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Fort Wayne News, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana 2. CASES PERCALE Light and Dark Colors, 121-2 CENT GOODS! 5 Cents a Vard. The Best Bargain of the Season. Qeo. DeWald Co. Corner Calhoun and Columbia, Port Wayne, Ind. BICYCLES, J. W. BELL, ii and 13 E. Columbia St. Forthe Graduates. NEW HOOKS TX FfCTION', PO- ETRY AND EDITION'S, SPEC- IALLY CHOSEN' FOR COM- S1ENCEMENT PRESENTS. We nrff pleased to show our goods at any time. I ehmatl janm Book News Co. Honey to Loan on personal or mortgage security, d. W. fl'KEE, 34 E. Berry street. Dr. Carina B. C. Banning, HOMOEOPATHIST, PHYSICIAN AND SUKQEON. 152 Enat Berry Street. Telephone 1010. Capital S350.000. Surplus MOLD NATIONAL BANK. S. W. Corner Calhoun and Berry Sta. Stephen B. Bond, President. Jared D. Bond, Cashier. Oliver P. Alorgan, Vice President. James C. Woodworth.Assistant Cashier, The Fort Wayne Trust Co., CAPITAL Cor. Main and Court Sts. PAYS INTEREST OX TIME DE- POSITS OF S1.00 AND UPWARDS. LOANS MADE AT A REASONABLE RATE OF INTEREST. THE BORTON CURE, FOR WHISKEY, MORPHINE, COCAINE AND CIGARETTES. PLYMOUTH INDIANA. The Plymouth InstUutf is the only one inidor the personal supervision of Urs. T. A. Borton nnd N. H. For full Inrorma- Or Bortou'bPlyu Plymouth, Indlnua. .nth Institute SAW DUST I If in Need of Saw Dust, Call 'Phone 1247. FRANK QLASER. Lowest Rates vli Nickel Plate Road From Fort Wayne. To Chicago, Cleveland, Krie, Buffalo, York and Boston, daily each direc- tion. Peerless trio of fast express trains with vestibuled buffet sleepers, unexcelled dining car service. All express trains of Nickel Plate "R_oad .rrivc at and depart from Van Buren Street Union Passenger Station, Chicago. Ii. J. Hamilton, Agent, Fort Wayne, Ind. Phone 507. No. 73 MOHEY TO LOAH ON REAL ESTATE OR PERSONAL SE- CURITY. C. P. PPEIFFER, ROOMS 6 AND 7, BASS BLOCK, AT LOW RATE OF INTEREST. Subscribe for the NEWS. THE FIRST COMPANY OF THE NEW REGIMENT Reporti at Officers Are Being Appointed by GOT- ernor Mount. Mt, Yornou and Kushvjlle will have tlio lionor of sending to Indianapolis the first two (.'ompunic1? for the 101st Indiana ISpgimcnt. A number of the town? liavc roportcd their I'ouijiutiies ready to move, but the companies will he sent to camp only as fust as mustered in, that they may not be at the expense of the state, and more time will be given the regi- mental yflieevs to leant something about their duties. The Mt. Vernon and Rushville com- panies will arrive to-morrow. Lieutenant Peterson will be the junior major of the regiment, but will not assume duties as major till after the ro'pment has been formed ami seltk'd iu' camp. He is the government's qtwrtermtiater and commis- sary and will be coiniK'Ueil to discharge the duties of this position till relieved by the. government. Lieutenant Peterson went to camp this morning and will begin Fending out the supplies by wagons. There is a large amount of stuff to send out and several days will be required. Tiie quartermas- ter's headquarters will be in the woman's building, where it was during the first mobilization here. In looking over the map of Indiana the other day Lieutenant Peterson was struck with the large number of (owns under thiri call that are at water's edge. There are Michigan City on the lake, Monti- cello on the Tipprrtanoe and Mt. Vernon Jeffersonville. MiidUoii and Lawrence- imrg on the Ohio river. "The regiment would make a good organization of naval reserves." said Lieutenant Peterson with a smile. Thi> government will furnish the trans- portation, for the troops in coming here and the state will be