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   Sunday Gazette, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               i 12 PAGES, THE SUNDAY GAZETTE. VOL. XXXVL. NO. M) FORT WAYNE, 1ND.. SUNDAY HOMING. MAY 15, 1B98. PEICE FIVE CENTS THE WEATHER.' WASHINGTON, 0., May Indiana: Showers, easterly winds. Admiral Sampson Touched _ Hkt Bfe VB have at last received our third invoice, of tllOBO handsome and stylisb I Scarfs The P'Ladye (Babbye" at Puerta Plata. THE ASCOTT PUFF and iiow stow (Item, in every color imaginable. Also TYiUi Colored Pipings, a new Idea Just out Don't fail to look at our assort- ment. Prices, 25 and 50 cents. Short Telegraph Stories. Navy Depardment Also Learns of Location of Enemy's Fleet, But Fears He Has Slipped Past Sampson Bound for Cuba and Friendly Base of Supplies. Our Boys Leave Camp Mount. SILKS ARE ALWAYS PRETTY Prettier this Season than Ever AND We Have The Silks. AND C-S.N SHOW YOU SOME OF THE PRETTIEST SILKS.EVER'LAND ED IWOAUTIES WE THOUGHT COULD NOT DE MATCHED, SOME TIME ABO, LOOK COMMON ALONGSIDE OF THESE NEW ABHIVALS.. Now Printed Indian, Chinas and Foulards, just tho .turn mer dress, 50c GOc and up to ?1.00 a yard. Black of Fancies in now designs 58o, op to ?1.50 a yard. Fancy Waist Bilks Swell styles, plaids, stripes and handsome fancy patterns, from 35e on to a yard. These arc all open at counter ready for selling. Pretty New fash Stuffs, Spaniards Had Advantage of Friendly Wires and Steered South To- ward Venezuela, Touching at Curacoa-Their Course Re- lieves Danger to the Oregon, Which is Heading to Join Sampson-Blockaders id be Warned. Old Third Regiment and Battery E, Being First to Be Ready for Mustering, Are First to Be Ordered to Chickamauga- Will March Through Crowded Streets to the Station. I has discovered that character can be I read'from tbo foot. It lias also neon Scovered that a foot correctly fitted I' with .1 neat hoot will improve tbo cbar- acter of. the wearer. All footwear that comes from the Hooslor Shoo Storr, are suro to Improve the character of tho wearer. 0, B- FITCH, 35 Calhoun Street. ItbTABUJDIir.l' loiu. -_-..- TROY STEAM LAUNDRY WE DO U Oat W1ROHB will tu "y.pfttt ot the City F. U JCTh'KB A CO.. Prop'rB. REFRIGERATORS. A. J. ASH has got his new le of Alaska Refrigerators on his floor. They are beauties, all solid hard wood, highly finished. His prices are so low that every- body, it would seem, could have one. Do not fail to see his stock when looking for Refriger- ators, Water Coolers, Ice Cream Freezers and Gas Hot Plates at H. J. ASH'S RELIABLE STOVE HOUSE. at Popular Prices. OKI' TO THE RESCUE. KEY WL'ST, Ha., -May V. S. Minphip Uncas, Ciiplain llraiimnl, left iieie hist night fur Cuba.to rescue two American captured hy the Fii- day Correspondent Knight, of Ilio Lon- don Times, i.iiibuai.1 the Uncn., ami the j plan is lo send liim ashore nnilor n flng of i mill nesottnlo for Hie ntrvciiilcr ol Ihc piisui.eis in cxi-hnnge. for two Spanish aptivc.i token on one of (In. prizes. The Americans dirtied over oy the dis- patch boat Friday ami were sent ashore n small iKial, effecting a landing near Maricl. An (be siball boat iipproacbed land there win no sign of Hie .ud.oic. nnd ihcy thought the men wore safe. OK- I patches ycstcnlay told o! tho capture of j the men liy Spanish uihlicrs almost inline- dinlcly af'lcr (heir landing and o[ llici. mprieonmcnl in Fort Cabanas in SAMPSON NEARER HAVANA. WASHINGTON, D. C., May a ate hour to-night the ofllciala ot the Navy Department stated they bad re-1 ceived no Information'. of -Ailmiral i Sampson'B fleet beyond its arrival at j Porto Plata. Porto Plato is small i seaport on tho north Dominican coast. Hie French line cable runs through this point and also .runs down lo Curacoa where Ihc Spaniards were sight-Hi. Admiral Sampson will prob- ably put In at Catit HayUcii; and from there tho first official report from him is expected. From Curacoa to Porto I'lafa is on .a straight