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   Fort Wayne Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               C. J. WELKER, BSchr.iiu liluck. us Calhoun Street. j A MATCHLESS SALE.____ Our great cut price anlo began Tuesday morning, Jly 12th nnd coniif.ues until August 1st. Values :mu cost in many linos of goods will not be consid- vie must make room for new fall goods. Bolow wo'ntcmlon only u few of the many good things you will IlmJ hero at prices a llttlo lower than anywhere else. yrdmanly no IWMOU would think of U'kTutiny for u mouioiit. U-t tlivro bo j .aiiiiv.il, but let tbu wtmuittws nud tho authorities MV tu it that it is routined to tin) bouutLt uf Jiivm-y. tt will be for 1 tt'uym-t-i .ivi.il uuivrt tha that bare uUf ii'le-l imUr ia viUrts. Tin fj'.l uf Sautu ar. It ij. t-ught tu Hoilory Department. 11W thiMrou's fu-t IWdiM. vhildtmi'd 1'Jn fust black liusttiit 120 J pair. All iviid tililldreii'a S3ij ul ISo u pair. l tiuo Udiuri' blai-kluwj nt n pair. All LtdUw and c-hildrun's iCu Imck. plaid or fiuiuy hune at STJii-. Ifiti'a sDcka all at Underwear. UIMI ludleV I'M ribbed vesta n1 1'V. ion Lulliw' vt'ata worth '.Tic. nl ITj.j All ludlwa' and mun'a 'JJi) under nil 1'Jo. .Mtm'a uiidurwcnr at Shirt Walstfj. Udioa' filtlrt walau worth Sw, ut at 390. lawn winpperd il'Jc, worth BO. Men's Shirts. All IMWI'.-, working Jintd u 'Xil men's at All niun'i il.W UimJrwv i-hirt it TH-. Mtm'a 3w whitw ihirts ut Corsets, Delta, Tics, etc. All fl.OH 1-nrMitrt at AH (ISO COfertsnt All -.J awl fancy linon colliitt, li1. Umbrellas. All tl.OO llnilir.-lla.-fiU TH-. All a.'.'o Umbr.-ll.iH bt asi. Uokimbtlk umbrellas tit loss t'.um All gingliauiN, muiliux, vllltO tmvalillgs. tllblu lilliillH. mtiutj tuwolt, lining, IMWH. nmhroidorifts, niltfct. baby bonnota, etc., ill at coat. ivK.r mi l'f tlio by (.'01 l.y Umi-ril Skiftrr. Thu territory U nswlof nf S.iiiti tho f.u-itornmiyt thu :tudthu trmiii Liy down uriiB iuclu.l [iri'tty iH'.irly all of thu vllVjrth in Cub.i. Muiiz millo nud llolguiu iHtltM with tiiunb rw not induik-d in thu -FJtIDAY, JULY 15, 1898. llnlirmv TeiDjilu llogular Yltm Working Girls' IVtlenil C, A. of Anthony jirnt No. S7I. Uoncordia, No. -ll.U. of H. Itoyul Templars; Fort Wuym- No.'-19, A. O. U. Mira. SO, A. 0. U. AY. Mud 'Anthony Tent. No. US, K. 3. T. Summit Encampment, No! IB, I. 0. O. F..; Fort Wayne IIlvo; 'No. 0 {Howard Council, No IMG, Kpyiil Arcanum. K'lblaoii -.30 and in., daily. to bo n THE Spanish commander at Hugo Is no porker. Ho known v ho'a got enough and lie had plenty LET tlio government stick to th original proposition and return Hi Spiiuinrds to Spain. America has 110 need of ttiom. IT is not at all probublo tlmt G nralTo'ral over heard tho story D.ivy Crockett aud tho coon, buth of liy that the coon Uud lairn ud, Tim iiip.jrt.int L AKi''AlltS. MIL- llonril ut' Itotitlue Btislu [wuit-d by Attoi doubt us to the of tho u dertakiug, esiwially iu view of the iliy object for which it ia giv trwt ii nry Colcrlt-k, uiiifutd of thu Tho mattui my aui nit--, tw to thu uerl- n uf tlu uw fovi-r ILLS brukmi out in Ai and thorn will lx> plent; to di> ii-lilin- the ixvitilonat witli out having nt thu uamu time to Ijjht Tlio t-ontiir of ipanlah powur in o.uiturn (Jnba be- ng brolinii, tho wittniy (lisitnuud