Fort Wayne News, May 18, 1898, Page 16

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May 18, 1898

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Fort Wayne News, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana THE BOSTONSTORL Great Bargain Sale! All Colored Drcts Ciooih reduced to IDcts. All Sects Xovelty Dress Ooods to SOcta. Special low jirices on all Block Dress Ooods. Late Curtains wortli S1.75. ;i.33 Jjace Curtains, worth 52.00. Tapestry Curtains, worth J2.50. TOcts Hcd Spreads, worth 9Mi Spreads, worth Special low prices oil all Spring Under- wear. Udies' Waists at IfO, iW) worth 50, and Special low prices on all Itihbom. Summer CorHo-U, worth Uriels. 2fjcts tiertts' Colored worth 35clH. red and black IViiils, worth fids. Indigo 111 HI; Prints, worlli Sols. L'nbleacheil .Muslin, worth 5cU. Don't Fail to Call at the Boston Store as we are Offering Many Great Bargains for This Week. WM. HAHN CO., THL BOSTON STORE. HAWAIIAHS READY TO FIGHT. Volunteers Will Tholr tot with Onlttfl States Army. VANCOUVER, JJ. IS.- The war excitement, is intense in Honolulu, according lo advices by the steamer Pa- roo, Arriving direct from there yesterday. On the approach of every strainer the rntinj popnlat ion turns out on the wharves in hopes of getting flic, latest news. 'Hie Anglo-Saxon feeling is very strong, and iilrno.it. every vestige of hostility to the iumuxuticm movement, has disappear- ed. The people, of Hawaii, on receipt of the news of the victory at. Manila, were jubilant and ready in the midst of their enthusiasm to hand over the islands to the United States to help her whip Spain. The utars and stripes arc conspicuous a" over the ishLmK and in Honolulu il American Hag is floating from a great nia.ny private residences. A number of Honolulu citixons arc organizing for service with the of Cuilcil Stales. The volunteers be lievc, from private informafioii, tlmt (hoy will alHO be. assigned tn active, duty, which is (he reason of their prompt tion. Reliable men of uiPiina an; behind the movement and every detail been attended lo. A halt alien ivilllx; captained bv fin experienced United States mililia- man. They arc now only waiting for ad vices from" "Washington to swear allc- INDIANA'S GRAND ARMY. Large Attendance of Veterans at Columbus Mooting. Ind., May IS.- 'Hi It, the liiih-lp, the public- building and ilrpnls are sujiriiiiiij! uith (I. A. It is tin- nccasion nf olliceia. Dr. H. llavi-. nf Port land, is "i-and nia-lcr: o. Cialioi-. nf Mnni-ir.. is depntv and W. II. l.eedy. of is H-r-roliirv. Thr- laltcr's rcpnil Iliat lh ii-27 aciivc .-iibni-dinale Ind-cs in the state, anil ar-livr- member- an inciea-c ill mciiili.Tship of l.lim. Tlrr- n-pr.rl rif Ilie bnildinir cmnmillee. wliicli ha.s [he entire mailer nf Ihe pree- lion ol a new "land lodfje hall, will make public for tin' lirsl. time Ilie rea.-nns why tbr> ni'W building lias nnl br.r'll cnminenet ed. Al !he last -emi annual held sirv lo be niade bv lhc Kralld were marlc. buildi'lIU' cnmmiltc pnwct'd prnrcr.d witli Ihr II. I :i hum at jier edit, and entered info a eotitraet for Ilie iiHiiifv. Later tin- oi two tlniu of wi-re njiisidncd ami min adopt- ed. This led a law .