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Fort Wayne News, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1899, Fort Wayne, Indiana THE' FORT. WAYNE NEWS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1899. 200 BIG ppc ROCKERS SHAMROCK'S SPEED TESTED. Another Car Load of those Large, Full Arm, Wood Seat Rockers, Same as cut, will go on sale Monday Sept. 18, 1899. Of our celebrated Big Broad Arm, Bent Back, Carved, Fancy Shape Spindel, Antique, Solid Comfort Rocking Chairs, like cut, sold everywhere for 200 Rockers Our Price for Monday 99 Cts. Sale commences flonday 8 o'clock a. m. Note the day and date of sale. Come are Genuine Bargains. Indiana Furniture Co. Lipton's Yacht Failed to Make as Good Time as Columbia. X1CW YnilK, .yopt. a lighi hrcey.e from ibe iiorlbweHt, varying fron in eight knots mi hour, Sir Thomas yiiebl Sbamrork Miilcd over course, of about, f iveiUy-lbvei: mill's yc: Icrday, in lln-fL- lining nini four minutes nr nl an nf hourly eight knots in liotir. '1 lie lirsl half of UK; L-DI I r.-iU fro 11 Scotland liglilship lo llic oiilcr mark, was iil i.n leewnrd before tlit; wind, ten les. The last Iialf WHS I en miles to windward, with three miles added for til tucks nimloj imikiiig a total of Lwcuty three miles. The H-n mile run before tin wind WHS covered in out hour and six leen minutes. The. total elapsed time shows thnt the Columbia sailed the .same distance iii her hist nice with tin; Defim- ut, Newport, t minuter and forty-four .-iccoiids fiialei1 than the dial leuger, hut there, was more wind at iht Newport nice during the windward work, .so tin: is hardly n fair one. The start made at from Scot- land lightship, .ihe lilwmrool; having, be- sides he.r thrct: lower sails, a club.top .suit find balloon-jib top .sail bet. In tlit! wjndward work carried liei baby jib top sail. .She carried iliu steel "iifl which was broken on Wednesday. H wii.s repaired nl- Uie Erin ba.sin und turned to the yiiohi early yeriU-iday morn- ing. PERIL TO THE TURKISH SULTAN. Syrian Tells of Alleged Plot Against Abdul Hamid's Life. CINC'INX.Vn. Sept. Hi. -Abraham iilmmjji1, n SyriiUi ,now in jail, mado tlic tonishing Hlalcmt'iit yesterday Hint he knew of a plot to kill the siiHau of Tur- key; that the. chief in ihe have been in Cincinnati, and later n Indianapolis. Da It rouge SH.VP he dare not now reveal tli( I'unsnirntors' names, but says be is studying high explosives; with a view to their use to aci'oiiiplif-li his purpose. JJuhroiigc is charged with obtaining two typewriters by false pretenses. He claimed to be in communication with the consul of the Ottoman em- inro. and has letters from that EXORBITANT PRICES NOT PAID. Commissary General "Weston Details Facts on Supplies at Manila. to-ft. Hc-ni-rul llic soldier nf criticise nfm-niei] the which were plies in ihi' about -.40 per .hi- hiking In lav tin; grave uf inM- -on. ulin dleil iwrnilv. FOB of seven rooms oil East Lmvi.s street, lnijiiire :it 214 East Luivis Kt. 10-tl 1'OR second floor in the Tri-Sfate block, over L. Jaxthcimcr Son, merchant tailor store. Call at 138 E. Wayne. 2-12p Professional. DB. T. H. McCOBMlCK, X. D., Koonis 1 and 2, flHiite's Bank Block, Fort Wayne, Ind. Home Telephones: Office, 181; resi- dence, 291 South. Office hours: 9 to 12 a. m., 1 to 5 p. m. Sunday, 2 to fj p. m. For Sale. lot on J'rospcct Avo. .1. Jl, J'ayni-j Sonvcy .Hardware company. 15-lf FOB room house, 'lot 50x150; cast of liroadvvoy. -Price, Cflll on VAL ROCHULL, Tel. 40, Alain. 23 Court 'Street. 5-8-tf FOR SALE ,OR have 10 email tracts of lanu rauging from 2 to 15 acres. Some very good bargains. Also a few large farms to exchange for city property. For particulars see S. FREISTOITKR, Rooms C and Bank block. FOR dwelling prop- erty on West Berry street; West Creighlon avenue; West Main street. Vacant lots on St. Mary's avenue, Herman street, West Berry atrect, Wal- ton avenue, Fletcher avenue, II. J. Ash's addition, South Cnihoun street addition. SOHKADK.lt WILSON, 7 Court Street, Lost. while fox terrier with one black eye; tail cut. Finder return to Trccl Helling, Jr., and receive rewind. Griffith street. 