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THE DAILY DEMOCRAT1
Edw. S. Harier Fred W. Gajer'
Editors and Managers. '
THE A.KHOX DEMOCRAT COMPANY
Democrat Block. Xos. 1S5 and 1S7 Mnin st. Egyptians, Turks following us everv
uosa DISTANCE WIOXE 1C. 1-. 1
OFFICK1I3 AND DIRECTORS.
President JAMES V. "Wki-sii
Kked vt. Gayei:
Treasurer wiixiax i.sah ikb
KiiV.h. HAKTF.R jso.MoNaai:a
Kd. H. 1r La Court.
Kntetwl at thuPostomcent Akron, Ohio, n-'
Kecond-ciass Mall Matter. i
f? CENTS A WEEK p cranes .standing on one foot., a cara- lnourn iumutual lo-s; he it further
Bv Mall $2.30 - - - Ji.55 ror-Six Month ! van of camels with their masters Hesilved. That a a -mark of re
... .. -'.resting in the sun. Very often we ! sl,wt ."r liaer be aped in (
urriciai r aucr oi trie uiiy oi
TO 7FI FPHflNP THE DEMOCRAT CALL t
TTE.SDAY, MAY 2
VCI.I SAM linill D1IK1I1 i'.r.-1 ","'
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yesterday-just one year after j
Dewey's great vieicry at Manila. 1 1
isn't often that a victor is so generous
to the vanquished.
Uxci.k John .Siikumax. wlio was
renorted dead in more ways than
ago, is so very iniicli alive just now
that he is being mentioned as a pros-
nentivM eandidate for the Jienubliean .
1 . . , ,. , ,. 1
nomination for Coventor.
l'l)t'M'll.MAX SOKKICK. Second
ward, was the only Republican last
night having the political independ
ence to vote for the ordinance doing
away with the superflous office of
Superintendent of Streets. Accord
ing to the estimate of Mr. Paul, who
prepared the ordinance, the taxpay
ers will be save $2,000 a year by the
abolition of the office, while the
benefits they now derive from the
street department will not be cur
tailed in the least. A worthy desire
to help save the "taxpayers money,
was the sole consideration that
prompted Mr. Sorrick to join with
his Democratic colleagues in voting
for the ordinance. The Dkmockat
is glad to note that one Republican
Councilman, at least, has the cour
age to vote against the politicians in
control of his party's Machine when
their selfish behests are counter the
best interests of the people.
Tin: unanimous vote of the seven
Democratic Councilmen in support
of the ordinance to do away with the
needless office of Superintendent of
Streets, was a token that those
Councilmen cannot be bluffed by
agents of the local Republican
Machine into repudiating their
pledges of economy. As- the Dkm
ockat remarked several days ago,
Akron's Democratic Connciliiien are
not taking their advice just now from
the organ of the Dobson faction of
the local Republican party, the same
organ that slandered and - abused
them in the last campaign. The
Democratic Councilmen are deter
mined to do what is right in the
interests of the citizens, and some
1 thing more than the spiteful
opposition of an organ that long
since forfeited all of the scant
re'spect and confidence of the people
it ever had will be necessary to
checkmate them iu their laudable
It should iiot be forgotten that any
one troubled with rheumatism can
get prompt relief from pain by ap
plying Chamberlain's I'ain Halm.
The quick relief it allords is alone
worth many times its cost, 25 cents.
Then if its use is continued for a
short time- it is almost certain to
effect a euro. Forsalo by all druggists.
Continued from first page.
and foreign it all is. We had a de
lightful lunch and wandered among
the bazaars and then came back
with the usual attendants.''
"Dear Oxks: The red sea has been
most uneventful, ft isjustas.blueas
the ocean, but, tiie Arab pilot explain
ed to me iu most reinark.'ibleEnglish
that near the shore the rocks make
it look red. We are well down near
the end and we hope to pass out and
reacli Aden tomorrow. The present
plan i to stop at Aden only long
enough to dismiss our pilot and sail
for Colombo, Ceylon, where we are
to go ashore.
"We have- found genuine hot
weather. Luckily we haven't much
to do in hospital and we spend much
of our time on deck where thi-re is
always a cool breeze.
Twill get tin's r'eaily tosend ashore
with the pilot, at Aden-for it will
probably be -a week before there is
another chance to send a letter."'
March 18, hm.
"Dimk Pi:oi'i.i:: We spent St.
Patrick's Day at the city of Suez, a
very ancient town, the starting place,
for caravans from time iiimiciv.:;rial.
It was the first native town under
native rule. We saw Arabs sleep
ing in the son, donkeys, beggars.
Are gaining fovnr niiw'Ir.
" Buiiness men and travel-
ier, ? them j,i vest
pocket, ladies carry them
iu pur.e.. hoi.efceepers keep tliem in medicine,
-lose!., friend, recommend thefti to frl-ndi. J5c
We enjoyed coining throimli the
much. It i about 8 .
