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Fort Wayne News, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana Fancy Printed Nothing so dnintf and tool and dressy for Shirt Waists and .Praam al :i moderate low price, 113 this lino we now offer At 15 Cents a Yard. TliiTB are nlnnil '211 pnUii-n-i in a largo line of colorings. At Lace counter. Normandy Pleated Chambrays l-'or Waists- new in plain colors, pink ami bluw, hemstitch- cd and tucked, ul and :i yard. The Dainty Newness of the Store In sliiiwn ill lols ami lota of prrlty novrltica at the lute couute. nl.ic.-k and Colored Ruffles for I'roUy linlllcd Band shltiln. Pleated Cascade shades. Novelties in Neck and Sleeve Knelling. and Embroidered Kims. White Silk Ascot Tics, 2oc each. Ladies' Long Tuff Ties, Satin anil Silk, Mo to 7Se. New Novelties in Fringed Tint, Me (o Ladies' Linen Collars, all wiiltlm, !0o lo 15c. Infants' Department. Ouw is ft verv complete Inf.tmV it in .-my way you wiHh. Everything on correct lines for comforiv-Baving of timo and money. Little things for tlio infants you'd not think of, but necessary, Manuel and Knit Jiimds, 25ir lo 50c each. Infants' Shirt.i, !0c, 12c, ISc, up lo 50c. Infants' Silk and Wool Kaconcs, SIM, 75n to ?2.00 each. Infants' Knihmiilcrcil Shawls. lOo to S3.BO each. l Infants' Flannel Long and Short Skirts, plain and embroidered. 75c, to each. Long White Holies and Slips. SOn to 53.00. Infants' Short White lo Infants1 Long and Short While Skirls. Infants' Diapers, Stuekiiietl anil liiibter. -20c to Jnfanls' Afghans, Ibices, Kirl colors. Shirt Waists and Blouses for Boys. Tlie.sc HCIV, biighl looking garments moUiers will be interested in. The, inaltiriiUK are good, hundnoine-. boyish designs, and iioxt to noth- ing apiece. AL 2fic BImiscs (if Madras Cloth, with and without collars. At of Colored Percales. At fiOc, 75u lind Embroidered Blouses. At 75i; and colored trimmings At and Colored Waists. At ftOu and 7rH: Boys' White Waists. Boys' Strong School Knee Stockings AL lOc. :i pair-in nil We shmv flu- Ivst Sfncfcinps ever tonrlwl black, double bm-e. splii'wl heeln and The New fork Store, Established I860. DHIGS Successors to The Fort Wayne News. Bf WILLIAM U. PACE, Entered u Srroinl-rlas.1 Matter nf Hie Poitotticc at Fort Wajnc, liid. BUBSUKHTIUN KATES: Per Annum Per Montb 40t- Oxrrier, per week, 10c SATUKDAV. MAY, 7, 1SSW. 'l.'hc faot. ntniiiin.-i that, an effort wus Otadc. to stenl t'ouncilniiin l.fimarL'.s (Je.ncral Ithun o will have dilliculty in tunvinchiK Admiial Mimlejn Ihal Ani'-ri- is a nation of the SpaniBh were laughing ali American thin week, they ;im crying" over American iicluiM'cment.s. The city ailt.hitrilics miiftt give JIIIMI (hat the jiaviilK- :iliinit. to laid an: "equally gnud." iri alwnyR ri.'ky. Tiuit. armi.il ice rc.i-cntly dcdarr-d by illanco only Ihe ki-pl. right, on, jii.i1. a.s though Mi.-re Iiailn'L hecn any anni-ii.v. Anfi-Hriiiah feeling i.-. bn'imiii- M> strong in Kpain .nni ;nnoiig Ihe in Culm, llml. if- will In- strange, indeed, if open luwfililic.-i are nuirli lungi-r avert- .'d. The. uf maiiin- .-.tid llic other day: will deliver Amer- ica oiii! fe.n-iMc. Mow." Well, you'll to omn- mer line ti. fintl .-olar plcxn.-. Duriii" a U-inpiit.iry lull in ex- while mviiiling fnnu iVw- ey, Ihe e-nmlry Miirlldl mi from Ihe inside of a Hn-u ing gum factory at C'levehni.l. Tin- London story that. Snmpiim'.i Hect lias t." homliard the Cauarii-s, is a sweel. little romiuice. If Uncle Sam should go after Mifh Mtuatl game a-> tlmt, In- would he hinihpir a liinl. The five hilvcntw ill the. 1'nilcd Stales an- making of the prc.-cnt. war fn forco the countiy In n grcenliack or free silver Thai iaetics -a kiiifn in Iwii-U. Mi'l. Hncle Siim whip all his ein'iiiiiM. Krance. imH. not imaginr Ihal. Uncle JNlin let l.lu: l-afayclle go lieiailHP of fear. It. was agreed when s-lie j-iiiled thai, U lo lan-J licr mails and al llavuna. Bui France must in- coiiviiHvtl that flic MocU.lo nl Hava- na i-, one ImlianaHi.- iias annul tin- uni.-i place in the diilo for ii fur The t-ninjilainls of luck of food mid other uf lift- Minw that. Had UK- been al. Kurt Wayne, Kviin.-ivillf. SoiMli Bi-iid. Albany, La- fayette (ir Teiie Haulo, Ihe boys would have had rjiniil on nnd A good deal has n-contly been printed in the yellow joninals of N'ew York city, showing that .