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Fort Wayne Journal (Newspaper) - April 6, 1899, Fort Wayne, Indiana It a a. 1,. For remedies the set $1.25 cobol sting of go Sicura soap to cleanse of skin Cuti Hijra ointment to Beal tic Sld and concur resolvent to Coo the Mooi is often sufficient to Core tie most torturing Dis findring Sun Scalp and blood Immis lassies. It Ungs and irritations wit ii loss of i air Oliea die Best pity simians and All Osiier remedies Oil sold everywhere. Price the sit �1.85 or Coti Cuba 80ap,25e.i . Besom Tigirt half Rise a Fotiuk a boy and chem. Cokp., sole pro pfc Boiton or quot How to cure Hume i quot 6<-P�ee Book free. Refrigerators. We have our line of the celebrated Alaska make of the new quot Sitka handsome hard Wood with All the latest improvements. Don t buy a refrigerator until you examine our line. They will please you and so will the Price. Don t forget that now is a Good time to buy your cooking stove or Range at h. J. Ash 16 e. Columbia St. Meyer Cycle co. Opening and Cycle show april 7 and 8, afternoons and evenings. Grandest display of bicycles Ever shown in the City. Music and Flowers. Three governments selecting their representatives. And the dispute is near to a solutions must be unanimity among them negotiations progressing at ber. Lin. This Shell investment pays Joo cents. Genuine Tortoise Shell hair ornaments go this week at Cost cheaper ones that look like genuine in endless variety. Hair goods at Cost for the next 10 Days. Will sell $1.75 switches at $2.00 switches $2.25. A guaranteed first Quality switch $3.00, and so on up to the very finest. Hair dressing shampooing and manicuring. Chiropodist. Ideas hair Bazaar 156 Calhoun Street Home phone 1133. The celebrated Marseilles wave quot done Here. Meyer amp Stock architects. English and German spoken. Plans and estimates furnished on application. Correspondence and patronage solicited. 1 of fall amp Oun St. Bicycles repaired amp cleaned cheapest place in the City. All work guaranteed. 357 South Calhoun Street jul s. Wheeler. Established 1876. Phone 160 Troy steam laundry. We guarantee our process to prolong the life of your Linen. 48 and 60 Pearl Street. Of l. Jones amp co. Props. Washington april 5.�?the Sam Oan agreement for a High commission has progressed to the Point where the three governments Are exchanging notes As to the members of the com Mission. This is accepted As an Assurance that lord Salisbury accepts not Only the principle of the commission but the commission itself As the consideration of the British Delegate would hardly be entered upon unless the commission was assured. The published report that three commissioners would be named from each country is without foundation As such a plan has never been considered. There will be one from each country of about the same relative rank or standing. It is to insure this similarity of standing that the three governments Are mutually discussing the names of commissioners the question being whether they will be military men consuls general or officials in the foreign service. Aside from this desire to secure uniformity there is evidently some wish not to have any one country name a commissioner who May be personally objectionable by reason of his previous activities in samoan disputes. The German purpose to select a Consul general As commissioner is understood to Point to the nomination of one of the privy councillors now attached to the foreign office and in charge of colonial affairs. He formerly served As Consul general in Samoa. The British selection of a commissioner has been made conditional however upon the German and american selections so that while this condition remains open no announcement of the. Name can be made. One Point in the negotiations appears to be open and this May still occasion some difficulty. This is As to the future status of chief Justice Chambers and consuls Rose of Germany Osborne of the United states and Maxe of great Britain. It would be quite acceptable to Germany if All of them were with i Awn but when this proposal was made some time ago it was distinctly rejected. Now however the High commission May have such enlarged Powers that in effect the chief Justice and the consuls will have their authority curtailed if not entirely Cut off. In some Well informed quarters it is said this is the real cause of lord Salisbury s very mature consideration of the plan As he is believed to be averse to any project which even indirectly will result in the retirement of All the present officials and the virtual acceptance of Germany s original proposal that All be withdrawn. Cubar to Nori Heni Points in the United states at pro sent. A a a a. Washington april 5.