, . , .. r ,
iniiles long a.id our quarti-rnia-ster h8 nearest; thereforebe.tr
I . iJpM.lved That in this. -nl 1i.t.-iv.-
i -ill tli English almiit $li..Vvi for' oiai, I nat in tin-s.m nut.t...-
., , .., , ,,- melit wo tender to the friends and
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saw iniieh sand. ome thousand of .
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saw an Arab put oh" his
and make profound obeisance to the
Ei,st- JJ',V times a day the Moslem j
does this wit b an
disregard of ,
"We have seen very little hot
. weather as yet. When we went into
iSuez vesterdav morning, it was
reallv hot. I wore a white waist and
skirt. We saw roses in bloom j
1 " "as much amazed when in one j
of the cafes 've were having ai
drink.' J said to the American con-
Mil, 'Don't you have ice here?' lie j
replied, 'Yes, but not hi-the wilt-
-We are in'the Hed sea today and .
i.OIIKI ste.nolllll .-slliai
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and although I have on .a shirt waist, ,
1 find my golf cape thrown around
111V shoulders very colllfoit.lble. '
'We have a .aieer Arab pilot on
the bridge wearing a blue cambric j
night gown and a silk turban. .
"We have a number of deserters'
from the Knglish army on board.
Our men are feeding them and have
lent them clothes. The officers have
found three and it is known that
there are ii number more.
"Last night at Malta, our soldiers
were not allowed at shore, but the
British red coats came aboard and
exchanged clothes with them. As a
eonsetueiiee. some of our men are
floating around in Malta and our of
ficers are searching for Knglish sol
diers. "We are told that it will take us
four and a half or five days to reach
Aden and it is not decided whether
we'll stop there, but there will no
doubt be an opportunity to .-end let
ters, ashore and 1 mean to seal this
so that it will be ready.
"I. shall soon have a triinkful or
odds and ends from different places.
Some of our party left us at .Port
Said, going to Cairo and the Pyra
mids, and coming by rail to join us
at Suez. One of the officers brought
me a piece of the Pyramid of .'e
crops, which 1 ain just now carrying
iu my pocket.
"I picked up a few stamps at Port
Said, probably of no value, but 1 will
send them a few at a time.
"Jt is hard work to write letters.
When we are not busy in the hospi
tal we sit 011 deck in very lazy
"We were much amazed at Port
Said. The beggars followed us in
droves, and one of them in most in-j
sinuating fashion .cal.en after
Mrs. Langtrey, please give me
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.U..1.,- .11.11, UIIS. l.lldllg. Uegilll IU
hail me as 'Mrs. Cornwallis West."
"A- ,;,.! 1 . CORPORATIOX, Kondout, X. Y..
"1m can t know how nice it is toaml )iu.nu0ir this paper. They will
find the home letters. At Cibralter
the letters came 011 as soon as we
anchored and at Port Said .laney's
letter was dropped over my shoulder
while I was at breakfast and before 1
realized that we had stopped.
".lust think, tomorrow it will be
four weeks since we left Xew York
and we are not yet quite half way."
jtJfcappy JTf other s
ILKTTF.H TO UKS. flNKHAU SO. 26,785
" DkarMks. 1'iXKUAM I have many,
many tliunks to give you for what your
Vegetable Compound has done for me.
After firbt confinement I was sick for
nine years with prolapsus of the womb.
had pain in left side, in small of back, .
a great deal of headache, palpitation j
of heart and leucorrhwa. I felt so i
weak and tired that I could not do my j
work. I became pregnant again and '
took your Compound all through, and
now have a sweet baby girl. I never
before had such an easy time during
labors, and I feel it was due to Lydia
E. I'inkham's Vegetable Compound. I
am now ableto do my work and feel
better than 1 have for years. I cannot
thank you enough." Mns. Ed. Eii
lingeh, Devink, Tkx.
"I have been takiug Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound, Dlood
Purifier and Liver Pills and feel won
derfully strengthened. Before using
your re'medies I was in a terrible state;
felt like fainting every little while. I
thought I must surely die. But now,
tkanks to your remedies, those feel
ing, are all gone." Mns. KmrjE
Scuxe.'dkr, 1244 IIklej; Avk., Dethoix
Resolutions of Respect.
At :i regular meeting of Division"!
"o. .S A. A of S. B. E. of A., the fol- '
lowing resolutions of respect were
adopted : i
Whereas, Almighty t.'od iu His in- ,
linate wisdom, has .-ecu fit to call j
.from our midst our beloved brother '
and fellow worker. Kmory Moore, j
Whereas, In view of the lu. we
have sustained in the decease of our
late brotlier and the much greater I
loss sustained by those to whom he i
relatives tiie sincere sympathy and ,
friei..hip 0f our order, and will'
!,, le ,,. resolutions be spread
,, tile minutes.a copy of the same
m"iiiimis i,i i;ui.ruii,
be published in the local papers, and
copy be sent to thcfainily of the!
