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   Fort Wayne Journal (Newspaper) - July 1, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               FORT WAYNE MORNING JOURNAL, FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1898. ASSISTANT SI-VltKTAUY SAYS TllK Sijt'AUUoN IS NKAULY a graduate oi the PRINTERS STRIKE. Till-: AIUMIICAN STATK IMHNTKHS IN DEPEff AT HOME. Tin; COAST op SI-AIN.- SAYS TllK ASSISTANT SKCKKTAKY, "WILL UK IHi.M- icAUliKl) WITHIN Timid-: WatMHi's Hying wilt i fur coast of Spain next Monda said Assistant Sceiclury ol Hie ,N. Allen ilih iii.irnlitK. "The Newark will be the Unship, us was the original intention, as Admiral Kamps.in has r.-p.iil'-d Hint damage HUMtaiii'-d by ihe very sdlKhl. "The Miundroii Would in- ready sail tii-ility wen- it not Cm-tin- fact ihat c..n- slderahl.- time will be p-qllin-d to till the colli.-is. "All llin-......HU-r> air taking mi t-n.il il.iy and and 1 :im .-..midr-nt thai the work will he ci.inideteil hy Sunday. "Tlii- roiitit uf Spain will be buinbai.l- ed in The Mart will be made from Santhw MASTER STROKE BY CONSUL BKOADLENT. NKWSI'Al'KKS KITTKU- SKNTIMKNT IN UltKAT IIIHT- AIX IS OKNTINICU' I-'HlKNTrLY AND THK   JOIN TIII-: rn.NVKicr or XKW YOKK. June .In. -fhiilllieey M. i.-tiiine.l I....lay mi llu- ll.-rman Kiilsei- I Cnwsf. He Hl'SIXKSS ailerwards spoke fi.vly ,.r bin .Jiserva- i.'nMMKNCK.MKXT ICXKIU'ISKS. ________ Suites he said in l-'raiiee I In- h-eliiiK wast HUH iiiunlry. HI-LO.MAS A I f ri.ASS A I-1 INK MI'SI- t-'AI. 1'KOCliA.M AIHIKKSS I'.Y I'ASToIt .IOIIXSUN AND IHE. C. STK.MKX. i Hi.- >lniulnr> llir i.tstiluy. Tln-y in-ll'-x.' ili.-i. l.jivt MX- Ciiil.-.l SUH.-s in K llect, the navy dejKi'i'lmeiit "'vncenienl exercises nf Ui- I'.-ople-r the decree ..f a.......llciiKlmi H- UUSilieSii college. UeSpll.- iiii it did when start was made f..r WVIV IVw Hit- luilldltiK. 1'ort The Kovemmenl han ami friends of the young everything possible within lair liiu-s nentk-inen who HHI in state Oepaitiiifiii have been piirticiilnrly sue.- ci-Ksful in this work. United States Consular A in-ill just made H master stroke which he reports to Lhe department. While tlic Spanish ships wcie seeking permission of the Kgypli.m government lo take coul at Port Said, tin; consul iir ullieor sue. ceeded in quietly buying UP all of the eoal available al that port. This amounted to HO.OOfl tons, and it is in a good place In In; shipped to Dewey, t.i serve as a base of supplies for Coiuino- it. enters the Mediterranean, or to rnal any American vessels that may thronyh 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 iitnvr tliat reached thy department IhrouKli the press reports that Admiral is ilbniit tu leave his'torpedo boat de- stroyers at Port Said "beVauso the> would lie unable to weather the mon- soons that rnge in tlie Indian ocean at this season, is believed at the navy de- partment to presage tlie aissolmion of the squadron and the abJiridonme the cruise to the Philippines. As these torpedo bout dest hnvy proven cross tlu Atlantic in bad weather, it is conjectur- ed at the department tliat the real rea- son for turning them back is one thai IK almost chronic in the Siinnlrih navy namely, a hrenklne down of the tlelirau ma chin cry of the craft. Lcnvint; out the tlircc torpedo bon1 destroyers Audax. ProsjiCrina and thore is very little