-he decision of attorney general Grigors on the army canteen legislation of the last Congress has already stirred the Temperance and religious elements to activity and tonight the superintendent of legislation of the National w. . U. And head of the Reform Bureau announced that they would not submit without a. Flight to the interpretation put upon the Law by the attorney general but would Appeal to the president himself. They said the execution of the Law Lay with the president that if he chose to the Power was in his hands to suppress absolutely the Sale of liquor in the army and that they would not rest satisfied until or. Quot Mckinley had acted. They indicated a purpose to begin agitation of the matter in the churches throughout the country and have them urge on the president that he carry out what they insist notwithstanding the attorney general s opinion was the. Plain intent of Congress. A a Washington april 5.�?it is not believed Here that there will be any difficulty in arranging the details of the commission plan for the settlement of the samoan trouble arising from the reluctance of the British government to throw aside the Berlin treaty. The state department does not expect it will be necessary to go far outside of the lines of that convention to secure a satisfactory adjustment of the present difficulties. As there appears to be apprehension that the proposed commission May not be limited in its functions sufficiently to meet British ideas it May be said that the plan in contemplation safeguards All essential Points. It is proposed that the commission shall visit the islands make careful inquiry into existing conditions and then apply such remedial measures As May seem to be necessary to ensure Tranquility. It will be distinctly understood that whatever the commission does in that line will be purely temporary in character and subject to the approval of the governments party to the Berlin treaty. Then the commission will be expected to Frame a scheme for the approval by each of three Powers for the future government of the islands involving perhaps some Moro or less Radical changes in the original Berlin news. Progress at Berlin. Berlin april 5.�?the negotiations Between the German minister of foreign affairs Bai on von Buelow and the United states ambassador Andrew d. White and the British ambassador. Sir Frank c. Lascelles continue. The representative of great Britain still favors the majority Rule within the proposed samoan investigation. Germany wants unanimity Jaccoi Ding to the Berlin account and the United states acquiesces in the latter. Or. White said to the correspondent Here of the associated press quot i believe England will yield to unanimity. The delay in a decision is probably due to lord Salisbury s absence. As a Compromise i offered that each Power appoint three commission ens with seven to decide. But this met with Small favor. Germany thinks that it will not be difficult to secure unanimity within the commission if the commissioners Are instructed to be conciliatory. Quot official despatches from Washington say the american representatives at Samoa have been instructed to proceed cautiously and return to the status quo. All other reports such As that the United states and great Britain will hold Germany responsible for the deaths of Blue jackets during the recent fights Are Tariff on Tea. Scheumann undertaker and 87 w. Berry 8l Home phone office 900. Home phone residence 186. Open Dat and Toht Washington april 5.�?the Secretary of the Treasury has issued regulations under the Tea act of March 2, 1897. Announcing the standards established by the Board of government Tea experts for the coming season. These regulations do not differ very materially from those issued two years ago except that Foo Chow Oblong suey Ket have been added to the standards. The word quot cup quot in the former descriptions of Quality has been omitted and Portland ore., has been discontinued As a Tea examining port. These regulations Are to go into effect on May 1, 1899, excepting in the Case of teas shipped from abroad prior to april 1, 1899, which will be governed by the old standards. Bringing troops Home. Dublin april 5.�?a conference of the nationalist members of parliament called with the View to bring about a re Union of the Irish parties was opened at the mansion House Here to Day. The Parnel Lites were invited to attend but declined to do so owing to the fact that the had rejected their proposal for a preliminary joint committee meeting to discuss the basis of reunion. The bulk of the Redmond ites were therefore absent. Timothy Harrington was elected to the chair. Timothy m. Healy Timothy d. Sullivan and Thomas j. Heavy sat with the anti Parnel Lites. John Dillon moved and Micheal Davitt seconded resolutions regretting the of the bulk of the Parnel Lites which it was pointed out would make re Union impossible favouring the reconstitution of the old Parnell Tes party As it existed from 1885 to 1890, and declaring readiness As an Earnest of practical sex of the spirit of the anti Parnel Lites to support a Parnellie for first chairman of the party. The resolutions were adopted though there was a plight dissent at the last proposal. A a a Leeds eng., april 5.