at no expense what- ever. The supplies for the regiment are arriving on train, and already nearly all the clothing and eqnippage is here. The ordnance will come later. At the office there, arc many applications for the other regimental po- eilions, but it is announced that the mi- nor positions, such as adjutant, sergeant, major and hospital stewards will be fillud from the ranks or left entirely to the selection of Colonel Durbin. The majors will select their uwn battalion adjutants. IVKS LHOXAKD WILL 00. J.tisrl evening Mr. Ives Leonard received word that in his case the age limit would bo waived if he desired to fake, the ex- amination for admission to the icgulnt army us a second lieutenant. Inimcdhitc- Iv after receiving this he left for Lcavcnworth, Kan., to lake the examina lion Ihis week. His friends are confident that he will succeed in the examination. This message made the application of Xathan SinysL'r void. It had already been sent to the authorities at Washing- ton. A GKKAT HKCEirriON'. The reernits for the and the Illucs who loft the city last night over I lie were given a grand farewell at the depot just before they departed for Tampa on their to the battle fields of There was a large crowd at the Million, and the partings, some of them, were sid indeed. The crowd was unusually patriotic and demonstraiive. Cll ICKAMAUGA NOTES. Mr. Kd Itiiypnlc, the harber, lias quite an experience with a big black mule while irving to ride him to water. The mule playfully Mr. ilnyjinlr. over liiaj head, but in passing the head the portlv barber managed to grab the mule's and land right side up, saving him- self from a had fall. Everybody in camp si-iiius to think Hub funny, but Rnypolc :i id n't. Charier. Soe.st was the recipient of a box of good things from home. Charley il his friends have been living high ever .since and not bothering the mess tent. The bnys told Corporal that if he didn't stop eating cake he would bo sick. The brave corporal ans- i-t-rcd: "All right; give me another piece of cake and send for tho doctor." Captain Ranko is with the Twenty- eighth again, and the boys were all de- lighted to see him. LOCAL MILITARY. John Furstc, of (he 28th Indiana vol- unteer light artillery, arrived in Hie city from Chickamauga yesterday to attend the funeral of his sister. Leroy Dawson, who was killod in the fight before Santiago last week, was for- merly a fireman on the Wabasli and had many friends in this city. Ho was on the division between Toledo and Spring- field, III. He took a leave of absence when Ihft war broke out and enlisted in Roosevelt's regiment of rough riders. morrow. A bitter fight will be imule on the evidence. Mary A. Ccrhnrt has filed suit for di- vorce from her husband in thft supi'riov conn. She asks for alimony. The couple have been married thirty-four yea is und have grown children. The al- legation is want of support. Judge llcnch penned the complaint. Klla Uurdick has filed .suit for divorce from her Willard Hurdiuk. .L II. Hughes U attorney. COUNTY TAX STATISTICS. Township Assessor Walsh has turned over to the commissioners dog-tax, which is an increase of f5t'2 over last year. The new law works well. The commissioners have made their an- imal school rejHirt fo the state superin- tendent of education and is as follows: Congressional school fund, common school fund, JjjlUT.SOU.iil; fines and forfeitures during the year, All this money is loaned on real estate by the county. HOSXVKLh'S BOND FIUSD. A. J. Iloswell, treasurer of the board of school trustees, filed his official bond in the sum of yesterday afternoon. The bondsmen are Frank Alderman, Edward White, John