DEWEOID IT. He Has at Last Been Heard From by the Naval Authorities. BE DESTROYED THE SPANISH FLEET AND HAS MANILA AT HIS MERCY. Only One American Killed and Six Wounded—Spanish Loss is Very Heavy. Big Naval Battle is Expected Tomorrow in the Vicinity of Porto Rino Spanish Fltset Destroyed. Bpwlal to fn« 'Chicago, May T.-The Tribune's exclusive cable from Manila says the result of the battle was the destruction of the entire Spanish fleet, Washington, May 7.—A second «lev«n vessels being lost beside 300 killed and 400 Injured. On the Amnrlcan side there were none killed dispatch from Dawey states that he and six injured. None of the vessels I nad taken the fortification and ellect- Relna Christiana, Castillia, Don An tonla, De Ulloa, Don Juan de AuS' trla, Veiasco, nil cruisers; the Elcano, General Lezo, Marvuis del Duero, both gunboata. Isle de Lemdau an armed transport. of tlie American fleet were damaged. The navy department, at 9 o'clock this morning, received a cipher despatch dated Hongkong, presumably from Dewey, which is now being translated. Chicago, May 7.—News has been recoived that Commodore Dswsy's official report was sent over the Erie telegraph lines from New York to Chicago this morning, announcing the annihilation of the Spanish fleet as complete. Bight vessels were sunk or destroyed, 400 sailors killed and 100 wounded. The American vessels suffered little damage and only one American sailor was killed and ten wounded. The report will probably be verified today. Key West, May 7.—Another Spanish prize, the brig Pransqueti, w*a brought in here this morning. It was captured by the Montgomery. Martinique, WInward Islands, May 1.—Five war ships, supposed to be Spanish vessels, were sighted off here this murnlng. They were bound ia a northerly direction and mtgtt be heading for Porto Rico. Washington, May 7.—The official report from Admiral Dewey has been received.. It states that he has si* linced the batteries completely at Manila. That he cut the cable himself and that he has the bay and everything else at his mercy. He has, however, been unable to tafce possession of the town of Manila for lac* of men to land. The vessels he has destroyed were Isle de Cmba. ed a landing at Cavlte. He hsdi 256 wounded Spanish prisoners, and the town of Manilla Is at his mercy and could be taken at any time, and he is not in serious need of anything at present. Chicago, May 7.—Private advices say that H. I. Wtiighara, correspondent of the Chicago Tribune, had been captured and shot by Spaniards in Cuba. Cadiz, May 7.—A man named Boyer was arrested and imprisoned here for attempting to telegraph the movements of Spanish war ships. Madrid, May".—Renewed rioting and conflicts between mobs and police have occurred at various points Washington, May 7.—It has been decided to send transports with troops and supplies to Commodore Dewey. The City of Pekin will be used for thati purpose and will be escorted by the cruiser Charleston. By direction of the president, Secre tary Long sunt the following' cable dispatch to Commodore Dewey: "The president, in the name of the American people, thanks you and your offi oers and men for the splendid ac chievemeot and glorious victory. In recognition of which he has appointed you acting admiral and will recommend a vote of thanks by congress. Rochester, N. Y., May 7.—Mrs. O. F. Willla.ms, wife of the United States couiml to Manila, received the following cable message this morc- Ing from her husband at Hongkong "Spanish surrendered. Am well." Miss Mary Manly entertained the "Cooking Club" this afternoon at her home on Broadway. MARION M'BKIDE. i. F among Worker For the W. 0. T U. In Boston. One of the famous workers in the W. 0. T. U. ranks and one who stood very close to Frances Willard, is«Marion MoBride of Boston. She is a tireless worker and an authority on pure foods. Everywhere she goes, she recommends JPostum, the famous food drink, for she knows of Its g reat work in furnishing a pure,toothsome, hot beverage for breakfast, muck like coffee in appearance and taste, but made by food experts from parts of field grains, selected to furnish braia and nerves with the food demanded by nature. It ia especially welcome to those who find distress and disease follow coffee drinking. Grocers supply It at 15 and 25 cents per package. BAlLROiD BREVITIES. Short Items of Interest Gathered From Manr Sources. The employes of the Wabash at Fort; Wayne have raised a pole two hundred feet high and purchased a large flag, which is to float from it until Cuba is free. Switchman Hench, of the Panhandle, a son of John H. Hench, had his left thumb and tirst finger mashed last Dight while making a coupling ID t;he Soutbside yards. He lost a part of his thumb. The fast train which the Wabash will put into service between St. Louis and New York May loth, will be known as the "Continental Limited. It will run via the Canadian branch of the system. .Railroad earning for April show a steady increase, notwithstanding the complaints of the passenger men that the war has reduced the amount of travel. The Erie Bail way company has ooened a ticket office in the Grand Pacific hotel in Chicago, which is said to be the finest appointed office in the country. A collision occurred on the Panhandle near Tlpton last night. Two freight trains collided. Toe locomotives and several cars were damaged. The crews escaped injured. 