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Fort Wayne Journal (Newspaper) - July 1, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana 8 FORT WAYNE MORNING JOURNAL FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1898. Geo. DeWald Co. An Extraordinary Event in Ladies' Laundered ......Shirt Waists. The entire stock from our wholesale department, including Lawns, Piques, Organdies, Dimities, Per cales, Ginghams and other wash 500 in one beautifully made. Were bought to re- tail at 65 cents, our price will be EACH. One more case of that 36 inch Percale, in light and dark colors, at 5 A YARD. Regular 121-2 cent goods. One case Ladies' Fast Black Q A PAIR Or 3 Pairs for 25c. Geo. DeWald Co. PIANOS! EBERSOLE! Best in Tone, Style and Finish. FRANK B. LONG, 34 EAST BERRY STREET. HOT! Well I Should Say So But we have prepared for your com- forts with a full line of Hot Weather Goods. Negligee Shirts, Summer Suspenders, And everything to keep you cool, Remember, we give a ticket with every BO cent purchase, giving you a chance on the gold watch. 80 80 1-2 Calhoun St. DR. STOCKDALE, Chronic Catarrh, Nervous Debility, Kkin Diseases and Rheumatism. to U a. m.; 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m. to a. m. Office 33 W. Washington Street, FORT WAYNTC, IND. Itnitfl with Ton whether yon thft tobacco habit. remoToa IhodcBirofortohacio, v outnorvouuiIUtruHH, oinclMnlci tine, punllcu tho blood, niftnhr make! you ttronir In norriijil TO-1IAC) from dgok. Ifyom own ilriiKKlut, who rillvovlrhfuniM Takoltwlth __ ntly, imrHiKtcntly Ono hox, SI. umially cuioa, S holCfl, 92 M, uarruktemf or wo rofnntl money. Kcoiedf Cfl., (TUCkKb. MvnU-feKlt Heit IIOltHJOS Hold nil 0111- lioi-- I'oi- an of JtlllO ol ol ONE TARE EXCURSIONS. Via Nickel Plato Rond, July 2nd, 3rd and 4th. Ask agents. No. 105-24-10-2. ANOTHER ASPHALT STREET. BRACKENRIDGE STREET TO BE OF THE BOARD OF WORKS. ___ j The board of public works had 111 tie business of moment to attend to at last night's meellng. The conlracb lor building- a sewer bclween Third and Fourth streets, from Barlbold street lo the west line of Clark's addition, was awarded to Anton Rleg-. His price was 42 cents per lineal foot; the other bids were John Draker, 51 cents, and Moel- lering Co., 48 cents. Rieff was also lucky In bidding on the sewer in the alley north of: High street, from Bar- tholt! to Wefel, and lateral branches. He was given the contracl at 52 cents, and Draker bidding DG cents each. The engineer was ordered lo prepare plans, for sidewalks on Ihe easl aide of Winter street, from Ilayden street to the PIHtburg railway, and for paving Brackcnridgc street with asphalt, from Calhoun street to Falrfleld avenue. This latter impiovement has been under con- sideration for some time, having been petitioned for several times in the past or Ihree years. The board linds that, after completing all pavemonlH now under contiact or projected, there will be enough money on hand to war- rant further improvements, and decided to grant the wishes of tho properly owners on atroot. With an a.sphall pavement and its magnili- cpnt Khade trees, Brackenridge street will be one of the prettiest thorough- faros In the city. AH Ihe slieot as rather narrow, Ihe cosl of tho Improve- ment will be comparatively insignifi- cant. Too Many Currants. The Greatest Grocery has entirely ton many curranl.s and as they are very ripe must be sold at once. They aie in fine condition for making jelly or jam. We will close out this lot at 4c (liuirl, (iOc ease, JC (juarls. Don't think we will have any more as season is about over, HO come quick, Hhickbei rics, Gc quart; 90c case, 10 quart H. Black Raspberries, 7c quart; case 1C quni ts. lied Raspberries, Cc pint; cane 21 pints. Georgia Watermelons, Navy Blues and Sweet TTenrls, 2fie each. Kvaporalod Apples, Ho 111. 