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Fort Wayne News, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana MEN'S FOR .SPRING To be in style, buy a Top Coat. The hand- some, styiish 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 AH our own make. Special Spring Prices for ..........Boys and Children. Boys' Knee Pants 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. Hats, Caps, Shirts, Underwear at Lowest Prices. J. G. Cor, Columbia and Clinton Sts, SUMMER FANCIES. Vails, Canvas Shoes, Gloves and Buttons for Warm Weather. uver, fur llif.v ;in- the veil-, for lln- .-iiiilor lint. Of nuii'M', chitl'mi Slylisli, Iml H. i- nut iliiniMi- inut will iml. stutul many 'Hi': very t'-pCL- iiilly Hi" tlhvHly nvcr "Vim Umnv MIH-I: wo women luivu gone in MI fur outilnui- our fci-l Imvc in- liy .-i-Vfiiil In while canvas one 1-im-fnl lu buy only tli.w of the very lif-t A IilacU slioo v.-iiih- one i-- ;i wn-tu uf Jiiuiii'y pniu ;un[ damp llii'iv ami iHi- ilii-t. Mirk- lo it. To oiif nf llie-e ii .-imiihl In- snaki-ii in :i .-trtmjr hitlu-r nf ail liniir. Till' Soapy U'ilUr liu "ill l In- veil rin-ril in ninlorinl ani1 The iillilrlic Kir) is for (Iii.H. ami Mrs. Colin will wtiirn Lu Kort, ihniil, Ihr? middle of Aufjiwl. linden fur some time hci-n ilio instructor in a iiion- iUhli'tic tiling lhari.wulk u few higher iiiiiLhcmatic.H in the Cincinnati Kii-ilt-i-i.-k Ciilui. of Ihis city. Tin- -ciTiiKiiiy prrfonncil hy Dr. I. N. i- iitul Italibi I'liilips.m. After the i'er- nny ;i wi-ililiii" dinner si-vvoil at hum.- of iiiiivnU This l.onjr Unincli and IVovideticp, tin school, and is. u young liuly of intellectual ability. Rubbl Cohn for tin past, three years hna ino.-it sxbly filled thi j.ulpil of the Ik-brow temple in this c-ity :uul lus. ability us a minister, liU in terenl in inlpllectiial ulTairs and tho active part, whieh ho lias taken in all churiialil matters lias endeared himself to all know him. Kablii Cohn is pm'uahly tli moat, able, us well as the youngest lliibl wlm has ever filled that olliee in this city At the home of the bride's mother, n 5 o'clock tliiri afternoon, was the marriage of Gvrtrudc Laulme! mill Mr. Charles Kulme, Hev. A. W. Sea hrcti.-o, rector of Trinity EjHseopn cliurdi, ollk-iatinpr- The liridis wove, a gown of cream .silk ffrt-nadine over crean silk, with tvinnnings of point lace, am carried ilesh colored sweet peas. Th house was Iieiiuiifullly deeoiated wit! cut (lowers and adoration ferns, tho flora work having been done by ills-, llelh Mirk. -Mr. and Mrs. Knhtin will leave at once for an extended wedding trip. At the homo of the bride, on the cornel of West .Jefferson and Koekhill streets laril evening, Miss Lida Doermer and M Daniel Null were united in marriage, tli Kev. Ziirtuiiin officiating. After the cere niony, a dainty wedding supper was serv- ed to tlie relatives mid immediate friend? Mr. and -Mrs. Xull will reside at "Now Haven. Miss Doermer ha.s for some tiuii been in the employ of the Fort Wayiu Electrie corporation and has hosts o friends in the city. Mr. Null ii n promi ne.nl fanner. Miss Kfltner MeDimald was the hostess a I. a picnic given at Kivcr View farn this afternoon. The party diaper onwl by Mrs. 11. T. McDonald. The guests wure Misses Delia Kossell, Jessie Kictxc Limi Tee, Eilitii rhilley, Adilie Uiether Klla anil Carl Diether, Kaj Uwrrows, Charlie Hughes, Hen Ilpll, C'arl and Alec Wood. Mis. W. Henderson entertained nl dinner yesterday in honor of Mrs. S. A. Xortlirnp. The guests were Mrs. Long, Mrs. George Mi-s. J. F Wing, Dr. lliirtz, Mrs. 