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THE LAN6TS0N CITY HERALD.
Itl the easiest thing In the world
o establish a reputation for clever
ness.' if you are only rich.
"He kind enough to give 'me the dic
tionary,'1 Raid a now candidate, r 'uglit
Il5y "This la llticl. One of' theau
wretched newspapers has called tne a
It eocins that football players In
1 arls are exposed to even grca'cr per
ils than they face In the United States.
Two football captains got Into an al
tercation during n football game In
Paris, recently, u chnllmigo wns mado
and accepted, and In the duel which
followed both men were badly wound
ed. In this country the danger, how
ever great, Is over when "tlmo" has
Mr. Moody thinks If Christ offered t"
rulo hero as he docs In heaven he
would be adopted by no political party
and iho majority would vote hlin down.
Evidently Mr. Moody believes that the
masses arc growing In strength and
number; but he ought to glvo tbo ma
jority some little credit for Intelli
gence. While Ignorance and egotism
go together and are powerful, there Is
such a thing as common sense. And
besides Mr. I'lntt Is not going to live al
ways. Mark Twain, following tho noble ex
ample of Sir Walter Scott, has devoted
all his gains for several jcaiu to tho
payment of what his creditors were dis
posed to regard as "dead claims." The
ICngllsh papers aro lavish In their ap
plauseas if this kind of honesty wero
a rare virtue. Perhaps It Is rare; but
then, more's tho pity! Creditors should
forgive us as they hopo to bo forgiven;
but no debtor should let himself off
easily, unless he Is willing to take tho
risk of moral bankruptcy.
Where a purchaser bought and paid
for all tho standing timber on a tract
of land and received a written transfer
from tho owner, In which It was stip
ulated that tho purchaser was "to have
four years to take off said oak tim
ber," and was to tako it clean, and
nothing was said of a forfeiture, tho
Supremo Court of Indiana held (Hal
stead vs. Jcssup) that tho purchaser's
falluro to removo the timber within
four years did not forfeit his right to
It. Tho court based Its decision on
the ground that the law does not favor
forfeitures, and will not enforce them
In tho absence of clearly stated con
ditions of forfeiture.
During tho courso of tho discussion
which recently took place In the French
senate on the subject of tho sugar du
ties in that country, some Interesting
figures wero quoted showing tho prog
ress of tho sugar industry In tho three
sugar producing countries, Germany,
Franco and Austria. During thu year
1874-7G Franco produced 450,000 tons of
sugar, Germany "50,000 tons nnd Aus
tria 10C.O00 tons, whllo twenty years
later Franco fell to tho third rank, and
Germany produced 1,831.000 tons, Aus
tria 1,OIG,000 and Franco 745,000 tons.
In 1873 Franco exported 200,000 tons
of sugar, Austria C 1,000 nnd Germany
21,000, while In 1895 Germany exported
1,000,000 tons, Austria 000,000 nnd
Franco 18S.000 tons. Tho consumption
In Franco In 1S95 amounted to 433,000
tonB and In Germany to DD2,000 tons.
Tho total bounty granted In Franco on
the manufacture of sugar amounted In
1884.85 to 1,012,000 nnd in 189C to
2,302,000. Tho quantity of sugar
consumed per head of tho population in
Germany, Franco nnd Austria nnnnct
ed respectively to 2C.7, 27.8 and 16.5
f -r JL
In the last four years, according t
Consul Dickey, at C.illao, only ono car
go of wheat has been sent from tin
United States to Peru. Tho reasoi
why he Is not able to explain, but s.iyi
that the cargo referred to wentfrou
San Francisco in October last year
"The total Import of Chilian wheat late
Peru during the year 1897." bays tin
consul's report, "amounted to 22,013,
723 kilograms (49,851,213 pounds)
Thcso figures show that Chill tsuppllei
tho Peruvian markets with wheat am
Hour. Hut why Chill and not tho I'nlt
ed States should supply tho Peruvlai
markets when our products aro far su
perlor to those of Chill 1 do not know
unless it Is due to the very low frelghti
charged by sailing vessels carrylni
wheat from Chill, which 1 am told an
only 4 soles (J 1.09) a ton." Tho con
Hill thinks thnt the first thing to hi
done- by the United States to gain tin
trade of Peru and of other countries oi
the Pacific coast of South and Centra
America is to establish a fast lino o
ttcamcra from Snn Francisco. This
combined with the present lines plylnj
between New York and the west coaB
or South America, would greatly hell
the United States in regaining tin
vast trado that the onco had with thli
"Ah, they are ringing bells to-day,'
said Wnlpole, the famous English
statesman, when war had been declar
ed between England and Spain. "The)
will soon be wringing their hands.'