itid Ills strmijjlinU In our K Blanco is bursting with dosiro dio for country let him ainaiiagotliiiusolf a fool- Ho it Id who wants 10 war ooutiuuod. (J HUH ANY "doth protest too uuch." Ilor mtutrality will bo ijulUi tho United .States ul- vnys when slio la noutral. Ku lung ns Urn kaUor is no ally of it will bo uimocfltisary tor jourmls o sot out to jirovn hy niitl ows of Iljjurea tlwt ho ia to ho "middlo of tho ronil." llncli Sam line uot playod this sort ol ehaw BO much us Uurinnny, but li iiQWH how ami whon tochookumte. IVatuh him. IT is i'itoi'OKEi> to dovoto ono Juriny tlio forlliramintj utroot fnii to ft carnival of merrymaking much iftor tho fashion of tho Mnnli (Irns 'uativnls given In Now Orleans, St. Louis, Kansas City, nnd other cities. Tho city 13 to bo turned ovor to tho niasquorannd rovolry Is to roigu, This isall very well, but tliooomniit. having cliargo of Uio fair should rocolloot tlmt difl'eront peo- ple hold different notions ni to wliat constitutoa fuu. No om should lw restrictetl in tho enjoy- mont of any and legitittinlo Huro, but thero are those who ilon, tho auo of our Imtvu soldiers WCOIIUM tho next and duty luil Imppily thorn is nothing to i-in- niit-li Thu critics who luivo hoon rnitinf- t tin) comluut of Iho txniliii; nnd tnoy worn numorouH, uny now taken rotro.spodivo siiuin lid then coufosa thoy wore wrou; dlthotinm. lleuor.il Khnftor hnn n masterly campaign. Whut 1ms uuomed unolosa deluy wnt inio well spont. 'i'hoso who Tonil was fooling Slmftcr with n rick to gain Hum, tliouiHiilvcd have fooled. With no more sacrifice of life tlmii follownil in tlie lighting For mlvmicoil position at the front, nil Hhaftir IIBH forcoii tho cap. Itulntlon of Urn city and b now in Whether this last blow to fall up- n tbo stupid Spanish tioddlo will bo enough to bring on nu awiilitming of tviitHl, but did m jn'titinn cf M. 11. Ai ibruvkaiiilolhtirs. fur tlio vacs i nf alloy Clay at limn MrLft.i. fr'.m wt tbti alloy south. Thu pol tion nf O. N. Hiviton aud othor tlut n wuioiit Jiidowiilk bo v.ost Mido nvfuuo. from was lu-Uxl upon f.ivnrjbly. and tho ordorod to propim tho TluiiHifitii.il nf H. A. Drew nthi'rd asking u t-twcr bit Klmaud btrixiUt. from Mo- clnuic Htixtit to iliu rivur, re ,-rivM nnd wont ..nl-n-l. Tho bond of (.luurgo Wilhijliii fur Tho resolution douluriaetlw origi- nal plat of Williams' Woodlawu Paik addition v.ius con. firmed, nud 111.. July 1'olnt iliu ruuord of tbt> 1'oorut tnu-k, jtadeby Ituiiijis, frtiu: to With two ruimiu- ;.i, ono of which acuomuuuitx him thu untiro milo nnd thoothoi him :tt thu h.ilf nulo. hi Iu tho reiiiurbablct tiuio i hlow. It is thu evor niiidu by liny 01 tiny truck lit this aoasuii of tb  dsth with mua on the throe twirlur limxl ou ottiiig, uttdwlicit inuiiig wa uintt Now Outlu playow ha Iho ruLbor. ilorr'n hupjMtr as Uid in thu inning iiml tho loudo I'uuld not kifp his dpponunt tlin lull Tln.riMtlu i..y could wilVH effect until t> p. tu. when a five minute schedule will bo observed. This schedule trill be shortened .hould oiicuiuHtouccu detunud it. [juuaU thU uvuiitus Kre reqututed to Uj m tber txxitd not later than S :10 KNOW THTSEFT. ill 'Ills tvoui und th-joo coming uuiliOdS will have lir.stchiiicu. SliJIMOXKl) HOME. will take advantage nf fosUual to commit indulgono nch tliat