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I will guarantee
that lay Kldacj- Curt
will cure 00 per cent,
of all forms of kidney
complaint an3 In
many Instances" the
most serious fonci of
"right's disease. If
the disease Is com
plicated send a four
ounce rial of urlDe.
TVe will analyze It
and advise yon fre
what to do.
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OIL TRUST METHODS.
Ex-Etnploye's Charges Before
KMJCKlXi! OUT OF COJiTETITOKS.
llleged One xt Neivurk, ., Was Lauded
In the oiirhmise He, 1-icd Alleged
Different Grade nf Oil Were Sold
From the vjine Tcuk.
Washington', June 9. The industrial
jomuiissiou resaiued its investigation of
tru-ti, the Standard Oil company re
ceiving especial attention. Mr. 'W. EL
Clark of Ohio, who until last February,
was employed by the Standard Oil
sompauy in various towns in that state,
but v.is then suspended, testified that
while employed at Marietta the Stand
ard had ousted other companies Irom
business by competition and then put up
the price of oil. He said that eight
nominal grades of oil were void out of
only two tank-, the fanccr being turned
in "different directions for different
grades. This was done, ho said, under
instructions from the managers for the
Standard company, Messrs. Matthews
and Holiiugswortb.. Mr. Clark also said
that the comjuuy bought and- sold tur
Ieutine, but before soiling it would put
six or seven gallons of gasoline in each
barrel of turpentine.
At Columbus, Mr. Clark was the cash
ier of the Standard company. At that
point, he said, much oil was adulter
ated. For instance, miners' oil was
made by mixing in a little cottonseed
oil. Here the Standard company started
what was called the Shoemaker Oil
compauv. This was a purely Standard
establish inenr, lie testified, its men
being paid by the Standard company,
but it -was made to appear to be an in
dependent concern, and was used as a
At Springfield, Mr. Chirk said, he was
a wagon salesman and the instructions
there were to get trade regardless of
the price. Somo refined oil was sold
as low as 4 cents aud hero also as many
as four nominal grades of oil were taken
trom one tank. Rebates wero made
when necessary. When ho had spoken
to the management of the dishonesty
of these pr.ictke, Jio had been told that
it was not lot him to say about such
matters, but to do wliat he was told.
At Urbana, he said, he was manager
for the" Standanl company. Here a
competitor as driven out by a threat
to fores the price down, to 1 cent a gal
lon. The competitor afterward went
to the poorhousf. Witness for a time
was manager at Newark. Here the
work was very hard because of tho
range of prices. There were 25 differ
ent figures used there. One man would
get oil for 7 cents while his next door
neighbor onld pay I)1, cents. Rebates
also were given to especially favored
patrons. These were made under the
instructions of Mr. B. A. Mathews, as
were all changes in price or terms.
The witness testified that at Ncwaik
the company bought a building from
over a leaser's head, who was doing a
competitive business and Mr. Clark,
with other men, went into tho building
in the absence of the competitor, loaded
the building on carts and carried it
away. For this he (Mr. Clark) was
complimented and was to have been re
warded with a two weeks' vacation,
while tho competitor was so frightened
that he went out of the business. Tiiis
was not accomplished, however, until
all his customers had been located by a
boy employed to follow his wagon on u
At Newark a customer wanted oil
from Cleveland. He was satisfied by
supplying him out of a barrel painted
red and marked as if from Cleveland.
He received the same oil, however, that
other people got.
The witness said that laborers for the
Standard company were generally paid
76 cents a day, and that they worked on
an average of 12 hours a day.
There was, he said, often a difference
of 2 cents a gallon in tho prices of oil
between places where there was compe
tition and places where there was none.
A STEIKE EXPECTED.
Urei: Car Men rikel to Go Out To
uorrcm, at Cleveland A Meet
Cleveland, June 9. It is believed
that a strikerwill be inaugurated Satur
nay morning by the employes of the
Cleveland Electric Street Railway
company (the big consolidated.) The
men have been negotiating with the
company for several days, aud the an
swer of the company will be considered
r.t :i meeting to ba hold tonight.
Thero'is no question o waes in-
w5v -,rt cw
PRODUCT OF PETROLEUM,
CLEAN, PURE, TASTELESS AND ODORLESS.
Put up in One Pound Cakes.
for many purposes, a few of which i
$ are: Preserving Jetties, Pickles, Jfc
3 Catsup and Fruits, Sealing yl
( Bottles, Polishing Floors, Laun- J
JJ dry Purposes, Coating all sorts of
fl Packages to make them Air Tight, 0.
ft) preventing Evaporation, Leakage, k
$ Absorption, &c.
FULL DIRECTIONS WITH EACH CAKE.
Q Ask your Storekeeper for
S PURE HEFfflEDPAHIFFIHE WAX.
volved. Tho men object to tho schedulo
and the arrangement of the runs and
have asked for recognition of their
union. That is really the main point
at issue. The men say discharges now
follow slight infractions of the .rales
without a chance for explanation and
they say if the union is recognized
they will agree to submit all grievances
to arbitration and abido by tire decision
of the arbitrators.
About SO per cent of the 700 employe
belong to the union. It is charged that
the company has employed new men in
other cities to tako the places of the old
men in case of a strike. This the offi
cials of the company deny.
HANNA GOING TO EUROPc.
