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   Fort Wayne News, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               "f KILLED BY SPANIARDS. A WAR CORRESPONDENT In Cuba Captured and SUnatlon in Spain-At Havana. GIBRALTAR, May have takci fdttM all over Oviedo, Cindunl, Keal, Vadelpenas and other la all places martini law ha.-s Iwn declared. The wwluLionury spirit id rife. SOOT BY SPANIARDS. CHICAGO, May udvicoa re- ceived1 here this morning pay II, (I. Whig- hmn, n earrwpondent of the Chit-.igo Tri- huno, WOH wpttired and shot by .Spaniards ill f'ultiL HIOTS JN HAVANA. KKV WiffiT, Flu.. May take the Canaries and hand the the latter in return for the support whii Kiighuid has given the United States the present war. This has added fuel inca rfirctt from Havana that (he pco the naniu of rt-M-nt incut against thn iittr pic becoming mure and more inci-iised iVn-iue of foreigners, and us the quec -1 -f other serious reverse- Then, probably n como the (light of tho queon regent a her son and tho eatablUhmiuit uf a d tutorship. Even now Christina is besido with apprehension. Tho hoy king, it said, is now old enough to underMa that hia position is jeojiadrizcd, and tli his mother is likely to driven fro hia palace. Christina upon every sion where she can do so safely to IIITH aud her boy, nhowB hersulf witJi t young king nt her Hide, hoping that 1 (ippL'iirani'ti will have the ellect of stim hiting in the breiistn of the innlconten loyalty to Iliu dynasty, which is i threatened so deapenitelv. Tim ill fcHiiitf jiginnst the qu  iiuitC3 nfter we opened fire. The Cil cinnati did the best. "We ii.-H.-d only the starhuai'd VIEW OF MANILLA. a, tbocapitul and largost city of ilio Philijipijn; i.slunda, has a popu- lation cf aboat consisting of Spanish Creoles, Chinese imlC breeds aucl nativsa "Up to within 25 ycara ago It was a of imposing iippeuranrn, hoTiees being solidly built of hUmo, but au earthquake shook most of them to piftww. nod when tho inhabitants rebuilt thuy iimdo low, lightly constructed faonsos ol wond and batnbon. Jn her mix up with .Admiral Ucwoy, i.- Causing troiiliii-. Of   men and ofhYers." LOST IN FLOODS. Seronteen Families Reported Drowned in the South Canadian. FOKT WOIlTII. Tcsn-.. Mny V. --Tin ftrni-tiim In (he lloo.U in tint linind and Arkan.-a-, bofloms is n- ported to lie .-nonnoiis. llailroad inillii over sevenil lines on ar- unit nf l.iidg.-s being washed and those that vrt remain being in ;in nn It has Jii-t'ii raining in purl- nf UK; .lian Tei-iiti.iv almost, eonlinunu-lv live and tiie siirroinifling Hiiiidcd. .Mneh property imri'li of gee has br.-n de-troy.-d, mill liii'g.; n are reported drowned. es are nt work sil- ities havi'" pn-iflH-d in the Hood-. [hat swift sti-i-am. II H n-pnrlr.1 thai a ft.in-f.ii.l h.-ad in Ihe river is eotniug Tin- i is now higher than was ever known fore. Kifiy drnmin'-r- an- water-In. HATE SPANIARDS. PortugueHS Who Plod to Escape Service aro Found in New York. iceti.rri ye-ferday (ook tfi the of- ce t.wenfy-seven'l'orluyneM! who had tied fmin tin; feariiifr ['or They mifhcd I'roviueetown. XfusH all and came to I'd and led (he unthinking to natch for Spain. that tli thirt folly evidently lina lietroine iipparent si net: th'ij battle of Mn- nihi, and the now faking place Tin; men were taken In-fore the np They said they were daily mny IK; expecfed to