-iia-e. that harbor liad been mined and orders given Mint no vessels should ailmiltiit at night, with search- light.-; flashing aenwn the. narrows tind making ligltl. us day every uonk and i-raiinv of the harbor, it would lie impossi- ble for the enemy to in without be- ing sunk. This nil went until flie other night ;i lag lishing M-hooner, that hadn't heard about the war, and the mines and the and the impossibility of en- tering New York harbor at night, ju.-t xtilcd in and lied up to a (lock as Ihinigli nolliing had happened. When the skipper was told about what he had done, n-plieil: "Wiill. of 1 could do il. pi event a little torpedo boat, cumin' in and raisi-i' Tin: conundrum is relem-.l lo the naval atilbnr- Tbe Nfwn will not be asked lo M-Ieet. the .-ilcee.-vir of Mr. S. M. F.oter :i- iiieuihiT "I the Imanl -rhool l.ee- ntimtii: lull may lie I'.r ihai Mr. Filler tmghl In tin-re .-h..uhl be no change aie many and ient; Mr. Knnfr i- "i Ihe i-qiiip- men in all lor thai who ha- fi-i-r .-rrvi-it Ihe i-ily. This being line, mi ijiii'-lii-n i'i hi- iicw- upon larilV. tinanee i.r 1'eligiim; 1H> ditiei-m in- mii-idriatiuii of his allitudi-. Ujion any nf the ph.i-.- of sociology .should mililalc against him. That by education, doej. per.-oiiiil and a sincere desire In advance Ihe pnlilie M'hooN. he. is pr-cnlinr- ly qmilili.'d In judge of their nei-iU, the poinl thai ought to consider- ed, and judged by Mr. lia.i noihing to fear from cumpuri- with any wliiw naim- an- likely to be nicillioiietl. At the .leiVeivon Stieet linveh of Clirii-1 to-mnriow. iccn will be held The subject for the morning sermon will be 'Mesus by u Sun- and in Ihi evening the Hihjnct will IIL> "The World's Debt In 1.hi> Disriplos." All are welcome. I'. J. Uiec, FORMING THE BONDS. TO BE SIGNED -TO-DAY. Alcatrai; Paving Company to Begin Work Soon Seats for Councilmen. This afternoon iJeneral Manager tine lick, of the A.k-atnu Paving; company, i> preparing his bond to complete th( street paving contracts and to insmv the city against all damans. Then; will be a bond on each of the nine con- tracts. The principal security, the Amer- ican Rom! and Trust company, ha.s been accepted by the. city as responsible Ciirily. There may be or two local .signers to the bond on the small guar- antee to keep the pavement in condition for ten years. MORK CHAINS NKKDKD. This morning Janitor Dellaven was busy aL the city hall pro-paring for the first regular session of the. new council. Thuio will be some changes in the ar- rangement of tlie fieats as there will be twenty rouncilmen instead nf fifteen. All the chamber which have been about the. various ofticea of tho city building, ill be taken back to the. mom and placed in position. The extra chairs have been rihutcd about the building for the use of the various Jl is probable that new furniture will be purchased to ply the additional demands made by tln morning from uid riiltafi-d tm a Lund uf ?.100. .Iml-41- O'Uourke Frank XichnU In twenty days iti jail fnr petit larcciiv. N'ichuh; is a I ramp ulw s-fnlu a funii a .-lotln-s line in Nebraska. Jndgi! O'Konrki- lias granted a ilivorcc u L. from A. A. -lack- tin- children and alimony. In tin- superior court the casi; of Parent j. Cnunwfll, was dccidi-d in favor of the fur I'iKlcc .lohiiHin and Knima Dobbin1-. Of Local Interest. Mi.-- l.orelta Dreicr will lelmii frmu ncvt Dr. Barnett is home from In- [iatiitpolis for a few da-ys on Mi. and .M'-s. Scott are nt home to heir friends ;it their home on Har- rison ftlreet. Mis. Kd Ituinlmrt. of St. 1'anl. is tlie of her sister, .Mrs. Jnme filler could be Delected w-t nut. the which i. caused Meyer A Co. to make this display. The display not t-ven suggested by the Centlivre i or any nifinher nf il. But the un- u.Hiial fale of the Ionic, has alone prompted the unusual exhibit. In tlie rear corner if the window space a figure of Stindow, with a Inrge bull, hears the tes- timonial that (he tonic in "stronger than beef." Standing in the midst of a taste- ful array of bottles of the tonic is a tall [iair of delicately balanced in one IIHH, u botilfi of the tonic and in tlie illicr an equal weight of gold tlimt, and at the liaf-e of the scales :i card bearing the legend, "Worth its weight in