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   Fort Wayne News, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1899, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               THE FORT WAYNE NEWS. -Twenty-Sixth Year. SATURDAY EVENING, (SEPTEMBER 16, 1899. The People's Paper. The Lot Will Last But a Few Days Here. To start the Neckwear Trade we placed on sale 50 dozen IMPERIAL Usual price soc, but we made the price, while they last, 30c. These are the latest in Neckwear. All new pat- terns. A perfect craze in the east. Come and get them while they last for 30 Gts. PIXLEY CO. SAVE PAIN AND MONEY BY HAVJNG YOUR TJKEL'Il ATTJCND- ED TO AT THE Boston Dental Parlors. TJlESJil I'JilCKS GOOD UNTIL AUG- UST 30T1I. TKET1I EXTJUCTED AllSOLUTiiLV WITHOUT TAIN. AVu guiiraiitci! nil om work. Prices huU duiiycd priviitn ilcnlisLa. ]t will ptiy you to con- wilt us und Imve your tectli.-cxaiiiincd. Consultation free. FOR A PARDON C-AltlXKT WILL CONSIDER UK D1IEYFUS CASE TL'KDAY JIEV1H10X OF CASE. WALDECK-ROUSSEAU 1'UBMIIOl: HAS I'ltO.MlfED DKF- IN.ITKLY TO I'KOI'OSE A 1'Ali- I'LAXii. REBELS ARE GAINING. XSL'lidEXTS IX YEXEXl'ELA SAID TO 1IAVI-: CA1TUKE1) YALKX- CAPITAL. LOXIJOX, IK; J'liris com-spnmlcnt of tin.- Times. ays: "I li-iirn thai Captain Dreyfus will liortfy v.'itlidmw his appeal for a re- ol the liciines ti-inl, winch will Die ground (-lour for I he government o lake immediate sleps lo pardon him. ['Ids pardon will not annul Hie civil and nilitary t-uiisuijUL-nuLS of the verdict, ami iv will, therefore, no lunger bulung lo tlic Tiny. Tlien: is nothing, however, lo pre- 'cnt him from applying Lo the eonrl of HI ipuir-h the. trial ver lift wheiicve) the new fact required hy nw is pmduwd. When liberated ho will ellle in the south of France, as Ihe. mem- id his family do not wish to exporfo dm fo such demonstrations nf sympathy ilmiiui as might lie used against him by lis adversaries at IIOITIC." The Paris, correspondent of the Daily says: "The premier, M. Wahlcck- JoilSM-aii. has promised doliniiely to nio- HI.-T- n pardon for Dreyfus at next Tnes- ondition of allairs prevail- in d hy Ihe slate department yesU-rday mm iigciili in Ihat coniilry. Consul Luther T. l-Jllswurlh, stationed t. I'ucrlo caljlcd to the deparl- iicnl thai. Ihe report was- einienl that a Cmn-ral ill- ad occupied Valencia in tin- pi..vince uf int. Bet of Tcclli.................. Gold Oi own .......v Silver 1'illings 5" Cold Kllings up Teeth cleaned.................... Jf you have 11 plwlo thai docs not fit, 'that falls in your mouth, bring it to us. mnd wo will correct this fault. Old and broken plates made new or Boston Dental Parlors 7 1 CALHOUN STREET, I TC Phone 302 Main. S. H. BAKER, D. D. S., Mgr. Hours: S a. m, to S p. m. Sundays, 8 n. in. to 4 p. m. Lady Attendant. Dr. E. W. Dodez, H H H M )-C Graduate of Illinois School of Dentistry. M H H H H M M Having had ten years' practical experi- ence in the largest and best offices in Chicago, is prepared to do modern den- iistry in all ils branches nt moderate prices, and with a view to introducing himself will for the next week do all work at the cost of material. FOR ONE WEEK ONLY! I will extract, free of charge, all teeth that tanuot be saved From to a. m. E. DODEZ, fi. OFFICE A. H. Till 5 P. M. Schmitz Block, Room 8. Refrigerators! THE SITKA All Hard Wood, the best in the market. All of the latest improvements. Call at H. J. Ash's and price them. THE LAWN PRIDE Lawn nower, high wheel, none better and no ad- vance In price. Don't fall to see them at ASH'S. Ccraldiiie appears mtich older tlian she is and talks like a matured person, cho deelat-iis that .Sehwcinfiirlli irwiU all the peojile at Hie place as ir he wore their kinjr: ilnit he. had not punished her se- verely for some time, but lectured her