War means now what It meant when
Wnlpolo spoko a wringing of hands
for those who will not loturn.
When Hlaneo learns that a regiment
of wild Indians from the Ntw Yorl!
block exchange Is headed townid Culv
tbo poo: man will tlnow up his haiult
In despair. Wall street Is alwayt
equipped to "do" anybody or anything
"I charge thee, lllng away ambition;
by that sin fell tho angels," (.aid Car
dinal Wolsey, but It is probable that
tbo Chicago man who tried to stenl i
cash register inner had heard of the
advice. Otherwise, possibly he woulc
have been satisfied with a pocketbool
or a wiuch or boniethlng of thnt sort,
nnd would not now bo languishing in
Many an elopement would be nipped
in the bud If girls would but stop to
consider that under such circumstances
ther receUe no wedding presents.
1 KSKMM l " 1 -k. '"
TWO SPANISH MEN OF WAR ARE SONK
Great Naval Battle Fought Near
THE STAHS AND STRIPES STILL FLOIT OVER UNCLE SIM'S SHIPS
"Sorious, But Honorable" is tho Way Tho Spanish Min
ister of War Speaks of Their Losses.
Madrid, May 1. Following is ofllclnl
dispatch from Governor General of
Philippines to tho Minister of Wnr,
Corca, as to tho engagement off Manila.
"Last night, April 30, tho batteries
at tho entrance to tho Fort, nnnounecil
the arrival of tbo enemy forcing pass
age under tho obscurity of night. At
daybreak thu enemy took up positions
opening with a htrong flro against
Fort Cavetc nnd nrhonnl.
"Our llect engaged the enemy in
brilliant combat, protected by Cavetc
nnd Manilla Forts. They obliged the
enemy with heavy loss to manoeuver
repeatedly. At nine o'clock tho Ameri
cans took lefugo behind foreign mer
chant shipping on east hide of thu bay.
"Our licet, considering the enemy's
Mipcrlorlty, naturally Buffered severe
loss. Maria Christiana Is on lire nnd
another ship, believed to bo the Don
.loan le Austria, was blown up aud
sank In thu bay.
"There was considerable loss of life.
Captain Cadardo, commanding Maria
Christiana, is among those killed. I
cannot now give further details. Spirit
of army, and navy is excellent.
Madrid, May 1. The Don .In tin Do
Austria was suverely dnmaged and her
commander was killed. Another Span
tfrrr7n W ii ii JilMF1 i " Tm
11 i , L I " r.rfftliSW'W
ish vessel was burned. The American
squndron retired, having also sustain
ed severe damages. A second navnl
engagement followed, In which the
American squadron again suffered con
fttdcinhle loss and the Spanish warships
Mludnno uuJ Ulloa weru slightly dam
aged. Madrid, via Paris, Muy 1. French
Minister of Marine received dispatch
that thu American licet was obliged to
retreat after a terrible engngement
Spaulsh loss heavy. American ships
I.lbson, May 1. It is reported here
that yesterday the American squadron
at the Philippines was defeated and
lost live ships. Tho report is as yet
unconfirmed. It originated In a tele
gram lecclvcd by tho ngent of the
Madrid, May 1. Oisputchcs received
from Madrid .states that serious light.
Ing has occurred oil' Cavite, Philippine
London, May 1. Special dispatches
from Madrid this morning says Span
iards fought splendidly, sailors refus
ing to leave hiiruingund sinking ship.
Captain of l.elna Chilsthuni went down
with the vessel.
Madrid, May 1. Midnight. -According
to late olllclnl telegtuin Spanish
cruiser Cast Ilia was also burned.
