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TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL
WEDNESDAY, MAY in
hy isn't jinvor Jones jiccummi oi
"sedition" for ottering aid and com-
fort to the enemies of. Hiimin. the ,
only test of true Republicanism?
. ,., , . .
MisSOUKI is likely lo have u law
.illtborizinz the taxation of milliici- I
legislature of Missouri i:
run- .rrI nvMiiinles fur Ohio's next I
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legislature to be guided by.
A $20.lJ0,UKI American trust is ail.-:
The trusts seem t be willing to take
the chances or Uncle Sam's
lishing a stable government in
A co.'Vi:xtiox of the (Governors
aud Attorney-Generals of Western
States, 'to discuss and agree upon a
concerted and elfeetive policy and
line of legislation against trusts and
monopolies," will be held in Texas
next month. A little less talk and
more action is just what the people
want on the part of the trust fighters.
Mayor Yoirxt! and Judge Ander
son seem determined to fight it out if
it takes all summer. With a dead
lock and a campaign for re-election
on his hands at the'same time, Judge
Anderson will hare all he wants to
Skirmish Between Them and
Some of Lawton's Men.
OFFICEB AM) PRIVATE W0U.NDE1).
SThe Injured ami
of the Filipinos.
some Typhoid .fever
to Manila Almost 'a
Itctweeti Tno I'orcc
Manila, May 10. A reconnoitering
party from Major General Lawton's
command, which consisted of two com
panies of the Miunesofa regiment and
two comjKU'ios of the Oregon regiment,
under command of Major Diggles of
the Minnesota regiment, advanced Mou- I
day to a point near San Miguel.which is j
about 12 miles north of Uahuag. There
the Americans, were met with a volley
from a force of rebels behind a trench. i
Major Diggles was wounded in the
head aud a private soldier was also
wounded. Major Diggles and the pri
vate. together with ten typhoid patients,
were brought bv special train to Manila
The. Don Jose, the last of the.missing
fcteamers under the American flag wnich
were detained by the insurgents since
the beginning of the war. was-fonnd by
the gunboat Manila at Batangas, and
arrived here today.
Skw Yoi:k, May 10. A dispatch tc
The Journal from'Manila said in part
Only the entreaties of Aguinaldo last
Tuesday avrrted a civil war between
the forces of his two rival generals,
Luna aud Mascardo. They were actu
ally drawn up in battle array. Thi
and a positive confirmation of the news
that Luna was dangerously wounded in
the shoulder in the battle of St. Toinas
are the most importaut items of intelli
gence brought Monday by the army
gunboats Lagunu de B-iy and Cava
donga, which returned Monday from a ;
brisk expedition up the San Fernando ;
It was immediately before the battle!
of St. Tomas that the insurgents so I
nearly arrived at the point of beginning !
to exterminate one another. General
Lima, when he saw that an engage
ment with the American rroops was in
evitable, sent back an aide ist hasle to
liaeolor. where General Masraiilo was. .
demanding reinforcements. Myseardo's i
reply was that he would take orders i
from no one bur Aguinaldo. This deli-'
auee so infuriated Luna thai, in spile ot
tne impending contact with tlie corn-
diers and made a forced inarch to. Ba-
Mascanlo was nothing loth to lijjhr it
out, and ordered his command into line i
of battle. Shouts of deliance and hate t
were heard 011 both sides. Aguinaldo, ,
terrified by the situation, ordered his
chief of staff. Colonel Aruuelles.
make peace at all hazards.
There yas an angry conference be
tween him and the rival generals.
Aguinaldo was drawn into it. With
all the intensity at his command he
oegged iniia and Alascardo not tc'
plunge the Filipino forces into civil
stnfe at a time when they were already
broken and demoralized bv successive
defeats at the hands of the Americans.
His plltlvities: iii-oi!iiliNl f,ie tl,, !, ,
soldier i.ied in i-orio itieo.
wlmSTiitRico:1 V'tofen; ,
morbus, on May ;. l
BERTHA BEILSTEIN'S DEFENSE.
Aiexi'ed as ;i Witness Insanity Oirr
Siirilnallsin tlio I'lea.
PiTTSHUito. May 10. Berfl'a Beil-
Thou Comest Alone
One evil that cannot come t
alone is impure blood. If .
this is allowed, it is at-
tended by ' kindred ailments i
cralore. This condition-means
that every vein and artery of
the body, instead of carry
, ing to the organs a health
giving flow of life, is laden
, with a slow and impure
'fluid that is harming instead
It is unfortunate uheii there is "bad
blood" between people. It is worse
' when it i int-ide of you. Hood's Sar-
Ifaparilla will not make enemies friends,
but it will make "bad blood" good
blood, and blood should lie of the best
.quality. Hood's never tti.-n)j-oinl.
Rlnnri Poiaonlne-" When I enlisted in
' Montana tor the I'ubau war I liegan taking
' Hood's Sar.aparilla and got several com
rades to do so. It seemed to .make ns
proof against beat and fatigue at Key West
and Tampa, while others gave out, also In
Cuba. I was wounded at ism Juan with a
brass jacket bullet, but got no treatment
until I arrived at rort Mcrnerson, oa.
The surgeon said if It had not been for my
good rich blood that the brans shell would
' have polSoned me sure and I would have
lost my arm.
ueorge y. coortr., lo. u.
35th D. S. Inf., Washington Barracks, D. C.