F. K. WK1.TO.V
W. Oasky. Committee.
. II. C'AKc;oriii.
i:tiin-i v"; Jiuiiuiri tyuiiun itwuu iii i
'"" V"?;-" of Ci'larrii Unit ranmn I..- .iiml l.y
Hull -Cntnrrli Cur.-.
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Prop., Tol.tlo. O.
V'. the tinlItr.iijntHl. have know n J. I'.
Cheney forth.' ln-t !" jeiir. anil ln!Hee i
''" perfectly lioiioraiiie in nil lnin-.s
trnnaftionsimd llnaneially able t. carry
T.0.0. KISXAX iV. MAKVi.v.
t-. Toledo. O:
Hall's Catarrh Cure N taken internally.
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Hi.UN family Pills are the lw-t.
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P-mcori tho rtoalh nf Jamnol MurJ
nhv Sent Home.
The body of Samuel Murphy, whose
mangled remains were found in the
Valley railroad yards Saturday night
were sent to the home of a brother in
Utica. . Y., Monday afternoon.
Murphy's companion, an unknown
tramp, who was held as a witness,
has been discharged. Death was
due to accidental causes.
Try Allen's Foot-Ease.
A powder tu he shnkuu Into the -hoe. At
thH season your feet feci swollen, nervous
tindhot. and get tired eusily. if you have
smarting feet or tight shoot, try Allen's
Koot-Ka-e. It cools the feet mul makes
wnlklnjieusy. Cures swollen aad sweating
feet, blisters nnd callous spots. Relievos
corns nnd ljunlons of nil pain mid gives rest
mul comfort. Try It today, bold by nil
druggists nnd shoe stores for 25c. Trial
package KKKB. Address,AlIii8.0lmsteuil
Le Roy, X. Y. 2
Hottest April Day.
Sunday was the wannest April day
experienced in Akron since the es
tablishment of a weather bureau in
this city. The thermometer at 2
o'clock stood at S7degrees. The av
erage for the 111011th was SO. I degrees.
This has been exceeded- several
00 IT YOURSELF.
, It is easy to tell whether your.Kid
neys are deceased. Take a bottle
or glass tumbWandfill it with.urinc.
If there is a sediment a powder-like
substance after standing a day and
night, there is something wrong with
the Kidneys. Other sure signs of
disease are a desire to urinate often,
pain in the- back, 01' if your urine
There is no question that Dr. David
Kennedy's Favorite Uemedy is the
best and surest medicine in the world
for diseases of the Kidneys, Liver,
Bladder and Hlood, Rheumatism,
Dyspepsia and Chronic Constipation.
Tt quickly relieves and cures inabil
ity to hold urine and the necessity of
ettinirupa number of times durinir
the night. It puts an end to that
and beer. It is'sold for one dollar a
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bend your full potofiice address to
the DR. DAVID KEXXKDY'S
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men ji.uii vu . lll.u ..uiliu ill r.iv-
orite Remedy and a valuable medi
cal pamphlet free, giving full direc-
tions for its use. Every reader of the
Akhon Daily Dkmockat can de
pend upon the genuiness of this
liberal otfer, anil all sulferers from
the diseases mentioned above should
take advantage of it at once.
AGREED ON LEGISLATION.
Republican Monetary Committee
Jourjie.l at Atlantic City.
Atlantic Cit.y, May 2. The national
house of" representatives Republican
canons committee closed its sessions.
To a reporter the chairman of the coiu
mittir, Mr. Henderson of Iowa, said:
"The eoniniittee appointed by thu Re-
1 publican caucus f the house to reconx-
I nieii.l linaiiciiil legislation met at Ilad-
dou ball, Atlantic City, on April 17 ami
have worked steadily ami earnestly for
two weeKs. liMlay (Monday) tiie-com
mittee reached unanimous" agreement
and i-, ready to meet the Republican
members of the finance committee of tho
senate to submit their views to tlic-con-
sider.it ion of the joint conferedee. Un
til such meeting the work of the honso
committed will be withheld from pnbli-
iv-.i.i-m i.Ht nv v..ik.
v,.u-v.n!K h.v P..o.i..r At...
Kiulev snent a uniet eveiiinsr ..t tho
Manhattan hotel and left this sity about
10 o'clock lat iiiulit for a special Penn
sylvani.i railroad train in Jersey City,
which loft for Washington about mid
night. 'Hie president retired as soon
us he got ulxMrd the special train. The
party as it left for Washington con.
sisted of the president and Mrs. cKin
ley, Assistant Secrelary Cortelyou, Dr.
l!iey. Stenographer j'orstcr and sov
cral servant. Mr. and Mrs. AbnerMo
Kiuley accompanied the party to the
strike Ml Itulliil...