-nit and the. com- mince H-iis li-itiug the con- (ruet fur Ihe piitiih to the firm if The injiinetiun lompar-' OMieer.s were ollrras: I'residi-nt Annie l.a 1'nlli-lle. In- Seerclarv L. Cranor. Muneie. TieaMiicr-.Mrs. Jtliodr-s. Lafayette, fhiiplain Deloni Troppcr, Pr-ru. H. Hathaway. Aurora; Anna .1. Henderson. South Ik-fid, and Ol- d-ami Marshal Miss I.o- sansporl. Cnmluelrcss llhiekhiini. Draillir. tinss. Andrews. Outside (Jiiai-dian Xola Jloward, "Ml. Vermin. A per capita lax of 15 cents for the maintenance of Ihe home was WAITING FOR ANOTHER. A Second Call for Troops Regarded ai Piobabln. IXIllAX.M'fH.IS. May IS. II A SOLDIER VERY ILL. HE MAY HAVE PNEUMONIA, A Member of the Illinois Troops Taken From a Wftbash Train in Tail City To-day. l.ieilleliailt S. Cole. ittiMnliiJjl Mlir of Sivth lif'-iinnmt of Illinois Voluiilcers. i- l.vin- ;tt hospital ii Licuh-mint Cole under his hors'.v "Ilil11 i-IVect bsis euine from and was yrai.- ..f The inni-rtil will be fht'iv i- nut hiim n dirrH. nature from I nl. I n'dni-k Thlir-ilav afLernoon nl her S) and 'it 'is hopnl'thal 'n'" "f Ah- Wm- wil1 the stale can ils .jiiola m-eiln-r IMd nl '2. o'clock Thur.-ilay afternoon from e s e in iie if a sei-nnd eall eomes. Tile in the n-ideiiee of pari-nls. -12 Charles timalion is Hint Imliana's see.md ipiuta I fnilll Sl. I'at- of infantry" and I one batleiv. This will the Battery the npportunily that was denied In wiping out Ihe last of a .-n.-li as Iliat and under Ihe coinniaiid of V. .M. it.tckim, this cily. anil of which are throujrhout the slale. NII arrangement has yi-l been made f..r ihc foniuition of a. new Ind'cuia National (Jnard. The Dana Hatterv and C.enci-al MeKre and are all tlmt. i-. lefi of the old. This is not considered much of a nucleus about winch to and it is thai in of a tion remnants nol be consid- ered a part, of it until they shall bsive -one the n-jnlar routine of ad- nission. 'It. is not the desire of "nit. ii in-w hr io in-M that men making application i become of tin- Indiana National Cuanl shall he subjected to a physical lar army. The tin- -tali- was pnl lo on account, of ihe hun- dreds of men who i-ame here ami were 10- jnti-il by ihe has tlie nei a call whii-li should the mu-lf-r- iiiiT int.. the Tniled Stales fhe fiitnn- Indiana National Cuard. it is in-n- tlmt. he smallest pn- cent ..f T.ien be rejeeled on acc.inni. of DISASTROUS FIRE. Business Portion of Attlshoro, Mass., De- otroyeil by Fire. til by lire this moruiiiL'. Foiirlcen fai-- ories. occupied ehicllv bv jeweh-y iiclurers, a doxcii dwclliiiirs and si ore- Air. -I. 11. llaislip, of Omaha, NV1... rick's Catlmli.- .-huivh. The llev. Fatbcr will olli.-iale. The "funeral of Mr-. San.aiitba Kirk- ham was afternoon from tin- and Jii o'clock from the Craee llefortucd "buich. IN-v. A. R. Xart- Of Local Interest Mi-s Minnie Smith relunied from a vi-il in Larvvill. Thu School c.senision lo IN.mc i be June Mr-. S. .1. (tannin- ami -mi. Itoberl, left to-day foi ;i lonir in ('alifoniia. ha Thi! pit-nii- to have hecii hy the im-mlii-rs nf Mi1-, -li-nnii- Onusliy's rhisM's lo-mtjirow afli-iniiim at Kolilson Park 1ms heeii postponed until nuxl wrcl; The Lanndi-y Tninu uill an and al A. O. I'. bsill Monday The nin.-ic will be Ilirui.hcd Star Mandolin club. Mr. and Mis. Hurry Phawl, Mr. C. O. .Mr. M. MyloU. and Misses M Toitchcy and M. Diake, of Decatur, sire in the city for a few hours. Libcrly Conmil No. -1-2, and Ladirs of Columbia, have arranged to cn- lerlain Ihe. mernhcr.s and .their families al Hcd Men's hall, ,-oriier nf Calhoun and 1 "Jerry si reds, on Thursday May io which all are lo be On livening in lhc Sunday school rooms of the Wayne .Street M. K. clmrch the church meralwrs will enter tain at a book social. Every person at- tending will receive the present of a book These hooka belong to the popular Moody Colporfago library ,aDd are well and fa vorably known to everybody, having been offered for salt; here by Kt-v. .1. Wil- bur (.'hiipinan. There a variety of subjects, adapted to all ages. The following program will rendered: I'iano Hrilliante. .C1. Holm .Miss Klsio 