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   Fort Wayne Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               OVRB- DAILY SENTINELS Circulated Every Evening. Circu- lation records Open to Everybody. 7 FARMERS ARE BUVERS., WEEKLY Is the best medium in Allen County for advertisers. ESTABLISHED 1833. EIGHT PAGES. SATURDAY, APRIL 10-1898. I'AUKS I TO 4. PRICE FIVE CENTS. WHAT? Correct Styles Best is Therefore get best make of Skirts and you will have the cheapest. MONEY TO LOAN Prom Any Amount. Any In Money can borrow it ou thair Household Goods., Pianos, Wacoui, Carriages, Bicycles, Store Flirnres, Etc, THE PWPERTY TO REMAIN IN] TOUR POSSESSION....... All Boalnns Private and Confidential. No Delay. Lowest Kates rr PATS to BOKROW OF is. LOANS TO SALARIED PEOPLE (Ladle.1 or Ctantlamen ott their own muutrt. DQMANA MORTGAGE LOAN CO. Room 3 Arcade, Upstairs. Saturday Emninits 7 to ACTION IS DELAYED. House Takes a Uecess L'ntil Next Moudnj. Cuban Resolutions tiet Another Setback. Talk hi the Senate Could Nut be Cut Oft How Wan I'mmm! to Remain (n Sfn'.lnu ill Hope of Earl; lute by the WASHINOTON, April There is no possibility of final action by con- gress on the Cuban resolutions earlier than Monday. At this afternoon the house took a recess until Monday morn- ing. The senate lust night agreed to vote on the resolutions at 8 o'clock tonight. There was, however, some prospect that debate would be cur- tailed by the voluntary consent of members who bad arranged to bo heard to omit their speeches, and it was thought early action might bo possible today. A conference of leaders was held this afternoon and it was found that the senate could not bo hurried. The house then decided to take a recess. MAGNOLIA BLOSSOM. Woman's Favorite Remedy. A Simple Home Treatment for all Female FOR SALE BY FREESE RANKE, Agents. Druggists, 88 Calhoun Street. We Are THE HEADQUARTERS In Plaids, Stripes etc. All the Popular., New Colors. WM. MEYER BRO. 80-80% Calhoun St. WE DO NOT ADVERTISE To you onr best topth for tl.flO per set and tlienclmrmrouflO, W2 and 115 nrlieu youwiah to buy, but we dg TO THE BEST TEETH No one'ran makafanii nnnatur what yon trtyi Black, Bod or Maroon Mlw AH work warranted. U. 8. DENTAL PARLORS, "Ow Baldwin'! Moaie Phone 1178. 98 Ulhoun St. DR. J. A- WILLIAMS, MONEY TO LXJAIN At lowest rmte on furniture, wagons, carriage, etc., and leave the property in your ponsewton. Payments arranged on the month- ly installment plan or to suit yon. Loans placed same day applica- tion is made. No charged token ont in advance. Badness confidential. No publicity run Co.. Koom IttaliMI Btoefc antairi, WH CKlhmoSt. ITCHING SKIN DISEASES BMKBT Onrt anwt. twhmi. lurnlnu, am IN NO HURRY. The Senate rutu in Another Debating Culmn BwuHntloni. WASHINOTOS, April bril- liant oratory and the exciting scenes of yesterday in the senate added to the public interest in today's pro- The additional fact that the senate last night determined to take today a vote upon tho pending resolution lent an added interest to the senate's proceedings. This was the fourth day of the debate upon tbe war resolutions. Thus far the only radical differ- ences of opinion developed are upon the advisability of the recognition by the United (states of the inde- pendence of the Cuban republic. All senators approve action, the only differences being as. to the methods to be employed, the general desire being to place the United States in a favorable position before tbe people of this country as well as before the civilized nations of the world. la accordance with the agreement reached last night the senate con- vened promptly ikt 10 o'clock and after the transaction of some rou- tine business the resolution of the foreign relations committee was laid before the senate. Few senators were on the floor at the time, and Mr. Teller suggested the lack of a quorum, saying it was due to senators who were to spaak that a quorum he present. After about fifteen minutes a quo- rum appeared. I'ANNON FOR iTHA. Mr. Cannon, of Utah, was then recognized and spoko in favor of immediate and decisive action and for the recognition of the independ- ence of the, Cuban repuhiic. ALLES AND THE POWERS. Mr. Allen, of Nebraska, said he wanted to call attention to the re- markable scene that had occurred at the white house on April 7. He re- ferred to the call of the representa- tives of six great powers upon the president and to Ihe exchange of notes on the Hispano-American sit- uation. Hedeclared that no similar scene had ever been witnessed in this country. I want to register my said Mr. Allen, "against tho repre- sentatives of the so-called powers of Europe entering the white house and tellfng this country what it shall do. I cannot understand why the president did not inform them that this country would not tolerate any interference from them; yet here is the first step toward the hreaking