. l'.CilAl.o. May 2. It was stated that
t.lay or Wednesday every union man
employed along the docks, whether in
thu grain buiness or nor, will bo called
out ami stay out until a settlMiiclit is
ufl'ectcd between the contractors and
the scojpers. .
That can compare with a
serviceablencss for a suit.
vogue this 'spring, but good
taste says- that the patterns
should be quiet in tone. We
would like to have gentlemen
who wish to be well clad at
small cost see some of the new
est arrivals from the tailor
shops of the Stein Bloch Co.
at Rochester, comprising'some
.10 different patterns, in neat,
plain and broken stripes,
checks and over check plaids
in various tones of grays,
browns and blues.
The shaped f the garments
are faultless and the clothes
are built ready to put on and
sure to fit til most at a mo
ment's notice '.prices range from
9 , The suit, according to the
the luxuriousn'ess of thelinimrs.
j. ivuui a u).
um IN CUBA.
Bandits Raided San Andres,
Puerto Principe Province.
THE VII.LAUi: WAS SACKED.
CHrrie.l tin" Tneuly
i.rsM, h lii-e
ouaiitii.i oi ("lotiiii.K mul Cioceries null i
Ai.i.i.t wi.smi in Miinrv- Aiiinnmi wire
Aliillii-leil ;lt Tints Asnl.
Havana, 1:iv 2. According to rlis-'
n.,t,l,. fn ... Pnorh. Pri...n,T,.ri,.p i
L ,,-- .. -j- - -...w.1- y w . .uwv i
UHWillap:' of &an Au(Ue w.t:
was recentlv '
raided by a baud 6f -10 outlaws led by .
Antonio Barcelo, formerly a citizen of
Holguin, Santiago pnivince. The place
was completely wicked, tho b.iudit8l"ii'
rying oil' ".'0 hoi-ses, u large quantity of
clothing and gixicerios and $1,200 in
money. Five mounted armed men, the
dispatches say. attacked :t store in tho
village ot Ticiis Asnl, abducted-the pro
prietor and his wife and carried away
20;i in money.
The people of the locality were fran
tically begging for protection, and a
force of l liral guards is greatly needed.
The country folks were moving into tlio
larger towns for safety, .while the plant
ers, many of whom have buuglit quan
tities of sugar eaue in isolated localities,
fear that the marauders will destroy it
before it can be gathered.
WARNED BY LUDLOW.
HaiHim i:.lili.r" Told lie .Itust
Havana, May i. During the last few
days some of the local papers that are
printed iu English published seifsational
stories regarding the disputes between
the soldier:; and the Cuban police, evi
dently with the intelition of preventing
an understanding between tliem and,
if possil.Ic, of stirring up more trouble.
Major General Ludlow; military gov
ernor ot tiie Havana ilepart mom. sum
moned an offending editor before him
and warned him that " he must desist
trying to embroil the soldiers and the
IVi-uliar lll'.'1-t on Citt.an Marriages.
5AXiiAoiiK Cuisa, May 2. It was
pointed out that a curious result of
Major General Wood's announcement
that the marriage ceremonies of all re
ligious sects an'" legal may bj the tem
porary legalization of iolygamy. In any
event, there were some -ifi'M 'irregular"
marriages, in this province during the
war. and. as there are no marriage laws
except those of the Itomau Catholic
church, the tiew order insures tho le
gitimation of the offspring of such
. Kau.lft 'If'cuted.
Saxtiawo, May 2. .Ttian Caballero, a
noted bandit, was executed at Mayan.
The rural guards of Holguin shot two
outlaws who were attempting to e.M-.tpe.
l'i-rsl.teriaii .Miulsl.-i-'s New l'lace,
CmcMio, May 2: Rev. S. J. MePher
son, pastor of the. Second Presbyterian
church of Chicago, announced his in
tention of resigniiiL' to become tho head
of tho Ijtwivncevillu academy at Law
renceville, X. .1. Tho. acsidomy is tho
prejianitory .t.)hool for Princeton uni
versity. What do the
Don't give them tna n'r coffee.
Have rou tried tho new food drink
called GRAIN-O? It is delicious
mid nourishing and takes the place
Tho more CJrnin-O you give tho
children the more health you distri
bute through their systems.
(i rain. O is made of pure graino, nnd
when properly prepared tastes lil;o
the choice" grades of coffee but costs
about 4 much. All erocers Bell
j 1 it. i..u. nud Aric.
5 InItl'iMynHrgrncur(;lvcyounftAIN-0 X
9 .rccpttioituitaiiou. a
fancy worsted fabric for
Fancy worsteds arc the
I Copyright iS?j. Stein-Bloch Co.
fitness of the-fabrics and
Grand Opera House
Wilbuk F. Sticklk, Mgr.
XEXT ATTRACTIONS: !
