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   Fort Wayne Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               I C. J. WELKER. Lilock. 118 Calhoun Street. I A MA1CHLHSS SALE" Ou' {jrcat cut price sale began Tuesday morning, !2th and conn.- u.i, until August 1st. Values rind cose in many l-noa of goods will not be civ-.', we must make room for new rail Bciow m--n, ion on iy a few of the many good things ,ou wilt f ind here at prices a little lower than anywhere else. 1WJ Department, Men's Shirts. dn'ilr li in'k it U1 I fa-it fan i V.I m. i i Idrou's J' r d A pair All l.i lies' r.nd i 3V U'teM .it liV a ji 3 (tiMi ladit'4 1 _( iluk Hrt-j v t pair Liduis jut ihildrnu s ir im'H socks all at eoet Underwear. 1 llic d vest ii'fl Lidos' xMir'n i 1 and mi i Vi u' lit Mun's uudoi t' ir _' Men s !tt --.In t-. i' i Corsets, Belts, Tics, etc. l': Aim i 's, All MI, i >r-t- it r g 1.3 111 -..'11 I'1- ll I Al! i i 1 .1 t I'll riMio! it ut j Shirt Waists, r atli li All cilicxy, XMitHts rid white at lUo. waists, worth ti 4 Ladies' lawn -wrappers il ch'ldreu n liatf, biiby bonnet's nil at cost iliv  li'it ni I'ltirg I'anni'K, tn'vt'K I'll mnltnmlt IM WV A. K HACK IS IT FRIDAY, JULY knOtt'h tlut satin of pliil i phv that the coon had learned j I1'Blanco H b'lr-tiutj '-iro to ilie for courti v linn t i Spun and Inni-i It   set out to prove by diagram- nnd rows of figures that he i- to tho 'middle of the road I ncle Saul not played this sort of chfcss so much as Germany, but he know- how and when to checkmate Watch him appears to be a and discnminating gentleman. THE Spanish commander at San- tiago is no porker. He knows when he's got enough and he had plenty. LET the government stick to the original proposition and return the Spaniards to Spam America lias no need of them. IT is not at an probable that dau- nts! Total ever beard the btory of Davy Crockett and the coon, bat he IT in I'noi'OsFn to ilovote one during tho forthcoming street fair I to a carnival of merrymaking tenet after tho fashion of the Slardi (ira< festivals givem in New Orleans- St j Lotus, Kansas City, and othor ities i The city is to he turned over to the masquers and revelry w to reign This is all very well, bnt the commit- t'-es having charge of the fair I should recollect that different peo pie will hold different notions i to what constitutes f uu No one should be restricted m tho itnoy. mont of any proper and legitimate pleasure, but thero are those ill take advantage of such a festival to commit indulgences that Some Advertisements 1 I Of an empty wagon going down hill. The lighter the load the greater the noise. We are not smarter than other people. Our money won't buy goods cheaper than other people's money. People don't buy our goods because we claim they're worth double what we ask for them--they buy them on their merits, and they know that what they see in our ads is so. 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; u hat c say }s 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. I11 "ig nt the KiniH tr i eati r i nver m i TH Cuba brokim tlio i 'ietn" I h.s righn1 1 i'i i nr on, the uf i'ir b-'i line-. in r.evt jnd a'id h.ippily there nothin, bir'i" MI  K t duty, tinii rc i and pi v ere nrdur Thn bond of I Wilhi'lm for rel ix'ing ,1 sidmx in .MS appi >vt d '111 ro- i.'iti i 1 difl irl'U''lm orlg! plat M i'iis Wooiliawn firmed, ir 1 the b fdthou 1 the six. ii. 1 ]i! submitted for rc- r i'i i si-i 1 1 p fn' the fu- until on An an'1 jiaiLjn, and run" nov, t.ilic a .iT'd then Confers they wyre wrong nil