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THE DAILY DEMOCRAT
Edw. S. Harter Fred W. Gayer
Editors and Managers.
Ed li. I)e La Coubt. Mgr. AdTertltlng Sept
PCBl.fHES BT ,
AKRON DBXIOCKA.T .COMPANY
Democrat Block. Nos. iss and '1S7 Main st.
OrriOERS AND DIBE0T0B8.
Frmldaat ,.. aTs V. Welsij
Vice-President ,, A.T. Paige
secretary Fekd w. Gatek
WlUIAX T. SAWTfCK
Kn. B. Dk La Court.
Entered at thH Postofflco at Akron, Ohio, hb
Second-Class Mall Matter.
Delivered Every Evening by Carrier
5 CENTS A WEEK
By Mall J2.50
- WjS for 811 Mouth
Official Paper of the City of
TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL
SATURDAY, JTJJE 10
The "sixth annual Swinehart re
union was held in a grove on the
Jacob Swinchart homestead, in Mill
heiin. last Saturday.. The assem
blage was called to order by the vice-
presided at ii a.m. Alter prayer
there was a song by the quartet,
composed of Mrs. Anna Hornberger,
Miss IiUtie Hornberger, Mrs. F. W.
McChesney and Geo. Nourse, Jennie
Hornberger presiding at the organ.
Remarks by Vice President Wm.
Pressler followed, after which the
secretary and treasurer made their
reports which were accepted. The
following were elected officers for
. the ensuing year:
Elihu Swinehart, president; Sam
uel Swinehart, vice president; O. J.
Swinehart, secretary ; Nathan Swine
hart, assistant secretary: ueo. swine
The meeting then adjourned for
dinner, of which there was an elab
orate and bounteous supply, 253 be
jne seated at the tables.
At 2:15 order was again called for
when the following' progran was
Anthem, by the truartet; remarks
by Geo. Garl and Samuel Swinehart;
song by Mrs. Smeidel and Rosa
Ewell; declamations, by Helen
Housel, Rosa Ewell. Lulu Kahler,
Edith Tritt, Christina Miller and
Helen Swinehart; address by Prof.
John Woodling on "Benefits to be
Derived from Reunions;" address on
"The Home and Reminiscences of
the Past Forty. Years," by O. J.
Swinehart: remarks by Elihu Swine
hart ;solo by Geo. Noflrse. The re
union closed by singing. "God be
With You 'Till We Meet Again." A
reunion will bo held on the first Sat
urday of June, 1900; place undicided.
There were about 300 present, to
share in the merry occasion. Only
two of our number out of an enroll
ment of 250 died during the past
year. I am sure that all present are
the gainers by spending a day thus
with kindred and friends. Hoping
that we may have the privilege;:!"
meeting in" reunion in many years
hence, 1 remain, your humble ser
vant, O. J. Swinehart,
After using Fels-Naptha, you
won't wash with any other
Your grocer returns your
money if you don't like it : 5c.
Feb & Co, makers, Philadelphia.
The young people's monthly social
will be held at the home of Jacob
Metzgar Thursday evening.
Children's day will be observed at
North Springfield Sunday morning.
A good program will be rendered.
P. N. Boyer will be found hereafter
in a confectionery store on Buchtel
ave. He will be glad to have his
lriends call on him.
The graduating exercises will be
held at North Springfield church
next Friday evening, June 16.
Rev. A. B. Strong will be installed
as pastor of the Presbyterian church
at North Springfield Wednesday
evening. Eight ministers from abroad
will be present.
Pleasant. Valley will have the first
festival in this locality Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. McChesney
took a pleasure trip to New Castle,
' "A Howling Success."
Whenever properly introduced Dr.
Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, as a cure
for constipation, has met with a phe
nomenal sale. Many druggists cannot
sayenough in praise of its merits, as
well as its great popularity with the
people. In 10c trial size and also in
50c and $1.00 sizes, of Dutt's pharm
acy, 629 South Main st.
