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THE DAILY DEMOCRAT
Edw. S. Harler Fred W. Gayer
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TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL
MONDAY, JUNE 12
Just about the time Senator For
aker considered himself comfortably
seated in the Hanna band wagon he
was ignominiously kicked out.
The League of American Munici
palities has honored Mayor Young
by asking him to prepare a paper to
be read before its Syracuse conven
tion next September. The Mayor
addressed the League last year at
Detroit and that his effort was very
well received'is evidenced by a sec
ond invitation to speak.
Hansa's vulgar denunciation of
the independent men -who have been
trying to reform his party has caused
a storm 4n. Ohio politics such as it
will be difficult for the boss-ridden
craft, piloted by Hanna, to -weather.
True political reform cannot be
beaten down with a club, nor its
advocates disconcerted by sneers
A delegation favorable to Col.
Kilbourne was elected at the Franklin
county Democratic primaries last
Saturday. The Columbus Press-Post
insists that despite the outcome of
the primaries, Congressman John J.
Lentz is still a receptive candidate
for Governor, and that the state con
vention alone is "competent to pass
upon the relative merits of Messrs.
Lent'z and Kilbourne, as presented
by their friends."
Local Republican politicians are
making a forlorn effort to decide the
contest for the Senatorial nomina
tion by arbitration. Both Col. Sieber
and Senator Alexander have well
matured ambitions to wearthe toga,
and this attempt to settle matters by
arbitration is nothing if not unique.
In the Democratic party such a con
test would be determined by the peo
ple. But since Republican differ
ences are not settled that way, why
don't Messrs. Sieber and Alexander
appeal at once to the only authorized
supreme court of party authority, to
the Hon. Marcus A. Hanna?
Administbation organs, led by
the Chicago Times-Herald, and
urged on by Senator Hanna, have be
gun an organized attack upon Senator
Foraker's record as a public officer
and politician, for the purpose of
retiring him to private life. Foraker
is now paying the penalty of his
fatal hesitation two years ago, when
a word from him would have made
his own following supreme in the
Republican party of Ohio by the
defeat of Hanna for Senator. But
Foraker hesitated, and the man
whose political future he had it in
his power to make or unmake now
overmatches him in political
strength and is determined upon his
After washing once with Fels
Naptha soap, you -ttrpuld nt
go back to common soap for
$i a week.
Your grocer has it : 5 c. If you
don't agree, he returns your
Fcls.& Co, oaken, Philadelphia.
Will be Employed as Section Hands
by the Erie.
Fifty Italians are expected to ar
rive in Akron this evening. They
will come from Chicago and will be
employed as section hands on the
local division of the Erie road. Part
of their outfit, comprised of cooking
utensils and provisions, arrived Sat
Everybody's liable to itching piles.
Rich and poor, old and young
terrible the torture they" suffer. Only
one sure cure; Doan's Ointment.
Absolutely safe; can't fail.
Sid Morey's orchestra plays for
Dancing afternoon and evening at
the Gorge. tf
- B. P. 0. E. Carnival, Youngstown, 0.
On June 19, 20 and 21, the Erie will
sell you tickets to Youngstown and
return for $1.10, good until June 24.
$3.00 Niagara Falls and Return. $3.00
via Erie R. R. 4:25 p.m., June 22.
Tickets good Ave days. Secure
sleepers of W. E. Langdon, agent.
Abreast of the times the Jahant Hot
The Jahant Co.,
166 South Howard St.
Of Departed Members of
Beautiful Services at the High Street
The first annual memorial services
and thirty-fourth anniversary ser
vice of the Akron Knights of the
Maccabees was held Sunday at 2
o'clock at the High Street Temple.
The interior of the edifice was most
beautifully decorated with ever
greens, palms and plants. Red, white
and black bunting, the colors of the
order were quite conspicuous in the
form of a canopy.
The memorial sermon, "The True
Philosophy of Life," was delivered
by Rabbi S. E. Philo in an interest
ing and eloquent manner.
Addresses were made by Sir
Knights Auditor L. E. Sisler and
Mayor W. E. Young. Selections by
an orchestra composed of Messrs.
