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   Fort Wayne Journal (Newspaper) - October 19, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               MOMMNfi JOUMIAU WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1898, CLOAKS. We Are Not talking is no know the merits of pur are Right, from start to finish. MONEY TO LOAN. ON ItSAl. ESTATE AND PUU- SONAI SKCUUITK. LOWKSt ft ATK OK iNTKliliST. CHAS. F. PFEIFFER, 6 and 7 llaua lilock. Autumn Dress Goods. judge this dress-toads stock by lu ttlftc. Judge It by the extent and variety Of the aasorlmfcnla.. Judge it by the vrlOMk Judge It by whatever standard you may tfatvlt Is not surpassed. The beat ioania of Europe ami America have sent their most worthy productions here for your tiuDMttou-raud Vour ing. Dress Trimmings. 'The very newest conceits tit garn- itures and trimmings are here in dax- xllng variety. They bailie deatrliitluii see t belli. CALL AT OUR STORE FOR OCTOBER NUMBER OF FASHIONS. Blanket Truths. "AlMVool" in the. blanket trade cov- ers a multitude uf sinsf-cotton and shoddy tiliid. The truth about blankets is Imperil- tlve In thin blanket set-lion ot ours, e tell you what our blankets are. heii we" say "all wool." you may de- pend upon It. for if partly wool or all n limn Underwear and Hosiery for Fall. The wanted Mrla in ample vnrlety. I Careful lutecium has hnuinht here the UiorouBhly tiiod and dependable The rliia for cluuwliiK. The opportunity to buy ami auve In the buy, U presented here. A Silk Chance. The beauty and the quality of these I allka will appeal to the tastes of criti- cal women. The savings will appeal to all. PIANOS Have no equal in Richness Depth of Tone, Artistic and Design, and I Weiring Qiu'lities. We give I Best Guarantee issued. THE CITY HEWS. Mr. WobrfMik id vialluig frivuda lu Muucie. Mr. and MIS. Uiu-uln lilxtir, u-e rfejoiduie over the advent ut u sou. Mr. William iliwlel baa goiifc to Cuyaaua, 111., to visit his brother, the Uev. Christ Inn UledcJ. of Lfitter Carrier iiemy i, wliu has Iteen tluwn with iiid fcvtr. Is greatly improved. Mr. p. C. I'lahef UJid wife among the miwbV that" went (a tcrday to attend tbu. peace jubilee. The Hurreiuler of Cornwallis wll celebrated this evening by Anthony No. 1. Suns of lh( 1 I I M I I I I I I I M I I I M I M I I I I I TOOTH LOSING, _ IB tooth, thai has bucu iiegloCted [he aavtug itiiie, not fruu any tiiss uf a valuublD looth, froia I me areud the yttin "of r Our uiethtida of eiitraoUuB tcetn. apply- IHfi Vlttltod'AIr hy the P Qiyde c. ciauii. ti. E. church, nf si. i-u teh pain from i operation, airf iiiay be ny without U. S. Dental Parlors, 93 Ctkltiouu wtrtet. Dnir J. A. J. W. WlUluu. Mirr Welcome Frosty Footed October, the Stocks are Complete. Buy now while The Test of a Store j la to tempt you to come again. The treatment must be right und the goods uid prices must be right, or one ex- perience will be enough. We aee lo It that goods and styles and what you are to pay. and the treatment you get are all in line with the moBt progressive likely in the lead of it. This Old Corner Store has blazed the .way so long that everyone looks for It In the very1 front of, the front. Women's Tailor-Made Suits. It la the lines of a tailored suit tha too.we or mar IL There are all told, perhaps half dozen makers whose suits are so we Broadcloths. atlored. so perfectly shaped and leverly designed that they are the ac- nowledged leadeds of the country .Their ults are found only In certain stores. The llev. C, P. W, Meyer left for Plituburg. where he wl the sermon at ihe dlatrUa being hejd in that city to-day. J. C. Tiuekmun, aon llifc IteV. J. P. [itoiikmun, who ia u member uomjiiiiiy 11, oft he One hundred unit alxluih In- dluna volunteers. Id home on a seven (day furlough. Mm. T. E. Klllstim has gone to at. JLould'tn attend the Federation Mu- elubK. She will he the fcuest [lira. Deane Cooper during her sojourn the western City. Liiru. J- Thmnnsnn, who la employee Practice