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Fort Wayne Journal (Newspaper) - April 6, 1899, Fort Wayne, Indiana Established 1868. Thursday morning april 6, 1899. Price five cents. A Flous keeper s Opportunity save labor time and expense. Piled up on counters to Flay for special Sale will be huge lots of Well made Lull sized sheets and Pillow cases. Ready for the bed at once made of Good sheeting made by experts better than can be done at Home. Wide hems and counting ally cheaper than can be done by buying materials and making up yourself. Sale commences to Day at the Pollo Wigg prices 1 i % to at 38c each�?8-4 unbleached sheets Good Quality finely hemmed. At 48c each�?9-4 unbleached sheets same Quality As the 8-4. At 48c each�?9-4 bleached sheets wide hems go Oil sheeting. At 50c, 55c and 60c each�?9-4 bleached sheets in three Fine grades of sheeting exceptional bargains. At 50c and 65c each�?9-4 bleached Hemstitch de sheets Fine grades sheeting. Very handsome hems Toching. Pillow cases. At 6e each Pillow cases 45x36 inches. At 11c and 12%c�?Pillow cases 42x36 inches made of Nice Pillow Case muslims. At 18c each Pillow cases 54x38% inches. Hemstitch de Pillow cases in three grades 45x36 inches at 12c, 16c and 20c each. He stitched Pillow cases in three Fine grades 45x38% inches at 20c, 25c and 30c each. Pillow cases with two rows of he stitching 45x38 inches at 25c each. Pillow cases with two rows of embroidered he stitching Fine Muslin 45x36 inches at 30c each. Leave orders at stationery depart ment for visiting cards 100 cards name and plate for $1.00. The Rurode dry goods co. I 1899, a a a a 1899.1 Moo Lens for Spring and summer la it def Fey s gis speak. Charleston shells Dagupan and the rebels leave. Rumor that Aguinaldo has been superseded a american commissioners proclamation generally commended a Washington hears nothing from Otis. The strikers win out Wheeling Street car Corpany Grants the increase. Manila april 6.-10 45 a. United states Cruiser Charleston which has been cruising on the West coast of Luzon to the North sent a boat inshore near Dagupan last saturday to Malie soundings. The rebel opened lire wounding a United states officer. The Cruiser there up bombarded the town the insurgents evacuating. A Fly a a i Manila april 5.-6 20 p. Are persistent rumours to Day that Aguinaldo the insurgent Leader has been supplanted in the control of filipino affairs by Genei Al Antonio Luna commander in chief of the filipino forces. Luna is Desei bed As being a typical belligerent. The proclamation of the United states philippine commission was posted in the streets printed in English Spanish and tagalog to Day. It was also distributed in the outside towns As far As Malolos and has been received with married attention by the natives generally and has been approved by a number of representative Mani lians. A Spanish banker who was interviewed expressed fear that the proclamation will not reach the masses controlling the rebellion because he explained the filipinos at Manila Are mostly domestics and clerks who have no definite opinions and the wire pullers outside of the City have undoubtedly intercepted it. Continuing the Spanish banker said that if the proclamation had been issued on May 2, or even on August 14 of last year the result would have been different As in his opinion based on Twenty years Enji Prience the Only argument which appeals to the masses Here is the gun. The editor of Oceana thinks the proclamation is the most politic document Ever published in the philippine islands and that it is bound to convince the wavering of the Folly of further hostilities. An English merchant says the first clause with reference to the and maintenance of american sovereignty and warning the rebels should Settle the in the mind of every thinking filipino. A scotch ship owner to links it does not leave any further doubt As to the policy of the United and that consequently. Aguinaldo submit to the inevitable As the continuance of hostilities is to the Best interests of the . Wheeling w. Va., april 5.�?the strike of the operators and conductors of the Wheeling amp Blagrove electric Road was settled to Day the company granting the men s demands for 20 cents an hour and ten hours work. The ultimatum ser de on the Wheeling railway company by the operators and conductors of its lines expires Friday night but an Immy Diat quot strike in the event of a refusal to Grant 20 cents an hour is not expected. Miners strike failing Ishpeming mich., strike in the Iron mines appears to be playing out. The mines worked to Day with about one third of a full Force All non Union men. There was no opposition from the unionists. Government machinists quit. Daa Export Iowa april 5.�?one ruin dred and fifty machinists failed to report for duty at the Rock Island Arsenal this morning on account o dissatisfaction with wages and workshop rules. Maj. S. F. Blunt referred tie to the War department. Secretary of War Meiklejohn is Likely to take the matter up fur action to Morrow. Washington without information. You will find just the rightly Cut clothes Here ready to Wear that any first class custom tailor would charge you double our Price for weve All the fashionable shapes in the garments As Well As the fabrics and you have the advantage of trying on the clothes made up so you can Tell whether they Are becoming before you buy them tis not so with clothes made to order then you take All the risks the tailor none Here we take All the risks and you none not even after youve paid for the clothes because you can get your Money Back if you re dissatisfied Washington april general Otis is maturing plans for another Campaign against the insurgents in the Vicinity of Calumpit As indicated in the press dispatches from Manila he has not so info med the War department. In fact the general has not thought it needful to communicate with the department for two Days. While it May be necessary to Send troops against the insurgents who have gathered at Calumpit in order to make the authority of the United states More secure and for its effect upon the natives yet it is not thought that Aguinaldo has any great Force and it is believed that upon the approach of the american army the insurgents will retire after the Exchange of a few shots. Who is Ellwood stranger drops dead at the Washington races. Had letters addressed to him at fort Wayne nothing known of him Here he had John e. Ross address. Health reports false. Physician predicts disaster will follow remaining in Philippines. Fort Worth Texas april 5.