�?the seventh annual conference of the Independent labor party presided Over by or. James Keir Hardie the former member of parliament and socialist Leader passed a Resolution to Day in favor of federation with All socialistic bodies. The Rev. S. Wilson of the socialist crusade of Chicago addressed the conference on the increase of socialistic sentiment in America. The Rev. J. Wise and the Rev. Holdsworth of Chicago were also present at the conference. A Rome april 5.�?doctors Lapponi and Mazzoni have issued another formal denial of the disquieting stories circulated about the Pope s health. They declare he follows his usual occupations Grants audiences daily and celebrates mass almost every morning. The in stiff on april 11, on the of the fete of St. Leon will receive the dignitaries of the sacred College and the pontifical court and will return thanks for his Coronation congratulations. Or. Lapi oni declares the Pope is now in Tho same health As he has been for two or three years past. His holiness received archbishop Ireland to Day in Farewell audience. The Pope to Day received in audience the Bishop of Duluth the it. Rev. Jas. Mcgoldrick and the Bishop of Winona the it. Rev. David b. Cotter. A a a Paris april 5.�?the Voltaire emulating the Figaro to Day punishes an instalment of Dreyfus evidence in the shape of some foreign office documents in which it is set Forth that the foreign office received several official denials from colonel Schwartzkop Fen the former German military attache Here and from the italian government emphatically denying that they had had relations with Dreyfus. The documents by the Voltaire also show that the French foreign office intercepted a Telegram addressed to colonel Panni Sardi the former italian military attache at Paris to his government showing that he did not know Dreyfus. Little Fred Oertel found dead in his crib. Was apparently in Good health before being put to bed autopsy fails to reveal cause of death stomach to be examined. Killed wife and babe. Then sent a Bullet into his own brain. A c. Peltier undertaker i Emly Lomeii if arrangements making for reception of volunteers from Cuba. Washing Ron april 5.�?acting Secretary meikle.1ohn has issued orders relative to the reception of the eight Volunteer regiments still remaining in Cuba when they reach the United states. These regiments Are the ninth Illinois forty ninth Iowa sixth Missouri third Nebraska thirty first Michigan sixth Ohio third Kentucky and 16 he Indiana. The order contemplates making the Best possible arrangement for the troops in con Graulty with the quarantine regulations and requirements of the Marine Hospital service and with the state Laws. An isolation. Camp will be established near Savannah where the troops May remain during the period required to show that there Are no infectious cases among them. Meanwhile All baggage will be thoroughly fumigated. Everything possible for the Comfort of the troops will be quot done and a the Camp will be carefully prepared it has been found impracticable to bring these troops from the warm climate of Albany ga., april 5�?walter r. Jackson his wife and their three months old babe were found dead in bed this morning. Jackson and his wife each had a pistol shot in the head while the child was shot through the body. Death was evidently instantaneous. In each Case. It is evident that Jackson first shot his wife and child and then killed himself. The deed was done during the night. The Only occupant of the House was mrs. E. Richardson Jackson s grandmother who was not awakened by the shots. Tackson was a Young business Man of High standing and married Janle Goodwin a leading society girl a Little Over two years ago. Until recently he was cashier and bookkeeper for a warehouse firm. It is supposed he brooded Over the loss of his position and killed his family and himself in a fit of insanity. A death that is slightly shrouded in mystery occurred at 91 John Street morning. Little Fred Oer. Tel aged Nineteen months son of Herman Oertel was found dead in Hia crib at 8 o clock in the morning. The cause of the death has not been ascertained. The child has always enjoyed the Best of health and was robust and Well developed. When he was put to bed tuesday night he was cheerful. It was the custom at the Oertel Home for the Little one to sleep with Selma Flet Ler the servant girl As the child s Mother is dead. About 11 o clock each night she would place the child in its Crip and she says that when she did so tuesday evening the child was sleeping soundly and was apparently Well. She awakened Early yesterday mom it ing and found the child still enjoying quiet slumber. This was about 6 o clock and at 8 o clock she went to the crib and found the child dead. Coroner Barnett was notified and he went to the Oertel Home to make an investigation. He says that the child s body was slightly discoloured stowing that it had evidently died from spasmodic conditions. No indications could be found of the child having vomited and Only a slight stain was found on the Pillow which evidently came from frothing at the Mouth. Coroner Barnett ordered an autopsy which was held yesterday afternoon. This autopsy failed to reveal the cause of death. The heart was found to have been in a healthy condition at the time of death. The stomach