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   Fort Wayne Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               finding that fleet, Admiral Samjison might while away the dnll after- noons by ponnding the batten., s about Havana. THE talk of an army of JOO.tx" mm for servii-i in the Islands Uftot Hlie'discuaskm. lands are pr.Hclicwlly in THE ADLAKE CAMERA. M. L. JONES, HI K. A. K HAOKKTT. .SATl'RDAY, MAY TONIGHT. 'I'r.tielers1I'rotectite Association Itoguliir meeting of Post A. of the Ked Cross Mad Anthony Hive, No. 27 llathbone Sisters. IJri-tvers' I'nion No. meeting. Masonic for thw week: VanDyke Eaton Co., in "A Tallow Candle." THE bottle is still there, but is i empty? ACSTRH is diligently seeking means whereby she may share in the thrashing laid up for Spain. UP TO date the boys en to Manila are the only fellows who have any distinct prospect of fun. PEACE once more broods over the Hoosier state. General McKee, oi the late national guard of Indiana his been nominated a brigadier gen .e.al of the United States armies. THOSE foreign nations that are quivering with anxiety to stop the wjr can make a long move in tha direction by uncovering that elusive squadron Cervera has been gambol ing with in the Caribbean for the past two weeks. Iv ALL military operations are to bo suspended nntil the Spanish flee is officially located, the nava strategy board might experimen with the services ot a clairvoyan and get some inside information on the "vast, present and future.'' WHEN Sampson arrived at Ban Joan and found the Spanish flee .if the i uitdd Hofet .liftrw H dwstioywl mid her army IK' iiu-hnl ifti.il tlif mihtan torce the States will have .undel by tho muldltMif July. Spain no longer continues the serum.-. luestion with respec, to the Philip- pines The rebels must lie subdued and a strong and effective military regime established. But even that does not constitute the real que-i t'.oii which is to involve the nocei sity for a army of Kid. >ther nations, since the ntruction oi the Spanish squadron at Manila, have peered a short distam-f into the future and behold tln> total disintegration Spanish in the islands and have been cover ously looking at those verv rich possessions with something like resolve to liavo a share in them, (iernuuy is wistful. France is wistful. Russia is wistful. Japan wistful. Even (ireat Britain, though fairly bubbling with fuend- ship for tha United States, has great interests in the Philippines that she expects to take care of in true Brit- ish fashion. The United States has conquered the islands in war and the national dignity and the national Spain has no monopoly of "national that the United States settle the Philip- pine question as may be seen fit, without recourse to the suggestions of European powers. The presence of an army of in the Philip- pines wil 1 have a very salutary ef- fect on the wistful powers in case this government decides to maintain sole possession. It may come about shortly that men will be none too many.______ A VERY important query, and one of especial interest to us in the present war, is put in Brassey's Naval Annual for the command of the sea passing from the battleship to the fast, power fully armed and well protected Brassey discusses the question and finally gives a not very emphatic negative reply to it. It is a fact, however, that all great naval powers are paying more attention than ever before to the construc- tion of armored cruisers. Unques- tionably the demand seems to be iooWasing for vessels which can i IUAA u ot s power and armor protection compatible with mobility and coal endurance. The true battleship may be able to withstand, severer pounding, but when pitted against swift armored cruisers it at the tf being nmipelW to wait until nuire nimble shall HEAVEN THE THLME. lie Lord's Ministers Will Tell of Hume. Dtroouit ami in Curl Chun hiM.