Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Fort Wayne Journal Newspaper Archive: July 1, 1898 - Page 15

Share Page

Publication: Fort Wayne Journal

Location: Fort Wayne, Indiana

Issue Date:

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Fort Wayne Journal (Newspaper) - July 1, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               FORT WAYNE MORNING JOURNAL, FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1898. PATROL BOI MOVED UF KAKKTY HUNG FOR A TRAITOR. AT THK rorXTY fllANS' llo.MK TAKK KXi'KI'- ONI-: OK TH KM: NTM- IIKU YKhLKI- KoK SPAIN. A i jv. TO WITNKSS KCKNKS OF A. Tiers- TKK'K oi'INIox. Tin- iti-lii.li .if Ui.- lin.inl ,tf -affly In iil.iririK a im 11 ni unil'-r tli-- win- l.I' St. AllKUHtill.-'rt K.-llnill l.s tllfi-l- illtf Witli .L nf ;iilv.-rM.....ill- iru-nt. as wi-lt aiiiuiiK tlif nh..M- fllllilri'ii ullfiul I In- Hi-lKHil :iiin.tii; iiUh-ni. 111.- liuiipiprli-ty -if U. Th.- i-all IIM.V lurim-rly mi lh.- slile i.f riilhiiim ;i siil.mn. but SiiiiiTltiti-inliMil tls tin- npii.iriitr siil.-. I... or suMy. arling on this i.-.-nmm.-ti tlun. unlmM tin- Now Hi.- tilanils illr.vily In lfi.nl ..r Hi.- ami tin: wl.....1 will I..- .VIIIJK- to lld'-u l.i tilt; II.....IH i.r iiml liiiiKUiittc Hiat 1111 tin- air wlim.- a il.-piav.-il wniiiaii IT :i 'IrunUi-ii n iiiTi-HU-il. Itliiliop Itiitlrimifhrr od a rcimiiiMiMiii-f ivlu-n In- U-arn.-il licit Ihu pattnl lu.x wsiH In IV plmvil Ilit-iv. anil i-vi'ii vnluiHiTjvil tu furnish iimm-y tn lilllltl .L i-.m.liiit across tin- stn-.M hi oiniiL-rt tin- lios wllli tin- niiiiii Kt-rviiv vliv.s, wliit-li w.'ttf iiliU't-il in riiii.lnlis tin lilt- .sjiK- .if llic sln.-1't. Tlh- iHiiml jiaiil no attention th.- ;irsii- munis ilirtiitnl purely hv a to (ixhlliltintiH nf il.-1'i-u.viiy. an.l wt-nt ahisul with the wnrk. Th.-n- was im Ilium H.- (lit- ith HI it- ulln- the if tin- lioard did mil raiv an- lilHhnp'M iiiTci. t lii-re was snilicu-m money to lay tin: extra wires, llu-iv beiiitr ii lialanci; of JU1 after I'liyiiitf "11 conduit. A. .1. rUiswcll, of thy Imanl of public school trustees, Haiti tho Inciitiii of u patrol box at such a highly Improper ;uul rcpUKMHiii to tl: moral senses, lie said IK; would m ooiiseiil to a police ijox nii.li-r the windows of any the seliuols un- der hit; jurisdiction, anil did not think It a. pnipt-r tiling to liiive one in front of siny other school. Thu board wifely owes it to the growing KL'iienitiun to ivniove spec- tacles df vice :ind crime from the youth- ful yaze, and should order the onx at mire to its original locution. Thu moral of the children de- mands it. Spain had tx-eti (l.vlm.-.l. tlu- malron of lit- Mrs. i (v.-nm-y.-r, Hi.- stlii'Ul her. and lln-m a t.ilk iiinin tvllniK Hi.-ni the ..f the ilivktrattiiu war. and tlii-iii (liitl th.-y should he lnyal ti. tlit-li- mid Li I'.- She alxn Ili.-iu ili.H :uiy on.- win. wiriiM .nlile In wllli Spain >n who wniilil rhr.-r for Sj.aln, uiix a tr.iltor and ..iih'ht MilfiT Hit- pi-iutlty t.f lib i-rinie. one lad MiiKKfiUril that anyone Who L-hr.-i- for Spain illicit lo In- i-linki-il, ami Ihe tinilron acqiiU-ni-.-il In lln: The i-hildrt-ii n.-v.-i- forgot Ihe Uillc. nii.l wheti on the lad Itillninn, I't-caitu- In play wilh lln- ulhei and ehet-i.s Si-alu." tin- otht-r lads d.-fideii he wiu- a Irail.ir. and deeidetl to hunt; blin ;a lu- They tan to Hie li.irn toi lie. while sotne ihein staid lo lioli IUM. Ttn.- buys returned wllli a ind hllpptiiK on.- >-n.l arouinl his in H ii.iiiNf, Ih.-y ilii.-w Hi.- ..tlii-r i-m a lindi ol a tree atnl th. iiljmt up into l hi- air. 1-nvri liai to lie ill.' ll.Ulds of lli.'i .elf from tur litll lii.itiK on nisb.