was examined and the Coroner will order an examination of the contents to be conducted by or. Drayer. Or. Barnett is confident that the cause of death will be known after the result of the examination of the stomach is known. He will wait for the report of or. Drayer before making his report As to the cause of death. Or. Barnett states that he found a great mass of indigestible food in the stomach and a piece of Pickle half As Large As a Man s thumb. Garman. Mrs. William Garman died tuesday morning it her Home near Collingwood. At the age of thirty nine years. Death was due to spinal fever. Funeral services will be held at 10 30 o clock this morning at the reformed Church near Collingwood. Rupert. Mrs. Mary Rupert aged thirty nine died at the St. Joe Hospital wednesday afternoon of heart disease. She had come to the Hospital from her Home in Summit ind., for treatment. The funeral announcement will be made later. Penman. The funeral of Robert p. Penman will be held this afternoon at 2 o clock from his late residence at 30 Douglass Avenue. The funeral will be in charge of the rite masons. Richards. The funeral of Olivia Richards will be held to Morrow at 2 o clock from the residence 293 South Harrison Street. Balzer. The funeral of Freda Balzer will be held to Morrow from the residence of her father at 156 Hayden Street and at 2 o clock from St. John s reformed Church. Of to cure a cold in one Day. Take laxative Bro Roo quinine tablets. All druggists refund the Money if it fails to cure. 25c. The genuine has l. B. Q. On each Tablet. Fishing is further explained by commissioner Sweeney. Z. T. Sweeney fish commissioner has sent out a notice correcting a mistake in copies of an opinion on the fish Law distributed some time ago. He says Section 4 should have read quot makers an absolute closed season during May and june in All streams of the state and a closed season in All other Waters of the state from the first of january to the first of april and from the first of May to the first of july except with Hook and the Law permits Hook and line fishing in streams from july 1 to May 1 of the next year. In lakes it is permissible at All times. It s the Little colds that grow into big colds the big colds that end in consign a ton and death. Watch the Little colds. Or. Wood s Norway Pine syrup. Difficolt1>fe�tliing, Sor?ne8s.d�rtingf Shara a or Dull and heavy pain or a prickly Dis it Tressing sensation accompanied a stir by in a nagging cough and expectoration. There is no tire for bronchitis or for sore Throat am weak and bleeding. Lungs a unless the Jil Ood is pm fied. Those ailments will last As Long As tie blood remains thin and weak until the stomach is put in proper shape to make Good blood. Or. Pierce s Golden medical the safest and surest remedy for All the persistent Grava Ting wasting diseases of the Throat bronchial tubes and lungs that come in advancer of consumption. With it the sufferer can face about the other Way and mount upward on the Steps of health. It is a Tome and creates hunger. It is an Aid to digestion and helps the weak stomach to do its work properly. It brings about the proper assimilation of food and thus makes the blood pure. As the pure blood courses through the veins All the microbes and impurities disappear and with them the diseases which they cause. Don t take substitutes when the dealer offers them. Substitutes for or. Pierce s Golden medical discovery Are not to be depended upon. They May contain alcohol or morphine. Quot Golden medical discovery quot contains neither. It is a Temperance remedy and creates no desire for Strong drink or narcotics. Quot i had Long been a sufferer from chronic Catarrh of the head quot says Chas. T. Stone esq., of Whitford Chester . Quot it finally Evelond into a very disagreeable and hacking cough with soreness and fullness of the Chest. Doctors Here pronounced it bronchitis. I tried several Doc tors and took different remedies without receiving any Benefit whatever. I then wrote or. R. V. Pierce in reference to my Case. The first bottle of his Golden medical discovery stopped the cough. 1 used several bottles with or. Sage s Catarrh remedy and have since had no symptoms of a re tam of the nearly everybody is More or less constipated and thus subject to the endless Chain of troubles that stubborn bowels cause. Or. Pierce s pleasant pellets cure constipation and bilious Ness quickly without griping. Odd Birds breeders or Foung Birds atthe Edna lofts. Barbs Fantail dragoons outside tumblers magpies homers posters jacobins owls bumpters arid other varieties. Any one wishing to Purchase pigeons should Vielt the Edna lofts before buying As the Stock is from the Best known lofts a America and Are All mated for the Best results and every Bird sold will be guaranteed to be sound healthy and no. 1. Or Money cheerfully refunded. Prices $3.00 and up per pair according to Birds wanted. Address see e Wayne St. If in need of Brown liegiii6m, Buff Cochins White Plymouth Rock chickens or Pekin ducks visit the Highland poultry Yards o y Glasgow ave looking both ways at a question is the Only Way to get at the truth. Will you ride a poor bicycle at a cheap Price or a Good bicycle at a moderate Price in Point of construction the Yale has no superiors. It is not the product of a hustling factory where the Quantity of the work takes precedence Over Quality. It is made by real artisans who take Pride in the excellence of their work. Safe Strong and speedy. Price $35.00 and $45.00. We also have the Tribune the easiest running bicycle on the Market. We have the Only $25.00 bicycle on the Market. We have absolutely tie largest Stock in the City to select whee company. 