2-lb can Excellent corn, fie, 2-lb can Kxcellent Toinntors, So. Fresh Dressed Fish, THE GRKATUST GROCERY. F.venlnK parties will be provided with music (it Spring Beach Hotel on notice to Charles J. Btler, manager. MONEY TO LOAN. ON REAL ESTATE AND PERSONAL SECURITY. LOWEST RATH) OF INTEREST. CHAS. F. PFEIFFER, I and 1, BASS BLOCK. THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON, June Indiana Fair, except showers in northern portion cooler in northern portions; vaiiablo winds. THE CITY NEWS. .Tudpe S. M. llcneli came home from Cliurububro yesterday. Charles Weiliart. a, Pennsylvania brake- man, hud his thumb smashed last even- ing while making a coupling at Fierce- ton. The W. C. T. U. will meet next Wed- nesday afternoon at the home of Dr. Car inn Banning, on Berry stieet, to make tor the soldieis. Messrs. J. D. Ilickey, L. W. Koonlz am E. Cripe, of Liepsic, Oliio, were in the ciu yesterdaj to contract with the Roblson park management for a biff excursion to this city July 12. They expect to bring no less than excursionists to town. Tony Gardner and Chris Brecht were locked up at the police station by Of- ficer Cheveron. Brecht claimed tliat Tony Gardner had attempted to take a lady friend from beside him, and fulling to 'lo this had struck him. Both will be held pending a trial before the mayor this morning'. At a mooting- of the school board held last evening the contract for furnaces fo the addition lo the High school was let to the American Foundry .and Furnace conipcny of Toledo for The contract for moving the old Hoagland frame build- ing was awarded to Win. Moellerins's Sons for There 'was no other busi- ness of public interest. Mr. Walter H. Thomas, proprietor of the Bliss house at Blutfton, and one of the most popular bonifaces in norther Indiana, was maided last evening- to Bliss Caroline Shields, of Bluffton Mr. and Mrs. Thomas started Immediately upon their bridal tour. They were given a, great send off at the Lake Erie depot in Klolfton. and when they reached hoie tho news of their coming had preceded them and Mine Host Jones and Clerk were prepared for them They occupied a bridal suite tit the New Avol- ine, being Mr. Joncb' guests while in the city. o FOB THIS HOT WEATHER. We just received 100 Boxes best Mes- sina Lemons, 20c Dozen. Prepared Yankee Root Beer, DC Rol- tle. Crystal Springs Ginger Ale, Sc Rollle, Unferrnented Grape Juice from Vint'- lancl, N. J., 30c and Bollle. Root Beer Extracts, Gc and lOc pack- age. Cherry Phosphate, Sc package. WHITE FRUIT HOUSE. I'nj-otttw wee tlio iiit Jtoi- Cliildi-oii, if to 1 O Vour little one "will looK vei'y' eitii- iii OHO ol" Ac 31 A KANE'S WARM BARGAINS For one day oiHy new Fishing- Reels, next season style, worth ?2.00, other reels fiOc and THc, Split Bamboo Rods 70c, Braided Lisle Thread Lines, 75 feet Sc; all Fishing- tackle at lowest prices. Hammocks. The best ifl.25 and Hammocks in town. Trunks, extra good, from up to each. Traveling- Telescopes, good sixes, 75c, and FUiRS Our prices on limiting are 25 per cent lower than anybody's. Buy your flags oC us. All Baby Carriages al reduced prices lo- morfow, see them. Crociuct sets, 50c, 75c and Blank CarlrldHes, all sixes. New line ot Fancy Baskets from lOc up. Jjadles' and Children's seamless fast black hose 30c. Children's para- sols, JHc to each. Leather Belts ]0c, ]5o and 25c. Bird Cages from !iOc up. Base Goods, Bats, Gloves, Mills and Balls. Hoys' Velocipedes, Girls Tricycles and Boys Iron Wagons at lowest prices. Combs, Hair Brushes, from lOc up. Tooth Brushes, He, ]0c and Scissors from up. I'urses fiom 5c up. Pocket Books from lOo up. Albums, large Mix.es, from up to each. Pocket Knives from 25c up. Don't miss the low pi ices to-morruw al