Ft Wayne Journal Gazette in Fort-Wayne, Indiana
4 Aug 1899

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4 Aug 1899

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Ft Wayne Journal-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 4, 1899, Fort Wayne, IndianaIt. Wayne established 1868. Friday mowing August 4, 1899. Price five cents. Cloak deft bargains. Real bargains the kind tint Are Worth coming Down own Early for. Well be ready at 8 o clock. Ladies shirt waists at a less Price than you be Ever bought for. About 100 dozen coloured and White All this season s Best styles in Percale piques Gingham Madras and lawns. Note the big reduction. Coloured shirt waists values so and to Day coloured shirt waists values and today coloured shirt waists values f i. So to to Day coloured shirt waists values to to Day White shirt waists values 50c. To Day White shirt waists values to 92.9q. To Day White shirt waists values 75 to 52.50. To Day White shirt waists values to 94.90. To Day i9c 47c 69c 98c i9c 69c 98c All washable suits k. And Linen skirts will be sold at less than half Price. Every department in the store is closing out its Odd Odd pairs at very Low prices. Note the savings. The Rurode dry goods co. Must of hawd Aih Cit r vol Ilicin Wihl of tar liw to till of Ihlen Toni ill whole Mill ill ill of Imit Lomm tid tji nov Roceil from i to 2ll or let. Old in i in a will of an in thu it iwo olb Ami for thin in the Thyril a Vuin c in s april. Item Lee of the peace Edh cell Ami his cow Lii mln8 May o Dowil a Curneil Clit Cray front i ii Camail. I in to Buffalo Anil Toronto. For Friday and saturday we offer the i Oll Owino uhf at bakc1ain5. Don t miss then. Will How buy thu caftan Solm open watch Worth . Hunting Case Worth Sec our and watch chains Worth elsewhere Only Tor a lot of Beautiful Sil ver syrups Worth descant but Ter dish to match Only Worth 35 cents will now buy this Beautiful Sil. Ver tooth pick Holder hold lined and Worth we eyes by the latest improved method and guarantee satisfaction or refund your Money. Steel spectacles up. Gold up. L. 5ievert, 85 Calhoun Street fort Wayne ind. W and retail optician and jeweler. Cleveland strikers Blikas into violence again. Grand chief Arthur of the b. Of l. E., condemns the new York toilers win la Bor troubles. Cleveland Ohio August the withdrawal of several companies of troops was followed to night by another dynamite no outrage but fortunately nobody Hurt. The explosion occurred under a Jennings Avenue car on which there were six passengers. It smashed the Flange of one of the wheels and splintered the running Board at the side1. Passengers Wei badly frightened but none were injured and the car Proctot Vij on its Way to the end of Tho run. Grand chief p. M. Arthur of the Broth Wahood of locomotive engineers. Lias been reported to the strikers for Rios on big consolidated cars in Dis regard of the Boycott. When Oskco to night it he patronized Hie cog consolidated car he replied of course i do. I ride on them every Day it no whenever i have Occa Sion to do Why do you do he asked. the tily. Yet i m Goine to walk three Mriln town when the cans twos my re it comr i not. This Excita Tenn Dud boy it i utterly pm Kakiw. And the strike have font altogether too new Toft Naoom Otz Coke. Ive men such cum to the excessive heat on fort Watne pipe Ione. Anderson. Ind4 aukust Day was tie hottest Day the year experienc Eil by men employed on the fort Wayne Gas com Thuiy Exten Sions. There Are tight Jive in the engaged with the tongs. It men to each pair of tongs which weigh two Hundred d eighty live pounds. The Twat wan intense i sle Day that the Iron Bali pics Ninios blistered the men who were compelled to use them in tightening the joints or the eight Inch pipe. Live of the men so overcome that they had to be helped out of Trench and quit work. Kulm ceif Ali Powlics South amt5rican Powels to get together. London dispatch which Bol sters up Trotty of a com Bine Avau iwo toe to Nimro states ukr tray. Aug anti a. Brazil Chili con risk Ned. Ntow Tonk. Aka two have their str late. Part Kelly All it the contract lira a living Nib for Wilna tin Alki Flat hers a is c lbt whte or nun. . The it by in the nth Chc refi uns. Have of n strike the Frk Vum to it to met Mmel Ken mis. At Nii Natl of cml work. My Tow it Mill in Are nut. The cult or Hevr Grov at in Hsioh on a strike an in and the write work Yemer Tsy at the i let sum. Other i. Are with. My a result among in tar pin Loyes. Find Kim by Toomir to Jondon. From Bue nos july to. Kiyone pics lilt of he Artl Klyr Republic would leave int country it iut the Middle of july for drug or with the intention of incl that if republics meet in my Tutti mid Confer with the set o chm. The Queen he it reducing 8ovlh american brn Mareatta. It wait he also prune Jilin no of he four act Nibles. A Jet Kitch to the nce of mate of event the of Tho morning he we Newi Itig to Tilory ver Spain the growth imperil Illmie in the my fed the targe South i Luigi up t i talk of an ally m Mich fir Aili Ami to nor Oom pm rom. Millton mkch., aug. it the trunk locomotive Bholi Ift work Lif the Tonk s Mac mint that he will a indication that he will accede to their if in that Chimp Fttie How mile