Scrofula " For months I went to bos-
pital for treatment of scrofulous ulcer
w;thout results. They said it was the
worst they ever treated. I tried Hood's
Ct.o4n..!ll, Tu-ulr. httl ntit-plv mri
MUO-jmiHW. ,.....,...............-.... .
ue Ctkcs (j jjpuam, Keedham, Mass,
, -, enrR-" Sores on mv wife's limb
were so bad she could not walk. Phy-
o --'-rw -.- , - ..
' siclans' aid of no value and she used
siclans' aid of no vah
1 crutches. After taking Hood's Sarsapa
i rilla. she laid them aside and walked freely."
Fred A. Hotle. Reynolds Bridge, Conn.
runnini sores. Xo medicine helped her
est-ih--' until Hood's Sarsaparilla was used, which
" , i made her entirely well." Kssr. E. Mafle
Cilba. ' stose, 358 Dearborn Street, Chicago, 111.
1 ctfjQOtfe Souatmiffn
Hood' 11IU cure llrfr llli. tlienoujrrltttluganil
only citlirlie to take tritli llnod'i Sarsapmrillt.
stein, with precision and coolness, re
lated all the horrible details of hei
crime, what preceded and prompted it
and what followed its commission in
her trial. Insanity and spiritualism '
combined make up "the defense, and
Bertha herself was the strongest factor
iu support of this couten:ion. Her de-'
meanor indicated i-he did ,not realize
what she had done.
City Attorney Clarence Burleigh, iu j
outlining the defense, sprung several
unexpected statements when he said i
they would prove that Bertha Beilsteiu
was influenced to kill her mother
destroy her own life by Chicago me-i
dinins: that both herself and her mother i
were firm believers in Spiritualism; that
she was actuated- to commit ihe deed
through the. belief that her father was
unhappy in"tli3 other world and needed
the coiu'Mtiy of herself and mother;
that the stjries of- her improper
relations with "her Chicago cou
sin would be disprove!! by both i
Bertha and that cousin, who will bo '
brought from Chicago for that pur- '
pose: that the defense would prove t
Bertha an exemplary girl by the testi-1
monyof three of the" best physicians in I
AlIejAeny county, aud that by four of
the best insanity experts in Western ,
Pennsylvania they wonld prove her in- ,
sane on one subject without the least j
doubt, while werfectly sane ou every
other. ' " i
Cntiircl scicii llniiilils. t
Santiago he Cuja, May 10. Maurice j
Baldwin, an American newspaper cor-1
respondent and three Cuban companions j
were attacked near Bayamo by seven
bandits. Mr. Baldwin-made a feint as i
though soldiers were approaching and '
so distracted the attention of the ban-,
dits. Then he and his companions '
quickly covered the bandits. One of i
the bandits, resisting, was wounded iu .
the leg. The entire party of seven was !
captured and turned over to the gen-1
MOLINEUX WAS DISCHARGED.
Itttt lie Whs Itr-Arresleil on Another '
I'Jiai-Kc In New York. i
Xfw Yokk, May 10. Roland Burn
ham Molineux, who has spent several
weeks in the Tombs prison, charged
with the murder of Mrs. Kate J. Adams,
was discharged, the grand jury having
failed to reindict him, and was imme
diately after re-arrested ou a warrant
charging him with assault with lntejit
to kill in sending cyanide of mercury tc
Harry Cornish. It was-decided to con
tinue the case until today and bail was
iiei.,re the in.iii.irial c'oiumissioii.
AVasiiisuto.v, -May 10. S. B. Don-1
nelly, president of the International'
TyiKigiiiiiiiical union, was before the '
industrial commission. He thought j
strikes were diminishing. The witness i
estimated that there were about- 1.000 ,
Mergentliah-r maclunes iu use iu the
United States, aud said tliey had dis
placed about r.'.OOO workmen. The
printers had accepted machinery in '
tlieir work as inevitable, but heron-1
siden-d them detrimental to their busi
ness under existing circumstances. .
Mr. Donnelly opposed the incorporation
of trades unions because he was afraid
of the courts.
The slight cough
SOOfl DeCOme deep-Seated and
1 J ' i. , .
narcl tO CUfC IJO not let It ,
settle on the lungs.
Think! Has there been
consumption in your family?
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OCOtt S iMTlUlSlOn IS Cod-
These are the best
remedies for a cough.
Scott's Emulsion has saved
thousands who, neglecting
COUSh WOUld haVe d
ed on until - past hope. It
warms, soothes, strengthens
,-.. S00- an1 ', all druggisls.
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chcmisu, New York.
NT FOR I
! Court Decided Jennings Need
. Not Answer.
REFERHED TO OTHER CASES.
Mounett Thought They should B Taken
Cp Kline Objected Upon. the Ground
That (he Charges of Attempted Bribery
should lie IleardFIrst.
Columbus, May 10. The Standard
, Oil company won a point in the supreme
court, "when a decision was lianded
I dowu dismissing the contempt proceed
ings against Malcolm Jennings, a uews-
paper man. Jennings wa subpoenaed
. as a witness iu the Standard Oil suits
' by the attorney general, who endeav
, oi eel to show that the witness was con
ducting a news bureau in the interests
of the Standard Oil company. When
asked to give a list of papers to which
, he furnished such matter, Jennings re
fused and was cited for contempt. The
supreme court held that tho informa
tion askidof the witness was not im
portant and that it wonlrt not tend to
throw any light on the question at issue.
the court held therelore tliat tne wit- i
ness was not in contempt in refusing to
auswer the question.
Attorney Iteneral Mouuett called tne
attention of the court to the other con-
, tempt case- growing out of the Stand-
ard Oil pruMvntiou, aud asks that it bo !
