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Fort Wayne Journal (Newspaper) - February 7, 1899, Fort Wayne, Indiana M s i 1 Corner Calhoun and Columbia ladies Coats and Muslio underwear. A Sale that is remarkable for Low prices remarkable too for the Quality the goods offered Mistlin underwear you have never had such a Chance to buy Fine grades Muslin underwear at such Low prices and if you Are Wise you will make the a most it. We Are offering our entire Stock far below its real value in fact far below the wholesale an children s Coats. 50 Coats at $3.00 each. We Are placing these garments Sale at lower prices than you have Ever before seen quoted for equal qualities. Only a personal visit can reveal the extent and Money saving possibilities this occasion. Go easy i t a first 1 6 satisfied that the dentist is right before you Are convinced that Crown and Bridger work cannot be successfully applied to your Case. Right wrong the fact remains that where it can be applied it is the Best methods supplying artificial Teeth. But it is most difficult work the very Fine Art dentistry and it in t every dentist who properly understands it wants to be called a upon to iks form it. Our work been a series satisfying give us Confidence in advising performing. U. S. Dental Parlours dr9. J. A. Amp j. W. Williams mgrs., phone 117s. 98 Calhoun Streer. 4 still a to see who will Wear the rink medal for a year. I it avid m Kay is now in the Lead having won one game and part the final contest a fun the ice. Ewing rink and the curlers played As follows e Wing rink Sandy Drummond Lead James Dormer second David Mckay and George Ewing skip. Mcclelland rink Sam Moffat Lead Thomas Kavanaugh second will Peltier and William Mcclelland skip. There will also be an interesting game at 2 15 clock this afternoon be a tween rinks skipped by George Ewing and will Peltier. It is said that it will be As funny As a game Curling Ever was in the whole history the game. In the car building Trust. The second game for the rink medal was finished by the Lakeside curlers monday afternoon and the third one was begun. The second game which was Between the rinks John Gillie and Quot James Dormer was begun last saturday when the score stood 7 to 4 in favor the Gillie rink. When the game was finally finished monday afternoon the score was 21 to 7, in favor the Gillie rink. Following was the arrangement the players Dormer rink Tonias Kavanaugh Lead will Peltier second f. J. Hay den David Mckay and James Dormer skip. Gillie rink James Gillie Lead Greo. Gillie second George thumb William Mcclelland and John Gillie skip. M Kay leads. David Mckay having won the first game saturday and John Gillie having won the second these two will play the deciding game for the tink medal to Morrow. They opened the Ball late yesterday afternoon and up to Date . Mckay is ahead Down the stretch. The score Between the two Best rinks now stands 8 to 4, but the complexion things May change before the stones Are All curled this evening. Other games. A Large crowd spectators gathered at Lakeside yesterday afternoon to watch the curlers As they played the Torrin game and they All got their Money s Worth. The game which provided the greatest sport the afternoon was that Between the rinks George Ewing and Wiiiiam Mcclelland. The score was 7 to 6 in Feivor the it is perfected and includes the eight largest firms. Detroit feb. 6.�?the Tribune says Quot eight big car companies scattered Over the United states have been combined under the name the american car and foundry company. The new company will be incorporated under the Laws new Jersey with a capital $60,000,000. The Ohio Falls car manufacturing company at Jeffersonville ind., and Terre haute car manufacturing company Terre haute ind., Are among the companies in consolidation. Rockefeller s Lake interests. Immense holdings to be sold to Carnegie steel company. Cleveland o., feb. 6.�?the Plain dealer says a Deal is under Way by which John d. Rockefeller will Transfer his vast Lake vessel and Iron Ore a interests to the Carnegie steel company. The artificial ice co in addition to distilled water will deliver swin Neyl arc water in lot is Allons More at i20c per halt dose Eti al Gallons in let Ottlee a Tab Paiten t porcelain stoppers. Phone Money to loan. On real estate and personal Security. Lowest rate interest. Chas. F. Pfeiffer 6 and 7 Bass Block. The weather. Washington. Feb. 6.