Mottiuger, Grove, Caskey and Sigel,
opening and closing odes by the
K. O. T. M. band, hymns by the
choir, solos by Messrs. E. A. Upham
and Bruce "Wilson and the memorial
service by the orchestra,- choir and
Rabbi Philo constituted the exer
cises. The services Sunday were held in
memoriam of the following departed
brothers and sisters:
Akron tent, No. 126 Sir Knights
A. G. Spidel, H. E. Sears, C. Roundy,
F. M. Becker, "Win. Mueller, J. Street,
Mr. Rockwell ;Tip Top tent No. 242
Sir Knight James AV. Gormley ; Busy
Bee Hive, No. 35 Jennie Rouch,
Mary Cramer, Fina L. Purdy; Kate
Byers, Lucy Kauth; Protection
-Hive, No. GO Magdalena Kidder,
Mary Jones, Ida Alderfer, Jennie
Renner Taylor, Lucy Hart, Sarah
Mooney, Elsie Marquis.
Modern Woodmen of America.
Security Camp is in a fine.condi
tlon and is taking in members at the
rate of three per week. The M."W.A.
is the largest fraternal insurance so
ciety in the United States, and one
of the cheapest. Plenty of work for
next Tuesday night, so turn out and
help to 'do it.
W. V. R. U.
Lincoln Union held a very inter
esting meeting in their hall Thurs
day. There were a good many sis
ters present. Two more applications
were asked for and granted. The
ladies of the "W.V.R,U. will give an
ice cream, cake and strawberry so
cial at Mrs. Chas. Rodenbaugh's, 201
Carroll street next "Wednesday, and
all the sisters are requested to fur
I. 0. F.
Court Pride will meet Friday eve
ning. Let every member be present,
as business of great importance will
be brought before the order. Four
applications will be presented.
A large delegation from Glennville
visited Akron lodge last Monday
evening, giving an entertainment
for the Akron lodge which was high
ly enjoyable' to all present. A sub
stantial lunch was given the Gleu
A large lodge will be instituted in
Shelby, Ohio, within a, few days.
A large lodge was instituted in
Anderson, Ind., last Monday night.
Supreme Medical Examiner Jacobs
was in Columbus last week attend
ing the national convention of phy
sicians. Deputy Freebourgis again at work
in Cleveland and is meeting with
The team from Akron lodge visited
the lodge in "Warren last Thursday
Akron lodge will meet tonight
Several applications will be read and
five are to be initiated. Other busi
ness of importance will be transacted
that will concern all. There will be
election of officers, with lots of good
timber to pick from, and as we wast
the best set of officers we urge all
members to be present. The picnic
season has opened. Let us start, the
movement for a rousing union picnic
to be held hi ttie near future. "What
sick we have are all getting along
nicely. Come one and all and have a
good time tonight.
Knights and Ladies of Security.
Summit lodge will meet "Wednes
day at 7:30. All members are in
vited to attend. The new badges
have arrived and they are beauties.
As there, is important business at
hand, it is advisable for every mem
ber to be at the hall.
Ladies Aid Society S. of V.
Attention! Avery imprtant busi
ness meeting is to be held this Tues
day. Discussions will arise which
need the opinion ot every member.
Come and you will see the useful
ness as well as the beautiful effect of
our new balloting system, as an ap
plication is ready to be acted upon.
Wo expect this Tuesday to be a
rally day, a meeting that will bring
the members together for the sum
mer work. Be at the hall by 7:30
p.m. so as not to miss roll call.
0. R. C.
Star and Crescent Coinmandery
had an unusually large attendance at
Inst meeting. After t ho business
meeting the team drilled for nn hour
while other members enjoyed an
hour of social talk. One member was
reported sick and one death occured
6ince last-meeting. The membership
is increasing by application and the
prospect for the commandery s most
encouraging. Through some mistake
the idea has gone out that the funer
al benefit of f30 had been suspended,
which is not true. Two orders for $30
each were drawn at last meeting.
New regalia has been furnished.
Laid by the Akron People's
Line of the Pipes From Mill to
The Akron People's Telephone
company commenced active opera
tions on the construction of its sys
tem Saturday evening at six o'clock.
A gang of 100 or more men was
started to work in Bank alley. In a
remarkably short time a trench had
been dug from Mill to Market streets.
Iu this eight conduits were placed.
These will take care .of 800 tele
phones. The wires from all the hus
iuess houses on that block will run
through the conduits. By Monday
morning the alley had again been
opened for traffic. The pipes Ml the
East Ohio Gas company were placed
in the same trench, above the con
duits of the telephone company. It
was necessary to do the workon Sun
day, in order to avoid closing the al
ley for business.
