Fort Wayne Journal in Fort-Wayne, Indiana 29 May 1898
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Fort Wayne Journal, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1898, Fort Wayne, IndianaFort Wayne morning journal sunday May 29, 1898. 13 she temporarily Side tracks fashion for a dissertation on the lesson taught by the War with Spain. Copyright. Isis i had always said there was not one drop of patriotic in my veins. At one time i even belonged to a Pence society and i should still be a member but. Alas for for Raisel the fees mid 1. Not having had much fun in peace for nothing concluded there would be even less in pay ing for in. You see there was a Little trouble about me when i made my original Bow into the world. I came just at the end of the War. And my maternal Parent has a fashion of referring to me As a Pence which Means that i was deprived of All pleasure As far As fighting was concerned and that i never knew the Deli rats except by hearsay of being As defiant and bitter and As altogether warlike As Only a woman can be. It is hard not to have born either in 1s12 or i860. In Days gone by i have listened to were some Black some White. The one who told the most interesting Story gained my ear color having no influence. Then. Too. I possess a hand or t a the comic operas the Spanish Jaikes Are entirely but. Jesting aside had t it Buti Lovely to see How the North and the South have met together and How appreciative the men in Power have been of our Sale the bios Raph Sho us i Lee Ami the fighters Why. When a picture of Fitz on the Maine but when t regiment was going through Uip City in those that meant something for it was a company of Southern prisoners belie taken in a Norith in prison the Law allowed anything in the shape of some Iii Tai to at to. In handed from the pavement to any solder by any person. But having before is Hap by in behold ing the Victory won. The glory gained. As la stands Complete to Lasi. To this she Sives it Juiet that wonderful announce no la of it bowing to the croat will comes with a solemn happiness that is unframed in a Griff Only understood by women for a Price 25 cents. The word come. Ray old Mammy who his to till Liu of this h Hundred times. Bejjan in make Lin Fuls of Coffee. While her assistant Baki a hut Rolls and the of the Judi so busied her self fixing sandwiches and tiny up Little packages of tobacco m cigars. Just think of it you could stand on the Curbstone and hand a i Uji of Coffee to the Man you loved dearly and yet you in a ther besides us Lump of sugar a food dash of Brandy thrown in it. White Many u. Warm cain1 was handed in charge. To some poor fellow who looked As if he could not stand the cold much longer. There is where Trio Sud Nuss of War comes in. To hear that girl left to Hind makes your Blond Tingle. As a tune u is line but the Kirl who is left behind of Imes Dixie women bans Hilr umbrellas i Man until a on the floor because Whitt Nikoa More b0 act pied that be scarcely renumber clapping Small boys and the Why. The men sting and applaud the Dis to Grieve. 1 saw her the othe she was clinging at his six footer. Crying As if her heart would by any position that the United states can do when give him provided he wished Lees came Back and 1. The him provided he wished it. The Jer on. Could not but think. Lie Ever Are of gentlemen. And it takes a sen come Back " i remember that Way Leman to be a lighter even if ii rite his own fiume. How sturdy Down in the Southland i try cemetery there a Little coun simple Little with Ivy and Pendency. They fought for what they his name is unknown but he fought believed was right in the civil War and for what he believed was right and now their great representative offers j god will give rest to his tired body and his hand to tight with and Street his peace to his Brave this boy had Brave Brothers whether they come been taken from the Battiet eld to the from Maine. Oregon. New York or House of a Southern woman who cared with the she loves a Brave sol Dier Sik sow through her life with a a uni Ane Only to be understood and which will be applauded hereafter by thai visible choir whose Melody in Ilic Tateki by the hand of the master. Bab. Bobbed the grave a startling incident of which or. John Oliver of Shilad Huhla. Was the subject is narrated by As follows i was in a must dreadful condition. My skin was almost yellow eyes sunken Tongue coated Jain continually in Back and sides no Gimp Init weaker Day by Day. Three physicians hat Given me up. Fortunately a Friend advised trying electric bikers and to my great Joy and sur Mise the first bottle a decided improvement. I continued their use for three weeks Imd am now a Well Man. I know they saved my life and robbed the grave of another no one should fall to try them. Only 50 tits per Bot. At Dreier Bro s drug store. Our Stull Bishop Potter. Slows that the social evils of this ii interesting the Best mints. Nev by fore tvs there such a deep and Active interest in sociology. The Church has awakened from her slumbers Anil is and operation Between the labor and Thi Church organizations. The capitalist am labourer should go hand in hand neither should of on top. The Trade Union movement has stood for the great Prin Ciple it subordinating minor interests for the Good of All. From the n women of the Philippines what especially attracts the attention of travellers to the philippine islands is the intelligence and Superior refine ment of the native women. These in Al talc those of the old Jedlan race that first inhabited the islands and of which there Are now but a few left in the High lands also the Malayan and those of mixed race. The Malayan form by far the larger part of the population. A Malayan Belle is oven by caucasian standards an attractive looking Crea Ture. Kind and gentle with a never failing runt of Good humor it is not much wonder the europeans who have lived in the Philippines say that the Malayan women make the Best of House servants. Xot All the native women Are uneducated. The address have schools in the Vicinity of the churches where All who wish May learn to read and write. The native women Are very expert with the Needle and have a great taste for music. Languages they learn readily and speak in a very Sweet and musical tone. Sewing machines Are used in the islands and on these some of the women Are Able to do a great Quantity of sewing. The houses Are. As a Rule Little two Rand Mcnally with marginal Index. Alaska 4 Austria Hungary g Bulini Siua. Islands 10 Barbados Island 11 bldg cum g Bulgaria 7 Canada 4 camry islands
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