left in I lie squadron of un orfoiipive charactcr-api'le from the Prlayo and the cruisci' Car- los V, nml the dropping of the destroy- ers will weaken Camera's squadron so materially that his defeat by Dewry is .1 frireyonc concltision if they should thyn come together. EDWARD MARSHALL BETTER. WASHINGTON. June 3Q. Accurate information concerning the condition nf Edwnrd Marshall, correspondent nf tin Kew TorU: Journal, who was soriousfl: at the battle of Quapina. wa obtainetl at a late hour when the foliowinj; message was received from General Shatter: PLATA DKL ESTS. Cuba, via Hayti. Sibonoy. June of war. "Wasliinston: Edward Marshall report- ed belter. Olivette should be kept here. About forty men (hat doctor will send back by first opportunity to Key TWst (SiRned.) SHAFTER. Major General Commanding. law, were mil in 1'oiv: lo iodsi'eeil on their entrance Uliuli 111 The ex-M-lses op-lied with till- lnviHIH ion ul the Divine hle.ssiiiK by Hr. C. I Ueincli. as the KC.V. whose lain.- was on the was un- delayed. Thii pronrrini was iihtreu'erRtil AyitU nuific and it roatlint; iy Miss Carrl.e II. Schrader was one of he iti-v. T, J. .lohnsnn was an able and listriictive to impress ipon parents an'rl students alike the.   l-r-rieiice or In plaee of as exjKVted. it mir v.-w.-l the ni.isi iiindei-n type .jf ith armament lines-celled an nanned ;nui oilicered hy skilled seanir aclitiaiis, while the army displayed a lie qualities of v.-tenm troops. M LJepew fin tlier said that tho rest of was anxiously watching I be a jtreliended enlianee of Ihe U'nili Elates into thtiir circle in tin; far ea: Their position ,if dislnisu Tli. ire trying lo solve tin; probl.jin nf tl ntliicnce upon tin-ir inUnvsls nC tt Anslo-Aincrii-an alliance, which tli exists in- is ineviiable. if disposfd LO interfeie in our war Hi aie restrained by the ht-li.-f that ai movement in that direction would pr cipitale an alli.inn; with KnK Thuir nowspapt'tti discuss our unpr redness for war. tlie impossibility r a military pmver until have a iarjiu staiidiiif; army and u vernal cnmpnlsnry service. "The victory of Admiral Tlcwey Manila nml the ilsirhiK ami splendid fort of Lieutenant Holism at Santia mr fathers iulviui )iit in day.s keen C'inipetitioii ind advanced methods make ediicalton] prime necess'ny to the nierchant, as. ell as to tlie professional man. TSilu-1 ition is liie foundation of a successful nsiness life. The benefits of education not confined alone to the pursuit -s educated, but. as if by a inaKic h. those who come in contact with are inaOe to.-'feel the eleviiting ef- ects of it." Dr. Stemen administered some pound, vholesome ndvice to the He liide llieni lo remember that they had tut just commenced to learn, and to icgiti now early to apply the knowledge cqnired in the school r'toni. Hedila.ted ipc-ii the necessity of honesty, polite- ness, punctuality, sobriety and ntoralii is factors: which brinsc about succe: quite as much as business acumen and 'Wdnefy. He advised them to. be content small and not continental of mir calibre and enthusiasm England. statesmen whnm met all said: "Keep the share with us China, and open the in the east." One said: "You mi join the concert of 1-liiroiiean iiiitioi H is expensive but you cannot unless you belong to tli THE INDIANA OIL FIELD, i: KKI-OKT i-in; TNI; JI- Larrels; dry I A CITY COUNCILMAN RESIGNS. IH'NTIMJTUX, Ind.. .Inno -.lai-ol a. int-niber of llu- city round the Kirsi nar. iroiu that ii-.iii..ti .1111 IMiuniid HiiiM-n to till the uiiiicilnian. ann thai be was ihvd of In- tK l-'dien-d with every lillle pnlilir-iil L-hi-in.. Uial i-anie iilmifj. Speaker Is a eni.i.