The anniversary of the dedication
of the Jr. O. U. A. M. hall will be
celebrated by a social ball Friday
The floor Inone of-the lower rooms
in the Eagle block gave way on De
coration day while dinners were be
ing served. It so weakened the hall
above that the citizens were com
pelled to have their exercises! in the
The class social given at the resi
dence of Mr. D. M. Kent, Friday
evening was well attended and all
report an enjoyable time.
The graduating exercises of the
High school will take place Thurs
day evening, June 8th, at the M. E.
church. Following is the class: G.
R. Hope, C. S. Kent, H. H. McClos
ky, Miss A. B. Myers, Miss M. H.
Bastian, G. L. Atchison and M. E.
The baccalaureate sermon de
livered by Rev. Christman, Sunday
evening, was largely attended.
The convention held at the resi
dence of Mr. Curt Fenton, Friday,
was largely attended and a fine pro
gram was furnished. G.'O. P.
Ladies. Can Wear Shoes
One nlze smaller after using Allen's Kool
Ense, a powdar to be jihakpn into the' shoos.
It makes tight or new shoes feel easy; elves
Instant relief lo corns and bunions. It's the
greatest comfort discovery of the age. Cures
swollen feet, bliKtersorcullous .spots. Allen's
FooUEase is a certain cure for Ingrowing
nails, sweating, hot, aching feet. At nil
druggists and shoe stores, 23c. Trial package
FREE by mail. Address, Allen S.Olmsted,
June 1. Memorial day exercises
were held in Grange hall last Sun
day afternoon. The program was
opened with music by the Hudson
band, after which the Grange choir
rftndered a patriotic song. Rev.
Williams of Akron delivered a short
prayer, after which L. W. Sherman
introduced the speaker of the day.
Rev. Mrs. Abbie Danforth, who de
livered a very interesting and inspir
ing address, immediately alter tne
close of the exercises at the hall the
G.A.R., W.R.C. and school children,
followed by the citizens, and headed
by the band, marched to Maple Lawn
cemeterv where the graves of our
fallen lieroes were strewn with
Messrs. Elgie and Ernest Shaffer
of Akron were guests of E. T. Walk
er and family.
H. W. Howe and wife of Hawkins,
were in town Tuesday.
L. Darrow and family entertained
visitors from Cuyahoga Falls Sun
day. Mrs. Cawan and daughter Delia of
Northfleld, visited friends here Sun
day. JR. F. Caller of Cleveland, spent the'
fore part of the weeks with liis par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Coller.
H. C. Stentz of Loudonville, repre
senting the McCormick Harvesting j
Co., -was in town Tuesday on busi
W. . H. Parks and wife of Kent,
were Sundav visitors here.
W. F. Ball and wife of Mantua
Station, wisited M. H. Danforth and
Thos. C. Smith of Cleveland, Sun
dayed herewith relatives.
Mrs. Esther Parks of Kent, is vis
iting relatives here for a few weeks.
Henry Wilcox and wife of Medina,
are guests of M. C. Danforth and
family for a few days.
Miss Lena Weeks of Cleveland,
was the guest of Miss Minnie Walk
er over Sunday.
Homer Darrow was in Gambier
Miss Maggie Smith and George
Petzinsrer of Cleveland, attended
Memorial day exercises here Sunday. J
Juxe 6. The Harris-Danfort fam
ily reunion will "be held at Grange
Mr. Hoyt, representing the Union
Mutual Insurance Co., was in town
Mrs. Elizabeth Hames of Grand
Rapids, Mich., is visiting relatives
Frank Myers and wife of Cuyahoga
Falls, were in town over Sunday.
Mother Buchtel visited Daniel
Harmon of Canal Fulton last week.
Jerry Pelmer and family of Mc
Donaldsville visited here last Sun
day. Don't forget the Treesh and Work
inger reunion next Saturday at
Simon Whitmyer's, one and one-half
mile southeast of Comet. Everybody
come with a well filled basket.