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COM. DEWEY'S FLAGSHIP, THE
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Madrid. May, 1. Midnight. - El
llcrnldo says Montejo hns chnnged his
llngshlp during engagement, or be
tween the two encounters, the bettor to
direct tho maneuvers. Thus he escap
ed tho fate of thu Christiana's com
mander. Madrid, May, 1. Hlaneo cables that
American warships am blockading
Clenfuegos captured Spanish merehnnt
steamer. A colonel, six ollleers and
three non-commissioned ollleers weio
hold ns prisoners. Civilian passengers
Mndrid, May, 1. Midnight Tho
second engagement was apparently be
gun by thu Americans, after landing
their wounded on tho west side of tho
Madrid, May 1. Midnight. Cabinet
Minister speaks of "torious but honor
Madrid, May 1. Midnight. An ofll
clnl telegram received nt a late hour
from thu govenor general of tho Philip
"Admiral Montejo has transferred
hts Hag to the cruiser Isla Do Cuba from
the cruiser Ueina Maria Christiana.
The Kciiia Maria 1'hrlstlami was com
pletely burned, ns was also the Cnstll
la, tho other ships having to retire
from thu combat aud some being sunk
to avoid their falling into thu hands of
lilbson. May I. 11 p. in Kcllnble
news received here that Spanish fleet
was completely defeated olT Cavetc.
Madrid. May 1 The Spanish warships
Mindanao and I'IIiiii were .slightly dam
aged. During tills engagement the
Cavite forts maintained n .steadier and
stronger lire upon the American squad
ron than in the first engagement.
Admiral Itennejo, the minister of
marine, has expressed himself as high
ly pleased with the heroism of the
Spanish lunriiics, and has telegraphed
congratulations to Admiral Montejo
and the valorous crews of the Spanish
squadron under flro of superior war
London, May 1. Midnight Thu
second section of the Madrid dispatch
reporting the engagement oil' Manila
bay has just been received here. It
shows that there was serious lighting
Admiral llermejo, according to the
dispatch, has wired congratulations to
the Spanish navy on the behaviour of
the warships against superior forces.
Washington, May 1. Washington is
rejoiced tonight. Not since the (lark
days of the great civil eonllict of ti
third of u century ago have the people
of this city been so profoundly moved
by war news as they were this evening.
Loudon, May 'J. Dispatches from
.Madrid dated 2:20 n. m. says the city is
now tranquil, although thu mounted
guards are patrolling all the main
streets. At the theaters, cafes and in
front of newspaper olllccs last evening,
the people loudly lamented the tin pre
paredness of Manila to resist the Amer
ican warships, whose attack ha" long
been iwpectcd. The Madrid author!
ties are determined to vigorously sup
press nil street demonstrations.
Hi Bf wm
THE FORTS AT MATANZAS
SPANISH GUNS SILENCED.
Vot Ono American Injured Dtinncn to
file ttnil Foroos TliuiiRlit to II Con-
lilcrnlito Our Fleet Shot to
Stop Worh on llitrlior Fortl-
llcntliiiin llrnvjr Flrlnc
l7 the Itln Ships.
Key Wi:st, April 20. The Now
York, the Puritan and tho Cincinnati
bombarded tho forts at tho mouth of
Mntanns harbor yesterday afternoon.
Thoro "-ero no casualties on otlr
Bide, but It is believed Hint the hall of
Iron which pounded In tho forts must
havo caused loss of life to tho Span
iards, though nothing Is known defin
itely. Tho engagement commonced at!3;!i?
and censed at 1:15. Tho object of tho
attack was to pruvent tho completion
of tho earthworks at Punta Oorda.
A battery on tho eastward arm of
tho bay opened flro on tho llngshlp
and this was also shelled.
About twelve eight-Inch shells wcro
fired from the eastern forts, but all
fell short. About five or sl.s light
shells were fired from tho half com
pleted battery. Two of these whizzed
over the Xew York and ono full short.
Tho ships left the bay for thu open
sen, tho object of discovering the
wherenbouts of tho batteries having
In tho neighborhood of 101 shots
wero put on lnnd from the three ships,
nt a raugu of from 1,000 to 7,000 yards.
Hear Admiral Sampson, when nsked
If ho was satisfied with tho result,
said: "Yes, I am. 1 expected to be."
Tho half completed Spanish earth
work? and battery were apparently
blown up by the shells.
All tliu slilpj engaged showed ex
cellent mnrksmniishlp throughout the
engagement nnd when they were
firing nt tho shortest range nearly
every shell look effect. Tho forts
which were bombarded were on a low
lying point and wero considered
They did not mako a good tnrget,
yet when tho big guns wero fired at
tho shortest rangu portions of the
fort could be seen Hying In tho air at
Tho llngshlp returned to Havana
and tho Puritan and Cincinnati were
left on Mntnu.as station.
DECLARATION OF WAR.