limited to of the aa motonnan, on (lie Belt line. Is crit- EYfi KAK, NOSE AND TIIttOAT. Ucally III at the home his abler. is suffering with bowel trouble, and ai operation may be necessary. Jack Van Jtoy, who left here with the Znlllnter battery, but left thai organ- ization, to Join the signal torus that went to Porto Rico, has returned home, having been mustered out of the ser- vice. 120 CALHOUN STREET. i DR. BULSON ounces the removal of oftlce t< hla rcaldunce. SS West Wayne Street. Hours" 10 to 1. Telephone. Main 413. L. O.HULL. WALL PAPER. EBERSOLE PIANOS! Hive no equal In Frank B. Long, 119 CALTIOUN STREET. Largest Line. Lowest Price. Sure to Please You. HOUSE PAINTING, PAPER HANGING, ETC. 90 CALtiOUN STREET.   uir in central and southern oil Meeoiltl cceded by rain in-northern portions, _ Q CONDITIONS. NOTICE The storm area remained central over Cor. Calhoun and Columbia Sts. THE INQUtBT. JACKSONVILLE, Oct The "war Investigating commission to-day dealt with general staff officers of the Seventh army corps and officers and men of the Second South Carolina .regiment. The general officers examined included 'the chief aurgeoni'tbe chief commissary, chief quartermaster and inspector gen- eral of the corps. The sub-committee, consisting of "General- "Wilson and Cap tain Howeil, appointed to investiga the selection of Fernandlha as a cam returned to-night and reported the approval of th'e selection. tlie city ttiiil every loai" d Wltll MttlllC O other.. TSfG- CO. OYSTERS AKD SMOKED PISH. Selects for frying. 25c can. Pest Stewing Standards, iOc can. Best Celery, bunch, 15c. park Cape Cod Cranberries, 6c Quart, Iceland Halibut, '14c Ib. Smoked White Pish. lOc Ib. Smoked Sturgeon, 3Cc Ib. TVHLTfi FJXUIT HOUSE. tin; %vay to yro- Witm ol" Cu THE JCANCHBSTEE KABTTKS. oC ai5 pupils. Nineteen are attending i the training school uualnst sixteen last FATHER M. J. BYRNE TO LECTURE js AT LIBRARY IIALL. j obtainable will be rea- The 23rd of November Is dedicated by .1Izad Curing the term.______ e people ot Irish birth or CHANCE ra. To visit the Omaha at low ic day Is to be appropriately celebrat- excursion rates will be October 2ath, on in this city On November 23, 18G7. which date there are special rates via. e three younff Irish patriots, who had the Nickel Plate road. Aak agents. Mi en convicted of treason to England, ere hanged at Manchester, they were i OETTINa EEADY. t allowed to speak, but'just before! drop sprung they cried out with A FOOT BALL TEAM OF OLD MA- w AtlMitic eicept over New Bneland, ,s-herew given that on th 4th day ot October, IfflS, the auperlo e AtlMitic eicept over ew nean, 4t ay o coer, hern the pressure Is still hleh. Coiaer court ot ,uien county, Indiana, en r Nebraska 1 nerft me pressure aim eather nrcvoils, f rom Nebraska V from 'Michigan .and low" outheastward the temperature Ml fro judgment in 'ray favor agains Jacob H. Shell, and further ordere that aai.4 turn over to me imme anu and laundry bill "ardTto near thVsulf coast and in Texas." '6r mine nta hands. Jglit'and fell from the Mis- r.'Therefore notice is liereby. given thi isslppl valley eastward-to" tho Atlantic' -i--'--------- m oaat, and snow continual to fall In.iUie Ilsaourl'valley. -it he drop sprung tey cre ou tne voice "God save Ireland" and the; .'TERJAL THAT WILL BE GOOD. words have been immortalized In one, Bolhertal; whal wln undoubtedly. .Ireland's national anthems. The an- ..wanMBt.. ,oot ball versarj- is universally- material lhat W11S ev6r dressed In Fort Ishmen and their descendants. It v. 1 occured at the rooms rByrne'wm'IeSe'r the Fort Wayne Athletlc dub last iecture on th? martyrdom the Uiree W of N GLMYOYANT. knowing themselves il debtcded, to me for laundry Tvork, TV; please call at the Fort Wayne Stea 46 West Main; street an settle said accounts, ft "WJ B. PHILLIPS. Know- your future, Ma3am Pe Car- Scc tluit nil tlic son, the noted palmist antLmedium.has Up-oll liox our lafeel ou arrived and is permaiiently located '.at XtiUe uo otUcK .'1C you 12 E. Main street, in.the rear. Ojnly I jfrdcer don't Iccep it, tele- 25 and 50 cents for the first 3tt i us, 3SS nn one ot "0111- NOTICE. 