Speaking and singing will be the or
der of the day with a good social
chat by everybody and plenty to eat.
The Lockwood choir will furnish
Alter a week's vacation Elmer
Treesh has returned to New Portage
to help saw lumber.
Homer Treesh has hired to Win.
Whitmyer; will begin work Mon
day. Wm. Kleckneris again engaged by
the Board of Education of Green tp.
to teach the Comet school.
The .clerk of this school district
has resigned and Freeman Dallyhns
beeri elected by the Board of Educa
tionas his successor.
Both ministers of Comet preached
eloquent sermans Sunday.
Freeman Doily and wife were
visiting his father last Saturday
Hay making "will soon be here; so
will harvest, and farmers will be
very busy while it lasts.
Geo. Conrad had a gash cut in his
foot by a chisel dropping upon it.
L. A. Treesh and wife were at their
daughter's last Sunday evening and
enjoyed the ice cream.
Wm. A. Dickerhoof and family
were visiting at Barberton last Sun
day. S. A. Riuninger 6old an organ to
L. A. Treesh last Monday evening.
In treating children for coughs,
colds, croup or whooping cough, it is
expedient to have a medicine that is
pleasant to take. Children like
UnamDeriain's uougn iiemedy., it
always cures too. For sale by all
John Strowman is building a corn
house and wagon shed.
Mr. Samons has his barn ready for
Mr. Rearick's house looks nobby
with a new coat of paint..
Mrs. Arch Harris was " quite sick
Tuesday. Dr. Middleton was called
to attend her.
The corn is backward; some must
be replanted. Wheat will not be a
very good crop. "Oats look good; not
much hay. .
Mr. and Mrs. TJplinger visited with
Mrs. TJ.'s sister, Mrs. Scool, at Free
dom Station, Sunday.
John Corley attended Mr. Car
michael's funeral Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Donaldson have
moved into the home of Wm. Hun
ter. The Butter company is unable to
fill their orders for butter and cream
although they get about 8,000 pounds
of milk a day.
George Gaylord has the best corn
in the neighborhood.
Bekoham's Pills for Stomach and I.iver
Mrs. A. L. Nelson of Detroit, is
visiting Twinsburg friends.
Messrs. Chamberlain, Harvey,
Rounds and Bellomy of Hiram col
lege were guests at O. E. Chamber
lam's last week.
W. C. Prentiss was in Akron Mon
day. Lyman Atwater of Hopkins, Mich.,
spent two or three days here last
week visiting friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Deacon rind daughter
Ruth of Akron, spent Sunday with
her brother, R. A. Dickerson and
Mrs. Cinthia Barber of Cleveland,
is visiting friends here.
Miss Bina Parham and her friend
Miss Stanley of Cleveland, spent
Sunday with Miss Parham's sister,
Mrs. N. C. Dodge.
There was an accident at the Sand
mill, Monday. One of the workmen,
Sinclair Wilson, was quite badly
hurt. He is getting along as well as
could be expected. '
E. B. Stanley of Akron, spent Sun
day "with his parents.
.High school commencement ex
ercises here tonight. Donrs.
Randolph park theater opens Sat
urday evening, June 10th.
June 11 and 15
L'pon the stage by the
Who is coining with healing in his
hands, the world's invicible
Who treats the deaf, blind, sick,
lame, rheumatic, paralytic and
all chronic disesfses by the
Power of Vital or Human
Will publicly demonstrate his won
derful powers on the stage of the
Opera House one night only,
as above, rain or shine.
