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I will girante
that my Khecmatina
Cure will relief lum
bago, sciatica and all
rheumatic pin la
two or three hour,
and core in a few
At all druggirt,
25c. a -rial. Guide
to Health and medi
cal advice free.
1505 Arch at. Phil.
Real Estate Security. Farms, Houses. Lots, also on Furniture, Pianos,
Offce Fixtures, Horses, Wagons, Diamonds, Jewelry, Insurance Policies!
or upon anything: or value, from ?l to $5,000. 1 also buy Mortgage Notes.
LOANS MADE THE SAME DAY.
BUSINESS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL.
Room AX, Central Building. (Old Beacon Block.)
FOR SALE OR TRADK-No. 115 Kllng
t., 0 rooms, furnace, etc. Tel. 519. Call on
Q. W.Gridley, 48 Central building. " S09
FOR SALE John L. Reld has for sale hIx
Shetland ponies at the stable known as the
Empire Livery. Also horses, buggies,. har
ness, etc. 52-55
For sale Property on Dayton St., 1,100;
food 7 room house, f urnnce and barn, only
1300; line lot on North Howard st.at a
acmflce; No. 115 Crouse st., 6 room house,
well and cistern, fine lot, $1,500, on lone
time. East Thornton st-, near Main and
Furnace, only $1,700. Properties in all
parts of the city nt great bargains. Call and
see them. Money to loan Tel. 516. G. W
Grldley, 43 Central building,
BUILDING STONE FOR SALE.
Chlce building stone by car load; also
brown stone from Warwick quarries. Orders
filled on short notice. C. H. Jones, 347 South
FOR SALE 7 choice lots. Miller ave.,
price "00 to $330; 32 lots In Haynes allot
ment just off of S. Main St.; prices way
down. J.I. Bachtel. Insurance and loans,
188 8. Howaad St.
$200 CASH will purchase a controllng in
terest and the management of a local branch
of a well established and profitable cash
bnslness, suitable for man and wife or two
young men. Will pay at least $20 per week.
The beet of references required. Particulars
over 156 South Main.
We have a $7,5(0 home, hrst-class in every
particular to sell at the extreme low. figure
of $5,000. You can buy it on terms to suit.
If you have any money and want a bargain,
see this place. Money to loan on terms to
P. P. BOCK &. CO..
Tel. 8S. 20!' S. Howard St.
FOR RENT Three desirable rooms at 400
Sherman St., corner Vorls. Call or address
nt 406 Sherman st. 50-53
FOR "RENT The residence located at 117
Wooster av.; modern house with all con
veniences. CaU on premises.
FOR KENT Cheap house, pleasant, con
veniently situated, four minutes' off How
ard st. Franklin. Cuyahogn st. 51-53
FOR RENT A six room house on West
State st. Inquire at Nelan Bros. Sltf
FOR RENT The office building now oc
cupied by the postoffice. For particulars
apply at the offico of the American Cereal
Company, Mill and Howard sts. 52-58
MONEY TO LOAN.
TO LOAN $200. $300, $400, $500 and $1,000. J.
I. Bachtel, 183 S. Howard. 294tf
$7,000 to loan 5HSr.
Real estate security.
Money to loan, money to loan, money to
loan. In sums to suit borrower. Small
loans preferred. Will buy first mortgages.
49-51 Everett Bldg.
$1 to $100 on. diamonds, watches, house
hold goods, pianos, horses, etc. No delay.
Terms lowest. Business strictly privnte.
F.H. Caley, room 55, Central office building.
Tel. 26. . mar 1 1900
MONEY TO LOAN From $5.00 and up-,
ward on household goods or any chattle se
curity nnd nllow the goods to remain in
your possession. Can repay us In monthly
installments. Room 14, Arcade block. Of
fice hours, 8:30 to 11:30 a. m.. 1:30 to 5 p. m.
L. C. MILLER & 1VYT.IILLER.
MONEY TO LOAN On. Jewelry, furniture,
pianos, horses, wagons, real estate, insur
ance policies; payable weekly or monthly
Fivments; business confidential; evenings
to 8. H. G. Miller, 47 Central office bldg.