in- terminably, .She was reserved in lulk- about the inner working of "heavim" but oxpre.ssed the opinion that the insti- tufidii would not Ittst much more than a yeiir longer. The girls on the phicu, she 75 ecu is per inunth for their work. Late in the nijjht 31 re. Schweinfnith and others from "heaven'1 came io the int-y and with the aid of the police located the runaway girl, who had "one lo bed. "1 am afraid I won't lie able to out within a year ajrain." was ihe lillln one's si-rli us she was hastily Ihru-t into a car- rinjjt1 ami driven away. DELAGOA BAY SKl'lMIKI) UY GliEAT I1KITAIX- J10K1W SHUT OFF KHOii UXLY UWIJIUX1CAT10X WITH SE.-l. SGHLEY IS GIVEN HIS WISH. Admiral to Take Command of the South Atlantic Squadron. WASHINGTON. Sept. Ad- miral Schley lnrn appointed lu the command of Hit- .Smith Atlantic station. hoard, and to-day was notified fo hold liim-i'K in readiness tn assume his new duties-. The deparlim-nl is a 1 mill Ui lake steps to make I he command commensurate with Admiral Schh-y's rank, by increas- ing eonsidcrahly Ihe number of vessels on the station. Tin: Cincinnati, probably will -n there. The. Detroit is already on her way lo jniii. ami Ibc "Mnrldeliead is likely t'o be'allachcd. Altogether tin-re will be live or six ships oil the station when Ihe tjiiota is filled. II is said ;M. tlie department that with a threatened war in South Africa, which is part of the station, and Ihu disturbed conditions in and Central America. Ihe Sotilh Atlantic command >s likely to til-dime, an important one in the near fu- ture. i( lmm 7 LONDON, .Sept. was reported j v .o-day thai a deal had been conclude" j iy which Portugal leases her hist African j lossessions to liennany nnd Fnghind. the''] niter securing Delagoa Buy, and thus i ,lu, Bous oil only Mm.k i the K t LONDON, ic-n-iv- cor. i Iliii inni-iiiliK from ftmlli SENDS 1WTI) DM. (IK FAMK I'LTjj IT .-r-l.llDII HAII, CONYF.UTS. UAl'iJMTKH OF I.ATK .1. STL'DE- HAKKI! SI KS IIKII II I'SHAND FOIt DlVOlil .1 Yiili-uciii. ami il i-. picsumcd t hat ".Mr. j 11-'Jl" Dim-it-. .-ailed np.m him for a Balked into ihe .-in-uil court .ni-l. Air. Ilio American lovcment. of the.cruiser miyi'ii he expedited in order that Amcr- and their iuturcHls mij-ln he idcijlialely proti'efcd. .lAinttk'ii, -Sept. 1C. Ad- from Lu (Jiiayanij the port of Cai'ii- as. capilal of that the Venwiii'lan revolution. inder the leadership of Hein'ral Uipriano ruining overwhelming jiro- he implicated in or who arc .-mpected complicity in ihu movement, against the if John .ami I'urn Cheneworlh, diseiph- shniLMitcr in discfirding inedical fur Uowic's prnyers for theii Five best l-'rankfort uttorupysi liL'HN'KD ICKKICV. mci'tings in every cily in Indiana Jo condemn French innsl.ice and to urge. congiV.-sional and inlln.'iK-H for IL reversal in the jndgmeni. The Ihvl public demonstration was held eacl.in- the porls. but it was nmlerslood Inirned in .1 La ViuHvnm tli.il President Andraile A meetin- will held al hlk- hart and one is lo be heli The Xo'ves Carriage .he "ovcrn.....ill iroops. wbic.....id siis- 'IV Carriage ,......pauy bus been ai.....1 two severe defeats, losing large I :lrl .....nlilics of munitions of war, .-amp and prisoners, j-uggesling (In of the government froops ollusion upon tin; part of the govern- iienl gvneralrf with tin; insiirLrt-nl. forces. apathetic, -lint the whole inferior is iv- nrlcd to he rising belijnd the banner of In- revolution. Tlie government of Yene- if, is anli.