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   Fort Wayne News, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               OMB HEADACHE MEN'S. To be in style, buy a Top Coat. The hand- some, stylish garment, made with strap seams and silk sleeve lining, Our Price Only A fine grade, made of imported light tan CoVert Cloths, The handsome new styles of. ..SPRING SUITS.. Are here on our counters, brighter, more color- Ing, more life and attractiveness than ever. Come in and see them. Our prices range from to All our own make. Special Spring Prices for ..........Boys and Children. Boys' Knee Pants Suits--handsomest and new- est fabrics and designs.-plain and fancy effects. Prices range from to Boys' Long Pants Suits, made in single and double breasted styles, from the very newest fabrics shown. Prices range from to We sell the best Working pants in the city, 75 cents to Our own make. THEY CANNOT RIP. Fancd >oublc to Werriclc to Burke. Time of NTERSTATK LEAGOK STANDING. Clubs. PInveJ.Won.Lust. I'.ft. 1'oie.to 1-1 I) Sprin.-Iicld 20 12 H -lini1 New castle...... 20 -12 S jam innul Hapids.... HI Itavton 21 II 10 ..lil MaUi-licld IS !l !l 13 IS -217 IITIIKI! IXTKHSTATK C.AMF.S. MII.V liapid.s won iguin yesterday, (In- -Mini Hens Mug ihh: lii solve Atlrook's slow drops, while lllue only lasted one inning, anil Kwius ma batted hurd. Eight of HIP ten hits ere made off him, living for IKII bases each. 'I'ilO score: Ui-.mil Hupids ....1 1 4 0 (1 2 00 S lln.sc! hits Toledo. -I: (Irani! Jlapids, 0. I; lirand II. Hal- Kwiug anil Arthur; Altrock mil Cole. 12; DAYTOX. II. -May lead ii all-round yellow streak yeslcrday anil piled emu- mi error. Springllelil maiic- lained the bif: Ic'ail secured in tin; first inning to tin- end. 'i'ln1 score: Siirin-iield I 0 0 1 0 2 (I- 12 ..........o o 1 ii o :i 2 ii i; tiasc 13; Dayton, 12. Errors Springfield, I; Dayton, il. Bill tenc-i-Springfield, Wells, Ouliill mid Crulliiis: Dayton, Jlrowu and Dmmlino. t'mpire XKVV r.-VSTLK, 12; YorXGSTOW.V, YOI'XCSTOWX, -May Casl played its first, yilntc hero this season, ami n big crowd attended. Pitcher Car- vey was released to-day. The score: Xew Uastlc ......0 r, I I 2 0 0 '-12 .....0 1 -1 1200 Uase 12: Xew Ca: tie. IS. 2; Xc- Castle. .1. Batteries Dins- ire, Maitin and Xew Castle, .lohn-on nncl Han-lav. I'mpiie- Lally. TIIK NAT10XAI. I.KACCK. 1'ITC'HKIiS. U.K. Ho-lon Lewis......12 IS Brooklyn........ Meaner...... I eagu iiriflifli......1.1 II -I Cleveland..... McAllister...... Ii 10 Nen- York .........Kll-ic...... '.I 1-1 2 Washington...... Swaini...... -1 7 Second New Yilrk.S'Vlllolir-lirjdv.. ..II II I'Mnceu-AiiHil'c......HI !i :l Hats, Caps, Shirts, Underwear at Lowest Prices. J G. TfllEME SON, Cor. Columbia and Clinton Sts, MANSFIELD WINS ONE. Fort Wayne Players Appeared to Have Less Ginger Tnan a Common Circus Cake. II a pleasure tn tlic Man-lirM players run Ilic lnises yestcnlay affer- IHHUI. II. uarf tlie iirsf. of "eiiuiiH! lave seen lien: tliis reason. After up (no ijiinii's. sippeai-ed on Ilio diiiinond yes- terday to Tliey full of life from lln! stiirt and Fort pliiyeil a, if liiilf All our men had col- Ian wliicli loo lijrlit, as none of Ilicni liwinl on tlie base lines. The in (lie lield linlle.-s, tin; ,-Meplion nf 1-iteh. Tlio niiininjr slow, indeed. The visi- tkit Ihc ueie ]ilcase.l. II nils a uov- H t.v. Alloiviiy in I lie bo.v for Kort and he played an indifferent He did not liave. eonlrol lo Ilitiit. a thistle on a windy day. When lie was not letting Ilio visitors hit Ilis curves he was hitting tlie visitors with ihc liall. Til- lltickeyes sillied Ihc hall whenever if was necessary, and when it was mil. they stole liases. -Miller, ulin pitched for Hie visitors, was ncii. hit eireelively by any of (CM.....a's ,-dlls Toniiny Ciiinpliell, Tin- f.....' mils scored by Tori Wayne all killed by him." lie landed 'fur it three men on bases in tin- tliinl iiinl later knocked out a single miner similar [tut onlv one run was scored here, owing to indif fcieut base running. The yame a froni start to linish for -Manslicld. To-day the linos- iers will and will u Bailie, inakillK it. llirai out of four for us .ail ol I lie series. The score: W.NYXK. A.H.K. 11.11. A. K Kilim. i ill........ I 1 llel.leu. rl .'I II Cooke. If........ -I I r..... Ilii-ki'V. i-f I Itilil, :il, :l I'il.-li. I .-Mliiwuy. -t 1] II II Tnl uls Ii. 11.11. P.O. A. K. rl .......-I I II I' I'loi-noy, ef l-'raueis, ss lluclier. If Kulz, Hi lliirke, :lh ib Hell, r lliller, -I 0 I II I Tolals in -11 1 Tunings ........I 'J -I Ii 7 S Forl, Wayne......n u .'I II (I (I I II 0-. -I .Mansfield ........1 II (I 1 -J II !l liirned rnns-Miiiislicld. 1. Tivci-basc Three base hits Campbell. Home liils- Krancis. Stolen hases--Siplcr, 2: Klonr- noy. First base on halls -Off Alloway. I: oil' .Miller, Ii. Hit hi pilclieil liall -lly Alloway, -I; liy Miller. I. Slruclc onl- lly Alloway, I: by Miller, I. Wild WILL MEET HERE. Democratic Congressional Conrention at Discretion of the Chairman. Tlii? di'iiHHTiilic dfctrirl. committee, which met. here, yesterday, decided lo ;old tlit-ir dWrk'L soon il'tcr the sdaio convention as practicable, ind llii' exact date wns loft, io the dincre- ,ion of the chairman. Fort Wayne iiiiincd as tho place of the con veil I ion. I'hc apportionment of delegates was made fur every 200 votes cast for J. It. as presidential elector in ISM. :ind one for cverv f motion over 100. Iliiltiinoic llnj-lies...... II rliiladelphia Filiehl...... IP Second lllilliniore...... lr. -1 I'liilii ..lle.-ker-Mel-'arland...... -I WKSTEKX Indiiinapolis, S: Omaha. -I. Detroit, .Minneapolis, ('olnmbns, 4: Kansas City, S. .Milwaukee, 14: St. Paul, 4. SI'OHTIXIA Cel. together on the biiau lines. YonniMowu has not sfrlu-1; her gail yet. does mil make a bad I Iiinl liasc- Iliilii-Oll Pillk league Hill -mill open fur Ihe ,cason. Alliraay pit liis lii-t lininp- ill' Hie son fans think t'lnpire Un.l I.ally Cooke and Kilim stole liases year. Cheer up. Cinder up. Kurt Wnyne will leave fin Ihree "allies at Mansfield. I'iteher Pcjwcll, of the Clevehlllds, i> thieatened with pneumonia. is ii hustler in left liehl. but is evidently stuck on his work. Cy ywailli hils ffot back into hail lor and his delivery was punched liiird ycslcrday. -Cliiek" Slahl. of the plosions, slill ha to make his lirst iissist this season. He is ;i j.'1-Ciit thrower, and Iherefore pliiyer.s him. Wayne couhl not hit Canvy when lie Wils here, and New Cilslle reli-a-ed Ililll hci-anse he cannot pilcli. i- a -liil al tl'.McLii-ii'.- In-iivcs. Tliild Iliiseniiiu lli-Kiimey. .if Hie Clam! Uapids team, i- it reci'iil Ill is one of Hie fniversily of Ely had a linger of his pilchiiiL' hnnd hurl. ill. Kort Wayne Sunday in pi.n-liei and arrived liome last. His lin.ne will be well enough lo allow liim lo in Thiusday. On a muddy diamond Foil Wayne ca beat Miinsliehl every day in I lie week. (In a dry dial.....id uill nil -very ihiy on liasc if Die lloos n- d.nrl iiuiikcii from tlieir -Icep. A Ini-e ball league iias Invn Ihe boys of the north -ide. of four chilis- -Monarch-. Lakc-ide-. inglon Streels and Main Street.-. Tlie season opens May '21 and closes .Inly l.'i. Toledo Hee: N'ow tliat (iiand liapids lias a real hall team it is to lie hoped that the would-hc sports ill l.'rand llapids will let. it -ill-Vive. Wilhonl exception, liiele are more in the Valley City than in any oilier i-ily in the middle par! of Ihe country that is now at war with Spain. 