Seats free. Treatment on the stage
Positively no boys, girls or children
will be admitted unless they are
afflicted. The crowds are always so
large that seats cannot be given to
young people. Ladies are especially
invited to be present at these de
monstrations, as those of both sexes
will be treated on the stage. Each
demonstration will be preceded with
a short dissertation on
The Power of Vital Magnetism as a
After which cures will be performed
that will astonish the skeptical,
set the serious to thinking, and con
vince the doubtful that in Vital
Magnetism is a force capable of
effecting most marvelous cures. No
matter what the disease how bad,
how long standing or hopeless they
may appear if curable at all, they
are amenable to Magnetism and they
ARISE AND WALK
All those who are on crutches or
canes, rheumatic, palsied, paraly
tic, deaf, sick or lame, and wish to
be cured are invited, and as great a
number as possible will be treated
FREE upon the stage. He not only
treats the blind, lame and cripple at
his private office at the Hotel
Buchtel, Akron, Ohio, but nearly all
chronic diseases quickly yield to
."this strange power.
Pjrlvate. apartments have been
secured at the HotelUuchtel, Akron,
Ohio. Private entrance on Main st.,
where all who desire private magne
tic treatment may call at any time
during the two weeks commencing
Wednesday, June 14, and receive
consultation, examination, a
thorough diagnosis and advice by the
consulting physician in charge of the
Boy Phenomenon, who directs all
treatments, after which, if found
curable and treatment is desired, a
price which is in the reach of all,
will be named, and appointments
made for treatment.
Office hours, daily, except the
Sabbath, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
J. Young of Columbus spent Sun
day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
A large crowd attended the social
given by the Epworth League at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Walters
Mr. and Mrs. T. Bassian of Cuya
hoga Falls were the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. McCamon Sunday.
Henry Olsen of Akron spent Sun
day with his mother.
The Epworth League will give an
ice cream and strawberry social in
the church parlors Wednesday even
ing. Mr. and Mrs. D. Roberts of-Akron
spent Sunday here with Mr. and
Mrs. T. Roberts:
R. Kepler is going to keep ice cream
in the back of his grocery Wednes
day and Saturday evenings.
ITJIU1 OCULL IS I1UW WUIKIIIg III AK-
Mr. Van Buskerk has moved into
Mrs. Shawl's house.
Mr. Baldwin gave a report of the
Epworth League convention Sunday
Mrs. Roth is on'the sick list.
The C. E. 'society- gave an owl
social at the town hall.Friday even
ing. .All were well entertained.
Charlie Diece of Akron spent Sun
day with his parents here.
A helping word is like a switch on
a railroad track but one inch be
tween a wreck and prosperity. To
better appreciate this advise some
ono who is troubled with rheumatism
to use Chamberlain's Pain Balm.
This remedy is famous for its cures
of rheumatism. For sale by. all drug
gists. Randolph park theater opens Sat
urday evening, June 10th.
Fazzoni fireworks display will sur-
Erise you. See it. Randolph Park
Summer Tourist Tickets
Via Great Lakes now on sale. For
tickets and full information see C.
D. Honodle, Union depot, agent D.
& C. S. N. Co., C. & B. lino. Anchor
line, Merchants' line, Northern
Transit Co., Northern Steamship Co.
Miss Estclla McConnell spent a few
davs the past work with friends at.
Mrs. Jennie Sapp of Kent, is visit
ing her daughter, Mrs. C. H. Chap
man. Samuel Mantel and wife of Kent,
called on friends in town Sunday.
Miss Cora Tritt visited Springfield
friends Saturday and Sunday.
Bird Pontius, wife and son of Kent
Large package of the World's
cleanser for a nickel. Still greater
user lor a hickci. 01111 greater econ-n.K
rIn 4 pound package.. Made only byVr
fHE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, S
Chicago, St. Loalj, New York, Boston, PhiUdelohia
spent Saturday and Sunday with
Wm. Pontius and wife.
Burt Porter was in Cleveland Sun
day. Mrs. Lee Shanafelt went to C'leve
lane Sunday to viit her -daughter,
Mrs. Jennie Getz.
Mr. Krepps from Washington Co.,
Pa., is staying at the home of S. W.
George Cline of Rootetown. was in
J. J. Wertaberger and wife visited
relatives in Stark Co. the past week.
