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   Fort Wayne News, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               DYSPEPSIA For ifx 1 waa a vlcilm of In iia worst form. 1 could eat nothing but railk tonst, anil uttimesinyatomacli would noi retain and digest even that Lost March I began taltinp CASOARETS ami since then 1 have steadily Improved, until I am as well as I ever was lu my life." UAVID H. MuiiPflr. Newark. 0. Pleasant. Pnlatable. Potent, Taste Good, Do Good, Never Sicken. Weaken, or Gripe. lOo, Wo. CURE CONSTIPATION. Bltrllif foDpiBj, York, lit Ice Cream Soda! We have opened our Soda Fountain, and will, as over, serve tlic best lee Cream Soila in the city. Pure Fruit Juices and Syrups Are used by us exclusively. We have fresh crushed fruits day. Hires Root Beer, Gunther's Head and Hineral Waters on Draught. Dreier Bro., DRUGGISTS, COE. CALIIOUN AND COLUMBIA STS. IASURECURE FOR CORNSJ HALLS n. OPAINLESSO CORN CURE NEVER DISAPPOINTS, BUT QUICKLY CURES CORNS.BUNIONSmLLOIlSED SPOTS PAIN4- HIT TO rBL BlTIBriCTIOX flDlKlRTKlD. AT ALL DRUGGISTS, 2Do. T. D. Manurncturer, NEWARK, O. WE WIN AT MANSFIELD. Fort Wayne WlpB U0 Second Game at Hang field Owing to WilSneit. Fort Wayne won the game :ii. Mini; field in which JJiibb was liroiuiiK'llt but] for his fielding ami butting. The othc feature was licam'.s. wihlness. Five inei walked to first un wild DUOS and thre men were hit by tile ball. Rieman lint perfect control, and while his snppor was a trille ragged, lie- was very cll'eetivi FORT WAYNE. A.B. H. P.O. A. Fisher, 2h ...........4 1 3 1 Spencer, ss ..........3 0 1 3 O'Mcara, Ib ..........5 1 0 Campbell, c..........3 1 2 0 Mickey, cf ...........4 1 0 0 ............4 4 4 -1 Burnett, If ..........0 0 5 0 lieldcn, rf ...........4 1 :i 0 Ilciiiian, p ...........4 0 0 2 Totals ............31 0 2 MANSFIELD. A.B. H. P.O. A. R Bratt, rf ............5 Francis, ss ..........4 Flourney, cf .........I Knlz. 11) .............4 Burke, 3h ...........4 Bcecher. If ..........4 Werrick, 2h .........4 Bell, c ..............4 Beam, p ............4 East End Livery and Boarding Stable. Stock Int-clui ud new, eonititluf of Hacki, Surreyi, Pbsctoni, Otrriiget, lingle or double. We will hire tt a Terr low price. Hacki for wedding! and funenli. PlciM nil and ezunlne our tumoutj and be coBrinced Utit thtj tn the bat in Uie cltr. Offlct open md Night. TEU5PHONB No. 167. JOS. WEICK CO., Hannft St., Between Jeffenon and Waih- ington Streets. J. K. ncCRACKEN, Til-State Bulldog, Conur Bctnr ul 1 Clinton Sti., Sound Floor. I Fire, Life and Accident Insnrinct, REAL ESTATE LOANS. J. M. E. Riedel, ARCHITECT, Sonmlti Block, FORT WAYNE, INDIANA. LAKE BREEZES bring relief from tlio awcUerinff hent of tbotown.orcity. They raiso your spirits and restore your energy. Tno grnateHt comfort and pleasure in loko trarel Is on ono of tbo LAKE MICHIGAN AND LAKE SUPERIOR TRANSPORTATION GO'S ELEGANT STEAMSHIPS, Sailings between Chicago and Mftcklruc Island four times every weeki at extremely low rates. Tho now steel stonmship "Manitou" is n magnificent veasc-L cloKnntly eciuirincd witli OTory comfort anil convenience. Tri-wcokly 'twirt Clilcago, Charlevolx, Harbor Springs, Pctotkcy, Bay View, Alicklnac Island, etc. Writo for Interesting rend- infr mnttor, gent or uak ronr nearest nROnt. Address Biirolilielm, 0. P. A. I.AH1R IIIICH. AND LAKE SUPI'ISIOH XIIAM8. CO. Ruth and N. Water St., Chicago. Totals ............37 0 24 IS ........1 -t Ii 7 S n- Fort Wayne......1 2 1 0 1 0 1 0 C llnnsllclil'........2 1 0 1 0 I) 11 0 Two-base hits Campbell, Babb, 2 Three-base Home olcll buses-Brail, Belt, Spencer, Bur- First base on balls Oil' Beam, a Hit by pitched 3. Struck out Benin, 3. Wild P nil Double plays Beam to Francis to Francis to Katz; Fran- lo Werrick lo Kfttz. land. Time of OTHER INTERSTATE GAMES. DAYTON, 0., June shut out Springfield. Tbe visitors could not hit Rosehrough's curves, while Dolaii was comparatively easy. Tbe game was very up lo the eigblh. The score: Javton 00000003 ipriiKjficld Base 11; Springfield, 5. 