ti.e. e li'is riLinaged d m uteri v ca'npayi What h.T- Denied uscioss delay un- tltno s-jient whothought mimw.ii., In ,.ppr nel and i the Toral fooling M.aftfr trif k to gam tnnp. thoiiL-nlvM have lieen foolod With no mjre of life than followed m tho fighting for advanced position at tho front, General Shaffer forcoil the cap itulation of tho city and is now in Whether last blow to fall tip- oa tLo stupid hpar.i-jh noJdlo will bo Oiiough to bring on au iwul emng of common may be doubted, though a- much is dearly to be hoped ESCAPEirTHE STOKM. l ilVTIVll 1> 1'K.r iwgmoer ornen 111 pro- .ill.- on t'lu we-1 silo of Wit frotii Mtnmee avenue to thd ntjht of Elu.tnl iyidrt i- ordered to re- moMi iibstmctions from the foot alii Ixttweon Mam and Berry strfu't- Irom (.ilhouu -troot to the alley Thw concluded tho hu-inc'.s of the ovOning and the board a WANT A CURFEW LAW. 1-i.MiillM mil (il Clmr- III, Till K 'nil T1 r-M'cu'ivn t'ommlttep of tho A-sut ate 1 th'intius mot vcstordav nftorn joii and oloctotl s M to tho position on the committee unde vacant by thn resignation of Mrs G K Bun-ley The commit- teu ,Uso pa'-'vtd a rtoolunoc f ivuring the, p I'-sdgi) of a curfew ormnnEen and uigii tlie coutcil to en.ut suih a law at its next meeting The at tho ili-t's swaying mas-t head and a great cheer from a host of j members of the Asi'icuted Chan- Amencin throjits swept through j h ive lieen gning tho matter thu squadron from s-h.p to ship, whilo answering psnnsmU Hew to attentiou and tiuit thn hcenso gncn cl.ildreii to be each vessel m response to tho on thu streets at is bound to in harm Tho matter was di-tussed at the meetini; of the to the success ofthoun dertaktng, esjutcially in Mew of the thy object tor which it is> given STAR 1'OINTKK. I liuinpioii Tr.tM'l- an luliitiiMi Mile in 1-1. r i-ir-l Miulr i.y I In the Sr tmtn I'l .ix 1U .luh r. -v.ir 1'otat i r red tile uf tlia I'lXiru inlle In.ide by fn In i M J mitt's, d1 ti of which ii (.omtiatiiud hi'ii tlm i ntne null1 the othor i iti Ling him it tho half mile, he the retiurkablo. tune on it t! ll n. 11 Sl )W It 1- t'le b'Kt nl OM r te tdu by hor-e ,111 a'iv traik at this -ei-oii if the ir B thou-and peoplo were on grounds and ch. Mi Clary ml the handsome, lui thtn- .imn duwn the stretcu Tl.rtH  between him and Newton W, that none but the judges could tell the result Re- sults The 2 40 Graca Darling won second, third and fourth heats NEW (CASTLE WON. Fort Wa> ut's Had One Itml th.it AYtks III Mllltll 4 llulllr lint Irt 411.1 Nillf Ihx 1 lilr Kuu Mitllril lllf iilliM roHHt il 1 nit Its tiiNl garni' "1 fa -orn s at -Nwiv I Mister 'nl MIMT.I ill ami e >n liueil to hi- rnoin, lln fe.iv t- o Jin pt'llei! t i HO IN bind tl y lint h ill w.u- oppu-iiig h'- ml mate in tlio Imx and did t.tlrlj woll until tho li th innuiL', with tho M ore a tie lie wa- t tknn ill ami h.ui to re lire ('larcncit 'smith I'lcn'odwl him and in the with mmi on i tin1 tbryy twirlei linod out a homo run 'linn startis] some run gi'ttmir ar.d when thti was ndfd nine New Cattle had tlm rulibyr Herr'- -nji.iort w is in tin- mul t'n i 4 t" ru tlm In i '1 t'ii v p'd i -oho h'- 1'u'ix effect until p. m. when a five nimnte schedule will ue observed. This schedule will be shortened should circ demand it dnests this tneuiDjs are requested to be in ther seats nut later than s :10 as tlm iierformauco will commence prvinpth at 1- Tht  signal station, and from there was telegiaphed tj A Iminl '-.'np-oi I'onflriiiati ill 'if tho si.rrenler is un-ati-f i f r7.i-.vas tup s to tbc Oil, r- fleet, i iinviou- t