Newton Mead, wife and son from
Mishler, visited Philip Souers and
Airs. .Mary Aloneton of Kent, is
visiting her sister, Mrs. Louise
Mr. and Mrs. Philip K. Myers of
lvcnt, visited Mr. and Airs. S. B
Jones a few days the past week.
Frank Boosinger and wife of Kent
called on friends in town Sunday.
Melvin Miller of Akron, and Miss
Ida Bingham of Tallinadge, spent
Sunday with L. W. Underwood and
Mrs. Electa Ewell visited A. M.
Genuine Rubber Trimmed Buggy
Harness, made from besf oak tanned
leather. ONLY $15.
No. 123 South Main street.
A cordial invitation
is extended to all to CALL AT
For MEALS or WET GOODS.
Full line of Domestic and Im
70S S. EVIain s-fc-
Trt Billow & Sons
OPEN AT ALL HOURS
Office, Ash st., foot of Mill.
Watch the Bulletin
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.
Could never work euch a magical
transformation on your Boiled
shirts, collars and cuffs as our up-to-date
laundry methods are doing
all the .time. We can presto
ohange ! on a grimy shirt front, or
soiled linen ot any kind, so com
pletely, with good, pure washing
materials and skill, that "that is
all the witchcraft we have used."
156 8outh High at. Tel. 67
The Best of Help,
a Cool Shop.
Ill South Main St.
Donthilt and family at Edinburg Sat
urday and Sunday.
Thieves entered J. W. Hall's barn
Saturdays night and stolen good set
of double work harness valued at
Children day exercises will bo ob
served at the M. E. church Sunday,
June 11, at 1 p.m. sun time. An extra
good program lias been arranged. All
are cordially ihvited to attend.
Mrs. Frank Overholt is slowly re
covering from her recent serious ill
For the benefit of all those who are
subject to attacks of bilious colic and
severe cramping pains in the stom
ach or bowels we wisli to state that
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoga Remedy jjives immediate
relief and is pleasant- and safe to
take. For sale by all druggists.
Cure tpat ingrown toe nail by using
"Dr. Marvel's Ingrown Toe Nail
Remedy?' price 2c. For sale by all
Sid Myrey's orchestra plays for
Dancing; afternoon and evening at
i the Gorge. .' tf
Fazzoni fireworks display will sur
prise you. See it. Randolph Park
Edisoii's Projectoscope free, Lake
side park Sunday evening; 7:30
to 0:30. t
OniTuaKY Frederick Geru was
born JaSiiary 20, 1837, died June 2,
1899, agefl 02 years, 4 months and 17
days. He emigrated to America with
his par&ite m 1837 and located on
Warwick! farm; later moved to the
farm nov owned by Joseph Peters in
Wayne Co.; then moved to the old
homestead now owned by Daniel
Edwards. Tn 1802 was united in
marriage to Sarah Jane Drurio. They
were olessed witn six cniutren, live
girls, one boy. The living are Frank
Gern, Mrs. Benjamin Whitman of
Doylestolwn, Mrs Williams of Cres
ton, and Mrs. Putt or Canal
Fulton. He had moved to
Creston ?- a few months ago
finding no employment, returned and
worked in the Clover Hill mine. He
was boaading with his son, Frank,
when tjie accident occurred that
caused his death. Relatives attend
ing burial services wen1, John
Rhodes .land wife, John Baughinan
Miss Carrie Gern, of Akron, Daniel
Keck and wife of Smithville, Fred
erick Ries and son, Frederick Hum
mell, wife and son, of Doylestown,
and numerous others. Burial serv
ices were conducted by Rev. Leisher
it the Lutheran church
The Becker, Klein and Reis fami
lies will hold their annual reunion
at Luna Lake Thursday, June 8.
The Lutheran Sundayschool will
serve an ice cream and strawberry
festival on the church lawn Satur
day evening, June 10. All are in
The U. B. clnnch will have Chil
drens' day exercises Sunday even
ing, June 9.
Squire F. Deutsch called on his
brother at Greensburg a few days.
Mrs. P. Schweisinger and Mrs. P.