�?dr. Charles v. Harris of the medical department of the United states army passed through Here to Day Enro Ute to Washington on important business with the War department. He comes from the philippine islands and says the reports of the excellent health of the american troops Are false. Or. Haiti stated that Many United states soldiers disheartened Over their physical condition deliberately place themselves As a target for the enemy s guns. It is the opinion of or. Harris that if the american troops remain in the philippine islands any great length of time sickness and death is sure to follow. �1 Washington april 5.�?th� name of or. Chas. V. Harris is not carried in the army Register nor has the surgeon general s office any record of any person of that name connected with the medical department of the army in Manila or the Philippines. It is not believed at the War department that he has any connection with the army. Special to the journal new York april 5.�?there was a dash of tragedy following the finish of the third race at Bennings washing ton yesterday. A neatly dressed Man of Middle age dark complexion and average build and stature claimed in an excited manner to a knot of in the betting Pavillion quot i beat that race before the Man could proceed further in the narrative his intense agony supplanted the one of elation and with a groan he Sank to the Loose boy re floor in an unconscious Condilis Ion. The insensible form was carried to the was Wall of the enclosure and a physician came out of the throng Knelt in attendance restoratives were applied but to no i Vail. In the course of five minutes the Stric Cen Man was pronounced dead and his ascribed to heart failure. The District of Columbia then assumed charge of the remains. In the pockets of the dead Man were found letters which implied that his name John Elwood. Some had been received at fort Wayne ind., and others at Baltimore my. The former letters were to the general delivery and the latter in care ii of the Westport social club. A membership card of the latter organization was made out to John e. Elwood. An envelope addressed to quot John e. Ross Pennsylvania Raih Vay office. Fort was found. Forty dollars a Gold watch and Chain and a Seal ring bearing the a Monogram initial letter were the chief i it personal effects of the deceased Man. The name of John e. Elwood does not appear in the Baltimore directory. Death undoubtedly came from heart failure brought on by a stress of unaccustomed excitement. The Man s admission badge was lost during the confusion and the amount he won Over the fatal race or the name he gave to the layer of Odds in making the Wager will possibly never be known. Perkins. Not known Here. Or. John e. , passenger agent for tie Pennsylvania could not remember any such person As the one described in the above. He thought probably it might be some one who had been Here and who afterwards opened up a correspondence with him in a business Way. To Street car Combine Effort to form one at Cincinnati fails. Cincinnati Ohio april 5.�?the enquirer in its its business column.?, will say to Morrow quot an agent of a Combine of Street car builders of the United states has been in this City trying to secure the co operation of the coni5olidated Street railway company which controls All roads in the cite under the fifty year franchise. He failed completely. On the contrary he was told that the Cincinnati company would immediately enlarge its car Plant make All us own cars and keep out of the Hobart is no better. Washington april 5.�?vice president Hobart s condition is about the same As last night. He is not so Well As yesterday but at his residence there is said to be no cause for alarm. He is said to be suffering principally from acute indigestion. 58 Calhoun St. Absolute Citi Rek Akino powder makes the food More delicious and Oleo iii a atm pow oct co. Wow suits skirts jackets and waists. Have captivated the feminine heart style Beauty and fashion reign Here. Our stylish and Jaunty garments have the seats of Honor in this season s feast foreign and Domestic manufacturers contribute their Best to this grand offering. Our suit and cloak department is the Pride and glory of fort Wayne new styles and novelties in profusion Well selected and carefully chosen that show perfection in fit and workmanship. No end to the variety no end to the charming and Chic effects fresh from fashion centers of the world. Prices to suit you. Infants and children s outer garments the largest and handsomest assortment Ever shown in the City. Rices from $1.00 amp Dessauer to and 72 Calhoun s Spring the principal question of the hour solved More satisfactorily Here than in any store in the City because we have the greatest variety be St values and guarantee a saving that makes a decided difference particularly to men of moderate Spring clothing. The two extremes highest Quality and lowest Price a makes this the most popular clothing store in this City. Men s Spring hats. Our celebrated $2 hats. Larger and better selected Stock than Ever. Both Derby and Fedora shapes in leading colors. The kind the exclusive Hatter asks you $3.00 for. Try us this Spring for your hat. This Label appears upon All our new Spring clothing. Pm Sam

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