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   Fort Wayne News, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               THE Special Bargains for This Week! Linen for Skirls at 10 and 12V4 eK M Cts. Ladies' WaUls, worlli 50 cts. 5 Cts. Dimities, new styles, worth 8 els. 50 Cts. Ladies' Waists, worlli 75 els. 8 tts. Dimities new styles, worth 12V4 "5 cts- Ladies' w'lisls> wovl1' els. I BPECIAL JJAIiBAINR IN LACES 5 Cts. Organdio-, new worth S jjjji; 10 Cts. Orgamlies, new styles, worth Cts. Bargains in White Goods at 5, 8 1-3, 10 Mid els. 25 Cls. Ladies' Summer Corsets, worth 35 cts. SI'KCI.U, BAKUA1XS IX BELTS AT III, 15 AXn 25 CTS. SPECIAL HAHGAJXS IN SASH RIB- BONS FOR THIS WEEK. ALL FAXCr PARASOLS TO UK SOLD AT COST THIS WEEK. Do Your Trading at the Boston Store; as we Have Many Bargains to Offer This Week. WM. HAHN CO., THL BOSTON STORE. DECLARED TO BE ABSURD. The O'Higglnt Story Emphitictlly Dtnild Fiom Chile and London. V-VU'ABAISO, Chili', via lialveslon, Juiiu London report tliat the Chilean war ljet'n sold to Spain, is absurd. Tlic war sliip i" now llcr llc- twccil SI. Vincent and Kio dc Junciro. As I IMVP. limtoforc. cabled, (.'bile will not fell anv of hi'i- war ships. N1W YORK. ,hmi' Co., of this i-ilv. liavp rcc I'iveil dispatch hvf. Jleccli to., their ngciilB at Valparaiso, Cliilc. tin-re no truth in the. re- port liat'tlic" Cliilciin uniiurcd cruiser Al Freese Ranke, DRUGGISTS, AGENTS. We Guarantee for 10 YEAKS ALL WORK. We employ an ac- knowledged Sl'ECIAL- IST in Crown and Bridge Work. We use nothing but 5 the best of material. We let no work go out except it be artistic and durable. niranle O'Higgins lias been sold to the ;oveiiiinent of Spain. HERE'S ANOTHER ROORBACK. Part of Admin! Gamut's Plot Said to be Coming. LONDOX, June Star to-day prints a story from a correspon- dent to the efl'rct that a part of Admiral Cannira's ileet left him at Algc.riras, near (Jibrallar, and is mnv on its way to Porto Uk-o "to join the squadron of torpedo which Captain Villnu'l has liad con- (here for llnuc wi-cks [wsl.'1 The -uiie-iioiKleiil. iidtls: "This licet will at- fuck Admiral Snmutfim in the rear, while Atlmiial Cervern attempts a sortie simul- taneously with the commencement of the iiind liat'llc. '.I'lins Admiral Sainp.-oil be too prc-occnpiud to help Cfiienil Sliaf- llT." WILL HE SURRENDER? Report That Cervera Will Tike Steps Leading to Peace. .Tniic '20. The "Madrid cor- of the il niujr J'ost "Admiral Cervora. it imwml in politi- cirt-lc.-1. will imincdiiitely undertake fup, tin- probable re.-idt of wbieh will favorable to -------------o-. A SMALL FIRE. Supposed to Have Been the Woik of an Other Accidents. A liam to ilr. Krcd Heine, living at Dougliw avenue, was destroy- ed In lire ;it a midnight nij.'ht. The will unnniiit to several hundred fully covered by insur- ance. Tim fire is Uclieved to been in- cciidiiiry in its origin. A number of other in the neighborhood hut none wore damaged to a frn-al extent. 'Ihe damage will iitnoiinl lo about Yesterday afternoon while rowing iu .-halhnv water near Ilobisou piirlc, Iwo Indies from 1'indlay, ni'cidetifally ovcr- tuincd their bnal. They were speedily I'l'i-'ened. They did nut Miller from tli their invdluntiiry Imth in (li N0 PLATES WE WILL DO ALL KINDS OF DENTAL WORK FOR 20 PER CENT. LESS THAN ANY OTHER OFFICE IN FORT WAYNE. IT IS A FACT! IT IS A FACT! Other! Cannot Compete. OUR REASON IS TO ADVERTISE OUR BUSINESS AND MAKE FRIENDS. Boston Deiital Parlors Lady SUNDAYS UHT1L i p. m. I Attendant. WAR PRICES! Skinned HaniSj 9c lb. Small Hams, 9c lb. Picnic Hams, 7c lb. Shoulders, 7c Ib. California Hams, 8c lb. Tirwikfast .Bacon, lOc lb. Dry Salt Bacon, 8c lb. Lard, lb, or 50-lb can 8c lb. Bologna, Cc lb. Loin Raenn, 8c lb. These prices are the same as in pound lota and nothing but -whole piece will be sold at these prices. Kemember this is strictly cash prices. FRED Cor and Harrison Sis. Packing HOUSP, W. Kain.St. MISSING BOY IS FOUND. MR. GEORGE SCHIEFER MEN'S STRAW HATS U The on the dollar. 