0. Ilolmim. Mnndc Pprri' Alavournpen" Dcwt-y Club. Xatiuii's Trust of Amer- ieanipm''...............Mr. C. C'ail Duct -Mr. M. C. Wright and -Mrs. K. F. M'eLaohtan. L'neh; Kodgp.rs Hniifj a j'ifturo''........iliss Cnrriu Sc-hradoi from Hilcy................. ...............Dr. Bud V. Sweringcn Hong with Violin Aci-'onipaiiinieiit Mr. Peophis and Miss JJllian .Sehrador Admission Ific. Cool's open al 1'rograin at 8 o'clock sharp. EUROPE'S BOY KING. Something of and Cbnacter of Alphooio XIII. WASHINGTON, May youngest king. Alfonso Xflf. of Spain, was 12 years old to-day. He is the post- humous child of Alfonso XIT. of the. house of Bourbon and Christina, of the house of Hapsburg, who is now the qnorn regent. The boy king's father, n son of the much- talked-of Isabella, wns one of the most promising inonarelis, if not the best inon- iireh that, ever sat on the throne of Spain, ;uid much was expected from him in tin way of progress and reform, when an un timely death carried him hence. .Alfoiipo XIII, ever since his birth, and robably because of the sad circumstances .vhich accompanied it, lias been the sub- eel of much ominous prophecy. He is of very delicate health. In fact, lie owes .is life in more, l.hau one H'n-e lo !bc tcii- h-i- can; his inoibcr. 'J'he boy is of iinnll stature, nervous., ami given to ec- llu htis the face of the Jlaps- gs, with the, prominent lower lip. and blond L-urled hair. In eomplex- on. bowi'vcr, be is swarthy, like all the le'vonm: ilnilv life .-iib'-s miirc .stricllv cnfonrd. perhiip-S ban in the ease, of the lowliest, of hi.-, Mib- ccts, but. tint enloreemeilt is the if a mother's care. ICvery Inuir of ilie lav is devoted lo si slated pnrpo.se, wliieh lever varies. Tim physical culture iu- ludes bicycle and apparatus gym- Hesi.lcs his mother ionjrue the boy :pcaks English and Fieneh lluenlly, and iu is now deeply engaged in the study of German. curriculum of his ,iudies (Minal to that of a college- for ireparalury univei.-ity Up io Ibe recent, riots the boy was jllite :i fsun.iiai- in the sin-els of Madrid, usually attired in si Bailor suil. fjrand occasions bo weavs ihe nniforin >f ;i cadet of tin; royal military aeademy. le is said io be somewhat precocious, harp and'quick in retort nud m periods. If Hie Uonrhon dvnustv lin-s lit- priwnt tt.ii. Alfonso XI11 will In-kill" .t Spain in his own live year.- from o-dav. CYCLONE IN NEBRASKA. [uch Dtmage to Life Property is OMAHA. Ni-li.. IS. A .-v.-lnne ,vepl. over this n-etion iillei'- IKIII. result-. While nil the for :i nidiiii- "f Kivvr M-IMHS to ivc mtlVivd w.n-l. mid u-iis in ilie nler nf tin- loniado's path. The wires ilcmn iiml nnly di-lail- have ....._......... dniini: the .-.tiiun .-vcrvbody in storm eellar.-i. The was partially destroyed, and the wa-, "iiinj; Vitb the storm, Ihe it s-alVr io keep inov- A ninnlier loruados seemed (o Ibat -c.-linti al lln- time, id tlie debris of buildings were .-very din-cliou. The ln-avy train ran before the terrific ..lie loi lliiily tniles witboiil steam, so was Ibe wind. place tlic cyi-lone pass At thi hurl falling timlir Mrs. lliirrv Au-liu ii'ml two children U'H- pinned'beneath hillin- and erioii-ly injured. A-icnt Sam Mo-ton, of he I'nion Va'-ilic. Milfeied a broken Ir-: i-liih- to fnun a fallinir loiiH- Mnnu cellar. The to towns in tin- vir-inily .