Kane's. BERRIES, MELONS AND TTRUITS FOR THIS, FRIDAY, MORNING. Black Raspberries, fie quart. Lawton Blackberries, So quart. Ripo Curranis, Be quart. Gooseberries, 4c quart. Nutmeg Melons, Sc and Iflo each. LniKe Water Melons, 25c each. Florida Pine Apples, each. And Fresh Vegetables of all kinds. WHITE FRUIT 1IOUKK. HOLD ON. T want a blue serge coal and vest like Brown boughl for nt RKIIBKN K. PATTIORHON'S. Fire Works! Fire Works! Before bnyliiK your blank carlrlilge.s, pistols and fire works, vinit tile Hporln- ncn'H Emporium anil gi't our prices. J. THAIJTMAN, T'rop., 57 East Main Kl. PERSONALAND SOCIAL Dr. and Mrs. U. G. Lipes are enjoying an outing at Put-in-Bay. Miss Pearl Miller, of Manslleld, is visiting? Mrs. Captain Hettler. Miss Edith Kollars expects to gx> to Chicago on Saturday for a visit. Mrs. T. B. lledekin entertained a few guests at her residence last evening. Mrs. Will Fowler, of Washington, D. C., is the guest of Mis. Barney O'Con- nor. Mrs. W. J. Vesey is in Chicago on business which will detain him for sev- eral days. Miss Sadie Fleming and Miss Helen Trantmun returned home from school yesterday. 1 The Daughters of Isabella held a lawu .social last evening at the resi- dence of Mrs, Owen Corcoran. Miss Louise Burkhardl and her brother, Edwin, returned to their home in Boston on Wednesday evening. Miss Georgia Ilarker, who has been the suest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rib- lett, returned last evening to her home in East Liverpool, O. Miss Bessie Hassler will have as her guests.1 over the Fourth Miss Elizabeth Troutman, of Logansport, Ind., and her niece, Miss Myrtle Turner, of Grand t-Japids. Mrs. J. S. McCurdy and children are occupying a cottage at Rome City for the summer. The stars and stripes are floating from the collage, the fust among the cotlagers. Mrs H. R, Freeman has issued invi- tations for an informal porch parly al her residence Ihis afternoon, which will be given in complimenl to Miss Vaugh and Miss Jones, of Reading, Pa. The ladies' sociely of PlymouLh church will be entertained to-morrow afternoon at the church parlors by Mrs. Cairns. Mrs. Kritsmeyer, Mis. Knolls and Mrs. Munay. This will be the last meeting until September, when the so- ciety will meet with Mrs. L. P. Hurl- buid. On Tuesday of this week the local W. C. T. U. spent a delightful day at the country home of Mrs. Ben Mclnlosh, who is a member of Ihe Hoagland union. The lunch, which was served under the trees, was a bounteous and excellent spread and was enjoyed by twenty-eight guests. All voted Mrs. Mclnlosh an ideal hostess. At 8 o'clock Wednesday evening oc- curred the marriage of Thomas O'Rourke and Miss Jessie Felts at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. Smith, at Markle. Tho wedding was of a private natme, only the immediale relatives being present to witness the ceremony, which was performed by the Rev. Har- rison, pastor of the M E. church al that place. The groom is the son of Judge O'Rourke, of Fort Wayne. The bride is an estimable young lady with a host of fi lends and acquaintances, who offer 'bt wishes for a happy marrier life. A post-nuptial afternoon party was given by Mis. W. J. Vesey, Sr., yester- day In compliment to Mrs, A. .1. Vesey, The floral decorations were many and beautiful, loses and palms being largely used. A dainty supper was served. The guests were Mrs. W. J. Vesey, Jr., and rr daughters, Margaret and Rally; Mis. Julin ITayden, Mis. A. L. Ran- dall, Mrs. Judge Morris and Miss Mor- i Is, MIH. Homer Hartman and Miss Hartman, Mrs. Ivers Leonard, Mrs. C. E. Everett, Mrs. W. L. Peltit, Mrs. J. Fox, MI-H. K. W. Cook, Mrs. John "Sale, Mrs. B. B. Hartman, Mrs. Amy Seavey, MIK. O. N. Heaton and Miss Fannie of Coldwater, Mich. FELTS-O'ROURKE. The marriage of Mr. Thomas