'Next montu the Vandalia will put on a fast passenger train to leave Terre Haute at 1 p. m. and reach St. Joseph at 7:20 p. m. The answering train will leave St. Joseph at 7:30 p. m. and reach Terre Haute at 10:30 p. m., the trains to ba run dally. This will be the best service ever furnished on the Michigan division. The bulletin of she assessment of marks on the Wabash this time contains announcements of some merit marks being applied,something that has not appeared on any of the previous bulletins, though undoubtedly they have been made In some Instances. This time a conductor, brakeaaan and engineer are given ten merit marks for good service on a fast freight run. Among the assessments of demerit marks thirty are against a conductor who carried a man in the caboose without a pass, twenty for a brafceman and thirty for an engineer for f/equenttng saloons. Engine No. 605, one of the new flyers recently ordered by the bash railway company, was received at Fort Wayae Wednesday, and steamed up and run out on the track today. It is one of the highest types of engines ever manufactured, It weighs 141,500 pounds; its fire b Is 42* by 10U inches. Inside measurement; blaze area, 30 square feet, and heating surface, 2,409$ square feet. This increased fire box dimension, over the freight engine, is made possible by the difference in the arrangement of the drivers. The freight has six drivers, while the passenger engine has only four, a fifty-inch trailer taking the place in Its make-up which in the freight engine is occupied oy the rear drive wheel. As the drivers are sixty-two inches In diameter and the trailer much less, there is a considerable drop, which is utilized In Increasing the fire box. The tank: haa a capacity of 4,502 gallons of water and ten tons of coal. Attention, Singers. The active members of the Gsrmania Singing Society will meet at the hall this evening. GEO WIBGAND, Pres. Special For Tonight. Belts. We have as many belts as Indiana lends soldiers in the battle field, and at all prices from oc to J3.50. Just received this morning one lot of patriotic belts with the national colors and military buttons. from 35c I and up. Marseilles Spreads. Another lot of fine Marseilles spreads just received, which we will sell lor tomorrow at 98o. Boy's and girl's bicycle hose, all sizes, fast black, heavy ribbed, the 20c kind goes for Saturday at 12Jc. Your choice of 50 pieces embroideries, from narrow to- extra wide widths, lor skirts. They are worth from 20c to 35o a yard. Your choice of entire loG for Saturday, I4ca yard. TALUED AT Seven Hundred Thousand Dollars ffas M»j. Doxey's Estate. The will of the late Major Doxey, of A.ndernoa, was filed for probate yesterday in that city. The estate is roughly estimated at $700,000. He divided his wealth among his immediate relatives. Much of his fortune was invested in Anderson real estate. Besides this he had bonds, stocks, notes and securities, which he directed to be divided equally between bis wife am<3 daughter, Mrs. Benepe, Base Ball. The iocjal team and the Chicago Unions crossed bats yesternay at the park. The game resulted in a victory for the Unions. • Attendance was, small on account of other excitement of the day. Another game was played! this afternoon, too late for the Pharos to give the result. Roy Allison, of Spencer, Ind.,is visiting,J. B. Stanley and family of Brlnghursli street. T» loan, Monej, Sis Per Cent, On city or farm property, as also on personal security.—Jordan Heoht, 400 Broadway, Winfield block. ADDITIONAL ITEMS. Hooley, the tailor ; can please yon. Plenty butter and eggs,Rothermel. Special sale tonignt—Golden Rule. Joseph Smith, residing south of the city, is dangerously ill, Try McHale's old whiskies. They will surely make you patriotic. Yesterday afternoon as the train bearing the Loginsport volunteers to Indianapolis was about to leave the Panhandle station the local W. 0. T. U. delivered 140 carnations to Capt. Bender with the req uest, that he distribute them aiiong his men. To * m>KC CRAFC CREAM OF TARTAR POWOC1 OR, CREAM BAKING pommt Awarded Highest Honors, World's Fair Odd Medal, Midwinter Fair Why popular? because It's the store that gives you the bargains }us& as advertised. An Important Underwear Sale for Saturday. 