-d lh- and rut down the boy. alniosl insensi hie frnm fright and the effeet of swiiiK in- at :L roue's elid M'nlil a limb Of i tree. Tin- taltc of the nialion tlie love of iMiintry will ivniali Inilvlltily iini.resM-d IIIHUI the minds o tlif youths wlin heard it and who lm  l.s divid.-d 1'i nnd.iy, and K-t vny Ilin- p -n- h.- said thai s Hani .Inti' In otllei- and i.s dl.srtia i inaniit-r of may l.c r.n N.I il. nd I..in- diill on Mi.- KUII laily. Th.- .lay iwo nior.- K.-cli.ui lo Die stable and iind I manner the work in divid.-d an. II Ket ii rlMiire In drill also, t'.ijit.il eiiiiini.Mid h.i the li> resnund if any in Ihe ailllli-ry Sunday afl.-rno.in, as a .llversl.in. ill had :t Bailie ball xvilh lh. halt.-ry. As usual. Kml Wayn. liked 111.Ml S.-iKvailt lie I If llH Us n--iii-Kiiiiiz.itlint as .1 julval.-. and by .illeii.litif; sliielly bis dmles hah a to I...MI..... he now in him and Im I'inal.-S Will lluller .Hid t I! an- (h.- all.-in..on wi It l> hinted that two h.iiiilierii hiHsl.-.s in lln- alLrarllon Ui.it draws ill-- atlent ..f ciwti up. I.I.JH. iMii'l it in rluiley Kekail lias lln- lepulatloi b.-liiK tbe "only" l.inii.lryinan In camp. Id- w.-nt t" Ihe i-ti-ek .Monday lo and a half washing Hill I, twn nd pah of nt Ih- Wtleox w.-ie in I lie p.illllS (be and did line work. The wore was li: to I! in fnv.ii- of Fort Wayne. Itul fnr :t lliniw ill Ihe IlillinK tlif Kl-oit- would Have .o I. The base ball l.-ani of Ihe T'-tin., li-am iit-nt a t-halk'iiKe lo i-anip lleil he ran heat his tit by in., hours. Th.- kltelieii deii.ll has 1-h.iiiKfil an.) i btmle l'liii-1; l-Voinulb is li.-ad n.t.k. .hick is a nlKail.-. ulifii il lotnes inday bill ol tare lor illniier loll.irt-s: .Mashed potal.ies. tl.-sli .-ad. fresh 1.....f. boil.-.l lielieii litnth an.l ehieken. .Mrs. Aldrriniin and li.....ther 1-Wl ayti.- liidies that an- visiting In C'hat- i.....Ka in KI-I out ti. i-iitiii day to visil the boys. I rlit my l.-lter shmi and ntlt-in oihei ilittli-H. bin will ilisi say it V.-v ipl.s lii ilms'- at Inline. Ito not WOITJ AN ENTERPRISING DRUGGIST- TlK-rt- are few men more wide awak and ftnlerprisiiiK Ureier vhi) sjian; no iiiiins to set-lire the bwi .f everylhinc in their line for their r.aiiy cutitomcrs. They now have the fluency for Dr. KliiR'a Now Discovery for Consnniptioti. CoupliH :ind Imys on tin.- K rounds tlu; l will show l hem how tlm KI pl.OVd. l-i-lviitL- Karl .Mt-y.ns mpi Colds. This is the :iilerfiil remedy that is producing such a. furor all i thu ronntry by its many startling: euros. It abyolutcly iiurvs Asthma. Hrnnchitis. lloitrseness anil all affeciions of tin- Throat. Chest nntl Call ut above ilriij; store and yet a trial bottle free or n regular size for 50 cents and Jl.OO. Guaranteed to cure or price refunded. Sold at Dreier Gro's drug store, per bottle. 30c MB. S. M. FOSTER im.MITS FI.N'AL STATKMKNT OF 1N- KAttNRn HY THK srnor.L rrxD TMI-; OIWKCT in-: HAD IN VJliW aiAY YET BK Kl'L- l-'ILLEO. TOUT WAYNK. lad ..July 1. 1S9P. ibe 1'iiblte: to submit herewith my second an- nual rtnort. th coivwl by un inl THE COURT NEWS. The county board of equalization will! to-day send out notices of. the changes' in assessmcntii made since the session began. Yesterday afternoon Col. 1. N. Walker met with the board and talked ovfcr matters informally. Colonel Walk- er is a meinber nf the state board of Judge Dnwson decreed to Miranda A. Orover a judgment for ?200 against Lucy A. Small. The panel work of the now court house will be devoted to historical figures and in order to assist, the archi- tect in suggesting designs the board of commissioners yesterday selected a committee consisting of Charles Mo Culloch, K. S. HobertFon. J. H. Bass. II. C. Bell and C. T. Lane to talk the mat- ter over with Mr. Tolan. It is possible that a committee of ladies will be udauil to-day. LICENSED TO TVED. Jacob aiullcr and Minnie Smith. Samuel Sapp and Ottie-Ankrim. George C. Ropa ami Otilila Stein- Charles L. W. Reese and Lillian J. Francis Purinpton Sma.ll and Sarah Elizabeth Drcwory. July I, unit n> Juno 30. 