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   Fort Wayne Journal (Newspaper) - July 1, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               FORT WAYNE KQRN1NG JOURNAL, FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1898. IPOBT1SI MS. SWIUTI'AUV ALt.Ki; KXl'KOTS IT MU.MK.NTAItll.V FltuM KltAL KlIAl-TKlfK AKMV. A itA'iTr.K MAY ritKcii'iTATI-ID ANV TIMK NAVV IS TO CO-ul'KltATK. AND AlOltllO is TO TALL TIIK DKLAY To TIIK CADIZ PLKKT A FOItTl'XATK TIUNC I'VU ADMIItAL LUON SKItVlL'l-I IN CIJUA. GARIBALDI IS COMING. IK HAS OIITAINHD 1'KUMISSION OF K1NII HUMIflOltT To KKIu-j-t KOIt WASIMNOTON, JuiiH sltim- (ion lo-niKht, Ki-civUiry Alger si wirranla him In fiiti-rttiiiiltiK tU- Hi-ctiithm or hnporuun tu-ws. A ba iiiiKhl IK luveipUati-d by fltlu-i- side. Kv uin- knows wh.it tin- Spanish dis- imalllon JH, is th.'ix- inueli in hnuttii CfiKTiU Slmfl jiliiii uf attack, allliuUKli In his n It.- Indh-atfd a tu in viirly as shown by Uiu ilvuhtrutluu that lore ht- hattlu. 1.4 and Cctit-ral .SliufterV at Slbntiry. Thu navy will c-D-intL-rute in thu attack uii Santiago, ami part Shall-r's force will movi imiiiL-diiitt-ly upon Casllc, cuii- turu lliL- forts and i-nulilv nnvitl Imiiiclif-s to uptfii thu Kiitv-c'iiy into tin harbor by ivmovitiK the mlia-n, Himftei taking artillery and making al ready fur thy lliial assault upon SanU Tin- Hfi-ond fxpniltinn from Tamp; to ru-cnforci- Shafti-r viiL-ountuix-d as many ditllvultlus as tliu oriKlnai expedi lion In KtUtint! :uvay. it was conlidentlj -exjiecttd u start would lie mmlti Iron Tampa last Mitniiwy. but one dltllcult: after another has urlsc-n. The llugslil] of tlie iixpt-ditlon, tin; Hudson, hai Dwuntr out ready tu lead the proeeaaioi of transports, and is now under way bound for Santiago, while the se  lui-vv nf Ih- patl.-rils itvciiiitlmi Is iil furthiT MM ilrtly small "WAS VESSELS EN HOTJTE TO LIS- HSBON, June is rumored that four American war vessels are on their Way to this city. MACKINAC ISLE. The "Wabasb has on sale round trip i tickets to Mackinac Island foi first clas WARNING TO THE POWEKS. LONDON. June is said tbat there is no doubt the Marquis Salis- bury's speech ot lust night was in- tended as a. hint to the powers that Great Britain is in sympathy with the United States, and it is intimated i ailed forth by Germany's allege attitude in the Philippine question. PAT DAY AT CEICKAMAUGA. CHICKAMAUGA NATIONAL MILI- TARY PARK, June 30, Preparations for the payment ot ali men at Camp Thomas were completed to-day. The companies were lined up and the rolls called. Yesterday the First corps, under or- ders lor active service, received ten rations. The fact that the full amount of supplies issued i? customary every ten days, is a very strong indi- cation that the troops will not move be- fore the expiration of that time. To-day there was a, very large ilistri good to return until October Slst. The route is via Toledo, and the elegant Steel Passenger Steamers of the U. C. N. Co. Loir rates also to Buffalo. Cleveland. Chicago. Detroit. Dulutli, and all points on the Great bakes. For descriptive books of lake tours, tickets and state room reservations, apply to the Wabash ticket offlce. Phone No 6 21- tf. GO BLACK BASS BITE AND COOL BREEZES BLOW. Take the D. ,t C. Steamers, the lino to Mackinac, for a delightful crui: the Great Lakes. It only costs from Cleveland. Toledo. 