W. White, If. A. Keplinger, C. i'. Centlivre, William Moel- lering, Abraham Weil, R. C. Bell, M. C. MVDougnll, fl. T. McDonald, U. L. Homy and T. B. Hedekin. TWO HEX ARRESTED. The sheriff has arrested John JJixler and William down on a. charge of having broken a window in George grocery iu the Jlockhill addition. The trespass is alleged to have been commit fed last Sunday. OTHER COURT NOTES. In the case of Fred Huelle, charged with assault and battery on Henry Wes- tcrman, Justice Taiiccy affixed ft fine of and costs. Huelle cut Westerman with a knife at a Sunday beer picnic. Wesler- mau was also charged with assault and buttery' and paid a similar fine for at- tacking Huelle. At Chicago, tobacco dealer? who object to the payment of the cigarette li- cense imposed by the ordinance passed by the council in March, 18117. began legal j.nice-oil ings in the circuit court yesterday to test its validity and fo prevent its fnr-i Ihcr enforcement by the ollie- In the of the Union Central Lift IiiMirance company against G. W. llcKcl finger, George ilolger has been ap- pointed receiver for certain rentals 'and profits of a farm. The case of Penos Herring agjiin-jt Katie A. Herring is on trial. GOES ON FOREVER. Dimes Builaiaa Avvjiy Ahtidof the Marriage Court Notes. Like the ghost of the late lamented Mr. Hanquo, the divorce business will lot down. For the last week at least, the divorces-are ahead of the. marriage licen- ses. The evidence hi the McCrory case lias been finished nml will be argued to- CLOTHING At. the Third Semi-Annnal Sweeping Sale. Men's Hummer Pants. 48c. .Men's Joan 1'ants, 48c. Men's Moleskin Pntits, 74c. Men's Linen Pants, Men's Worsted Pants, Men's C'assimere Pants, Men's Ulack Luster Coats, 98c: worth .Men's Crush Suits, wortli .5.1.05. Men's Black Cheviot Suits. Men's Dlai-li All Wool Suits. ?I.'J5; worth Mtn's lilttck Clny Worsted Suits, worth S10. Boys' Summer Knee Pants, ITi1. Buys' Suits, wortli ?-J.50. Boys' Long Pauls, Boys' Long Pants Suits, wortli S.15II. Till-: HF.I.L, niirlils. 18 Calhoun St. The Xtnv Keystone N receiving large shipments of Illaekberries, Black .Rasp- berries, Cherries, Gooseberries. (JOOHO Plum-, liurvosl Applet and Pine- apples at priced low as the lowest. THE A'EW KEYKTONK, and 210 Culhoun SU ENTERTAINS HIS AUNTS. Two Pioneer Settleti of Ohio ate in Fort Wiyne tho Guests of Dr. C. B. Stfmen. To-day Dr. C. II. Sionieii is eiitciluin- ing MM. Margaret Slicrriek, of Elida, 0., and Mrs. Jlurbara Shcrricfc.ofDcIphoa.O. They are aged S-l and 80 rcspeotivcly. They are, sisters of Dr. C. 11. Ste.tnrn'.s late father, and have been residents of Ohio many years, Tlicy married brothers, who died only a years ago. Hoth of Dr. Slcmen's aunts are active pliynieally and menially, and are taking a. great interest in tho present war. They have intimate knowledge of battles in the- lal.e. civil war und are conversant with thn development of the middle west from pioneer daysi, HAMMOCKS. Kane's Hell the beat and Tliimmoi'ks ever brought to Fort Wayne. Fine linmlian Woven ITain- inoeks, worth Pee the, new Flag Hammock jiwt arrivoil, regu- lar price I-S.OO. liny your at Kaiio's. Mr. Otto C. 12. GuelU-h, manager of the Paving .company, is enterlainiii" his daughter, Amelia Ouelick, of De- troit. MUST HAVE TAGS. THE ORDERS ARE ISSUED. Comptroller Berghoff Instructs the Police to Arreit Those Who do Not Obey. This morning as soon as he reached his ollice, Comptroller Berghoff prepared or- ders for Supt. Gorsline, of the police force. These orders bear directly oil the action taken by the, council last evening on the vehicle and bicycle lax. Comp- troller Berghoff