right to employ it it that Thi Union is to have tto Vico Iti the matter the my will go out Ngann. Siuki Kairau Ami Wiiri Raro. New York August m. Hoy i president of Tho Timthy Rhoud and Bald that Twenty four arms inc Luil Init the largest Hyrc anoints had Kraud the demands of the strikers. Or. Llo Yiu that men had returned to work. Stat Blu Oktaw , w. Vn., a Frust the striking Yard men returned in Wrork at the american car Ana foun dry company to Day. One. Thousand employees in the various departments were grained an increase of 10 per cent in wages to Day. This is the second increase june. A Aioli Eric threatened in the Chicago building Striice Chicago August a re fault 6f the Brick makers All the building trades in the Elty May be locked out this would precipitate the grow sctt struggle he tech employees and employ ers Chicago Haa known. The trouble has it s origin in the pro fessed conviction on the part of Tho bossed and contractors that the sex actions of the affiliated with the building trades Council have become practically unendurable. Each succeeding year s agreement it is said is More oppressive its predecessor and special dissatisfaction has been created by certain provisions in some of the present agreements pre scribing what shall constitute a of car s work. It is declared that in Many instances work which can be done in an hour is made to constitute a Day s work. With this decrease in work it is claimed there has been an increase of wages. Naked to succeed Bland. Fulton mo., August eighth District democratic convention this even ing nominated judge Dorney w. Shock left Fercl of boo nevello for Congress to flu Tho vacancy Caud by the death of Richard p. Bland. Four Hundred and cog hey Al ballots were taken. Aisig vol the Argentine. Of Miner mar of Uhi Guir on is Way to fun tilt. Thili evening he we present n in Honor. Me to leave to tin Maytle. A Glim it him Juki known Liml Uji i no his Fri Cal ii Bro Vii out at in town lil Lily Iven mlle North of Hwn to Mlynko in favor of Jim who a Mali i to in in to the Luft to cur to Attar advices from Tho re Pili Llu incl into Ali in the revolution in Mwangin Here Tilli. At sunt Limo in Crew Milt Well firmed Meh risen under the com m Atill of Damon and v. Hayes. Want Are very influential in those and a ironed the urgent Al with several other is funerals comma link fairly forces. I forty thud ii j by Sinf to the Philip pinks by new Wall Washington a gift a Pearn probable from developments Dur ing Tho past two Days in the War department that Secretary Root has in contemplation an army of Avail Able men for the Philippines. While or. Root has been at the head of Tho department Only a Brief time he has been making Dill Kent inquiries among the Bureau chiefs re Garding supplies and equipment Ami the trend of his questioning has been in direction of an increase in the military Force in the Eastern archipelago. Lbs the president w1u. Enjoy Deer shooting. I Plattsburg. N. X. Aukrust 3.-mrs, Mckinley s Belth is improving Randly. To Day she went driving twice the presi Dent holding the reins both times. Mrs Mckinley. Returned very much refreshed. Tho Deer Hunting season will open one week from next tuesday and president Mckinley will have Opportunity of in Joy Luff the sport is some of the finest Hull off pro find in Tho Are within a few hours journey. Am off the pc aident a callers to Dot was or. A. D. Tolci Wardson of West can sey a firmer seventy years old who walked Oil the Way for Ort his Home to Thi hotel n distance if fifteen Miles t Shako hands Ullh the president of tin United or. Mckinley him warmly Ami with him Sveri minutes. T tails. New York s governor Speaks at Ocean Grove. Politics and decent politics was his was a Strong plea for the Imperial. Policy. Ocean Grove n. J., August governor Thieodore Roosevelt of new Fork was the guest of Honor at the Ocean Grovo summer school when he delivered an address upon practical politics and decent poli tics before an audience of peole. At Ocean Grove he was met by a great crowd Ana one Hundred bicyclists escorted hint to his stopping place. In front of the House a company of boys dressed As rough riders saluted him to great Delight. Audience to night was so extra ordinarily enthusiastic that governor Roosevelt was obliged to beg the people of moderate their cheering. Governor Roosevelt spoke on prac a col Lajla tics and decent he said in part it is Idle fur the mass of Good cite is to try to set Theta weaves apart rot responsible for our Shorto Monjes. In end the politicians must be exactly what the people allow them to be. They represent the web the vice perhaps the virtue per Hsipi he of Tow people. Thin in the least excuse bad. And we twist keep in mind he fact that every Wili Taclan. Ilove All every swedes Fml Pihil clan. To wow Fence to Remlow men Immer decent men. Who Are not More Ike Terent Thun Ever. But it a taming the to not forget we Are to blame for permitting Lig Eli Tenee. Again do not fall into the mistake o thinking that we still Over of Fluke better by Hyb Terles n any or it to Notton int we should have tolerated in a City like to . Ait against Lien it is Nee Zimry to War not on of Poi Lenl Estre Letroy but on ground of Elen Wolary term