You have viewed 1 newspapers today. Please Register in order to view more newspapers.
We are retrieving your image from the archive...
We are converting your image into tiles...
Fort Wayne News, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana As a General an SOLDIERS ARE IN CAMP NEWS FROM THE BOYS Conducting a campaign looks to his base of plies so success in a department is assured when the base of supplies are here supported by the best and largest lines of Laces to be found in this city bought exclusively for the Retail Trade We would like to interest you in our White Goods and Lace Departments Conducted by ladies who can be of assistance to you in making selections Do You Want to Save Money If so purchase your Underwear of us Our are garments everyone and more as women like to have them made The Black Cat Brand of Stockings for Boys and Girls recognized by buyers as the best Perfect Black Sustaining and Building Up An Elegant Hosiery Business For this house A line of Ladies colored ings reduced from 50 cents a pair to 15 cents a bargain A few things to which we Invite your attention to our Special Prices on Black Dress Goods AH wool Batiste 36 inches wide 35 cents All French Serge 35 inches wide 37 cent All wool Henrietta 44 inches widh 35 cents 95 cent Henrietta for 65 cents 44 inches wide Black Mohairs in plain and brocades from 25 cents to an elegant assortment A line of Crepons from 50 cents to a yard A special bargain in a Brocade Wool Mohair at 35 cents Call at our store for the May number of Fashions Corner Calhoun and Columbia Fort Wayne Ind IF YOU WANT MONEY For any purpose remember you can ways get it at the Allen County Loan Saving Association 32 EAST BERRY STREET You will bft treated kindly and at any and all times and a full explanation of iU dollar monthly plan given you Shares to investing and borrowing members fire one dollar each per month or as much more as desire Money only loaned in Allen county and on real estate security stock is now L being paid off each month GOTTLIEB Pro ERNEST W COOK BiCYClES i J W BELL ii and 13 E Columbia St STOCK OF SPUING AND MER WAS NEVER SO IN EVERY AS NOW RABUS NO 10 WEST BEERY ST 20 IMPLI A Tallow Pongs Calcium Light Dim and our bailie ship Van Dyke Eaton Co TEN CENTS And llu charge lur on Surplus S W anil Sts Stephen liond Oliver Vice President C Cashier Jeneral Law ton Greets the Fort Wayne Soldiers at Camp Mount Boys Hot Springs at Home Mir I o r t a b I e Medicated Vapor Baths are Un- for Skin Diseases monia Insom nia Gout Etc Etc See Them and Get Prices General Agent 101 CALHOUN ST FORT WAYNE IND MONEY TO LOAN ON HEAT OR PERSONAL CURITY C P ROOMS 0 7 BASS BLOCK AT LOW RATE OF INTEREST Tlie Hamilton National Bank will pay per cent interest on deposits left four months from this date and wilt receive us it always baa done deposits of or over Best line of Mackintoshes in the city at Reuben S All the Indiana troop an- now rcd at which is miles from The ride from Indianapolis to camp me of demonstrations The were cheered to the echo all along he route The in Indiana towns ii wore remark a hie and lati all tho river craft whistled a peed as wi eroded tbo river H all llm lowers aboard through Kentucky i lid were rations we would lave subsistence for a While ng in he here a was bold iit the station and Col and his baud accepted an ion tu participate At Somerset Ky whore and ions were issued Company F of on t bull dog ami hid him under ionie baggage where ho was rescued by he assisted by railroad after a spirited scrap Dad Walker of and Privates Sampson of were horn in Kentucky Not a came ier the surgeon's care The Indianapolis and Fort Wayne had a long weary march to his morning the railroad landing them it from whence they i half dozen miles along the famous road to the foot of Snodgrass hill ind there at noon sank down almost listed Uie day being very sultry The thor of Marching Through Georgia in a said Private and Ibis epitomised the of the tired artillerymen Only mcc on the road was there a stop and that was at Cloud Springs for water Captain of Fort Wayne and of Indianapolis remained it lo care for the baggage rates Sheerer and Nichols of old Battery were the first artillerymen lo the park Tin priests is the sobriquet already mod by Colonel men have now fixed near Widow Kelly's old house The tcM a smd decided that they wear no hair on their faces and be word went to every company lo shave The impediments to be left on the battle will include Surgeon board side of Scott of Angola and uf Captain besides many other groomed hedge rows More than of the and at least 01 third of the men will make the necessary This regiment was brigaded with Pennsylvania and Wisconsin regi menu making the third brigade of the division under I commanded Indiana troops teen minutes short time later exhibiting 11 telegram him tu Tampa Tho w-nior col- I of the regiments will now command the brigade hopeful of having Indiana men under him T don't think 1 i shown much consideration by the In- iiii governor according to pi wiid lie 1 was an Indiana mini and it was unnecessary I mo us uas done I have SL groat many friends in northern Indiana and they c prompt to their thai such a was stirred up over tho Icl MAY STILL IN Lieutenant Colonel liny of the eminent Uie who mustered in the Indiana troops is still here and does not know how scon be can get away Hiving three mils of the of company prepared one