-eems to hsive icen severe. Wires are down in every di- eelioti. Tbe cyclonic colidilious prevail- d for Ibree hours. in lhc Miiintry of here, Ihe niadi) si-cini'il to be baring toward the ound in that direction, with increasing BICYCLISTS ARE ACTIVE THEY MUST CARRY LAMPS Several Accident! List Ordinance to Compel Wheelmen to Carry Lights. Tliis morning t-fivoral of iht1 nin-sl jtroii! incut bicycle willed at tlio News i slrtilfi (o ilu'ir certain knowledge iliuru were no less Hum ten collisions ui whirls on our city .streets. Tlio pcopl wore Jiion: or Jess painfully hurl, li, said that none of the riders in these c sioiib lamps on tlioir wheels. The representatives of the riders sa that they would prepare an ordinacc foi llio fity council to IHJ presented ut thr- next meeting, to eompcll all bicycle riders to have lamps on Uioir wheels, ant! also to compel all vehicle owners who ride a night to have at least one lamp on inch vehicles. Tim aocidenls are so jiumcroi that such measures are essential lo lite safety of our citizens. A wheel crashing into a vehicle will often cause a runaway and it will lie a protection to botli vein clo owners and bicycle riders to rum lamps at night. There are several councJluiuii whu tin in favor of this measure, and it will Jikclj receive, much encouragement, when ]i fiitcfl fur action. The Weather. Slimvi-is itnd thunder sln in central and northern portions this af U'l'iiotm to-night. Tlmrsda-y, cloudv. Subscribe for the .NEWS. For the Bath. An added pleasure ivitb nil the rrqui liorax added to the. water makes a bath cxbiliratiiifj, and (ends to make the skin healthy. We've all the leading Soaps, Sponges, Bath Brushes ml sii Ibe rijjlit price's. can ,'lint- von want, because the sissorlincnt Freese Ranke, PHARMACISTS, 83 Callionn Street. TO LOAN FROM ID ANY AMOUNT. INT PERRON TN NEED OF MONEY m borrow it on their Household Goods, Pianos, Horses, AVagona, Carriayea, Bicycles, Store Fixtures, Etc. THE PROPERTY TO REMAIN IN YOUR POSSESSION All Business Private and Confidential. So Deity. Lowest Ratei. IT PATS TO BORROW OP US. LOANS TO SALARIED PEOPLE (Ln- dlefl or gentlemen) on their own name. INDIANA MORTGAGE LOAN CO., ROOM 3, ARCADE. (upBtair Open Saturday 7 to No Gas! No Pain Teeth extracted free of charge and without pain between the hours of 9 and 10 o'clock a. m. until Saturday, May 21. 'etfect Work Out Snccesa Continuous. Xo More Dread (lie Drnlal Chair. TEETH Extractci] Without Pail Crow net! Witlitmt P.iin. Filled Without Fain. Srt cfTcolh EeR icoth IS. S. 7hito} 22t Cell Crewaa Vtallrri Air .S1CC S6.C GCc Silver 5Cc Brllcfi Wori, per tooth-SLM A Written Qaarsctco for 10 No Charge for Ex- tracting when Teeth are Ordered. lint falls in mouth? Li 11 oi remedying iul n ilul Parlora will be of Ik'iulor, a id l.y lhc [.rofeviiuii lo lie (lie i-jsii-it. rat ex traitor of tctth in tlic'Unitctl aiaits )ur Success is Causing Consternatisn Among Competitors, -.ire w' N0 PLATES We are only nffli-e in MLC city lint have thf IB to till, cxlrnut and crown teeth without a ].ar- iclc nf ji.iiu or li.nl after effects, flive us n tall will jilcase yon nml you will sonil your it-nili. If :iie not wlklli-O 'we will iniiki- Mrs; A 44 Uvina St, siyv: .....Hi tiM-th extracted ut Itoston Mrs. I.. -T. K. Wiish. Kt.; Mr. A. ('jnulinn. Aulmni; Cliarlea Stalo liifiiiluiu; .Mr. William Voclnifc.T. C. Open until U ID.; unlil 'J. p. tn. Lilly Attnulnnt. BOSTON DENTAL PARLORS, 74 Calhoun St. Situations Wanted.- and organ pupils, t 25c per lesson, ut 92 E. Jcffcraon St to ilo by u worthy person. Cull or address 5 Harailto to ilo by a middle- njjiid woinnn. Inquire or uddresa "T. this oilice. 29-tf pusitiuii us nurse by a. ivt- iiinn of expcvionce. Cull or address 21 ilcLaujjhlin street. 01-fit Female Help Wanted. WANTED-A j.-ood Berry St'. tor general limis work. Inquire 135 Wallace Bt. H cook. llrs. M. .1. Wood, 1.14 Kast JIain street. Family of tLrce. Good wages. middle agi-d German lady to ktep house for man with two children. One that understands cam of children. Xo other need apply. Ad- dress for full purticularSj "A. B." care XCWH oftire. 