down of the Monroe doctrine and the destruction of the nation. And is understood that these same so- called powers are to go further and make another assault upon tho white house with more pressing de- mands. -Within six months these powers will he urging the United States to agree to arhitra tion in order that onr liability for war atid at the same time secure lieare in Culvi. Ho said, however, that if our determined purpose to intervene to put an end to condi- tions in the island of should result in war it must lie so. Tho United States would not IK- recreant to its duty or to a great trust- He held that the president and house of representatives had placed the pending question upon high ground. The senate was called upon to place it on lower ground on un- tenable ground that would not be approved by the nations of tbe earth. "1 deplore is unpar- declared Mr. Platt. He thought to tho present Cuban republic, which General Lee testified existed only in skeleton, would be little short of folly. Before extending such recognition Mr. Platt said it would be necessary for the United States to strike from his- tory the words of many of the na- tion's statesmen and give up the Monroe doctrine. Mr. Platt concluded with an ap- peal for calm deliberate action, such as would be approved by all future generations. A strong appeal for recognition and independence of the present (Julmn republic was then made by Mr. Bacon, of Georgia. In begin- ning he said it was unfair to charge that all senators who differed from the president upon this question were hostile to him. He did not ap- prove of the president's message in its entirety because it was impassi- ble for hin1 to grant such power to a president as Mr. M'jKiiiley evi- dently desired. Mr. Wellington, of Maryland, f ol- lowed Mr. Bacon, and as he arose to speak there the galleries, he was The stir in speaker said was thoroughly satisfied that there was no good reason for tho United States going to war with Spain No war could be justified at any time by any nation unless all diplomatic agencies had been exhausted and he could not see that result in the present. 1 will vote for peace; I will stand for peace as long us peace is possible. SPANISH MOB Makes an Attack on t'nited States Consulate. Serloun Oul1m.--.t-. nt Spain, and Ihe I mini Stutris COM of Ann-. MALAGA, Spain, April was a serious disturbance here to- day, resulting in an attack upon the United States consulate. The demonstration began with _tho parading of small crowds through the streets, shout- ing patriotic cries. But a mob gathered and attacked the United States consulate. Stones were thrown and one of the leaders procured a ladder, tnre down tho shield having upon tbe arms of the United States and dragged it along the street. The prefect was summoned and he addressed the people, begging them to disperse, which to some de- gree restored order Afterwards tbe streets were pa- trolled by gend'arnies. As this dispatch is sent the excite- ment continues. "1-ERFEt'T Til MADRID, April 16, 8 a. official dispatch from Havana says: "Perfect tranquility prevails on the island. All political parties are more united then ever and are rally- ing around the government and the flag. Tho newspapers are printing patriotic articles." PVRIS, April dispatch from Cello, department of Hearault, to the Petit Journal says all able bodied Spaniards there have been ordered to return to Spain as early as possible. NO WORE COAL. MOVING THE TROOPS I'niU'd Stairs Regulars All Soinli. S Keet-ixt-d at Kvei-y Post. Forces to Bo Massed in the Southeast. TIWIJIS Frum Umiy Now Hn Itmite uutl Others Will I" Hurricil tin Very soon. CHICAUO, April troops from Fort Sheridan anil tbo other garrison of the department of the d will not start for the various points of the south to which they have been aligned before Tuesday morning. General Brooke anil his staff will not leave forChickainugiui before Monday and possibly not until after the troops arc iu motion. Bids for the transportation the troops will not be opened un- til Monday noou,   one the linest exhibitions of -KM! exorcise--- ever given m th'.i c sho'i'il bp largely THK Col UTS. Slii-ldon SalcHHi-Keeiiev Arrested I'm1 Violating I.HU. A GRAVE QUESTION. An N-.ui-1 IVtnwn and the President. Aiitliorily in Other IIiuliMll l.iMllte.l .1 Ilium of in .ititl Ahmit lilt April members of the diplomatic in this city j have now abandoned all hope of elfcctual mediation upon the p-irt of a sheld m saloon- tho powers between the I'nitod j keeper, war- arrtsteil yesterday   Will IStai- tt i-.i lie Miarc April The re- publican members of the ways and means committee of the honse have practically completed the prepara- tion of the ro vomit) measure which will be passed to raise revenue suf- ficient to the war. The members propose that the present generation shall boar the burdens of tho war and proceeding upon that theory they have pre- t'011-.titii.iiiii Im-'-l-. It in tlie i Mi. Mil-, nil. I Vit u Inn I I M-M1I-1 .N ,1 I II. April of the administration aio watching v.Mth much interest the progress of events nt the capitnl No one, so fur, lias any clear idea of tho exact character of the resolution which finally be adoptel HIH! sent to tho president. Aside from tlie in- terest which naturally would be ex- cited in the outcome tho debate upon resi ihitions of sr.ch grave im- port as tlioMj now pi'iiding before the two houses of congress, there is interest caused by tbe fact that there appears to lie a (jlianco at least, that the retoUitiou, a-, it IMIIII'.