18 STREET. VISIT THE ELECTRIC WORKS. Members of the School of Electricity See Some loteieating Experiments. Last cvcninf; nboiit. twenty members o: Foil. Wayne of Electricity net at tlic works of the Electric corpora Jon, where they visited the various d-2 imrtinenls and watched the many won Icrful manifestation? of electricity ani iiagnctisni, and (lie arc and incande-cen iirhting system of Mr. Wood. ''I hU was the la.-t evening of Ihc ?cltoo for this year. Tlie evening was tvit licking the practical operation of d> iiamos, motors, lamps, incicrs, unpercnielers, transformers. This anmia t is a part of (he cour.-e of the dec trical school. Yesterday -Mr. Fred Bremcier celebrate lis birthday anniversary by ciitertaiuhi ;i few friends. "Remember the Name" Robison Park GREATEST CELEBRATION. Watch for the program. Children's Day Every Saturda IQc-Round only) Irnve for purk Ti in., ti a. m., 7 a. in., a. in. ,eft Fort Wayne Eight Years Ago and ii Located on a Government Torpedo Boat. Eight vcars ago Mr. fleorge Schiefer, n of Mr. and Mrs. Dioilvrick Schicfei, Montgonicry street, left the city snd- without any apjiarcnt icjison and itliont. telling his relatives or friend.-; ivthing regarding his whereabouts. When he left home he WHS working in s cousiuV shoe store on East Columbia reel. One day, while George was ap- rtmlly in Ihe besl of spirils, he walked to .Mr. William Schicfcr and said: "Well, I giiL-ss i'll pull out for myself. don't nee anything in sight here for The boy, then 20 years old, drew his ml left the city in a few hours. No oid has ever been received from him. )r a long time it was supposed that lie us dead. A few days ago one of the Fort Wayne Idior boys now at Tampa, was strolling the torpedo bont Moral looking over machinery' when he accidentally met eorgp .Schiefer, the missing Fort Wayne n. Ik- perfectly at home on the it, and although he said nothing as to e length of time he had been in the vy, it is supposed thai he has been n r for the past seven years at least. THElELL'S Third Semi-Annual Sweeping Sale. 4-I'ly Linen Hr. 4-Tly Linen "CiinX ISc. Hliiloid Celluloid 1'it.tls. lie. Blue or lied 5c. Hoys' Fancy Handkerchief, -lc. Moil's Handkerchiefs, 5c. Mcn'd Hltu-U .Socks, itc. Men's Wurking Shirts, -24c. Skin's Sweaters, Hoys' Sweaters, Men's Colored Uundcivd .Shirts, rs and cull's attached, 4.1c. n's Whirls, (lutsu-liablc link iffs, -150. Mcti> Funinicr I'lidcnvpur. all col- and 24c. Mciv.- While Ovenilb, with Mi-nV lllne (Jvenills. with or without b; :juc. Unys' iige.- -1 lo Siispi-iulcr.s, oi-, Sr and Me, worili l.'ir and Men's and '.ilc. worth and iiOo. Mi-n'.-i Silk Tics, ISc; worlh 2oc. Choice of iiny Silk Tic in the hoiif-e ill shapes) -2Ai-, worth HOc. till !l p. m. THE BELL, IK Callioun St. ANNUAL REPORT. he Lake Erie Western Submits Ita Annual War. Till' ('leu-nth annual ropnvl of 1'rcsi- >nl Calvin Ilriirc, Vicc-Pri'sidnul and nu-ial id the director.- of ilic Lake Eric Yemeni io (lie stockboldcrs has been nidi! public. According to the report ol resident Hriec the foi it' year iiicrrascd The net irnings show a corresponding inoeasc f and the surplus, after ptiy ig charges anil dividends, Tlic; freight tratlic shows an f per cent, in tonnage; the earning in ton per mile, a decrcupc of from .tils o cent, or .014 cent; and the gro from thi.s source an iucrcii.su pnr cent. Tbe passenger tralfic shows n dccrea if :i.li7 jier cent, in the number of passe ers carried, a decrease of 4.40 per cenl 11 earnings. The decrease In the rate o uisseujjers per mile tweiity-t inndredtbs of a cent. The average hau ier passenger increased two and ei eight liuudredtbs of am ile; the averag ]icr decreased forty-si lundredtbs of a cent. A XAHIIOW ESCAPE. The Wabash Plain Dealer pays: "Thi inorniiig a couple of women drove on th Wabanb track at the Allen street eros as train Xo. fi, which arrives here, ii was coining around tlie curve hi short distance ca.