�?for Indiana fair. Continued cold northerly winds. City news. Yes . John Evans is in Chicago business. The Hon. R. C. Bell returned ter Day from Indianapolis. Miss Ernestine Bulger has returned from a visit with relatives in Bluffton. The ladies auxiliary the sons veterans will install officers this evening. Or. Warren d. Keplinger Canton o., is in the City visiting his Brothers. Mrs. John Houser was the guest . And mrs. W. J. Smith Columbia City Over . Y. Galvan has returned from a week s visit with mrs. M. Dailey and mrs. T. Foohey Bluffton. The Walther league the st. Paul s lutheran Church held its regular business meeting last evening. Miss Stubbs this City has resumed work with her Art Glass at Columbia City after a Holiday vacation. Bids for the new residence . A. Hintelman will be opened at noon tomorrow at the office architect Riedel. Or. A. C. Koehne Indianapolis county treasurer elect Marlon county is among the guests registered at the Wayne. Private Art Wallace the fourth immune United states infantry arrived in the City yesterday from fort Mcpherson. Mrs. Hannah Ebers. Of John Street is confined to her Home by an attack pneumonia. Her condition however is not serious. Architect j. M. E. Reidel is finishing plans for a new two Story store building soon to be erected by . Charles Regedanz South Hanna Street. Or. C. Reifsnider travelling freight agent the Baltimore amp Ohio was in the City yesterday calling the Trade and the local freight agents. Or. And mrs f. Roesner John Street Are rejoicing Over the Advent a daughter. The proud father is employed As Core maker in the Bass foundry. Or. Stuart Robson and wife and the members his company which appeared at the Temple theatre last evening in Quot the meddler Quot were guests at the Wayne. The directors the Concordia cemetery association will hold a meeting at the Schuemann undertaking Parlours at the Corner Berry and. Harrison Street at 7 30 clock this evening. The name f. J. Falker which appeared in the police court notes in the journal several Days ago As having been arrested for drunkenness did not apply to sex City marshal Frank Falker. C. M. Gillett the county recorder elect filed his Bond in the sum $2,000, yesterday with Absolem Stopher Christian Gebert James Evard and Joseph Black As sureties. Or. Gillett will not take his office until june 15, 1900. Or. C. W. Smith West Williams Street night train dispatcher for the grand rapids amp Indiana is mourning the loss a Black and White scotch Collie Pup which followed some one sunday evening and has not since returned to the Smith domicile. Through the efforts . George h. Kuntz the Rev. Edward Mathews has secured the store building at no. 9 Harrison Street As Headquarters for the helping hand Mission pro tem and will conduct services there this evening. Mrs. Latina Blase the owner the property has donated the building to the evangelist for the Good the cause he represents. At the revival meeting at the West Jefferson Street Church Christ last evening there was a Good attendance. The meeting was in charge chaplain Medbury and there were six accessions to the Church. The meetings will be conducted the rest the week and in All probability the Rev. P. J. Rice will Exchange pulpits with chaplain Medbury again next sunday. The entertainment for the Benefit the Street fair association will be Given this evening. The program As arranged by col. Louis Heilbroner is a most delightful one from a musical standpoint including As it does a piano Solo by miss Emel Verweire. The specialities include . Frank Ca Ley who will pose As the Champion Whistler among the Quot Best people Earth Quot and also appear As the grand finale with his Little Pickan innies in a grand cake walk. Or. Fred Jenne a received a communication from one his old comrades the Twenty eighth Battery . Aylmer e. Hendryx who is now in Denver. He says that together with t. W. And d. W. Smith who were also members the Twenty eighth Battery he will soon leave for Northern Colorado where each the three will take up 160 acres Homestead claims. Hendryx also says that members Newman gust Clink and Man Gresson the Battery Are also in Denver and All Are doing Well. Lincoln league Leet. The Public meeting will be held at Princess rink. Republicans Allen county Are the hosts the visitors and will not receive special invitations a prominent republicans who will be present. The executive committee in charge the affairs the Lincoln league convention which will be held in this City Friday and saturday met yesterday afternoon to hear and act the reports the sub committees. Or. R. C. Hanna chairman the committee arrangements reported that the Princess rink could be secure for the Public meeting and he was authorized to lease it for the two Days the convention. Manager h. W. Lesage ten Broek was invested with authority to go ahead with the printing ribbon badges to designate committeemen and delegates. I. W. E. Doud chairman the music committee reported that he had secured a quartet composed messes. E. F. Yarnelle Charles Worden a. J. Lang and Louis Curdes to furnish the vocal music and that Conklin amp Schwandner s orchestra would be present at both the banquet and Public meeting. The musical programs follow i Public a kicking. 