-ipalcil. follow Ihe example. ATTEMPTS TO WliECK TRAIN'S. Icmpls lo Lake IJlinii! tn has one small slpamer carryin ight guns, for guarding thu coast, which left l.a Cuavaril Muiuhiv. A.MEIUCA.XS I.KAnK KTCII VALPARAISO. Chili. Sept. mporlant nnd rich mines with smelling [ibint at Playn Illnnca and Aulofogasia. have been leased for fifteen years by an American syndicate. The prcse expresses satisfaction over the fact Unit Americans ivill open that enormously rich mineral York limited struck a lie that hail been placed on Ihe wcsl-bonnd hack a mile wcsl of Ibis city. The lie ejLiigbt under the firebox and il. was ;i .K.1 train wrcekej-s. The trunk is lo he patrolled and all suspicious diameters found wil! be ar The secretary uf the Chilean legation in Washington, and Ihe consul gcneial al New York, will rcpresenl Chili al the Pbiladeplhia. commercial congress. clas-iiticil, has hccn diseovcred near Oil- denu Uold to-day at Ui.lJO per eenl. TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS Stolen From the Safe in the Leechburg Railway Station. IMTr.SHrRn, Sept. snfo ill Ihe l.eechbnrg railway stalion. Weslern I'cnn sylvaniii railroad, thirty-four miles trim hero, was blown dining sloh-ii. It was not discovered un- til Ibis morning. GIRL RUNS AWAY FROM "HEAVEN." Schweinfurth's Daughter Escapes From Farm, But is Brought Back. HOCK FO 111., Sepl. lli.--llccanse die was forced til work from 5 o'clock in tlie morning mil II lute al nigld, mil allow- ed lu go lo school and compelled to slay within the hounds uf (icraliline. the l-l-year-old daughter uf Jacob Sc.liweinfnrlli. ran away frum the famous farm seven miles snuth of Ihis cily day afternoon, walked lo Hockiord and found shelter al the homo of G. W. Pat- rick. Tho girl told n pathetic story, saying Ihat she baled Sc.hwoiufurtli and llntl licr mulher. whu was formerly .Mix. Tullle, Last nighl a pile of ties was discovered ,n Hie west, bound tniek.ji.-ai Iliirdicli. 11.1 removed before any damage was JUN'K (JOES INTO LUjriDATIDX MiSflAWAKA. Scpi. Klklnirl National bank yesterday rrceivrd ollie ial peiiiiissiun from the rnmplroller of the troasnrv In go inlo volnnlary li.pii dation. K. A. C'arpenfer lias hoen ap- t-losing the of Ihe tnsliUtlion. Tin: bank has siillicifnt. funds, it I pav in full SOULTY WOMAN" DlVOIiCK. JIISHAWAKA. Ind., Sept.-Hi.- Hclenc Stndebiikcr Ijlrich, yeslerday liloi! in ilin i-irciiil courl a pel il inn for her bnsbund. Unwell CIricli, lit. present in City. AIimKU. where cate. The plaintill' is a of the Inte -I. Hlmlehaker, South IVndV wealthy inaiiiifai-l.nrcr. The- couple were inarrietl on May IiO, ISllO, ami th" bril- liani-v of that ovclit him not vet linen eclipsed in the .social sphere of northern Indiana cilies Tho defendant a prom- inent Oh ion goai i and his wife i-> well in the leading circles in west- cm metrnpolis. The complainl. failure in provide. mendicancy, He. TV extreme prominenen of the piir tips makes flu; a one. TJ1K TAX-UAYKUS LMltAXON, Ind., Sept. lax-pnyrs of township, this county, hnvc decido-1 lu the liuuks of Tiuslce I'Vank Moore, of Ihat. townshijt, They say Ihe toviwliip'w iu debt They do H'l' know whore Ihe money went, nnd not'accusing Mr. Mnorc. of .crookedness, they desire to know for Ihcir salisfiiclimi thn c-on- diti.ni nf (ho finances, A eomniillec of (lie tax-payers hero today lo scciivo WAR STEPS TAKEN. KKUCEK ASKS FO1! TIIK NU.MDER OF BOEKS AVAILAIII.K J-OJt SKHVICE. ORANGE FREE STATE JJUTCII IX ALL 1'AKTS OF SOUTH AFJMCA AJlli AllillXU. the linlliUufT oi the TnuiK-Slburiiui i-oud. from this rcjriim has aln'udy funnd its way io tin- Knrupc.iin market. AL present the rcsiiim-osi uf region an largely undeveloped and miirt. remain so fur ycarri, as the pupnlatiun is us me inlialiiiant lo each mile. Jm- nitration from ICnropcun U pi-L- in, Innvevt'r. pcrsuiif, liuviii" eiitfn-d the year. WINDOW CLASS TRUST FORMED, After Several Attempts it is Organized with Capital. Sept. mcml.er-' of I he window selling IIH UK; American cntnpuny. eimtrdll- out of the wiiulow in the United Slates, met here yw- Icrdny. niunlhs they took oul a charter in New Jersey, and over tfinee havt: hi'en trying to form a trusL They tailed io form inn- with u capital of and one with enpitiil. A. rlijindieix. id Hie einiipaiiy, made, the- fulluwiuy 9fulu- meiiL ccedi-d tn-diiy in formiiii ince thir present tension Jn its last icply lu the Tnuisvaiil nieiil, Ihe Orange Free .Stale agrui-s lo siand In- HIL> lioers in :uiy event. The Dutch in all parls nf South Africa are frilling, and they :irc preparing fur i g.