Some Advertisements! Remind You Of an empty wagon going down hill. The j ighter the load the greater ihe noise. We i are not smarter than other people. C money won't buy goods cheaper than other I jeople's money. People don't buy our foods' -'because we claim 'they're worth iil.J1 toublo what we ask for buy them., on their merits, and they know that at they see in our ads is so. hough as loped. much la dearly to bo STOIIM. FltOJl FIltoT l'AUK-1 it tbo Hist'a swaying niast houd ind a great cheer from a host of American throats swept through lliu squndron from ship to fillip, wbilo answering flow from each vessel in response to tho Now York's ropatltion of tho liist'. tignnl. Kventually tho Hist ran alongside the llagahip anil delivered her dis- patcli. Itcnnbiinnil nncleioil-i, lie- to Admiral Sampson from General Shatter that tho enemy had snrren- i.t Ai.i.tlulwl til Tho pxt'cuttvo committee of tlio Asaociatod Ctiaritio.i mot yuatordny ifti'rnoou und elected H. Jl. Foster nade vacant by tlio rosiguutioi Mrs. Q. E. Bureloj-. Tho commit too also passed a resolution favoring ml will urBO the council tu onnct ich a law nt its next meeting. The leiubora of tlie Associated Cliari- tioa have boon giving tho mattor SjmlMrV.MVlw'tfiln-o'rML.limlMri.'lT'iVti u.lili.l. rtinirk llj rimiili. .1. llgn. The 2 trot, C. won i threo atratyht hoaU. Time, :1'JX- Wilkos Dane, P. W. H., Pilot and Lambert also started. XEWTOS W. AT IIETHOIT.] DETIIOIT, ilicb., July much splitting of heats Newton W. captured tlio pace nt Highland park. Hurry Omor, the Ohio yeld. ing, was in the race nt all eUigos, ho final host boing so closo between ho jui] ulta: Tho that Ilm lict uttoutiou L-bihlroutobo 011 tho streets at nif-ht is boaud to result in harm. The matter was discussed at tho meeting of tho coimnitlcft yostordny nftornoon and Kuvoml of those present recited in- stances coming under their personal notice of children, many of. thorn of good families, fast going to ruin Performance Follows! Promise..... In this store, just as surely as night follows day. No haphazard advertising, but store news faithfully carried out. Our ads faith- fully mirror our merchandise; say Is so, and the people believe in us. A store and public, pulling thus together, are bound to be of mutual benefit to each other. Every department filled with excellent values. Will you 'come and investigate. dored. The admiral Tind not taken pa ac- tive part iu tbe uugotiatiuus, but ho was conanlted freely by Ugnoral Miles and General Sliaftor, nnd un- doubtedly lie -will bo considered in tlio settlement of tho final details of tlio surrender. He declined to i cuss tbo matter further than to press joy at tlie fact that tbo taking oE Santiago wus accomplishoil with- it. further bloodshed and to bat tho terms of tlio capitulation lot to bo rando known for some time. Witliin fivo minntes of tno Hist's arrival tho signal officers ashore br- igmessngos with the wig. wag flag on tliobill top to tlio right ot tbe ravine, in wlilou the rains of Agnndores fort lie. This hill lias been selected as the signal static! telegraphed 1 Admiral Sampson a confirmation of tho surrender. This messago nsnnsntisfncSory tbo Hist's to tbo officers cf tho Beet, who wore. il otlior Ootailn, while tbo wig-vfafrqed iiiessaRoa simply