Casenhiser are in Ravenna, calling
on tho hitter's daughter, Mrs. K. Y.
The Smith family reunion was held
at the residence of Alonzo Smith on'
Fulton st. The attendance vas very
large, but the Smiths were not all in
attendance. There was a large rep
resentation from Stark county.
Fazzoni fireworks display will stir
prise you. See it. Randolph Park
Knights of Pythias Excursion
To Springfield, Ohio, via, C, A. &.C.
Ry. Saturday, June 17. Only $2 round
trip. Train leaves Akron Union de
pot 6:30 a.m. Returning leave
Springfield 10 p.m.
Free, Edison's Projectoscope, at
Lakeside park Sunday evening; 7:30
Edison's Projectoscope free. Lake
side park Sunday evening: 7::!0
Capt. Aaron Wagoner of Akron,
delivered a very interesting address
on Memorial day. The church was
finely decorated. The singing was
clone by members of the different
A choral class will be organized in
the near future.
The ladies of the Reformed church
held a lawn fete last Saturday even
ing. A large crowd was present and
a good time was had by all.
Rev. J. C. Katiffman of Lena, 111.,
stopped here a few days to see his
mother and relatives. He was on
bis way home from York, Pa,, where
he was in attendance at the general,
synod of the Lutheran church.
Miss Alice Serfass is quite sick.
Or. Campbell or Canal Fulton, is in
Dr. L. E. Staler and Albert Stump
of Akron, were among the Sunday
visitors in town.
The Church of Christ celebrated
Children's day, Sunday, with a mis
sionary program, which was well
Free, Edison's Projectoscope, at
Lakeside park Sunday evening; 7:30
to 9:30. .
Werner Co. Excursion
And outing Cedar Point, Ohio, June
17. Only $l.oii round trip. Train
leaves Union depot via R. s O. R.R.
7 a.m. Returning lenvi; Sandusky
Fazzoni fireworks display will sur
prise you. Sec il. Bandolpli Park
Prospects for a good wheat crop
this year are better than for many
year?. Corn is doing well but. hay is
a poor crop.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Kemory and Mr.
and Mrs. "W. Capron and family
and Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Snyder
spent Decoration day-at C. Snyder's
Arthur Harris and sister. Maud,
spent Sunday at Barberton.
Oni Snyder and sister, Rose, spt-nt
Saturday at W. Capron's'of Batli. .
Fred Shoemaker was in Akron Sat
urday on business.
Ford Cover lost a good cow last
The horse which G. I.utz recently
hought dropped dead last week.
Agents lor hinders and fertilizers
Randolph park theater opens Sat
urday evening, June 10th, with a
grand display of fireworks.
The entertaining drama entitled
"Fair Play" ' will be presented.
Theater coupons free with round trip
Best danoing floor in the
vicinity at the Gorge.
Dancing every week day and
PRESIDENT'S COMING TELP.
Will see His Xiece Graduate at Mount
liol.vuke, 3Ias.-. Mr. McKinley
ti .Vceoiiipaii3' lliiu.
Wasiuxuto.v, Jaue 0. The itinerary
of the president's New England trip is
almost completed. Ho will leave here
on Friday,. June 10, for Holyoke, Mass.,
where he will be the guest of the Hon.
William Whitiug. who served -with the
president during his congressioua
career. Ou Monday the president will'
go to Northauintou to. attend the ivy
day exercises at Smith college and ou
Tuesday to South Hadley to attend tho
graduating exercises at Mount Holyoke
seminary. His niece will be one of
On Wednesday he will go to Spring
field and on Thursday to Adams. Mass.,
where lie -will be the gnest for several
days of V. B. Plunkett, president of
the Houie Market club of Boston. The
president will be gone about ten days.
Airs. McKinley will accompany the
THE BIG FIGHT TONIGHT
Managers Seemed Confident .Police Will
Allow it tu Go to a Decision.