yet, get hcyond Afr. ntid Afrq. A. Wmvlruir. of Van ronlrol M anon 114 -Sjiain meets with nre rcgifiloa-d ut the New Aveline. THE PRIZE RELEASED AN UNAVOIDABLE ERROR Promptly Rectified by. the Unite States Plans for the In- vasion of Cuba. 1JMSTON, .May captui of the I'Ycnch hteamer Uifayettc, for a templing lo run the blockade at Ilavan. seems to have been a mistake. T! French ambassador had notified UK- sUil depai'hnent lhat his hleainer, which Ie Knincfi before the declaration of ca i ied mail and dispatches for the Krcnc consul at Havana, It also curried n nun her of passengers bound for Huvanu. The J'reiich government claimed that i wiiB a mail steamer ami that it shonl disehargt; no part of its cargo, whethc L-onlralwitid   That poi'lion of prurinnui on covering I hi; ciwi> follows: "The right lo s.-an-h is to be ex.'msi'i vilh Mrict regard for (he rights of ncu and Jhe voyages of mail steamer ne not to be interfered wild exeepi m In-, clearest ground of suspicion of viola ion of the. law in re-ipeet to t-ontral jr blockade." The president, uxpie'-sly warns fur H.-els, even iimil against break ng the blockade, seems to Imv 'tn what the. Kafavelte siltempt II. said I [ml. wlielher or nut. tli hip carried of war is utcly immaterial in the disno-Mlion of h nly way it can be defeated in the sonate vill Ix: for llic to talk it to dwith. Some of t.lif! who opposed tin; i'jity uf itinii'xalion did HO bcwiuse of licir denirc to forct a vote on Cuban indc- IftidencG. They ant now saLiafic'd with lio Cuban filiation, eiitliusiastic over 'otninoclorc Dewey's victory nt .Manila, in iwor of holding thn Philippines, and cativ to vote for the annexation of Jhi- Tlic opposition to the pxtenfion of our ffrritory iri clianjjing UM wnutors and rop- Hlndy tlin pousihijitics of tin; 'aoiiic ui'i'jin, William II. Reward, Itoyal to-day. The reports were so and appeared fo bo BO near the Con ilcnw. that Captain Flatley put on a li Iioad of .steam to mn.ko for Charlesto The tender Wisteria put to sea to iiivt" tigiite, but was unable to find the can GOVERNOR BUDD. Spinijh Plot Agaimt t'be Life of C.lifoluia Execativa Ditcovered. SAX FILAXC'IHCO, May (.'onsiii iigainnt the life of Governor iiiri stuti.1, in silid (o have been lliienrlhe itn employe of the Southern Pacifi niilronci. He tlnif while on :i tnii THE CRUISER BOSTON. The JBostnii is a proteoteil cruiKor and was built iu 1888. She displaces tonn of water. Her horsepower is and her speed 15.6 knots. Sho 1ms six fi inch arid two 8 inch breRehloading riilcs, two (J pound, two 3 pormd anil two 1 pound rapid fire guns, two Hotrlikit-s rovnlving cannon and two chief theater of event.-, in llic world's While all tit.! KnNiL powers of Kimipi to Un-ir influences in it: Pacific ncejni. it., islanils a.s well as it- vat. shore, the United lia- mained indillVrenl. until now. Hut with ie. sudden of tin- Philippine lands and a foothold in flit: east, then awakened intercM in the whole IV fie. and its central basis in flu iian i.-lnnds, whieli are now asking uji- xalion and showing the friendship ol fur war The "friends Hawaii an Intpe Ilial. tlie little n-jinlilie will annexed lo (lip Untied uraged THE LOYAL LEGION. 