Wednesday, May . The Famous i
''Bandit Eossa,"' or the Red Band of
Thursday, May 4, "A .Spring
Experts in PainleSS Ulld. Artistic i
Owlnc to our liirne Increase in lmtrommo
mul our elegant parlors not beinji lnre '
'-"ousli t iiccoiniii.Hlnte all. we Imve en-
"P. "Vr-."S.. '. .1; ?X?.. !". I"'
unii iiuri uu iiij nun uciiiui tinift; in Ahnni
Tlu' onlyjiliu't' in th Hty whore vn an
PA1X. without the use of sleep producing
ujteiit or lmd results.
tlst.sL."Iess-tl.u. .....i-!iJfthelr nrl.-os.
" We, the nnilerslmieil. have hail teeth ex
truded and work done nt the Xew York
Dentists, nnd cheerfully recommend them,
their method, beiiig painless nnd as adver
tised. Mrs.Chns. II. Little. 133 l'nrk st.
Mrs. i.j. MmlTer. HW ('rouse st.
Mrs. Tlios. Xii'luil". IIW. Howerv st.
Mrs. Kleliiinl llunson, III Wolf st.. Akron,
and huudreils of others.
we extracted sin.-.. April II, I, :'.ISi
teeth without pain.
' A SPECIALTY.
l-'ull set of teeth K'"
Orown and bridge work we challenge
the world to compete with us at t-"i.i
Killing. iK-r tooth 3ic up
Kxuuiiniitiouiind teeth cleaned free.
Otllce Hours stos
Sundavs, Holidays 1 to 1
JNCW 1 OIKUCIIIISLS '
148 South Wain st.,
Over .Standard Hardware Co,
FKANK HAWKINS' EEWARD.
Otis Itet-o.u. u, ihIimI Him l.,r ,.ttut-
...r.it as Sreoi.il IJeitlc.iant In
W.vmiixhto.v, May -'. Iu accordance-
wit h the request of the president to I
clu.ose. liiini each ot the volunteer regi
ments now in the Philippines otto man
distinguished for gallantly for appoint
ment as second lieutenant iu the regu
lar army Ceueral Otis forwarded tho
following names each of whom will re
ceive such a commission: "
.1. B. Morse, first lieutenant Califor
nia heavy artillery; George T. Balliu
ger, first lieutenant First California in
fantry; IJalph 13. Lister, second lieuten
ant First Colorado: William It. Gibson,
captain. Fifty-first Iowa, Chris A. Koch,
sergeant. Thirteenth Minnesota; K. V.
D. Murphy, second lieutenant, First
Montana: Wallace C. Taylor, captain,
First Ncbr.iskii: Uee.se Jackson, first
lieutenant, Second Oregon: Frank B.
Hawkins, captain. .Tenth Pennsylvania;
Kvan A. Young, first lieutenant. First
South Dakota; W C. Webb, second
lieutenant, Utah Light artillery.
Headache for Forty Years.
I'"or forty veur I sullered from (del: head
nehe. A year ;; I heitnn using Celery King.
Tho result wax gratifying und Kurprlsinir, my
heiulitflieN leuvlnjr at once. Tiie hen.hi.-hes
used to return every seventh day, hut thanks
tu Celery Kini:, I hao had hut one headai'la.
In the hint eleven months. I kmm'tlmt what
cured iuew;il hi'lpothiTS. .Mrs. .lohn l. Van
Iveuri'ii, Siiuxertles, N. Y.
Celery Kliitf for the NervcH. Mlomtieli, l.lver
nnd Kidne.VKl!isoldInfiOe.iind 'Jjc pacloises
by druggWiaauddeidcnJ. 'Z
ur 1 1
1 I B'
Old Indian Fighter Ahead off
- the Scouts.
JliCAKEDEE'S WARM WELCOME.
ltecie.l MaJoiIIelI mtil scout l.y 1!Ihk
inK of liclls -ami Glad shouts Mac
Artttnr Akiit Luna For an Exchange
M.vxiLA, May2. 18:03 a. in.) Geu-(
em I -MaeArtliur sent omcurs to uener.u
Antonio Luna, the 1'ilipiuo commander,
Ullllcr a flag Ot truce, carrying lllOliej '
ami provisions for Americ-.ui prisoners ,
111 iu iiaiKi.1., ami asKin an eAuiaiuiu ..-".. ii.MiuuM. wmui...u. ii..
..' nrimei". -mil the liimes of -tieh :, ' Cine for women who suffer in this way. It
?' l .1 '?. acts directly on the delicate and important
I It was reported that the insurgents
li-.wl r-.. nffieei-s and Hi ntlitu-s. and it is 1
bnpposed that among them are .Lieuten
ant J. U. Gillmore and U men 01 tne
i crew of the United States gunboat York
town, who fell into the hands of the
Filipinos last month when the gnnboat
' visited Raler. on the cast coast of Lu
zon. Major Bell, with a squad of scouts,
captured the town of Macabebc, about
1 four miles southweat of Calnmuit, the
people ringing lells and snouting
The American army is now employ
ing Macabebees, instead of Chinamen,
' and thev are delighted to get 50 cents a
jlay declaring their loyalty to the
MaiorGeuer.il Lawton is advancing.