No attempt was made by the Cen
tral Union Telephone company to in
terfere with the work. It had been
rumored that as a last resort this
company would seek an injunction
on the ground that the franchise of
the Akron People's Telephone com
pany was illegal. By doing this it
was hoped to delay work temporar
ilo. There is no doubt as to the val
Ity of the ordinance granting the in
dependent company the right to use
The .work of conduiting will now
be pushed forward as rapidly as
possible until the entire system is
When You Ride Your Wheel
Always shake Into your shoes Allen's Foot
Ease, a powder for the feet. It keeps your
feet cool, prevents sweating feet, and makes
your endurance ten-fold greater. Over one
million wheel people are using Allen's Foot
Ease. They all praise It. It gives rest nnd
comfort to smarting, hot, swollen, aching
feet, and is a certain cure for ingrowing
nail. At all druggists and shoe stores. 25c.
Sample FREE by mall. Address, Allen S.
Olmsted, I Roy, N. Y.
Dancing at the Gorge
every week day afternoon and
Sales This Year Surpass All Previous
"The strawberry crop this year has
been something remarkable," said a.
a down-town grocer this morning.
"The berries are particularly fine,
and there never was a better demand
for them. On Saturday evening I
sold 15 bushels. My strawberry
trade this year will amount to almost
$800. The season this year will be
about three months. Last year Isold
about $600 worth of the luscious
There are over 140-retail grocers in
Akron. Suppose they, all did that
well. At the end of the season the
receipts from all the berries sold
would aggregate about $112,000, or
about one-fourth' what it will cost
Mark Hanna to run the state cam
paign this fall.
After you have concluded thnt you ought
not to drink coffee. It Is not n. medicine,
but doctors order it because It Is healthful
Invigorating nncl appetizing. It Is made,
from pure grains, nnd has that rich seal
brown color nnd tastes like the finest crudes
of coffee, nnd costs about one-qunrter as
much. Children like it nnd thrive on it, be
cnuse it is a genuine food drink, containing
noniing uut nourisnment. ask your grocer
for Grnin-O, the new food drink. 15 and 25c.
For fine plumbing call on C. M.
Oberlin for prices.
Large Crowds Witnessed the Sons of
A large crowd was at Randolph
park Sunday to witness the drilling
of the Sons of Veterans rifles. Com
pany drills were held both in the
forenoon and afternoon on the ball
The drilling was done by -Lieut.
Arthur L. Conger, of the 18th U. S.
Infantry, who is now home on a fur
lough. He was to have addressed the
Sons of Veterans in theafternoou,but
instead gave them another drill.
Saturday afternoon at 3:30 the com
pany left the city and marched to the
park. But two stops were made
the first after North Hill had been
climbed, and the second at Cuya
hoga Falls. The journey was made
in about, two hours. Lieut. Conger
mprched with the company, anout40
members of which were in line.
Saturday night the company slept
in camp at the park. All returned
to the city in the c,arn Sunday even
ing. The display of fireworks given in
Crystal hike Saturday, evening was
beautiful and unique. All who wit
nessed it were delighted.
This tablet will NOT cure the
liquor habit. It is especially pre
pared to relieve that depressed feel
ing after a night's carousal. It
makes '-big neau" impossible, .ana
causes one to awake, "next morn
ing," refreshed .ind invigorated.
This is a great remedy for hard
drinkers. It will counteract the
effect of liquor on the system if
taken regularly. 25 cents at all drug
gists or mailed, on receipt oi price.
Formula C for vomiting and weak
stomach, 25 cents. Drs. Barton &
Benson, 31 Bar-Ben Block, Cleve
Sold in Akron by John Lamparter
& Co., Dutt's Pharmacy, F. A.
Uollins fc (Jo., ana all druggists.
COMMITTEE OF THREE
Will Settle the Street Car Employes
Contrary to all expectations, the
wage question between the company
and employs of the A.&C.F.R.T.Co,
was not settled Saturday evening,
The arbitrator, Lorenzo Orr, and the
executive committee, Frank E. Wel-
ton and John B. Fitzgerald, could
not agree on terms of settlement, but
instead, agreed to leave the matter
to thr?e disinterested-parties.
The committee of three will
likely be appointed this evening.
The company and employes are
agreeable to having the matter de
cided by the disinterested committee.
Cure that ingrown toe nail by using
"Dr. Marvel's Ingrown Toe Nail
Remedy" price 25c. For sale by all
Mayor to Address League.
Mayor Young has been invited to
prepare a paper for the convention of
the League of American Municipal!
ties, to be held at Syracuse, N. 'Y.
Sept. 19 and 22.