says that lie will have the lax enforced to the' letter_and that he will nee that no favoritism Is shown to any of the bicycle riders or vehicle owners. All owners bicycles and car- riages will be compelled to take out their tags immediately under penalty of ar- rest. Up to dalfi this year there have been more tags sold than a year ago, and it in said that not over half of the riders and vehicle owners Jmve complied witn the law. THE POLICE COURT. There were five prisoners ot police court this morning. Two of them were tough looking boys who came hero in a cattle car anil were arrested by Officer Dingcr. The boys slated that they were en route from Chicago to Chickamauga, where they expected to get jobs as mule drivers. The boys were given eleven days in jail in order that they a bath or two to see whether they are white men or not. The other three prisoners were men ar- rested last night for riding their wheels after 8 o'clock without lamps on them. The men all paiu their fines at police court. POLICE NOTES. William Wallace, a professional crook, was arrested at Wai-saw yesterday and will be held there pending an investiga- tion. He had just had a bullet cut from his side, and while under the influence of ether had told that he was shot while at- tempting a job of house-breaking in the west ptul of Fort Wayne. The Pennsyl- vania detective who had him under sur- veillance, believes that he is a member of a notorious gang that has been operating in northern Indiana, and was probably implicated in the ahooting of an officer at Klklmrl some week and a half ago. Van "Wcrl Bulletin: The city of Fort Wayne was quarantined agonist Van Werl, and they bad wild rumors and yel- low stories of the condition of Van Wcrt. A member of their board of health came here yesterday, made a. thorough invi'ot'i- gallon and went home fully satisfied that persons visiting Van Werl are in no dan- ger of catching the disease. The Fort Wayne quarantine was therefore declared off this morning. This morning the police look pictures of the two Hcilly boys who %vere arrested for larceny, and also of Dan. Gormuil and Delia Harris, the girl who was arrested hen? in man's attire. The girl now wears dresses which were furnished her by be- nevolent This morning Sergeant Stevens gave a poor woman lodging at the Star hotel. To-day the unfortunate woman was placed iu charge of Trustee Schmelzer. This afternoon Olliccr Paul arrested two characters on Calhoun street. They were begging, ami stated .at they ratim here from Chicago. FOR THE 4TH. Von will need Fishing Tackle, Croquet, Tennis Rickets, HUM- Rill Goods, Gloves, Miltf-, Mabks, and Spalding HalU. Buy tin-in at their m-ices arc the ON TO HOACLANU. Fourth of July Celebration to bi fitld ID Smith's Woodlncd Grove. Arningcments have been completed for grand patriotic and religions celebra- tion on the Fourth of .July, to be held in Smith's beautiful woodland grove at Hoaglund, Ind. The celebration will be under the auspices of the Methodist Epis- copal church. The orators for the occa- sion will be Rev. F. S. Simpson, 1'. liev. llr. Parr, of this city; Rev. C. C. Cissel, Kcv. Siunmomllu Wglii, Hlufrton; ftev. H. C. Weakly, superintendent of the Christ's hospital, Cincinnati. Rev. Frank M. Stone, of Huntington, one of the most popular pulpit orators in this part of the .late, has also been secured. There will be fireworks, good, music nml refresh- ments on the grounds. Smith's grove ia the historical spot where Mad Anthony Wayne pitched his tent just before the battle with the which led to the .igning of the treaty that .secured the site of the rity of Fort Wayne. A special