513; Detroit round trip, including meals and berths. Send 2c for illustrated pampb- A. A. SCITANTZ. G. P. A.. Detroit, Mich. At Vim Writ tht-ic havf tivtf I'liu disease is, contiiii-il in ihi-ff t'H. Two of thf putifiitK havi- iv- von.il. Ni> ilfiithH liiivi: o.x-nrivd. Thf hoard of [i.-alth of Van is vss UitfilhMittf. riniiill hntiKfs niv .isi-ly uuaiaiitim-il day jind Viu-- is bring and all per- IHIHI'il I', the llim-asr, Inrlll.iing 11 n> lniiliilt-.l. TlnTi; is ivr in visiting eitlu-r Dclplms or Van Wort, ami no invasion for olln-r ities or villages iiuantiitlning against tin-in. Tlie press of small pox at Ill-tin nee my without foundation, no >t the ilisfitsu existing theiv. Ko far as known, tlu-iv JITV no other casos f small pox in Oliiu except, possibly. case lu-ar Cygnet, just reported :is It. KAHLK, I'n-s. C. (i. IMtOMST. Si'c'y. Slate liourd of ilealtli. THE BIG FOUR. INDIANA ItAILHOAL) COIU'OILATION" TAKING IN TIIANCK OF ITS OWN' TO CHI- CAGO. NI-UV Y01MC. June W.-TliP statement Is iiublislii'ii here iii-ilsiy. ;is upon the uu- thoiiiy of [.vrsoiirf iiluntilKil witli the limiiurilcs. tluit tlie Ills is to suciire anil Louisville. President Infills ami I'rt'Sidciit Ltricc ami their several associ- ates in tiio management of the proper- ties have uoinc to a. Qonnlto agreement. The itip Four Is to buy the smaller rojKTiy and is to pay for it outright. This is tlie Urst step in the Biff Four lans looking to a consolidation of inanv- roperties in the cent nil west, espechilfv hose ideiitiiiwl with the bituminous coal nule. Tlie ot the Monon would Rive .be Big four an entrance into Chicago, vhert'iis heretofore It has used the lllin- >is Cuntr.il tracks and terminals. Furthermore, it gives the Big Four con- jiOcrabie. imlianupolls and business, oft much competition those sections. A HANDSOME BOOK FOB A TWO CENT STAMP. IfEW PUBLICA- TION BY THE B. C. LINE. To those who contemplate taking a summer outing, ive will mail for 2c ;e our illustrated pamphlet, which contains a larye nuiiibt-T ot fine en- IKS oC summer resort be- tween Cleveland. Toledo. Detroit and picturosquc Mackinnc. H has many artistic Iialf toiius of points of. Interest the Upper Lake region. Information MrditiK botli short and extended tuurs. cost of transportation and hotel fare. etc. Address A. A. SCITAN'TZ. G. P. A.. Detroit. Mich. S THEKE A WRECK? ivns a rumor about the Petin pylvAni.-i and G. H. ft i. oiftccs Tucsdaj nijrht that ii freight wreck bad occurrei nvar yn G. R. l.. but To Cnro conatluawm Fororvr. Take Cascarcls caniiv Cathartic IDc orsc. If C. C.C. Preserve Your Health Only Attacks the Pellens and Dreier Bros. ALL DRUGGISTS. Kto. For Your Summer Hats, Caps, Underwear, Hosiery and Negligee Shirts 00 TO F. H. BOHNE, 258 Caltioiin St. 4TH JULY EXCURSIONS. On July 2. 3 and 4 the Luke Sliorc Michigan Southern Railway will sell spe- cial excursion tickets al half rates to points on Us line within 2W miles of inc station, tickets good to return until July :-th inclusive. IOR BttlOnS AMD KEEV008 WSOBDER8 rh Wln'l and IViin in Stom.trli. Fulnos -.nl-. Jlond- ot ot OfthWN, Jllotches on Iho Skin. C-.1J lurlwl Slc-p. iM-L-htful Dreams nn.l nl' NITVOUS and Tr'Tii'ilnu: TIE BOSE WILL SEUEF iN TWKSTT MJNDTES. cUitcfT A WONDERFUL MEDICINE. nF.Kcn.ljrs wxliroct- c-I. j-Vmalc? 