. set for hearing at as early a date as po-
! sible. He s:iid he would, submit a brief
in a day or two and that the printed
records "in the case coald be furnished
Hon. Virgil P. Kline, attorney for the
Standard il company, said that the
company had sfod charged iu the nub- ,
lie prints with having attempted to se
cure results by t bribery, and he did not '
think the main question should be I
( heard and disposed of until after these
other cases had lieen passed on as to
I tlieir truth or falsity and thoroughly in- j
The court reserved decision ou the
. question liiiscd.
Tow-ant. May 10. Charles X. Has- ;
kell, whom Attorney General Monnett ;
accused .f being a part j-so offering a j
J)rilic to stop tho prosecution of thej
Standard Oil cases, said he absolutely 1
had nothing to do with offering a bribe I
to any one. He stated that he was iu
no way connected with the Standard
Oil company and over his own sigua- j
ture gave out the following statement:
"I do not know Mr. Monnett ami '
never liad any communication with
him direct or indirect. :
"1 do not know Mr. Charles B. Suites,
his alleged briber, nor have I ever had ;
any communication directly or indi- '
redly wirli him.
"I am not now and never was the '
the holder of anv stock in the Standard
Oil compauy. nor of auy other company
connected with it
I am not now and never -was inter
ested in any way with widStaudardOil
'1 have never known of, nor have I
been m anv way connected, witn
..'- ..tteiinit to hitirceiiee or control the
;icfi0, 0f tin: attorney general of Ohio
in any proceeding against tne -;iau(iarii
Oil company or in auy other matter.
"I characterize and denounce as. abso
lutely false any and all statements con
neetiug me iu any way with. tho litiga
tion or attempt to influence the litiga
tion of the state of Ohio against, the
Standard Oil company,
'I court the fullest investigation at
the earliest possible moment, and I do
this in ju-tice to myself, my family and
mv friends. Chakles X. Haskell."
CliMeliHHl Started to Sandusky.
WASHixinox, May 10. Ex-President-'
Cleveland passed through Washington !
enroute r Sandusky. O. He was i
traveling iu a private car, accompanied '
by only two porters. He was joined j
here by Captain Robley D." Evans, Mr. .
. ,i .. .i i, . i.. .. :.. .............?.... .... l.:..
Oieveiauu s luxnite; eimipaiiiuii ou jus
shooting trips. Tlie ex-presideut's car
was attached to the regular westbound
m (Iclieral sanincl 'stuitli llicd.
Daytox, May 10. General bamnel
B. Smith, who commanded the Xiuety
third Ohio in the Civil war, and who is ,
sometimes1 known as thu father of the I
national guaiil system, died here of t
heart disease. He was 02 years of age. '
I PRESIDENT APPEARED WELL
l'ool. 4 Walk Witli secretary I'age ami
Sciiittor rail-banks He Told a
I'm tlie Time.
Hot si'itiMi-. Va., May 10. Presi
dent Mr Ki nicy spent much rime in iho
apartments set- aside for his parry or on
the side ioii-iies upon which his win
dows opened. During rhe morning lie
once strolled through tho corridors to
the hotel office.- After a nap and lunch
eon he enjoyed a social chat with "secre
tary of the Tieasury- Gage, "senator
Fairbanks, who came to see the secre
tary, aud Mr. John C. Xew of Indian
apolis. A few minutes were given to
Secretary Cortclyou and Steuegi-.iphcr
Barne, and later, garbed in a short sack
coat.and derby hat, the only change
from his daily dress, he started for a
walk with ."secretary Gage on his right
and "senator Fairbanks on the left. As
tney went along the president's brisk
gait and strong stride, jovial disposition
and upright shoulders gave an uiiim-iKKu-h.iblc
denial to statements that his
health is impairi-d beyond a ncce.-sity
for a brief respite from the cares of
presidential life. The trio climbed a
steep ini-liuc.aiid then started across the
wellkepr lawn n rhe rolling ground
upon .which iho golf links are located.
As they, walked I hey passed a bright
faced "caddy," who, without knowl
edge of whom he was addressing,
stopped directly before the president
and said: "Say. mister, can vou gimmc
de toimeV" w
watch aud in a chec
replied: ".lust -1 'i
president drew his
cheerful and kiudlv wav I
clock, mv bov." 1
1 no wan: lasted auoiU Halt an hour.
The, cxen-ise iu the invigorating air was I
benehcial. Ilu enjoyed the walk thor- !
oughly and said to his companions that J
he felt much better for it. The presi-1
dent and Mrs. McKiulev. Secretary and j
Mrs. Gage and Senator 'Fairbanks dined 1
last night in tho president's dining- j
. After dinner the president add Mrs.
McKinley, accompanied by Secretary
and, Mrs. Gage and Senator Fairbanks
entered tlie parlors while tlie orchestra
welcomed their appearance with "Hail
to the Chief." - They remained for some
time enjoying the music.
FILIPINOS WERE BARRED.
Tried to fiet
Into San J-'raneiseo Claimiiit;'
tf Ita AetolR.-
Washi.vgiox, May 10. It was stated
at the immigration bureau that the
action of Commissioner North at San
Francisco ill refusing a landing to a
company of native Filipinos under con-
tract to exhibit at a dime inusenni in
New York city was entirely proper.
The contention of the Filipinos that
they are actors and not laborers prob
ably will not be sustained except it can
be conclusively shown that they came
within the rulings of the department
ns to character and standing iu the theatrical-
profession, which now appears
.Morocco settled Our Claim.
Washington-. May lO.-Official con-
urination of the ettlenieut of tliei
Claim:-, ui Aiuerjuiiu uiiizeu uuiJibv wie !