WHEAT 70 CENTS.
June 12, 3 p.m. Butter, creamery
20 to 22c, country 15 to 18c; cooking 10c
lard lpc; eggs 18c; chickens, 15c per
Corn, ear 23c to 25c par bushel,
shelled 45o: oats 33c to 37c; hay 55c
to 65c a hundred ; straw 30c to -10c a
Potatoes 50c per bushel.
Lettuce 8 to 10c per pound. Head
New onions, three bunches for 5c.
Asparagus 8c a bunch.
Radishes, two bunches for 5c",
Strawberries, 4 to 10c qt.
Cucumbers, 5c piece.
Spinach 20c a peck.
Pie Plant, 3 bunches for 10c.
Wax Beans 25c a measure.
Tomatoes, 20e per ft.
New beets, 5c, 0 for 25c.
Summer squash, 10c to 15c a piece.
New potatoes, 40c a peck..
Peas, 10c a measure.
"Wheat 70c; oats 30c to 33c; corn,
ear, 20c; corn, shelled, 40c: hay, $10.
to $11; rye, 58c.
Butter, creamery, 15 to 17c; country
10c; lard, Gc; eggs, 13 to 14c;
chickens, live 9c, dressed lie.
Navy beans, $1.34, $1.40; marrowfat
beans $1.50, $1.65.
Potatoes, 25 to 30c a bushel.
Cured hides, No. 1, 8 No. 2, 8c,
green,No. 1, 7Kc, No. 2 6Cc, cured
calf skins, No. 1, 10Jc, No. 2, 9c;
green, No. 1, 9c; No. 2, 8c; tallow,
No. 1, 4c; sheep pelts,lamb skins,
Pork, dressed, 4c, live $3.50 to
$3.75; beef, dressed, 7c to 8)c; live
4c to 5c; mutton, live. 4Jc to 5c;
dressed, 9c to 10c; lamb, dressed,
lie live, 5 to 54 ; spring lamb, 14 to 15c ;
pork, loins, 8c ; veal, live 5c to 6
Sugar-cured ham, 9c" to 9c;
shoulder, 5c; Califonria ham,
6c to 6Jc ; bacon, 7c to 8c ; dried
beef, lie to 15c; lard, simon pure,
6J4'cintub;6c in tierces; country
kettle 5c; pure lard. 5sc.
S is more or less a very slow process, H
B according to the severity of the 5
5 sickness. Vitality, when at a low 5
js ebb, works at a great disadvantage,
S and more time is required to regain E
E the lost strength and power. E
E produces marvelous results in such
E cases. The richness of the malt E
E gives life to the blood and the hop E
principle gives tone to
the stomach creating E
both a desire for food E
and the ability to di- E
B At ill drug stores. 5
Notice of Appointment.
K-ImI' of Edinond Hwyer, deceavd.
Tliu undersigned has been appointed by
the J'rnlmtv court of (Summit county, Ohio,
ns t'xt'cutrlx of tliu citato of Kdmtmtl
Divycr, decensed. All persons Indebtud
to said eitiito are requested to make Im
mediate payment; and all persons having
claims acaliist bald estato arc requested to
present the same fornllowauco or rejection.
Dated this 12th dny of June A. D. 1809.
A. 25 PEE CENT ADVANCE.
Increase In AVages Granted by Manu
facturers to Amalgamated Iron
and Steel Workers.
Detroit, June 12. The wage confer
ence here came to an end.
The net result is that the iron and
steel workers get a general raise of 25
per cent for some 45,000 men.
A summary of the. increases in the
scale follows: Boiling rate fixed at $5
per ton on a 1 4-10 card. Muck or pud
dle mill meu, who previously received a
one-eighth rate, now get one-seventh
the base price of boiling. ScrappinR and
bnsheliug men get 25 per cent advance
on a 1 4-10 card. Busheling on sand
bottom receive an advance of 25 per
cent on a 1 4-10 card. The following
branches are raised in the same propor
tion of 25 per cent: Knobbling. lifting
slabs and shingling; bar aud l.-mch
mills and mills making a specialty of
working pipe- or sielp from iron and
steel; plate aud tank mills; also guide,
10-inch hoop and cotton tie mills.
At the conclusion of the conference
Mr. W. B, Taylor.chairmau of the con
ference, thanked the workers of the
committeo for their gentlemanly de
portment, business astuteness and for
the fact that they recognized the manu
facturers as friends and no longer as
enemies. President Shaffer of the
Amalgamated responded in a similar
vein, complimented the manufacturers
upon their fairness toward the interests
ot the employes.
