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   Fort Wayne News, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               rday's ball guim; jiluasoil tlie fans, i a slugging match, imd Forl >imlled tlie bat skilfully, Thin rsfc gainc fur some timo in which jsiers have wielded file bat skil- score: TOUT WAYNE. A.B.K; B.II.P.O. A. B. .4 1 1 3 1 1 lli .5 :i 1) 2 0 11, c ii 1-1 2 1 0 B .1 2 2 (l 0 cf 3 0 0 :t 0 0 B Wlni B Sunday Game in Match in Which We Were tho Sluggori. Ijf ........4 1 a 2 0 0 l.rf........5 1 J U It 1 1113.0 ........38 10 13 27 V2. 3 YOUJiGSTOWN. A.B. R. B.H. P.O. A. E. Art, 2b......4 0 0 3 0 pb........1 0 0 0 0 0 If ........5 D 1 4 0 0 ft, rf........5 0 3 4 0 I e ..5 0 2 11 0 0 cf .....r> 1 1 2 0 0 Hi, I 1 12 0 0 '_, 3b .......2 1 1 0 3 0 jurat, ss___4 0 tl :t 4 0 jer, p ......4 0 1 0 0 1 Enla ........as 3 12 27 10 ii jbiiirs........1 23460780 igBlown .....0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0- 3 Steen. Stolen ;orn, Gilboy. First bnse on bulls S'orcom, 3; olT Kneppcr, 4. Hit by :ied Knepper, 4. Strucl; out Norconi, 1; by Knupper, 2. Wild 1. Double llmrt, Ebtcniucsl, Kussell, 2. Um _ilgan. Time of OTHErt. INTERSTATE CAMK5. PttlNGKIKLD, 0., July home nm hit in the seventh inning tho bases full, won yesterday's for Munsllcltl. Wells hlruck out vtui men. This score: tnnfioM........0 0002 O.fi 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 7; Mansfield, 9. n-s- Springfield, 5; HaiislicM, 3. nnd Grnlllus; Ely und Sit. NEW CASTLE WINS. TOLtiUO, July Castle won lother game here Sunday, tliret. of the four in the series. An wpml dumber of hits made, off each pitcher 'blit tho visitors got thras two [doubles nnd a triple off Kceiian in one netting five runs. The score: l.'nstlo.......00300500 ....0200000 I) .._HO 10: New 10 3; New Ca.-itle, Hat iiwl Arthur; Gnuse urn inniiD. FIVE STRAIGHTS. GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., July 'his irainu Sunday was tho fifth straigh by Grand Rapids and the local fans ire growing enthusiastic. Tlie game was {won by good work in both box nnd field fl'-hft srarc: ft rand Rapids.....50100100 Dayton..........U0101020 and Cote; Streit am Liitimer. Ua.se Rapids, 0 myion, 7. 2 Dayton, 2. STAXUIXO Won. ........41! -J8 ..........-13 32 ..rt7 ..........40 VIXTERKTATE cinbs. W Caatle ytfin jind nsficlil rt Waynis .47! .42 .3; Annual Sfllos Boxes PILLS JOE BHIOUS ASD BEBVOBS WSOEDEK8 uuch as Wind and Pain in tho Stomach, Giddiness, Fulness aftor meals. Head- ache, Dizziness, Drowsiness. of Heat, Jam at Appetite. Costlvoness. Illotehcn on tho Skin. Cold Chills. Dis- turbed Sleep. Mchtfnl Dreams and all Nervous and Trembling Sensations. T. THE PB8SI DOSE TOi GIVE BELIEF IN TWEHTT MINUTES. Every sufferer will aefcnowlodae them to A WONDERFUL MEDICINE. DEECHAH'S PILLS, token nsdlrcct- t od, wlUqnieklyrestoro Pomalos to oom- vrloto health. They rroraplly romovo obstmotlonaorlrroffulnrltles of tho srs- teiu ana cure sick llcadaclio. Fora Weak Stomach Impaired Digestion Disordered Liver IK MEN, WOMEN OR CHILDREN Beecham's Pills are Without a Rival And hnvo tlin LARGEST SALE luilio World. 