters. Marsfiiivl ami Sally; Mrs. John llnytlvti. Mrs. A. L. Itiin- dall. Mrs. .Imlyt' Mmris and Miss Mor- ris. Hnnier Harlman ami Miss Haiiman. Mrs. Ivors Leonard, airo. ICverett. Mrs. L. I'.-ttit. Mrs. J. .Mrs. K. Mrs. Juliu P Mrs. S. 11. llartinan. Mrs. Amy Seavoy. s. 0, X. Huatnii and Miss l-'aimit spell, 'of Coltlwaler. Mich. FKLTS-O'ROCKKK. The MEN'S SUITS We Sell At And hiinl to uui how you are to make any mon- ey by buying them there. Isn't It? A rltilliiiiK ryins Hi'1 1'ent stock In the oily, ntft-rs Milts, wm tli 5 l.mi, tHily u Mum -lieUle a purchase. vvouhhi't RV Y.iii wii I'liy at Sain. I'ete for all double Itrcastfil stills. S t-i which :uv yfUliiK for JU.OO il Si-em urii-li-ris lo Willie tinif ;tl iilht-r pliif-n, wouldn't li? The of hoys who want Juiri llu> navy, ami Spain, buy llu-lr bulls here in slzi's from S to 10, only yointf suiiiL'whunj flse and paying for same suit, wouldn't Ki'i-in JuOge- incut, wuuld it'.' tf to Anton s price was ieadquarters For Bourbon Berries. O'liourlw- to Mis? Markle. which ,-d nt Markle. Tnd. the ty. was n complete many friends of tho BW DR. STOCKDALE, Chronic Catnrrli. Nervous Debility, Khin niscases unJ lihcunmtisni. to 11 n. m.; C to G find 7 to S p. m. to a, m. Office 33 Washington Street. FOHT WAYNE. IND. 2 cents per lineal fool; the other bids ire John Draken Jit cents, and Moel- rinp Co.. 4S cents. Jticg wws also ucky in hiUdinp; on tiie sewor in the illcy north of Iliph street, from Bar- tholtl to Wyfcl. ami lateral le was civcn the dm tract at M Moellering and Draker bidding fir, cents The engineer was ordered to prepare plans for sMuwalky on the east side of Winter street, from Hay (Jen street to tlie Pittsmirg r.iihva ami for paving Urack.'nridpw street with from Calhouii street to Fairlield avenue. This latter hap been under for Koine time, liavim: bee petitioned for several times in the past two or three years. The. board linds that, after completing all pavements now under contract or projected. th'Te will lie money on hand to war- rant further improvements, and d'-cidvd f) pram the wishes of the property owners on r.mckfiirMco street. With an asphalt pavement and Us magnifi- cent fhade trfw. JJrackenridsn will be on" of the pretli.st thorniirh- fares in the city. As the str-et ;ii; rather narrow, the C'iFt of ttie impryvo. m-'iit will bv cemparjitiveiy cant. Too Many Currants. JUc up, and Childrtirs sc-umluss black hose lOr. Childn-n's j. suls. to each, Leather l lOc. Iw ami We. Hird Cases from We niise Hull Clouds. Uats. (Jluves. ls and Hally. Boys' Velocipedes. Girls Tricycles and Hoys Iron at lowest prices. Coinl'S. Hair Itrushes. from lOc up- Tooth Urushcs. ".c. 30c and J'ic. Scissors from up. P from from Ilk- up. Albums, sixes. JLHii up U> 0 e.ich. Pocket Knives ftom 2.'c up. n't the low pricvs to-morrow EEKEIES. MELONS AHD FRUITS TOB THIS. FRIDAY, MOBWING. WaU'r each. Florida Pine Apples. K-c each, And Fr'jPh VopeOiWis "f all FKU1T HOUSB. Huntinnton News-Oei foilowins aucuiuit uf tlie ceremony: 12. Another pretty home .lime weddin: was solemnised al high iiuon yestcrda tin; residence Mr. and Mrs. W, Fisk, of West DeWald street, in th marriage of their eldest daughter. Li lian .1. to Mr. Charles L. Wylam nf The marriage PC: vice was read by the Rev. JI. C. Smit of Albany. Ind.. an uncle of. the the Rev." V. .1. Hire, of city, a The ceremony was perform- beneath a beautiful arch nf vine and with which t' rooms were also profusely and prac fully trimmtid. As the stirring strai. of the Mendeissolin weddinj: man sent forth from the piano I Miss Huby Kelt, of Klkhart. the ribb bearers. Laura Xortbway and Klliutt Felt, both of Klkliavt. entered the par- lor and were followed by May Fisk. the maid of inmor. MlPP Fish wore a charminj: costume of Persian made over white taffeta, with sash and collar of cream