31 West Berry Street discontent in Porto Rico. The lowest Batese ast or West Are offered via the Nickel plate Road. With solid through trains to new York and through sleeping cars to Boston and direct connections at Chicago for All Points West travellers via this deservedly popular Low rate line Are offered All it conveniences of Ane acting travelling Public. Alien too the Quality of the ser Vloe is Tinq passed. Modem Day coaches and luxurious sleeping cars contribute to the Comfort of passengers while unix yelled dining ears Cater to the tastes of the most exacting. American prices and rough treatment Likely to cause trouble. Correspondence of associated press san Juan de Porto Rico March 27.�?although there is not at present any danger of serious disturbance there is such dissatisfaction among the lower classes of natives throughout the Island and there has been a Good Deal of violent talk by the ignorant against the new regime. The chief cause of this anti american feeling is the increase in quot Tho Cost of living since the american occupation began and the ill treatment that Many of the natives in the country districts have received at the hands of rough soldiers. Dissatisfaction is also expressed at the delay in making the Island a part or a territory of the United states with the privileges and advantages that would accrue to Tho Island from such a relation especially in the matter of Trade. Call phone 920libbing amp co., loan office and second hand store. The place to store your household goods. Good ol6an Roony. We will take Down your heating stoves for the summer store Black repair then and set them ii in the fall. Rates reason able.39 e. Main St. to Lotus at o per cent.__1 t o of in a fish Greet the Economy Dontaes and hat renovating of. In w a a ii ettely and pm itly do a a Good my cd for. And a dived. Borne Elwne 97t, Itala. Lio Naban Stab on. Too a a Cost Sih . Two nights commencing Friday april to. Saturday matinee 15c, 2sc, s5o Span of see the human Bridge. Night 25c, 50c and 75c. Masonic tb2eplb. One wee special return engagement. Commencing monday april 10. Matinee saturday Lyric opera co direction of Cai. W. A. Thompson. In a grand repertoire. Monday quot the Black Hussar j tuesday wednesday. Quot said thursday. Friday i. Quot beggar student quot saturday matinee. Quot Black Hussar quot saturday evening. Quot Princess Fortune. _. _ _ _ great cast of principals. N a Ivl h Superb chorus of 30 voices. A Jar amp lilt Beautiful costumes. Prices 15, 25, 35 and 50. Sale of seats for any performance Fri Day at 9 a. no seed. Evergreen and cheaper than Sod 20c la. Lawn fertilizer clean and convenient As wed As cheap 25c Fob 5-lb fuck. Garden seeds in bulk fresh and True to name. You can save postage and commission by buying of us. Flower seeds we carry a full line. Now a the time to Start pansies asters and Sweet . Bash amp Goat Torii , pressing and mending. Bang us your old clothing. We win make it Good As new. We Are dolls work for our Foremost citizens who will testify to our Superior Workman ship. We ask of Yon is to give us a trial. We 6all for and deliver All . C. Lubs. 30 Harrison Street. Bom Telephone 4ss.dr. Bulson announces the removal of his office in his residence,55 West Wayne Street. Practice limited to diseases of to my Bye ear nose and Throat. Hours 10 to 4. Telephone main 41s.private Hospital and maternity Comer Cass and sixth Street. Pray a tace limited to obstetrics and diseases of . Luella Derbyshire phone. 12s.dr. A. J. Boswell physician and surgeon. Folb Cess Over Loesch s drug Stora East Wayne Street and at residence. Hours East Wayne Street office p a. M. And 2 p. M. Calls Calls sent in by Tele Phoan from any part of the Day win a promptly is full of blizzards. Be pm pared for them. I am receiving amp fresh Stock of Kaird and it Coal an Ltd Vood. At lowest prices and prompt delivery. Office and Yard at Wells Street bold Gnu j. M. Mojo Rem. A phone cards Robert Klaehn 89 West in All its branches. Telephones 1258 and 228, main. Office open Day and . K. M Cracken. Insula ice Seal estate and Loans Money to loan on acceptable Flat mortgage real estate Security. Spidi. Cations can be filled without delay. Office 83 East by St Over Kunkes Berg b drug e. Graham a inter abstract of of title Fly. Insurance. Cold us Tino and in an agent. Rooma 2� and 28 Bank Block. For women s Christian association it asap. Meat Menrad to to Mem. To i do but. 1� tar amp a in 4

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