New Yoke, Juue 9. Everything is
in readiness for the big fight tonight
lietween Bob Fitzsimmous and Jim
Jeffries, and with the possible excep
tion of iK)licu interference or an uu
looked for accident to either one of the
principals the bout will take place as
scheduled in tho arena of the Coney
Islaud Sperling club.
Brady aud Julian seemed to be confi
dent that tho contest will 1k permitted
to go to a decision without any unto
ward incident, so far as the legal au
thorities are concerned. Fitzsimmous
is still a prime favorite in tho betting,
but theru is plenty of Jeffries money in
SCOTCH MANUFACTURERS SCARED.
American and German Competition Hurt
ing ISritUliera Ittlsiness.
Gi.asoow, June i). At a massineet
mg hero of manufacturers, shipowners
and merchants a resolution wasr passed
-expressing alarm at tbe serious injury
to British aud colonial trade arising
from -the continued and threatened ex
tension of foreign competition.
Mr. Anderson of the Anchor line said
America and Germany were taking
markets where Great Britain had long
been preeminent. He added that Brit
ish subjects had not received just sup
port from the government, asserted that
the board of trade had assumed the
character of police and claimed tho for
eign office only moved when the steed
52 DIED ER0M THE "HEAT,,
Total of Fatalities In Three Days In
York aud Vicinity Many
New Yoke, Juno 9. The tempeniture
it its highest point stood at 91 degrees,
7 degrees below the record mado two
days before. Tho record of fatal pros
trations was somewhat smaller than tho
list the day before, 19 persons dying in
New' York and vicinity. Of these four'
tvere women. Aside from this there
were 21 prostrations the victims of,
which were in tho hospitals -with more:
ar less hope of recovery. Wednesday's
official death list numbered 20 and Tues
day's 7, making a total of i52 deaths
Tlvent.v-EiRht Keported Killed.
Little Rock, June 9. It was re
ported here that a landslide occurred at
Ross l.olfow and engnlfed 28 men, all
of whom were supposed to havo been
k lied. A large force of graders has
bjnu engaged in grading anew railroad
Many Important Improvements of Direct Practical Value to
No new model of any of our machines is over adopted until it has- been
road by expert riders employed for the purpose.
COLUMBIA BEVEL-GEAR CHAINLESS
KasiesL running, most durable, safest, cleanest.
World's record of 250 consecutive daily cen
turies. Nothing.to entangle or soil the clothing.
The new Hartfords, Patterns 19 aud 20, have
improved design, new crank construction, flush
joints and internal expanders. Price $35.
Our artistic catalogue fully describes and illustrates these machines.
largains: Wo have a fow Colunibias, Model 46 (ladies',) $42.50; Models 45 and 49,
(men's) $40. ITartfords, Pattern 7 (men's,) $30; Pattern 8. (ladies') $31.
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BUND MAR THREAD.,
Members of the Family at His
CASE UECACIHMI AS HOPELESS.
Phygit'iuiis S Tlumxlit a;n! Iiirnriticil llio
lHiuily Tin- Mfl. .1l.ui ll-.ul ISccn
IScct'itleis lir liiMir UN SSrotlicr
liulgu 111 tin!, TlcKapliMl "or.
Lkh.vxox, Mo., June !. Mr. Bland
Rppeared somewhat brighter, bat he
had been speechless for hours.
The physicians legard the case as
hopeless and have s.i informed the fam
ily. All of liis family were at the dying
man's bedside except his brother, Judge
C. C. Eland of the St.. Louis eourt of
appeals, who had been telegraphed for.
WILL USE HARVEYIZcD ARMOR.
b-eeretaiy l.tnc Agreed to Use Some of It
So luttleihii' WouKl .Xot lie Delayeil.'
Wasuixhtox, June !).- Secretary
Long passed npoii tho armor Dids re
cently submitted, deciding to purchase
a small quantity of armor aud to let the
next congress decide what shall be done
toward securing the remainder needed
for tho armored ships already author
ized. The armor companies .-tated that
they could not furnish Krupp armor ot
the high grade required by the depart
ment at the price fixed by the law, but
that they cotiM continue the supply of
Harveyized armor at $400 per tou. The
secretary ordered the purchase of some
of the Litter.
