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Fort Wayne Journal (Newspaper) - October 19, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana FMT WAYNE MORNING JOURNAL WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1898. Hood's Pills aluk j i Ll tile luulitlk, tUUl ;lle, lit Hit utiilttUt kuJ THE FORT WAYNE JOURNAL The Company, K3TABU3HKD IMS. ut the Jforl Wayiie Vutl Office I twenty-five draft be ik harbor. 'f Ms la to be this fatalthltat uu the bland, hluyagucx, the ihlrd city. Id situated the Wfcat iJUKai, cutteti, or- ges, iilueapiilca and omutiumttf arc Iturted fcxccpt toffee, tmriimtly tu the United States. May- uez is Becond Hurt for ihe ci-atc ekiNirt being huudred-wetehu. Aluiut baga of ttniir are tiniiorled into tlite iiurt every year from the United Bialr-a. The illation la neaNy the majority white. '.The climate ia exoclleut, the teiuiicraiure never exceeding itu d IN CONX'KNTION AT ANNUAL Ol'KNINO SIWHIONS YUftNKl) MlSSilONAUY a Parties desiring THH JOURNAL served At their can secure It pouUl cwd reauest through Telephone No. Ij. Where delivery in trrejsultir, jilean make Immediate complaint to office. OCTOlIUft 19, I Tlie history of 1'orlo Itioi id rainuilT tic. CiilumtiUa dlscmvi'etl the Island In 'ember of U93. At that time It wfra called by the imilvea iiortmiufcu, uiut iltimrUil, to tltc chroniclers, liout In 1595 the liugUali under Drukfe nald the isluml a visit and sucked the capi- tal. Three later tilt- Karl of Cumberland repeatul the itroueas with much seat. In Baldwin lltilnrlch, a Dutchman, lout lily life in uu attack m Cuatelln rtul Muiin, and the Island remained in eii frmii foreign. Inva- The republican ntswaiwiiers Imve cltetl a single reason why twmfeat man should not vote the demncratiu county ticket. If any of the public servants of, the county have erred, it Is an easy matter to say BO. The people want facts, not falsehoods, Mr. Page. sion until 1797, when the Kngltah un- Alifcrcroinbld besieged the cupltal. nit were forced to retire ut the end three daya. lit a inoveinent was made to- ard a declaration of Independence mi the jiart of the Porto means, hut the Spanish retained the upper hand and' succeeded in re-eatabllahliiB their gov- ernment In 1823. The M rereiit-e of t >loimry stM-l ;rk'l, iidfthe Mcthnrildt L'j he Wityiic 'cluck yoit Mdton of the ttnimiU .e P.irelkll MU- y of ttie li'ot-t Waynti dta- i ludluiiu rfmffcrcitce of the held "at ti-cet M. U. church ut duy aftcriKKm. Hundreds Made Happy When Mr. Page was not drawing salary from the republican administra- tion, he was warmly sunportins Mr. Hoblnson for congress. The Gazette gala angry at the Jour- nal when It advocates bimetallism and bewails the fact when it. does not. The Immigrants are as hard to please, as they are to enlighten. The republican, newspapers and re- publican oratora Indorse the democratic county ticket and acknowledge lUs su- periority by entirely Ignoring and re- pudiating their own candidates. Cited to answer the public demands to malte good his false and flimsy ac- cusations against the democratic offi- cers, Mr. Page stjuirms, evades issue and turns blackguard. the Vote the democratic ticket and elect a-United-States senator who abolish the war tax when it has aervec its purpose. The republican plan is to perpetuate the wi bllL r tax and the Dingley Deacon Page is playing the churches and flirting with, the saloons.- -Mr. HacKett has found him out and in the Sentinel ia calling the attention of. the Christian people. of. the county to the deacon's little trick. .Vote for the democratic county can- didates for the legislature and they will send a democrat to the United S.tatea senate who will go to the bottom of the army abuses and point out who is re- sponsible for the "useless suffering'and as. General lliles puts it. DBOPS INTO POETRY. Like Sllag Wege, Beacon I'age lias "dropped into poetry." For one who i a Pegasus so badly spavined his journey up the heights of Olymnu: might be a good deal worse, though It ought not he it he wants to avoid trou- ble with hla readers. The following has been hurriedly dashed off just to il- lustrate his style and amplify a few tacts In rhyme: t From the welkin comes, all moanful A Round, deep, gurgllngr. xraanful, As of a glutton poneful Or a tug boat tnaltlns port. Mayhap It Is the walling Of some lost soul that's sailing1. To the realm that Mystery's veiling. Ah! 'tis nothing of the sort.1 It Is just a common Yet uncommon Wnd of freak In The church, of whom we're That It is and only that: Just as blear and dull a chump as E'er-to sea put without Who Is raising quite a rumpus To find out where he's at At this two-edged game he's playing He dissembles when he's saying To the folks with .whom he's praylnp he lives but for the church.'. As he r, His thoughts fire's'omebow thinking'' Of the gang'that's out Will they leave him in the lurch? 'TIs a doubtful deal he's stacked up And the crowd witli which .he's packed up Slay be asking to be backed up. By his Dresence and his noise. For the deacon.thouifh he's'foxy, And will take a drink br 'proxy, Knows It's shady orthodoxy1'' To get out with the i pretttui rniiH Jiewrly uil o( the tif tlu- dlatHt'i. Mm. Ij. it. llui-tiiinil, lirealrtciit nf thf L-t bOL-leiy, (ircdldnit itt ardbiniid rday. Alra. C, (i. lliidnmt, the iftn- ut l he oiiL-iiing attiblou, the devn- tidllkl sei-vlt'trt Wliloti xho WOU li> It'll taken In clHirt-tj hy. iliu prwldunt. Mrs. 1., iireslrti-iil of tin- Wayne Mtrcfct auxltiury. srcaltd tlia and Weliifmieii ihtni 'to Fort Wuyiic uinl to tlie Mtthnclldi iihurclidii nf i the ulty. Tlie aeiiUniniit wiui echoeil in the uddrtuti of wtilitouie Misn Carrie D. j iirualdtfiit of the tinloii, uiid in the -Mrs. 11. Diiniel, of incident nt ttu: Home slntntry sorlcty H( the conference, '1'hi- iiftrry tttrcet uuxlliitry furnished the itirilit for Ihia mriitiltiii. lira. 3. the diatrlui dtKsreiary, ruiul lliu mlimtna