He has organized a band of 40'sconts
to go ahead of the column. The band,
which is under W. M. Young, aji old
Indian tighter who killed five Filipino:,
last week, includes Diamond, Harring
ton. Someriield ami Murphy of the
Second Oregon regiment.
Yesterday, the anniversary of thel
battle of Manila bay, was observed by
''- United States fleet, the usual drills
being omitted. Admiral Dewey had
maiiv visitors and the American and
British merchantmen dressed ships.
1ITTIArT1 Tsr-"DI?TCi n A TM T-VDTfirp
WHAT EBLS CAN EXPECT.
Tei-n.s Jn the Ci.niniissioirs l'roclaina
II. i. All the Concessions I'lli-
I.ii.os Will ift. . I
WasHI.notox, Jlay ii. It was de
clared at tho state department that the
proclamation issued by the Philippine
commission just before the beginning
of the last campaign represents the
maxinmni Concessions to be made to
the insurgents by the United States
' i government. It was realized now more
strongly than at any other ieriod that
the capacity of .the Filipinos lor self
government is ah undetermined ques
tion. The United States government is will
ing to accord the natives an opportu
nity to test their abilities, for the Phil
ippine commission proposes to allow
them almost complete control of their
tffairs, exercising only .such supervision
through the United States military as
may be necessary to guard against the,.
consequences of mistakes on the part of
the native municipal and provincial
officials in their first experiment at self-
The experiment is already in progre&s
at some points 111 tuc r-niuppuies out-1
side the island of Luzon, where the
United States authorities have hoisted
lflK ami ! sovereignty, yet
have continued the local governments
j tumor nanvcmrection. to lar as 1110 re-
' iuil.s iniucaie mesu cvpuiiiuc..i.-5 .lit;
, working well and promise to have a
I good iu'iucnco in shaping the attitude
; toward the United Stales of a consider
, able clement among the Filipinos,
j which has been suspicious of our mteii
ARMY OFFICER MISSING.
Otis sent Word i.r tho Disappearance of
Wasiiingtox, May 2. The following
was the dispatch of General Otis an
nouncing the disappe'arauco of Captain
Adjutant ttcncral, Washington:
"Captain Rockefeller, Xiuth intan
try, missing since 28th ultimo. On lino
commanding battalion near Caloocan;
visited outposts f::j0 p. m.; not seen
since. Diligent search made that
night two miles to front; nothing dis
covered; no enemy in front. Search
pros-eeuted ever since without success.
Private-papers in his possession found
2!)th ultimo two and one half miles to
front. Believe lost course and cap
tured." GILMORE AND MEN PRISONERS.
Ucliey Cabled KegHttling tho Lieutenant
and Ten of III Men.
Washington, May 2. The following
j cablegram was received from Admiral
"Manii-a, April JSO.
I Seeri'tury 'avy, Washington:
s'Apparently reliablo information ten
t of the Vorktown boat crew including
V11I1..0..-...1U iuisuueir.ai liisuiKeni- iiean
I quart ers. Am continuing investigation.
A ratal I'rUrllcht.
Ai.ua.sy, May 2. Frank lartiu, bet
ter known as "Young James," and
Frank MoHenry, both of Albany, wcro
to go ten ronuds as a preliminary at tho
Whitehall Athletic club, this city. In
Hm third round Martin received a terri
ble right over the heart.- from which he
'SlfJJ! iTm'S7V WSAf
tiurtlner 1)1.1 tho 3Ie.Ycy Att.
Wiikeijxu, May -'. Oscar Gardner,
tho "Omaha Kid," in onler to savo his
brother Eddie of this city from being
knocked out by .Tack McClelland of
Pittsburg at tho Metropolitan club lust
night, did tho" Oon Movoy net in tho
4wii?auBd2J?.f 30-round contest.
A nvacions woman's
fan can freqncnuy
speak in mors jelo- 1
qaent language than
- any known to :
S the toncue of
f lE man. It can (
-Jw.t'CA invite or renel.
H'f II tWii sigh or smile, '
.mri- t m V e t.
J ? haughty, tear 1
a:jff a passion to
liiJfiSU. tatters or hum-
It can also tell the
story of health. A
woman who suffers
from weakness and ,
and detection while 1
her healthy sisters enjoy themselves. She
may be naturallv beautiful, naturally attrac-
the, naturally interesting and animated
ana winy, uut me utmra oi lu-neaiia is
ending at the very vitals of her womanly
nature, and she soon becomes a withered
and more healthy sisters. Dr. Pierce's
hood. It tones and builds up the shattered !
nerves, it restores the glow of health to
the pallid cheek. It gives springiness and .
ixip 10 iuc carnage. it maces me eyes
sparkle wijh returning vivacity. It imparts
animation td the mien and gestures. The
fan that long lay listless and idle in the laD
of an invalid again speaks the eloquent
language of a healthy, happy woman.