Expects to Return In Time 'lor 111
Campaign In Ohio.
Cleveland, June 9. Senator Hanna
is expected to leave Cleveland for New
York tomorrow. At the Waldorf he
will be joined by Mrs. Hanna, Miss
Ruth Hanna, Miss Lucia McCurdy. his
niece, and Miss "Phelps. On Wednes
day the party will sail from France aud
proceed to Aix les Baines, the famous
watering place, where Mr. Hanna will
undergo treatment for rheumatism.
After the lape of about two mouths
he will .return home by easy stages,
stopping at two or three Spanish cities
and reaching America about Sept. 1, in
time to take iiart in tho fall campaign
iu Ohio. But very little time will be
devoled to sightseeing.
Zeltner Tol.l Ills Crime.
Toledo, Juno 9. The feature of tho
Zeltncr murder trial at Bowling Green
was the appearance of Paul Zeltner on
the stauu and the telling of his story of
the killing of Attorney Westenhaver, at
Hoystville. The witness claimed tb
shooting was done iu a moment of
passion. Me denied that it was pre
meditated. Another Civil vnk1 Change.
Washington, June 9. The president
approved an amendment to rule C of
the civil service rules, excepting from
examination one assistant postmaster or
chief assist tut to the postmaster at
e.ich poto!li"e. Tiiis position had been
excepted prior to the issue of the presi
dent's recent order aud was overlooked
in tile drafting of the order.
1'lllly 1(1,(100 .Miner,. Idle.
DrBoiS Pa,, June 9. The miners at
all the mines iu this region except those
those at Adriau aud DuBois went out
on strike. On account of the strike the
Buffalo, Rochester and Pittsburg shops
at this place shut down, throwing 200
mechanics out of work. Fully 10,0c0
miners are now idle in the region.
Cilliaii Committee In Washington.
WAhiii.NOTO.v, June 9. The Cuban
committee, which lias come to the
United States to seek a modification of
the decree issued at the direction of the
president extending for two years the
time within which debts contracted in
Cuba prior to Dec. IS1 List may be paid,
arrived iu Washington from New York.
llauki, Kcspousible For Kinploefi.
Chicago. June 9. The United States
court of appeals rendered a decision in
ui appeal oi the National bank of Osh
kosh, Wis., from a judgment of ?1",012
given in favor of Mrs. Margaret Mun
ger. Sums of her money, amounting
to about ?!ii,(XW, were said to have been
taken from the bank by Frank Heilig,
who had been paying and receiving tel
ler, aud whom Mrs. Munger was said to
have designated as her agent. Most of
the inoney was drawn without her
authority and the court held the bank
officers guilty of negligence and affirmed
the judgment of tho lower court.
Mitet Committee isessiuu.
New Yok.c, June 9. The Mazefcom
mittee session opened with an attempt
by Mr. Moss to refute the charge matte
by Captain Price that Charles A. Moffat
had been railroaded to prison. Mr.
Moss produced records showing that
Moffatt had been convicted of putting
his real estate to improper use. After
this the main part ot the session was
devottd to an, effort to show that the
water department was run by Tammany
(runted rudillerA a liaise.
Detroit, June 9. It is claimeU that
the rates tor boilers and puddlers were
rll bnt settled, at the wage conference.
The representatives of the Amalga
mated association asked a raise of $1 a
ton for the puddlers. It was said that
while this was not agreed to by the
manufacturers' represeutatives, . still
thev granted a substantial increase.
Oleomargarine Men :. Contest.
Harmsbukg, Juno 9. Two represen
tatives of the oleomargarine manufact
urers called on Governor Stone, Secre
tary Hamilton and Commissioner Wells
of the department of agriculture. They
announced their intention to contest tho
constitutionality of the anti-color clause
of tho now law.
Vermont to Vilvniiie Dcwej.
MoNTPEUEit, June 9. A state cele
bration is bcim: arranged for the wel
coming of Admiral Dewey to his old
lnme in this city, although the exact
form which it will take has not. as j-et,
been decided upon.
"on a Pastry Trust.
TKENtON, June 9. The American
Pastry aud Maunfac taring company was
incorporated here with an authorized
capital of $3,000,000. One-third of the
stock is pivf- rred with 7 per cent cumu
lative dividends. The comp.iny is to
make wholesale pastry.
.Mrs. Hester sherm.nt White lleud.
Asiir.viLi.K, N. C, June 9. Mrs. Hes
ter Sherman White died here, aged 74.
She was a native of New York state, a
sister of the kite Isaac Shermau,.the
New York financier, aunt of Mrs, Brad
ley Martin and great aunt of the
Countess of Craven.
Brotherhood of St. Paul.
Syisacuse, June 9. The national con
vention of the Brotherhood of St. Paul,
a MithodLt fraternity, is being held
here. Thirty chapters trom the follow
ing states are represented: Pennsylva
nia, New York. West Virginia, Ohio,
l.lmois and Massachusetts.
Impliiated Mmok In Their J.nltbei.
Chicago. June SI. At tho trial of
"Red CLris" Strook, charged with coin
plicitj in tho Schrage bond robbery of
three years ago, "Sleepy" Burke, the
former burglar, implicated Strook in the
.Vn used ofTrjhij; (o .Muriler.