The Amalgamated association's tin
plate committee will meet representa
tives of the American Tiuplate com
pany in Pittsburg next Wednesday.
TO CLEAR OUT THE OUTLAWS.
Posses Organized to Raid the Hole Id
the Wall, Wyoming.
Casper. "Wye, June 12. The "Hole
in the Wall," for years a refuge for out
laws, proniis-es to be cleared of its des
perate inhabitants. The daring robber
band which looted the Union Pacific ex
press at Kock Creek recently aud es
caped to the fastness of their dens in
the "Hoie in the Wall" in spite of the
fact that they were closoly pursued over
plain aud mountain, are to bo syste
niatically hunted to their death. To this
purpose the several railroad, managers
with mterests in tins state were origan.
izlug poshes. It was expected 200 men
will be engaged in the big man hunt.
ARBITRATION NOT IN DANGER.
A Denial of Such a lleport Sent From
The Haoue. June 12. An authorita
tive contradiction is given to the re
port that there is -grave danger of the
arbitration scheme failing.
It was pointed out that, although Ger
many may hesitate to recognize the
principle, she has not yet raised any
actual objections during the discussion.
I)eathsa From Starvation.
Victoria, B. C, June 12. Miners ar
rived here from the headwaters of the
ritewart river tell of a number of deaths
from starvation among the Indians.
They sacrificed an Indian girl to appease
the Great Spirit, and troops went from
Selkirk barracks to arrest them. Scurvy
was prevalent amoug the miners on the
Stewart and Zelwyn rivers, and three
deaths have resulted. Rich gold de
posits were found ou the Upper Stewart.
Washington, June 12. The Afro
Americaii Council of the United States
issued an appeal to the governors, legis
lators and judicial officers of the south
ern states "to" prevent lawlessness and
to secure to all citizens the protection
to which they are entitled under the
laws " Reference was made to the
burning of Sam Hose, the lynching of
Lige Strickland and the political riots
in South Carolina and North Carolina.
Papal Delegate For Canada Proposed.
Rome, Juno 12. The clerical H Oitta
dino of Genoa says the pope has de
cided to establish a permanent apostolic
delegation in Canada. Investigation
shows the statement of H Uittadino is
prematura. Arrangements to that end,
however, are in progress, and if car
ried out it Is understood Monsiguor
Zalewski, the apostolic delegate to
India, who is now in Rome, will be ap
pointed apostolic delegate to Canada,
VINDICATION FOE L0TJBET.
The Populace Cave nim a Great Ora
tion on His Way and rft
Loug Champ Itaces.
Paris, Juno 12. President Loubet
has had his revenge for the outrage at
Auteuil. When he drove to Long
Champ Sunday to attend the Grand
Prix he was the hero of a great popu
lar demonstration, expressing itself in
one foi-m or another along the whole
route from the Elysee palace (o the race
He remained just a quarter of an
hour, just long enough to witness the
race, anil having coufjratulated the
owner ot the winner, returned to the
Mysec, where he arrived without
M. Loubet practically drovo through
a double hedge of steel. A line of iu
fautry even stood arouudtho race course
between the public and the course, on
which no one was allowed to walk be
tween the rases, while several Republi
can guards potrolled the course itself.
The onlv grave incident of the day
occurred after the president had re
turned to the Elysee, at oue of the gar
den restaurants, tho Pavilion d'Armen
ondille, in the Allee de Long Cnamp.
About 5:15, when the establishment was
full of customers, somebody made an
objectionable remark concerning tho
president. Tho peoplo took sides and a
reRular tight ensued. Bottles, glasses
decanters, tables aud chairs were hurled'
At the sanio time a crowd of socialist
demonstrators arrived in tha vicinity,
and hearing that a row was in progress,
laid siege to the restaurant, shouting
"Vive la Republique." The throng
tmickly swelled to several thousands.'
The windows of. the cafe were smashed,
and the struggle was continued within.
Finally the mounted police arrived,
cleared the neighborhood and closed the
cafe. Several persons were injured, in
cluding a number of policemen.
More Striking at Humilo.
Buffalo, Juno 12. The strike of the
freight liandlers at tho Erio docks for
an advance of 1 cent au hour in wages
was . considered at a meeting of the
IVeight Handlers' union and u sym
pathetic btrike of the insido workers or
honsomen in all of tho freight housos
For JleConulck's Release.