line a distance of alMUt 600 mllOB, Ihough going Ihrough Hie Mona Passage and circling around the central part of tlie north Dominican coast lo Porto Plata would probahly-bo.abo.it 'This indicates the stretch separating thd two Heels. Siiico: last heard from Admiral Sampson covered a distance of between 250 and 300 miles. From I'orlo Plaf! "0 Havana, in which direc- ion Admiral Sampson is now going, is THO miles. The Spanish fleet is now, approximately, based on a straight lino calculation, about miles from Havana and to reach which, she would have to no through the Windward 'ossaeo and risk "a battlis will. Samp- on's fleet. TRAX'SI'Ollf.VJ'ION. CIIIOAGO. 111., .May i-r General Jones In-.luy assigned trails- Hirtation lo Hie following list of ciim- iianils for Cliickaninuga, nil moving to light: Cavalry, Pcnnsylvn- liT, Line; First Infantry. Big Four; Se.-- ind Regiment, P.mnsvlviuiia Line; Third icgiment, Ilig Four; Fourth Rogimonl, .llimoro Oilio; four batteries, Big Kegiinent, IVnnsylva- ..a Lino; l.'iBtli, Cincinnati, Hamilton d Jnylnn; latlHi, Big Four; llattcrj d -23th Battery, rcnnsylvnnia Line. SENATOR HAXNA'S OPINIONS. HLF.V INLAND'. 0., May llaiinii arrived hcic In-day from Wash lo spend Sunday at IIOMN-. Hi b.iid tlie war lax bill woobl not pass as i! ow stands. The Ilig nsUt will he over Hi. nnd feature, he u.M, but be thinks thai will pan the Scnalc. Tin- l.mnngo. la- bo cut out, as that was a pcrio.ls mis iikc. The advanced lax nn t.iba.To wi! f agreed lo ami llic (Minns will c siinicwlint enlarged. RKL1KF FOR DKWKY. SAN.F11AXCISCO, Cal., May onilFor Cln.ilcst.ni, it is announced at the vv ollicc. will leave rally In-mnmm- .....r'niiiK (or Manila nml will occupy 21! ilays ill milking the trip. Slic will e-iiTy Rildioifi and marines lo reinforce Dew- i-y'H licet. H is uiioflicinlly stated that tiie City of Pekiu will slart. Thursday, C.. ilay 14.- lleiinite oHlciul info.maliun reached Ihc au- lliorilics here this nflcrnoon that the Splilii.li bad sighted olt the Nnml of C.llliBia, one of Ik- Dutch Welt Indies lying oil' ll.u ooitli coast of i-Kilrlii. H as nf vil'al imporlaiicc as it not only .feed the enemy, bill Ihe pu Hampmns licet and make Mb Thf Island ol Cuiacoa. was anls of lliongh it is of tlie Spnnish iidmiiiil to elude Admiral ny tlirouyh .Ihc Caribbean lo Cilbii. niilly Siiiinish. and pnniileil mainly by desccnd- llic Hutch iioFScsiious. The ailmir- ul's course is ids., inlluenccd by ll.e fact that llic French cable .lui-linc. from Car- lonciics nl llic Island of Curacon, and llicncc piuuocds norllnvard thrnngli llic Caribbean son to Ilayli, with spurs running cart mid west to Porto and Cllhll, respectively, lie is llili: enable lo jot in loucli from Ciniicoa wiili llic Spanish anlliorilics ill Cuba and Poi lo Ilico and through them dlreell.i llic Sponish aOmii-nlly at llndrid. Sjiccial lo tlic Gaw-tic: INDIAXAPOLIS. llld.. Hay old Third Itcginn-nt, Colonel Stlldehakc of hioillli will leiu Camp Mounl for Ciiickamalifja lo-lilon-0 Wayne. The lliron Xo immcdialc balllc with Admiiiil Sampson's uecl is now csiiccted, llic. Spun- iaijK may have succeeded in passing the South American ilccl and now may well lo the westward nl il. As the enemy was in icach nf the cable, the Nnvy Hc- partmcnt resards it a, of vital concern that the cMicl whcrealHiiils ol the American ships should not be made known during the days.