sut forth tho baro statement that tbo surrender of Santiago had iccurred. .Tho Iowa was at onca irdored to steam west to ilorro Castle, ovidonllyboingsontto watcb tbo movements of tho men and tho shoro batteries. General Tornl surrondored in tbo nick of lirao, for bad tbo plans of today's battle been carried out tho city of Santiago would have beei ;orn to pieces before night. The fleet had tbe exact range and iltboiujli tho city wns about oiglil niles away and hidduii by tbo hills iloug tbo coast, Commodoro Schloy said thnt shells could bo dropped in tlio heart of tho town evory two inulert for as long a timons (Ion- al Shatter thought it uccwbsary. Asido from tho work of tlio fleet, seven batteries of artillery woro iu position and so placed that three inch sliolls could have boon hurled into the town from all sides. Tho Spaniards, howctur, bad mado caruf ul preparations and bad oven orectoil banicados In tho streets, ready to fight to the very last. Goncml Sliaftor nnd his officers confidently expected tho American .oss to bo heavy if the attempt had to bo mado to capture tho city by assault, and elaborate hospital m r.mgflinonLs were raailo in imlicipa- [ion of buch occurrunco, a largo number of tonts having bwn oroct- cl at btboney since tho buildings Jhoro woro burned. Lhronjjh lifting permitted to wnndoi about thu streets o'clock at night. W. that i mid tell the res trot- -Oraco Darling Sunte Via.lt. Tlio Curfew Ijiir. Tho following letter is entirely self MADAJI In reply to your nast na to the effects for good or bad in our city of tho curfew hi I can traly say that tha law has been o[ groat voluo. In my judg- ment our citixana aro nil convinced (bnfc this is tnto. At least tlio nity ofiiuers all know it, and iu Greens- burg tho curfew law haa come to itny. Rospeutfully, "C. F. NOUTHERS, Mayor." Tim nity of Ijincoln, Nob., was the first to introduce the law, nnultayor Or aim in reports it a gru.it success. Tho mayor says there was a decrease of 76 per cent, in tlio arroats oi youths; no increase of police was von second, third nnd fourth heats. olln Clark, William C. K., Gertie D., Lain M., and Mona B. nlao started. The a :15 W. won second, sistb nnd eevonth lifiats; time, Harry 3mer won fourth and QCth heats tn Xoud Rboda Farrand won third boat in 2 Miiinoto won first heat in 2 J. D. Kirkwood, Edgar Boss und Diet Vail also started. Tlio trofc- -Major Chow won i straight heats; time, Mountaineer, Valpa, ICnoseiia, Eva 8. and Mindora- u! itarttid. TOLKHO, 0 DAYTON, 1. TON, Ohio, July Tied n now pUchor uud found thnt 10 will not do. The Toledos won easily. The scoro: Toledo........i n o :t i i :t o--u Duyton.......00000000 Bane 0; Toledo, 10. Errors-Dayton. -lj Toledo, a, und Donnhuo; (j and Arthur. Tirno of gamo 0. ND 1IAVIDS, 8 61'UISOKH tlKOHKLU, Ohio, July Poor support for Murlg and tlio lat- tor's wildnosa at critical (iiuos gtivo Grand Itnpldf. tbogamo this after- noon. Urallins made another liomo run. Tlio visitors played u fine fielding gamo. Tho score: (I'd Rapids...2 00 a S 0 S 0 B "Ipritigfiotd...! BOKO Grand Rrtplda, 7. Errow--Springflold, i; Grand liapids, 1. md (JrafflnH; Wayne nnd Colo. 10; VOUKOBTOWK, 5. YOIINOSTOWS, .Ohio, July afiold played md tho ball At 110011 toilaj' owiirred tho if Mm. .la-tiiihiuo Ankttubriick, Of