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   Fort Wayne News, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               As a General an SOLDIERS ARE IN CAMP. NEWS FROM THE BOYS. Conducting a campaign looks to his base of sup- plies, so success in a department is assured when the base of supplies are here, supported by the best and largest lines of Laces to be found in this city, bought exclusively for the Retail Trade. We would like to interest you in our White Goods and Lace Departments, Conducted by ladies who can be of assistance to you in making selections. Do You Want to Save Money If so, purchase your Underwear of us. Our flUSLIN LINED-GARMENTS are non-sweatshop garments, everyone, and more as women like to have them made. The Black Cat Brand of Stockings for Boys and Girls, recognized by buyers as the best. Perfect Black, Sustaining and Building Up An Elegant Hosiery Business For this house. A line of Ladies' colored Stock- ings reduced from 50 cents a pair to 15 cents, a bargain. A few things to which we Invite your attention to our Special Prices on Black Dress Goods, AH wool Batiste, 36 inches wide, 35 cents. All French Serge, 35 inches wide, 37 1-2 cent. All wool Henrietta, 44 inches widh, 35 cents. 95 cent Henrietta for 65 cents, 44 inches wide. Black Mohairs in plain and brocades, from 25 cents to an elegant assortment. A line of Crepons from 50 cents to a yard. A special bargain in a Brocade Wool Mohair, at 35 cents. Call at our store for the May number of Fashions. Corner Calhoun and Columbia, Fort Wayne, Ind. IF YOU WANT MONEY For any purpose, remember you can al- ways get it at the Allen County Loan Saving Association, 32 EAST BERRY STREET. You will bft treated kindly and courte- ously at any and all times, and a full explanation of iU fajuous dollar monthly plan given you. Shares to investing and borrowing members fire one dollar each per month, or as much more as desire, Money only loaned in Allen county and on real estate security. Malunng stock is now L being paid off each month. GOTTLIEB HALLEU, Pro. ERNEST W. COOK, Sec'y. BiCYClES. i J. W. BELL, ii and 13 E. Columbia St, OUIt STOCK OF SPUING AND SUM- MER PATTERKS WAS NEVER SO COMTMSTE IN EVERY BEPARTTtrENT AS NOW. RABUS, NO. 10 WEST BEERY ST. 20 IMPLI THUTKI. 3IUS1CAI, CO.MKDV. "A Tallow Illiinlratcd Pongs. Calcium Light Dim Aniniiitcd Tietuns o! ('ruinvi.-i and our bailie ship Van Dyke Eaton Co. TEN CENTS And llu charge lur iCM'rvcd so: on Mil-. jiUl Surplus THEOLDNATIONALBANK. S. W. Conicr Calhouu anil liurry Sts. Stephen liond, Prcsideut. Jaroil llond, Oishicr. Oliver Morgiui, Vice President. Jumcs C. Cashier. Jeneral Law ton Greets the Fort Wayne Soldiers at Camp Mount Boys. Hot Springs at Home. (Mir I' o r t a b I e Medicated Vapor Baths, are Un- e.xeellud for Skin Diseases, JRhcn- inalisin, Pneu- monia, Insom nia, Gout, As- Ihma, Kczcma, J'ile-s Etc., Etc, See Them and Get Prices, R.B. RGSS1NCTON, General Agent, 101 CALHOUN ST., FORT WAYNE, IND. MONEY TO LOAN ON HEAT, KSTATFJ OR PERSONAL SE- CURITY. C. P. PFEIFFJ3R, ROOMS 0 ANJD 7, BASS BLOCK, AT LOW RATE OF INTEREST. Tlie Hamilton National Bank will pay per cent, interest on deposits left four months, from this date, and wilt receive us it always baa done, deposits of or over. 2-lf Best line of Mackintoshes in the city at Reuben S. All the Indiana, troop, an- now quar- rcd at I'ark, which is ibonl miles from Cliickamauga. The ride from Indianapolis to camp wa.s me of coiitimimi-i demonstrations. The 'oldiein were cheered to the echo all along he route. The in Indiana, towns 'ii route? wore remark a hie, and :tt Cincin- lati all tho. river craft whistled a god- peed as wi; eroded tbo river. H all llm lowers .-cut aboard through Kentucky i lid Ti-iiiiejWi'p were rations we would lave subsistence for a moiilli. While ly- ng in (he yurd.-i here a Iliijf-raising cere- noiiy was bold iit the station, and Col. !under and his baud accepted an iuvita- ion tu participate. At .Somerset, Ky.. whore coll'oe and ra- ions were issued, Company F, of Bluff- on. <-tole .t bull dog ami hid him under ionie baggage, where ho was rescued by he. Kenlnckians. assisted by railroad cm- iloyos, after a spirited ''scrap." ''Dad" Walker, of O.-siau, and Privates Kayliug IK! Sampson, of Deratuv, were lo.st some- horn in Kentucky. Not a. ca.se came tin- ier the surgeon's care. The Indianapolis and Fort Wayne bat- .erie.-i had a long, weary march to i-anip his morning, the railroad landing them it Ros-sville. from whence they inarched i half dozen miles along the famous La- iiyelte road to the foot of Snodgrass hill, ind there, at noon, sank down almost ex.