Thousands of women have tcsttfed to the
I marvelous merits of this wonderful medi
cine. " For ssveral jears I suffered with prolapsus
of the uterus," writes Miss .A. Lee Schuster, of
Box 1 J, Rodney, Jefferson Co., Silts. " Our tatn
ily phvsician treated me for kidney trouble, and
everything else but the right thing. I grew
worse and worse. My body was emaciated,
I hands and feet clammy and cold, stomach weak,
' with great palpitation of the heart. I would
suffer with nausea alt night. I began taking
1 your Favorite Prescription and I began to im
prove ngm away, i nave laiten inrcc ooiucs
and now I am very nearly well and am very
happy and thankful to you."
Keep your head up and your bowels open.
The "Golden Medical Discovery" will put
eteel in your backbone, and Dr. Pierce's
1 Pleasant Pellets will cure constipation.
Bear Papi. Please
como uacis nomc-
Mamma is not cross
She don't know I am
telling you, Dnt piease
conie right back.
our ijuie jnuy.
There la notl.in?
more ciiLiluclve to
psl fellowship bc
iwren husband ftnt
wife, than sood health.
oven trmpcranda lw.v or two of nar
licn. IV slrcnsthcntng the txHly,
brain and nerves, it Imparts a feeling
ioi .ira...., '" r".,."ii...rnmilv
both man and woman, snoeicut .uj. "'"J,.--;
lars. and H ft pofhlve guarantee agan Kt divorce.
Wlieiilstheeiuiv way to take medicine, bmall
mmrtell nVblet: m doses 50 cents; 0 boxes, SiS.
ITjrastievcrywhenjj r rolled on g
rcini of price. l.-I!arton and Benson ,8lBar.Be
Block, Cleveland, O.
? Lawn Mowers and
c Hose, Plate Glass J
Mixed Paints & Lead. J
Tools of all kinds. J
No. 511 S. Main st.
Ralston's Breakfast Food
Pettijohn's" Breakfast Food
. Shredded White
3 Q1 and 35,3 Mj st Akron. Tel. 378
-..--..,. ....,.. nrnnmrn
" U anuuL nturwui
' Mrs; Ii. f Cmo-ell. has reonene
I her Cutting and Dressmaking School j
.init will tencu one ot tiie latest
systems. She is" located at 40b ,
Everett block, where she will be I
pleasetl to see all former patrons. '
ft.Tl-lMi';ilJLilLia L UKUSAJJii
I'al.i.icl Will ('.insider AtKiu.si.ns Action
In seiiilin;; llncitiiii-iits Through
the M;. !!
WAsmxtrio.v, May i. The circnla- ,
on of the anti-imperialistic documents1
tion ot the anti-impen;
ttdiuitted to have been sent out by Ed- .
1 Li.:.. e tv.. 1 ..:..,. I
wani jiiuiiis.ui oi imisumi was u.uciaiiy
trailed to the attention of Postmaster
General Kmory Smith and the matter
was awaiting official action. Iu all
probability it will be taken up for dis
cussion at today's cabinet so-siou.
"BEFORE BABY IS BORN."
A Valuable Little Book of Interest
to All "Women Sent Tree.
Every woman looks forward with feel
ings of joy indescribable to the
one great event in her life, com
pared with which all others pale into in
significance. How proud she will feel
when her babe nestles on her breast
how sweet, the name of "Mother !" And
yet, her anticipation of this event is
clouded with dread of the pain nnd dan
ger of the oitlenl, so that it is imjiossi
Mo to tivoid the feeling of foreboding
which creep over her. The danger
and suffering attendant upon Ix-ing n
mother can lie entirely prevented, so
that tho coming of the little stranger
need notlw looked forward to with. fear.
Every woman who reads this, canobtain
fraa. rnh. 1.1., lit tlikl..,f,l ..nritlo.! "rr-
fore Baby is Born." by sending her ail-
Uress to tie liratilie U uecuiator JO..
Atlanta, Gu. This hook contains price-1
less information for all women, und liu
one should fail to send for it.
MAKE PERFECT MEW
rerLonprl The JOTnd ambition, of (
Iin.TOTBESrAIK! IM not Bar
me can do mivirg to j..u. 1.10 Torj
irontcsc. otNrrroni. Urbllltyarj .
.-.baolntclT curcl by lUF0,Itr
TA11 UTTH. Otr prompt relief toi
fsmnlft, f Ailing memory and tbewar
anil drain of vital powers, incurred b '
Indiscretion, or exccMe. of early ye rr
Imnatt ritror and Dotcnc tneTerTfun
lion. Brareuptl.cj.tetn. Olro n. im to t
9. to a complete iri.arntceacir
funded. Caa bo carried In Test
.T.nMl.,r.it, mailed in nl.in wnmwr .,n .1
urice br Tin rruFrrni ro.. Ca put., .ir.ee. i.