Jifctojih Ankenbruck, the gi Washington Th dixx'usud luid boou allltuhxl viit :nnnh for fou ullmnud to this laiusa i. ItivldosH huaband, Mm. Ai ibruck lOiivtw ono diiiighto wi sons, tho oIJtwt twenty ant uro 11 at ruinpletc, li It will probably hold Moitdi ntug from St. Cnthol of which the ducuiiMod hi i n lifu.long mumbcr. MM. A kunbruck was forty-four yeai dononfour most votimnbltt d MM. Muleti Kllvim, ngod fii yuan, dlwl nt tlw hospital Thuwil twoninK. Holatlvurt liuve bmm not Hod. Tho f unnnil will occur ut 10 in. tomorrow fnim Wollnmn'd u irtJikiiig parlora. Mr.H. Tiggo.i, of Adaitta died ut her homo Thurs- day. Shu (liyhty.two years old Did death was causud by old nyo. isho mudi) hor home In- law, Mr. Kggomau, from which pliico the Euuoral will occur nt 1 o'clock Saturday nf tornooii. nnd at 3 o'clock from St. John's Reformed church, thia city. She leaven HOV- oral grown children. v'DONALD. David Mcnnnnld diod at lib homo five mllos from the city, ou tho Columbia City road, Thursday even- ing. Ho was eighty-sovon yoara ol age und doatli wua duo to tho lufirui< itiosof oldngo. Tho fuuurnl ill occur Buuiliiy nf tor noon nt 2 o'clock from tho rosl- donco, five miles oat on tho Cohim- bla City road. Easy Physic. There is a wrong and n right way to correct constitution. Tilt: wrnnR wny is tlie old-style, pill, which exhausts the stomach. Th.f right way is MON'S iiyERPILLS oN ic PELLETS CROSS PELLENS, 06 Calhoun Street. iforra tho Inw, nncl tbeto was a ducided improvoment in tlio morals of tho young people. Samuel Mclick, chief of police of Lincoln, says: "Teacliorsin public huliools say tlmt into effect boya who foriaorly kept lato liours on the streets at night, and vroro behind in their studies, the curfew law attended regularly, nro mentally frosbur imd better prepared iu their itudios." Throo hundred towns and oiUos bavo passed tbo curfew law and it seems to bo growing in favor ovory- From many places whore it lias been tried there are enthusi- astic praises of its merits. Officials in Omaha, Douvor, Dss Sloines, St. Joseph and other places iroompatioinits prniso. Tho Woman's llelicf Corpa of flu G. A. H., finding it nocecsary to nts of tbo soldier boyg from Fort Wayno ind any of their families that may need assistance, ha-vo arranged with Holmberg Entortninmont com ly, of Chicigo, to give tboir flay illnstnitcd entertainment all of next wook at White's hall, oppositi tho Templo. Tho program om bmcw) nil the loading ovonfa of tho Cuba, Puerto Rico, nnd tho Philip CHILE TO ISSUE MONEY. Crltlj SoAcutu Tlmt Conijreii I'orccdtu Talto VALI'AIUISO, Chile, July inancial crisis grows more acute. Congress nas passed a law authoriz- ing tho president for one year to is- papor monny to tlio extent of to be lounud to banks adequate -guarantee. Twenty million dollars of this loan is issn- ablc at 4 per cant. Tho president ia fnrthfir nnthorizcd to Irorrow to enable him to withdraw the paper money at tho end of four years. David, ileoks and Labr, oE tho Lincoln TO.I company, had a hen ng beforo United States Commis- sioner Logan yesterday on the charge of using tlin mails for im- proper purposes, ileoka andLaur woro released and Davis was com- pelled to givo ?200 bond. Dan Gor- man was held and will be taken to ndinnapolis to await