i ki. i terms ot tba snrren en I O'hor d 't.t.ls whiln 1iui Siltnply but forth llio statement that the surrender of Santngo had committw afternoon and those present recited m- at inces coming under thoir personal Jiotii 6 of children, many of them of luonlia-i, fast to rum through bemj; permitted to wander about the streets until a or 10 o clock at night Stinif. (Miti. Til The CurfaW LkW The following letter is entirely -elf explanatory I M hi KII Unu-l i.rn i hr. In' replv to your as to the effects for good or Time, 2 24' Start elU won first heat in 2 2.> Clark, William C K Gertie D Lnln M and Mona B. also started. The 2 13 Newton W. won second, sixth and seventh heats time, 2 2 2 Harry Omer won fourth and fifth heata in 2 and 2 Rhoda Farrand won third heat in 2 11 Mmneto won first heat in 2 10J4'. J. D. Kirkwood, Edgar Ross and Dick Vail also started The 2 23 Major Chew won in straight heats, time, 2 2 Mountaineer, Valpa, K'noxenn, Eva S and Mindoro also started CHILE TO ISSUE MONEY. bad in our citv of tho curfew law, I Timt Conemw T can truly that thn law has bcnn of great valuo In my jnilg mnnt our arc all convinced that tin- is true At loast the city CM all '.now it, and in toned to Tuke x.lloii. Chile, July ir> hnancial crisis grows more acute Congress has passed a law ing the president for one year to is the curfew law has come to j sue paper money to the extent of stay. Respectfully, "C F Nm.TllKNX, Mayor The city of Lincoln, was the f.r f tomtroducetholiiw, and Mayor (trail un reports it n great success, The mavor unys then- was a decrease to be loaned to batiks on adequate guarantee Twenty million dollars of this loan is isnu- able at 4 per cent. The president is farther to borrow i if to enable him ordered to stontn t t Morro Castle, evidently being sont to -natch the movements of tho men and tbo shore batteries Toral surrendorcd m tl-e nir k of for had the plans nf tmlav's battln been earned out tho city of Sant'ago would been t irti to Ix-f ire 'J l.t ha 1 ti.B 6itii' Kinge and flltl ough the ntv was nhout night mill aw.iv an 1 hidden tl o hills TUiiii; the fua-' l on.mofloro siiid Mm' shell- r ild dropped in tlir> 1 eart   if d to enfon law, and there a decide 1 Improvement m the morals of thn vuuns; people Siniuel Mohck, chief of police of LiiitMln, -av5 "Teachers in public -i 'inols say that since tho law int'1 eftpct boy- who formerly kept Into hours on the at night, and were behind m their studies, under the eurfew law attended school regularlv, are mentally fresher and better prepared in their stumps Throo hundred towns and cities have passed the eurfew law and it seems to be growing m favor every- where From many places where it has Ix-en tried thore are enthuii- astir praises of its muriN (Jlli m Omaha, Ouiiver, Iws Momes, St and other places am cmpatic in its praise KH'okTEI: W C 1 t The Woman s Kdief of the I H A K finding it to lth.it tnno boycfroii, Kurt Wayno that may d ,Mtii b- hurled i anv of tnlMr' int thetowi.fr -i. all-nl'-s I Vlie Spaniari'  1'isn t'i Im lion v if thn attempt bad to le tn oiiiture the utv by nnd hospital or- m ide in antinpa I1 m of-nch an ornirrenie, a n rn HT of ten's having erect e 1 nt l-ilionev since tbrt buildings t lei'n burned CASTORIA For and Children IKI finding events of tho vinws m ii o, .mil tlio I'lnlip  t ll I I Mil 'ui I i I rir tl i i' h II r- Ili-ir Bi no .1 TOLFIlO, 9, t) 1 Ohio, July tried a now pitcher and found that he will not do The Toledo-, won easily The wore Toledo i n o i i .i o 9 Dayton 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 