For sale in Akron by E. Stelnbacher
A: Co.. B. Jlurket St.. anil Lamparter
& Co., 183 Howard st.
WA'NTKIl Cnw of had health the
H-1-f-A-X-H will not benefit. Send
cOnts to Illpnns Choinleal Co., Now York,
for 10 snmplvs nnd 1,000 testimonials.
IFIBftfcW. IS J
' WiTIJS'l3''.. ".
If WtsTv J I M K I
J-Jy' fci" I J
r i if
I Kv'l E
i Cnr nnnpniiQ Mk
Office, Second floor, Palmer Block.
No. 168 S. Main st.
First stairway north of the I.O.O.F.
1 We carry the largest and most coin-
plete line of foreign and domestic
"rands of cigars at all prices to he
found in Akron: also a full lino of
smoker's articles. Our goods arc the
i,vo .i ... .
best to be found 111 the market.
1 6 1 S. Howard St. Arcade Eldr. Tel. 768
tresh Every Day-Home. Made-Kxtra
r me strictly l'lire
Also fine line of fancy candies. Let US
furnish your baked goods
CLARK & OO.
Tel. 312. !22S.Malnst.
moving vans, cener
toamln nnd trnns-
icrnncDnrcei nnnirunKUFiiverv. rpwi
siiioiv. rorapi service, popular prices.
Office corner Canal and Cherrv street".
Ftnble 210 Cherry street.
...".i . . . ...
-J. E. PETERSON
Tel. 124. 128 North Main st.
.tn tH-:i.j , ,,
'" 'w voiuiauj iuii&u iu visit...
, T1.. (!nt n..i .
. .uv ..uu. uvouuiaui iu a&iuU)
MhAK 1 'EinP TtnnotHorl orl
-Vim.,, "iv iiuuui iwu dllU
at all (-Domestic Wet Goods
hours ) and Cigars...
Under Central Savings Bank.
JOHN KOERBER, Prop.
J. K. WILLIAMS
General Machine Work of All Kinds
Clay Working Machinery for
Stoneware a Specialty.
A BRICK YARD PLANT
With latest improvements
FOR SALE. Call on or address
THE RITCHIE COAL CO.
110 West Market street
Frank N. Fuchs, Transfer
Coal, transfer .and general teaminj",
rubber tire coaches for funerals,
weddings, dances, moving: vans,
wagonettes, band wagons.
106 Lincoln st., Tel. 564.
The rich man's whiskey is HAR
PER because it is supremely deli
cious. The poor man's whiskev is
HARPER, because such good
whiskey helps him. The family
whiskey is HARPER, because it its
pure pleasant and strengthening.
SOTD BY WM. WASHER,
144 South Howard St., Akron, O.
The Dixon Transfer Co.
Coal, Transfer .and Livery
Packing, moving and storing of
goods. Coaches, coupes and carriages
for funerals, weddings, "parties and
123 and 125 Carroll st. Tel.- No. 306
Catawba Pure, Catawba A, Port,
- Sweet, Ives Seedling...
J Always on hand. All orders promptly filled.
i special aucnuua given iu am man uuuh
SCHAEDLER & RHEIN,
Kelly's Island, 0.
J. F"0 LJ IS! C3 S5 V
; JIaclrinc fc Pattern Works.
Castinss of ci'ery description In Iron and
brass for structural machine or meld work.
Machine and pattern work. rhoiieS!
Cor Exchange and Water Sts.
Vtylffh thf - llHlIpf fn
" ttlv'11 luu 'UllCUll
FOR BILL OF FARE
DIFFERENT EVERY DAY
Remember the 15c Dinner
From 1 1 till 2
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
THE BEST IN THE CITY.
J. S. KESLER, Mgr.
Back at the Old Stand
Xn 203 K. Market st.. Kverett Block,
with a new-line of Flumhim; and Gas
Fixtures. Orders promptly illled.
H. P. CAHILL
Tell'. Houe Tel. 717.
Manufacturer of nil kinds of brushes'
unlets promptly aiieuueu n.
18 MILL STItEFT.
-v WHEN IN DOUBT. TRY
.toad the testofrears.
and hare cured thousands of
neu and varicocele, Atrophy.Se
They clear the brain, strengthen
the circulation, make dljcstlon
perfect, and Impart a heilthr
tgcr to the whole belnr. All
tlon often worries them Intolnsanlty, Consnmp-
drains ana losses arc uicvkcu
l.t.r or Death. Mailed sealed, rrice 1 1 per boa;
6 bocs. with Iron-clad legal tuarantee to cure or
'.,,1 the money. 5 on- i"nd tor free. book.
A. Wanier, druggist. -IDS li Market.
FOK SAIiK Ten R-I-V-A-N-8 for 5 cents
nt druggisu. Ona gives relief.
V v.a0firff!Lher h