IllB i'lirinnl Document ii I'.tuned j
Iho Aiiiorlcuu Cougrr..
"A bill declaring that war exists be
tween tho I'nited States of America
and thu kingdom of ip.iln.
"Ho It enacted, Ftr-.t, that tho war
bo and the same is hereby declared to
exist and that war lias existed since
tho 21st day of April, A. 1)., ls'is, in
eluding said day, between tho United
States of America ami the kingdom of
"Second, that the President of tho
United States ba and hu Is hereby di
rected aud empowered to uso the en
tire land aud naval forces of the
United States anil to call into actual
service of the I'nited Slates the militia
of the several states, to such no ex
tent ns may bo necessary to carry this
net Into elVeet."
McotMi:int Itnnim, V, s. A,, rrrpnrlnic
fur I. milling Our Iroopi In Culm
Kingston, .lamalen, April 2S. First
Lieutenant Andi-uw S ltowan, of tho
Nineteenth infantry, tinder orders
from tho war department, was lauded
on the Cuban coast soiuswhere west
of Santiago probably before dawn on
Monday. His Cuban guides and nn
open sailboat wero used. Tho guides
have not returned.
Lieutenant Kowau Is on his way to
tho camp of licneral C'alixto t tarda.
He will represent tho war department
in arranging for tho co-operation of
thu Insurgents in thu invasion of Hast
era Cuba by the forces of thu United
States. The time and place of Invas
ion will bo controlled by events nnd
the character of Lieutenant Kou mi's
WHAT IS FRANCeTuP TO?
Ihitlnrlnt Arn lln-ctt-d m;d Wurjlilpt
Miitiltlred fur Active snrvlco.
Paiiis, April 110. Tlie Paris Auroro
announces to-ilny that extraordinary
activity prevails In naval and military
circles throughout France. At llrest
there is much comment upon tho fact
thnt worl; at thu nraonal continues
until ii late hour every night nnd tho
workmen are employed all day Sun
days. Large order. for war materials
of all sorts havo been placed and all
the coast batteries havo been supplied
with provisions and munitions sulll
dent for several months.
It Is also iitinounucil that fresh bat
teries havo been erected nt I'shaut,
that all tho French warships recently
niolilllzeil are kept in lighting trim
anil ready for sea at a moment's notice
and that tho reserves havo been noti
fied to expect a call for active service.
To I'.tikliiliio Viitiiutt'i'ri.
Washington, April 30 Secretary
Alger has designated tho following
medical ollleers to examluo volunteer
troops ns to their physical qualifica
tions for tho survice: Major .lohn M.
ltonlster, surgeon, Kansas; Captain .1.
I), Olennati, first surgeon, and Cap
tain U n. i-.win, assistant surgeon,
Alllirliulu tti lie llspellt-il.
London, April 3j. A dispatch from
Madrid says the Spanish government
is upon tho point of expelling all citi
zens of thu United Stnteo from Spain.
Irlili llrlc.i'tn Ottered
New Yoiik, April :i) A letter has
been sent tu President MelCiuloy by
William Lymaii, president of thu Irish
National Alliance, offering to form nn
Irish brigade to assist tbo United
States In tho v.ar with Spain.
lliiuh. Itenily to Kiilnrrlha.
Wabiiixotov, April 30. The banlcs
of tlie United States, especially in tho
West, aro said at thu treasury depart
ment to bo preparing to subscribe
largely to the expected Issue of gov
ernment 3 per cent bonds
TO GO AFTER PRIZES.
Ooenn Greyhound Pitied Oat to liar
rii FpnUh Merchantmen.
Wasiii.noio:i, April 30. It Is entire
ly possible that tho operations of
tho American fleet In Cuban waters
In the matter of selling Spanish ves
sels ns pri.as will be soon
completely eclipsed by tho per
formance of the swift ocean groy
hounds recently purchosed by tho
government from tho American
line. Thcso vessels, St Louis nnd St.
Pnul and Harvard, hnvo been fitted
with armor protection ovor nil tholr
exposed machinery nnd havo already
received goo 1 batteries.
No ofllclal statement can bo secured
as to tho destination of thcso splen
did auxiliary cruisers, but it is
rumored that they nro to head direct
ly for tho coast of Spain, where they
will Ho in wait for thu Spanish prkes.