New York. June 9. Morris Foley,
suffering from two bullet wounds and
i-iits in the head, accuses his wife and
her daughter, Hannah Poole, of at
tempting his murder, and tho two
women are iu enstoday at Sheenshead
!alv Died of Pneumonia.
Pauis, Juno 9. Tho remains of
Augnstiii Daly will bo taken to Havro
and will be shipped to New York from
there, by way of Southampton. Doctors
diagnosed his disease as pneumonia.
ADDS HER EVIDENCE.
Story is the Same as From Other
Lots of Money Srent but No Returns Have
The people in Akron willingly add
their evidence to that which has al
ready been given in favorof Morrow's
Kid-ne-oids, the best remedy that
has ever been sold in this city for
backache, kidney and urinary disor
ders, sleeplessness and nervousne-e.
Our druggists report wonderful cures
and state that Kid-ne-oids are daily
increasing in the opinion of our peo
ple. Kid-ne-oids act directly upon
the kidneys and nerves and restore
them to their natural condition.
Good kidneys make good blood, good
blood makes strong nerves. Kid-ne-oids
make good kidneys and strong
Mrs. H. R. Moore, 701 North How
ard St., Akron, O., says: "I have
been sorely anlictea with kidney
trouble for the past six years. The
symptoms being kidney backache,
nervousness, rheumatism, urinary
disturbances and swelling of the feet
and ankles. I tried nearly all the
kinds of kidney pills and cures I read
about, but received no benefit from
them. When I commenced to take
Morrow's Kid-ne-oids I felt better
the first day, and now feel greatly re
lieved of all my troubles. I shall
continue to use this grand remedy."
Morrow', Kid-ne oids are not pills,
but yellow tablets and sell at fifty
cents a box at all drug stores and at
John Lamparter & Co.'s drug store.
Mailed on receipt of price. Manu
factured by John Morrow & Co.,
chemists, Springfield, O.
Maybe Became Dictator
Shake Pilar and Luna.
I'ROUADLY TO MAKK I'EACE.
if lie Can Ileud His Opponent to HI,
Will, He Might He Able to .Make Hot
ter Teruiit Por Himself Vessel Taken
h Gunboat Dispatches Prom Otis.
Washington, June 9. Officials here
were iu doubt as to whether Aguiualdo
in declaring his dictatorship was ani
mated by a desho to rid lumself of his
tefractory generals, Pilar and Luua, or
whether he aimed to consolidate in his
own hands tlio power to make terms of
peace. It is known from the reports of
President Schunn.ui of the American
Philippine tomn'iissiou, that these two
generals owe only taint allegiance to
Aguiualdo and their attitude toward
the xaco negotiations lias made these
negotiations iiictlcctu.il, the civilian
members on the Filipino side of the
joint coiuuiissiou being completely oer
uwed and dominated by the military
clement controlltd by these generals.
It was believed here "that if Aguiualdo
can bend these men to his will aud as
sume supreme control, he "will at once
make otters for peace, being able to se
cure better terms for himself than he
The tin eo sidling vessels and one
steamer, reported to have been captured
by the U. t. gunboat Albany off the
island of Negros, Philippine islands,
are supposed by naval officers here to be
blockade runners carrying supplies of
food aud ammunition to the islanders,
who are threatening to rise in the in
terior. These islanders have been pow
cif ally influenced by Tagal emissaries
to revolt aud, in same cases, have done
so, attacking the people in seaside towns
who stood for the United States. The
army already has taken steps to estab
lish a garrison on the islands, and the
war department is gratified to learn
that its efforts aVe being seconded by
The situation in the Philippines was
described by General Otis in the follow
Manila, June 8
Adjutant Ueneral, Washington:
Result movements Morong province
was to drive insurgents into mountains,
capturing Autipolo and other towns in
that section, with point of land project
ing into bay. They retreated and scat
tered beforu our advance, leaving 25
dead on field; our loss four lulled and
lew wounded, mostly slight. City of
Morong, on only laud route around bay,
garrisoned; all other troops withdrawn.
Inhabitants of provinces profess friend
ship ask protection; large number wish
to outer Manila; lefuse as city popula
tion increasing too rapidly. Leading
Pleased to Do It.
Akron Citizens Gladly Sjpeak
Publicly on This Subject.
A public statement.
Given to the public for (he public
A citizen's experience.
Truthfully told for Immunity's
Should find ready appreciation.
Akron people are pleased. to do it;
Pleased to tell their friends and
Tell thein about the "little con
queror." The good'dqeds of Dunn's Kidney
Are spreading o'er the city.
Lifting burdens from aching backs.
Curing the pains of kidney ills.
Read the proof in an Akron's citi
Mrs. Charles Peteison, of 13) Nie
inuii street, says: "I never had any
thing in the house to do me as much
good as Doan's Kidney Pills which
I obtained from Lamparter & Co.'s
drug store. I suffered from pain hi
my back and headaches until I was
nearly frantic. This remedy
strengthened my back and removed
both the aching iu my head mid
buck. Mv .husband also took them
and they did him much good. 1 have
considerable work to attend to and
I know I could not get through with
it if it w-n not for Doan's kidney
Pillh. I am ready to recommend
thein at all limes for weak backs,
wt'iiriiHSs iintl thrt effects of over
work."' Dean's Kidnev Pills for sale by all
dc lers. price 50 cents. Mailed by
Kinler-.MlIburn Co., Billlalo, A. Y.