-Abliuullfeiiiruu ill HID obliging as tu after battle An morml i ruisoi, Mntliiif iNulf mali liinl, can .iV'iiil a light and it 1st ijinti' tnii- tljiit coin tiuiud nt thu tua cannot 1m 'Ugh the Mvosiim bat tins, yet ho swlitur armored vessels of tho ypu now coining mto favor can their own time and deliver blows to battleships they shall have inanouv- to meet them m overwhelm- iigiy luperior foroo 11 u betin stated that tlie v< ilnn- who sailed yesterday for Ma- nila were the lirst American soldiers to go to a foreign shore But Amer cans, prior to the establishment of ho nation known at the United ot America, on several oc- casions left their shores to ic- vade what was, to them, foreign count TIBS. Cunuda, when French territory, wat invaded and the strong French post of Louisburg was reduced by a colonial fleet and army. Troops from New England once took part in the siege and cap- turo of Havana, and two regiments of Virginians jiarticipatsd in the assault on Carthagena, in South America. In this expedition a half. brother of George Washington joined, and afterward named his estate in Virginia Mount Vernon, in honor of Admiral Vernon, who commanded the naval contingent ol the expedition against Carthagena. Since the establishment of the re- public Americans have not been in the habit of going away from home to fight, unless the war with Mexico may be deemed an exception. ROBISON PARK. move rapidly carry large coal supplies, and at the same time pos was not there, he put in a good hour sess considerable offensive and or two ponnding at the fortifications to learn the location of the batteries and determine their effectiveness. Having again been disappointed in tensive power. A writer on mod- ern naval construction says: "It seems to have been the endeavor of foreign naval constructors to ob s For the Heroic Dead. UD 1UB i I U. I1IHIII6 !U H HHE Dttlll Ml. We have a full and complete Assortment of" 0. A. R. Suits, We have them in all grades, and the colors are true blue and will not fade. Single and Double Breasted at and per suit. We also have Q. A. R. Hats. Spec- ial prices to Q. A. R. Posts. Clothing House, 34 and 36 Calhoun Street c Hantlrtd Scats at ThvatfV' Several Robison park will offer several new attractions for the coming week. An entire new company wil appear at the theatre. The new or chestra, under the leadership o; Prot. Whitney, will make iheir firs appearance Sunday and will give a concert in the band stand in the afternoon and evening after the shows. Dancing and concert wil be given every evening after the performances in the tent. Six hundred free seats have been placed in the tent the same as las season. The City league will open its season Sunday with a series o two games, the first game to be called at p. m. A special pro- gram is being arranged for Deco lation day, which will be later. Bicycle riders will please re- member that the general admission gate has been changed to gate No 1. The other gate will be used f o vehicles only, the management hav ing been compelled to close it owing to the opening of a madhouse at the entrance, and nobody will be allowec to enter or leave the park at this entrance unless having a vehicle. The many improvements are be ing completed and the park pre- sents a handsome appearance. MRST LONG-TODD Will Mug at the Cathedral Hum The musical friends of Mrs. Long Todd will turn out en masse to hea the popular songstress at the Cathe dral on Sunday morning. The morn ing service will be held at 10 a. m and the choir will render Merca dante's mass in B flat. The wel known Cathedral quartet will again be heard and Mrs. Long-Todd wil sing the famous Gounod-Bach Av Marie for offertory. The musical program for the afternoon service has been carefully prepared an< lovers of real meritorious work wi] do well to attend. In response to special request Mrs. Long-Todd ant Mr. Weber will render Wameltnk' 0 Salutaris, which, by the way, is a most charming composition. I'hoenli Entertainment. An entertainment will be given by Phoenix lodge No. 101, Knights of Pythias, next Monday evening Each person present will be fnrn ished a book of national anthems and music and ia requested to join in the singing. Howard Hawthorn the noted fifer, will entertain witl selections. Following is the pro. gram: M.Kum W. Bli. Hnrlnn ttdc.mii lnti. Ul