Moonsh government reached the au
thorities here in a dispatch from Bear
Admiral Howisou, who was aboard the
Chicago. It was stated positively, how
ever, that tlie Chicago was not" sent to
Tangier for the purpose, but that she
simply stopped there on her cruise
around Africa. The officials said that
in all likelihood the United States con
sul took advantage of the moral effect
ef the presence of the cruiser. The
claims ainouu ted to less than $10,0u0.
r.iillnl.i sti-llt- Was still On.
Bl'kkaLo. May 10. While the strike
situation remained unchanged there
was hope for a speedy settlement of the
trouble. The grain shovelers were ob
durate, iu that they still persisted that
nothing would satisfy them except abo
lition of contractors ami middlemen.
It was learned that the Lake Carriers'
association and Contractor Connors
were v illiug to make concessions of a
rational kind to the scoopers, even more
liberal than any yet announced. Bishop
qu;w sljn that he had his
tue j)rtK-eedings prepared,
Uisltop SlianaliHti Installed.
IlAKlHsBirno. May 10. The installa
tion of Bishop John W. Sliauahan as
head of the Koiuan Catholic diocese of
Harribiirg was an interesting ceremony
ar St. Patrick's Protestant cathedral.
Aboii o fed priests, including a number
from Philadelphia, were present. Vicar
General Koch turned over the affairs of
the tlioctsc to Bishop Sliauahan in an
appropriate address and the new prelate
THOMAS SENT A DENIAL.
lie Did t.l r.iic Out I lie Interview )(e-
Surtlin t'tilorado Volunleer,
Tliankett by Aluer.
V.sHiMno., May 10. Tho follow
ing telegram was received from Gov
ernor Thomas of Colorado:
"Denvek, May 8.
Corliin. Adjutant General, WashinKton:
"ReiHirted interview of mine in Den
ver News Sunday morning concerning
Colorado volunteers, Manila, false and
malicious. Would have denied it ear
lier, but supL-ed it too silly .to receive
credt nee- t leg you will do mo the
justice to discredit it.
Chaui.ks S. Thomas, Governor."
The following reply was sent:
'Washington, May St.
Hun. v'harlei M. Thuiii.is, Oovernur, Denver:
"Your telegram to the adjutant gen-
...Mil lii liuwii littirli.il itio .iMrl t fluv
',1,.,,, vou fol. jt. ir fl eit.ait to
you and your state. In the meantime
we shall spare no efi'orts to effect the
speedy return of all the volunteers in
the Philippine islands, but it should be
6ornu in mind that the distance and
question of .suitable transportation
makes it appear slow to waiting fami
lies and friend-.. It is my desire that
they shall have every possible comfort.
Their conduct well deserves all ttar the
resource- of- the government can fur
nish. R. A. Algek,
"Secretary of War.''
i Italy Jot seinlinir !" t'omlcts.
j Wasihsotox, May 10. Official infor
I matiou iu the hands of the authorities
here show that the Italian government
! issued instructions to all pnrt officers
1 not to permit any ex-convict, criminal,
I panpern or persons likely to become, a
charge on the community to taKe pas
sage I ii mi an Italian port for the United
NATIONAL LEAGUE GAMES.
At 1'iltslmn; Pittslmrir. 2 runs, Shits anil 2 I
errors; Cinciimsiti. r runs, II hits and 0 errors.
llutteries Tannehill and !'ovf:rnian : Taylor
and ivit.. Uni'iires Hunt and ('onnollr.
At Xew York Xew York, 11 runs, A) bits and
1 error: Washington. 1 run. li liit and 10 error-.
Hitteries Coakley and Grady; Baker,
Diuiklc. Mel'uire and llejdun. Umpires
Gaffuey and Andrews. Attendance, 1,5a.
At Piiiiadelphi;! Philadelphia, - runs, Ohits
and 0 error: Baltimore, 4 runs, 12 hits and 0
errors. Ilatti-rios Iinela and Douiflass: Kit-
jriaeiu anu uuiiKias: jvu- '
ii, Umiiirea Hwartwood and I
son and l.ohlnou,
. Warner. AttendHiH"
, At I'levelniitl Cleveland, 1 run. 1 hits and
I 1 error: st. Louis. S nun, 10 bits and 3 errors.
; Hutierier. Stivetlsaml Zlimner; Young and j
i O'Connor. Uinpln s O'IJhj- anil -Brennnn. j
Atlendane:. 1 5)1. i
standing; or tho Clnli.,
W. I,. Pr. W. L. Pc.
St. Louis 1:; .", .7" Baltimore 10 10 .5W
Chie.zo .... 14 '1 .;w Xew York.- P 9 .500
Iliila . U! 7 .OoO Louisville 8 11 .121
Brooklyn 1.' s .fini) Pitt&burar 7 11 .39
I'iiuiniiHt! ...Ill 7 .."8S Washington. 4 Irt .iWi
lioston II 'J JWj-j Cleveland 3 15 .107
(ouoes Selieilnled l-'or Todav.
Cinriniuii at lltUbnric, Baltimore at Bo3- j
ton, Washington at Brooklyn. Xew York at )
Philadelphia and Sr. Lonis at Cleveland. 1
. Interstate League 'initios.
At 1'iand itapids Grand Rapids, 1:1 run, 14
hits and error-; Dayton, 3 run?, 12 hlts'and
J error-. Kittencs Campbell and Cote: Ful
ler and Donahue.
At Toleibe-Toledo, S runs, 11 hits and n er
rors: ft. Wayne. "J rnns. hits and 0 errors.