S'tle agents for the V. P. Remember
the name Doan's and tako no other.
natives throughout island, including
active; insurgent leader, seek permis
sion to send families to Manila; consid
ered onlv place of personal security.
General Otis cabled as fallows regard
ing the return of volunteers:
Manila, June S
Adjutant Gent-nil, Va--uington:
Oregon request to defer time of de
parture nutil 12th; will leave for Pol t
Ltud in transports Ohio and Newport.
Sixth infantry, upon arrival, will re
lieve CahioruLuis at Ncgros. Hancock
sails in a few days with Nebraska and
other troops. Oris.
IxMK)N, June 9. fapecial dispatches
from Manila said it was reported there I
that Aguiualdo had dissolved the Philip
pine congress and has proclaimed him- J
self a dictator. j
Manila, June 9. The United States
j cruiser Boston, Captain W. H. Whiting,
sailed lor ban .fcrancisco, by way of
Japan, with long service officers and
men from the various American war
ships The battleship Oregon, it was ex
pected, will soon be stationed off Da
guepan, iu the gulf of Liugaytm, on
The United States eunboat Albauv.
one of the vessels purchased from the
Spaniards aud commanded by Ensign
V. H. Staudley," captured three sailing
vessels and one steamer off the island
of Negros. Nine of these boats (of the
Albany class) were in commission aud
ere doing good service in tnc shallow
waters of the southern islands.
Favorable reports were being received
from the party of 13 Americans belong
ing to the gunboat Yorktown, headed
by Lieutenant J. C. Gilmore of that
vessel, captured on April 12 by the Fili
pinos, not far from Baler. " The prison
trs were all well and were receiving
Moier .started For Madrid.
San Sebastian, Spain, June 9. The
newlv appointed United States minis
ter to Spain, Mr. Bellamy Storer,
started for Madrid.
Urjuu Addressed the Woodmen.
Kansas City, Juue 9. Eight thou
sand Modern Woodmen of America
lined up for the grand aunual parade of
tho order. Tins parade passed through
tho principal streets and disbanded at
Convention hall, where an address was
delivered by W. J. Bryan."
Degree Conferred ou Judge l)aj.
New Yokk, Juue 9. At the aunu.il
commencement of tho New York uui
versity the honorary degree of doctor ot
laws was conferred on the Hon. Will
iam R. Day. former secretary of state
and re.iee commissioner.
Lieutenant Colonel MunU Died.
PiiiLiDELViiii, June 9. Lieutenant
Colonel Louis Thompson Morris, U. S.
A., died at his home hero of Bright's
disease and dropsy. He will be buried
on Saturday iu Arlington cemetery,
soldier Hied of I'eer.
Wamhmiton, Juue 9. Gen. Brooke
at Havana rep irted to the war depart
meut that Private Charles Woodfin,
Company A, Fif teeutli infantry, died of
yellow f"ier at Puerto Principe, Juno 4.
I'ood Int estimation Closed.
Chicaoc), June !. The pure food m
estigating committee closed its work
iu Chicago for the present. Several
manufacturers testified that a combina
tion of reputable dealers hid been
formed several years -ago for the pur
pose ot preventing the use of adulter
nits In the manufacture of candies.
Countess lsterliazy Duoieed.
Pauis, June 9. The civil tribunal of
the Seine granted a divorcs to Countess
?--() 'mlc Clinrit.
I had just seated myself at the table
in the teaioom of a down town dry
good" store the other day when a well
dresst'd man came iu with three little
children, two girls and a boy. Notic
ing carelessly that the children were
not dresstd onite so well as the man
who had charge of them, J wondered a
little. I observed they took places near
the table where I was seated.
"Now be sure you all behave proper
ly and eat enough." the man said, "and
Then he ordered all sorts of things
for them, unci very hungry they seem
ed, too, eating a most elaborate Innch
eou, while the man tasted nothing.
Along abont ice cream time I heard
him say, "Sit quiet a minute, and I will
come back." Then he slipped out in the
crowd near the railing and went down
the elevator. In a short tune the head
waiter came up to.the table and asked
anxiously of the happy trio:
"When is your papa coming back?"
"Oil. he isn't our papa," chorused
the joyous three. "We don't know who
he is. He just asked us when we were
looking in the windows if we wanted u
good dinner, and wo said yes, and he
said. 'Come along, then," and biought
ns np here." Then the children went
down the elevator and the house charged
something to the off side of the ac
eonuts. Chicago Times-Herald.
Her Grent Xeed.
"Tell him to wait."
Mrs. Golddecker waved aside the
maid, and, rising anxiously, looked out
on upper Fifth avenue from the win
dow of her just completed nineteenth
century palace. She was wondering
whether his man, for whom she had
sent, possessed at last the one secret
that conid make herhappj'. She paused
for a moment, nerving herself inwardly
to encounter disappointment in case it
shonld come, and then, in full control
of herself, she prepared to descend.