Unless the small observation forco
of tho Spanish in thu Mcditcrrnuean,
composed of torpedo bonts and de
stroyers, Is reinforced before tho lin
ers rencli those waters they aro likely
to fall easy victims to tho gunners ol
IMght l.urjjo Tr.iiuport Chnrlered to
Lnnd Trnnpt In I'ubn.
Wasiii.noto.n, April :0. A striking
sign of the imminence of tho invasion
of Cuba wns contained In tho char
tering yesterday by the war depart
ment of eight large steamers of an
average capacity of S,O0U tons, nnd
nbto to carry from .100 to ".,200 passen
gers each. These aro to bu used as
transports for tho conveyance of the
first military expedition to Cuba. Tho
names of the boats are the Olivette
and tlie Florida, of tho Plant line, now
in tho Ciilf; the Southern Pacific Co.'s
steamer Aransas, the New York &
Texas company's vessels Comal, now
nt New York, nnd Malamo, now en
route to thu (.lulf, and three fine ships
of the llostou Merchants nnd Miners'
line, in Baltimore, tho Allegheny, the
Berkshire nnd the Decatur Miller.
The price paid for thcso vessels Is from
S10.000 to SI.I.OIO for the thirty dnyo
for which thuy are engaged.
NAVY DEPARTMENT VIEWS
llcllnten tho Spmlili Meet Will Nt-it lie
tlear.l Prom nt the Citimrloi.
Washimito.v, April M. The navy
department received the news tills
morning of the stilling of tho St.
Vincent, Capu Vorde, Spanish fleet
nnd when additional information
came that Portugal at Inst had pro
claimed neutrality there were many
expressions of satisfaction amone; tlie
officials. The statement thnt the ves
sels when leaving St Vincent wero
headed in a southerly direction is val
ueless us an indication as to the real
course of tho llect.
The majority of tlie naval ollleers
hero feel confident that the Spanish
fleet will next appear at the Canary
Islands. hat most concerns tho
nnvy ollleers just mijv is how to learn
when tliu licet does arrive there. The
cable to thu Canaries being in Spanish
hnnds, tlie arrival of the fleet would
be kept secret
FOREIGNERS ARE KICKING.
Object In tlin Ineri'iMel Tminnso In tho
Vlttr ICi'Wiuio Itlll.
Washington, April 30. Foreign
governments, through their represent
atives in Washington, are beginning
to show much concern over tho fen
tureof thu war tarilf bill, now boforo
Congress, which increases the tonnage
tax on trans-Atlantic shipping to 20
cents per ton It U said this increase
is abou I 003 per cent, tlie present rate
being about 3 cents per ton, and that
nearly the entiru burden of the i00
per cent Increase falls upon the trans
Atlantic shipping of (treat Britain,
Germany, Franco and one or two
other coiuinero-iil nations.
In other ivspjcts the war tarilT bill
attracts little attention in foreign
quarters r.s the matn increase of taxa
tion is on articles of domestic con
sumption, while duties on foreign iin.
ports remain practically unchanged.
Another tiirtory llliitvu L'p, IhU limn
itt Dover, N. .1.
K.vsroN, Pa . April III. The town of
Dover, in Morris county, N. .1., and
thu country within n radius of twenty
miles, was startled yesterday after
noon by a series of terrllllc explosions,
the first of which occurred nt 2:10
o'doc1.;. Tlie explosions occurred in
the Atlantic Powder Company's works,
and the plant is now u mass of ruins.
Six workmen wcro killed and four
others wero seriously Injured, somo
probably fatally. The remains of the
dead havu not, yet been recovered.
The dead are: Alfred Karlck, William
Stuuipf, Casper Hay, David Sohcer,
William Haycock and Hllas Abers.
All tho killed wero married and leave
Oppnuftd to Cninp Cuiitoent.
Ciik'aiio, April .10. Tho general of
ficers of the National W. C. T. U.
have sent u petition to President Me
Kinley and General Miles, requesting
tho prohibition of thu establishment
of canteens in camp.
IICTlllll.il MIH lilllllll'K OtTlT,
W.siii.Noro.v, April 30. 'resident
MeKinley to-day wrote Miss Helen
tiould a letter saying that ho did not
have the power to accept her patriotic
oiler tu glvo SIO0.0OJ to the govern
ment. That power is invested in
Ilii, ,M K inn I'ri".-.
SlNO Sixo. April 30. John V Me
Kane v as releasud from prison to-day,
after having served four yours nnd
two months for violating the election
laws at Coiwy Island
.Mjilrnl Itiilii-uliM (iiir riimt.