Ujtteries Kwinj: and Arthur: Xnrcnui and
AtWheelnijj Wlieelinj;. 2 rims, fl hits anil
1 errors: Iaii-lield.5 riin-. 11 hits and - er
lors. Halle ie Mnhauev and Hunt: Smith
At New C.i-tlc Xew Castle. 7 run.. 12 liits
and I erior: Youn-town, 4 run-, H hits and
U error-. Ifeitlerie.- Miunelian and llrattin-:
lale I.eaKiut staiulinc.
I., l'e. W.
.WJJ WheelinK ::
tiame- sehrilllled For Today.
Youn--lo'vii at Xew- Castle. Mansfield aC
Wheeling, lljyton at lll-and Rapids and To
ledo at Ft. "a lie.
A SeiiMo nf the Incvltnlile.
"Do you believe in predestination T"
iiiquired tlie serious friend.
."I don't know exactly, " was the an
swer. "But 1 will go so far as to say 1
can name the baseball club that will
tini-h at the bottom of the list."
One I'nllit ot VIcit.
"Here's a case of a 'nan who sent his
divorced wife a bridal gift of -J100.000
when siie married another man." ,
"Evidently a little token of sympathy 1
for the other 1na.11." Chicago Post.
A l-iiir Vi'11 ruing:.
"I saw a bonnet today. George, that
Was a dream.
. "Well, don't foiget, .my dear, that
V yonr poor old George doesn't believe in
dreams." Cleveland Plain Dealer.
is a wonderful aid in the
maintenance of health; it is
ZZ n foctlir qcctmiUhlp Fnrm f( 2
nm,r:cu nf :n :iince. onH S
S """"" , i.wi "
is invaluable in restoring
5 shattered nerves and in con-
5 valescence. A doctor writes: 5
S'"I have found it especially j
5 valuable for persons conva- 5
E lescinp; from fever, and for
S nursing mothers. I am high-
with it and
could not do E
without it." E
TESTIMONIAL TO DEWEY.
Autoxtitilis I'r.im rrcsiilcnt nnd Others
In Ot Prcscnlcd .Ua.v Atlcml I!.
.V. K. l'ncnlnpuicut.
Wasihmuxx. May 10. When Ad
miral Dewey returns to tiie United
States it is intended to presented a mon
ster ti'-'imoiiiul, couiistiiig of autograph
letter lroin nearly every member of
President McKinley's cabinet, governors
of state ami prominent United States
Tne .-eeretary of the tivasnry says in
liis written opinion of Dcwev, that ho
. regaiils him as one of a galaxy of men
I who have made the American name
. lionc-rable and illustrious; the secretary
of state writes that no artificial com
I memoratiou of such a victory is at all
I needful lo preserve it forever in tho
American heart: tho secretary of the
navy ex'iiivssv; similar views; the secrc-
tary of agriculture reminds Americans
mat Dcwev m a (lav ailuctl an arcm-
iieluuo to the possessions of the
TT ;f i
Z ..iivT KJ rSli1
feS "and he1 FLSSfS :
the secretary of war writes that
thusiastically .endsthe proposition to
iilai.eu.iia. M-.y 10.-.wuimu
Dewey expn-sul hs mention of at-
tending the tli.rry-thnd annual encamp-
mcut of the Grand Arniy of the Repub-'
lie iu this city next September it lie
could possibly get away. He will be the i
guest of iiaval"Mst No. 400, and vill be '
asked to presidu over the naval veter-
ans' convention, whii.li will be held in
Independence hall at that time. The
following cablegram was receive! from
Admiral Dewey on the subject:
"If the exigencies ot the service per
mit yon may confidentlv count on my
being with yen iu the fall to attend
your convention. Geokgk Dewey."
A committee ot G A. R. and naval
Veterans conlcrred with Mayor Ash
bridge aud will go to Washington to ar
range with Secretary Long, if possible,
for a bin naval demonstration during
the encampment. In anticipation of
Admiral Dewey being hero arrange
ments were already under consideration
toward making his presence a national
New Yokk, May 10. At the meeting
of the board ot aldermen an enthusi-'
astic resolution calling for an official re
ception to Ailmir.il Dewey upon his ar
rival in tliis city was adopted unani
GOMEZ VANTS TO SHINE.
lrojised a slniiilini; .rinv or 1.5,(100.
i.ikei, wants to ;.n,,i. .
Havana, May 10. General Maximo '
(Inmur. Iiit-il to mrsn:idi Hnvnrnor (ypii.
eral lirookc that a Unban standing army
of I."i,iKK) men was a ueces-sary adjunct
to the proper government of the island.
His views he presented in writing, but
without eliciting auy reply. Tho propo
sition is not likely to receive much con
sideration at headquarters, where con
siderable surprise was occasioned by this ,
magnificent project, which, if adopted,
Gomez deubtless believes would be
juim.-. m-uniii-.ss ot
placed under his perse
The giwring couvic
tion that there i
no need of rural guards except in the
wilder poitioiis of rhe provinces of
Santiago and Puerro Principe is con
firmed by rhe investigations of Captain
Ilickey of the governor general's staff,
who returned from a 2,009-niile trip
through the provinces east of Havana,
which has occupied two months.
Knglisli Lutheran Women.
B.vltdiokk, May 10. The eleventh
annual convention of the Woman's
Home and Foreign Mijsionary society '
ot the general synod ot the Jbnghsh
Lutheran church of the United States
began at St. Mark's church. St. Paul
;til Twentieth streets. A consecration
N.rvjL.0 Was conducted by Mrs. "Willard
! I-arkin of Central Bridge, X. Y. The
I business session was opened afterward.
I'nr Kiiworth League Comentlon.