1S3S: Sl.i37.00 st r.Tt-ivo.1 im.M it tie 17. ISW. K1.43 line interest received ..'...................-161.00 June S'. IS'S. interest Tu this inter KEAL ESTATE SALES. CITY. S. A. DeWald to J. C. and L. Weimar for 5MO. strip 40 by 150 feet of DeWald square. William II. Henry to Henry W. Nis- for lots 3, 10 and II, in AFh's addition. Susan AlcCuIloch to Charles McCul- loch for ?400. lot 23. in Nelson addition. EJlsc Kuttler to Conrad F. Kctllcr h-r part of lots H7 and HP. in Han- na's addition. Daniel and Belt Komp to Charles Jacobs lot 2S. in Electric Light addiUon. J. and Oricr to Kmmct Martin for l'it 10. in Moran's sub divis- ion. COVNTRT. ChnrlcF trustee, to Henry C. for jr-o. part 1-4. and part Foutliwwt J-J. sectiin in Wayne township. Man- A. in Alexander li. I'-cIl 51SC. yinrt souib-.-nst in Madison township. Mnrcnrct Pnmerp for part southeast 1-4. section in JMarlon township." A, Smith S. K. Sfhnw fo- part north-apt J-l. section in AK-it township. P. nnd C. MMir to Martin Hill f-r ?lPf. s. m r-nldv.-in. In WWH- ;st fund l.ot'ii nil snliiry for tho tirst wats when which were in the public library. The salary account Is as Salary, 21- yars at Inli-rcyt on 663.1S to the interest rt-ceipts the to- tal amount on hand July 1. The public TMH naturally nrlt what v oc the linal nf this money. I tu kevp the money until It should become larpo to purchase ground nnd ereci thereon a public librnry biiildlntr which would be a credit to the city. Giro t stances over wliich I hail no control Im' however, d.-prlvcd im- of the prfvilt-pe this and the purple for wliich the money will ultimately he UFC  abandon the Idea of .1 library ImilOiiiK and forced t" use tho mun-.-y In way for the puMic tbe funrtp hi my Sunday n yaniu to UK- ti.in ol lioth sides. Curponil Chnrk-s Aliinm-n is manager of the ivyitlar tta: and tia.s arranxt'ii for a Hamt- al t  heir friendly actions ami gun Llu manly A regiment of infantry have afd at at target practice for tin ast iliruu da.vK. Their rllle ninno i: vest of Bnoilsi'Jiss hill, ami about on. iiiic from our camp. Tbe sharp crael the rifles may be heard from 1 in tin nuniing until in the cvcniny Surely this is doinp duty with a ,'tMhce. As these lines are being writ :en tlie hills around arc riivcrberaLiiij, witli i.he ftchoes of it volley which i to niako a person almost thin hat bostilitii.'B have commenced i Camp Thomas. Orders have been issue iy General itrnoks for nineteen of infantry to be ready to mov -itturrow Amonjr thos to go will be the Third and Fifth 111! >nis. tlie First Kentucky und thy Thtr Wisconsin. Ordnance supplies arc bein to tlie regimc-nts included in lh call with all possible speed. The iind ICOth Indiana may also leave wit this call. all i-ll id i I ha rf.vtly i-iintv HIH: thing in itril H1CXRY C. -MOfllAHTY. :sih llalU-vy. Ind. Vol., L. A., Camp Th..mas. Lyilu. Cii. FROM TAMPA CITY. TiioMi'aox TICLLH SU.M ni-' TIN-; INTI-MIKSTINC: {1OSSII1. rniin ii l.-tt. n.iii KtTKfant 1'. A. of C.in .iin.v h In.liiiiia volunteers, wriltu a.si Siiniliiy. tontains tiling "f KOI iiiltix-st i-niii'L-rtiiiiK tin- liiv in Cani I'amp'i. At tin; I into tlit.- was wri yt-t in rump. ;ind s lliniiKiil thai Kuth may siill POliT TAMl'A. Jim.- W. Tin- wi-aiiu-r tliis iilli-niooii was nil nd and tlif fky bfiiiK I'loinit-d at wiih a sprinkling of rain :unl tin- li- it JIIM. Lin.- kind oi :ifn.