1. Overt Iro Arcadian h. O. Wheel 2, am Ricsin citizen s Waltz. Frank h. Chilmark March Quot America forever Quot. E. T. Paull Ranquet Hall. 1. Dok frats Quot Marclin Quot tie stars and stripes forever Quot a. 2. A social Katlic Riiff. E. Beyer s. At a Georgia Carnap Meetins Quot. Kerry Mills Plantation erhos Arr. By g. A. Ross Quot. The Alabama Razz characteristic . O. Dewitt a. Quot a lust i peaches Quot a introduce info the Banks the Wabash to Bever 7. Ensued a educator Waltz. J. Rosas s. Kentucky ale Moirs a i Plantation dance. Jno. Francis Gilder it. Grand selection from Flotow s opera Quot Martha Quot Arr. Intones Tofant it. I nolo Jaspir s Jubileo dance Char Asteris Tiqui. E. T. Paull 11. National overture. 12. Columbia Gavotte. S. Frederick prominent speakers expected. Among those who will address the Public meeting and possibly be heard at the banquet Are the Hon. John l. Griffith former reporter the supreme court the Hon. Union b. Hunt Secretary state the Hon. Robert a. Brown clerk the supreme court the Hon. William l. Taylor attorney general the Hon. James e. Watson con Gressman elect the Hon. George w. Cromer congressman elect tie Hon. O. Z. Hubbell Elkhart state senator theft . A Quot. Of Quot. Hawkins state senator the Hon. Harry s. New state senator the Hon. N. W. Gilbert state senator the Hon. W. H. Haggard lieutenant governor the Hon. James e. Dodge Elkhart the Hon. Charles f. Griffin the Hon Schuyler Colfax the Hon. Frank , the Hon. J. Frank Hanly and Many others. Local republicans hosts. The committees in charge the arrangements the coming convention wishes to have it impressed upon the minds the republicans Allen county through the press the City that no special invitations will be issued to them to be in attendance at the banquet As they Are to be the hosts the visiting republicans. Tickets for the banquet for which those who attend will be assessed .1 2 a plate can be had at the Cigar store . George e. Belott who is the chairman the banquet Corn Mittee. Re be Tatterson Owen agent the g. R. Amp 1. Railroad auditor All Rome City. The session this year v ill continue three weeks opening july 26 and closing August 17. The new superintendent is one the most popular platform men who have Ever appeared at Island Park. He is moved by All having been for four consecutive years. Last year he was the special ambassador employed by the Assembly to visit Cuba. This year starting As soon As the Assembly closes he will represent Island Park in Quot a Circle the the Rev. Naftzger has served As president a number years and with his careful planning and Long experience the Assembly enters its majority under auspicious. Circum Staines. The program will be made up from the Best Assembly Talent pro curable and under the direction a competent advisory Board who will select the Verj Best entertainers and the strongest platform religious and educational workers. Great occasions and Best Talent along All lines Are to be the measure the three weeks Assembly. This year Island Park holds its majority anniversary Twenty one j ears old and never missed a session. The gentlemen managing the financial part the Assembly Are All thorough going business men and will carry it Forward with renewed Zeal. More emb�,l1d beef. Ten thousand cans damned by military thormities. Con a Havana feb. 6.�?the Board meat Survey has found that the contents 10,848 cans meat some which were distributed to the american troops Are unfit for human food and the meat has been condemned. The Kew Spring suiting and p English Covert Over coatings makes them talk. Sale fort be to Day we begin the greatest that has Ever been known in Wayne High Grade clothing. All heavy weight overcoats will discounted 30 per cent. All heavy weight suits discounted 25 per cent. Boys knee pants at half Price. Heavy weight underwear discounted 20 per cent. Sale closes saturday february 25. Reuben s. in cans. Oranges Lemons and grapes California oranges 15c dozen. Florida oranges 40c dozen. Best Messina Lemons Loc dozen. Fresh Malaga grapes 25c la. Nice bleached celery 22c Bunch. Best Cape cod cranberries 5c qut. Hot House lettuce received fresh every morning 12%c la. White fruit House. The greatest grocery for a very Short time will sell California and new York state canned fruit at less than they can be bought . The Packer in car Load lots. 2%-lb can California apricots 10c. 2%-lb can Gold drop plums 10c. 2%-lb can Green Gage plums 10c. 21/-rb can egg plums 10c. 2%-lb can Black cherries 12c. 2-lb can White cherries 8c. 2-lb can Imperial blueberries 8c. 2-lb can gooseberries 7c. 2-lb can Black raspberries 6c. A Large portion these goods will make elegant and cheap pie Timber. 