- irom the ('..inference committee may contain a clause the independence of the Cuban republic. What action would be taken by the president in that event cannot be stated vifh any degree of cer- taintv, bnt the indications are that the resolution might be returned to congress without executive approval or allowed to become a law without his signature. The right to recog- ihu independence of a new power, it is contended, under the constitution, is clearly an indefeasi- ble right and the exclusive privilege of the executive. Tins prerogative, it is asserted, has never yet, in the history of the government, been or surrendered by the execu- tive to the legislative branch of the government. Attention is called in administra- tion circles to tho fact that in Jan- uary is" congress passed two joint resolutions, one "relating to con gratulations from the Argentine and the other "relating to congratulations from the republic of Pretoria, South Africa" on the completion of our first centennial of national independence. Both of i of the anniversary ot tho birth of Wilhani q, Judge, yesterday With the assistance of the members of the society a boun- tiful supper was served in their rooms, in Vordermark's hall, at 7 o'clock lust evening. To this supper about fifty invitations were ex- tended, particularly to people who were known to be lacking in oppor- tunities for leisure or frequent plea- sures. Misses Ethel and Jessie Tay- lor, Lee Cohen, Clara and Helen i >'Kourke, assisted in serving, Mrs, I. .V Taylor, Mrs. C. f. Taylor, Mrs. M. S. Mahurin and Mrs. Jack Raima prepared the supper at the rooms. An entertainment of music, recitations and short talks followed during the evening. Miss Julia Taylor, Miss Ethel Taylor and Miss Helen O'ltourke rendered songs and recitations. TICKETS ARE IN. pared a bill that will raise between j tuese resolutions were returned to or adtli-1 congress by President Grant with- tional revenue per annum. The bill will provide for an addi- tional tax of per barrel upon beer from which will be raised. On manufactured tobacco and s-nntT the internal revenue tux will be increased from 6 to 15 cents. In his message resolutions the out his approval. returning these president says: "Sympathising, as I do, in the spirit of courtesy and friendly recog- nition which has prompted the pas- sage of these resolutions, I cannot is expected to raise .escape the conviction that their of revenue. The increase on cigars f adoption has inadvertently involved and cigarettes has not been abso- j the exercise of a power which in- lutoly fixed, but probably will bo fringes upon the constitutional on all' clashes. From this rights of the executive, is expected. The proposition which tbe senate placed on the tariff bill', bnt which went out on conference to tax all stocks and transfers of corporations, is embodied in the "The constitution of States following the the United established usage of nations, has indicated the president as the to represent measure, with practically j nntional sovereignty in its in- all the scheme of internal revenue erday afternoon. _ General Boyn- 1 not through its states- j tasatlon of thrt apt which includes a stamp on all checks, ilrafth and all instruments of busi in, chairman of the park eommis- ion, is personally directing the men, but through a sort of national hvsteria. It is exasperating to those j vork and will have things m ship j of us who wish peace and the end in Cuba of Spanish misrule, to see American passion throwing away what American statesmanship has won. There is, therefore, obvious- ly, an opportunity for tho forcible amp life. Colonel Hurt states that intervention of the powers, or some hape so that the various reuiments an go into camp at the best places irithout any delay or confusion, 'he Twenty-fifth infantry has set- led down into regular routine of o moving and thinks his command will remain in its present position or some time. le has had no instructions in regard of them. "The position of Groat Britain in such an eventually is a delicate one but from the point of .view ot France, Italy, Austria and Ger- many, it must be allowed that the plea made by Spain could hardly fall on deaf ears, Senor Sagasta's HOUTKLLE WANTS TO WASHINGTON, April