-t. The women appeared fo become bew'i ed at their apparent danger and stop pod still in the center of the track, i though debating whether to go ahead i buck olf the track. "Quite a number of persons mi the st lion platform who saw tin- danger ll women were in, of being struck by ti engine and huih-d into eternity in i inshint. held their breath in their anxiel and heaved a siijh of relief when the w men. in the very nick of time, whippi up their horse and cleared the trarl; jll as the engine sped by." IIAILKOAD NOTKS. The Mib-tonmiillec of general frcig agents appointed to device a plan whei by the restorntiim of freight rates jn t west could be accomplished, linished i work yontcrdny, nnd the n-pnrt subnii' was by the general frcig entii. To-day it will be discussed by executive officers of tlio western lines, id it, is probable they will adopt it. Tn nei'iil the plan provides for a freight u like that recently formed -at St. by the .Southwestern lines. No oliug arraiigeiiient is contemplated, but erything which would tend fo insure e maintenance of rates is incorporated the articles of agreement. OFFICERS ELECTED. sugbters of Workmen Matt at Their Hall In Annual Lodge Offictrs. At the ini'cling of Forl AVayim lodge 0. of Fort Wayne Daughters of orkiiien, held last evenirfg, the follow- oflicers were elected: (J. L. Min-y Hendure. John Bauer. V. W. Sister Mattie Brown. W. .Josie Beam. Eugene B. Smith. ,S._Mrs. Wm. Hamilton. W. Mary C. I lagan. W. G.- Sister Maude Hollenbeck. 1. Win. Buck. 0. E. W. Xeibergal. Win. Zeutmasler, Mrs. cob Hansbaugli and Sister hlla Foster. niOEXlX LODGE. Phoenix'lodge Xo. 101, K. of P., elect- the following officers last evening: C. .1. Shaw. V. E. Thomas. P. Dawkins. .M. at G. Wnrtlc. Moore. 0. llenline. The financial uilicers and trustees will Id over anoi.ipr term. Jiistallatiou will ke place Monday evening. -Inly 11. GOLDEN EAGLE. The following oflicers were elected at c meeting last night oi tbe Golden igles: 1C. Mc-rady. X. Wick. V. llcnder. S. Cnniininjis. V. W. Clark. II. L'icrMinc. Trustee- C. STAMP TELEGRAMS. 0. L. Peny, ot the Western Union, Receives His Official Notice To-day. This morning .Manner O. I.. I'crry, of ie I'liion Telegraph oiiice, re- hi-i nlHi-iiil unticc from I be icnt. Iiiiu thai all Ibrongh his oilier must be stamped, it speciiil HJiTCspuitdi'iits for ncwspa- nil men and private indi- idunls put a UUP cent stamp on all of one word or mine M-H tlic Furl Wayne dltiee of lln "cstern I'niuii. The M-inlcr must al-i uici'l tin1 Mnmp lie puts nil his ritiu-r the date of cancellation and als tamp be attached r used, HO that the stamp may not again Of Local Interest. Messrs. Louis Fox and W, 11. Drcie ml their families. left to-day for Knnu "itv to occupy their coltagerf for tin nmincr. Tbe friends of Miss Hurley. Mr. Daniel Hurley, of Kultor street vill lie to know that she is entiich velll from a severe attack of appendicitis vhirh was overcome the attend iiff daujrers and whicb aci-omii n operation. The patient has been nnde In- cure nf Drs. flyers and Van limit are told thai Jftlm W. Itakrr, o lie Columbia City Commercial, is a can lldalc for tlic republican nomination t; joint representative for Whitle.y an Kosciusko counties. Mr. Baker t be. nomination witboul any routcsl o tronlile. He lias earned it and dcsi it at tlic bands of his party.