M.iiiMi, April 10 There hnvo beer
no dWturbaneoi hv-'re, and tho news
paper continue their efforts to belli
tie the l' lilted .State fleet and its
work. Tho lmpnreial says: "All tho
world now knows that America tried
to bluff Spain by war threats which
she lsuuable to' fuldll. America, on
being called, shows a wretchedly
weak hand. Its real strength is ex
actly known five ironclads, two
belted cruisers, three unbelted, tho
fastest aud most powerful crulsors,
nnd iwelvo other cruisers. All the
rest nro Iheatr.cal supjri"
And Not Experiments, Should bs
Your Aim In Buying Modlclno.
Let others experiment! you should be
Kulded by experience. Fxperimcnts nro
uncertain in result; experience Is sure.
Experiments msy do you harm; experi
ence proves that Hood's Sarraparllls will
doyou wonderful good. Thousands clsdly
tell what Hood's hat done for them. They
want you to know aud they urge you to
try it. That Is w hct Is meant by tho vast
number of testimonials nrlttcn in behalf
of Hood's Sarsaparllla. They glvo the re
sults of experience and prove that
Is America's Orcatest Medicine. 8nM by all
druggists. St j six for f. (let only HimmI's.
rlOOU S flllS tlit. All UniRBlsts. lie
We become so accustomed ti the
loafing of some peoplu that we never
expect them to work.
The people never get at the sense of
n subject until it lias been discussed at
least two years.
Don't Tobicco Spit and SmoVe Tour tile Ay.
To quit tnbnrco easily nnJ former, lip mnR
netlc, full of life, ncrvo inul lir, Inko No-To-llnc,
the waiulcr-workcr, tti.it tuuKvsucuk tin n
tarotiu AllilriiRRlols, !k: ortl Curotmnron
tied lloolilet inul Mimplo free. AddrvtM
btcrllnif HeiiiPdy Co flileimo or Now York.
Hiinkchow, China, is to have a cot
Since tho rilvovrrv nnd Introduction of
Ilr. Miirr.'U'K TlKIUINA flei'tlilnir Tuuder)
ttiiMli'.uli rale of .mull children has la Krly
decreased TrKtlllNA Aids Illccfttluti ICeitU
latc tbo bowels ntiil makes tct-lhtiu coy.
When u woman ndmlts she is wrong,
it is to the Lord only never to her
onicTde Tlrrt. M'O i nlr. wrrntr1. Tint, yr'
rrnl-, 1M) nlr. r.re preul. Anenlt
filmed. .Mlucrlltcl Uulibcr Co.. New urlt.
Ill politics, a lot of things happen
and a lot of fellows claim the credit.
Itt-ml the Ailierlliieiiii-iitit.
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reading tlie advertisements; they will
nllord a most interesting study and
some excellent bargains. Our adver
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li. II. M1.MII C'IC'l.i: CO., CIllC.KiO.
'.Tljr tvlfc had plruplra un lit-r fare, but
she hus been ukliitr UASl'AUKTS and iticy
h:ive all disappeared. I h.id been troubled
with constitution for some time, but nfter Ink
Inir tho Ilrnt Cnicurct I lmo had no trnublo
ith this ailment. Wo cannot BpcnW too high
ly of f'nscarcls " I'iieu Waiituan,
67Ud Uormaatono Ave., Philadelphia, Pa
TRAD! IAOK BCOIiTTRIO
ripant. I'alatabli-, 1'olrut. Taut fiooij, Do
OuoO, NororSlckun, S t-akvn or irli 10c "Xic.Ux:.
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
Il.rllaf n.mtij lonpiaj, I kit ,., U.i.trr.1, kf Varl. ?1(
THE FRAUD EN.I0.NED
Itrport of Decree TImi Fniuonit WnO,
OUO 'l'mile-iiiurU 'inii lli-rlilisl-C. F.
Mininoiin .lfillrlii Compiinr, Nt.
I.i.uls. Ii-ff-iilt J. II. Zelllii A Co.,
(From M. I-uli HeriiMlc. July 4, 1TO.)