I'rrwitttton nf Col, HU of Matt E i 'Jft'.Df Puluamim Him W II. Kichlmr SOUK Marrmriff fliroufctj W. Lontt h. V. Emri. A banquet and smoker will follow theprogram._ "Torpedoes and Torpedo Boats, is the subject of the leading papei m the Jane number of Frank Les- lie's Popular Monthly. B. B Croffut tells the history and pro greas of those little engines of de strnetion, and describes their tnanu ture, cost and manipulation. Th article wonld be interesting at an time, and is particularly so jus now. It is liberally illustrated with vinws of abort and long torpedoes the principal torpedo boats of this and other countries, and intorioi of a torpedo factory. Another time- ly article is one on "The Nava Militia, by Charles Sydney Clark which describes the work and duties of this excellent auxiliary arm our navy. The illustrations inclnd and groups, and views of some of tho vessels manned by th neval militia. The Disciples Christ are described by Rev. H. T Willie, with many good pictures. J new pen is apparently devoted the department known as "The Leslie for [tatter much more attractive than before There are numerous other goo ath. Christian Endeavor meeting at r p. m Sunday school at a. m. sharp. Christ's Lutheran church, corner of Jefferson and Webster streets, iev. A. A. Hundley, Sunday school at 9 :30 a. m.; preach- ng at it. m aud T .45 p. lit. Y, P. S. C. E. at p. m. First Presbyterian church, D. W. Moffat, D. b., G. S. Sweezey, D. D of .New York, will ireach at a. m. and Rev. O. E. Hart, of Kansas, at 7 :30 p. m. Sunday school, U a. m.; Y. P. S. E p. m. West Creighton avenue Church of Christ. Rev. I. T. H. Stewart, of Ironton, Ohio, will fill the pulpit morning and evening. Sunday school at 9 :15 a. communion at a, m.; preaching at 11 a. m., evening sermon at p. m. Bethel church of the Evangelical Association, corner DeWald and Clinton preaching at a. m.; English preaching at Y. P. Alliance at p. m. Sunday school at a. m. J. F. Bookman, pastor. By special request Rev. James S. Ainslie will repeat, in Plymouth church Sunday evening, the sermon that he delivered two weeks ago up- on "The Anglo-American Civiliza- tion a World Power, Looking To ward the Redemption of Mankind." Bethany Presbyterian church, cor- ner Boone and Fry streets, Geo. E. Da vies, school, 9 a. m.; preaching of the gospel at a. m. by the Rev. Dr. Orlando E. Hart; also at p. m. by Rev. G. S. Swezey, D. D., of New York. Tomorrow will be Whitsunday, when the services at Trinity Episco- pal church will be those belonging to the great feast of the Christian church. Holy communion will be celebrated at the services in- stead of 8 o'clock. Evening services at 5 o'clock.' Anniversary services at the Grace Reformed church tomorrow morn- ing at with reception of mem- bers. Evening services at 8; sub- ject, "The War of the Rebellion wid the War With Spain." Sab- bath school at a. m.; Young People's meeeting at C :45 p. m. A. K. Zartman, pastor. St. Paul M. E. church, Rev. M. C. Cooper pastor. Class meeting at Preaching at by the pastor. Junior league meeting at Sunday school at o'clock in the afternoon; Epworth league devotional meeting 7.00 o'clock and preaching at by the pastor. Good music. Trinity Methodist Episcopal church, corner Fourth and Cass streets. Preaching by the pastor, Sherman Powell, at and Evening subject, "God's Owner- ship." Sunday school at Wesley Brotherhood meeting postponed on account of memorial services. Epworth league at Heidelberg Reformed church, Rev. Maurice Samson, Sabbath school at 9 :XO a, m.; morn ing service at a. m., subject, 'The Birthday of the Christian Church." There will be confirma- tion, baptism and reception of new members. Evening service at 7.30 p. m. Every Wednesday evening prayer meeting at 7-30; teacher's meeting at 9 ;15 p. m. At the West Jefferson street Church of Christ tomorrow services will be held as usual, at 10-45 a m. and p. m. "Jejww m the Synagogues of the Jews" will be the morning theme. In the evening a brief talk will be given on "Early Influences Which Helped to Shape the Character and Teaching of Al exander Campbell." Special music