- Hulk-tin. mi the new water works htalio is with some hindranec. A the bottom of the basement is below 11 level of tbe riv.cr, the workmen ai bothered to a extent by the wale Two of the new wells have been cornice ed with Ihe temporary station. The woi completed yesterday and tlic waU supply of the city was increased by 01 minion and a half jjallons a day. Warsaw W. llcnil left for Fort Wayne Ibis morning for t purpose of procuring costumes to be nst iu tbe "procession of lion ibles'1 which to be "iven in the streets of I the WiiKina cc.lchnition comniittoc on tl morning of the rnuHIi of -Inly. Mr. He dee, who has bad experience in that lii has taken the: management of that fe tuiv. of tbe day's celebration for the nomi people and intends springhif; sfil mrprifCH upon this publii the way of ix grotesque, parade. Royal tin ActMl It third UM POWDER Absolutely Pure BOVAL 1AKIKQ POWtiFfl CAREER OF CASTEUAHE. iticani Cm Hot Puling That Ltttb Count It Alliad to Them. Count Jean Castellane is known (o the ncrican public ns the little blonde 110- n who paid u Hying visit to this niitry three years ago. It was brief (nigh, but in tliut lime lie stoic away c of the richest heiresses in America, ma Gould, the 18-year-old daughter- of y Gould, heiress to sixteen millions ii r own right. On If tciv return to Trance (lie Cast cl- ues built a castle in the heart of J'am, oilcling it on the J'ctit Trianon, and in is earthly palace they have dwelt in n ever since with a small family owing up around them. Numerous rn- ors of trouble luive reached (his conn- C, but these have nil been denied by the mig behavior of (he young eonple in icstion. COUNT ,1EAX............____ e lias lU'iioum-ed all of His Freud Tricks Kxcepl That of Dueling.. Immediately upon bis marriage t ou'nt lurnod over a "new an id consider it. He renounced hi-- -h ways mid became frugal, steady .......loss like and domestic. Jlcrnhard omplained to him that lie no longer .-en ifts of rare to lit- friends. Ui ie contrary, he invested bis wife's nione; j advantage, and lived well within tin iconic lo which he was entitled. lint murder will out and blood II is only a few days -ince the new ,-as flashed to this country tliut. UK mint, bad in a duel with 'reiich gentleman, in which the. conn ad been victorious. ]t was over a aer il girl whom the count was f dismissing with cruelly. The Gould ere besieged for but conh brow no upon the hiibject. Tli innt fjooa at this time of yt-ar to an an chateau, where be and his ,dy lord it uinong the tenantry f. ireemontb. DR. M'GAW IS CALLED. Third PreBbyUrianCent-legation Decided Upo Now Putor Last Night. The iomil meeting at til 'bird I'ri'oltytpriiiu was held la.- light in the audience room. There attcmhince. A5 prrdii-tctl i he the mectiiiL; rr-sidtcd in tbc M >f the l.i-v. .1. A. I1. 1 .he pasttii-ate of tbe church. Dr. McCia s a line preacher and luis already secure tin- esteem of tlin Third church coiigr Cation. Money to Loan From to Any Amount, ANY PKIiSOX ]N NEED OF MONEY can horvovv it on their Housclioltl Goods, J'ianos, Cniriflgps, Bfcycles, Store 3'ixturos, Etc. THE PROPERTY TO REMAIN IK YOUR POSSESSION...... All Ilnsincss PriviUc "nil Coii- llclontinl. [Ho Delny. Lowert IT PAYS TO BOHHOW OP TTR LOANS TO SALARIED J'EOIT.E (Lailics or Gcntlo- nicu) on thoir own name. INDIANA MORTGAGE LOAN CO., ROOM 3, ARCADE, {up stairs.) Open Saturday evenings, 7 lo Situations Wanted. and organ pupils, at 25c per lesson, at 02 E. Jefferson St to do by a worthy person. Call or address 5 Hamilton street. 