Leaving her boudoir, with its $109,000
bedstead, she passed the diamond and
sapphire inlaid bathroom, with its gold
faucets glittering in the electric light,
and, stepping into the cut glass eleva
tor, was whirled rapidly downward to
the first floor. Stepping lightly over the
$1,000,000 rug in the reception hall
and brushing abstractedly against the
$2,000,000 tapestries in the drawing
room, she passed through a long passage
into the waiting room in the rear of the
house, where a tall, dignified foreigner
stood np and bowed respectfully as she"
"Can yon make good bread?" ehe
asked. Cri t eri on.
IIIk Up the Dnnt.
A Mississippi ieditor makes this ap
peal to delinquent subscribers: "Fish
down into your pocket and digupdnst.
Theeditcris hungry nnd the paper 'bout
to bust. We've trusted you for several
months and done it with n smile, bo jnst
return the compliment and trust us for
awhile. Our wifo she needs some stock
ings, and baby needs a dress, Jimmy
needs somo breeches, and bo do Kate
and Bess. Pud is on tho hog train and
ITS REMARKABLE REPUTATION
Because of its uniform quality. Every
can guaranteed by our Trade-Mark.
' QUALITY WINS.
"To the VICTOR belong the Spoils.'
Best Grocers Everywhere.
Peggy sick with grief, and, good gesh
almighty, can't yon give a man relief?
Shell out those nickels and turn loose
the dimes, tnrn 'em looe and whistle,
and we'll have hetter times. There will
be fewer patches on the bosom of our
pants, and we'll make the paper better
if we, have half a chance. Don't give us
that old story, long gene to seed, 'bout
taking more family papers than the
family want to read, but help to feed
the printer, and he'll help our town to
grow, and thns escape the sulphur in
the reuions down below."
TIe IrtfcU Lnnprnnse.
It sounds profane to ask whether
our ancient tongue is worth preserving.
Yes, it is, even as a spoken language,
and mi well worth preserving that if
the effort be not made, and, with God's
blessing, made successfully, we should
be held accountable for casting frcm uh
what is, in the "natural order, apart
from the national spirit, the noblest in
heritance of onr race. '
It is the misfortune of many good
Irishmen to know nothing of the Irish
language, however anxious about it,
and," throngh an untoward history, it
is the way with many others to care
but little for its fate, becanse the in
vader has branded it as an inferior
tengne. Bnt it never happened tlu.t
any one competent to form an opinion
who knew Irish did not esteem it as a
noble vehicle of human thought and
The Onlj Cr.de.
"What is there that a man can do
which woman has been unable to ac
complish?" asked, Mr. Meekton's wife.
He was silent. .
"Leonidas." she said severely, "I
was addressing yon Is there anythiug
a man can do that woman cannot?"
"Well, Henrietta, you know that a
man can manage for $fi or $7 to get a
hat fit to wear on any occasion but
that's the only case I can think of,
Henrietta, wherein he possesses any ad
vantage whatever. " Washington Star.
Ml Worn Out.
She was resting when her dearest
feminine friend called.
"Thank he.nen!" she baid. "The 1st
of May is past. I have had a terribly
wearing two weeks looking at flats and
"But you had no intention of mov
ing, had you?"
. "Certainly not. But it's the only
time of the year when I can find out
all about what my friends and neigh
bors are getting." Chicago Post.
"Well, how do you like living iu the
"Fine. It's going to be a good thing
for me financially. Onr girl has decided
to leave and the lady who lives next
door says we'll never be able to get an
other to go out there to work. I shall
have $.) a week moro to spend for cigars
and things now." Chicago News.-
From n Chinese Standpoint.
"I nm afraid we are going to lose
some more territory." said the eminent
"Why so?" asked tho dowager em
"I see by St. Petersburg -and London
dispatches that the Russian bear and
the British lion are getting to.be real
HobMoit .Saluted liy rrnj.
It would seem that Lieutenant Hob
sou is taking the salutes for which,
equally with the Merrimac exploit, ha
is famous, by prosy these days. The
other day he was showing a party of
American women over tho Spanish
prize ships now lying in dock at his
poit. Said the hero of the Menimac,
pointing to a large hole in the casing
of one of the vessels, "That was done
by one of cur shells!" For a few mo
ments his companions gazed in admira
tion on the havoc wrought by tho pro
jectile; then, giving way to their feel
ings, they fell on their knees and hys
terically kissed the jagged edges of the
aperture. Hongkong Letter in Chi
"Yon are so preoccupied sometimes,"
taid Mrs. Vonrthly, "that I don't feel
safe iu letting you go out nlone."
"That is to say, my dear," replied
the Rov. Dr. Fourthly, with his benev
olent smile,, "when my mind wanders,
as it does occasionally, somebody ought
to go along with it." Chicago Tribune.
A TTiT?TY "TT?QTjTT)nr
A LI ML J J 1 U-LdU OXlA UK.
HE MADE RAPID TIME FROM MONTE -
VIDEO TO PERNAMBUCO.
The Fent sound Ineredllile. bnt the
llrnliir lit til. I.l,,r f'lol. Tnlil I
Clrenu.-tantlnl Stor, :,...! Oi.pln)-
cd n Norn enlr- of the Hi cut.
"The sped atiained by south Atlan
tic shaiks in their effoits to arrive at
desired points within the least possible
space of time," said No. IS, who used
to be in the navy and is now a clerk in
the navy department, addre-sing the
last meeting of the WashiugtoTLiars'
club, "lias long been a subject of scien
tific investigation. I don't know the
exact number of knots they have been
found to make within the space of an
ordinary four Ijonr watch, but if a
south Atlantic shark ean't beatan'alba
trosswhen it comes to speed I'll eat my
bag and hammock and ditty box.