2t the greatest Park Assembly. Received by Woods the merchant tailor yesterday were the finest line goods Ever brought to fort Wayne. The shipment to . Woods contained nothing but imported goods. Good dressers should Stop in and see the newest things Don t fail to Stop in and see the Novelty English herring Bone for Spring overcoats and the Saltaire worsted and Serges importations from Saltaire England. Or. Woods is making a special reduction in an Advance Sale until february 15th, from 20 to 30 per cent All new goods and a very Large reduction Staples All kinds for the year round Wear. Don t forget the place. It s tiie big store 115-117 Calhoun Street. Oneo Feemst was Alexander Claude Pichon now deceased. Came Here w Hen the country was new a the Well known Pioneer Dies at his daughter s Home a his life an interesting Stort. Try want Asphalt. Petition for a pavement Daw son Street. On Batch petitions for improvements the South Side a isolation Hospital May be established a City Hall news. One the oldest the pioneers Allen county has answered the Call the death Angel. At 11 15 clock last night surrounded by children and grandchildren at the Home his daughter mrs. Nelson Thompson East Wayne Street Alexander Claude Pichun passed into the great beyond. Death was not due to any disease but simply to the general wearing out the system and the flickering out the vital spark. Or. Pichun was born near Besancon in the department Doubs France september 12, 1812. His father was a Soldier under Napoleon and had taken part in the awful Retreat from Moscow being one the few survivors that great March. The deceased came to America at the age Twenty years and spent two years in new York and the East coming to Allen county with his father in 1834. The party settlers which these two men were members came Down the Maumee River from Toledo in an open boat Landing near the old wines dam and sleeping in the o0en air. On the night May 1st, that year. In april 1841. Or. Pichun was married to airs Diarian Barrand Parrant. To this Union eight children were bom whom six Are still living. The survivors Are Francis John mrs. Celes Tine Jourdaine mrs. Thompson mis. John Stier and miss Margaret Pichun. The wife and Mother died in november 1871. In february the next year . Pichun went to reside with his daughter mrs. Thompson and lived there Ever since. He was a Well known character about fort Wayne having been a companion Many the old settlers who became prominent in the affairs the county and state. In politics he was first a whig and then a Republican. In the Early Days he was employed upon the Wabash and Erie canal and As a particular and favorite Friend chief Richardville. He enjoyed the Friendship the entire tribe Miami indians. His entire life was a quiet a ostentatious one but he had a wide Circle Good friends who will feel keenly their loss in his death. No funeral arrangements have yet been made. Received an ovation. A magnificent audience greeted Stuart Robson in Quot the meddler Quot last evening. The program for this year 19 to lose nothing by changes in management an important meeting at Rome City. Rome City ind., feb. 6.-the executive Board the association has just met Here and perfected the arrangements for the Twenty first annual session this oldest Western Chautauqua. The Rev. L. J. Naftzger Paster High Street m. E. Church Muncie ind., continues As president. The Rev. H. J. Becker d. D., Dayton Ohio assumes the Supern tendency and the Rev. J. P. Snyder Lagrange is advertising Secretary. The business Natter the association will be directed a by the capitalists who have recently purchased the grounds and a Strong financial executive Board composed . H. G. Cobbs Secretary w. A. Williams treasurer and m. P. Dawson Street residents Are the latest to clamor for improvements i petition received b5 the Board works asking that that thoroughfare be paved with Asphalt from Calhoun Street to Hoagland Avenue. It was signed by a. H. Polhamus and two others. The Board took no action in the matter and the petition was ordered filed. Other petitions were filed As follows paving the Alley Between Wayne and Washington streets from Clinton to Barr. Filed. Sidewalks Pontiac Street from Lafayette to Hanna. Filed. Cement sidewalks the East Side Lafayette Street from Boltz Street to Pontiac Street. Filed. Opening Leith Street from Lafayette to Hanna. Filed. Opening Boltz Street from Lafayette to Hanna. Filed. The Bond Henry Kanning licensed sewer builder was approved. Isolation Hospital project. The committees finance and Public health met last evening to discuss jointly the Wheelock Resolution to accept the proposition the st. Joseph Hospital authorities in providing an isolation Hospital for the care contagious diseases. All the members were not present but those in attendance discussed the matter from a favourable standpoint the sentiment being disposed to accepting the plan proposed by Mother Hyacinthe is the Best Way out what might at some time be a very difficult position. Other members the committees will be seen to Day and a report favouring the appropriation not More than $5,000, nor less than .