The bureau chiefs reported that this
Harveyized armor would answer the re
quirements for the armor of the four
monitors to be built, and also for the
diagonal plates of the battleships Maine,
Missouri and Ohio,, now under construc
tion. Tho sccrcttiry's decision will go
Tar toward preventing tho delay that
would ensue had it been decided to pur
chase no armor.
KANSANS WANT TO COME HOME.
Petititm Mgucd l,y 'iiie-Teutli: Sent Ahk
Kansas City, Juno 9. The Star re
ceived from its special correspondent
the following cablegram, regarding the
muster out of tho Twentieth Kansas,
General Funston's regiment.
Hongkong, Juue 8. Petitions signed
by nine-tenths of the officers and men
of the Twentieth Kansas regiment urg
ing muster ont and dischaage from the
service in Sau Francisco have been for
warded to Tho Star and to Senator
McCormick Was Indicted.
TJniontowx, Pa., June 9. William
C. McCormick's application for release
on bail was made before Judge Mestre
zut. Mrs. McGogau told her story as
she did before the grand jury, which .re
turned a true bill for ninrder against
bco. j. Kcnncr
All Orders by the Barrel or
Bottles promptly attended to
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THE PHILIPPINE QUESTION
Hon. Andrew Carnegio, Senator-
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mna, Bacon. Mason. Daniel.
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Carl bchurr, Sam'l Gompers, Preet. Am. Fed. of Labor, and others.
the sEMATiox of IMPERIALISM AHD ABSOLUTISM DENOUNCED.
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COIV.FAISY, Hartford, Oonn.
tne prisoner. Dr. Hackett also de
scribed the -wound, winch he said had
been produced by some sharp-pointed
I weapon. Diffendorfer also testified be
fore the grand jury. The hearing for
trial was continued until today.
Firework, riaut De&troyeii.
: New York, Juuo 9. Thirty-six build
ings, comprisiug about the entire plant
of the Nordliuger-Cloarlton Fireworks
company at Grauiteville, Richmond bor
ough, were blown up aud tho entire
fireworks plant practically wiped out of
existence. Fires followed. No lives
were lost aud but three persons were
injured, two of them seriously. Total
loss on buildings aud stock about $33,
Soldiers Went I'or 1Vltue?,sef,.
Manchester, Ky., June 9. Special
Judge A. K. Cocke" of Piueville, sitting
in the place of Judge Eversole, who is
absent on account of illness in his fam
ily, presided when the three Bakers
were arraigned ou a murder charge.
Soldiers were sent out for -witnesses.
No concern was felt for their safety.
Friends of both factious thronged into
Cubans Willing to 15e Paid.
Havana, June 9. All opposition on
the part of the insurgents to receiving
the gratuity from tho United Statist
ended. Lieutenant Colonel Randall at
Malauzas, Lieutenant Colonel Rafferty
at Sagua la Grande and Lieutenant
Colonel Bisbee at Paso Real had large
crowds waiting for payment and dis
charge. rrobnbly S. People Drowned.
Austin-, June 9. The cloudburst of
Wednesday, which swelled tho rivers of
this portion of the state out of tneir
banks and caused a great loss of prop
erty, was much worse than reported.
Many people, are known to have per
ished, meager reports placing the num
ber at 25.
Will Create Xeir Cardinals.
Romf;, June 9. If is officially an
nounced that the pope at a secret con
sistory on Juue 19 will create 12 Italian
cardinals. A public consistory will be
held ou June 22, when a number of
Italian and foreign bishops will be pre
couized. Keed Had Not Kosigucd.
Augusta, Me., June 9. Secretary of
State Byron H. Boyd and Private Sec
retary Smith said that Governor Powers
had positively not received any notifi
cation from lion. Thomas B. Reed of
the litter's resignation as congressman
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