Unionmown, Pa., June 12. Tho hear
ing of arguments in the caso of William
O. McConnick.'tho blind innrdoror of
Mrs. Monaghan to bo admitted to bail
was resumed Saturday, and finished
shortly beforo noon. Tho judgo took,
the papers under advisement, and will
render a decision this week. .,.
June 14 and 15
Upon 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 diseases 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 bn 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 bo treated
FREE upon tho 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 In
this strange power.
Private apartiyients have been
secured at the Hotel Buchtel, 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.
OHice hours, daily, except the
Sabbath, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday Ballplayers Arrested.
Detroit, June 12. At the close of
the ball game Sunday the sheriff noti
fied the players of both teams that they
were under arrest and ordered them to
report at tho jail. 'This they did and
were registered and released for ap
pearance before a justice today. The
sheriff will make Sunday's game a test
to see whether a conviction can be had
under the statute forbidding Sunday
A SURE RELIEF TO WOMAN for
all troubles peculiar tp her sex. larSend by
mail or from our Agent., SI.OO per box.
WILLIAMvS MFG. CO., Props., CLEVELAND. OHiO.
W1LUAMS' ARNICA AND WITOK
-JA7EI CIIWC SURE CURE fc:
0LD IN THE HEAD R A T A
mlall SKINEBUPTIONS-llkePlmple", Black
?cada. Hough Skin, Snnbnrn and Tan.
',ae per box by mall or from OUR A GHSA'T.
Williams Mffe. Co.. Fropi.. Cleveland, O.
h'ur sale by J. C. Day &Oo.. 210 W.
ComniencinE: Saturday, Steamers
will run flriilv at 8 a. in. and 1 P.m.,
Sundays 9 a.m. and 1:30p.m. to Long
Lake Park. Everything in nrst-ciass
order. New boats, new management.
Make dates for day or night excur
sion, fish fry or parties with J. D.
Kassinger or S. K. Wilson. Tel. 274.
Growers of Vftlra
Catawba Pure, Catawba A, Port,
Sweet, Ives Seedling:...
Always on hand. All orders promptly filled.
Special attention elven to all sail orders.
SCHAEDLER & RHEIN,
Kelly's Island, 0.
You are cordially Invited to visit...
XS BANK CA
The finest Restaurant in Akron.
meals ) Fine Imported and
atrall Domestic Wet Goods
hours ) and Cigars...
Under Central Savings Bank.
. JOHN K0ERBER, Prop.
A. D. ELLIS
Bff --k s moving vans, general
- m teaming nna irani-
frrlng, pnrcel nnd truuK delivery, feed
stable. 1'ompt sorvlee, populnr prices.
uiuco corner unnni tuui uuorry streets,
Htnblo 310 Cliorry street.
(2) l Ninety Mile l (j)
Street Car Magnates Must Rec
ognize the Union.
ARBITRATION BOARD IS ACTING.
Trying Hard to Settle the Trouble at
Cleelnl Conferences Ht Forest City
lloui-e Mrikert Declared Cars Should
Xot lttm (Her the ltoad.
Cleveland, June 12. The Big Con
solidated Street Railway company mado
no attempt to move cars Sunday. There
was, no activity about the barns or ter
minals, and the big crowds of strikers
and idlers that assembled saw nothing
to excite thcai.
A number of motormen, imported by
the company from other cities, were
taken to the Lakeview terminus of the
road Sunday and all that were not cap
tured by the strikers were housed there
for the night. It was said if the strik
ers did not return to work today, as no
tified by tho company, their places
wrould be filled as far as possible by new
men and an attempt made to move the
This, it was asserted, the strikers
would not permit, and, while they were
very quiet Sunday, there was appar
ently a grim determination on their
part to thwart the efforts of the com
panv to move cars.
There was some talk of a sympathy-
strike on tne part or tne employes oi tne
little Oontolidated company, bnt the
leaders of tho strike say they do not de
sire anything of the kind. On the other
hand they declare that it would only
injure tnem to tie up the other lines,
for it would lose them the sympathy of
the people, who have thus far put np
with inconvenience and annoyance good
naturedly. The police were preparing
for trouble and a large force of deputy
sheriffs were sworn in to assist in pre
serving order should tho emergency
There is a possibility that the street
railway men's strike may be settled by
arbitration, President Little, Member
Owen and Secretary Bishop of the state
board of arbitration arrived in the city,
coming at the request of President Ever
ett of tho Big Consolidated company.
