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Fort Wayne News, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana THE BOSTON STORE'S Great Annual Clearing Sale Commences Saturday, July pth. EVERYTHING IS TO BE SOLD AT COST. SUMMER DRESS GOODS. 3 Cts. -Lawns reduced from 5 cts. 5 Organdies reduced horn 8 and 10 ots. 5 Cts. Dimities reduced from 8 and 10 els. 8 Cls. Organdies reduced from 12% cts. 8 Cis. IHmitiea reduced from lZys cts. 10 Cls. Dimities reduced from Ifi and 17 cts. 5 Cts. Dress Ginghams reduced from S Gy4 Ct.s. Zephyr fiingharos reduced from WOOLEN DRESS GOODS. S 1-3 Cts. worth cts. 13 Cts. Henrietta reduced from 25 cts. 21 Cts. All Wool Serges; worth 30 Cls. 33 Cts. All Wool Serge, Svorth 50 39 Us. All Wool Serge, worth 80 cts. 21 Cls. All Wool Novelty Dress Goods, worth 35 Cls. All 50 Cts. Novelty Dress Goods reduc- ed lo 39 cts. AiJ, DKESS GOODS SOLD AT COST. DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT. CiB. Uiiblcitclicd Muslin, worth 5 els. 4 Cls. Unbleached Muslin, worth'0 cts. fi Cts. Unbleached Jluslin, worth 7 els. 5 Cts. 40-indi Unbleached .Muslin, worth 7 cts. Cts. Bleached Muslin, worth 5 els. Ii Cts. nieachcd Muslin, worth a els. 0 Cls. Bleached Muslin, worth 7 cts. H 1-3 Cis. I'illow Casing, ivorth 10 cts. I) Cta. Pillow Casing, worlh els. 10 Cls. 45-inch Pillow Casing, worth 12% ctn. 9-4 Unbleached .Sheeting, 10 els., worth lii cts. Unbleached Sheeting, 15 elH., worth 20 cts. Ctfi. Ticking, worth 8 els. 7 Cts. Ticking, worth 10 els. 10 Cis. worth els. els. Feather Ticking, worth 17 cts. 22 Cts. Unbleached Table Linen, worth SO cts. 25 Cts. Unbleached Table Uncn, worth cts. Cts. Unbleached Table IJnen, worth 50 ets. 45 Cts. Unbleached Table Linen, worth 00 eta. 21 Cts. lied Table worth 28 ets. 25 Cts. lied Table Linen, worth 30 cts. 28 Cts. lied Table Linen, worth 35 cts. ALL XAPKIXS SOLD .AT COST. ALL TOWELS SOLD AT COST. 73 Cts. Jted Spreads, worth 811 Cls. lied Spreads, worth S1.25. UNDERWEAR AND HOSERY DEPARTMENT. 4 Cts. Ladies' Hose, worth 7 clR. 1-8 Cts. Ladies' Hose, worth cts. JO Cte. 1-adici1 Hose, worlh 15 cts. 1214 els. Ladies' Hose, worth 17 cts. in Clfi. Ladies' Hose, worth 25 cts. 21 Cls. Ladies' llosc, worth 30 els. 81-3 Cls. Children's Hose, all sizes, worth cts. 4 Cts.' Ladies' Underwear, wortb Qy4 elfi. ay, Cif. Indies' Underwear, worlh 10 cts. 81-3 Cts. Ladies' worlh cts. 10 Cls. Ladies' Undenvcftr, worth If) els. Cts. Ladies' Underwear, worlh 17 cts! 8 1-3 Cts. Gents' Blaelc Hose, worth cts. 10 Cts. Gents' Black Hose, worth 15 els. ALL LADIES' WAISTS SOLD AT COST. ALL K1BROKS SOLI) AT COST. ALL COitSKTS SOLD AT COST. ALL kuiASOLS SOLD AT COST. ALL LADIES' WJIAITEHR SOLD AT COST. ALL SIIIRTIXCS SOLD AT ACTUAL COST. ALL I'Hl.VfS SOU) AT ACTUAL COST. ALL GIXGHA1IS SOLI) AT ACTUAL CURTAIN DEPARTMENT. 48 Cts. Lace Curtains, worth GO cts. 03 Cts. Lace Curtains, worth 80 els. 95 Cts. Lace Curtains, worth Lace Curtains, woriii ?1.50. Lace Curtains, worth Lace Curtains, worth Tapestry Curtains, worth Tauostry Curtains, worth Chenille Curtains, worth !i5 CK'lngrain Carpets, worth'35 cts. 48 Cts. .All Wool Ingrain Carpels, wbHh (10 cts. Don't Fail to Attend This Great Clearing Sale, as Everything in Our Store is to Be Sold at Cost. SALE COMMENCES TO-MORROW, SATURDAY, JULY 9th. Wm. Hahn Co., The Boston Store. COSTLY FIRE. Easiness Blocki at DMttoyed by Flamea. Intl., July This was tact night visited by the moat damaging firo tbat baa raged here for many years. The fire started in the rear of John Kayscrs grocery store, at 10 o'clock, from a cause which is unknown. After consuming the building and con- tentn, it spread lo the two-story building occupied, by ytnitton Sons, hardware merfliantH. The damage to thfi Kayser stock will amount to nbout whicl? is almost all covered by insurance. The building was owned hy a Mrs. Fitch, of Chicago, :iiMl waa valued at about The Strntton stock of was valued at imd was damaged by water only. It is covered by insuntnce. The Stratton building is owned by the heirs of the late A. B. Parks. PLOT AGAINST GOVERNMENT. Offidali Compire Againat Govtrnmont