CiiH'.;u, May 10. The Epworth Lea
gue cabinet, which is the executive
committee of the National Kpworth
league, mi"! here ro arrange for the
international meeting in Indianapolis,
July JO-'.:! of this year. The cabinet
selected for sjieakers prominent church
workers fioin all parts of the world, iu
rluiliiig Hugh Price Hnghes, the famous
pulpit onitor of Kngland.
Ai'iA. Samoa. May 4, via Auckland,
X. ., May 10. Kverything is ifuict on
the island. Operations have been sus
pended pending the arrival of the joint
commissioners from San Francisco.
The Dure that Cures
Whooping Cough, Asthma.
Bronchitis and Incipient
The German remedy"
Cut AvTta. -atvi urvn AkMtot
1 Sow t)- a -iTusV-i. 25v5Dts
KOIt 8AI.K Ten lt-I-P-A-N-S for 0 cents
nt druggists. Uno gives rolloi.
BIG TRUST FORMING. jT!
Declared Steel Combine
CARXEGIES' INTEREST TO BE RUl.
rroposcil to Take 111 Ilidepentieiit Con-1
crns. lnclutlln? the ,Tonc tr Limchliu t
ami CHinlirta Steel Coinpanies Tti tlo j
After HusliicHs of Knropenn Cncerns.
Cmi'Ado. May 10. Representatives of
two of the big corporations which ru
mor has associated with the proposed
$Mi0.(KK),O0O combination of iron and
steel industries declared material prog
ress had been made The plan, already
exploited to a considerable degree, was
to absorb mines, mills-, railroads and
factories. The wo representatives iu
question said t lie following corporations,
, giving the .-apital stock of each,. were to
- be included: 1 he Carnegie companies,
S-J.IO.OOO.lKtO: Federal Steel company,
?100.(to0.0(K: American Sieel and Wire
comiKinv. .90.000,000; National Steel
coiniaiiv. .."tl,(K0,tXKi: American Tin
plate comitttuy, .O.OOOtOOO: Republic
Steel comnanv, .W0j(HX),000; American
Steel Hoop company, SCK.,000.000.
The ligurcs given for tho Carnegie
companies were loss than the accepted
estimate of the amount invested. It
was said if the great trust is lormeu tlie
Carnegie coucems will represent no
w. ,?,.,.. s?;iv iw rwin r ,'k m,rnl
,V , -.-ys-".-""" " - si-
xneretieiai iMcei conipanv nas an au
thorized capital of 200,000,000, but
onlv one half of it will be taken, it is
One thing it was proposed the trust
should do. the representatives stated,
was io take in the iron aud steel plants
of importance which were independent
concerns. JConc of these is large
when compared with the trusts, but
they are considerable industries. The
larw'st of them arc: Jones & Laughlin
company, Pittsburg, capital 10.000,000;
Cambria Steel company, capital ?o,000,
000: Scranton Steel company, capital
Several of the promoters assembled
at the office of John W. Gates, presi
dent of the American Steel and Wire
company, during the day.' They said
Niiisiaciorv resuus were iioi iur u::.
c , .-..... i i... ,.rt..i:,-i..fr; -m
obtain business that none of the trusts I
--! to amtrol, It wHl uudertake to I
uutciai iisxiiai uiu wuauuuauvu vuiuu
' r " -S 1
,, , ,,.,. - Knmtxiiirnilwnvs
. wir;hi . f company.
, ..j,. bic pnougg tobof(k
,,?..,, ,.011lr)l.Ht0r b
NO RAILROAD COMBINE.
Denial of the story Made by leiinyl
nl: and II. A O. Officials.
Philadelphia, May 10. The alleged,
railroad trust reported from Cleveland,
in which tlie Pennsylvania railroad fig
ures, was laughed at by the officials of
the Pennsylvania company, who stated
that the first they had heard of the com
bine was through the papers.
BaltimoiiE, May 10. President and j
Receiver .T.ohn K. Cowan of the Balti- j
more and Ohio Railroad company,
whose system is included in the alleged
railroad" combination, when ' asked iu
reference to the matter, said:
"That is news to me. I never heard '
qf tlie .scheme lefore I read it in the
newspapers, and I do not believe that it
has even b?en suggested seriously.
TOGETHER FOE AEBITRATI0N
I United sliilcs anil I'lisltsh Delegate Will
True It at Cwir'ft Conference.
Dnr Other I'oIiiU.
Washinutox, May 10. The Unitetl I
States and Great Britain will stand i
roiretlier in the ndvncnev of rhe adnn. i
tion of a scheme for the settlement of-i
international disputes by arbitration,
which will be presented to tlie disanna-.
meiit conference at its meeting at The j
Hague. The American " delegates,
headed by Ambassador "White, are
equipped with a fairly well digested
pirn for tlie execution of this long
cherished project, while the British
delciRites are prepared with si plan
which is almost identical with the
The exemption from seizure of in
dividual property aud the extension of
the Red Cross inles to warlike, opera
tions at sea. aro other points tho Ameri
can delegates have been instructed npon.
Another jioint in the instructions is
that relating to the amelioration of the
horrors of war. and with this, too, tho
Americans delegates are deeply con
cerned, it was occanso or the presi
dent's interest in this subject, as much
as for anv other reason, that the two
technical exjierts, Captain Mahan and
Captain Crozier. were included in rhe
American delegation, and the state de
partment hoes that something in this
direction will be accomplished at the
MUNICIPAL OWNERSHIP BLOCKED.