O'Hourki- to Miss Jessie Felts, of Markle, which occurred at Markle, Ind., Wednesday, was a complete surprise to the many friends of the groom. The Huntington News-Democrat gives tho following account of the ceremony: Another prelty home June wedding W.IK solemnized at high noon yesterday at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Fisk, of DeWald street, in the marriage of their eldest daughter, Lil- lian 3. to Mr. Chailes L. Wyland- Ri'fhe, of Chicago. The marriage ncr- vice was read by the Rev. H. C. Smith, of Albany, Ind., an uncle of the groom, the Rev. P. J. Rice, of this city, as- sisling. Tlie ceremony was performed beneath a. beautiful arch of asparagus vine and Marguerites, with which Hie rooms were also piofusely and grace- fully trimmed. AH the stirring strains of the Mendelssohn wedding march were .sent forth from the piano by IHS Ruby Felt, ol Elkhart, the i Ibbon bearers, Laura Northway and Elliott Foil, both of Elkharl, entered the par- lor and weic followed by JVllss May Flsk, (he in.iId of honor. Miss Fisk woie a charming costume of Persian lawn made over white lafl'ola, with sash and collar of cream ribbon. Miss Fisk'n llowcis were delicately coloicd sweet peas. Following her maid, came I lie bride with her father, who gave her away to the groom, as he, with his best man, Mr. Dclmar Filch, slepped for- ward to meet her. The bride's gown was an imported embroidered Swiss msi-rtioii of Valenciennes lace, and a lull sahh of liberty silk. A bouquet of bride's roses completed Hie beautiful costume. Alter the coiemony, the ests partook of a delicious wedding breakfast. The decorations throughout 'io In leriiK and daisies. Tho guenln liom out of the city o Ihe Rev. and Mrs. II. C. Smitli, of Albany; Mrs. N. E. Kelt and children, of Klkharl; Mrs. F. G. Northway and daughter, of Elkhart; Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Fink, of Columbus, fnd MIKH Alma Malr-y, of Edinbui'g, Ind.; MlHM Minnie Fellw, of Bonlon Har- bor, Mich., and from the clly the fol- lowing: MISK Ilabecker, Miss Kesslo >illo, Miss Anna Miss Estellc Winter. Mrs. Edith Williamson, MiHH Etta Brooks, Ml.su Nellie You, Minn Minnie Selbt, Miss Bessie McCracken, HH Glace Harding, Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Smith and children Guy and Delia; Mrs. niKi' Morcy nnd the Misses Edith and Marion Moi-cy, Mr. and Mrs. David Eckenrod and Miss Myra, Mr. Albert Carroll and Master Carl Hobrock. Mr. ind Mrs. Reese left on tho PillHburg road for Chlcngn during tho afternoon, where they will be at homo at "The 7-12 Fullorton avenue. The ide has been n very micooHsf.nl tonohon In tho public schools of the city nnd Is i young' lady of many Intellectual at- The MEN'S SUITS We Sell At And Bring about 50 more a suit at other clothing stores, its pretty hard to figure out how you are going- to make any mon- ey by buying them there. Isn't It? Ijife size por- traits, in sepia or free with purchase of or over. Ask for coupons. A reliable clothing house, car- rying the best stock in the city, offers boys' Midday suits, worth for only wisdom would dictate a purchase, wouldn't it? You can buy at Sam, Pete Max's for all wool, double breasted suits, 8 to 15, which are selling- otherwheres for it would seem useless to waste time at other places, wouldn't It? The mothers of boys who want to join the navy, and fight Spain, can buy their suits here in sizes from 8 to 16, for only going- somewhere else and paying for same suit, wouldn't seem good Judge- ment, would it? Negligee shirts, which we sell In a variety of styles for only 50c, and are selling for more money elsewhere, you would seem negligent of your opportunities if you did not buy a few, wouldn't you? Nobby hats, in all bys, Fedoras, Crashes, Crushes, Crushers, Straws, etc., can