25c. at all Urnc Stores. m-th WESTERN LEAGUE. Columbus, 0; Kansas City, 3. St. Vaill, 3; Milwaukee, 9. Second St. Paul, 3; Milwaukee, 3. THE NATIONAL LEAGUE. There was but, one. National league nine played yesterday. The content win Chicago and Cincinnati ut Chi- ajjo. Brcitciistein and Callahan were opposing pitchers, and Cincinnati won y a" fit-ore of '10 to 7. Chicago made, oven errors in the field, and this .vaa the use of defeat. SATURDAY'S GAMES. Fort Wayne was defeated Saturday by Yonngstown by a score of 'i to 1. Fort Viiynu lost the RUIIIO on licndwork. Two acrificc hits properly placed would have von tho game. Fort Wayne seemed to nek judgment in every play it made. Toledo, G; New Castle, 5. Grand Rapids, 10; Dayton, Ii. Mansfield, 1; Springfield, 2. THE NATIONAL LEAGUE- Philadelphia, 1; JJoston, 2. I'ittsbnrg, 3; Louisville, 11. Washington, 'A; Baltimore, 10. Chicago, 5; Cincinmili, 3. Cleveland, if; St. Louis, 4. New York, .1; .Brooklyn, 2. WESTERN LEAGUE. Detroit, H; Minneapolis, 'A. Columbus, a; Kansas City, H. Indianapolis, 2; St. Joseph, 0. St. Paul, 2; Milwaukee, 1. TOM CAMPHELI, KELBASKD. Lust evening after the game, Toi wiis released from the Fort rt'nync learn, and the. management fpvca no particular reason. He WHS without doubt one of tlie best catchers in the In lorslate and he will not be UHIJ. without an L'ligiigunienl. His hitting Inn been better tlnui the average Foi-t [ihiycr. AMATEUR BPOHTK. 'Hu- NewHUoy.4 were defeated by tin East Knds Saturday by a wore of 12 t( 13. The Broiulwny Stars and the Nebraska! played u game of Kill at Centlivre park Sunday afternoon. game was full o errors on both Hides, tlie ground being i very baa eondition. The Broadways woi isily by gupcrior and lundy but ting. The battenea' were Johnson, (Jib son and llorstnian for the am Gafl'ncd und Smitli for the Broadways Nobniskns; 7. Er rors 12; 10. SPORTING NOTES. The new men seem tu hit, firillin is eating up base Itits ut hh< 1'lood lias nuidc :i good impression left field. linncluiti is now it regular pitcher New CiiKtlus .-.tuir. Icllride, of YoungHtown, may again bt with the U'lim. HR bulongs to Yoiingi town and can plav with no oilier clu in anv of the leagms under Hie Naliomi ngreement. Melfridc has been labeled a a deserter. Fort Wayne is at Youngstown to-daj The team should win a majority of tl games on tho trip to expect large crowd )ii theit return. The fans will pai rniiizc the game in Voit Wayne if th team is winning. Allowjiy was tmded yesterday I Yoiingsfown for Puttorsoii, the Yanegun! general utility man. H ia said that 1'al terson will go to first bnse and O'.Mear take 'font Campbell's place behiii the bat. Up to dnle Cnmplioll has caugl all of Fort Wayne's ganie-s but two. Pitcher I'islier, who shut Crand Rapii out in line of the of July 2 at 'Ii ledo, is on "Manager Torreyrion'.s claim 1U ami has no right to play anywhere cent, in Grand Rapids. Hu deserted T lexion is perfect and riie sleeps well avery Lucy MeNutt, Bnish Valley, Pa, Celery King for the Nerves, Stomach, Liver aiul Kidneys is sold in 2iie nnd fiOe iniekagus by Freese Uanke. Mr. Wesley Davis is lying very Ruri ill at his home on "fcifit Wayne