-nenil war of indcpendnicc. ix rxcoMi'HOMisixr; TKUM.S. LONDON. S'pl. Loinlun cdi- ion of the Standard and Diggers' XPWF. that Krugcr's reply to Kiifjland is ires-cd in lerms. STKI'.S TAKKX. bisislcni Star, of hat si marlial law pvocliimalion irintcd. I'HKTOlilA. Sept.. Hi.-All il min.lanU have askftl to M-II Bur of the fhal by IJt'ir. I 500 or WO puts not Mr. Chambers asserts that the igieement. eontnds r.nil mil of Ibe and Unit, not more thnn i.'il) will start up until he tin; word. FORM A NEW PARTY. Cil'AI.IIKIiTO fiO.MKX SUIEMINC TO HE I'HKSIDJCXT OF CUllA. HE SAYS MAXIMO CO.MEX. WILL 1'liOUAIil.Y HE ELECTED l-'IKST. CAXXOT LAST 1.UXU. BRYAN TO-DAY sn-mnms OK DICST TIIKORIK.S LAItliK CIIOWD IMSKSKNT. TO FORCE THE ISSUE. THY 'I'O 1'tT THHOl.MiU CONI-'Kll- KNCT. RKSOLUTKIW DK.NOliXCl AM) DISAPPOINTS CROWD .JiltVAN Dl-X'LINKirrOSI'KAK KAMK KVK.XINU V.TIM1 I'OCKKAX. iniint lie jtiwcntcil fruui o latinizing. The' .-tali- -mil fctli-nil "inn-it act, concur- rently. Tin; atiitc laws arc not enough. For wi: riin't depend tin; jjcoplu of inn- sintc to Hit; jx-ojilfr uf an- dl her. .Icrricy, for instance, ulluwa rnrjiuniiioiH lo organize jircy upon uilii'j' si at Hi- tiicii the following rein- u liiw pro- viding I ha I no corporation organized in any hlnto .-OniiilU ilu outside of thiit suit i' without a licence- from smiiit IHUMT seated nmyrcsw. Watering the of a could lie pR'vi'iili'd and in all ititiitioiml and so declined by the su- in-nie court, I nm in favor of tin ainend- inenl id HIP fun-titntitin whii-h will give .-ongipss thi> puwL-r to destroy every trust in the -The was re- with gicaf This morning .Icnnings llryan. before addressing the convention, present- ed to resolutions committee ivsolu- lions denouncing trusts nnd monopolies. The cummiltec decided evening not to ivporl any rcsidlilinns lo Ihe confer- ence. Ifryaii will .....h-avor. willi the jj'orl 1iu- radical to put this InM IniL tin- ]icnple pi' Itiitl to illionl tht? oratory of tin; Til- who, liowover. occupied a on the plalTunn. .Mr. I'ryan explained that he did not vifli (u let tin- impression go nut that In? was tit -niter into R debate with Mr. Cocki'an. that, reason lio saitl IIR would iiul speuk with .Mr. L'oeknin at tin1 sjime -Mr. (.'ockrun was sent for and lit1 nnd .Mr. Jtryari diM-ussed the Mtualinn. The L'ommiUcc withdrew to allow tlic two or- lo nettle the dkpute iinuing Liieiu- Mr. Kiyan that he. never he woidd follow Mr. with MI address on the ?nm e evening. Jf the HAVANA. Hi.- he has no intention of joining the (.'uhaii Xalimial or the Cuban n loi'in a itlee   a liiirger monopoly as the leader of the democratic party than any for Bryan came from all over the hollar. I'inally .Mr. Ill-van and said Ilial for the good of ilerei- then c mitleil Miii-i.le. DKATI1 HY ASPHYXIATION. HITI'Al.0. N. Y., Sepl. lllr-Dnvni to iun by ytarviitiuii. liiihcrt rnnry Last night Ihey turned on Ibe and were found asphvxialed this morning.. TIIUiOKTJIAIXMIvX AJ OliATU. XKIUEASKA (TJ'V, Neb., Sept. lin-e men were killed :ind l.wcnly froighd di-slroyed at hint, a .small Nation i the Missouri I'acilie railroad south of o'cloek vi-slerdav aftur- head bnikcmjm. C1LIAAI. engineer. FlltKMAX. name unknown. The only persons who could give. l.he efiiils of ihe act-idem are dead, but it is ;n.iwn that freight. I mill Xo. l'.M run- ng very fuM lo make .Inlian as :i sidiny lint, era-lied through a bridge two miles -finth nf I'anl. The Iwcniy cars jnled on op of ihe engine and the wreck caught id is now a of smouldering dchri-. The surviving of (he train crew leaped at Ihe liist intimation if danger and c.