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Sunday Gazette, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana YOL. XXXVI. NO. 329. POET WA.YNE, DECEMBER 18, PRICK 5 CENTS. THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON, D. C., 'pec. For Indiana Generally fair, variable winds. Bear in mind thai we are now showing the handsom- est line of Umbrellas for Ladies' Christmas presents n the city. Fine China, Dresden and Fancy wood handles, in blue, green and black silks. Prices way below the usual price for these goods. Store Open Every Evening UNTIL CHRISTMAS. The City Gives the Presidential Party a Sample of Southern Hospitality arid Good Will.' Stoves at Cost Points ASH'S. Now is the time to buy Stoves. Wo have an. over-stock of Heaters 'and vrl 1 Eel! any Stove in the -tuuse. at exact cost, commencing Monday moraine. We have a. complete line to select from anfl: made" in- the best foundry ia tlio country. H.J.ASH, 16 East Columbia St Fine Tailoring at Popular Prices. Fine Dress Suits, Business Suits, to >30. Trousers from Fancy Vests, the very latest ftyles. Fall to No trouble to show goods. Call and see them, Columbia Clinton Streets. Important Deduction in Prices. AA PER CENT discount on Cameras and Dry Plates. PER CENT discount on Printing and Developing. Developing 25 Prlntine. each 5 Println, each 4x5 6 Wo furnish any desired Camera an( make no charco for leaching photo BTBpby. place your Christinas orders now. H. W. MORDHURST, M CALHOUN STREET. IROY STEAM LAUNDRY T pU of t Oli JttOPiWlBt. ly Linen li thi Kelt OlitliMim'i Toilet. WE DO U Otl will Mil to of tnt OUT L.JOHH unfa, SAVANNAH, Dec. recep- tion of President McKinley and the incin- beia I'lio cabinet by tho people of Savannah to-day-more than equaled in liospiUUity and completeness iiie arrange- ment of ninny jireyious experiences which marked flic pnnidcnlial trip south. lie party nrrivcd frcrni Montgomery nt I n. .in. and ivviuwud Llw" troops o.afioned around Siiviuiuah nnd then made a trip down the Savannah river and were entertained to-night a.t a grand bau- quirl tendered by tins chamber of com- merce and an-association of citizens. The enthusiasm of the citizens and 000 persons who came to the city from the surrounding' country -lo greet the Presi- dent was fully eiiual to the denvonstra- which hftvc ilistiiitiitishnl tbe trip in o'l-licr cities. "Previous -to the'Presi- dent's speech a cortlial welcome was ex- tended him by D. G. Purse, president oi the reception committee and by the layor of ftir.-uinah, W. Mcldrim. President McKinley, amid frequent ap- plause, addrcsbcd his audience as-follows: is eaubc for conmutulvitioii thai with the grave problems iMtorc us grow- ing out of'the war with. Spain, we arc (rce from any divisions at liume. Onr fi- nancial-anil revenue policies ism not be rJmuged for at least four ycara and what- ever legislation may "be luii affecting during that period-ivill be to bu- nd strengthen, not destroy them, the public mind win t' hercloro' repose in reasonable wcuiity while business can proceed without apprehension of senou and midden vhanges so disturbing to th commercial world and. so distracting t< liiisinesa men, aU of VhicSi _is forlimat ,for the cmuvtry, for every intoresl anu very flection of tho country. Even bo desire other and different policies, rcfi-r pcnnnncncc to constant dhonge or lint is-almost as hurtful, the fear o "There is ImppHv now no domestic dif- irencM to cheek "the progri'ss-aiifi pros- erity of the country which mir peaceful elaiiona willi Uio whole world will fit- onrage strengthen.- This is forluii- tc, too, in another eonsc, as it leaves tin oitntry free to consider and discuss tin