-. The depart- ment felt liiiiulicappc'd by, the (act thal.tbc Spniiisli admilal-hncw Ibe Wimalmnlf of onr ivbile we were in a slate of doubt as.io' the locality ot his ships. .The department is informed as lo 'the whcrcabonls-of .Ailinir.il Sa.npson's sqiilulron, bill .Ion any The same rigid silence prevails as lo llic where- abouts and destination of Commodore Scliley's Hying S.il.ndron. The manoeuvre of lilc Spanish licet azures tin- safely of the Oic-gn, She is procccdili" from Ihc nortll coast of South America In join Admiral Saini son's licet now at Pncrln Phila, on Ihc ni.rlli (here ol Snnli, Domingo. -Had tho Tbo very latest, novelties tor SuitB at tlS.OO. f20'01''. to Trousers made to onlcr from t( Please call nnd examine our line be lore leaving your order. been serious danger thai the Oregon nay of llic Spaniards so long as slir the cily strccls, starling from U II the fair grounds- al 1 o'clock, anil wi probably board the irains on tbo Pennsy vaniii, which will lake Ibe.n soiilh alKJI -I o'clock at the Union sUitiou. Tbo ol Second and Fourth liegjments and Hal lery A will leave .Monday noon, going b way of Cinciuiuili. Tlic old Fi.nl Keg nil-lit lo-dny received orders to remain n Camp Mount unlil further orders floi i; llic War Dcpartnicnl. Food and supplii arc plenty and Hid lian.sport.itoon a iged for is tonmiodions enough ty a fold a comfortable liip lo Camp Ueol't 'i'linmas at Chicknniaugn. It Is only (air to say for (Joverno Mount that the report sent out by tl Associated Press lo the effect that h had refused to givo commissions, to th olficerH of the old Srd-reglriient.becaust of Home differences as to-whether the camp was under state or government ithorlty were baseless and do the common" sense of. the governor injus- tice. The only reason for such a rc- I port was the temporary withholding of the commission of Dr. Barnett, of Foil -Wayne, assistant surgeon, who was re- ported to bavo made derogatory re- marks of his mincrior olflcenj i One-third 'cheaper than y'nu ever bought them. Printed Corded 3'J different patterns, iii all colorings de- sirable, ]0o a yard. scotch L-awns. Tlie handsomest and best low-price Lawns ever brought olit. In a very great profusion of patterns and colorings. .60 a yard. Oriental Rugs and Carpets. It's buying time for Hugs when you can Ret them at tho prices we are selling proper thins f Rugs, too, are the summer cotiagea. Children's Hats and Caps. New and pretty novellUes for this week's showing-. Straw. Crowns, trimmed with Chiffons, Tartatanes, Monsseline nml Laces 7Fte, 'to Soumae Rugs, sbirvans, lioliharai, rjainty tyasn Goods. Daghastans, etc. These arc on BPS- OTIIII cial display elevator. on third floor. Take Children's Wnite Dresses, Pino Scotch Ginghams, interwoven with lovely Billi stripes, for dresses and waists. SOc'a yard- Printed Batistes, For children from six months lo as mnny years. We have pretty i illesses of pure white, and is the prettiest for litlle ones, from Corded Batistes. oOc lo Sii.OO cacb For Skirts. _. Yard wide wiry finiali'and springy ,iEht wciglit-nml-llne, At tlie Lining Counter wo show some unusual things for Petticoats. Sillt and Linen, Blrlpes unil plaids, i (1.00 to a yard. Hilkot. LJIaclc and Fancies, at 35c a ysifil Taffetas, in a iiirgc variety of do- I sitjns 12c to 20c 30 different designs in a host of handsome colorings; pretty print- ings; goods worth two weelts ago 18c. now .10c Summer Comforts calls for atten- tion. New of. Silko- lencn and Sateens, each Summer Blankets, ?3.00 to. ?5.00 a pair. BUTTER1CK JUNE PATTERNS, DELINEATORS AND SHEETS ARE READY. Spanish squadron remained there would be intercepted. She is well follows the usual route. it i, not to be BnpiKised Ihe Navy abouts ol the Spanish licet, is going io allow any of ils l and gnnboals in Ihe Uoekade of Ihe I'lilian coast'lo fall vielims U, th huge Spanish ironclads. Their commanders will I.- promptly advised of the a proach of the Spaniards and il may IK set. down as assured, mile.., the ilcparlmen i, satisfied that Sampson or Schlcy can head oil' and crush Hie Spaniards, lhal Ih blockade vessels will be given to take care of themsel Wayne paper. Unt bo denied those and has received his commission. Tlie doctor, however, has made him- self exceedingly unpopular with the H with ils of Ihc where- I men. His effort to disparage the nhy- slcal Klatus ot one battery caused him Mile (Q )io of llis work undone. Then he performed some operations on five members of north- ern Indiana troops, including P. 0. Liggetl, of Fort Wayne, which inca- paciatcd them from mustering and ..ct out of harm's way. The determined atliiek made by llic Marblchend and vessels on the ocean cable. ninnillE scav.