Ltd. The nor tent the to i Mem our in philippine. We our Ptah into the Rotten of tips Neh government. In he Phil went we built Jig Down in wis if unit u i now u we Are Worth Nur place among the great nations of Tho we met to it that the fw4nx Are cleared the Tempie a Justice and i feisty reared in Mieir Guliy of wrong to immunity if in the we Retreat Sav Tuffery Milend of Urmi l7.lng a Sli Tahle government which shall guarantee jew Taco to every one arid an unit tit wire of to those who show themselves worthy of t. It will Call for but the merest fractal in of our strength prov Klein Only we Chouse to that strength. If. Liow ver the people let their Epremi a clock in Chin Gratis hamper the admin it ration is did last Winter when Hoy a Fusil to put the army upon a proper fooling then Thi Lien re a dec i a Ruivos Lii thank if the War lingers with k and increased the people Ikic to is to to to i kick up the president to the till in seeing that the outburst of Flavih once f6r All and what is even Inore to Sec hut these new Tropic in Tho cast and West alike Are not to the prey of and spoils men but Tiro governed primarily in the in Terest of their inhabitants and there fore ultimately for Tho Honor and re Nown of governor Roosevelt spent the it Fth it vice president Hobart s summer Home at Norwood. Short lengths at half Price last night july 3j, ended the greatest and most successful Clearing Sale it. Wayne Ever had and naturally left a great Many remnants in All departments Lii order to close them out quickly we will Start tues Day morning August 1st. And continue during the week to sell every Short length at half Price remnants Range in length from j to to yes. Fol lowing Are a few of the different kinds of remnants remnants of half Price remnants of embroidery. Remnants of lining. Remnants of summer remnants of worsted. Remnants of . Remnants of Silks. Remnants of ribbons. Kem Nantje of remnants of calicoes.----. Remnants of Gingham. Tiv Nants of Outing flannels. Remnants of Percale. Remnants or shirting. Remnants of ticking.-. Remnants of remnants of item nails of Kenn Nett of s Rega Rellna the Otto it only1 toll or flan since if essence of the fever i own to the hers it Din or. Wyman the flow inf for or. Volcker a. The Home it Melon and e Tot Iraq Ine to or. Rfcs Lvpl from the Homo lift us wifi Hillera it Llie who wore on huh fit the Jund Biily. The by it lit n. In Linier of the to Mannii tie Conie sick Ullh Lyle Fevry. A com the Satot . An obj13ction to a firm be cause recommended it. New York August morn ing session of the Manet committee was largely Given Over to the examination of Francis t. Langtry commissioner of correction As to the methods adopted by the now famous architectural firm or Horenn Slattery in their dealings with the department of correction. Nothing sensational was elicited though the interesting fact was brought out that of the witnesses objections to the employment of Withers a Dickson the architects was that United states senator Han no. Had written letters recommending an Ohio Iron company which they represented. During the afternoon a number of the members of the municipal Council appeared before the Mazet committee and explained their views upon mentions relating to the double municipal Sembly. There was a wide difference of opinion among them As to the value of the second House. No new yellow fever ca8e8. The situation thought to be Moris encouraging. Washington August Yel Low Rover situation at Hampton continues favourable and encouraging in the opinion of the officials of Tho Marine Hospital service. It la hoped to confine the disease to the soldiers Home and Phoebus but surgeon Genera Wyman thinks it too Early to make a go one these to mints of worsted Good and Antn daughter a Alco school Drew for Little Money. Bums Low prices will continue on All summer cd veg and shirt f 70 and 72 Calhoun St. Be of the Puiul Tler in title a Lloil of to whom they Wei i most of Tho fair Torti Autmy Ivo Sci Northern Cut Law. Slur town fell in win in front for i Roe to no kit. My the in Noth Luk Lii Civy Artil Tiit in Sood Tiu Lrol is Liv ing a int Hencil. Urgani Itig rom irk wild to prevail lit Newport news that the Kovi Ratiu it Erin Hanii tin Mil to be Virtlow fever. Or. Yinan Ami 5irn enl Inch wild to Nikl t that much information Toful to utter of that known for thut in yellow fever Cable news a Fiill a Rill to Llu United flip oink i of a Ifil As i i result of Lii Nile Villim to ik-.-Iwki-. Ii in Cimbol Jitong Olmi he will take. Tile Niti Bahador will return to . Compile the some conf Cinco Thuro will fur in of Clorer. Ii will in Biilly retire from kit Valri in March or april lord i . La rail him the Ali Iskui Mcgoll halons which i Jim during the hot weath on hit in rival in Washington. Lvi a Tinch who m spending to Vic Pitlon no Hottie City has accented Dimil Liin with a Parijo Lunil wire How of South i Send and will take up ii it in a Short Lime. Golden the Are you going to take a trip if to we Are Here to help you get rfcs by. We the Oil or trunk and travelling bag department on 1st floor in the City. Call and see for yourself. Golden the Hatter 96 Calhoun Opp. Fruit House

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