street No-To line fur Fifty Cents. Guamnuvcl tohmxo habit cure, -we.ilt Miu BtroDB, blood pure. bUo.fl. All druK'fii Minn Johnson, of Angola, is u guest at the New Avelhie. Thousands of persons have been curei of piles by using DeWilt's Witch liaze Salve. It hrala promptly and cures eczema and all skin diseases. It gives immediate relief. Gross Pollens. Fort Wayne to Chicago and AH Points East tmd Weit. )weet rates via Nickel Plate Iload. peerless trio of fast express trains dail; each direction. All express trains o Nickel Plate Head arrive and depart from Van Bnrcn fitrcet Union Passenger Sta tion, Chicago. It J. Hamilton, Agent Tort Wayne, Ind. 'Phone 507. No. 72 -------.---------0---------------- QUICK RELIEF FOR ASTHMA. Poley's Honey mid Tar is guaranteed t give prompt relief in all cases of Asthm: Do not class this with other medicine that have failed to give relief. Give it trial. Dreier Bro. Mr. Philip Ryan spent Saturday th guest of Columbia City AKXOLU'S URO-MO-ClibEnV. Dtm't forget that this remedy cures neuralgia, sleeplessness. 10 For rialr by Gross Pellens. Mr. Will Kern returned Suturdny from Chicago, where he was graduated with honor.s from the Chicago University. "I have boon CASCAUETSfor .nsomnla, w-lth which I Imvo ufilictcd for ivor twonLy years, und I can say thai Cuscurout mvo given mo raoro relief thiin any other remo- Uy I have ever tried. 1 shall ccrtuinly recom- raonii tliem to toy fricnfls ua belnj; nil iliey are represented." TDOEL QILLAHU, KiRlu, 111 J. C. PELTIER. Undertaker CURE CONSTIPATION. Blfrllni; llftatir CenpinT, Cl.lcam, SI-IT Vtrk. 3 Tlic board of pablie- works will meet ,his afternoon. There wilt be no business of special importance. "I owe my whole life Burdock Blood liiltera. Scrofulous sores covered my body. I seemed beyond cure- B. JJ. B. lias made me a. perfectly well llra. Cliarlus Hullcn, Berville, -Mich, x iss lircnda J'lsher, who bus -hern spending several weeks in Klklmrt. 11- I timed home Saturday. [Jhtonlo fluSbren, Has MwHcino Tailed? Don't forget that Elec- tricity as produced by THI DR. QPALD1H9 MTENT ELBOTRIO BELT WILL CURE YOU. Dont pny flS to f30 for others when yon can fitt the best In the world from us for Jt> to with Bguaiautee. Call or write us Tor facto. We are headquarters fur Electric Batteries Zincs, Cells, Chords, Carbons and Bat- tery Supplies of all descriptions. Dreier Bro., DRUGGISTS, COR. CALHOUN AND COLUMBIA STS ESTABLISHED 1845 -AND----- Embalmer, FORT WAYNE, INDIANA IfEnnsylvaniaynes. Trains Eun by rninn Depart from Pcniigylvanii'Sliition, Fort Wnynej Inil. EAST BOUND. WEST BOUKD. am a in a in p ai pm jpui p Cliicago. front CJltAND ILAl'JDS INDIANA Jt. Time Table for Fort Wiiync, Ind. IHfcct July 3, 'ISOS: NOKTH BOUND. Loaves. Kor Grand Rapids anil NorUt 1 For CIranil llapids nnd North For (jtmiid Rapids and North From Itichmond SOUTH BOUND. For llifilmioiul nnd Cincinnati For Biclimtmil and Cincinnati p m Frmn Grnnd "Daily. iDaily Except Sunday. Time Table Effective Jnnc lOtli. From Fort Wayne. GOING EAST. Xo. ii Eaatnrn Express, Daily if: 1 It a ra No. Accomntodii- tion, dailv Xo. 0 England Fast Mail, daily