13-t'f For Lot 150 feet from pave- ment, on Wells street Sidewalk and completed. Splendid location for residence. Will exchange same for in- come property. Money to lonn. G. -McKEE, i 31 East Beny street. DE. B. GABD, RESIDENT SPECIALIST. diseases of MAN and WOMAN. OH1FICLA1. SUBGKRY of citlier sex. Trusses litted and rupture cured; elec- tro thcrupcutic baths in chronic rheu- 'inatisni, jjaralysis, locomotor aUixia and pronounced incurable diseases. Office No. ]3 West Wayne St., Fort Wayne, Inil. isalHIiiir- The Market Report The L. A. Kinsey company, firain, pro- vision and stocks oflice, over Wliite Na- tional Ijank, room 3, BelJ telephone 93. To-day's market quotations: Oyeu. HigL. Close. .71% .70% Dec.....28% .20 .23% -Dec.....21% .21 y, .21 Ocl S.OO 7.92 7.07 Oct 0.2T 5.30 Oct 5.15 B.30 5.17 5.15 5.17' Uiitsijro Union Yai'ds Hogs, Left, over, S.OOO. Market steady. Light. mixed, S4.15gi4.70; liravy, S-UfXjH.Ty; rough. Oitlle 2.000; steady. Kansas City cattle. Uninlin lloj-'S, cattle, Lli'OO. Dr. L. P. Draycr has returned from a Imsmc.-i.s (rip (o Chicago. ALWAYS AND EVER TO THE FRONT WITH BARGAINS! Only Si.00 for this Solid Gold Screw Ear-ring At J. L. SIEVERT'S, Wholesale and Retail Optical and Jewelry Store, 85 CALHOUN STREET, f Fort Wayne, Indiana. We are supplying the'people of this vicinity with the very bast goods obtainable for the least money, for anything in our line. Investigate our prices. You are sure to find what you want at prices below all competition. We are wholesale dealers as well as retailers, and can save you the middle man's profit. Our stock is the largest to select from. The accompanying schedule of prices will give you some idea of the splendid bargains awaiting you. We Test Eyes FREE! And Guarantee Satis- faction or Refund Your Money. Steel Spectacles up. Gold Spectacles For one week we offer choice of 50 patterns Long Chains at only each' worth 100 other style Chains we offer at and worth oo and Come and see these two Great Bargains. READ Carefully, be wise and buy your goods where ONE DOLLAR Will take the place of TWO DOLLARS OR THREE. While they last you can secure this elegant At S-DAY STRIKING CLOCK n Seth Thomas Make, beautiful Oold Wnk-h, voinjilplp wilb Klgin or any make inovonient, only woi-lb miywln'io. Caae wairaTiloil for L'O yours. fJenfV nnd soe Ibe e.it itock af lowest jirioos in Fort Yfayiio. Four Special Chain Bargains AT WHOLKSALB I'llICKS. In Ladies' Long Oold (Jfiains we ofl'er olioieo of 100 patterns at only eacb, worth :uid regular. Tins chain is soldorod link and guaranteed for seven years. We odor anotber loi of LmUe.s' Lonji (-old Obaina ut, oaeli, worth and elsewhere; soldered and Kxtm Kim- Ladies' Long Mold Chain" at. only und oaeh, w.-ll Other stylos from up lo hi (fonts' ClmiiM we have over lo Delect, from, vanning in prices from p. Wo have a "pecial leader in fientft' Cliains flt, only en oh, worth .'jtf.nft lywben-. j WHV PAY ES Silver and Gold Hearts Others liiy jJi-ices and big profits when pell you Hie samo "nods at about one- half or one-third their prire? Then, our ritot-k is the hirgo.it. to select- from. Conic and invesLijjatti for yourself. We arft olVerim- a ijcaiilifnl Child's Solid Gold u (.t> _ -At Lowest Prices. IJinji ut. only ni eenU and .'jil.lin, worth Sl.To to in any jewelry store. also oflVr as one of our many leaders: Al. only 25i: eacb, We liave also receiveil an .Haby a) mily 25 cents each. line I Knninolrd RilvnT 12 cotils, lo cctila and 2.r> nonts eneb. nl. only 2S cental frrp. oacll. SETS Silver Teaspoons ut only "0, worth to nmlcli, Silver Knives anil li'orka, sot of pieces, woriii ?n.no. WE ARE Also many bonutinil drwigns in Todies' Itroncbfis, from to tltiil iwiinliy retiiil id and Our lino of solid gold scro.w Iwirrhigs af, ?I.OO are woilli JfS.ijO olsewhore. A bL'iiui.iful Solid Cold Kur-Orop for worlli ir'ii.dO aiiywbe.ro. Hcnicinbcv, we are buy direct- from the inniiufiiuf.urer, and savf; you ttm middle man's pro lit, Call and iw for anyl.liiiijj; in our linn. Von won't bo disappointed if you are anxious lo pave money.
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