-rat and his is a. eimier.il. lsrai-1 H. 1 II. Ibe only n-piibliraii incnibiT of ihi- mily. went t.i lasi so tho It-m.i.-nits full pnwer. At last ,milt's session ihe city council appointed (d.'inocnn) :L ot GTC} e iHKiiii Stuli in A GREAT HAT HARVEST. Ind.. .hint: Sl.-The Kan- arn-1- tbcbe The n.nrvosli'np of tli fun: hundred in.-ii are at work, this year is norninos, ami il is estimate, th.it llii.-'.Ki to [.ins Mill he Tin- bay is misch better than ,my n in furnicr yi-ar.--. .Mos! of it is I-e iiii: sliippfii lo and is iirini SPANIARDS HAVE EVACUATED CANEY. General Lawton's Hc-idnuartcrs. Fiv( Miles Kast of Santiii de Cuba. Wed ncsOay. June "0, via Kingston. Jamajr.T Thiirprtay, .Tune sn. The have practically evacuated Caney. clop- to Snntiapo de Cuba, where they i believed to have liati troops. INDIANA SOLDIER GOES WRONG June "0. cases nf typhoid developed at Camp Al jrcr include Captain Applewaite. of In dinnn. I'rivalc Frank Pnnlpy. Company T IHItli Indiana, while intoxicated, yostoi attempted run amuck in tli str-.-'tP. He was driven hit" a cell. TaU put in irons, and will be Haled. band. Our interests will always bo Iciil and nmliial benelits incalcul- EDITOR B. B. JOHNSON RETIRES. P.. R. Joh fall into the t of thinking that education lia.il placed them above the nf common labor. All work lonoiable. and it is the mental (ptiilitie> that should be in the tniml n the educated person that elevate am dignify all forma of labor. Uncoil split railf and ditches, and Garflvl, mules when a "boile'.t shirt job s not to be had. It is the spiri evinced by sncli men as these tl' nevir fails to win. Thi- vsilodirt'in- was ilciivcre'I b> Frank Kenneth Hills. It was an nbl. production, and delivered in cood vnice The diplomas were conferred by Prof F. .1. Yonnjr. county superintendent who spoke JL few words of con sratulation and advice to tiie class. iible." LATE NO TOWNSHIP CASE YET. nin NOT IIANI> IT DOWN MXPKCTKI) TO-DAY. A N A I'OIjIS. 1 nd.. Juti'- remc court a preat man hy failiiif: tn tn-ilay U of the state ex rd. Harrison acaln: ijiiinhi I-1. Mmiiucli. which hivolvi i-f Ibe 1.1HI totvnship nd equal tunnlicr of township iispiw in the state of Indiana t. oflii early two year? innser tlian tlie term f. bleb ilmy were elected. Th" clerk w: buty for an hour after the opinions ir the day lind been hand.-d down in mut this IVi-pnns Jib'Hit the court re [Kinitive. that tho ease will be decided TO LOSE ITS CLUB. NO T.OJCGKK srr TMI-: NATIONAL LEAHTK cell, later j niirt mar- I -Him- 3V- It is I-acii" tfa CATHOLIC CHAPLAINS. -Inn" "p. Cnnllnnl Gibbons wont whpn? he hnd an interview with dcnt MrKinK-y more- Oth- olic. chaplains ivinc th" army. nn his return his eminence his visit t" the rhlrf -x- ccutivc W.TF .1 TIv "M> ry. T fact -p 1" m: cbni'l soMiers." Til" that h" h.Tf r t niv-- any details wiin( s will lw PT.L t" tin dinal any rrttir'-s fiwar'I i- war t" an cti'l. -'i in a -f MAINE UEMOCKATS. THF.V I-KfLAKK A'lAIXST PHOTlir. ION AND TIM'; CIUCA- HONORS FOR DEWEY. th- '-xerris'-: univcrpily th- jnnstcr of mi'itary