'Frank CraU- li-y, Miss Luin-ii Norlhriip and Miss Myr- tle Long. Tin; Ladies' Auxiliary of the. Kail road V. M. C. A. will meet at their purlm- on Thursday afternoon at to coin- plete arrangements Jbr the social to hr given on Saturday evening, -Inly 2nd after the Hag raising. The Crystals; we're entertained by Mi- Tom Hayes last evening in celobralioi of his birthday anniversary. Uuring th cvciiing Mr. J laves was will a handsome gnkl watrh and chain. Mr. and Smith very aniiy celebrated their twenty-fifth wed diiiii anniversary Sunday evening their home on Wist- Washington street .Mr. and Mrs. ,1. M'. Schneider, of Grcc ly happily rclebvatt-d their iiftieth wriining anniversary Sunday eve ning liy holding a family reunion. Mi.-' HUic C. Uolman, of Ohio, was tii trncsi. of honor at. n party given la.-t eve ning by her aunt. Mrs. .1. 11. n West Jeirereon streel. Mrs. II. II. Wnolscy very plcasaiilly tertained last evening in honor of Mrs S. A. Xorthrnp, of City. Mi-ft Kmnnt will enteilain a feu friend.s this evening in honor of hei birlliday Miss Mihlreu Siemon entertained a f. friends yesterday lo celebrate her birth- dav anniversary. The A. IMeyd.M-hib will make a run lo .New Haven this evening. PERSONAL XOTK3. Mailer Fred McCiilloeh IT. vi-iting at Hear Lake. Mr. C. SchmMl relumed to his home in Chicago. Mr.-. .1. W. Sale U visiting in Ihmlir. ton a few days. Mr. W. n. Vaity has returned i-. 1 home in Columbus. Mr. Kd will spend the 511111111 L liny View, Mich. Ci-orgf Ilindif, of is a gncM in tin1 city. Mrs. II. is spending PI-VI in Home City. .Mr. 0. V. Murray returned yc.-fmlay rr-.m a visit in (larrett. Mr. Spain, of Indianapoiis, visiting friends in the city. Mr. T. Antrup, of a I the llich for a few days. Mr. :ntd Airs. .M. FiiUc-r have re- lurned I'mm a vi.-il in C'hieago. Mi-s Mamie. Ilimh retnnu-d Mrs. Ximi Kowblc. of Colnmbiu City, Mr. Mell Anderson leit for a vi.-it with relatives at Apple Cn-ck. 1'aimie flrillith. of Altinma. Pa., Li the, guivt of Mrs. .1. M. A. M. Itoiit will leave thi-. wi-ek for an ex tended vi-il. in Ogden, Utah. Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Sitiler are enler- .aining and Mrs. Shores, of Milwau- kee. Mr. S. Mi.lman. of a gni'.-t in the city for a few hours yester- lay. Mr. S. II. Mayers and son arc tho guesis if .Mr. William VanOrsdale, of Columbia. City. Mr. A. C. Brown, of Tennaville, is in he city spending several days with old Viends. Mr. W, Kemp, of Syracuse, X. wns n the city on for a few hoiir.i Mr, and Mrs. C. W. ('lark are enter- To Cnro Cnnsttpntlon Forovcr. Tnko Cascarots Candy Cathartic. lOo orSoC. If C. C. C. fall to cure, druggists refund money. taining Mrs. Amy Downing, of Tort Hu ron, Mich. Aliss Maude Wcingardnor lias retfli from a short visit with relatives in Co lumbiu Oily. Mrs. I. C. Hicks, of I'ort Dodge, la., the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs Tony Kelker. Mrs. K. L. Beaver and children left luei 'evening for Alackinac via the Wabnsh am lake steamer. Mr. John II. Thomas has returned ti his home in Oxford, after a very plensum visit with friends. Mr. H. Arnold, of Liberty Center, is spending few days with friends aiu relatives in the city.. Mr. J. .1. Wieklow has returned to hi: home in Mishawauka, after a very pleas ant visit with friends. Miss Therese who has been th guest 'of Mrs. Kdward Xoll, returned t her home in Delphos. yesterday. Miss Einina Saner left to-day for Cleve. land fo be in attendnnec at the weddinj. of her brother, Mr. Herman Saner. Mrs. Herman