Bace Dayton, h Toledo, 10 Dayton, I, Toledo, o Bishop and Donahue, EWIIJI; and Arthur Time of gamo 1 .iO Lally. P. UMIis, h, SI'Hni.KlELH, Ii preeg of other citios There la no phone No Steamer For particulars fill IL'18 Ohio, July Poor support for Marig and the hit ter's at critical timoa tfava (irand Rapids the game this after- noon (trailing made another home run. The visitors played a fine fielding game Tho score Rapids .a hpnngfield Springfield, li1 (trand Rapids, 7 bpnngfield, 4 Grand Rapids, 1. Batteries Jiang and Grafllus Wayne and Keefe. M VSfPlfil.to, 10, 5 Oi MMOWS, Ohio, Jnly Youngatown and Slansfbld played in the ram yesterday and the was so Uippery it Was impossible to hold it The umpiring of Warner was the rankest ovor witnessed here The score Mansfield iooo a ooi 10 Yonngstown 01000000 5 Base Youngstown, 1 Mans- field, and Schrecongost Belt and Kellum. SAT1OSAL Chicago, 4 Wa.shington, 3. New York, ht. Xew ork, St Louw, 'A Boston, I) Louisville, 1 Boston, Louisville, 7 'twelve innings') Philadelphia, 1 Clov eland, 0 Cincinnati, 5 Baltimore, 1 (twelve Brooklyn, 4 Pittsbnrg, 1 LEUJLE Indianapolw, fi St Paul, 1, Columbus 1.'. Minneapolis, y Detroit, 1 Kansas City, 7 Milwaukee St .loseph, 1 NOTES. If Cincinnati keeps up the show- ing she w making m tho fast, the pennent will be easily won hy the Reds Mansfield News "Brodie si re- venge was timely and complete Perhaps Youngstown people will be able to see some good in him and Ziuratn some day Inter State players were much in evidence in that 1 to 0 game yester- day Cnger caught for Cleveland, Piatt twirled for Philadelphia and Flick made the two baggor that gent the only run over tho rubber, Youngstowa Tolftgram "Charley Babb was the only Hoosior able to find Knepper's curves Charley Babb w the monthiest indi vidual that ever happened, bnt there is no (U'nving tho fact that he is inch a liall player OPENING NIGHT. Tin 1'ai-k Thramr to Formally llfdirated ThU KveniDR. This H the opnnmg night at Rob- ison park theater For the accom- modation of thn patrons of the line, whoso numbor tonight will be large h' augmented, there will bea special service commencing at 6 o'clock, from which hour a oar will be run ttvprr ttirpB minntw, thus greatly facilitating going to and returning from the To those who failed to room TO invitations the manage- ment desires to say that no more in- were issued thati there are in tho house, and as it is not likely that every recipient of an in- vitatio.i will attend, there will be no difficulty in providing accommo dations for all irionds of the park who will present themselvea. Commencing tomorrow cars will the transfer station every twelve minaten during the forenoon mst-wid of erery hour as the present mihodnte u arranged The twulte minute BChadote will in tl f nldiwt twenty ftuJ i '-iv: vo IH funeral imM firn not i jinpli-tc, but it IKI hpld Mondny trolu St (Altlwlic church, of him the docenwd lim a life lonu' nieinlier Mr-< An fortv fcur olt1 and o'ui nf our citi v fljjcd fifty dittl nt tho hiKjnUil Thursday tivtinnif; IMatiws hiive betin noti fii'tl Thn fniiPrnl will ofMir nt 10 a in torn from un pirbrt, TKIIiKh Mrs (.'atharmo nf Adam1 towtislnp, ilifttl at her liomo Thurs dav She was eighty two vfliin  which exhausts the stomach. GROSS PELLENS, 96 Calhoun Street. '6 'OR F.I1HEB BEX. O Thin remedy belny llJotltJ dlrartlr to the IhoM 6f the Grnlto-I'rlnmrj OrjaBu, reanlrea no chance ot diet. Cure In 1 to 3 Mald only by DT 4 04 CMlhi.an St. SKIN ISEASES Birl for up tMun Itti ji nurse giri