to with the adjutant general of one with the adjutant eral of stale and the other to be il over to the company TWO Word was received from Washington yesterday of Uie appointment of Harry S New as assistant adjutant with the rank of major and of the ment of W F English as with the rank of captain appointments are in the States volunteer tier vice Last night there stood in the lobby of the principal hotel here an whose waa prominently broached in con- with the Indiana a few ago This waa Brigadier General Lawfon whose promotion from a cy it was thought the destruction of Wm 1 chances for ment HA a brigadier General was at all times the of an inter- esting group which changed from time to time as new volunteer came in and were introduced lo him Captain Ii Curtis of and Captain lUnko of Fort Wayne were among the first of this class of officers l-c bo presented lo the general and after an hour's chat they left charmed with the personality of man General Law ton it will bo remembered was a volunteer during the civil war and iu a native ol Indiana He recalled pleasantly Ilia ae iu Hoosierdom llo staled that he bad no information as yet as to the brigade ho is to command at magua Some of tlie Indiana men especially the Fort Wayne boys after looking General Lawton over hoped that might be under his charge boys and the In- Light Artillery wore obliged to march eight miles lo camp from a town called The boys slept iu their all Hanke and Cap- tain Curtis remained ut the station to look after Uieir baggage Tim camp Is a beautiful spot and after the march the boys were greatly and enjoying the scenery WITH All day Monday the railroad from Louisville to Chattanooga had train after train of volunteers from the north and northwest passing south and in nearly every town on the loute business seemed suspended in order that the inhabitants might do honor lo the men wearing tho luo Colonel regiment as as artillerymen from Indiana in the very fire xones of and stood out bravely against i pelting of roses and HOWLLS Cleary of tho Fort ery and Johnson of the Artillerymen deserve in the for rallant manner in which conducted The Fort Wayne had iia berth piled high with tho fragrant roses which were aimed at him the patriotic young women of these The colored along lliu mule and in Ibis part of be they form no inconsiderable of the population were in showering the on The Indiana troops breakfasted at Vashville at J Monday morning The trip to was made serious mishap One inn started in to a Nashville iceman at the station and was only de- red by the combined efforts of live of i fellows who seized him and carried n to bis coach The soldiers were to a extent indifferent to the ions provided for them by Uncle Pain or tho journey relying more on the counters en route for their ler In one thing however the nent is very liberal its soldiers mid hat is in matter of For the wo batteries containing a total of men an allowance of was ile The stipulates that the codec is lo cost 7 cents a pint and caeli man is to have three pints a day can be purchased in quantities than price but Uncle Sam insists 7 cents a pint shall be paid and ex- an AI article MAY GO TO MANILA A from Camp Mount to the After Admiral tory at Manila and the decision of the government to occupy it with troops Governor Mount telegraphed lo war department praying that regiment of Indiana troops should be sent to Manila f it could be done without disarranging plans already formed He bad not enough however for the of Nebraska got in ahead of him ml a regiment of was chosen to accompany division H is under- stood now that instead of as waa pre- planned tending about troops to the under command of General Merrill at least more 111 be Following information then came lo of Harrison in the at Camp Mount yesterday a telegram from him stating that the ment might be iU between Hoing lo Manila and being detailed for coast defence duly at Seattle He asked that they reply and state which service they would prefer tele- graphed to him that the regiment wanted to go to Manila by all means and asked him lo his to have it nent there the ol telegram it be that Indiana may Mid have on tlm field of brilliant victory and when tbo became eral in the camp the boys became over the prospect of and to moan about their in being left behind when other regiments went to A FOUT COMPANY J T returned last night from Chicago whore he attended n meet ing of and lino of Uu Logan regiment of volunteer cavalry to which his troop of horse has been cd Mr holds n ts in this regiment and upon his issued if troopers to report at once at tlie re- Million avenue foi physical and muster Kach man when Uie oath is ed is ordered to bold ready to leave on twelve hours notice As there are only a few days remaining before they will leave to join the ment the boys will drilled each night until ordered away McElfatrick Pays full but from horsemen will still Wayne should highly honored by the acceptance of her hoys into this regiment as hoy wore from thirty-two troops from al central slates who liad their services lo Colonel Logan twelve troops of which could be used am A FATHER IS MISSING wily two of which one Indiana and one Michigan were accepted LOCAL MILITARY NOTES Christ Wollor is now doing duly on the signal corps When the Wayne boys Mount they were each given A tin cup putt a knife and fork Wayne soldier hoys will re- oivo no pay from Hie United lor two