- listed. Uie day being very sultry. "The thor of 'Marching Through Georgia' '.vidi'iitly rode- in a. said Private Thomjwon, and Ibis epitomised the iciitiiucnt of the tired artillerymen. Only mcc on the road was there a stop, and that was at Cloud Springs for water. Captain llankc, of Fort Wayne, and Lieu- .eiiant Oarnird, of Indianapolis, remained it Itnwillu lo care for the baggage. rates Sheerer and Nichols of old Battery were, the first lloosicr artillerymen lo the park. "Tin; priests" is the sobriquet already mod by Colonel Ktudchaker's men, iiiiiirto.rs have now Ijeeu fixed near Widow Kelly's old house. The olliccrs tcM a moetiny smd decided that they .voiild wear no hair on their faces, and be word went to every company lo shave. The impediments to be left on the battle lii-lil will include Surgeon Barnctt's board, side whihkws of Kegiineiit.nl AdjuUont Scott, of Angola, and thos-e uf Captain Saiil.-ibtiry. besides many other well- groomed faeial hedge rows. .More than -half of the olliccrs and at least 01 third of the men will make the necessary This regiment was brigaded with Pennsylvania and Wisconsin regi menu making the. third brigade of the lirst division, under Ilrigailicr Corn-nil I commanded Indiana troops jti.tl fif- teen minutes" (leiicral Jjiwtou, short time later, exhibiting 11. telegram n-doring him tu Tampa. "Tho w-nior col- ......I of the I'fiiiisylvimiii regiments will now command the brigade in-ill Ijiwlon hopeful of having Indiana men under him. 'T don't think 1 i shown much consideration by the In- iiii governor, according to pi wiid lie. "1 was an Indiana mini, and it was unnecessary I mo us uas done. I have SL groat many friends in northern Indiana, and they c prompt to their thai such a was stirred up over tho iimt- Icl." [JAPT. "MAY STILL IN Lieutenant Colonel liny, of the 157t.li eminent, Uie oilicer who mustered in the Indiana troops, is still here and does not know how scon be can get away. ll y the patriotic young women of these I'mmessefi way.stations. The colored ehild- along lliu mule, and in Ibis part of be eounlry they form no inconsiderable >art of the population, were pariieularly Milliusiaslii: in showering the flower? on Iu: The Indiana troops breakfasted at Vashville at J) o'eloek Monday morning. The trip to ChatlanOoga was made ithont serious mishap. One artillery- inn started in to thni-sh a Nashville po- iceman at the station, and was only de- red by the combined efforts of live of i fellows, who seized him and carried n to bis coach. The, soldiers were, to a isidorable extent, indifferent to the ra- ,ions provided for them by Uncle Pain 'or tho journey, relying more on the uneb counters en route for their provin- ler. In one thing, however, the govcrn- nent is very liberal tr> its soldiers, mid hat is in thii matter of colTcc. For the ,wo Indiami batteries, containing a total of men, an allowance of was ile. The "oveinment stipulates that the codec is lo cost 7 cents a pint, and caeli man is to have three, pints a day. I'oll'oo can be, purchased in quantities, >sa than llii.-i price, but Uncle Sam insists Jiat 7 cents a. pint, shall be, paid, and ex- jieclH an AI article. MAY GO TO MANILA. A spociiil from Camp Mount to the N'cwb says: After Admiral Bewey's vic- tory at Manila and the decision of the government to occupy it with troops, Governor Mount telegraphed lo Ihe war department praying that :i regiment of Indiana troops should be sent to Manila, f it could be done without disarranging plans already formed. He, bad not lolc- phe.d ijuickly enough, however, for the [jnvernor of Nebraska got in ahead of him ml a regiment of Xcbraskans was chosen to accompany Ihe division. H is under- stood now that instead of, as waa pre- viously planned, .tending about troops to the rhilippincrf under command of General Merrill, at least more 111 be senl. Following tliis information then; came lo of Harrison in the 159th Kegimoiit at Camp .Mount, yesterday, a telegram from him stating that the regi- ment might, be -riven iU choiee between Hoing lo Manila and being detailed for coast defence duly at Seattle. He asked that they reply and state which service they would prefer. Ktunk.