1.) coin- rl-to Tli-7 rn-Tni.nv prnov-j or (hy pyy- tern nml cure Mch llcadnclic. jtVrn Weak Stomach Impaired Digestion Disordered Liver IN MEN, WOMEN OH CHILDREN Beecham's Pills are Without a Rival An.) liw LARGEST SALE of Patent In World. 25c- at uli Drue Stores. Ovrr -10.000 shelter lejit? have been (timed over to the various regi- entF within two Thirty oar loads of supplies are now en Camp Thomas, who jp in .1 posttir-n to knyw states that the First to corps HAJRVABD'S INDIANA ATES. I5OPTON. .luti" llarvunl cnni- inencetTH'nt yvsUTday wurc c-.'n- ferred Ituluitm sra'iualos as fol- lows: Karhi'lor? of :irts: Benjamin F. v.iiparnisi. Croiyiilnit H. Fort AVjiync. Herbert C. Kuhn. The d'-cr-.-. Jlrc Vou (icing east? LEHIGH VALLEY UNRIVALLHIJ SCENERY m-riQlaln iltm and flui-l Thii It n UUACK DIAMOND EXPRESS .MEALS a la CARTE. Aitractive Inducemeuia In the way of fashionable vehicles will be offered during the present month, comprising: all varieties of. designs, col- ors and weights. This unrivalled stock of fine carriages is worth more than casual inspection. THE CITY GBBI1H6E WORKS Cor. Barr and Main Sts. Fort Wayne, Ind. Thc nf  f (lie larpe fell from the car tlie rail, eaupinp the wreck. This car and th- fourteen behind it the ones demolished. Five vf the ears won- I'-w.le'J with mcrchan'.iise. three wltii .--an-j. three with hay. one with curtain? Ptone. one with shlnplw. one with lum- I'cr and one with broom handles The creaiwt IOR. was in the car? con- talnlnff merchnnjise. of them were Fort Wayne and points Jn th? s ere I-y? nmcunt to in the rtf 5IO.WO. The total The oul v pure sold Su Uic tin; UiUcs: IN sold Irr Coii- smncrslcc Oo. Xolcpliouc A Beautiful Imported Decorated CHEAP EXCURSION TO LAKE CHATJTAUQUA. On July sth th" Lnhe Sliorc Michi. pan Snuth-rn railway will sell special' lo ,it vnrj- low rates. Tickets sood return- inc t" Ivave the lake until August 7th Inclusive. Ticket, a cents will pivn you full particulars. This will afford a fine chance fnr a splendid -.-.icatinn. The Lake Phor- MichkaTi Southern railway will pell special exciirsion tick-jts Lwnutiriil kv Chaiitauiua on .Inly Sth at Mw rat--s rrr-od unlil August Ttli. If yny -iv.int an cnjoyal-l" vacation at small coft now f? yc-ur A. J. emitli. Vass. Act.. Cleveland. will send a beauti- ful free about the Chautauqua re- sorts on yntr rcaucsL Dinner Set A ticket will be given Tvith every dol- lar and entitles you to a chance In the free distribution ot this beautiful China. Dinner Set to be glv away Sept. 15th. See Exhibited In Our Show Window. Refrigerators. H.J.ASH Has got his new line of Alas- ka Refrigerators on his floor. They are beauties, ali solid hard wood, highly finished. His irices are so low, that every- iody, it would seem, could have me. Do not fail to see his stock when looking for Refriger- ators, Water Coolers, Ice Cream Freezers and Gas Hot Plates ATH.J.ASHS' Reliable Stove House Sign Big Iron Dog. The only -miv to sell a house and lot quick. Is to stfl It at a barsaln. This will do with the pleasant home No. Columbia avenue. Best locatioa in Lakeside. LOUIS F. CURDES, KOOMS S 9. PIXEEY-LONS BLK. J. C. PELTIER, UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMEU IT wire u. Madam Enid Mrasdurg-iMycrs, Ttachtr of PUoo. WDC Ch-rau Har- GottociuJi.   

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