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Fort Wayne Journal (Newspaper) - July 1, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana FORT WAYNE MORNING JOURNAL FRIDAY JULY 1 1898 ASSISTANT SAYS IS a graduate oi the PRINTERS STRIKE STATK IN AT HOME Tin COAST op SAYS ASSISTANT WILL UK WITHIN Hying wilt i fur coast of Spain next Monda said Assistant ol Hie N Allen The Newark will be the Unship us was the original intention as Admiral has Hint damage by very The Would in- ready sail it not fact time will be to till the All air taking mi and and 1 thai the work will he hy Sunday uf Spain will be ed in The Mart will be made from MASTER STROKE BY CONSUL IN AIX IS AND THK IS IAL JOIN or YOKK June In M mi I He spoke r bin Suites he said in I In- wast HUH A I f A INK AND C i in K the navy exercises nf the decree f H- college iiii it did when start was made IVw The han ami friends of the young everything possible within lair who in state have been in this work United States Consular A just made H master stroke which he reports to department While tlic Spanish ships seeking permission of the government lo take coul at Port Said tin consul iir sue in quietly buying UP all of the available al that port This amounted to tons and it is in a good place In In shipped to Dewey serve as a base of supplies for it enters the Mediterranean or to rnal any American vessels that may the Suez canal bound to the Asiatic station if it should he decided that it is permissible for warships t take coal on at Port Said The reached thy department the press reports that Admiral is tu leave boat de- at Port Said would lie unable to weather the soons that in tlie Indian ocean at this season is believed at the navy de- to presage tlie of the squadron and the the cruise to the Philippines As these torpedo bout dest proven cross tlu Atlantic in bad weather it is ed at the department the real son for turning them back is one thai IK almost chronic in the navy namely a down of the ma chin cry of the craft out the torpedo destroyers Audax and thore is very little left in I lie squadron of un from the and the los V nml the dropping of the ers will weaken Camera's squadron so materially that his defeat by Dewry is 1 if they should thyn come together EDWARD MARSHALL BETTER WASHINGTON June Accurate information concerning the condition nf Marshall correspondent nf tin Kew Journal who was at the battle of wa at a late hour when the message was received from General PLATA ESTS Cuba via Hayti June of war Edward Marshall ed belter Olivette should be kept here About forty men hat doctor will send back by first opportunity to Key SHAFTER Major General Commanding law were mil in lo on their entrance Uliuli 111 The with ion ul the Divine by Hr C I as the whose was on the was un- delayed was and it iy Miss II Schrader was one of he T J was an able and to impress parents students alike the or tlie battle with the world He nave very pointed advice grounded cm and address was throughout of tlie helpful kind that ikes its effects lelL The address was delivered by Dr C II who baid in A is always an in- and pleasing occasion to Hie who have their school studies and he honors and rewards due to faithful life In latter days higher standard tuned in every branch of us in every In form times the professions were to sons of fewer mental and but The doctor the lawyer and the man must lie educated men men to fit them to meet and to handb the And in Jhe Is Some the ol by the nf sympathy approval and of was binding World lie said Dewey's had a marke and t'enelii-ial in lor I'nileil Stales had been a ships Komi thai mir while of men wa fiMin Held and had no or In of as it mir the type jf ith armament an nui hy skilled while the army displayed a lie qualities of troops M fin said that tho rest of was anxiously watching I be a of Elates into circle in tin far ea: Their position if Tli ire trying lo solve tin nf tl upon nC tt alliance which tli exists in- is if LO in our war Hi aie restrained by the that ai movement in that direction would pr an with KnK Thuir discuss our unpr redness for war tlie impossibility r a military until have a army and u vernal service The victory of Admiral Manila nml the ami splendid fort of Lieutenant Holism at Santia mr fathers iit in keen ind advanced methods make prime to the as ell as to tlie professional man ition is foundation of a successful life The benefits of education not confined alone to the pursuit -s educated but as if by a h those who come in contact with are the ects of it Dr Stemen administered some pound to the He lo remember that they had tut just commenced to learn and to now early to apply the knowledge in the school the necessity of honesty ness punctuality sobriety and is which brinsc about quite as much as business acumen and He advised them to be content small and not continental of mir calibre and enthusiasm England statesmen met all Keep the share with us China and open the in the east One You mi join the concert of H is expensive but you cannot unless you belong to tli THE INDIANA OIL FIELD TNI Larrels dry I A CITY COUNCILMAN RESIGNS Ind Inno a of city round the Kirsi nar that 1111 to till the ann thai be was of In- tK with every lillle Uial Speaker Is a and his is a H 1 II Ibe only of mily went lasi so tho full At last milt's session city council appointed ot e in A GREAT HAT HARVEST