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   Fort Wayne Journal (Newspaper) - July 1, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               FORT WAYNE MORNING JOURNAL, FRIDAY, JULY X, 1898. IDAY, JULY A; 189 THE FORT WAYNE JOURNAL IKS. at Kurt Wayne Tost Office an mutter. MEWRKlt OF" ASSOCIATED PRESS. TKHMH OF SUUfiCIUITION. IJy Mull 1'repald. ly Kdltton. niio pul.ll. taof one y.-ar. tirr i-iy haclts ,f purty IILK ill.- public salaries. I'lU Incr, TO CITV (iitlilh- fuinli. llwt Hi- Till-: CITY i'oi'M'l pm- week. WEBKL.Y TlIK VKllH'l ItKI'KALK T1IK JOURNAL. East Multi Btrvt-t. Kurt Wayne. J-K NI-X3I-1-liKK I I.i.-Vl.- il.Ml.TH ME LAIlttl'IST CIRCULATION IN NOKTIJKUN Xirj illll llllK'V in- Lixl i-vi'iiliii; l.i lux. ami Ui at their liiinii-s din st-nin- It liy iiobtu.) nr through Telephone No. 11. IVlicrt-. di-lfvtry la Irn-eulur. I'leuais immediate coinpliilnt to the liilH'l. 'I'lH-v ILI A llK-liy llniiili'vils In. -11 In li.it ulln-rulx- FKIDAV. JULY 1. IM-71MO Jt n-vt-r n.ntl. Tin- IiiX'-.s iir.- in ftin-f. 1 It idi-asant uiKl In-lp Uu- in.i.st war any riiiuiLry I.TI-I OF ST. JOHN. in-rrmnT. Jmif -Th- Knights ..r st. i'iu- 'Irlll yi-Hli-nliiy Vfl.-r-iii 1'iiiiiin.tiKli-rv 1'iC. i.f i.-yrl.- in.-n pl.-ii.s.-.l l.in Ih.-y   Cul-a, Is u J-'ui't snldirr, an.l of Hit- IJMI vr.it in UK- wrviiT. The tl.'iimcriilSc stah- vniu'i-iilii'ii ii IViiiisylVitniii tlilri yriir was ln-lil It. imnahi. wnn Uilr.i iii-lzi-, II'-i Nu. 11'-. "I Mlii.i. i. ink fmirth I.DZI-, jr-'. rn HI.- c.-iih-th St. NH Ji', nf .iw.tidi-d llrsl :iinl (.'.iihptr jitniiiLsi-il Ihal ll wil At Ilh-lr i UIIK hi si hlcyrli- t.irniulitlf tic prcMMItr.l LI til..- 1-Klll WILL ASK IX KVKNT Itilnl rail has Ih'KUi THE BOSTON STORE, i'l lhat Al'.utma. Tln-y tlit-ir tiruniul :us tin- Will iiuivufu-r. "Will tin.- city uf Furl Wayne snlisi- tHzf the i-K-L-tiie trust tti crush mil Us unly rival plant in tliis rlty? That is Sum what Dr. WlK-ulm-k an.l there ;ux- mtni who stonily he lias i-.l in r ollir Tint prha-ipal n -y. -cn- Tlir n-Hullc.1 III llR- nt-flt-.- liun .ii' M. J. Kniii-. of lEiilTaln. nlli.T wviv Mnjiir 1-M. F Cint-iiitiali. anit Ainhnis.' WirlK, of Kiiin.-y. (ihin. Sllpr.-iui- I'n-Hi- il llc-nry J. Wi-rst. .if .1. iv-cli'i-ifil tur tin- fiiurlh U-nii Tin- tithi-r iilliivrs Fort Tint people of fort freely uf their tnifuns to build up the ek-clric HslU works, now employing fiUO peupli-. ynd we predict they will let no mun or set of men destroy them without a lesson Llitit will never forgotten by the fellows who invite public cuudunna- tion in befouling their own nc-sls. Jolin Jinkor. udiiur of Hit- Cuhiin- liiti City Commercial, who WHS u candi- date for Uift nomination foi lieulena.nt governor IS'Jtl. has an- jiciiiDcud his candidacy for joint from the rountius of anil Ko ciusko, uiul it- is- the impression that l will be llit; the rcpuiilifa ve nt ion. advis IUI-HII. Ucnvrr, st. .1. NVuwold. Itnc r.v, M. J. prom.- m Iturfalo; supn-i rviismvr. Louis N. Werner. Sn nistitutiotitil iiiiii'inInn-tit was adopt Hillary fr.iin S'JiHi tn ICIW IHT year. Cleveland WHS HIOM-II for next year' of lamii .'I- ..f II thn.-an Id ild.- i-.l ral y CM m. v.-hi.-l'- las. Tht-y ,1 fur it ha.l aliuul iiH i> 1..-.-I1 U. Tll.r l.-r H.-i'Kh.'ir .-U-nliiK liu- a pi-liiioii l.i .IH.-11. askhiK f.ir tin- uni-tiiiilllKiiiiil nf vfhK'hr la.v. Kuril ili- intiy luuv IIIIK iriiiii Fort -all Issti.-il Mr. Y.m lllthlK MlilUull, WllflV II! Ills llu- "f KM; iiii-n, Iti- no-A- i-lly snM HiirroiindiiiK vr th.-ir nlhli miipjtiiy Uiul Mr. Vmt 1) wcifln flU. will isikf a f.ipy of Kurd by hiH palroiis. II is >.lthal liu-.-Hurls ..fall nf d.-al- nll enlist tin: signal INVS uf several sand i-ilizi-nf. and they h.-lirvc that will thru Ii.- IIHIIV ini-liiicd lo   ttv.it with lln- iiwiu-rs of bii-yrk-s and a ha.sis. Tin- V.-.IIM ..f ivmiLir army I..-IIIK u 111- slump that nuikcH a Kiiidifi-. As has bi-vii i.-p.-al.-.ily U by m.