-ml tele- graphed to him that the regiment wanted to go to Manila by all means, and asked him lo his intliioncL' to have it nent there. ]n the ol telegram it be licved that Indiana may Mid have repre- sentation on tlm field of Ocwey's brilliant victory, and when tbo nov.s became gc.ii eral in the camp the boys became enlbu- over the. prospect of rfiuh distin- guished M-rviei', and eeane to moan about their mbforluno in being left behind when tin- other regiments went, to Chick- amagua. A FOUT WANM-; COMPANY. J. T. McKlfutrick returned last night from Chicago, whore he attended n meet ing of thi! Klnff and lino oflk-ers of Uu Logan regiment of volunteer cavalry, to which his troop of horse has been ultach- cd. Mr. McKlfalriek holds n commisMon ;ts lioiitcnant in this regiment, and imme- diately upon his ix'turn issued onk-rs if hi-i troopers to report at once at tlie re- cruiting Million. Maumuc avenue, foi physical oxamiiiatiou and muster. Kach man when Uie oath is administer- ed, is ordered to bold hinibclf ready to leave on twelve hours' notice. As there are only a few days remaining before they will leave to join the regi- ment, the boys will drilled each night until ordered away. Lio.utcnat McElfatrick Pays nuola i> full, but from Uiorongli horsemen will still consideied. Wayne, should eonsidc.r highly honored by the acceptance of her hoys into this regiment, as (hoy wore Iwtcd from thirty-two troops from al oovr Ihe central slates, who liad olTereil their services lo Colonel Logan, onl e.d Af esoh berger, Fred Fahlsing, )sra DeardoiT, William McKimiie. 'hillcy ,T. Gable Sons, nroh Wagner, L. Bevcot Albro, J. Tilloii, Peter Wickliff, Thos. Turflinger, no. Schmidt, Chas. Ainaii, '.linen Gillie, Peter Coanid. Messrs, liner, MeKinlcy, GrciiHinbaugli. KIVO made application for tests of their lerdn. Tlicie tests eajinot be accurately nadc during the summer months, but will i made early in the. full. Names of the ippHcanU for the Fall will appear rom time to time in tlie Daily News- iapers. BOAUD 01' 1'UJUC 11KALTII, 13-18 Fort Wayne. UMBRELLAS Iii ;ill grades at Henben S. THE M'GIFFERT CASE. Horeay Trial Which Will Come Before tho Meeting of the General Assembly. Tlift SIcGiOVrt hereay trial id one of the rwt. important events oil the program ol f.hu General Assembly of the Presbyterian church in tbo United which meets at Winona next week. The case is likclj to prove as memorable as tliat of ISriggn u yeara ago. On tho 3d inal. tlio of Pitt: Inirjr adopted :iu oveiturf- lo bly upon the oontents of the recent book of AIcGiffert of tlie Union Seminary and especially upon his claim that f.onl's Hupper is both unsucnimcnlal ami inisyiiibulii-. Tho overture, which lias been inspired by Itev. Pimlop Jloore, one of the most, eminent of the Presbyterian clergymen, lakes llic ground that the vol- ume is "tbo most daring and thorough- going attack on the New Testament thai has over Iwen made by any lonelier of the Presbyterian chureh the writor evidently assuming that Dr. McGiffort'u attitmle is but an- other dangerous illustration of liigbor criticism. Tho ilisciisaion wbicli will follow tho presentation of this over- turfi nnd tho. action of the assembly upon it will hn awaitod with keen interest. Air. W. Krkhnrl. and wife arc vUilinf rclalivoa in the eily. Mr. I-X-khart's honn is in Auburn. in Tan or Black, are the Best in the City for the Price. R Sealou, 279 Webster St... t Reuben S. I'atlurson'ft for ticket CflO. iw. JfcCunesley, of Kiwi HcWiild strcei, hu.i returned from a. visit with elutivc-' in Terre Hautft and lirorit. Acquire a Stop payiny rent. He your own lami- Commence to accumnlale piopeit- v. I.ook ahead. While young, prepare in a comfortable old ago. JJuy a lot iu Lakeside. Twenty-five lollnrd down and five lo U'li dollars a iiouth will noon make yon the owner of lot, likely lo double in value liv (hi: lime you have it paid for. Any young man and inuny :i young woman could ea.-iily do that. If you have ?200 to pay ilown the xmd (.'o. will help you to flio money wilh which to build. Lakeside has all the advantages uC the older settled portions of the city. Call at Koom 1, Pixley-Long Block. Cupid, the God of love, lell.i yon lo make the home beautiful for the loved ones, so if you want to make your selections of Wall 1'aper out of an immense, line, plenty of all kinds, from the very cheapest to t he very best, to choose from, where yon are sure, to find goods io please yon, to suit your tiiate, just the kind "you have been LOOKING for, if yor want to go where they are glad to show yon tlio goods, whether you want to liny or not, where you arc ALWAYS sure of courteous treatment, fair dealing, prompt service and lowest prices, where they trim your paper without charge and take back, at same prico you paid for any paper you hero left over, in Bhort, if you want to ljuy your Wail Taper whore they will treat you afl you would WISH to be treated, hoping thereby to morit and rft- ceivo your patronage, you will go straight to L. 0. HULL, 90 Calhoun St.   

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