18-4p% SET. LADIES, "s fn" address, PLAI-XLY WKITTEN, and will cxpresn you 75 of our sweet and exquisite AltAUIAN PACKETS (in powder form to scent glovefl, handkerchipfs, clotliinjr, to sell among friends at 10 CENTS oiicli. When sold, remit us {ho money (after deducting express charges) and we will send you for your trouble a lovrfy DBCOILWKD ENGLISH TRA SKT of at piwra (full size for. family Bich ret is artistically decorated in colors, tasteful leaf and (lower pattern. The shapes are of latest style, which every lady will ap- preciate. Order at once and name NEAREST EXPRKhS OW10E. Ad- dress, AKAJJIAN PEHKUMO CO., Bridgewater, Conn. 18-eod-Up Male Help Wanted. bright young men to can- vass and collect; good pay, steady work and quick promotion. Must be welt acquainted in the eity and furnish the- bp.st. of local rcferencus. None need apply. Address Box' IHJ, Fort I ml. fliscellaneous Wants. kinds of shears grinding: to do, by tlio only electric shear grinder in flic city. Trice 10 cents. EDWARD STERLING, l.i-if Ul KastUeny St. For Rent. FOR lltit. 7 suitahle for nno in- tun small familiw. cenfralVr located: tras and wjiirr. Knuuire at -HI MiidiMiu St. JS-tf FOB large ground iloor roimin, .suitable for otliccg. Private en- trance. All conveniences. Gill or ad- di'CPS V. I'. A., AV. Jterry St. 18 3p JFOB house, 525 South Callionn St.. Hath room complete, heat- ed by hut water, gas :md electric chan- deliers in all rooms; cement cellar, wjtii- .shite laundry tub; driveway from Cal- hmm Rt to barn. Will lease to good- party. Inquire at Xo. 37 W. Ecrry St., t.'or. TTarripon. 3-tf For Sale. IfOK SALE firnnliful bay pony; four years old. Handsomest pony in Fort AVayne; broken to tiarneas. Address- this ofliee. D-tf FOB A nice six-room I'oi.fjige; modern improvements, in Williams' addition; owner living out of t.he city. For j.aitiuulaia call 220- E. AVashington. 22-w-s-tf FOB SALE -Very good property oa monthly ijayments. I aJso buy nnd cxi'litmge city or farm property at any time. Also money to loan. Inquire 3 and li Bank IHock. S, FREISTOFFER. Office, 125. f Itesidenee, 859. Professional. A New Discovery 'hat is Revolutionizing' Gynecology. AH it gradually di- lates the womb, al) nervous diseases, aria- ing from Spasmodic Aetion, are cured. Also PAIMFUL MEN- STRUATION, TU.MOltS and OVARIAN DISEASES. For particulars send two- cent stamp. Argents wanted. Territory for sale. Dr. Finkw, 311 S. Oth St, Ca'mden, Jersey. 2-12-ws-3m DB. B. GABD, BESIDENT SPEOIALISIP. Special diseases of MAN and WOMA5T.. OHIF1CIAL of either sex. Trusses fitted and rupture cured; elec- tro thpriipeiitie baths in chronic rheu- matism, paralysis, locomotor and pronounced incurable di-x-.-isca. OHlto Xo. 13 West Wayiic St., Fort Tnd. DR. T. H. McCOBMICK, M. D., Ki.oms 1 and 2, White's Hnnk Ulock, Fort Wayne, Ind. Home Telcplionea: Office, 1S4; resi deuce, South. Ollice horns: 0 to- 12 a. m., 1 to 5 p. m. Sunday, 2 to 5 p. m. Miscellaneous. are prepared in mako- large loans on improved business prop- erty well located; also to make small loans on improved dwelling property. AVu also have a large list of improved dwellings for sale, luid houses to rent. SCHHADEU WILSON, First Floor, No. 7 Court Street ALL AFFLICTED With a rough of long standing rcsulth.g from la grippe or weak lungs, or hemorrhage, should try my cough and lung syrup, an old Indian remedy, made of roots .and lierliH. It has never been known to fail. Call at 35 Fairiield avenue. ;

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