-riiooii for Hoi-l snoozi-. -him- 1. 'AH i-M-opt tin- i-niiiniitssioii. Hirers wx'ie paid frum April Cii. the di w.-ri- i-allt-d .nit. bill ollicers on rev.- pay from May IL1. the day tlivy Tin- Pa into ibc Unin-'l Slatt-s 11. i-rvio fr lent. Tin1 Y. M. C. A. tt-nt is l.ivoritt- pbioc for the boys to visit and any litnr during Hit- iiay one c; 11 is a nici: plai'e to :is tlif.v funii: Hiioil walff nii'l liavv iiumiTo panics wliii-li the boys IMII piny, besid .-an bo fiuind reailitts matte ihc. siiain- of i.rtohs and perifldiciils. bavc been drdt-ruii to move fro in a few anil in fact are dr.i' tilt: r The desire me to return th mcnt that we :in from each company having hi-fii Tampa all day cais. Tliey be carried to llio ducks by the ralln romii.iny nnii Ihen aboard s-hips. wiiich are already there. 50 th we ate lo K" across the water, but win liouiui no one knows. It is the sener impri'ssion ammif: the otticiTP of the Inurnnl company their heartfelt thanks for the papers which you send mo for distribution each day. The txvelvc papers thus obtained enables me to place one in every third tent, and have me led for the kitchen, guard house and headftnatters each. The boys say they heat letters as they have news M OPERATION AVOIDED. Mrs. Bosa Qatim Writes to Mrs. Piakham About it Sho Says BEABMRS. r take pleas- ure in writing you a few lines to in- form you of tlic pood your Vegetable Compound has. done me. I cannot thank you enqupli for what your medi- cine has done for me; it, has. indeed, helped rae wonderfully. Fof years I was trou- bled -with an hanfe will 1-c saf.lv nt int.-n-st a n-pnrt mado onrli yo-ir eacliycargrotv- "f Its am-Jiint. In order lo anticipate) the worse, un- Innnlrv mil h nic io a'ld that I made provlsi r my dc.-ilh before this p1" been it will nut be- come a part my '.'Fialii hut will be put such public 'IM; as my osvcutors may determine. K'-spcct fully si. FO-TTER. BEN HUB OFFICERS. a! Shaft iwciveil from him that t 1 do nnt want you to vn if I (io away, but cc ..IdrcsF my mail to this pla us they will lin.l me all riplit wliorcve may he pent, anil when 1 do got th thvy will be poml reading. a Hnor in bis tent and it bad not been h iiiade when the nnH-rs came to sot tr, leave. This i.- the second time that t n.ittn: thine liappencd to him, and era! of tbe ollicrrp. wb-.-n they wiw floor coins down. J-ktncly r.-iiiarked tl we would cet onli-rs to move, but tl ili.l not know that the joke would ?o s The new recruits flrr to rive, but none have nrrivc.l "Ur eo pie V( though. will b jityt altniu in time to accompany us .-Xl-C-lition. This will li-- a hard br--a in for the boys, as ar.> n-it use the cllniiitc'. wliilf hav- livrc havv; become f.ilrly last- I was compelled to consult %vith a physician. He said no thing could bo done for mo but to go under an operation. lo spcalung with a friend of mine about it, she recommended Lvdia E. COURT NO. 15 C1IOSK OKK1CEKS AT pinklllm's CompoTOd ITS LAST JIKKT1XG. ing me. I then sent for your medicine, and utter tak- AHXOLD'P BliOMO-CKLEKT. meM -srho shop have hcadadiCS- -it once. JO ct5. SoW by Ores? fi which ttm- invita- tions and two applications. The Past Chicf-C. H. A. K. J. H'tchnl. D. Knclf, K. M. The IF nnd every- thing to a successful future. "BICYCLE HEART." Easy Physic. There is ;i wrong ;ind n ripht way to correct constipation. The wrunj; way is the uM-style, pnu-ererful pill, whicli the Monuch. DEMON'S right way is f C TWO HXD1C1WM rv ANDION ic PELLETS POK SALE BY OSOSS roUablo remain PTT.T. ever offered to Indira, oiipeciKlly _ I ed to murried Afjf for MOTT'S VEHTXOTAI, rtLLlI sod take no other. Bead for circular. Vrlce f pur li IIVXCB for M.OTT-U CHKWUCAJL CO, Cicvuluna. OMo, PENNYROYAL PILLS. WAR PRICES. WE GUARANTEE FOR TEN YEARS ALL WORK. We employ an ac- kiiowK-dKfd fpeclullKt in crown and bridge work. We tist.' nothing but the best of material. We let no Work jju out except It be tlstlc and durable. NO PLATES WILL DO ALL KINDS OF 1CNTAL WOltK FOR 20 PER CENT liSS THAN ANY OTHER OFFICE N FORT WAYNE. It Is a Fact! It Is a Fact! Others cannot compete. Our reason U advertise our business and moke riends. 