peicnrc war- In-nr indeed, it is is already writt tlie List day of t decision may be cxpcotcd 1ml.. .1 on. editor ot tlie Item, of city, will etire tn-tnitrn'W. and lie will be suc- cpile.l t'y .1. ik'iinett Cordun. who lias iiinihiiAxl tlie balf-intorest in the paper u-ld l.y Mr for a dozen ]iasl. Mr. Hnrdnn will In- one of tally paih-r in tin- slat-. Hi: rom Karlli.'tni i-oiieso Ihis year, and hsus ability in the journalistic line. In politics lie is :L republicaii. but llic Ilom will not li iisan lilies, the ai tliat it is tn continue Upon an indcpend- basis. Kititrtr was iVmiierly i-otiii.-cted with the newppnpfr interests ;it Kokonid. coming here in 31.00. JS1.OO, They >O. a tlov.cn them. A us-' to Hi viii ut 51A3I, PJEXJE MAX. BASE BALL TO-DAY. AS TO SCiiOOI, INSURANCE. Hpncllate court (he CMS Hark school township th Ifime ami Trust nmiiiany. i the IVrry circuit court held tli liahiv Tor the cost of inpurin he s-cliooi lionet- and furniture in th Mansfield vs. Fort Wayne. im-nstiip. nlthnngti the bn-i called at permissi-.n from the board to inrnr the debt. The l-le ''xpt'nditure from tfie special srhoo! cvmi" tiy way insuring sehno] prop- Tty -tKnin-it Tire may be. inferred Irnni In- power Kivi-ii I" tnti-tec nay "r such .nid duty imposed a bin to take care of it. A ON A Tlio supreme court iifflmivl JH-IK- ii'-iil of tin cinuit court of Dearborn In the nf Jdhn l.'iricli MUKEAY HARTNETT. INSUBANCE. Fire. Accident. Plate Boiler Employers' Liability. Equitable Life, leal Estate. Money to loan. Northeast Comer Berry and Clinton to having I.....n run I-y in and killed whiK- wa.e tryinc i ;i trrplle 1'ridc- at Aurora. bnl the --oiirt In Id th.-re nnth- to Hut 111.- CTi-lii.-or kill VOK-I. iin.1 Hint, as h.- May t-I-arlj TUKMINAI. Tb- piipr'-m" "v-rrnl-d i-p ff-r :t, r-h-arlni: In the- c.-is.- ..r Mr- iTnieair'i an'1 Cabmn-t Kailuv ui.. lijimmoii'l. Whtlins an- iy. Tliis c.is.-. wlil.-b th. it "f tb- r.nilivay 1" i-r-ps tif "f the r.iHp.a.t. IMS li ;'ti'l "-n'-'I lo Ui" m- hand.-I -l-v.-ti tl- WITHOUT PARENTAL CONSENT. JACOI? JllJLLI-nt AND -MINNIE S.MITI1 HAVE A QUIET WED- DIN'Cr. John Smith, the Wayne township dairyman, is n man of many troubles. lie stood beforu Sergeant Stevens at tin; police station last nlsht ami poured out such a. of tribulation and that the perpeant thoupht the atory oC .lob was heinp enacted over again. Mr. yniith runs a tlairj- on the 'niuffton road, about two miles from the city. Amons his possessions yesterday mon inir were a milk wagon, with a double team, sundry milk and other ac- coutrements, 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 .iccumpaniments. Mr. Smith began to investigate. anO lie learned that Jacob Muiler. the sot f his nearest neighbor, had also pon n a foul. decisive blows wero aruck in the preceding rounds though he tighting was very lierce. he WHIRL OF THE WHEEL. Cipsac. he Kreneh champion Mo'clu rider, won, llu ton-mile pacc'l nice from TVixl .f Wmhlnsfn. nt the Colte-imi to-nlpbt. riic Fr.-nchuiati jmsw-d Sims in the itrctrb. and went under tin- wire thrcy "f Minneapolis, wort the llrst heat mil'.- pwfcwionai hnndirap n a OH tho ...rld-p nu-e r-cnnl for that dlstanc-. .Inn.- tlie final mile of tbo twi-Ivc and on spin .it Oharl.-s niver ivirk i "VVhcn jscntl 
                            

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