14-tl us coiiclnnaii iirivali' liiiiilly or night wntrhuian it fuclorv. Can givo references. Female Help Wanted. ANTED--A ladv Must have i-rnKI carh. rare News ANTED -At oiu-c, iifieen ladies and U'Ciiilenien. Salary [icr month. At of lid days and 83 E. Jicrry St. For Rent. )B floor over Kara Eros' Market. Enquire at, store, No. 1C West Slain St. IMf )E. house of 7 rooms; mod- ern gas, hard and soft water. Call 234 W. DeWald St. 27-3p OB dwelling at 323 East Main street; 9 rooms and bam in per- fect order, inquire No. 19 Lafayette- street. H-tf OB of four rooms, newly- papered and painted. Steam heat. Cheap to suitable and permanent ten- ant. 74 Callioun Si. 25-tf OR house, 525 South Calliuun St. Bath room complete, heat- hy hot wnter, gas and electric cliaii- delier-s iu all rooms; cement cellar, with' laundry tub; driveway from Cal- hoiin St. lo AVill lease to good nl Xo. 37 W. Ucrry :or. Harrison. 3-tf For Sale. OB hay pony: four- years old. Handsomest pony in Fort broken to hanics-'. Address- this office. 9 tf OB SALE Cheap. A nice six-room cottjigo; modern improvements, in "Williams' addition; owner living out of the city. .For particulars call 220- E. AVashington. 22-w-s-tf OB gooil property on. monthly payments. I also buy and. exchange city or farm properly at, any lime. money lo Joan, liujnire- 5 and 0 Bunk Jllocb. S. FREISTOFFJ2R. Ilcsidence, 859. Professional. B. GABD, RESIDENT SPECIALIST.. Special diseases of MAX and WOAIAX, OHIFlCFATi SURGERY of either POX.. Trusses filled and rupture cured; elec- tro therupentio liatbs in chronic rheu- matism, paralysis, locomotor atuxia, and pronounced incurable Oflice No. 13 West Wayne St., 1'ort- DR. T. H. McCOBMICK, M. D., Rooms 1 and 2, Whites Hunk Fort Wayne, Jnd. 1 Tonic Teleplioncs: Officn, 184; resi- dence, youth. Ollice hours: to- 12 a. in., 1 to i> p. m. 2 to 5 p. m. Miscellaneous. trade farm for stock of Call at once 83 E. lif-rry St. on Culhonii street, ti roll of sheet music. Owner may have- fume hy calling at Daily News office and describing the are prepnred lo make- large loans on improved business prop- erty well located; also lo make small- Innus on improved dwelling property. We also have a large list of improved dwellings for sale, and houses to SCHRADER WILSON, First Floor, No. 7 Court Street. The Weather. "Unsettled weather to-night, and Thnrs- lay, with thunder storms in north por- ion to-night. Wanner to-night. house corner Cal- houn and Taber. Bath room, furnace, artificial and natural gas, electric light. per month. 20-tf >B house of seven rooms in> v first-class order, No. 116 Jackson street.. For particulars, call or address 113- West Berry street. 26-tf OB 510 ICiist "Wayne St., 5- largc rooms down stairs, or the entire hoil.-c if derived. Natural gas for heat- ing and illuminating. Inquire E.. f" Wayne St. SS-Oji Stephen Uuselcr, of Ilartmnu Itrov? :ion as (leveling salcsmaii for the St. Louis Blueing company. John .U. of Now Haven, will be a. candidate for representative on the republican ticket before the Allen coun- ty convention. The llaiightei.s of Isabella will give a lawn social tomorrow evening at. the. lionic of .Mis. Owen Corcoran, of South Harrison street. and Mrs. Ureimeier celebrat- ed their wooden wedding anniversary Monday at their residence on West .lelleivon street. csdiimcis Cairns, Krutzingur, Kjiowlen grocery, has resigned accept a :iud Murray will entertain the ladies of the Plymouth Congregational chnrfh Fri- day afternoon from ,1 to 5. To day llauh and flehutts, who travel for the .hicksou Coi-set company, left for Jackson to utfend the. dedication tin; company's new factory building. Mr. itud N. Stcinen, of City, arn in the city the guests of Mr. SlemenV parents, anil Mrs. f1. 11. Stcinen. They will leave for thcir liomc i-riday. The Klkhart Haily Review has the fol- lowing: Mrs. Nh-thway baa gone to Port. Wayne to attend thy' wedding of MIKS Lillian Kfekc. who is to be married tlifv Mill. Laura and Master Klliott Kelt will be the ribbon bearers.   

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