'I he knocking is a i-horns- tthieli is ,-.....p.....d of ..iho li.m'f Miint to -ee or anybody bill Ihem-ckes If thai o( yellow h- will lei llie Crand I'.ap- team iilone. will up a Hie hunch, and Hie re.il of Cliilld Ililiiids will see they ictwccn evenly .matclicd twinis; for mt Hupids team seems capable, of hold' Us own, tind perhaps u. little, of the other fellow's very nicely. The Cuban question and polttie.tl L-suea Into with the who Butters from piles. What he most desires s relief. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve ures piles. dross it Pollens. Tim Diamond Comet Bund will give ti the Magnus llohrhack one and inik's west of Magics, on .Momhiy. May ---------------o--------------- Yon I'iin't work well when the siomiu-lu livi-r or liowcls are diaordcvetl. PKICK- LV ASH UlTTEItS is what you need. It removes that listless feeling, sweetens HIP breath, promotes good digestion, ac- livify anil irlu-mful spirits. A liuix; ft) a mjj; iicihllcr fell in the yard at the Cope feed bltiblcn on Cohunliiii. strori. yesterday morning, ami so iiijiii-L-a itself that it had to be shot. Plcabi.nt. Palntalile. I'oiL'iit, TUEIO Good. Do UouJ. Xcrurtjivkeiii Wciikcii.orUrliiu, I0c. ISc.UJc. CURE CONSTIPATION. Kf rllBj llfurdf Coraplnj, UDBlrrct, Yorl. 317 NO Tn RIP So111 guaranteed by alldruix- nU-1U-DAU tu utJttbTobacco Mr. .Jimu-s Xye lias fo Kalllc Crt-fk. Alidu, on lmsiiii's-5. Hall's Painlesi Corn Cure Is all the name implies. A painless enre for corns and bunions. At all druggists 25e. Mr. -T. II. I'enrose, of in i-ilv on Mr. L. ,S. Iron lias relume.] l.i n Si. Louis. fior'l Tuliarco Spit and fimuko Tuur I.iJc AITOJ. To quit tobacco easily nnd forever. mug L-iic, full ot life, nerve ami vigor, tnltts Ko-To :uc, tlic woEdcr-worker, weal; men strong. All sOc or 81. CuroKunriui- teed. Booklet uml sumple free. Atldruss Sterlliig KeinoJy Co., Uhloai'o or New York. Daughters of Workmen gavr- bas- ket HiiHtil at the AMine hall, Knst licn-v slrcct. hist nij'ht. Wanted. i-s tu our'utore t Ilin s ;i nin- for fJiilds. llroii- th-n, and all discuss of tlic throat ill Kioii :i tiuk-kvr than am- 'iui.Mly. ln-lipvi! it. will nire -3 COc anil 2uc. Sold by i: Tin- I ma of hiivc iU' wptiul llu'' Ari-liiU-i't-i ft Miihurin for the m-w cuunly jail In In- limit at IVrn. TO CONSUMPTIVES. As an honest remedy, Kolcy's Honey and Tar does not hold out fnlsc hopes in advanced stages, hut truthfully claims to comfort and relief in the very worst capes, and in tin; uaily Mages to elfcct a inc. Divirr Urn. fi. K. I'arkor, Sharon, Wi.s., wi'iles: "I tried DeWitl's Piilvc for itching piles and it always htup.s them in two I con.-idcr Salvp tint -n-nlcst [tile t-mv on tin; innrkol." tiroes IVIIens. dm-lni-s fail try Bimhu-k Hlood Another Germ Din num. The microscope has brought to liRht the fact that Dyspepsia is a germ dis- ease. This microbe imbeds itself ]u the tissues of the stomach, causing inflam- mation and fermentation that prevents the necretion of healthy gastric juice. This explains the cause of indigestion with all its horrors and miseries. Bra- zilian Balm is n perfect antidote. It destroys the germ, heals the inflamec surface, subdues nil pain, effecting a complete cure. Try it. Sold by Meyer Bros. St. Co., Drngginta. ASURE CURE FOR CORNSJ NEVER DISAPPOINTS, BUT QUICKLY CUBES KilT TO FBI. IHTIS'f'iCTlOS QFICIKTI. AT ALL DRUGGISTS, 23c. F. Mnniit.iriimT. NKWAHK.O. 1 Do Not Suffer Longer with Corns, But Use Hall's Painless Corn With no exception it U the best remedy for hard or bun- ions or over offered, and stands at the head of all corn remedies. It Relieves at Once and Cures When All Others Fail. jjuariintfe it lo give sati-fucUon. Dreier Bro., DRUGGISTS, ESTABLISHED 184; J. C. PELTIER, Undertaker Embalmer, FORT WAYNE. INDIANA The Pennsylvania atanon.__ fennsylvania Lines] TruinB Run by Centra) All FOLLOWB y. t Diiilr, Trniiis Depnrt from Pennsylvania StaUoa, Wayne, Ind. EAST BOUND. WEST p iii pm Limited Cliicago. from CrestliM GTIANT) RAPIDS 
                            

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