"Now, there are some sharks down in
the south Atlantic that don't like to
find themselves too near the equatorial
waters, and yet they want to have plen
ty of room to prowl. They've got the
temperature of water that suits them
best figured out to a nicety, and they
know that on the other side of the equa
torial line there's jnst as good water,
and water of the same degree of tem
peratme, as that in which they're fool
ing around when they get to thinking
on this subject.
"Well, what do they do when they
get to worrying over the cramped space
in which they find themselves on one
side of the line or the other? Why,
they jnst make a dash across the line.
That's all. They know that the equa
torial line is a trocha of water that's a
heap too hct for their constitutions and
that they can't stand monkeying around
in the water on that line too long, and
so they just hop over it, licketty cut. so
fast that you can't see their fins for
"I remember once, when I was on
the old Ticouderoga, a thing happened
that gave ys h line on the speed of
sharks wheu they take it into their
heads to get speedy. We got into the
port of Montevideo one morning at 10
o'clock. It was on a Monday, April 12.
Montevideo harbor is full of sharks, and
the men forward got to fishing over the
side for them in order to get their spines
to make walking sticks of them. One
huge man eater was landed after great
difficulty with the combined strength of
the whole watch on deck, and he had to
be clubbed with belaying pins and cap
stan bars for an hour before bo gave up
and cashed in.
"Well, we cut him open, and, gentle
men, what do yon suppose we fonnd
inside of him? Why, as fine a gold
watch and chain as yon ever saw in
your lifel Not an ordinary minute and
second hand watch, but one of those
watches that give the date, the day of
tho week, the phases of the moon and
the whole thing. Well, sirs, you can
imagine our astonishment when we
snapped the case of this watch open
and found that it had stopped at exact
ly 4 p. in., April 11, the day before we
got into Montevideo.
"Tlie skipper of our ship reported I
this fact to the townspeople of 'Monte
video when he went ashoifl feeling con
fident that some prominent citizen Qf
that town had inadvertently permitted
himself to be made a meal of by an
epicurean shark. He naturally conclud
ed that the victim must have been a
prominent citizen to pack such a swell
timepiece aronnd with him. Nobody
was missing out of the population of
Montevideo, and the thing looked al
"Well, we remained m tho harbor of
Montevideo for six weeks making re
pairs, and in that time tne shark and
watch incident was practically forgot
ten. We were just upon the point of
pulling out for" northern waters when
the British ship Cardiff, 'from Pernam
bnco, Brazil, put into Montevideo. The
Cardiff's mate was in command, and
ho had a queer story to tell of how the
command had fallen to him. It seems
that on April 11 the skipper, returning
to the ship from Pernambuco in his
long boat, had slipped in stepping on
to the float leading to the ship's gang
way tind fallen into the water. Before
the boat's crew had a chanco to pull
him back into the stern sheets there
was a swish and the skipper was being
packed off in the jaws of a gigantic
"You'll remember that this happened
on the afternoon of April 11. Well,
there wouldn't have been anything re
markablo about this if the mate in com
mand of the Cardiff hadn't happened to
mention that the skipper had a valu
able watch on his person when tho
shark got him. Onr commanding officer
heard about this, and he looked up tho
mate and asked him what kind of a
watch it was. The mate exactly de
scribed the watch that we had taken
out of the shark's stomach in Monte
video on the morning of April 12, and
when our skipper showed it to him he
instantly identified it.
"Now, all that anybody who doubts
this has got to do iu order to find out
how many thousand miles Pernambuco
is from Montevideo is to measure the
icale on tho atlas of South America.
That shark only-hit the high places in
jumping from Pernambuco to Monte
video, and if there's any donbter of this
narration here present, why, here's the
shark's spine," and No. 18 of the Liars'
club held up a 25'cent malacca stick.
Tiie quarterly medal was bestowed
upon No. 18 by unanimous vote.
Itis said by nn Atchison cynic that
as soon as a woman is a widow she loses
all fixedness of purpose and can be turn
ed in her plans as easily as the weather
cock on a burn. The women will sniff
at it, but a woman who has once had a
husband to do the deciding is at a dis
advantage when she has no one to blaze
fie way. Atchison Globe.
A Neighborhood Trnffedy.
"We lwight a lawn mower at
'"Well, that was all right, wasn't
"All right? Maria says it is our old
ono which they borrowed and never re
turned." Detroit Free Pres-p.
Cheshire cheese owes its excellence
partly to geological causes, tho red
Miidstono- and bowlder clay, with its
immense salt deposits, of which the.
country is formed, prodncing a herbage
peculiarly suited for cheese production.
! SHAW'S PURE MALT, always
reliable, strictly pure, safe for medi-
cinal as well as for social uses.
144 South Howard st.,
3 Flnk N. FllCtlS. TfaTlSfer
Coal, transfer and general teaming:,
rubber tire coaches for funerals,
weddujs, dances, moving vans,
wagonettes, oaad wagons.
506 Uncoil St., Tel. 564.
Office, Second floor, Palmer Block.
No. 168 S. Main St.