-n In iHililli- life in l-'url YVayiu- 11ml i-iuiiiKli ini-ii i-uiilil Ki-cutv.l In this Mat.- lo all of 111.- i.n nil it- of tin- Alia ii lie, and H U itnU All.-n i-oiinly will at no linn- h.- ln-lutui li.-r lull .jiiola ll' >ln- .-an In-Ill 11. OIL clpiiujci 5f Diniilii-s. worlli Si-. t'.iu OrKundli'H, worth f-o nitnltU'ti. worth Hk; rjiKandles, worth Dlnilttt-K. worth 170. New myli-a In U'aisls ai ?5c and 11.00. Kliui'iitl Itarnains in Laves for this wwk. SpLTJal In Jtllibona for this SpiK-lul liuTKi'ins In Siiimucr Uiulcrwowr for this wtck. Sin-tlal lu Lutlk-s1 "VVrapnyra for this week. low prltvs nu all Curtains this wwck. 5HC all wool InKi'ulii Cariifts. worth COc- ALL FANCY 1'AKASOLS AUK TO HI-: SOLD AT COST. Do Your Trading at ifie Boston store. Our Bargains flie Steal tn tin- di-aili. Tin- t-xp ivpcal the vi-likh- lax. U eyninn of the bicyH.: ilwil- ihai all of Iho ciiy (M.MI'ANY miUJlNi; Til Kill UKKATIl, U tin- bi-lli-r of iiiutnl'fnt of tin Ihirtb-ll (tax and oil tlui thi-y iiav.- slrui-li a la-il uf mercury un- ik-r tin- NI.-W Jliivuii oil Yi-stvr- lay Hit- ilrlllltth' In wvll i hit; MII itx usual, and a.s ianidly ua is HSil.li- in Midi IK.l Hit- drill n.-tratvil iiilu Hiniu- sufi malL-riiil, :i down al a lively rail- fur bcvc iiutt-M. TluMlrllU'r.Mr.S. M. Shtiyerl. lowing that MiiiiL-UihiK unusual had iappcii.-il. dn-w up tbt; drill and round t c-oiiti-il wilh a rt'.si.-mblini; cury snlidiidi.-. lit- at onct- IX-IIOI-UH! ils lind mi.-mlk.TS of the cuiiuiany and In lhi.J to hint wbal was to IM- .lorn-. Ik- Was su-liL lo I'lttsbuiy Dr. schi'im.' is to turn tin reunicipai contract over to out- siders, cluKu up this Fort Wayne works discredit the Fort Wayne lifflit, and rol live hundred families of bread and but ter. lift h; ;lne electric light trust, which has been for ten years trying to crush out the "Fort Wayne eomiiany, because it is the only corporation lighting the com- "blnfi in the markets of tho world. LITERARY MEN AT WINONA. WAItHAW. lini.. JUIKJ ilie v.-iiiiiK of the Associ- ,tiun of Writors. to-day, many promi- itiiL writers occupied pliicus on pio- ;rani. these were James Whit- comb Riluy, Frank Slanlon. of At lantsi: Pfrimmur, of Koiulanil, Ind.: Hftijamin S. Parkfer. ut New Custtu. Ind.; Mm. Minnie T. Hoyce. .luiicie. Ind.; P. Vetiablf. of Ciuci iati: Coates Kinncy. Lwe 0. Harris, Jaini-s XfWlon Matthews, of Masi.n. lly.. and Miss ICvalwn Stein, o[ Lafay- Ind. unlinani-i-s. Th.-y claim it SH class ailU that lln-y are Ihr class tin; aiv n.jvi-tlielt.-sH, cuiitlileiit uf Mn( aide in win uiit in a urainsL th< city omiii-il. :ML.I UK- powers thai be. Mr. UiiiuliLll said ihal tin- ilealurs hai taken tins position betiiiUMe tht-y be- Ik-vt-d that tliey had tried every oil: means of Kcttinji wlial they iielievfd In be justice. They had been promised lhat the streets of the city would be placed in bn WM. The Boston Store. the au-rial from pc siiiK of tht.- wi-ll. If the substisnei: fnuml :it New lla- jiroveH to In: the sulphide or the- sul- phate of meieury, the Ilarty.i'll Oil and tlas lias a pnkluc: Ibat ia many times more than all of the i lhat they can pump from Uwlr wells. The found, is this had not liftiiii dnm-. and dealers believed Unit it Drink home made beer. You liUIlllltS III UIX'lUl illlU Oill _ Ii I I the huany co-operation of kflOW itS WOrth. DOIt t drink cheap foreign beer or send your money out of town. One kills you the other kills the town, spend your money at home, where it will return to help you. The hoard of public works and the sensible men of the city council can be trusted lo avoid a policy tiiat will throw 500 men out of employment and kill one of Fort "Wayne's greatest industries, for that is just whai Dr. Wlieelnck is driving- at. else he would be fair oiurugrh to give the Furl company a hearing in Us own city, before inviting the electric liplit trust to cume in ami- cat It up. TO OVERTHROW BOSSISM. The democracy of Pennsylvania "true to the convictions and declarations f the party upon national mu'Slions. r< nllze that the issues in the comin state campaign pfculiiirly :tr STREET FAIK MEETING. COMMITTEB IJOKS I'-KT LITTI.K IMTSrNKPS DIL WILL AJJVJCUT1SE THE BIG The mvotinp of the commttipos nf til Sirn-t C.irnival association tin- Raniliill lintel last evening not f (k-ciiled Kan-i t.lock. al 13 iir fur them of their institute a in REUBEN S. PATTERSON C.UiUIES THE LAHGEST LINK OF probably cinnabar, Lhe sulphide, for nercury it; found usually in the pure late, ul1 [en forming an with sil- ver in liie form of its ehlnrid'.', waking natural calomel, ll is most abundant FIREWORKS! We Sell ifie Finest Fireworks at veig Low Prices. as the sulphide, or native Mines uf tills melal have bee cinnabar. found In Travelinp ha.ns. dress suit cases and telescopes shown in Fort Wayne. Almadea. in Spain, at Jdria in Carinola. in Corsica, in the Philippine islands. and in China, in Colombia, in Mexico, and in SanUt Clara eminiy. California, just sistj'-sis miles from Kan Fran- cisco. A iiuicksilver mine lias recently opent'd in Mauon county, Tenn. ll is not improbable that a bed of the mineral may be located in this part of the world, and if it should be there is 10 one any more HUTU to lind it. on ac- count of inherent luck, lhan tlie Ilarl- zell Oil and (las company. If tlie linil proves to In; cinnabar, it will necessitate the building of a plant for its reduction. The mineral is re- duced by bfini; pounded and mLxed with lime. The mixture is then introduced into cast iron retorts which arts placed in an obloiiy furnace and are connected with earthen wait1 receivers, one-lliird full of waier. Heat IK applied in the furnace and the lime unites with the sulphur, forming calcium sulphide or ftx usual. Tli- ui-y room." in Hi as pi-mianem TS. Th.j rooms will op IJr- ivill have i-harg. for the fair, and be will bt-tfn lo-iliiy. All of llio towns for around will l'c hillc'I as rapidly as 1-.-. Tim committee is still looking for a liuiWInjc in which to huiitl the H-Mts to be nsvd in the carnival parade. iles FKOF. WILLIAMS HERE. transcend en tly to the redemption tht LECTl-unirs SON IS AN OFFICER OF Prof n "Our Nvw state from republican misrule and cor- rupttoti. and a-ppealing: to the honest and patriotic citiKenp to unit" in vin- dicating the honor of the common- wealth and Tedwminrr all its depart- rnonti' from olilcial abuses anil corrnpt practict'F, does declare tlint ibe para- mount iyyues? in the campaign on which have entered art: honoPt ecvcrn ment. home rule, and clean politics, and hereby plfdires itsn-lf to wiigo UTice; ag.ilnst the jiolltk-al prulligacy and cnrrnptii-n that pervadc-s our entire system v municipal affairs." In other w.-rd? the .J-jmocrncy Pennsylvania hrcah jihackl'-s of i-ossbm that bind ill pie of the 5rwit commonwealtl, I... institution. ator Quay's political anil platform rvcittrs the creivjincep vf thv lSKa UA.LTJJIORK. i" iltnnwn to bin mil nun battei -v-ili occur Iwlun-s to-nicht I to-day. rrivtil in the city .lolin Ulxlup w liy nf hn-nkinp in THE CITY NEWS. rt'sirt convicted oC uilt and in tlie court of Justice liullfnriiin vcstenlay afternoon. He was lined 51 and costs, lie wont to jail. illiam Ailiim Me. Prim, act'd two rs, died of conation of the liinRs at iiiirftits' lutmt'. 'J2 I.asseile striMst. at lniKht. Tht; father is a Pennsylvania iik-d affidavit against fin-t name was cluiririnp with '.m- the plain tiff. The in the court of Justice sulphate, anil the free mercury c atns and pa H is thy cuol water. apor. over into the receivers londenst-d by contact with b'-rs of A. It. I'rof. Williams' son. Williams, is lirst lieutenant the ff! ship tJalttmort-. which in battle of Ma- nila Tfciy last Mny. jinrl he tid rtib mft.rls f-.r lh'- To Knnyon avenu--. but thu charpe with- ilraAvn and one 
                            

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