ribbon. Miss ers were delicately colored rolUiwmi; livr nmid. came the bride with her father, who her Lift- por- ;xits, in sepia cir frtiu purchase ot over. Ask tor coupons. N'oiillKeo nhirls. whiirh we anil in ;i vurivty of stylus only liue, ?i.OO and Jl.r.it, selling for inurti money elsewhere, you would st'em neallm'nt of your oi'poriunities iC you aid not Imy n ftMi- wouldn't yuu? Xobby iiuta. In sill bys, Crashes, Crushes, Crushers, Straws, etc., can be buiiglit liere for so little money, it would be foolish to go bare- headed, wouldn't U? You purchase at lower prices than others charge, soods of a hisher srade. and have the truth told fibout every garment it seeins like a sheer waste of time and money to trade a where but at Sam, Pete Max doesn't it? inmenlH and u HUH iK-rsuiinl it-f, wlio will sruutly umonjj circle "C friends ntul PER- ENCE have secured the entire crop of of the largest ben-y growers in tate and will be receiving daily frvsli m tin: patch large, quantities ol ck and red blackberries tiul will also have plenty of cherries antK. {rooPCborriefi and plums at THIS NEW KKYSTONE. 'J38 ami --10 Callioiiti PI. 111 Opcu'jVir CoiHMsrt u College CSrovc .Tuly --llli. All icii AVI II I- July 1-n. the best tcachor. and we rely upon ien nf in matters of Im- Di-ianee. is more important a doctor gives you a prescription, han to have it prepared by a druggist of known experience and confidence? Bring Them To FREESE and SS Calhoun St. Fort Wayne, IndL OUT OF TOWN ETJYEKS. Should take the lirst train to For Wayne if, they wish to their order in for carpets this at Hie woi derful prices we :iro now making. Thy rush has Imeu extraordinary, and itt four days we Iiftve Jts many car- pets arc usuylly sold in six months. FOSTKK FUKN1TUHE AND CAR- PET CO. "Remember the Name." ROBISON PARK. GREATEST 4-JULY-4 CELEBRATION. THAT'S IT. HOLD ON. tne he. with his best man. Mr. Dehnar J'iteii. stcppt-1 for- ward to meet her. The bride's was an embroidered ?wi insertion of and Our New Navy. Kegardinp tins lecture, tiie Lawrence Sun. of Lawvence, Mass.. ssayp; "Our New Navy." in tin: "White Fund Course." drew an enormous au- liience tu the city hall. At 7 o'clock the itnmcnsc hall was packed, lloor and 111'- doors were closed l-'OJC l sill hor- rout sin ii-r -vvnlor le ONE TAKE EXCURSIONS. July Cn'J. No. 105-74-tC kd Plate nge THAT'S Animated Picture the "n eartti. The battle of Ma- a illustrated; can't described., ust be seen. HOT SHOW IN THE NEW THE- ATER. RIVER CARNIVAL. ALLOON AKCI'INFIOX AND DKOP. v'.: AND COXCWRT DAT. --P ..V FJIKK DANCING AL.L TJAT." ASE GRAND ILIUM1XA- TION. Wy quart, <-av. 10 will have any "vr. F'? quarts. HIark- CASO Ti fjtiarts. K'H r-c pint: SI.-." :4 Hnts. Navy and Sw-t ttcartF. IK r.-ll- r.in V. I-V-vh THK OKKATKST GROCKHV. Mrs. II. C. Smith, of AlKitiy: Mrs. N. K and rlilMr-n. "f Klkhart: Mrs. F. N.irtliwav and daughter, of Klkhart; Mr. and Mrs. W. IV of Olumb'is. Ind.: of Ivlinbnnr. L; Miss Minni'.- Felts. Unr- b.jr. Mich., and fn-m the city the Mfss Miss lo. Miss Anna Miss Kstvll-: j Wlnt'-r. Mrs. Ivlitii Miss Miss N'-Ili" I'uv Mii'K McCr.ick-n. Masonic under the auspice: A. R.. tlio to 50 the Wayne Iwyn at Hie front. Admission 'illy Tickets wile Jetr-'-r's dnie alpu at Lmi iocMiiel's ami at the I'" .Hire at the "v rent  r.-y. Mr. an-I nTl.i the first as r.nd Miss Myra. Mr. j fnr cnrMnic il Ctrl Mr.. cure -ill BASE BALL TO-DAY. r-f'tlj" ritv is' Mnnpfi-i-1 VF. Fort Wayne. Ga: M. A- E. 0. ELECTION. i' OFKIOF.ny l-'OK THE KJ3- MAINIJKK OF tlftiv Modern Frat'jrual OnW. held its ril niizlit anO tlie follow--' iCtrr-rp --v-re .-Irci'-i: Fl nt-P. IV ymith. A. W-Iclif-elM-lcr. Krlck. FtiLTor-3. TOackburn. Giwr-l-Ira .-li'-.-'l C. 5. T.-ii C. K. for the roynd trip 'ickcl? July rd an'J T'.-turnlnir Juty   

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