First staiiway north of the I.O.O.F.
Thursday, June 15, nt the stable ot the
Dickson Transfer Co.. lift X. High st, Akron,
O.. one car loud of Ashland county horses.
Horses 111 1k nt staoles two daj s hefore
dateof sale. A trial given with eneh horse
sold. Sale to commence ut one o'clock p.m.
T. H. BEAVERS fc CO.
For Drags, Prescriptions, Fancy
Articles and Cigars come to the
INJoviw Drug Store
At Ho. 1123 S. Main St., Tel. 1372
ROSS BALYEAT, Proprietor
CUTTING SCHOOL REOPENED
Mrs. B. C. Gingell has reopened
her Cutting and Dressmaking School
and will teach one of the latest
systems. She is located at 408
.Everett block, where she will be
pleased to see all former patrons.
The coin ti Hi Room
No. 19U South Howard st.
Serves the best Java and Mocca
Coffee with cream for
Also a full stock of Imported and Domestic
Cigars, Tobaccos and Cigarettes.
Sam C- 'XA'l-ii-fcelatA-
Commencing Saturday, Steamers
will run daily at 8 a. m. and 1 p.m.,
Sundays 9 a.m. and 1 ::!0p.m. to Long
Lake Park. Everything in first-class
order. New boats, new management.
Make dates for day or night excur
sion, lish fry or parties with J. D.
Kacsinger or S. i!sT. "Wilson. Tel. 274.
Phone 289 for Good Ice Cream.
We have a
FRENCH CANDY MAKER &
MAKER OF ICE CREAM
And our cream is second to none.
Now quarters, everything new.
See onr California Cherries.
" IV. Uaskaris Co.
I6S S. Howard st.
We carry the largest and most com
plete line of foreign and domestic
brands of cigars at all prices to be
found in Akron; also a full line of
smoker's articles. Our goods are thl
best to be found in the market.
161 S. Howard St. Arcade Bldg. Tel. 768.
. . F"0 U Sl O S3 . .
Machine & Pattern Works.
Castings of every description in iron nnd
brass for structural machine or mold worfc.
Machine and pattern work. Phone 691
Cor Exchange and "Water Sts.
Fresh Every Day-Home Made-Extra
Fine Strictly Pure
Also fine line of fancy cjmdies. Let us
furnish your baked goods
CLARK & OO.
122 S. Main s-fc.
J. K. WILLIAMS
General Machine AVork 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
. Citawba Pure, Catawba A, Port,
S-ect, Ives Seedling...
Always on hand. All orders promptly filled.
Special attention given to all mail orders.
Kelly's Island, 0.
You arc cordially Invited to visit...
XilS BANK GAF-E
The finest Restaurant in Akron.
sHWFn ) Fine Imported and
at all Domestic WefGoods
hours ) and Cigars...
Under Central Savings Bank.
JOHN K0ERBER, Prop.
HU rffc. Tk uuui, TOU3,
moving vans, general I
R - a B m teamlnff and trnn.
I in tiiis, ircei hqu irunjaeuvery,i6ea I
' Stnble. Pomnt sprvtro. nnnnlni- nrinoa I
r.i4n i"..i -... i
, -iiitr i-uriirruuuiii auu unerry streets.
-iiiim' 7 iv vtnerrj r street.
r The Purest and Finest
. BEER Imported
BRAU . .
(Nuenchen) always on draught.
THE ATLANTIC GARDEN
Cor. Main and E. Market Sts.
DETTLING BROS., Props.
Randolph park theator opens Sat
urday ovening, June 10th.
(2) 1 lift Mini 1
RAILROAD TIME TABLES
t Daily; nil others dally except Sunday.
Central Standard Time.
CLEVELAND, AKROX & COLUMBUS.
Union Depot, Market St.
From Jllllersuurg only.
Columbus fast mail
Ool.-Cin. fast mull
No. iSH Col.-Cin. express (-H) .
ERIE RAILROAD CO.
Erie Depot, Mill gt.
Time Card: Sec. II, 19.
No If Express........
No 5f Limited vestlbule.....
No l.r To Akron only
oi3 nuruington special ttt) 12:22 pm
No sf Pacific express... 6:52 nm
No 37 Accommodation..
. 6:40 am
. 1:2U inn
. 8:l am
No si Limited vestibule
No 12 Express... .
No 4f New York special
No lttf Chautauqua express
.s u ..-, .Lcuiiiiuouuuon .
(rf) Except Monday and dava nter hn
O, T. &V. R. R.
How. St. Union
1 :10 pm
No 46 .
No 6 .
No 10 .
No 8 .
No 8 .
No 9 .
No 47 .
.. 8:42 am 9:05 am
12:01 pm 12:18 pm
... 4:20 pm 4:55pm
iu:tH pm ii:iapm
. 7:35 pm 7:50 pm
WHEELING A LAKE ERIE R'Y.
Myron T. Herrick, Robert Blickensderfer,
receivers. Time card: Nov. 17, 1898.
Nol No8 No 3
Toledo (Union depot)Lv 7:15
Valley A unction
Lv 6:30 am
Spencer . 10:15
Toledo (Union depot)Ar ISO pm
11. ii. uooin.
General Traffic Manager,
J. F. Townsend,
Assistant General Passenger Agenr.
THE NORTHERN OHIO RAILROAD.