Their arrival was a surprise to the strik
eers. An invitation was sent to Presi
dent Bryan and the executive board
of the street railway men's union to
hold a conference with the board at the
Forest City House.
A representative of the strikers left
the conference and hurried to the head
quarters of the union. ,He said: ''There
must be recognition of the union or
nothing. We will accept nothing else,
nor will we make any other terms, no
matter wJio may propose them or who
the arbitrators may be. Not a wheel
will turn on the Big Consolidated lines
tomorrow nu less the union is recog
nized. It transpired That the representaitves
of the strikers and those of the com
pany were in separato rooms. They
had not come together. The members
of the arbitration board go from one
room to the other in the attempt to
bring about an. agreement. It is not
probable that an agreement will be
reached, if at all, before morning.
There' were riotons demonstrations
Saturday over the few cars that wore
run, but none of a very serions nature.
i;x-Iuilge Ong Arrested.
Cl.s LLakd, June 13. -. 'Walter O.
Oug, who retired from the common
pleas bench several months ago, and
who has since become a voluntary bank
rupt, was arrested on the charge of em
bezzlement. The complaint is made
by Joseph Conrad, a client, who charges
that he converted to nis own use prop
erty of the complainant of the value of
$100. Judge Ong was prominent as a
witness m the proceedings which re
sulted in the disbarment of Judge Frank
Lentz Lost tho Delegation.
Columbus, June 12 Iu the Demo
cratic primaries in tliis county Con
gressman John J. Lentz lost the dele
gation to the state convention. He is a
candidate for governor. Of the 36 dele
gates chosen Lentz will probably get
one. Colonel J. R. Kilbourne, also of
this county, gets tho delegation. Other
primaries "in several counties of the
state also show Lentz's weaness.
OLD SOLDIERS' TO GO TO CUBA.
Vandervoort Plans to Colonize In Cuba.
Correiioni!ed With McKlnley.
Omaha. June 12. Paul Vandervoort
received a letter from President McKin
ley acknowledging receipt of his letter
offering to take to Cuba a great colony
of old soldiers of both the blue and the
gray, whose presence should. be a guar
antee against the outlawry practiced by
some of tho Cuban bands. Mr. Van
dervoort received hundred of letters
from veterans in all parts of the country
anxious to accompany the expedition.
Mr. Vandervoort was formerly com-inander-in-chief
ot the Grand Army of
the Republic. He said the colonists
would go iu the fall, whether the move
ment has the sanction of the govern
ment or not, as a private'affair.
LEAGUE GAMES YESTERDAY.
At Cincinnati Cincinnati. 8 runs, 12 hits
and 2 errors: Louisville, 2 runs, 6 bits and 2
errors. Batteries Breitenstein and Wood;
Magee, Dowling and Kittredge. Umpires
Emslie and McDonald. Attendance, 3,236.
Second game Cincinnati, 10 runs, 8 hits and
0 errors : Cleveland. 1 run, 8 hits and 2 errors
Batteries Halm and Yanghn; Bates and
Schreckingost. Umpires McDonald and Ems
He. At Chicago Chicago. 2 rims, 9 hits and 4
errors; fct. Louis, 1 run, 5- hits and 0 errors.
Batteries Griffith. Nichols and Chance; Cnppy
nnd Crigcr. Umpires Swartwood and War
ner. Attendance, 10.50J.
.Saturday's League Games.
Pittsburg, 6; Louisville. 1.
Pittrburg, 5; Louisville, 4.
Chicago, 3; St. Louis. 0.
Boston, 5: New York, 4.
Stauding ot the Clubs.
W. L. Pc
W. L. Pc
Brooklyn.. .36 II .766 Cincinnati JM 23 .500
Boston 31 11 .689 New York-21 26 .457
Chicago .Si 2J .5S3 Pittsbnrg.18 28 .4!B
Baltlmore26 19 .578 Wash'gton.17 SO .362
Phila. 20 19 .578 Louisville .-14 33 .198
St. Louis 27 20 .574 Cleveland- 8 35 .186
Games Scheduled For Today.
Pittsburg at ClevelandrBoston at New York,
Brooklyn at Baltimore. Philadelphia at Wash
ington, LouUvillo at Cincinnati and St. Louis
Interstate League Games.
At Fort WayneFort Wayne, 17 runs, 16 hits
and 2 errors: Mansfield, 1 run. 6 hits and 8
errors. Batteries Guese and Bergen; Haclt
ett and Belt.