KxprcaB) Ex. Sunday.............. pm GOING WEST. Xo. Tjfluis Day Express, Ex. Sunday No. 7 Kanaas City Camion Ball, daily Xo. 1 3rast Mail, daily.................. No. ;i Louis Limited, daily H: If. pin Avcom., Sunday only No. (i. EKNYROYAL PILLS IM, toiled with bins ilbboii. Tali __other. KtfU't rfanjjmnii mlilitu There is a Time For Every thing I And THIS is the Time to be BOTHERED WITH Flies and Mosquitos. Better prspare for them before your house is full. Call and examine our line of Screen Doors and Windows AT THE LOWEST PRICES. NEVER DISAPPOINTS, BUT QUICKLY CURES SPOTS H-WITHOUT HIT TO CBX. BATIBP1CTIDH OD1K1KTUD. AT ALL DRUGGISTS, 25c. F. D. Manufacturer. NEW AUK, O. East End Livery and Boarding Stable. Block Cnt-cUM ud new, eonifitlnr of Hacki, Bnrreyi, Phietom, Cirrligti, liuglt or Hnuble. We will hire it very low price, liicki lor weddinga and lunerals. Pleans and our turnouU aod be convlnred thcj tbf Leet in the city. OJBca open Daj Nigit TELEi'SONE No. 1C7- JOS. WEICK CO., Huma St., Between .IcfferBon and Watb- ington Streetn. All triiiiwiirrivontnnd ilnjjiirl.fnimVwu. I: rut U i! ion I'nssfliicrr al.ttinn, Ohicapo. I iiirunticd Colored I'orturB utii'iut Jlrs ..Mill data c'-nclies on thruiigli r ntn. .140 17 CO 11 i_ily iireptrtiJuJaj. M. Dwrk tyi-e i'. M. Tlirmich Dfawinfj SlwiiiriK Care on Nos. i 4 uml 8 to ClurclamI, Krio.HulTalo. Nqw York ami Huatoii; on Nos. and 5 to Chicago.. Minils urn --LTvnd UinincSta- tii.us ami hi Kicltol P.'ato Ciniutf Cara ut opiwr- J. M. E. Riedel, ARCHITECT, Schmitx Block, FORT WAYNE, INDIANA. Also Lawn flowers Garden Tools. and 38 mul 40 ICnst Cohnnliift St. LAKE BREEZES brinfi telinf from (.ho sweltering hontof tho town.orcity. Tlioy your spirits nnd restore your onorfry. firontost comfort ami pleasure ia lake travel is Oil UDU Of tllO LAKE MICHIGAN AND IAKE SUPERIOR TRANSPORTATION CD'S ELEGANT STEAMSHIPS, fallings between Chicago and Macklnie Islnnd (our times every week, at extremely low rntcs. Tho now Ft eel fitonmsliip "Hanltou" is a miiKiiiflccnl vcsinl, nlotinntly equipped ovcry rnnifort and convmiiencif. TrJ-wpokly 'twist Chicairn. Clinrlfivolx, Hnrbor Sprinzs, Pctoskcy, Hay View. Mncklnac Island, etc. for inlfirfiating read- m.lMi-r, Beat, f rce, OP ask I Tlt.lNS. CO. J.AKKKniEfeWlKTERN Cliailgc of Time, Sunday. Oct. 3nl, ISU7. SOUTH. Uavra. 41 (oxropt Sunday) No. (daily) J p 111 No.171, Loral Freight MOUTH. Arrivrt.1 No. 411 (daily) Xo. 42 (cxcoiil Sunday) p m No.170, Local ftcight -trill in LAKE SHORE MICHIGAN SOUTHERN. [Tort Division.] Prom North. Cim-mnnti Kxpresfl, Ar Detroit ExprftSS, Ar Kxprosa, Ar 3 50 }j m Way Vrdght, Ar pra Ooing North. (.'inoiiinat i I.v llctroit Express, Lv I.v a m Way 1'rcif-lit, I.v A'll Tr.iiin Daily Except Sunday. 1-lxm.AY, FflU'l" WAYNE ft WEST- KUN JUIIAVAY. Ti Tnlilc for Fort Wayne, .limn Ulh, 'OH. KAST BOUND. T'iinllay, Lv9. a in, !At 1'illdlay, Ar'vs nlu, At Mixed IrniTi, leaves at IDiiily Kvcpt. Snnilay. WlvST HOUND. Leaves Tolc'do, 0., via 0., 11. S: U'y Arrives 1'ort Wayne Hiiilloy, O., Arrivca I'ort Wayne KiiliMny, 0. I'm-! Wayne Fort Wayne IDaily Kxwpt Sunday. pm am   

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