10 Annual Meeting is Held an Elected. US. com- iindery of Indiana of (he miliiarv ord. the b'gion of the 'Id its annual mectinj; yestei-day afler- )on in the senate t'hamher of Ihe capi- 1, and last nt the Deni-nn ,ve si lianqnot in honor of the ladies ie meeting was tl......oil lankly attend- in the history of the enniiuandery and e and entertaiiini'-nt the ju irtontious in which me eommand ee was tendered I In! eoniplimen! iler, Imt deeliiied lo In' eon- lered for the pihition, holding thai were otlin.-i who winilil honor the nnd he felt lhat there should he from year lo year. II.. lled the very e.....plinipnt Ilial :1 lieen paiil li'uti in the past and hi.s eomnanions for lln-ir il ui'M. Tlie ..h-eliou of ollieers re- Ited us folhnvs: Brown. Senior Vici-( omniamler- Major .1. Innior l.ient.-nant .1. Kovse, Terre Iliiute. l.'iTiinler Colonel A. Himlh. Indian- ..Ms. Tr.-a.-nrrr Caplain llora.v Jh-Kny. In- -The Hrr. Tli.mias K Cnlhii.-, Caplain .lolin K. rleland. In- dianapolis. C'haneellor Elder Coopi-r, Kv- (.'nuncil of O. K .lacohs Kvansville; ('a plain II. Indianapolis: H. MeCivw, indiaiiup olis: (.olonel Jt. S. Port Wavne. HEARS HEAVY FIRING. Crew of Tug Confidence. Rilaft Sturtllrj; Report to Chulestoo. CHARLKSTON, S. May 7.- The liitf Confidence, returned here from Savannah niul reported to havn hoard liGiivy firing between Ifelcnn and I'ort one earlv in the week he heard thre Spaniard.-, d'iM-us-intr (he details of tli [.lot. he inake-i of tliu SEATS COLLAPSE. Scores of People at JfiBriea-Sbatkey Contea1 Are lojuied. SAN .Mai- 7. l-'nlly people erowded lull, till- Pavilion las mglit lo the twi'iitv-iiiiiiul iy .loe .lellries, the Shortly l.e'fore o'eloek a section of tin temporary niise.l .-eats, eonsl.-ut-te.l nt ai elevulioii of from three to leu feet, eol lapsed wittt a. fearful throwinj, sonin f.OO people on their faees. A Mini her ha.lly bniised and two men snf fered l.roken arms. HERB TO STAY! The BOSTON DENTAL PARLORS are not connected with any other office in the city, and are here to stay. Perfect Work Makes Oui Success Continuous. Drr.nl of Hie Drnl.nl TLTCTU KMraetcil Without Pain. I P n I tl Crmincd Witliont Paili i i ii Kiljcd H.itllout Sot cf Tflsth 1C. C. whita) SG.o: !2k QM fiell ttj Briico jeVicslh A wriitoc CussBtoc 10 Ycin ijth Ah Wcri. No Charge for Ei- tracting when Teeth are Ordered. tkil falls in vour moi We maki: a of rrmtdyinjr iiioyiiiff ilofi-tts. will bf im.lcr Hi.- 1 iiinnacniKiit o( Dr. tl.' lo IN_> anil iniiok- r-it-tor of Ict-tli in llic L'nitcil Klati-t Our Success is Causing Con at em at ian Among Competitors. Dcwarc (.f tlcntbo wlio assail ius. MO PLATES js to fill, extract nnO crown teeth without a par- ticle of imin or lad aftor I'ffccf will ploasc y Ofvc m u call u anil you will w-nd ynur not r.atisficil we will make Ira. A Baillfe, 44 Lnvina St., nays: "1 IIIK) 10 teeth extracted at Hoilon Dental rurlnra without ptfn alsolutoly." John Ifo, Iml.; Mn St.; Mr. A. Cumahnn, Atilnirn; OhnrK- Sficicrr, State Institute; ilr. Willia oflinkiT, 9 K. Wnwliinpton. until 0 11. m.; Knmlays until 2 u. m, Urty BOSTON DENTAL PARLORS, Situations Wanted. anil organ pnpils, at 25c IH.T lesson, at 02 E. Jeffcrsou SU lo do bj a middlp- agcd Inquire or address 'T. thiii ollicc. 29-tf Female Help Wanted. 