-eapcd with bail- bruises. jiowerlexs to extinguish the lames or rescue their co udes. who were probably killed when (be engine fell. HANNA RETURNS FROM EUROPE. Will Personally Conduct Ohio Campaign with XI-AV YOIiK. Sepl. Senator iraa- na arrived ibis morning from Kurope. Jle still limped from rheumatism, ilc said he inlended personally to condiicl Ihe Obiu republican campaign. He said he bad llu idea who would lx> the republican vice presidential candidate next year, lie said lluhart and T.ooscvelt both are good men. he eliminated from Ilic gathering, and al- though he agreed with lir. Coi-kraii in ,f his arguments, it was or -John Jones, of DCS Moim-s, guilty of Dial, hi- ol the controversy should he wreck. The train mining according to orders, -foncs ami bis wife have disappeared; but failed. .loues has been in the employ of the Rock Island foi lifli'i William .h-nuings. Bryan began bis ad- dress on "Monopoly" this morning be- fore tin.- National Trust coiifciciici'. There, was a dcn.-e crowd and a rousing reception was -riven Mr. Hryan. t'.rvati discussed the methods of de- stroying trusts. Their national control vi'.h.lrawal of special fnvors were reliable ilispalclicrs on Ibe road. The of licials admit he has disappeared, lull dc Clare it is not through fear and that he will return. RETIRES FROM ACTIVE PRACTICE. Judge to Go to United States Court of Appeals in October. Kepi. ul Slate Day has announced his retire- ment, frum Hie aclive practice of law. lie will assume llm .work uf judge in I bo United Stales cuuit of appeals in Octo- IH.I, hul bis family will nut remove from Canlon al present, .ludge Day has been an nclive lawyer since 1370 and bend ot a law firm since llW. lie is one of Ilic best known attorneys uf northeaster! Ohio. monopoly could he trusted in private bands. He denied in the first, place thai (be price would be reduced, as Ibe trust advuc.iles claim. In the second place, even if il was true, the evils accruing would he grealer tbiin the benclils. The price of raw material would be reduced, and Iiv --losing a pail, of Ibc faclorics, men would be thrown mil of work and Hieir wages could be fixed by Ihe moiiop. oilsls. Ill-van claimed the primary cause of the monopoly is Ihe love of money, but falling prices due lo Ihe rising dollar in- Iclisifi'.d II, liecauso. Hie mauufacfurcrs allcinpled tu prutecl themselves from Uie fulling prices which were cnused by tho rising dollar. Turin" iliils the trusts, he said, bill dcslroying Ihe. Infill' would not necessarily destroy tho Iruttts. miisl Iny Ihc ax- at the. fool of the Irco and legislate against them. Diserimina- lion hy railroads must he ju'cvenlcd, hill Sugars Down I-2C Pound All Round. Standard Riamilatcd, oc 111. Standard Ounce A. Hi. Cliuice Yellow C, 4e Mi. iMwdcicd and Cut Loaf, Ib. WIIITK FRUIT iiousa Fire in New York. XI-AV YORK. Sept. this n.oiling damaged A Wiley's litk- .graphing establishment to the amount if dollars. Fresh Baltimore Oyettira. Ke.leels can. best sU'Wing.'iilc can. Ilest Celery, largo, bunches Cape C'od qnnil. J-'rcsh Smoked Whiln Hsh, Ih. WHITK 1'UUIT ilOUSlu Archilecl .1. M. E. liicdcl snys lliat the. plans fur (ho new Lutheran school build- ill lw in the hands of the. contractors in a few [lays. The building .will, ho'of liric.k and will be two stories high. The second story will he used for n lemporary clulrcli room by Ihe Kast laifhernii congregalioii. The Weather. fleiiornlly fair lo-nigbl. ami the remedy must go farther. Monopolies cooler north and central portion .Sunday.   

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