50 doien children's long sleeve gau/e vests In line quality, also pants to match, sizes 16, IS, 20 and 22— yonr choice of any size tomorrow at only lie •50 dozen children's loog sleeve gauze vests In fine quality, also pants to match, sizes 34, 26 and 28—your choice for Saturday only I3c. 100 dozen long sleeve ribbed vests, pure white, all sizes, would really be cheap at 2;*c for Saturday, at I Hi. One lot of children's ribbed seamless waist", in sizes from 2 to 12 years, for Saturday at 15c. tOO dozen men's Balbrlggan «Wrts and drawers, all sizes, others would consider them cbeap for 50c, our prica for tomorrow only 25ce»ch. A Handkerchief SeasatJM. Our Kew York buyer bought • big- lot of fine embroidered linen handkerchiefs which we will place on ul« at a great bargain for you Saturday. Tue goods are worth up to 50o »od your choice for tomorrow is only 19c. In Oar MHlinerr Department. The Golden Rule, like »ny other first class city store, has Its imitators —of course that's to be expected. See our east window for prices on GttiUUiery. We will show tomorrow elegant hats at 49c, 79c, »l.*3 and $1.98, well worth up to *3 50. Oonae tomorrow to the SGHMITT & s Every day Brings S imething .New in pring Shoes T—T 7\ ~\ T "C?" You been around yet to see JLJLjr\. Y JL2\ JACOB HERZ'S line of Spring Suitings, etc. If you have not, call at ail the tailor establishment in the city, and then go and see his prices and if you can not be suited then, it is because you don't want to buy, as he has all he Novelties of the season, such as See the latest colors in Magennta, Gray, Tan and Olive colors.The handsomest' colors and. most Exquisite 'Etc. A kind invitation extended to all. Yours truly, Styles imaginable, beautifully designed and something quite different from those you have ever seen. Equally as handsome in Misses' and Children's Shoes SEE THE/ft, Stevenson & Klinsick. 403 Broadway. No Ghost of a Doubt but what Marshall does the best work of any laundry in the city. "We have the finest machinery made, use excellent eoap and starch, and our employes are trained to do their "work carefully. G-ive us a trial. Both 'phones 110 Marshall's Laundry, 608 Broadway. each bouquet was attached a little card containing a scriptural quotation. Try a cup of best Java with cream at McHale's. Miss Daisy Dern, of Flora, is visiting in ttie city. Jacob Shafer, one of Walton's oldest citizens, Is bad sick. Spring iamb—Rothermel's meat market this eve., rear of grocery. Miss Etta Kimner has gone to Moorehouse, Bio., to join her father and brother. M. M. Hughes 328 fifth streot for gas fitting. All job work proiaptly attended to. Best guaranteed piano tuning done by Wm. Steinhart, 624 Race st. Repairing a gpeclalty Bell Tel. 314. Natural gas bills for the mouth of May are due and pajable at the: company's office on or before the 10th inst, Joseph H Rhodes, democrat, will contest the election in which he was defeated by three votes for mayor of Hartford City. D. C. Justice today filed the com- .plalnt of Henry 3 Tanner in u salt against A.. R. Shroyer and others to collect a note for $1,000. Rolliti Place, son of W. B. Place, celebrated his 10th birthday anniversary last evening by entertaining a dozen of his little friends in a delightful way. H. J. McSheehy and wife left today for New Orleans, La., and will be absent a week. Mr. Sheefoy will represent the local lodge of Elks at the meeting of the grand lodge at New Orleans next week. Commissioner Fickle today sold 180 acres of land in Tipton township toG.W. Funk for $5,500. The land WM the property of Flora ML Lewis, and was sold to satisfy a judgment; la favor of Sarah F. Lewis. The Johnston .>oase saloon haa changed hands. K., an Taylor aold to John Groves, lat of Lsi'ayettc. Frank Williams, an exporienc«d clerk, is behind the bar. Mr. Taj lor and family have removed to* West Virginia. STRIPES, CHECKS, JACOB HRR.Z Luiriuer, Lath, Shingles, Sash, Doors, Blinds, injs and Ladders. Cheaper Than Rveri THOMPSON LUMBER CO. Sixth & High Sts. OPENING DISPLAY OF Spring Suitings! An Exhibition of Choicest Woolens and Novelties. JOHN CARROLL, The Tailor, 1222 Broadway. Some ©tores Pan Undersell All Others: and yet make as much money. If the business—like -this business—IB hif enough W run its own factory—und handle the entire production or several cloth 0 mills—and commands enough ready cash to take advantage of *11 concessions that ready cash constantly wins—it has decided advantage every other store in this community. We are the only manufacturing iers in Loaaasport—and no other «tore here will name our low price* tor the same class of clothing. "High grade Clothing at fair prices' Where else can you find it? Monev back if dissatisfied. MRN'S SUITS If we weren't manufacturers you wouldn't have such suits at $7^.50 « yo» caoihave now.—Think of nobby ail-wool fabrics—carefully sewed with silk fcy first-class tailors—and lined and trimmed substantially that they'll hold t»g«tfcer just a long as the cloth itself.—Besides the fancy patterns, -we silflo have <he pl»» black Clay Worsted in the 17.50 line. |-10 would be fair price for them— tf»«f» what othe'r stores ask, and so would we if we d-dn't dp the maliag ourselvw—f 10, $20.00,113.50 and 1115 00 are the nest grades—and the saving grows larger u tb« prices go higher. 'Do yon know "the famous Hub'* maker Don't let tbi*«piin pass without getting acquainted with us. Save from 50c to 11,00 on emck pur- chas of yoor hats by buying at » THE HUB. Harry Frank's Old Stand| Fourth St.
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