At Day ton Day ton. 5 runs, 8 hits and 3 er
rors; New Castle, 3 runs, 11 hits and 4 er
rors. Batteries Watklns and Donahue; Wails-
Worth and Gramus.
At Toledo Toledo. 7 runs. 12 hits and 2 er
rors: Youncstow'n. 0 runs. Shits and 2 errors.
Batteries Coates and Arthur; Carney and
Lattlmer. . i.
WHAT TO DO WHEN SICK.
In case of weak stomach, disordered liver,
impure blood, shattered nerves, bronchitis,
lingering coagb, or other affections which,
lead to consumption, Dr. Pierce's Golden.
Medical Discovery will ordinarily bring
about rapid cure, it
the trouble be deep
seated and chronic, ,
you had better write
IO Dr. K. v. Jrierce,
himself, at Bufialo.
N. Y telling- him jj
will give you ;
and charge no V's,
fee at all. His -
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practice has been J, -,
and has covered so
many forms of disease,
that his free advice is
likelv to do you more
good than that o a physician who charges
Dr. Pierce is also the head of the tamed
Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, at
Bufialo. N. Y., where hundreds of invalids
and afflicted persons from all over the
country go for treatment by the corps of
specialists- who are in constant attendance.
It is because of his vast practicethat the
doctor is so well fitted to successfully treat
every form of disease. Do not feel that
you are imposing upon him when yon ask
for free advice, because he wishes all to
know that his medicines only are to be
paid for not his advice.
"I have nsed three bottles of Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery since my correspond
ence with you and find great improvement in
my case," writes Mr. A. F. Novotny, of New
York, N. Y., (Box 1437). "I feel that I am in
need of no more medical assistance. When I
started to take your medicine I had a regular
consumptive cough, of which I was afraid, and
evervbody cautioned and warned me concern
ing it. I was losing weight rapidly, -was verv
pale and had no appetite whatever. Now I do
not cough at all, have gained eight pounds in
weight, have recovered my healthy color, and
my appetite is enormous. I can and will rec
ommend your medicine to everybody who may
be in need of the same, as it is a sure cure, no
humbug as are most other patent medicines,
and is far superior to all similar medicines."
If the head aches, the trouble is pretty
sure to be constipation or biliousness. Dr.
Pierce's Pleasant Pellets will cure you.
$ Atlantic Garden $
i ..European Restaurant... (f?
jjf 200-202 E. Market st.
.-- Refreshments of all'-kinds. The Aft
W celebrated Anhenser Bosch Beer .!
j- always on draught. Meals at all m
VU hours at reasonable prices. .T.
4 Give ej a call fft
y We will please yon. i.i
V DETTLING BROS., Props. -J
SHAW'S PURE MALT, alwavs
reliable, strictly pure, safe for medi
cinal as well as for social uses.
144 South Howard st.,
Frank N. Fuchs, Transfer
Coal, transfer and general teaming,
rubber tire coaches for funerals.
'weddings, dances, moving vans,
wagonettes, band wagons.
106 Lincoln St., Tel. 564.
Office, Second floor, Palmer Block.
No. 168 S. Main st.
Tlrst stairway north of the I.O.O.F.
Thursday, June 15, at tho stable of tho
Dick-son Transfer Co.. 118 X. High st, Akron,
Oone enr loud of Ashland county horses.
Horses will be nt stables two days before
dnto of Mile. A trial given with each horse
sold. Sale to commence at one o'clock p.m.
T. H. BEAVERS & CO.
Phone 289 for Good Ice Cream.
We have a !psg
FRENCH CANDY MAKER &
MAKER OF ICE CREAM
And our cream is second to none.
New quarters, everything new.
Sec our California Cherries.
N. Laskaris Co.
162 S. Howard ot
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 the
best to be found in the market.
161 S. Howard St. Arcade BIdg. Tel. 768.
"Machine Si Pattern Works.
Castings ot every description In Iron and
brass lor structural machine or mold work.
Machine and pattern wort. Phono Ml
Cor Exchange and Water Sts.
Fresh Every Day-Home Made-Extra
Fine Strictly Pure
Also fine line of fancy candies. Letug
furnisli vour baked goods
OL-AF3K & OO.
J. K. WILLIAMS
Viae hi no Shop
General Machine Work of All Kinds
Clay Working Machinery for
Stmiewaro a Specialty.
A BRICK YARD PLANT
Witli latest improvements
FOR SALE. Call on or address
THE RITCHIE COAL CO.
110 West Market street
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