trial. TOMOUUOW AND SATURDAY AT j rain yesterday ;o slippery it was hold it. The umpiring of Warner was tho rankest ovor witnessed hero. The scoro: Mansfield ....10002001 Youugstown. B Base l; Mnna- field, fa. Bntteries--Hoibergnr and Sclirocongost; Holt and Kelluni, NATIONAL I.EAOUE. Chicago, 4 Washington, 3. New York, 12; St. Louis, 5. Now York, St. Louis, 3. Boston, Louisville, 1. Tlnston, 8; Louisville, 7 (twelvi Philadelphia, 1; Cleveland, 0. Cincinnati, G; Baltimore, Brooklyn, 4; Pittsbarg, 1. Indianapolis, G; St. Paul, 3. Colainbus, ia; Minneapolis, 2. Detroit, 1; Kansas City, 7. Milwnukeo. Joseph, 1. DDllll'Q HHUN S T Tho comuiitteo on street fair nud carnival met last night and dis- ssoJ some of tho arrangements r tho proposed celebration. J, F. Klein wna present and ronowod his imposition to pat on tho congress itious. A Knb-committen on tho _ross was appointed, ns follows: F. B. Reuss, Ban Lohman, W. F. jmetor, R. B. Roasington nnd Joun P. Doagall. William Moyor, T. N. toncb and A. Rflndall ware added to tho general committed. This afternoon tlio general soliciting committoo is holding a uisoting at tlio headquarters of tho fnirnndor-, mining for business. Thoy will ran visit those business iuen nnd citizens who have failed to subscribe and liopo to renllzo enough money to iiuiko tho fair a big success, J. K. KOM, W. F. Geller and Frank Sclnvietors woie tiamod as a bakers' of His tienl Ortana, rni elimie of CURE iililntiBob- ;t. by tuail, For OroM A Culhuuu St. THE MARKETS. If Cincinnati keeps up the show ing alio is making in tho cast, tho int will be easily ivon by tbo SKIN I olMlnilD Loeiui, all I S sffiCMV i IHEISKELL'S OINTMENT.! J Tl.tillnii uwlfl rlrar. nnontli, ajit 1 bfelilij, ttaJ la M 1.jr HIE UK of IHE'SKELL'SSPAP.! WAST iull E. Soulii.n A'. VACATION To tho Seashore at It educed Kates. bnrber IrnJc. eH '.Write lor prrl.l of tools ultd Mrh I'diiOftni pinrantl 'laclmlly uu'flipj-nsn ipirn L'ltalc ren. Mplcr IjaiLBrfVillrefl. s Reos. Mans t News: "Brodie's THE BELL. pinua, well ab picture? of Dowoy, Schloy and Hobson, Ucn- ornls Miles. .Shatter and La-vvton, Roys' working shirts, 2Io. Boys' laundriodwhitoliodyEhuU, 44c. Boys' cogligoo shirts, 4-io. Boys' whlto unlaundriod shirts, Boys' wliito biundried Miirts, 47c. Hoys' colored Inundried shirts, colliini att-acliod, -He. lien's working shirty, 2-Jo. MOD'a working Bhirts, black and white kind, '.fits. Won's working shirts, 37c. 50c Moil's working shirts, 38o. Men's negligee shirts, collars at- tached, -Jic. Men 'a negligee shirts, with 1 pair detachable ciiffn, 4Jlc. Men'B negligee shirts, with lay down collars, SOc. GOc men's anlanudriod -whito c, uTilnnndrtod wUUe renge was timely and complete. ?orliaps Yonngatowu people -will bo ,ble to see sonin good in him and Inter-State players woro much in evidence ia that 1 to 0 gnmo yester- day. Origor caught for Cleveland, Piutt twirled for Philadelphia and Flick mado tbe two-bagger that sent the only run over tbo rubber. Youngatown Telcyram: "Chnrloy Babb was the only Hoosior able to find Knepper'e Charley Babb is the moatiiioKt indi- vidual Hint ovorbnpponed, bnt there is no denying (ho fact that ho is every inch a liall player." OPENING NIGHT. i lltilic-iicJTlili Kitjilur- This is the opening night at Rpb- ison park theater. For