for the evening service, P. Rice, minister. Memorial day services at Ply. mouth Congregational church, cor ner Harrison and Jefferson streets, at a. m. The (4. A. R. Sons of Veterans, Women's Auxil lanes. Etc, attending in a body At p. m. tha sermon will upon "The World Significance of the Anglo-American Sunday school at tf 30 a. m., and Christian Endeavor meeting; at 6 45 p. m James S. Ainslie, minister. Trinity English Lutheran church school :it y tury servua at 10 morning lit) aiid tomtuuiiio'i ut iU no Uip nt iLilJren a' >IL' 1 uthei Itutsjue :it i'1 .N i nUirl strVlre Mt'th ixoiial ch.iivU tomorrow HER LOST OPPORTUNITY: j How It Was Found and Despair Turned to Gladness. At v a. m school sermon, hy Rev 1 r. m, p ui. league 0 Kpworih league sermon, Her T ,1 Tho reguUr at the nim'-ter church tomor will he conducted by Rev W A BoJell M wcmg at i ..u Christian Eadeav r at T o'cl'tck eveaiuj; service .it o'cloi k Tho evening service will bo a song and service Sjuth Congregational church, Rev. E E Frame, school, "0 a in A special ser- vice tor the Sunday school and fr.ends, with address by the pastor at ''j 43 a m. A -special memorial service at :45 p m addressed by Rev. R. D Spellman. Both wale and tnised ijtiartots will render ap- iropriate music. OERM.4X UTm'HAX rFirKCHFjS. Emanuel Lutheran, West Jeffer- m C. Gross and Rev. 'hilip Wambsganss, jr., pastors, Sunday services, 10 n. m. and m.; Sunday school, p. m. St. Paul's, on Ban- Tacob Miller, pastor. Sunday ser- vices, 10 a. m. and p. m.; Sun- day school, i :30 p. m. Trinity, corner of Huffman and J. A. Bonn, pastor. Sunday services, 10 a. m.; Sunday school, p, m. St. John's Evangelical, corner West Washington and Van Buren. Henry P. Dannecker, pastor. Sunday services, 10 a. 2 p. m., in p. m. (in Eng- lish j. German Lutheran Zion's Congre- gational church, Creighton avenue tnd Hanna Henry Jueagel, pastor. Services, 10 a. m. and 2 p. m. Sundays. Grace church (German Evangeli- Gay and Fontiac streets, Hev. Miller, pastor. Sunday services, 10 a. m. and '2 p. ra. Sunday school, 2 p. m. ROMAS CATHOLIC CHOKCHE8. Cathedral of the Immaculate Con- ception, Cathedral square, Calhoun street. The Rt. Rev. Joseph Rade- raacher, bishop; Very Rev. Joseph H. Brammer, V. G.; Rev. Charles Gnendling and Kev. John Dur- ham. Sunday services, 6, 8, [children's and a, m. vespers, 3 p. m. Sunday school, p. m. St. Patrick's, corner OeWaldaud Harrison. Rev. Joseph P. Delaney, pastor; Rev. Patrick Crowley, as- sistant pastor, Sunday services, mass at and 10 a. m.; children's mass at 9 a. m.; vespers, 3 p. m.; Sunday school, 2 p. m. St. Mary's comer d Lafayette and Jefferson streets. The Rev. John H. Oechtering, pastor; assistant, Rev. Gustave Hottenroth. Sunday services, 8 and 10 a. m. and p. m. Sunday school, 2 p. m. St. Paul's corner West Washington and Griffith. Rev. F. J. H. Kroll, pastor. Services 10 a. m. and 2 p. m. St. Joseph's Chapel (in connec- tion with St. Joseph's Rev. Thomas Eisenring, C. S. S., chaplain. Sunday services, 8 a. m. and 4 p. m. Weekly services, 8 a. m. St. Peter's corner East DeWald and Warsaw. Hev. Ferdi naud Koerdt, pastor. Sunday ser vices, and 9 -.45 a. m. and p. m.; Sunday school, 2 p. m. CARNIVAL AND FAIR. Meeting Held Lut Meeting Xliht. The committee having in charge the arrangements for the proposed street fair met at the Randall hotel last night, but there was not a large attendance. It was decided to hold another meeting Thursday evening and the soliciting committee was requested to push its work so thai the big committee would have better understanding as to exactly how much money can be raised for the carnival. ADVICE. What Mn-Nen Hurst to Say 1 About DKAB MM. I wrote to you I had not been well for five yean had doctored all the time but got no better. I had womb trouble very bad. My womb pressed backward, causing piles. I waa in such misery 1 couli scarcely walk acrou the floor. Men ttruation was irregular and too pro fuse, WM also troubled with 1 had given up ftl hopes of well; thought 1 had consumption After taking five bottles o: tydia E. Pink ham's Vegeta- ble Compound I felt very