-anl (mm shows Hie gm'O' ment finds it necessary lo cut off all cmmi.liniciilion belwowi Caplilin lanneo al Havana and Spain by cable. Thai effort was not wholly successful, ow in- to the appearance of a superior force of infantry, aided by machine cuiis, to have laUcn American sailors in Hie boats in cutting the ble, by .surprise. They were iireimreil lo risk ride shols, but nol llie liicnfjlnsinis. Caplaii, McCalla is iiolcd for llis delerinimili.m and connigc and will liie task 'until be succeeds. Consi.lcri.v smh mnve the lo.is suslaiiiml by the Anic.ic.nl vessels was insigiiincaiit ec-ilninly warranlcil by the rc.s.dls. Om-e llbmco is prcrcnled eating with Spain, as well-as with I'orlo lil.-o, il cxjiceled Hint will set in and Ihe campaign eonscnuclitly have an iiulnr rom-lnsin paitnicut .siiows ml signs of rchiNtion in war but. ing icailv for hoslililics on llie Ibciny llial lliey will last a limn lime- Bids wore oiK-ned to-day tor supplying ill.- gme.nnieill will, a very large shells of Hie latest caliber, such as a.o used almo.l y by defense suns in altncking 01- icpelling beiivy ironclad Another tran- was chnrtcicil lo day nt Xc-rlulk, Hmt the movement of Ihc army infoiec iipi.n Cuba will not be long delayed, else .I.e. jwv.TO.n-nl would nn. g" tin- needless expense of dim It-ring I In- boat i'mmediatelv. hi.. were bought by Ihc navy from Finite parlies and were l.Klav. llorlrins becoming the Taeom.i and ll.e II. Ib-o.n the The R-lirin was icbapli-.e.l by nn.-ontb "ami- "f nil they are still in the hospital. Whether the surgeonary was well ;loue or not ir, mnch discussed with varying opinions. The doctor, to say the least, was nn- fortnnale in his hearing and has not reaped much credit Irom his military exiieriencc.' His refueal to serve under Dr Siver did not servo to attract to I liim Ilio good opnion'of the camp and j he has made Ihe impression of a man ot small calibre. Lew Wallace passed through the ci.y last night on his way to Washington whore be will receive credentials from le of such a J nlc Department as the staff war I ll.e correspondent (or Harper's Weekly anil Harper's Bazaar. It has been ar- in ''nniimini i ranged for him to accompany General ,C posed lo stay with the army until the In he mak- ended. witli liliun. ldiers and Ions of am FltOAI FOUR'rEiCX STATF.S. CHICKAMAL'CA, .May ln.it if th regular army left to-day for Tain- Oflleiol noliw eidl Unwko to-ilny Hint :17 voluntmH eight Iroops of ravalry and eiglit light, batieries of artillery have been ordered from tlieir points of rendezvous in 14 sl-lle.s. Ihe L'niled Slales lo slop the Ilispal KKis'llKB WILL SEK SKItVlfK I 01.11 TOIXT COMKOR'I'. M.iy 14. -Tlie j eiuiser SI. Paul passed here out 10 aea lo-1 Ilighl willi Caplain Sigsboe A ROYAL VISlTOli. j lluy 14.-L.-..pold H. King if the Ik-lgiiins. has arrived. Shortly aft- NOTABT.15 KOC1A1, EVENT. s jolly H of tin- 'rou tin- l er his arrival Kin Queen Ilegeul. He slnrls lor 1'a.i nielil. OHIO TllOOI'S JIDVIXH. MNCINNATI, 0., Mny Regimenl, Ohio Cavnl Ihc 10 eclcln-ile Hie Tlsl ilu r host's birthday. Mr. of i'liviling bis friends and ussociales ot bali-ecnlnry ago lo parlicipalc in the an- niversary of Ibis joyous cvcnl, and issuej invitations to Ilia old-time friends. Tin billowing answered the ealh and Pins being upward: ot 711 years old. A number oMhe young er generalion wore invilcil to ....j ived hy Gen- through here, via- the Cim-inniiti Honlh- IMl'OUTAXT IF T11IJK :u, lo Chickania.iga mnrecs ll.al Hrfat IIHf lin and igrecnic.it will It. ,t O.WILL OAllUYTIIKM. XBW YORK, May llallimorc Ohio railroad lo-dny was awarded the contract, for the inoveuicnt of the Firs-i Noiv regiment from Concord, _____ N. H., lo Chickamauga, n'lid'' for Ihe pnnnny South Frnmillgliam, Mass., cliiekamnu- Mn fi-slivilies. Toasts- innninerable wen ulfeieil by the gue.MS lo' llic host. Am.nl; t lie more notable were Ihose of A. .T. Link I'. Sclmllheis, John Orcib and P. liies. All left, willl hearty congrnlnlatious I llie hint, ami a hearty for the snpri iiincy of the American arms' in llie prescn war. Krnnk.J. WHS ilio most nut factor of thp rntprtninniont of tl to hh lionoml iiatornnl i for UK- Tickut is Patterson's. artli at Rcuhen 1110 TISOOl'ri a COLCMliUH. 