train from Fort Wayne will be held until at Hongland to give plenty of time for the fireworks. --------------o------------- Tho Young People's Christian Union of the. Univcrsalist. Church, will convene, at Chicago .inly 13th to 20th, and the. Nickel Plate road will offer excursion tickets for July 12th and 13th, good returning July IStli lo 21st, inclusive. No. 122 isrf Lulu Uerkhardtj who has been the. guest of Mr. and Mrs. ,1. V. W. Meyer, left to-day for her home in Bos- ton. FREMOS RODUCE ERFECT FCTURES. tO M. L. JONES, 44 CALHOUN STREET, FORT WAYNE, IND. Second floor. KODAKS, CAMERAS AND SUPPLIES OP ALL KINDS. Half Price Jewelry Sale. 170 Calhoun St., Opposite Cathedral. One-day Alarm Clocks, GOc. Hampden 17-jewdcd Watches, S8.00. Ladies' Opal Rings from 75c to Roger's Bros. Tea Spoons, 95c. Wedding Rings, Special sale Ladies' Watches, Elgin Watches, Plated Knives, 75e. Ladies' Long Watch Chains, 50c to 53. Special sale of Spectacles, uOc. Eight-day Clocks, 52.05. LIQUORS. WE HAKE A SPECIALTY OF SIFP- PLYIXCJ FAMILIES WITH THE FIN- EST AND PUREST LIQUORS AT REA- SONABLE PRICES. GOODS SOLD IiV THE GALLON, QUART, PIST AND HALF PINT. FREE DELIVERY. STOKF. OPEN UN- TIL 0 P. M. JL LAMLEY, COR. HARRISON AND MAIN STS. CHRISTIAH ENDEAVOR CONVENTION, Nashville, Tun., July 5 to 12, 1898. SPECIAL NOTICE: For the above occasion (lie U'ABASII has lieen selected us the OFFICIAL ROUTE. Round trip tickets wilt be on sale July to 5, good to return until July 15, with privilege of extension ot limit fo August 1st, at rate of Delegates and others will leave Fort Wayne on the Government Fast Mail train at. p. in., arm-inn; in Nashville for breakfarii. For further particulars apply to Wabash Ticket Office. Tele- phone No. G. 2.1-5-7-8-9-0 TUB SAME OLD TRIO ON A BRAN- NEW SCHEDULE. There's been no more added: tlireo ex- press trains in caeii direction were consid- ered sutlicient, Init it was deemed dp.sira- hlo to make faster running time with some of our I rains, so the new schedule was put into effort, June No. 121. Ask agents about Sunday outings on the Nickel Plate Road. Parties of five or more can anywhere on the Nickel Plate Road, not Iu exceed one hundred miles, a round trip rate of Sl.OO. No. 103. SEE BYROlf WILLIAMS. At. Temple next. Krirtay pvfining, July '08. we'liis great lecture, "Our NV.w fully ed with one hundred anil twenty-five- hril- riteri'opt iruii life-like jiictun-n of our grout war explaining their con- iL'tron, equipment and operation on our great seas and in actual battle. Nothing of the kind luis ever IK-OII seen in our city, and may never apun. Admittance 25L1. extr.i for reserved seats. Tickets on .salf. commencing to- day, at Temple box oflice, C. It. Wood- (tttKS A'. and Detzer's drug stores, and Louis JoL-quelV book store. It On Sundays parties nf five or more can anywhere and return within one himd- d miles on the Nickel Via to Road for ?1.00 round trip. Ask ageuU. Xo. 107. ON A BICYCLE TOUR. A Party En Route from Kentoo, 0., to Ligonier, Stop at tho New Avcline. This morning :i. party of Ke.nlon, O-, wlicclinen and wlioolwomen arrived in the city by wheel. They niv en route to Ligonier for an outing. The party 'con- sisted of Mr. and Mrs. 0. K. Johnson, Misses Olga Fleming and and Mr. Paul Strong. WE STJLUEAD. Old Potatoes at ver buslii'l. New Potatoes at per mi-Un-l. Home Grown Celery, 25c per dox. Acme To- matoes, 5c per per basket. Flor- ida lOc and each, (ieor- gia Watermelons, cat-It, nt THE NEW KEYSTONE, 233 and Calhoun St. Mr. Theobald, of Archibald, is in, the city the guest of Miw Grace llnrdin. for a few days,
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