entative Boutello, chairman ft tho committee on naval ws introduced a resolution inquir- nt{ of the president if tho document ninted by the senate forming the eport of tho Maine inquiry report, contains all the evidence embraced u the report of the court, now on lie in the navy department. Representative Jones, of Virginia, has introduced a resolution calling on the president for copies of all the correspondence 'between the state lepartnnnt and the United States consul general at Havana since May, ivjfi, and up to the present time, ;ogether with copies of any reports made and documents transmitted by General Lee during that period. Free with any boy's suit we sell a base ball, bat, mask or tflove with suite from up either two of them or a Yale camora, with com- plete printing outfit. GLOBE, A. K. Knrst Co. Fever. Avoid all danger by u--inf; Arti- ficial Ice and drinking distilled water. Make season arrangements now. Phone 87. A New Mtore. Wessel A" Co. have opened a, new indignation in regard to the accusa- tercourse with foreign powers. In concluding his message Presi dent (i rant said- As regards tho resolution relat- Nominees Certified to tlie lion Coinmissiouers. A MreiniK of ihn Board Will bo WfC-k to up tho Municipal Chairman Hhambaugh and Secre- tary Grimme, of the democratic city committee, certified the democratic candidates to the board of election commissioners and today Chairman Clapham and Secretary Keegan did tbe same thing for the republicans. These will IK> the only parties witli candidates in the field at the May election and tbe law that they must, be filed fifteen days before election. The board of elec- tion composed of City Clerk Moaning, W. P. Breen and Wilmer Lonard, will meet early next week and prepare a ticket tor printing. Ml Sit 'IP U, NOTES, TLe board of public works and City Engineer Randall were out in Swinney Park today making snr- veys for improvements to be made in that beauty spot this spring. They located an entrance at Jeffer- son street. The board of safety mot last even- ing and approved the contracts for the erection of the new engine houses. mortgages, loans and bonds ,ng to the republic of Pretoria, I a tax on patent and proprietary wnr.ot learn that any state or gov- scheme of taxation is estimated to raise modicmes and a tax oil telegraph ernnient of that name exists messages and express packages is In the event of the president, al- also incorporated in the bill. This iowmg the resolution to become a without his signature, the opin- sou j, expressed in official circles The tax on proprietary and patent that tho objectionable part would medicines will be 'i cents on pack- inoperative because unlawful un. ages or bottles retailing at -M cents tior tue constitution. or under, and 4 cents on those re- tailing above that, price MISSOURI SYNOD. The tax on telegraph messages _____ will be 1 cent on all messages The Middle District May Be which cost, cents or less, and 3 cents an all above 'J5 cents. A duty Divided. tion now bluntly brought in con- f U8 ,nral upon. net-lion with the Maine, is perfectly aml por on justified, after the reticence oh- ft internal rove- served by the responsible American But tilt u in ln-fcrrcil Monday, nue tax on stock on hand. Tins government. latter will be in tbe form of a tax on An important iiuestion was "Spam virtually threw up salos Of stork onliand to avoid the broached at yesterday afternoon's sponge m ordering an armistice, it j inhibition against a session of tho Evangelical Lutheran i Bottl011 waters are to tie Missouri synod af Indianapolis. It was the question of the advisability >f dividing the middle district, in its insulting attack upon the mere to jintrnt medicines. exigence of European sovereignty por the ncnb.. .f the go ...........0 over the island, a straight- waist ernmenf tlln of the treas-1 winch now consists ot Ohio, Indiana coat would seem to lio a very useful' article of nttiro tor the outside pow- ers to provide for the country which wants tn bito off more than it can i general power to' of ni'lobtednoss! year and not to nry is given tho issue payable in one exceed per cent, interest. The chow without any consideration for of treasury is aKo other people's interest. nuthovi-vd to borrow on the credit "The notion ll'.at England mus-t support America against Europe, whether Americ.. is right or wrong, j through and Kentucky, seimrating Ohio from tbo other two states. The issue was first raised by tho pastoral con- ference of Fort AVayne, It is argued that separation would render it less difficult to quarter and take of tho government by popular aub-! c.ire of the visitors at each a loan of meeting. There are 41'.' dele- is absolutely ludicrous. But if a new holy alliance attempted 1o coerce America in respect to a mat- ter in which our sympathies were with Americi, it would no doubt lind Great Uritain a strong ally of tho United States. ItloN UNDER GUARD. Tlirr; thr at the present mooting and the por-totlKvs of tho country, the the withdrawal of Ohio would re- and government de duco the number to making positories m lovv rat-e bonds which that many less to bo taken care are to bo sold at par. It is urged also that the younger They are to ho per emit, inter-, clement would take more interest est and to ho redeemable, al'k-r five and that (lie missionary intoret-ts years nt the option of the govern-, would pmlit. ment and to he dno in twenty years. Tin- after Tbe prrncip.il and interest are to bo referred to a committee com- ].ayablo in coin. j po.