much bette and was able to do nearly all my own work. I continued themsc of your medi cine, and feel that I owe my recovery to you, I cannot thank ;on enough foryoti advice and your Wnndrrfal medicine Any one doubting my statement may write to me and 1 will gladly aaswe all NULL. Hoiurr, Deep- water, Mo. Letters like the foregoing, con stactly being received, contribute no a mUe to the satisfaction felt by Piokham that her medicine and cotrase assisting women to bear their heavy bartend. Mrs. All Battering women invited write to her for advice, will given without charge, It ex- oaaa'i to wonwa. mx ft f tnv of t" Mrs. i A oiiurn as u coping it plain to vtv u.n.x sutfcrinx. thought over her past her her health anJ happiness and then sAK- thufint an illness came upon ftiT peculiar pains until she lost her attd aihJ faded untH life seemed ing sftt1 ntok hopes as she formerly of Me., is apropos. She 10 Wrift scx'tuiJ i hild I was taken jtnJ that I could not and had fixrrjp o physicians failed to rclitve me. jfww rapiJty w and my condition became 4f that time, upon the recommendation of a dear friend, t began the us? a remedy of which I heard much hut knew little. Almost immediately there was a marked improvement in my condition, t continued to improve and became perfectly and I consider the results simply marvelous. So wonderfully nas I benefited that since that time I e never taken any other medicine save Warner's Safe Cure, which I am positive will restore anyone who is suffering as I was, and will keep them as it has me in per- fect health." Mrs. Davis is the picture of health and to see her one would think she had never known a sick day. THE BOYS IX CAMP. >auk Alderman the Uat- tery a Backer Washer Now the Artillerymen Some Clou ClotliM to In mud About the Ckiiip. THE SESTIXEL is in receipt of the olio wing very interesting letter rom a member of the Zollinger jattery, now in camp at Chicka- manga: HEADQUARTERS TwEsTY-EKiiiT BATTALIOS, IHD. CHICKAMATOA PARK, GA., Thursday, May 26, 1898. j The last three days have pro- iuced several incidents of interest n our camp quarters. Through he generosity of Frank Alderman, atber of our first lieutenant, W. F. Alderman, we have come into the possession of a Rocker washing ma- chine, and every day since its ar- rival in camp it has been kept busy loing up washings one, two and hree weeks old. Some of the boys here, who have helped mother wash clothes at home, do not find things so convenient in camp, for we have to carry water in wash boilers about a quarter of a mile. We are not complaining of this inconvenience, lowever, for some of the troops lew have to come two miles for water. The first squad at the washing machine created a great deal of merriment by its awkwardness and its lack of familiarity with such a machine. This might be explained jy the fact that this squad was made up of a barber, a traveling man, a machinist and a steno- grapher. Yesterday we received our first issue of horses, twenty in number, and this adds materially to the daily duties. The four we received several days ago have been named. One team of finely appear- ing jacks are caHecl Dewey and Sampson, while the other, which is a kind of a "scrub" team, have been dubbed Blanco and Weyler. The discipline in camp is becom- ing more strict as the circumstances require, but still the soldier who pays attention to orders and keeps bis conduct within reasonable bounds finds that his camp life is a pleasant one. The water supply for our quarters is good and Qaarter Master Ser- geant Harry McCollem is looking well after the food supply which far hasjbeen of the best that could be expected, and plentiful. Consider- ing the radical difference in the climate between Indiana and this country and the change of water there is very little sickness in the battery. Friends at home should be more careful in addressing mail here. With the thousand of soldiers here from go many different states, it is necessary that the name of the com- pany and the state from which the company came should be given. It is absolutely essential that the fol- lowing address should be given for boys in Zollinger battery: MR.