$3,000, for the purpose will probably be presented to the Council. Checking finances. The committee finance will meet this evening to go Over and inspect the books the comptroller. This will be the regular Semi annual examination the City s finances by the councilmen. Says it s Cool. Or. Nierman writes frigid temperature in the Klondike. Or. C. F. Centlivre has received a letter from . H. G. Nierman who is now in the midst the Snow and ice Central Alaska. The doctor did t write much save that he was Well and that the temperature when he sent the letter was 58 Degres below Zero and the indians with his party said that it would be still colder than that before it was again time for the Flowers Spring. The party which . Nierman is a member will probably return to the Quot states Quot As soon As transportation opens. Up in the you have Catarrh Don t delay with local remedies but purify and enrich your blood with Hood s Sarsaparilla. An audience As Large As the accommodations tar Temple theatre would permit. Greeted the. Appearance the rioted and inimitable comedian Stuart Robson and an excellent company in the performance Quot the meddler Quot last evening. The an unusual one bordering the French school yet containing nothing offensive in delivery. The lines Are Bright and Humo Rosip. And if one reads Between them More than one lesson May be Learned concerning the human nature. The Story Hin Fresi the meddling one Francis Eli an arti.=t, who Means no trouble but gets into More Tolian he can manage by trying to do an intimate Friend a Good turn. Of the character Eli Stuart Robson makes a finished piece acting and one. Which though Thorou filly Rob , so full repression that it is truly an inimitable and splendid performance. He was Siven a Hearty Wel Home and demonstrated that he is As much a favorite in the City As Ever. Or. Robson was supported by a Fine company though miss Burroughs was not Able to be Here. I Kur rouses is ill in Toledo and was taken to one the hospitals there yesterday to undergo a sur Sical operation. Keen was the disappointment Felt in the failure miss to take her part the audience was compensated for its loss very greatly in the. Really Fine work miss Maude Granger who took the part mrs. Bancroft a part which cannot Call Forth the admiration the audience except As a l it Clever acting. Mrs. Bancroft. The but unprincipled wife who deceived her husband to the last commands neither respect nor admiration. Or. Chandler the handsome Man whose compromising attentions to mrs. Bancroft cause the meddling Francis he was taken by . Theodore Babcock. Who pave a Fine exhibition the dramatic Art. Indeed . Babcock has the Talent which one would like to see have play More admirable character for As the curtain drops unexpectedly the meddler it is As certain to the audience As it was to . Bancroft that there s no telling whet Lier the dashing wife and the hand some Man who Quot met women the Mediterranean Quot will continue in their newly acquired roles circumspect conduct and be again entangled in an Quot affaire d serious As Are the problems the play and constantly As the imminence a tragedy surrounds it. The effect the lines and Robson s personality is to cause continued amusement and laughter. Or. Frank c. Bangs As Captain Oliphant. Gave a remarkably Strong . Or. Bangs is a Veteran in the Art acting and in the meddler has one the most to be admired parts to portray. His work was delightful. Miss Gertrude Perry a Beautiful Young actress did Good work As Bessie. Ell s sister and the sweetheart . Chandler. Mrs. Robson one the Best comedienne the Amer can stage has but Little Opportunity to show what she is capable doing except in the first act. Her handsome face and gowns Are accessories that were appreciated even when she had Little to say. Or. George Paunce fort As . Shirlaw did Good work. Or. Robson was called before the curtain at the close the second act and made a Short speech though protesting that to make speeches embarrassed him and that he always Felt that when the curtain dropped it was time to leave the stage. Quot i Don t like curtain speeches any More than i like curtain lectures Quot he said. Continuing . Robson remarked that making a curtain speech made him feel like the Man who in attending his wife s funeral found his pleasure marred by being compelled to ride in the same Carriage with his Mother in Law. Or. Ro1>son expressed his regret and that miss Burroughs in her inability to appear. To i subscribe for the journal. A i a. A a

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