iruat sleep at homo. Tt Hit H) Iminps for W boys and inrli i .ill at the Urplmi, 8 Home tr Al'ANTEl) X glfl fur eciioral 1 slroel l.lti lot for fan- 1 urse and phaeton InqniH m Andl. tor Oftce Utf or Iliroo niqms down itain, Addrwa fr in m--r( iirt- 1 luiuiUili> W-UH- cutt-d bv '1 HEISKELL'S OINTMENT. I ctar and S ut TbAslln Is f HEISKELL'S SOAP. I E It ta M comMhfKl with S S md h r rn thuit tnd I 1 f IJ "y V i JOHSdrilN. A V i 10 i 431 kt, 1-4IID. i A VACATION TRIP To the Seashore at Reduced Itates. Bound Trip From Fort Wayne. Choice of Ten Popular Re- A Delightful MldMUintuer Onting by tlie Sen, Huumsr, TaosOsy, July 19th and Wednes- day, August 10th, have been fixed as the dates for this season's general excursions to the Beaahore over the Pennsylvania- lines. >n those dates round trip tickets to ten of the most popular .summer havens along the Atlantic Coaat win he sold. The rate will be from Fort Wayne Paosenpflra may visit either Atlantic City, Cupo May, Anglesea, Avalon, Holly Ben oh, City, Sea Isle Citr, Wildwood, New Jersey, Keho- both, Del., or Ocean City, Md. Excursion ticketa will Le good re- turning eleven days, including date of sale. Train arranRements will en- able excnrniottlsta to go through with out any discomfort Sleeping cars running through Philadelphia to At- lantic City without change via Dela- ware River Bridge Route will be in- clnded m the through car for thwo eicur.sionsi, which will offer exceptional facilities for a delightful midsummer onting by the sea. For special information about time of trains and other and for descriptive matter the ten re- sorts to which tickets will be sold, list of hotels at each, etc., plcue addrew .Tno. E, Ross, ticket agent, Fort Wayne. Ind. July 8 ll-13-lB-17-Auf 2-4 8 I olDcp, TOO la Uomnr moaw oh flnt Bnt SOOB i ireaae, npctftln. 7tf olm have bid eireiv In pamtinff im CADTad In oil, Cul it Maiden Lan0, bnildinf 9tr POB 8ALE-A vprj riMiraUft mldimn lot r un Sotrtli Wi-Mler rtrent, oflmtite Wil- [IIIBH jtniit. hrnnldciienp Apply to llr. J Viunne lOVVest 14U lis gpod dfDMmiiKer, i enttiDK street coruer r Men to ham birbcr trade Onrf night lot our nwial July tlta, of tools pre- nl. d student rnutkuxi 1'raclicall) DO eipcnio to free Chicago. _ KKNT-lue rooms iirit floor, In. quirn a East Superinr St tbia ot- RA'iT OTer Host Wains Inijuire at _ ,4 'root room, fiist B (fotid bam, it 82 Bnckia- FnOft BEXT Nfw house mtuJirn improve- mean niim mims Inquire at H7 "H-iunirton yOH RfcNT Niw, bright light office rooam, 1 Ihwr i Calln.un. Innnira at room i, nrcadc, fecund Door front. jot.S r toodj, Boom 3. Arcade, nptttln, oah Rnt ITOBKrXT furnished Moms, wilh rwinl, girald 1 ..n-g. aVSeat ft mhlnitton St 16-lm EfcSI-Lariri' IIIM.IJ papered and 1 paiplwl (twiil tor oflice In- i] nn1 Ht tho L nion 1'acitli' lea Co IKi Calhonn Strut. Nn children dpurtd. Call it S'o, 172 Hnfatii ___ UOft RKNr-Two romi.hedlili i Ji J1 ho of 19 n Jeltenwr bnck a.. 1 (mfiith ttreot eight roomt, all mndem iDqaln   havo tjiti, E< MUont, riximx chain rwtrr. rruckirj rtf .hadm and aereoni; MTONrmPwUdh mutdiw Hint-tin... hoard ni-nrhr nt wwk. Kadi room will ac- four ot rmim por ii'i'lt, Dailj livtiircn eoncert" and other en. tr-fiiiiim i.Nfrfr tali N. Pouter, furailiin) u Htf JfOB bwvr work out oluotbia rond, Efarnfr Hwmrt ______________________________liU tttitwm irti. 1 tapwtry wwred parlor nut, BrwMlH flftrpMa, oda Merely, in' bMtinf ttore China baagMt all (art for ukcbHii. at mm t neeood torn IMI LOST. A nd I i Barr i   

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