1; Springfield, 4. Bnt.- nnd Donahue; Dolan and Grailius. A NEW PITCHER. Nl'jW CASTLE, June 29. Yonngslown played a magnificent game yeslcrday, Hie new pifchcr, llarbnrger, doing the finest wink itnagiucable. New Castle could not hit him at Hie right time. The score: Voiim'slowu.....10010001 New Castle .......0 1 0000 0 0 Base hits-- New Castle, 5; Youngstow S. Cuslle. Batteries-- C. .Smith ami Barkley; Marhiugcr and Good- hail. THREE HOME RUXS. CRANK NAP1DS, June -The feat lire of the game was the exciling finisll with llnee home runs in tile lasl inning. The M-ore: Toledo .........12210110 Grand Rapids .2 0 0 1002 0 Itapids, Hi: Toledo, 14. Errors- Grand Rapids, 3: Toledo, 3. Rapp and Cote; Ewing and .Myers. j'xTKHSTATE LEAGUE STANDING, i Clubs. Toledo lii) 37 23 J1I7 Dayton lili 3rt 2S .570 New 34 .540 Smiiinncld 114 34 30 .531 0-2 31 31 .500 Grand Rapids 00 21! 34 .433 Fort Wayne Ii5 28 37 .431 03 23 40 .305 THE NATIONAL LEAGUE. PITCHERS. H. n.E. I'itlshnrg. Killcii-Ilaslings..... 5 8 4 Boston Willis...... Ii 14 3 Cleveland Wilson........ 022 Xew York !l 0 Second Cleveland Young...... (100 Xew York .....Seymour......4 12 7 Louisville Mngrc......3 S 1 Philadelphia Plait......8 11 2 Si. Louis llnghey...... 2 0 1 Cincinnati Dwyer...... 3 5 3 Second game- St. Louis Sudhofl'...... 0 !l -2 Cincinnati Dammnnn...... 582 WKSTEHN LEAGUE GAMES. Columbus, 3; Del roil, 5. St. Paul, 7; Kansas City, 5. Minneapolis. 3; Omaha, 4. Milwaukee, 14; Indianapolis, 5. .MAXSPIELD COMMENTS. Ill speaking of the firsl game al Mans- field, the Mansfield Shield has tlic follow- ing gossip: Tommy Campbell i.s a great catcher and :i sticker, too. Mickey, in the center, has an excellent opinion of himself. His playing doesn't warrant il. Spencer is something of a youngster. lie bids fair to developc. Eddie O'Mcttl'a is not "so worse" at tirst. seems to be able to play old place. We like Fort Wayne, because she low ercd tin- "dolibcrs" of the O'.Meara's crowd hardly looked like th same gang. Eddie himself was on Uiig No. 1, instead of "Dummy" Ki! O'Meara acquitted himself well, hiindlinr n number of low throws in clever style George England, who is here to mnpii the T'ort Wayne series, formerly playc< ball for the Mansfield team. It was ii 1887. England, who has only one arm was a pitcher, and "some loo. Many of Ihe fans remember hi good work in Ihe loam. "Farmer'' Alloway is n good-naliirei fellow. Mansfield and rort Wayne players an congenial. .Babb Ifiinks lie Ls able to play botl short and third. But one can't get a from the fact, he's a good third Eddie. O'Meara manages nnd cuptai the Fort Wayne team and gets in the game. too. SPORTING NOTES, had perfect control yeslerday Uabb hit for a total of eight yes terday. Vale defeated Harvard yeslerday by score of 7 lo 0. f Hiclcey only had one chance yestonhn ml lie fell down   Mixed train, leaves at...... IDaily Except Sunday. WEST BOUND. Leaves Tc ido, 0., via C., II. ft R'y Arrives Fort Wayne Leaves Findlny, 0., Arrives Fort Wayne Leaves Findlay, 0.......... Arrives Fort Wayne pm Arrives Fort Wayne IDaily Except Sunday.   

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