liciehert and children, o: Detroit, are in the city the guests of Mrs Ueic-hertV sister. Mrs. P. IS. ColericU. Mrs. P. P.. Uleriek and daughters, who have been spending several days with rcl atives. in Columbia City, relumed hoim yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pape celcbrntei their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary by giving a dinner party at the Auditor him Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Uildcrback are en lerLiining their daughter, Mrs. W. M Fielder, of Tampa, Flu., who will spem" the summer in the eity. Misri Clara Collars will leave soon foi Paris, where she will spend three year.-, under the direction of Kignor Sbriglw h her voice. Miss Xollars ha won many laurels in the field of iniibk- for she possesses a voice wonderful for its range and sweetness. SUFFERED 27 YEARS WITH KIDNEY DISEASE. Mr. G. A. Stillson, a merchant of Tarn- pico, HI., writes: "JToIcy's Kidney Cure 15 meeting with wonderful success. It has cured some cases here that physician! pronounced incurable. T myself am ubli to testify to its merits. My face to-da} is a living picture of health, and Folcy'fa Kidney Cure has made it such. T II.T si i tiered twenty-seven years with the dis ease, and to-day I feel ten years youngc1 than I did one year ago. 1 ran ohtaii sonic wonderful certificates of its medical qualities. Dreier Mr. C. SihiT, of is in tin city for a few days on a bn.-ine.-v- trip. Pure blood nnd good digestion munn perfect health. PRICKLY ASH HIT TKttS purities the. blood and strengthen llio stomach, liver and bo weld. Mr. C. W. Shoemaker, nf UlufTlon, is in the eily on a business trip. No-To-nae Tor Fifty Guarimueil toliiicco hablL cure, maltc." v tacustrouB, biootl pure. All Mr. AL Iliirns. fuel iigeni of the Wnbasli, with ter.- at Si. Louis i- in the cit.v on business. Wanted. Ladies nnd ijpntk'inpn sufferim; from ttiroat ami In 111; iHiTicnltifi in c.ill at our storu for a froe 'ttottlo of Otlo'ii Cure. We contldentlj recommend it aa a cure for Cousin, Colds, II Coiisniuiitifin, M diseases of Hit: tli tml It will a nnickor tlinn itlicr known rcmwlv. Wo believe il will i-uru roii. I-arge biwa and ilc. Sold by Frccai It j nkc. One Fare Excursion. Via Nickel Hate road July 2nd, 3rd and 4th. Ask iirmitj. Xo. 103. C. (.f Le.wisville, Texas, wriU-s that one box of DeWitl's. Witch Har.el Palvi: wan worth to him. It cured tns piles of ten years standing. lie advisor others lo try it. If also cures Mi in and obstinate sores. Tellens. HALL'S PAINLESS CORN CURE U superior to all others and removes coniH without pain. At all druggists, They heal the entire alimentary canal from the stomach downwards, besides regulates the, liver and kidneys. Father's Favorettes will not disappoint anyone, flic most wonderful satisfaction follows .he continual use. for constipation. Trice, 10, 25 and SO cents. For bale by a! w-tf of July .Inly 2ml. :inl nl -lib, nl one fare, Nickel J'lafe road. Xo. 100. -o- A WHITE MARK. Kidney reliable preparation [tladder .hi.iGreatMcdicine noucy refnndetl. icrvcawhiteniark? Cure is a perfectly for all Kidney und The proprietors of guarantee it or the Do they not dc- Dicier Bro. Tliftrc was n man wlio hfid Catnrrh. Ills nnmo WAS Mntthew Mearfl, He trle.l tho rfontora near and far For nearly twenty years. At lo.it ho used Brazilian Balra, Wliicli cured him In a trice, A gladder nmii ttmn Matthew Mem You will HP twlon. Sold bv -Meyer Hros. Co., Win your battles against disease by .cling promptly. One Minute Cough Cure produces