of YOKAUAMA, July from ChemulopOj Corea, say a plot among the high officiate to overthrow tho-govern- ment has been discovered. HERE TO STAY! OUR CONTINUOUS SUC- CESS IS DUE TO.... Painless Dentistry And Cheap Prices ior First-class Work. Plates that Fit, Fillings that Stay in And Kind Treatment. Crown and Bridge Work Our Specialty, I'ncpB KO jior fi'iit. loss tlinn nny other dentist jri Fort Wnyne. Nfl PLATES No Charge for Extracting When Teeth are Ordered. .Ml Work Oitarnntccil by Jl! YRARS. Ijnlv AttrnilnnL Boston llsntal Parlors 74 Calhoun Street, Over Drug Stori1. S a. in. to S p. tn. YJf until 1 p. ni. SANTIAGO IS UNDER FIRE. [Continued From First Page.] yesterday on the .St. Louis from Santiago, reached the navy department, early this morning and delivered to the navigation bureau yampHon's report on (he battle with Con-era's fleet a week ago yesterday, and a number of othor documents. Pal- mer managed to elude all reporters and fiol away without being interviewed. OFFICIAL DISPATCHES. WASHINGTON, July following imporhmt wen- vm-ivcd last e.vcniug: SI HONEY, July have, just received u letter from General Toial declin- ing unconditional surrender. Itoiu bard motif by army and n.ivy will begin nt us near -1 p. m. ns possible. SHAbTEK, Major General. SI July St Paul, with Concral Henry and his command :ind (piarteniia.slcr's stores, and UK; Git aim, with Uir District of L'ohimbia Volunteer, havejust.arrived. HU.MPH.UKYS. THIS MOR.XING. July 10 o'clock it was said at the war department that a dispatch was received from Shafler between .T and 4 o'clock this morning, stating that it was his intention lo resume operations at Sanfiago this morning. AN OFFICIAL CHAXtui WASHINGTON, July Adminil Henry K. Erbcn, who has been in charge of tho auxiliary naval force since its organization early in the war, is to bp succeeded by Captain John It. Itartlctt. Orders'making the change arc ex- pected to-day. HOSPITAL TRAIN July Gonwil Stcrnberg, of the army, lias re- ceived telegrams saying that hospital was wrecked ut 8 o'clock to-dny at High Springs, Fla. Xo one was hurt. train left Tampa with the wounded who wove brought, from tanliago nn the tnmsporr. Cherokee. DOING KKFECTIV1-: WORK. WASHINGTON. July Sluiflcr aipiin hninmciring away :it (lie- forts of Santiago. Linares refused to with bin demands of nn itncomli-- tioual surrender, am! flit.- bombardment was renewed with vigor promptly at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon. There is no doubt in ollicial circles the fall of the city is a more matter of hours. The first intimation of the action came, last evening in the form of n. dispatch from General Shatter to tlie war department. Later intelligence showed thai the general earned out liis program to tlie letter. -Secretary Algcr was at the war department and at thu white house most of the afternoon nnd evening yesterday waiting for dispute-lies from General .Shatter. At 2 o'clock 1m received a message saying that the general had made a inspection of bis and regarded them as imiirognable. At 5 o'clock another massage was received from Gennral Shatter stating that General Linnrcs had refused lo fiuiTeiider inmunditionally and that the fight would resumed late that evening. The secretary later gave out tho dispatch from Shafler saying that he expected the. bombardment, of Santiago by army and navy to begin as near 4 o'clock its possible. The whole question of reducing Santiago is in tho hands of General Shatter and Admiral Sampson, who have- been in clcwc conference and co-operating as far as practical. Just what part the navy will take in the bombardment is not known here, but it H understood that Sampson will allow his battle ships to iiso their big guns for throwing shells from the SMI near Agnadore-s over the lulls into the city, while tlift smaller ships reduce flic eoaM. batteries, mid thru ooim- tcimine tlie harbor, so in iMiable tlu; whole Meet to enter the. harbor and bom- bard the nl uliwo rangis. Goncnil Chatter's battle line extends in a semi-circle from inn-til
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