Time Card. Dee. 19, 1898.
Depot North Main Street.
Depart No. 1 ,,, , 7:50 am
. 5:00 pm
. 4:11) pm
. .10:30 am
PITTSBURG & WESTERN R. R.
Union Depot, Market street.
Leave for the East.
No. 6 Vestibule limited 1:55 am
No. 46 Pittsburg express 6:10 am
No. 4 Pittsburg mall. 1:10. pm
No. 10 Washington Express from. C.
T..S: V. R.R. Howard st. station 4:2opm
Arrive from the East.
No. 3 Western mail .11 :53 cm
No. 47 Chicago expresss. 7:25 pin
No. 5 Vestibule limited 11:09 pm
No.9CIeve. Express, ar. C. T. V.
R. Howard St. ctnMnn , ,,. 9:30 nm
BALTIMORE & OHIO
No. 6 Vestibule limited ..ll:15am
No. 7 Akron-Chicago fast mall 10:10 am
No. 47 Chicato express . 7:'V pr.
Arrive from the west.
No. 6 Vestibule limited 1:50 am
No. 46 Pittsburg express... 6:05 am
No. 8 Chicago-Akron fast mail 8:10 pm
AKRON, BEDFORD & CLEVELAND R.R.
Waiting Room, North Howard St.
Time Card. May 27, 1699.
Cors leave Akron 5:S0 a.m.. every half
hour; 6:3) a.m. until 7 p.m. and at S, 9 and
Leae Cleveland 5 a.m.. every half hour:
6 a.m. until 8 p.m nnd at 9, 10 and 11:10 pun.
T establish the grade upon McGowan
street, from Johnston street to
Section I. Be It ordained by the City
Council of the city of Akron, that the grade
upon McGowan street, from Johnston street
to Gage street, be and the same is hereby
established In reference to nnd above the
city dntum plane as follows, to-wlt:
At the center of Johnston street, S2I.00
At the center of Corley street, 326.75 feet.
At the center of Gage street, 82L75 feet,
with true planes connecting adjacent eleva
tions. Section 2. That thU ordinance shall take
effect upon its passage. -
Passed June 5th, 1S99.
Chns. H. Isbell, E. P. Sprigle.
City Clerk. Prest City Council.
Approved by the board of City Commis
sioners. Chns. H.Isbell Clerk.
To license and regulate bill posting,
bill distributing and general adver
tising. Section 1. Be it onlained by the council of
the city of Akron, Ohio, that it shall be un
lawful fornny person or corporation to en
gage In or carry on the business of bill post
ing, painting nnii posting signs for ndvertls
lnir nurno-es. distributing bills or advertis
ing matter of any kind, tacking cards and
adertiIng matter of any article or com
pound which hns not been manufactures or
compounded within the corporate limits of
Akron, Summit county. Ohio, without tirt
hning obtained a licence front tuotttoyor
of said city toiloMi. -?T ' "
Sec. 2. Before iulng such license the
maj or shnll demand and receive from the
person applying therefor, the- sum of fifty
ISO) dollnrs. nnd unon nnvment of such sum
of money it shall bo the duty of the mayor
to Issue to such person n license for the per
iod Of one year from the date thereof, nnd
express nuthority.ls hereby given to the
mayor to grant and Issue such license and
revoke the same.
See. 3. Said licensee, his ngents nnd em
ploves. i hlle engaged In the act of bill post
ing, painting and porting signs for advertis
ing purposes, distributing bills, tacking up
cards for ndertlslng purposes, nnd adver
tising matter of any article .or compound
within the corporate limits of said city, shall
while so engaged, wear a badge with the
following words, printed thereon In large
letters. "Licensed Advertiser," with the
name of the licensee. Said badge to K
worn conspicuously upon the person and
furnished at the expense of the licensee.
Sect. It shall be unlawful for any per
son or persons. lirm or corporation toader
tlse upon any street, alley or public place or
the city of Akron, by menus of any covered
wngon or other vehicle wherein any liell or
other device is placed for the purpose of at
tracting attention l.i noise.
See.S. Any jierson vlolntlng any ot the
prolslonsof section one (11 nnd section
four (11 of this ordinance shall be lined not
les-. than live (Si dollars nor more than
twenty-live (25) dollars for each and every
olTense. and ouch day's coutlnuence In nets
and deeds for which n license Is required
w ithout obtaining the same, shall be a sepa
rate offense; provided that any conviction
hereunder nnd payment of line shall not
exempt such offender from the payment of
the license fee required.
Sec. 6. Nothing In this ordinance shall bo
construed to authorise the mayor to exact
and receive a license fee from merchants
doing business In this city, for advertising
their own business.
ec.7. That all ordinances and sections of
ordinances Inconsistent with the provision
oft his ordinance are hereby repeuled.
See.;.. This ordinance shall go .into full
force and elf. ct from and after the earliest
time allowed by law.
Tassed Juno 5th. WW.
t'lms. II. Isbell. K. 1. Sprigle.
Cltv clerk. Vros't cl ty council.
Approved bv the Hoard of City Commis
sioners. Chns. II. Isbell, clerk.
lrof. Fazzoni, of Pittsburg, will
civo another exhibition of .fireworks
Saturday night at Randolph Park.
Don't miss seeing it.
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