" Tho Hurreroo Court nt Tcnnciim on Juno 30 te
cl lei I he tnott Imi3rtant IraJ.inmri raio tlmt ha.
trer bo n tllcl In that htato an J ono of Iho latent
eTcr trl-l In tho I'nlon. afllrmtnc and cntarulntf tho
opinion of thu court telow. Tbo court ho'l;
1. That Dr. 11. A. Klmmonn, tho prv.hcriaor of
complainant, by ctttn.lro ailrcrlltloi; o( hL rele
bratol remedy known a. " Rlmmona Lirer Medl
cine.' savl. It a itAndard remedy for llrcr dlteaic.
Iodz wl r to the ocqulilUon by J. II. 2cllia It Co. ct
V. Thnt tho oiilimor of J. II. Z'tltn & Co., thronth
ithfttn they claimed thorlKhtto r.iakolhofraudu'.trt
;iackaetenjiilnelnever dorlred any tlttofron A Q.
tfimmoit to inako tho medlclno nor to uto hi. namo
or picture, and that audi u.o by Zellln & Co. u a
frau 1 ujon t'ia public, and if thcrcforo cnjolrrth
S. Thai .eillo & Co. purixi.ely, fraudulonlly la
beled their medlclno In Imitation of comi lalnr.sl'a
medlclno to unfairly appropriato tho trado f f tho
Hinimon. Medicine Company, and Iho cxocuUoQof
thl. fraudulent purpoto and act U enjoined.
4. Enolned Zellia ft Co. from u.inir their com
petitor', trade-name, trade-mark., or .jmboli, tr
imlution. thereof, to decrlre Iho publla and unfairly
appropriate lo tbem.elret thu trade of tho C. I',
bimnion. Medicine Co.
o. Kn)oine.t .ellln & Co., from decetrlni? a-d
practicinir a fraud upon tho publio by labeling their
packase. in Imitation of the "rapper, and trade
mark, of the coinplalnaut.
0, Knj.lned Zellln ft Co. from tho manufacture
and laleot the medli ln under tho namo if "Him
non. hirer Medicine." or "Iir. Kirsmon. Liter
Medicine," or " Lifer Medlclno by A. Q.Simmon.,"
and from inir the plcuro ct A. Q. blmmon. In
1, Krijoined Zcilln ft Co., tbelr anhrnrct, eeesti
and emtlore. from dccelrlsir and irocticlua fra d
upon tho publio by the .ale of packairo. thu. falsely
labeled either uwn order, or call, fur tbo ccnulso
"Simmon. Liter Medicine " i-f complalcict, cr
la ant packazo thu. falicly labelftl.
8. The court .tated that Itwa. Iho purpose of tba
court to entirely destroy tho fraudulently labelid
packase. aboTOdc.cribo I, and cauco tlnir remnrat
from ihonaiket.anlorderl Zollln & Co. to d lirir
to the cleik to ko destroeixl, all cuts, die, electro
type., enitrarlngt and other paraiihcrr.alii ued In
Imprestlmr either of the aboro aamcjor tbo plctum
ct A. (J. blnmor.. r
9. Jecreed that Zcilln fc Co. pay all tho damajr.
irhicb ba e accrued to complainant by Iho ralo id
Iheiofriululently labeled poetic. Tbo damage,
jlalmed by comtiulnant were J-JI.U 0,
10. Decreed that Z.ilin tc Co. par all the costs,
bleb amount to sereral thousand dot lara, iho record
DolnKoouof the lx"E3.t crcr tllod i3 Urn Suprimo
A. a rulo. "cheap nedlclne" I. Inort.rrorthless, or
Janit-erous. In loilln&Co.'aan.ivcr toour billlbey
said tho pickairea enjoined veredeslfnodn.'Mie.p
oegro medicino for do ncuroo. if tho Mit.u. pit
Valler," Now, a.i'.olllnft L'o.'i adrertiKmtnl.iay,
lad their manarer more, that kit tho llrcr mulUUo
Mhkb they mako I. rudo by tbo tame formula, is I' is
not concUseooTllenco fr in I'air.worn testimony
and aliortisomc-ils. that all tholucrmediciroem.n
.Unix from them f. -Cheap NeitroModicine''" tyut.
tlom Do the ciclc of America datiro "Cheap Kecro
Medicluo?" I-ct tbo afdiktod aniwir hf Iheir
future punbasis. Dr. M. A. tllmmons Liter
Mell-ino, estibll.bed in 1MI. I. net "cho-v medi
cine." alt I. 'no cure all," and I. only lecom
tntn Je.ior tho.o Isdlipo.lU on J caused by lulKUtlt
at the III r.
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