ITin tlint ailverti HAS DOUBLKD T1IR HORN. VALPARAISO, Chili, Dec. United' States battleships Oregon an lowu, which from New York 0 tnlier 12 for the Pnclflc, tourbing Rjihia, Rio Janeiro, and MontevUle sailing from the last nnmcd port He here to-day. Umbrellas nt I'attcreon's. NEW PKACE PnOTKOTOHS. CI.13VBI.AND, 0.. Hoc. It nroliablo tho now gatlinc east et cannon, as a3 tho already Tamo rapid 'flro cnn, will bo nnnnfactur hy a new rompany. cailltalizcd nt Dr. flailing will bo preside Carroll Sprlgss, of Now York, attorn ana sccMlary. Too works will bo Clevolr.cd. pen Eveninfs Until CMstmas, A Cordial Invite is Extended to Yourself and Friends LOOK TUIiOUGH THIS STORE AND BXJOV SEBIN'G TUB 3IANT BEAU- rFULTinXGS DISPLAYED FOR HOLIDAY C1FTS. .WHEllLBil YOU WED TO PUEC1USE OK NOT. mil Jugs, io 5C3, to S10. nifc Hcsts, 50 cents ia 51. lls, loc to Boc. Icry Jtnn-ls, to Olives. 81.25 in Cnkn Tniys, 512 lu Water Titchers, to ?22. TuniWors, to With hirgc lines of sranll pieces in a argc ol small -prices, EN'S NECKWEAR, Tliis (lojMVtmrni. offpiTi unusual aitrac- 71S to in selecting a- suit-able" t to a man; new ones in rich ks, cxqnLsitcly made tip in laUst sliapw Piiccs, 2ucj 50c -to 51-50 ciirli. OMEN'S NECKWEAR. Tretty newness in Among tiie hiBLicat the "butiU-iny TaboLs of edged.- Ulwts, 50c, 75o and Jtock Collars of silk, satin and chiffon, it-, 40c, 60c to Rincy Fronts, SI.25 to S-100. Wflarcttcs, 50c to BLANKETS AND DOWN QUILTS. These are d.iys to test -the Blanket Eiip- -Uicm an- Mentis who will np- preciate flic of a blanket or down iiuilt. Sonnc swrU tu give: UbAXKlJTTS I-urj-p, iluffy pure wool, blankiits, ?S, a- pjiir. DOWN covered, 5-i.SP to tovcrort, ?10 to Knfllrd Quilts. PALMS. Prqinred natural Palms, cut from liv- ing [ilant anil jiVpared in siidi a, way na to make Uicni pvcrlaatiBg. We show theeo in lurfic varinly, all taxes. Prices fc each onliinry bin-goins in AVomen'fl Flir l jirk-cs nolablj- lower Uun liai couiprisca all tho popular ifl O31Hinoncilig Monjaj- M-c Bliall offer c ollavolks. A now Ilnu tovo wailrf f sold for cailici in iLlie wason. The. uf shapes.' Micri will bo Fur Collarettes from SI.7u to rtich. ur from 81.00 to S25 each. ur Muffs from......'. S2o eaoli. Childi-en's Fur Pets at to 3 caoh, et Us lelp You Think, At this very moment ladles n .Fort Wayne arc vforrying over the selection ol presents for their male relatives and friends, (tolilen hns secured a stocS ot sooils suita- ble for gifts wliicli will makfi tliink- ng easy.. Ihristmas for Men, .Lei, us show. you our line of Men's Neckwear, in a hundred shapes ami colors sublime. Onr gorgeous silk Umbrellas with handles Unit are models correctness; Sillc and fancy Suspenders; nobby Shirts uS Paris fashion, none other liko them; silk mufflers, Handkerchiefs uud Underwear in a variety almost end- Traveling Bags. We'lin-ve long ajjo won the envia- ble reputation as being tho leaders in the proper things in Traveling Bass, Telescopes and Trunks. This department of our establishment ia overflowing with convenient and beautiful styles in all grades, from the finest genuine alllfiator to tho ordinary paper grip. We can meet any dralro in this line, and no house offers better prices. We are the King in Hat inc. The world famous Dunlap mr leader. WALL PSPER. In all grades. New, Choice nnd Distinctive Patterni. Window Shades Shade Cloths. THE 111ST HAKE A't' LOWEST PRICES Pictures and Picture Frames THE SIEMON Wall Paper Oo 195 Oalhourj St. Admiral Dftwey in raising'tho.Eunken, Spanish ships. Lieut. Hobson was .given: an enthusiastic- welcome when. j ho.stepped off tlio train, and was in- ducetl to'remain over night. To-night he is the guest of a theatre afterwards at a bannuct will be entcr- Ufncil as tho city's guest. The Hatter MANY A MAN HOnSON IS LOUISVLLE'S GUEST. LOUISVILLE. Ky., Ucc. Richmond I'carson Hobson, hero of thft aL Louisville to-day en rftiito from Nashville to San Fran- son's. Cisco, from whence lift sails tor Hong Kong, and thcnco to Manila to. assist i Guhscnbe for tho GAZETTE. Dreads' Christinas as a Itnio wlibn ho is rfiowrrcd with wlinvhc doesn't wnut, or wouMn't t'nins of using, liny a nun's store, at a store wlnrrc ni'tur OhrUUnaa von at -he can linns rinylliing noL waiilwl, and for Eomdihiiig ho' docs want. s. PATTBRSOX. Ticket 97.SG7 is worth at'Patter- Makesthe food more delicious and wholesome
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