1 1 A punl Ucnuan rirl for (jnd Kill Apply at 188 street, at onrc. y.Op WANTED-A cooiriiTiuriiiy of Ihrcc- fionil no Ap- ply l-ia Jlerrv. (1 A gooj uook, with refer- ences. Good wages paid. Apply at onco nl 120 E. Alain 8t. 3-5t Male Help Wanted. WAITED Two lo work in factory. Inijiiiie 23 Bwiug street. fliscellaneous Wants. kindn of shears grinding to do, by the only electric Hheat- grinder in the city. Priee 10 cents. EDWARD STHRLINO, (il Bast Berry SI. For Rent. TOE finely located Uotiss in good repair; 7 rooms; hydrant, eistfirx and natural gas. For particulars caH at 113 West Jfony. "3-tf FOB house, 526 Souti Callmnn St. Jlath room complete, heat- ed hy hot water, gas and electric chan- deliers in nil rooms; cement cellar, with uliito laundry tub; driveway from CaJ- lumn St. to harn. Will leaeo to good party. at 37 W. lierry St., Cor. Harrison. y-tf For Sale. FOR bay pony; four yeara old. Uiindsomcct pony in Fort Wayne; broken to uaraeaa. this office. g-tf SALE-Clienp. A aieo cotfji-re; modei u improvoment-s in Williams' addition; owner living ont of the city. For purtieulurs cull 229 E. Wash ing ton. 2ii-w-s-tf FOR tiome, four roonie and cellar; uieu lot; good location; nirc neighborhood. owner rauat leave the city. Will eeU for ?70f) if fiold foon. No agentn need apply. Ad- dress "L.." Uiis oflico. 2-tf FOR goo4 property OE monthly jiayments. I albo buy and exchange eity or farm property at any- time. Also money to loau. Inquire 5 and 0 Bonk Block. 8. KREI3TOFFER. 126. Hcsidcnco, Professional. A New Discovery is Gynecology- Ae it gradually dl- lates the womb, nervous diseases, aris- ing 'from Spaemodif .clion, are cured. Also PAINFUL MEN- TRUATION, TUM011S. and OVARIAN XISEASE3. For particulars Bend two- ent stamp. Agents wanted. Territory or sale. Dr. 1-iiilaw, 311 8. Oth Gt, aniden, New Jersey. 2-12-wa-3m IB. B. QAED, RESIDENT SPECIALIST. Sprain! diseasra of JIAN and OltlFIClAL SURGKJIY of either ecs. TrusHcH fittud :uid niptnrc cured; ftlec- tro therupcutic bathg in chronic rhcu- juimlysia, louomotor ataxia( and pronounced incurable diBcaacy, Omcu Ko. 13 West Wayno St., Wayne, Tnd. DR. T. H. McCORMICK, M. D., Kooms 1 and. 2, White's Hank Block, Fort Wayne, Tnd. Home Telephones: Offico, 184; denee, 291 South. Office hours: 9 to 12 a. m., 1 to 6" p. m. Sunday, 2 to 5 p. m. Miscellaneous. are prcparisd to largo loans on improved business prop- erty well located; ulso to mako smaU loans on improved dwelling property. Wo also have n. large list of improved dwellings for sale, and houses to rciit. SCJIKADER WILSON, First Floor, No. 7 Court Street LL AFFLICTED With a eough of long htanding resulting from la grippe or weak lungs, or hemorrhages, should try my eough and lung syrup, an old Indian remedy, made of roots rjict herbs. It has never been known to filii. CaH at Ufi Fairticld avenue. KRKK Open every morning from to clock. .MEDICJLNKS to the poor. e dispensary 13 in the building of jrt Wayne College of Medicine, 1M eat Superior Btreet Patients too sicfc come to tho dispensary -will be viBited theJr homes. Dispensary in charge ol DISPENSARY STAFF. Tlie tiiui' to jjct ixt the liiifjs in thfi when all creeping, crawling and vermin arc revived from their in- Uvit.y of winter. I'o get ill thoni good and sl.rong nt this me moans thnt you rid yournclf of them r season. As the. wfjxlher gets warmer they inul- )ly and all your efforts to exterminate em will avail nothing. Poisons for all Sorts of Vormm. OTH BALLS, INSECT POWDER, CAMPHOR, PARIS CREEK, HELLEBORE, 3 POISON AND STICKY FLY PAPER.! FREESE RANKE, PHAttMACIBTR 88 CulhcuH Street.   

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