tho accom- modation of ftio of tho lino, CIIIOAOO, July Aug., Reyt., C7 )ec., Corn July, Sept., 23Xf; Sept., Sept., Sept., Uot., 15.72; Bee., 15.70; Sept., G.73; Oct., No. 3, July, 30XC; Oct., ranged at tlio WabJsh ticket offlco. Tiokete furnished, state rooms re- served and bnggago ehookod throngli. Only 8U.80 to Maokinao Island and return via D. C. line. 12-St. of Santiago and CASTORIA For Infauti and Children. ntln, bouibard and over fifty of tho Out) Hundred and Fifty-eovontb Indiana- Volun- tier5, inclading the companies front Fort Wnyno. In addition to this Mooring vltascopo pictures will bo shown, an-1 patriotic and popular songs will bo sung nnd illustrated. A brief dwcriptivo Icdnre nccora- pnnics tho war views. Tiio com- pnny is highly endowed by tlm proiS of other cltlos. There fa no 75c B laundriad whito shirte, 4SC. ?1 00 men'sIttundriod whito shirts 'ic. 11.50 mon'a laundriod whito shirts, USc. TIIF, BELU IK Calhoun tit. Open Saturday night nniil 11 j i. Ilt2 Evory Sunday via Walrash nnd Sloamcr. For (all telo- vhoso nui ID i glit will Ito ly augmented, there will boa special service commencing at 6 o'clock, from which hoar a car will bo run every three minntej, thus greatly facilitating going to and returning from tUo park. To those who fulled to receive invitations tha manage. mnnt dcsiroa to coy thnt no more In- vitations wore issued than there arc snats iu tbo bouso, nnd as it h nob likely (hat every recipient of an i: vltntlon will attend, there vrlll bo no difficulty in providing accomtno- dntions for nil iriends of tho park who will present tbemsolves. Commencing tomorrow cars will loavo tbo transfer station every twolvo minotai doring the forenoon instead of ovory JJour na tho present dclioOolo is nrrangcd. The twclvo minute echcdule will iii 914..10 Bonud 'IVip Frt "Wttyue. Choice of Ten Popular Kc A DeUghtfuUIldsiiimner Outliii liy the Sea. 14 UlflGuK ST., Tuesday, July 10th and Wedna. day, August 10th, have been fixe tlio dates for this soaBon's generi excursions to tlio Beashoro ovor th Pennsylvania lines. On thoso date round trip tickets to ten of the mo popular summer havens along tl Atlantic Coast will bo sold. Tb rato will be from Fort Wayn ongors may visit oillior Atlanl City, Cftpo May, Anglesea, Avalo Holly Beach, Ocean City, Hea Is City, Wililwood, Now Jersey, Roh both, Del., or Ocean City, Md. Excursion tickets lo good turning eleven days, including da of Bale. Train arrangements will o a bio excursionists togo through wil it any discomfort. Sleeping ca nuingthroughPlitlacIolphiatoA laniio Cily without change via Dol Kivot Bridge Eoato will bo eluded in tho through car nrmng incnts for these excursions, wbi will exceptional facilities for delightful midsummer outing tho For spccwil Information abo tfmo of trains and other details, ai for ilebcrlptive inattor tho ton i sorts to which tickets will bo list of hotels at each, please nddrcw Jno. B. Uoss, tickot HI Fort Wayno. Ind. July S-ll-iS-lR-lT-Aug 8 nf tin Maiden Bilfert o h.vo L.J Biimrl- in CBDTU boll. Ckll at ton Imildina. Blf jTAKTRLI-Hrnfipod oruor FOR RENT. i, trith bo.rd- o it huusok aw, 79 U wodoiti TfOU.KEST-A ckii forar.bad front room, i-1 unntlotiitti, or Ismnutndnifo. Boirilcnu In p   

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