gold." The. tonic has been manufactured the pant twelve years, and the fact thai .t ban never been pushed forward for wale ifore goes lo snow that much of tonic in old, and. therefore, better than the fresh extract from the larger of the United States, which has not been ripened by age. The tonic has for several years advertised itself, and KB :iwn work in building up the broken- .town systems of many Fort Wayne ill; has been one of the. best recoimnendo- tion.H that it could have. Now the Ccilt- livre Brewing company is whipping great consignments of it all over the country, and the fale of ilie tonic linn increased 100 per cent, in the past, five months. Fort. people should join the crowds that are passing the. Meyer Hrofi. Co. .Irug Ptorc'tosee Hie line, display window. EPIDEMIC OF MEASLES. Tany Children at the County Orphans' arc To-day 111 of Contagion. This inoniing Dr. Drayer informed the Unit there was an epidemic nf at the Allen County Orphans' line. He thai, nearly all children the institution weie aillicled. Do we M'll Paper cheap? Come and see. 0. Hull. 00 Callimui St. SPOOR DECLINED. Was Offered the Preildency of tho Nicktl Plata Railroad. A. Spoor, formerly manager of the A'agner Pabu-e Car company, was offered the presidency of this Nickel Tlale road ml declined il, preferring to continue :is resident, of tin; Chicago, Hammond Mamie (iilmnrlin left for n short. with friends in Chicago to-day. THE NATIONAL REAL-ESTATE CO., OFFICE miff Over Western Union Telegraph Office, Tri-State Building, Calls your attention to three rare bargains. A fiirtt-class fnimc house, 7 liirge rooms, in first-class condition. Itents from to per month. Property worth 800.00 cash. Located in Nebraska, just ofi' Main street. Price, if wold immcdiate- lv, Terms, cush; in f year; in years, etc. Owner moved from city reason fin1 yelling so cheap, niilcii from city 011 2 good first-cla-w neighborhood, best quality 01 soil, black nnd sandy loam, 160 10-1 acres under cultivation, frame house and bam. This farm will be. Kold dirt cheap. Will take email farm or lovr price city property us part pay, balanee. on 10 j-eare time at ti cent, interest. A first-daft; fl-room fnunc and good frame barn. Lot 100x145. Room to build 2 or 3 more houses. This prop- citj- lias never been ofiercd for Ires thaji ?.'i.000.00. We can offer it for a few.days only at Terms, port cash, bal- ance in monthly payments. This prop- erty in in South Must be told immediately. CALL AND SEE US. ....GERMAN SPOKEN.... OFFICE OPEN EVERY EVENING. What Do You Think of This? ...A NEW... This JH an 1897 model, but ia, ex- cept, for ii few new features, as good an tlie 1808 model. Don't Misi This Chancel KATT SELLS THEN. Money to Loan, On Form and City Real Batata. The J. F. Schell Loan and Investment Co., 24 TO 29 PIXLEY-LONQ BLOCK. Telephone 485. No Uold! No No THE BORTON CURE. For Whiskey, Moqihine, Co- caine and PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. The Plymouth Institute IB the only one. under the personal supervision of Dra. T. A. Borton nnd N. B. AspinalL For full information address Dr. Norton's Plymouth Institute, Plymouth, It. S. .Robertson. William B. O'Ronrke. Robertson O'Rourke, ATTORNEYS AT TAW. Office: Kast Ilerry fit., over Weatfta Union Telegraph Office. MONEY DO YOU WANT MONEY! If so, call on us. We con gel MONEY you money on furniture, pi- anos, horses, wagons, MONEY etc., and leave the property in your possession. Piiynientfl ar- MONEY ranged on the monthly install- ment phi n or to suit your MONEY convenience. If you want money, nnd wnnt your bufli- MONEY nesa done quickly, privately im.l confidentially, call on IIB. MONEY Fort Wayne Mortgage Loan Co., Room 2, Seidel Block, Up MONEY Stairs. Cnlhoun Street For Sale. A lirnutiful rcaidcnco on WiUiams Btrwit; fiiglit rooms, Iianl null soft water in kitchen; gas; modern in every par- tieular. Will sell very cheap. Sec me at once. G. W. M'KEE, .14 R Hcrry Street. WATER HUNTS FOR SPlirNKLlNU 1'URPOSF.S IS NOW DUE. PAY SAVK DISCOUNT." 4-4t Piiperhiff done and lilfillT at I.. O. HllllV, HO Oillioun. Mifis Stellar, of Anirolu. l.lu! guest of Misw Ada Scheel, of Summit ttlm-t. 1'INE I.TNE OF SPnrNO AND SUM- MUM SUITINGS AT HABUS', NO. WEST HEKRY ST. 20
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