months Tin pay will In- iwo months apart Indiana arrived in Camp bourns at and I lie only Kin was K J Jle got is log hurl and is iii lliu lor At tlie Foil Wayne boys vill mod time this week Colonel wion who was for L time mentioned the brigadier general of the brigade He has many mong the veterans of the late war in oil Wayne Some of liU old anny nions think well of him STRAWBERRIES Illinois arc now market We will receive shipments and prices will decline market I test PIT quart THIO NEW and St OUR OWN M APP 106 CALHOUN ST GONE FOR SIX WEEKS Collected Some Money in Fort Wayne and Has not Been Seen Since Notes Six weeks ago Mi- William Butts came o Fort Way no from to collect a from Mr Chapman to pay for ditch done in Uie country When Mr Jutts left his homo lie said that lie vould purchase provisions for bis family vhile in this city Since ho left his home ic has not been seen in the vicinity of After Mr Chapman paid Uie to Dulls nothing has beard of him in Fort Wayne His ice is strangely mysterious Ho left 1 and four children at his loine The delay in reporting the strange has greatly handicapped in working on ho as ho docs not know where to begin The are making inquiries It is said at that Mr Hulls homo life always been ml POLICE NOTES lie police wore last night informed by thai a burglar was attempting force iin entrance into the residence of Dr A K at 210 West Wayne street Sergeant Stevens went lo e but after making a relumed lo Uie station without a prisoner He was unable lo lind any trace of robbers The celt rooms at police ters arc receiving a coat of whitewash ind black paint to-day Lieutenant Lapp s chief decorator Homy 13 scenic artist anil Doyle is the paint thrower This is trio of decorators that cannot be beaten any other gang in or out of jail Henry yesterday reported lh of bis Gordon setter e has offered a reward for return of the dog loo fell in a spasm at tlic corner of Harrison and Washington streets last and was laken to his home Last evening n teacher at the Home for Minded lost a roll of ncar Uie homo There no police court this mori DAIRY COWS TESTED OFFICIAL REPORT following Dairymen have accepted he Health offer to make if cattle they have complied with 11 the requirements nnd have been d certificates showing their herds to he ree from Ceo Ashley Jc Sons Af berger Fred Fahlsing sra William T Gable Sons Wagner L Albro J Peter Wickliff Thos Turflinger no Schmidt Chas linen Gillie Peter Messrs liner KIVO made application for tests of their tests be accurately nadc during the summer months but will i made early in the full Names of the for the Fall will appear rom time to time in tlie Daily 01 Fort Wayne UMBRELLAS Iii ill grades at Henben S THE CASE Horeay Trial Which Will Come Before tho Meeting of the General Assembly trial id one of the rwt important events oil the program ol General Assembly of the Presbyterian church in tbo United which meets at Winona next week The case is to prove as memorable as of u yeara ago On tho 3d inal of adopted lo bly upon the of the recent book of of tlie Union Seminary and especially upon his claim that Hupper is both ami Tho overture which lias been inspired by one of the most eminent of the Presbyterian clergymen lakes ground that the ume is tbo most daring and going attack on the New Testament thai has over Iwen made by any lonelier of the Presbyterian the evidently assuming that Dr is but an- other dangerous illustration of criticism Tho will follow tho presentation of this over- nnd tho action of the assembly upon it will hn with keen interest Air W and wife arc in the eily Mr honn is in Auburn in Tan or Black are the Best in the City for the Price R 279 Webster St t Reuben S for ticket iw of Kiwi returned from a visit with in Terre and Acquire a Stop rent He your own Commence to v ahead While young prepare in a comfortable old ago a lot iu Lakeside Twenty-five down and five lo dollars a will noon make yon the owner of lot likely lo double in value liv lime you have it paid for Any young man and young woman could do that If you have to pay ilown the xmd o will help you to money wilh which to build Lakeside has all the advantages uC the older settled portions of the city Call at Koom 1 Block Cupid the God of love yon lo make the home beautiful for the loved ones so if you want to make your selections of Wall out of an immense line plenty of all kinds from the very cheapest to t he very best to choose from where yon are sure to find goods io please yon to suit your just the kind you have been LOOKING for if yor want to go where they are glad to show yon goods whether you want to liny or not where you arc ALWAYS sure of courteous treatment fair dealing prompt service and lowest prices where they trim your paper without charge and take back at same you paid for any paper you hero left over in if you want to your Wail Taper whore they will treat you afl you would WISH to be treated hoping thereby to morit and your patronage you will go straight to L 0 HULL 90 Calhoun St
Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!
Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.
Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!
24 hours a day Monday-Saturday
Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!
"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.
"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.
"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.