Ind The of tli hundred are at work this year is ami il is estimate to Mill he bay is misch better than my n in of it is I-e lo and is SPANIARDS HAVE EVACUATED CANEY General Lawton's Fiv Miles Kast of de Cuba Wed June 0 via Kingston Tune sn The have practically evacuated Caney to de Cuba where they i believed to have liati troops INDIANA SOLDIER GOES WRONG June 0 cases nf typhoid developed at Camp Al include Captain Applewaite of In dinnn Frank Company T Indiana while intoxicated attempted run amuck in tli He was driven hit a cell TaU put in irons and will be Haled band Our interests will always bo and EDITOR B B JOHNSON RETIRES P R Joh fall into the t of thinking that education placed them above the nf common labor All work and it is the mental that should be in the n the educated person that elevate am dignify all forma of labor Uncoil split and ditches and mules when a shirt job s not to be had It is the spiri evinced by men as these tl fails to win was Frank Kenneth Hills It was an nbl production and delivered in cood The diplomas were conferred by Prof F 1 county superintendent who spoke JL few words of con and advice to tiie class LATE NO TOWNSHIP CASE YET nin NOT IIANI> IT DOWN TO-DAY A N A 1 nd remc court a man hy tn U of the state ex rd Harrison which Ibe nd equal of township in the state of Indiana t early two innser tlian tlie term f bleb were elected Th clerk buty for an hour after the opinions ir the day lind been down in mut this the court re that tho ease will be decided TO LOSE ITS CLUB NO srr NATIONAL cell later j I It is CATHOLIC CHAPLAINS p Gibbons wont he hnd an interview with dcnt chaplains th army nn his return his eminence his visit t the 1 TIv ry T fact 1 soMiers Til that h r t any details s will lw t tin dinal any i- war t an in a MAINE ION AND TIM HONORS FOR DEWEY of indeed it is is already writt tlie List day of t decision may be 1 on editor ot tlie Item of city will etire and lie will be 1 who lias tlie in the paper Mr for a dozen Mr will In- one of tally in rom year and ability in the journalistic line In politics lie is but Ilom will not li lilies the ai it is tn continue Upon an basis was with the interests it coming here in 31.00 They a them A to Hi viii ut MAX BASE BALL TO-DAY AS TO INSURANCE court he CMS Hark school township th ami Trust i the circuit court held tli Tor the cost of he and furniture in th Mansfield vs Fort Wayne the called at from the board to the debt The from special tiy way insuring Tty Tire may be inferred In- power I nay r such nid duty imposed a bin to take care of it A ON A supreme court of tin cinuit court of Dearborn In the nf HARTNETT Fire Accident Plate Boiler Employers Liability Equitable Life leal Estate Money to loan Northeast Comer Berry and Clinton to having run I-y in and killed i i at Aurora bnl the In Id to Hut kill Hint as May In r ui an- iy th it f 1 tif f the IMS li lo Ui m- WITHOUT PARENTAL CONSENT AND HAVE A QUIET John Smith the Wayne township dairyman is n man of many troubles lie stood Sergeant Stevens at tin police station last ami poured out such a of tribulation and that the the oC lob was enacted over again Mr runs a on the road about two miles from the city Amons his possessions yesterday mon were a milk wagon with a double team sundry milk and other over which presided checked hiss yf eighteen Smith's daughter Minnie When the vent down everything was gone Minnie did not appear nor was to be seen of the wagon twim and Mr Smith began to investigate anO lie learned that Jacob the sot f his nearest neighbor had also to town and bad to come home Jacob was a handsome country youth and the ciders recalled having between the youni indicated that Dan THE TURF rth fifth and the T and third tin Six i ft BASE BALL TO-DAY vs TELEGRAPH AUP TELEPHONE TO SANTIAGO at hie work Mr Smith at jumped to tlie that young people had eloped in the t wacon and he cams post haste lo city He found that his daughter I driven to the city as was h and delivered to all customer Several persons liad durinc the morning kc-1 thy officers t help him his and thought thv lady and hv would K1 t take car lie m selves but hv in term n tion about the milk Tho up t a hod in locating tho Mr Smith ivt a bad it is 1 fact that THE SPORTING NEWS Vit McClellan contest in ic arena of the Athletic nb to-night came to tui li in tenth round when the urser was knocked out From start men up well and honors about evenly In the tenth lie light Was fast and Gardner with terrific force left and on tho pit oC thr and McClelland collapsed in an stant LOUISVILLE June The light ight before the Athletic Case of the northwest antl light weight oC rld ended in L Dobbs n a foul From the tap of the jell until the ninth roun Case fouled lored man In the ninth he grasped Dobbs about Hie throat and rally tried to choke liim to death The fit once gave the light to Dobbs a foul decisive blows wero aruck in the preceding rounds though he tighting was very lierce he WHIRL OF THE WHEEL he champion rider won llu ton-mile nice from f nt the Sims in the and went under wire f Minneapolis wort the heat n a OH tho for that tlie final mile of tbo and on spin it niver ivirk i tl CM in i Ho thv put it ix ill of father's I li Jicht hatF t jutt at I 5 SI given S Spring Beach Hotel at Home City is place lo stop while visiting thai beautiful
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