Detroit Commission and
Tailed to A:
I Dctroit. May 10. Negotiations for
municipal ownership of Detroit's strcer
. railwavs came ro a halt. The situation
gave little apparent hope for reaching
j an agreement as lo price and terms of
purchase between the city's street rail-
' way coiniiiissoners and the owners of
- rhe'srrcer railways.
The commissioners are reticent, aud
Tom Ij. Johnson, who "conducted nego
tiations lor tne street car companies, de
clined to be interviewed. According to
tho attitude of the commissioners, there
miistjlie some concession by the compa-
, nics. or municipal ownership anu opera
tion, as at present contemplated, cannot
I-'arraRlier Knocked Out.
Troy, N. Y., May 10. Mike Far
I ra'gher of Youiigstown, O., and Jimmy
' Gorman of Troy were scheduled to go
' SO rounds at 1W pounds before the Man
' hattau Athletic club here. The local
i man coinplctely outclassed his adver
: sary. Farr.igher being put- ro sleep
with a left hook on tho jaw in tho fifth
PrcpnrliiR: the Way.
"The war department has decided to
iesne candy to soldiers at army posts."
"That's merely an illustration of tBe
influence of the new- woman. She's
looking forward to the time when she
will want to enlist." Chicago Post.
Tommy I'm going to begin common
fractions tomorrow, ma.
' Mother You thall do nothing of the
"kind, Tommy 1 You shall study the
j very best fractions they have in tho
school. New York Jonrnal.
' . J -yrr-aM-aaaaara-i
is " 5
The little Dutch
boy who stopped the
leak in the dika with
bis finger saved his
country from overwhelming-
tion. You have read
about him in your
school readers, how
he was walking along'
the dike when lie
heard a faint sound
of trickling: water.
and V-nTf at nnc. l,nf
a leak had sprung- in that great embank
ment, which saves Holland from the devas
tations of the hungry sea. It was earjy in
the night, and no one was near at hand.
The leak was small when he found it but
I he knew that the action of the water would .
enlarge it long before morning, and wash i
away the entire embankment, inundate the
country and destrov his own and thou
sands of homes, go he bravely put his .
flwirpr ill fll sr-hack rt Anf ! iUv .,11
j the long night through, until help came and
the opening was properly stopped. He had
i sald !US c.ountrX ...... -
; a'juto human svstem? tM
I ginnings of the niost terrible ailments are
so small they can be easily stopped at the
start. Your health is a dike which keeps
ont and stops the inroads of dangerous and
devastating disease. Whenever it breaks
down, no matter how slightly, there is an
opening ior disease to enter, ji me open
ing is not watched, it will grow larger,
until the sweep of "disease overwhelms
you, and. health aud perhaps life is de
Fortity your, health with Dr. Pierce's
i "TS ,'uc,u'' .ury, ana you can
' y'""1-,u unmake your health
so strong a bulwark that disease cannot
a crevice through which it can creeo.
Taken in time, Dr. Tierce's remedies pre
vent greater and more serious troubles.
Hundreds write daily to Dr. Pierce, telling
him how these remedies have saved them
and made them strong.
Constipation causes and aggravates many
serious diseases. It is speedily cured by
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets.
SAID HE DID HIS DUTY.
Jmlgei Comment on Meyers Act In Kill
incr Hie ro, Tarlsli.
Cumberlaxk, May 10. John Meyers,
who shot and- killed William Parish,
the young negro who assaulted Mrs.
Kathcrine Heicr, was released.
The judge, after hearing the testi
mony, slid that Meyers had simply per
formed his duty.
smith OncTof tlie. Speakers. 1
Salem. Va., May 10. Hon. Charles
Emory Sniithi postmaster general, will
deliver the oration before the literary
societies of Roanoke college, June 13
next. The baccalaureate sermon will
I to preached by Rev. M. W. Hauima of
I Washington, and the address before tho
1 Christian association will be by Rev.
' Joseph Newton Hallock of New York
To l'nj Troop 111 I'llillppines. j
Washington, May 10. Major George
T. Holloway, additional paymaster, U.
S. V.. was" ordered to convey to tho
Philippines the fnnds for the payment
of the troops in the department of the
Pacific. General Shafter, m command
of the department of California, has i
been directed to furnish a suitable
he Easy Foofl
Easy to Buy,
Easy to Cook,
Easy to Eat,
Easy to Digest.
At all grocers
in 2-lb. pkgs.
FAREWELL TO GEN. HENRY!
Crouds and lpe;;alioli llaflr llllu Oooilhy i ,
as Me IjOioarkeil.
SaxJiv.x, Poifj Rico. May 10. Major i
General Gny V. Henry, the retiring!
governor .eneral ol 1'orto Kico. lett tor
tiie United States on board the United
States transport McPiierson. All tlie
military- and civil officials of San .Tuau,
representatives of tlie principal socie
ties, hiindicds of public school children,
large crowds of citizens, together with
delegations from the snrronudiug towns, !
thronged the quay, wliere several bauds-
played and iiumerous.nags and nnuinnt
decorations lent animation to the scene.
General Henry and Mrs. Henry were
presented with a -ortrait of the former
and received many other gifts and testi
monials of affection. He was visibly
affected by the unmistakable. tokens of
MRS. WM. C. WHITNEY'S FUNERAL.
ScrWces Held In Her Home anil
Cathedral ol Incarnation.
New Yokk, May 10. Funeral serv
ices over the remains of Mrs. William
C. Whitney were held in the Cathedral
nf Incarnation. Garden City, L. I.
These services were preceded by a pri
vate ceremony at Mr. Whitney's home,
Wheatloy hills, conducted by tho Rev.
Dr. W. S. Rainesford, rector of St.
George's, New York, of which church
Mrs. Whitney was a communicant.