be bought here for so little money, It would be foolish to go bare- headed, wouldn't it? You purchase at lower prices than others charge, goods of a higher grade, and have the truth told about every garment it seems like a sheer waste of time and money to trade any- where but at Sam, Pete Max, doesn't U? tainniL'iits and a fine personal appear- ance, who will be greatly missed among her circle of friends and acquaintances. Headquarters For Bourbon Berries. We have secured the entire crop of one of the largest berry growers in the state and will be receiving daily fresh from thp patch large quantities of black and red raspberries, blackberries, and will also have plenty of cherries, currants, gooseberries and plums at THE NEW KEYSTONE, 238 and 240 Calhoun St. ll'lio City JHtu.iui t; Jin Open A.II- Oemcei-t Oollcpfo Grove July All Iti ol rofVcMlimeiitH >vill July 1-3. OUT OF TOWN BUYERS. Should lake the llrst train lo Fort Wayne 1C they wish to get their orders in for carpets this week, at the won- derful prices we are now making. The rush has been extraordinary, and in four days we have sold as many car- pets as are usually sold in six months. FOSTIOH FURNITURE AND CAU- PET CO. Our New Navy. Regarding this lecture, Ihe Lawrence Sun, of Lawrence, Mass., says: "Our New in the "While Fund drew un enormous au- dience lo the city hall. At 7 o'clock Ihe moiih-e hall was packed, lloor and balcony, and the doors were closed against more than a thousand late Mr. Williams prCHonlH a finish- ed production in a finished manner. As a pall lot, ho speaks with enthusiasm, lie is un American from Drst to last." Thin lecture illustrated with one hun- dred and twenty lino steropUcon pic- tures will be niven this evening at (he Miihiimc temple under the auspices of the A. U., the profits to go the Fort Wayne boys at the front. Admission only Me. Tickets on Halo (o-day at Wimdworlh'H, CirnHM Pcllen'H and lxcr'H drug stores, also at Loins .Iiicquel'H book store and at the box ollice at thi' temple. in now Father'n Komedy Co., of Fort Wayne, Ind., h.'ivo a euro for constipation called Father's Favoreltos, A very large field s open as a Kroat portion of the people arc sufh'rcrH, and this is the first as- sured cure for cold and chronic cases beside.1) those Favorettc.s cure all fllom- ach lioublos. Try a 10 cent box first. BASE BALL TO-DAY. Mansfield vs. Fort Wayne, called al Game NEWSPAPER! IENCE Is the best teacher, and we rely upon men of experience in matters of im- portance. What is more important when a doctor gives you a prescription than to have it prepared by a druggist of known experience and confidence? Bring Them To FREESE and RANKE, lull-in tic; iwlH. 88 Calhoun St. Fort Wayne, Ind. "Remember the Name." ROBISON PARK. GREATEST 4-JULY-4 CELEBRATION. THAT'S IT. WHISCIOPTBIGON. THAT'S IT. Animated Picture greatest on earth. The battle of Ma- nila illustrated; can't be described. Must be seen. A HOT SHOW IN THE NEW THE- ATER. RIVER CARNIVAL BALLOON ASCENSION AND PARA- CHUTE DROP. BAND CONCERT ALL DAY. FREE DANCING ALL DAT, BASIC HALL. GRAND ILLUMINA- TION. M. A. F. 0 ELECTION. NEW OFKICERH Ji'OU THE MAINDIOR OF 1898. RK- Anthony Wiiyno lodge, No. 42, Modern Ainerlc'im Fratei mil Order, hold its semi- annual election lawt night and tho follow- ing ollirerH weie elected: Past I', B. Smith. L A. WololiHOlfelrtor. Vice Pi esidcnt Tlomcr Kriok. Jl is. Thetis Rlynlono. Hen otary Wm. .leflVi iea. Arnold l.eo. HorKoniil-ai-Ai ins- J.IH. Fulford. Lam Dowser. liiHlde IJortlia Blackburn. Outsldo Ira Cnry. Medical Drs. C, B. Fair and C, 10. Ileaton. The Nickel Plato Road sells one fam for tho round trip tickets July 2nd, 3rd and 4th, returning July Gth. No. 10'1-24-tO-Z. WSPAPF ft i-j y iii
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