0., May Tin- Ohio VoIunti'Oi- liiunliy at via ti niiv, fur (.'hiuk'ainuuifit Park. left OVKKS'ntKl'T JMvNOJllXATKD. INDIANAPOLIS, hill.. May I4.---lMi OviM-atrwf. of tho liitliiii juilU ilistrict. was uMinniiiwtoii hy t -loo K.-alin- and ni-iir rahr won- viitwl fur. RACING WHEELMEN Make u Food Discovery. .1. F. Fitch, tho chairman ot tl.R Hi Second- fluor. -1 CAliIIUUN PORT 1ND, Rockhill Bros. Fleming's; Horse Sale Tuesday, May 24-' FELL FROM A WINDOW. Will ConncrsSastains SiriousInjuries at an larly Hi u: This Morning. Will Connors lust night met with an accident that may result fatally for him.- He, with a number of oilier young mon, were in the Clcmlyn club room at Calhoun street, and ho 'sealed himself in the window. He was joking with a "number ot club membei'3 when ho lost his balance and fell to the as? stono pavement below. His companions rushed down stairs WALL PAPER, AND Window Shades. A very fine selection, ot Wall Paper and Window Shades, from tbe verj cheapest to the best 3 cents per roll and upwards. THE SIEMON WaltPaperOo. 195 Oalboun'St.. Rockhilll Bros, Horse Sale Tuesday, .May'24. -s KXl'lilvSS TIIAIN HELD UP.- Mass., May Ala- bama Groat Southern passenger train j held up by live men near Cuba, Ala., al 10 n'eloi-k to-night. They wore masks and u.......Id hands at. Ihc business. The express car was rolibnl of The i-x- j v--ess nllieiuls eliiini only .iiOU.wos taken, 1 as llic express messenger, Nieklen, lui.l most of tlic money in a atove-pipe. AN'D .MAI1K1! MATCI1KII. i'a.. May M. Kf.-llv, "f tliis city, ropmscnling .Wai-- icn Lewis, nf Brooklyn, president of llic Uieiilei. Now York Athletic clnb, to-day Pefoi Miiln-r, tlie ehampioh, to meel in a -'O-rnnml eonli-sl al. Coney May 2S. for a imrse nf wbicli l.otli aeeepteil. They have signed arlieles i.u-l Co'n'imiitce'of tlio Kiiicli'crbocker expecting to find him dead. While Uhloti'cTlVil, Now fork, wrilcs: "1 some o( the men piekcd him up olners mvo experimented with many hever- rnshed for assistance Patrolman El- igos among tho members of my racing llott was In the no ghborlioo 1 a die earn nml Irave found hut one that com- sent in a hurry .coll (or tho ollee oictcly fills tho hill It is needless (or ambulance. The wagon responded and no to sny that this is Postnm Cereal, the young man was taken to St. Jo- It courts neither sleeiilossness nor npivoiiancsff. in fact. It seems to make the mnn stronger and I know pevson- Keph hospital. It was there found that his right leg nnd left arm were broken and that ho i.. lie mnn m-ruiiEd aim i r--- ,llv that ihcv ride better after unlng had siifttalucii a (ractnre of tbo skull. Uly that tncy rme uew-r b wng givon the trainer nf athletes finds a all tho possible care. ciuliI food, which looks like coffee and The accident, occurred clock has much tho taato of the mlldov this movninK and at the time going (-miles of Java, nnd that so surely TO- to press It was imposnllrto for tho at- buIIilR and rcfltorcs tlio human Ixiily, tending physician to state what the vo- lt well behoves the- -brain worker lo suits would be.' teat and seft If his phylBcal coniUHim Will Connent Is n son of Michael may not bo Improved by the same diet. Connorn, the veteran city nreman, ana Ten days' trial will startle somn poo- lives with hla parents at 43 Uiarios pie who linvii luokeil upon their 111- street. He la employed by the 1'cn as permanent ami Irradlcali'o, t-ompony an e Royal hlgfactt grade baking powdc wn. AelMl thlrd farther than atto   

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