The Rt. Rev. A. N. Littlejohn, bishop
of Long Island, and the Rt. Rev. Will
iam C. Done, bishop of Albany, offi
ciated at the cathedral. Bishop Potter
of New Bork was unable to attend.
The interment was at Douglastou.
Ing of the
Dr. Williams Indian Pile
Ointment will cure Blind,
UleedinK- and Itchinc
Piles. It absorbs the tumors.
allajs the itching at once, acts
as a poultice, irhc.-t instant re-
leut ii prepared for Piles and Itcli.
the nrtvato parts. l"verv bov ii
warranted, llv ilnunrists. bi- mail on re- 1
ceiDt of nrice. ol) cents and SI. 00. Wll I I1MC '
MANUFACTURING CO.. Props-. Cleveland. Ohio I
HOTTS PENNYROYAL PILLS
They overcome Weaknea. irrfiru '
larity and umiislous.lncrcasc t Ucr
nnd banish "pain of menlrua
t tion." Tliejrarc lIie Sin-fern" t
Lnown rrmrtly for omen rqnalt
. them. Cannot do harm we b- ,
'.romes plf urf. IH iwr i hox '
For sale by .1. U. Day fc ).. -'iu
Greatly Reduced Rates to Denver.
Via Chiciico fc North Western Itiiil-
uzr n v i i
way. On account- of the iumiiai Warehouse. Ash St.
liieetin-JT, General Assembly of the nffiVp Aci, c font of Mill
Cumberland Presbyterian church, to ''H1CC, ASn SU, 1001 01 P1U1.
be held in Denver, May 18-i0, lSUi),
Excursion tickets will be sold nt the Cured in One 'lylit.
fnvoiiiblo rate. or one fare plus f'.00 Charles II. Connelle, Esq., leading
for the round trio, with favorable re-, lawyer of York, Pa., says: "Your Bra
tnrn limits. Tiekots on sale May lo- , ziHan Balm curctl me of oneof theworst
10, lSSW. Jor rates ami other in-
format ion ask your nearest ticket
u-j-cnt orajiply to D.AV. Ahlritlpo, 127
The Arcatle, Cleveland. Ohio.
Fresh Every Day-Home Made-Extra
Fine Strictly Pure
Also fine line of fancy candies. Let us
furnish your baked goods
CLARK & OO.
J. K. WILLIAMS
General Machine Work of All Kinds
Clay Working'Muchinery for
Stonewnre a Specialty.
A BRICK YARD PLANT
With latest improvements
FOR SAI.K. Call on or address
THE RITCHIE COAL CO.
1 1 0 West market street
Growers o-f Vkine,
Catawba Pure, Catawba A, Port,
Sweet, Ives Seedling-...
Always on hand. AU orders promptly tilled.
Special attention given to all mail orders.
SCHAEDLER & RHEIN,
Kelly's Island, 0.
I, AWN DRESSING
J- E. lE.-rE:RSOia
Tel. 124. 128 North Main st.
You arc cordially invited to visit...
The finest Restaurant in Akron.
?pfn ) Hne Imported and
at III t Domestic Wet Goods
hours ) and Cigars...
Under Central Savings Bank.
JOHN K0ERBER, Prop.
The rich man's whiskov is TTA'R-
1 PER because it is supremely tlelf
i clous. Tiie poor man's whis'kev is
HAIUVER, because such; good
whiskey helps him. 'Tho ' family
whiskey is HARPER, because it its
pure pleasant and strengthening.
SOLD BY WM. WASHER,
144 South Howard St., Akron, O.
A. O. ELLIS
. . I moving vans, general
G3 I m teamiiie and trans- I
terrliiir. narccl nndtrunkdellverv.fe!
siuuie. x'uuipi. service, popular prices.
Ofllce corner Canal nnd Cherrv street.
Stable 210 Cherry street.
......,-- ,i . . : . ---.- i
Watch -the Bulletin
FOR BILL OF FARE
Remember the 15c Dinner
From 1 1 till 2
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
TIIE BEST IN THE CITY.
J. S. KESLER. M?r.
Back at the Old Stand
No.iOSE.5XnrketsU Everett "Block,
with a new line of Plumbing and Gas
Fixtures. Orders promptly filled.
H. P. CAHILL
House Tel. 747.
Frank N. Fuchs,. Transfer
Coal, transfer and general teaming",
rubber tire coaches for funerals,
weddings, .aances, moving vans,
wagonettes, band wagons.
106 Lincoln St., Tel. 564.
Office, Second floor, Palmer Block.
No. 168 S. Main St. .
First stairway north of the I.O.O.F.
Wo carry the largest and most com-.
pleto line of foreign and domestic
brands of cigars at all prices to be
found in Akron; also a full Kixeof
smoker's articles. Our goods are the
best to be found in the market.
I6i S. Howard St. Arcade Bid?. Tel. 768.
Machine & Pattern Works.
Castings of eery description In Iron and
brass for structural machine or mold work.
Mnchlne and pattern work. Phone &51
Cor Exchange and "Water Sts.
The Dixon Transfer Co.
Coal, Transfer and Livery
Packing-, moving and storing of
roods. Coaches, coupesniid carriages
lor funerals, weddings, parties and
23 and 125C.T---0" st
Lawn flowers and S
f Hose, Plate Glass J
i Mixed Paints & Lead.
Tools of all kinds.
No. 511 S. Main st.
Phone 638. J
Billow & Sons
OPEN AT ALL HOURS
colds I ever experienceii, in one nicht
1 think it the greatest medicine in the
market, aud you can use my name any
way you like.