-'.od ol Hev P. Gross, of Tort j Tin1 measure will he to tne Rev. C. Scbumin. of the full cniunnttoe prnlflbly on Ltfiiyetfc llov. C. A. Frank, ot Monday and it will bo brought, into Evansville; tln< Rev. Philip (he hotiso assoon as the war of Seymour, and two DEATHS AND FUNERALS. Virginia E., months-old child of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest U. Kampe, died of dropsy this moring at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Holsworth, No. 158 West Wayne street. The fanewl will take place Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock from the house, Rev. Bam- uel Wagenhals officiating. 8HORB. was received today of the death at Van Wert, Ohio, of Eugene Rhorb. Mr. Shorb had many friends in Fort Wayne who be pained to learn of his demise. St; Mrs. Or a Bair received word today of the death of her atwt, Mrs. F. Scattergood, of Oakdale, Gal. 8he will be remembered by the older settlers as Miss Francis Snttenfield, daughter of the late Mrs. Laura Suttenfleld. Mrs, Bair was a name- sake of Mrs. Soattergood. WHITE. A telegram received from J. W. Cromwell announces the death of Miss White at Chicago. Deceased was a sister of Mrs. Cromwell. The remains will be brought to Fort Wayne this evening and taken to 'he home of Mr. and Mrs. Crom- well. CliAl.L. Catharine, five-months-old child and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Crall. died of convulsions this morning, at the homo of the parents, No. 288 East Jefferson street. THE WEEK S DEATHS. The following is a list of the deaths reported by the undertakers of the city for the week ending April Hi: Frances Erne, years old, old age. Child of Ed Horsier, 1 day old, exhaustion. Lorence Armbruster, 60 years old, heart and kidney trouble. Marion Hart man, 18 years old, tumor. Mary Close, 42 years old, mania. Francis Uaulinan, 75 years old, lung fever. Catherine Crall, 5 months old, convulsions. Virginia B. Kampe. yean old, dropsy. Spain. April lit The students grocery and dry goods store at tho j of the school of medicine, carrjing corner of Hanna and Wallace'' Hug. attempted to maKc a inatnfi-ota streets. They will bn pleased to tlou liere last evening but the police j llro welcome all of their friends and j interfered and arrested two of (lie ivium-f n.vine. show their fine, up to-date stock of' gtudenU. As a result, ihi- I'niteil! Col. April li'. Kdnnnl goods- been placed andvi liciijiny. ilie lainmm who f-' Co., guard, i limn Irom his in Maasi- Hnnnu St. TLl'c is! f.iil in Uie lioitc ol IIIR bio lic.iHh, is ilvuc ci lion. Hi i-i MI') In" -niil tne end lay delegates. The cnnmittee brought in an adverse report, but there are many friends of tbe plan Atteutivii, l.inlifs. We have secnrwl the agency for the celebrated Knox iiat. Tho spring' style ladies' Knox Sailors are ready. OlXH-.E, A. K, Hurst Uo; THE l-Tlll tlltr .1 Hi Truiplr. I Friday evening of nest week the j Fort Wayne Tnrn-Verein will give i a gymwuttic entertainment at the i Uats now ready. Masonic Tempte. Eighty Fort', Wajneladies, vmtlomen and boys A Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Linker and W. Baado have gone to visit tlioir brother, Henry Baade, of Lo- gan's Ferry, Pa. Herman Tresler, a former Fort Wayne contractor, who resides in Williamsport, was in the city today and reported that his wife was very ill. The Till family will be in the city over the Sabbath. Miss Mildred will sing at the services at the Grace Keformod church tomorrow evening. Jacob Gable, the well-known dairyman, living on the Piqna rood, in tlie meeting, and action wa- de was pleasantly surprised last even- fom-'l until Monday, when the ing, tho occasion being his fifty-sixth p raised in favor of separatum birthday nnuivorsay. There was a by the Fort Wayne conference will I large gathering of his friends, who bi'lii-vcdtobcnear Spring styl" Knox and Yonn I Miss Minute Minsky, of Fisher street, is seriously ill. 1 The Lotuq Group of the children's department of tlw Universal Broth- K Hurst Co. erb'wd celebrated the of life. made him number of valuable presents. A gupper was served at midnight. There was music and merrymaking until late hoar, when the guests departed, Mr. Oable many more happy years 1   

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