---------------, Chickamanga Park, Lytlo, P. O. Twenty-eight Light Battery, Ind. Vol. If this address is always used mail will be promptly deliverd by mount- ed mail carrier. If any part of it is left out it will get lost and be sent around camp several days before the right party is found, and it is sometimes loet entirely or sent to the dead letter office. One of the unusual diversions of camp life was witnessed last even- ing, when at about o'clock about a dozen young soldiers strolled slowly out of Jcamp and went over onto the drill ground and [grouped under a large tree where, by the aid of several can- dles, they held a prayer meeting. There were plenty of testaments that had been presented to the boys before they left home, and out of them several favorite scripture read- legs were heard. Several song books were aim present, and famil- iar hymeg floated softly into the cool evening breeze, bringing back sweet memories of home. XOTB8, Orders have been issued that no pirn (or other pastry can be bought in camp. This to to prevent any possibility of Mcknese. Strawberries are Cheap and make There is considerable sport ill eawp watching some of the. getting acquainted with the horses. Private Tom Sheperd, who was at one time regular in the United States cavalry, is one of the best horsemen in camp, and takes pleas- ure in giving pointers to some ot the "green hands." The tonsorial art is well repre- sented by Privates Phill Browand and Hiram Hollopeter, who have just put in convenient chairs (bed ticks) in their tents and are doing a good business. Corporal Charles is doing tailor work for some of the soldiers whose new uniforms do not exactly fit. Private Ormonde Davies, the mail carrier for our company, is now mounted on an iron gray steed of a rather nervous disposition and he is trying to find some one to explain to him why the horse don't walk on all his feet at the same time. One of the busiest men in camp is Paul Baumau, our chief cook. At his wotd "mess is the bugle blows and over 100 hungry soldiers hustle into line for the march to the kitchen. The Home Telephone will soon place two more switch company j that the Home now bad scribsrs. The service of Oft own- boards in the south side exchange, i bS3y growing better, too. The patronage of the company still Mrs. Frank Hitchcock, of Ham- grows and Manager Thorward this tuomd, Ind., ia visiting Vats. C, M. morning informed THE SENTINEL Jones, of 116 Force street. THE MARKETS. CHICAGO, May 11.75; June, July, Aug., Sept., 83C; Dec., Com May, f; July, Sept., Jnly, July, Sept., Lard-May, July, 16.13; Jnly, Sept., No. 3, Jane, July, N. W., May, Sept., TOLEDO SI.00. Special Excursion Via Wabash R. R., Sunday, May 39. Train leaves Fort Wayne at a. m. Arrives at Toledo a. m. Returning, leave Toledo p. m., arrives Fort Wayne at II.OO p. m., Giving ten hours in Toledo. Base Ball, Toledo vs. Mansfield. 4t Dr. B. A. Stockdale SPECIALIST. Permanently located at No. S3 W Washington Street. Specialties: Diseases of IVose, Throat, Leungs and Stomach. Catarrh, Nervous Debility and Chronic Diseases. Hen who ate from ner- vous or physicial debility, a positive guarantee to core. EXAMINATION AND CONSULTATION FREE. HOURS! 8p.m. Sunday's 9 ;30 to a, m. Dr. B. A. Stockdale, 33 W. Washington St., Foil Wayne, Ind. Not in Office and Tbnn. GOLD UST THE BEST WASHING POWDER FTViftYNE.INCl RY AI i GROCERS OUR SELLING IS TABLE TALK. Merchants marvel at attempt to compete. You can easily see the advan- tage we've got of them, the advantage which comes from buying in quantities f large enough to supply our THREE FUR- NITURE STORES as well as the advan- tage of unlimited capital and enterprise. If the Privilege of Having Your Purchases Charged is any convenience to you you're wel- come to it There's no doubt in the world you would rather pay for what you buy in little one each week, every two weeks or once a month, which ever way suits you best. Fort Wayne's Largest and Most Accommodating House Furnishers. t t V V v   

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