1 wtop nt -vcmi- door. STEA31 The only Complete shear grtndlug ma- .XXG- CO." chine in the city at 61 East Berry, street. i9-eod-3t Dressmakers', 'barbers'' and all. small All work! -Mackintoshes guaranteed.. ED STERLING.. I Patterson's. rubber" coats of maintaining a foot ball team -that could cope with the other teams of the Indiana. Ohio and Southern Michigan, with credit to Fort Wayne, was dis- cussed, and it was decided that the city could 'support such a team if it could_. produce such a. team. Judging- from size and comparative length oC hair the men attending the1 meeting" lastr TUB large atienuanue U.L evening, it will be hard to find a ttutt schools of Fort Wayne, as shown by the this side the county line that .will be report .Qf the first month of the school able to score against them. -v. year, which ended October 7, is highly j Following is the personel, of .the learn gratifying to' Superintendent J. N.' selected. The'line and'back are sub- Study and the board of. school tms-Jject to some change in positions, hut tees.-.The reports shows that there was this line -will be tried: erested In Irish.or English history. LAKGE ATTENDANCE. NEARLY? FIVE THOUSAND CHIL- DREN ATTEND THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS; The large attendance at the public in attendance-during" the month 4.639 .when the doors of the new .Hoagland school building are thrown openjit.ls expected that the five thous- and'mark reached. The atten- dance is about the same as last year.. Of- the total number ot pupils, in the schools are In the primary deT partments; in the grammar de- partments, while the high school boasts Right Right Right ,Center-rX.oveless. Left Left Dick. Left Quarter Kienets, Half Charles Bond, klein. At THE GREAT RECEIVER'S o Ck> mad, close out our entire stock WITHIN ONE WEEK, aod offer to the people of Fort Wayne and vicinity a week of bargains nmking prices far below anything we have yet orifices been made in any Sai, Merchants will do ,e.l to caHand supp.y their needs. Here are on.y a few of the DRESS GOODS. '50 PC, Fancy Wool Dress Gooi3s, were 45C. closing price 50 PC. Fancy "Wool Dress' Goods were 50c, closing price 30 PC- Fancy "Wool Dress Goods. T 75c, closing price 25 PC. Fancy 'Wool. Dress Goods, were closing price'--: 65c Best Fancy Linings 9c CLOAKS, 25 ladies' Fall Jackets, were ?10 to 515, closing price ?'.00 25 Ladles' Fall Jackets, were ?5 to 57.50. closing price 52.59 25 Ladies' "Winter Jackets, were to ones Children's Lons" Cloaks, -wer closing price to 520. closing price 25 Winter Jackets. SUITS. Ladies' Taltor Made Suits. JS, S10 rcre and Sli5 goods, now to S7.50. closinR price S2.00JS1S and 520 styte now............. JS.OO Children's Fall Jackets, wore J2.30 to 25 Ladies' Mackintoshes, -were S3.00 S3.00. closlns: price and 53.50, now CORSETS. Kabo, W. B. Thompson's Worcester or any Corset, now Any to Corset closing price JLOO Specially low prices on Infants' Slips, and Skirts, as well as on all kinds of Ladles' Muslin Underwear. KID GLOVES otter our entire stock of Perrin's, "Werthelmcr and. other maJtes of ?150 51.75 and S2.00 Gloves, closing price SU Lace Curtains 10. and 15c' closing: price 6' 50c Drapery SilKs NOTIONS. Coat's Thread 100 Yd. Silk Thread 'Be SUk'Twist 2 for -3c Embroidery 'Floss per skein 2c Velveteen Bindings.................. 3c 25c Pocket Books...........-........15o 50c Pocket Books 33o 100 Gross Fancy Dress Buttons, were All Lace Curtains at 25 per cent less i JSc and 20c per Ooz to than manufacturers' cost 5 Dozen Feather Boas now .........Kc These are not baits but only samples of the wonderful bargains awaiting you. Come now and avail yourself of this money saving sale, you may never have such another chance. RECEIVERS FOR DUNN STAFT,   

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