immediate results. When a ken early it prevents consumption. in Intte.r afagea it furnishes prompt Gross Pellena. Last Week of the Great Will be the Banner One of the Sale gains Without End. 65 Cent Shirt Waists, Sl.oo Shirt Waists, Si.2; ShirtWaists, Si.50 Shirt Waists, 10 Dozen New White Lawn Waists, in Plain Fancy AT ACTUAL 15 Cent Fancy Lawns, Cent Organdie Lawns, I2J4 Cent Dress Ginghams, 20 Cent Dress Ginghams, 30 Cent White Aprons, Best Apron Ginghams, Best Prints (all i 6 Cent Yard Wide Muslin, 100 Pieces India Linens, 31 Cents 50 Cents 73 Cents 89 Cents Tucked and Prices, yc, 8c, gc, loc and Per Yard. 50 Cent Colored Dress Goods, 65 Cent Colored Dress Goods, 75 Cent Colored Dress Goods, Sl.oo Colored Dress Goods, Si.25 and 81.50 Colored Dress Goods, COST. Cents 5 Cents S Cents Cents' 20 Cents 3 Cents 3 Cents AT ACTUAL COST. .29 Cents 39 Cents 48 Cents I 65 Cents 89 Cents These are but a few of tho bargains we are going to give this week. Not an item in our whole stock at more than cost and much that is less than cost. Ladies' Tailor-made Suits, Ladies' Tailor-made Ladies' Fancy Parasols, AT HALF PRICE. i WHEN IN DOUBT, TRY They have stood the test CTnnUn j ''ave thousands ol olHUHb G inlllll jjj AGAIN! vigor to the whole belnp. All drains and losses arc checked ptrotantntly. Unless patients properly cured, their condition often worries them into Insanity, Consumption or Dealti. Mailed scaled. Price ii per box: 6 boxes, with iron-cbdkral to cute 01 refund money, fc.oo. Scud foe free book. PEAL MEDICINE Cleveland, 0. Sold by Gross Pcllcns. NT iinrnnnm 1 L I lu U lul I Brewers of Lager Beer. Special Export and Centlivre Tonic For Family Use. TELEPHONE, NO. 62. tt Oi Ftcrn, Bit- lb HYGIENIC VAPOR BATH. "Only Perfect Bath Gnblr Latest patent April s, 1838, which puts it far "'T nhdwl miv older. Turkish, Russian, or .uiy i medicated hath in your room for only Onilpt "Wilts. ComflainH. rnnwma, IVei, jcinjr! flttJirscnthiisiastiuiirits prafsc. 'A and A'Hot cliild cnn uimrutu it. Size, folded, Lixia, 4 I Springs :it Iluuic. -.yjr Weight, fl lha. ttWoffto jiro.ichpra. HfCUTC KMlailvo urrltorj. Pomp I'.' a dtr wi-nEed 700 AbtNlO WAnltU! mnnlH frr month, s anotbfr, 4 doicn a-wk fJ'the r-ut Of doing oplendidly. jxnny ncthtdt. 3J.Pige Writo A HYGIENIC BATH CABINET CO., Nashville, Tcnn. 2 FREE ADVICE lir our Pliyalclfln and a FREE SAMPLE ur mcTinnc nml a M-pagc Vree Hook trcntluR all iIlHiiaaen wit" 56 excellent recipes arc eomc or the rcneona why you ahould wrlto IIH. Dr, Kay's Renovator Cures the Tory........ .._. Kidney diseases. Scnil f... all of your symptoms. Dr. Kay'a Renovator mail on receipt of 2rt c.cnln and SI .00. _ _ It. Write UH about iold by tlruggists, or sent Omaha, Neb. SOLD BY DRUGGISTS, C. B. WOODWORTIT CO. Coast Line to Mackinae Thfl Greitait Perfec- tion jot itlilned In Boat Constructions Luxurious' .Equip- ment, Artistic Fur- nlihlng.Decorallon _____ -and Efficient Service To Detroit, Mackinae, Georgian Bay, Petoskey, Chicago IJne oKeit of 4V) in Hot uf reriotj uid IntarnaL, rilei It tn NEW STBBL PASSENQEH SPEED, OOHFOIIT AND SAFETY roor TrlH IttwiM Toledo, Detroit ud Macklnac 1017 JUTES to Holurn, IniludlHii Mrali nd tirrlhi. Aj Iniln Call tram TeJ Kljhl Cleveland, Put-In-Bay and Toledo. Diltj BttvetB nin al ram fron Oetrolt, Rend ac. for Illustrotcd Pamphlet. Addrcu A. A. f. DITiaiT. UIOH. DETROIT AND CLEVELAND ConnNrHoni nro Clamlund with Tralr.i far ixihu Rut, Sonih Hortt'Mj'tforthwMi' Dion onu cSliiifn0GoiiiQn!
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