74 Calhoun Street. Over Mordhurst's Drug Store. 1OURS-S a. m. to 5 p. ra. Lady iUNDAYS until 1 p. m. Attendant. Skinned Hams. He HJ. Kmull lliuns, Ui. Pk-wic lltinm, 7c Hi. Khoulders. 7c m. California Hums. lh. Itrwakfuat llacun. I0u Ib. Dry Suit Hucon. ,Sc I-anl. Tfce Iti. or 5U-Ib can, Frankforts, Sc Ib. Holotfiia, tic tb. Loin Mactin. .Su Hi. These jirlcen are the same us In 1.009 ioim.1 hits anil mUliliiK but whole will ha sold at these prices. Itemuinber this la strictly cash urlcen. COMPANY. Cor. Main and Harrison St. Packing House W. Main St, OUR OWN MAKE JAPANESE CURE iltl'S A New- itn.l Tit I'l't'OSlTORHS, Uiiitinviit ami tuo of Oininictit, A nevei'-failiiis cure for Piles of every nature ami aWicf- It mali-sanoiicraiicii vjilt tlm kntfc, wlticlt is tttiiiful, and otten icsults ii death, Why endure this lerriblt lisease? We pack a Written Guarantea In each lox. Xo Cute, Xo Pay. we.ami Ji a box, 6 for Sent liy mail. Samjiltsfrtc OOTTMENT, 25o- and 50o. CiireH. Piles Prevented, fct Japanese Liver Pellett.tlic LIVER ami STOMACH KKGULATORand BLOOD PURIFIER. Small, mild and pleasant otakc: csjwcialN adapted for childicii's use. 50 loses 25 cents. 1 FR vi.il ol these famous little Pellets will Rtven uitli n !i box or more of Pile Cure. ChSUIMi KHBSll jAPANgSE CURE (or sale only by GROSS PELLENS, Druggists, Fort Wayne, Ind. Business Cards J. K. M'CRACKEN, INStTBANCE, BEA1 ESTAT1, AND LOANS. Money to loan on acceptable Oral mortgage real estate security. AppU- catlons can be filled without deity. Office, 33 E. Berry St. Over KHnker- berg's Drug Store. DR. MARY A. WHERY, Physician and Surgeon. Office and Residence, 26 Madison Bt Specialty, diseases of women. pfeone No. 170, Fort Wayne, Ind. STANTON, KITS Tfit'Nrt HKAKT. oniNr, rs- Kt'K Tl 1 K TIM-; SCHEUMAN KLAEHN, Undertakers and Embalmeri, 39 WEST MAIN STREET. Telephone No. 225. Office open day and nigtt O. .Ti ha -s.-.-rch-r" is i.li .Kt s-l-ii-r in iirit this Ih'- I- st in his <-x.itnlti.ilic f.-r "nlfstm-rit :itt-l a prartiti'iiiT Oh! you do not know how much pood TOUT medicine lias 
                            

From 1607 To The Present

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!

Growing Every Second

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.

Genealogy Made Simple

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!

Choose the Membership Plan that is right for you!

Unlimited 6 Month

$99.95 (45% Savings!)

Unlimited page views for 6 months Learn More

Unlimited Monthly

$29.95

Unlimited page views for 1 month Learn More

Introductory

$9.95

25 page views for 1 month Learn More

Subscribe or Cancel Anytime by calling 888-845-2887

24 hours a day Monday-Saturday

Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
Best Value! Save -45%
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"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.

Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 130 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

Uncover 400+ Years
of Newspaper Archives
(1607 to today!)

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 11 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

Explore 6,200+ Current &
Historical Newspaper Titles
and Counting!

Browse by Publication