SITUATION WANTED A good girl
would like place tow ork In private family.
Address 601, Alliance, O. 50-52
WANTED Boys at Akron District Tele
graph Co. 27 ff
WANTED Experienced laundry .woman.
Enquire 405 J. Exchange st.
WANTED An energetic and reliable
young man with $200 as sole manager for a
very paying cash business. Address Bently
&. Roth, 225 Erie St., Cleveland, O. 52-55
WANTED Salesmen to handle builders
and hardware supplies; metallc and as
phaltum paints and other salable nrtlcles.
Address American Supply Co., 860-980 Second
nr Pittsburg, Pa.
WANTED Man nnd wife as district agent
and office matron, Clerks Employment Bu
reau and Business Exchange. Yearly en
gagement and good wages to right parties.
Particulars oy er 156 South Main. 50tf
WANTED Situations for competent and
reliable young men as bookkeepers, sales
men, collectors, clerks, through the Busi
ness Employment Exchange of Lockport,
N. Y. Olllces In all Important business cen
ters. City offices, room 1 and 2, 156 South
WANTED Situations for lady steno
graphers, cashiers, salesladies, clerks, at the
Ladles' Employment Association, rooms 1
and 2, 156 S. Main. Strictly confidential.
This dept. operated by ladle!.. 81-53
WANTED To rent a five or six-room
house within live minutes'walkof Black's
drug store; must have possession in 30 days.
Enquire at Black's drug store. 51-5.8
WANTED Man nnd wife to manage the
Canton branch office of the Clerks Employ
ment Association and Ladles Exchange.
Permanent position, good snlary. Call city
offices over 156 South Main. 50tf
SALESMEN $1000 a month and nil ex
penses guaranteed helling to merchants
Arctic Refrigerating Machines for cooling re
frlgerators, guaranteed 75 per cent, cheaper
thnn ice. Exclusive territory assigned.
Arctic Refrigerating Co,. Cincinnati, O.
FOREMAN WANTED For our new forg
ing works now building at Tarentum, Ph.
22 miles from Pittsburg. A young man of
ability will find this an opportunity for ad
vancement. Also a few more hammermen
may be needed. All correspondence confi
dential. Address .las. II. Baker Mfg. Co.,
Ferguson block, Pittsburg, Pn. 51 e o d
I3ST A pocketbook containing PO In
bills. Miles-Gray-Carleton Co., Cleveland,
O., stamped in gold letters on Inside.
Finder leave at office of Uankey Lumber
Co. - K-53
THREAT FROM VON BUELOW.
Salil Grriuanj- Would Demand Indeinnit
Frtim Knglaml and America.
Berlin". June 20. During the course
of debate in the reichstag, Herr Leiber
mann von Sonncnburg attacked Great
Britain's proceedings in Samoa. The
minister oi foreign affairs, Baron vou
Bnelow, replied, and said in part:
"I have no objection to again define
our attitude on the Samoan question.
We shall not depart from the stipula
tions of the Samoa treaty nor allow
others to turn us from our course. We
recoimize the rights of others while
maintaining our own "
The foreign minister also said:
"We shall Drovide for full indemnifi
cation of the Germans whose property
was destroyed by illegal British or
Established 35 years. Branch offlres In all
Important business centers, operated on a
membership basis. The Clerks' Employ
ment Association and Ladles' Exchange.
Man and wife wanted to manage Akron
branch. Particulars, room 1 and 2, over 156
South Main. 50tf
Exclusive agents for the European Tour
ist Associations. Special rates with guides.
Including expenses to the World's Exposi
tion at Paris. Clerks' Exchange, over 156
South Main. 50tf
THE Business Exchange. lntf S. Main st.
will sell your property, rent your house,
store or omces. oi-dii
THE Business Exchange, loll S. Main st
are agents for the European Tourists' asso
ciation of Sew York and Buffalo. Tickets
to Paris exposition. , .1-5.I
"FREE SERVICE" Employers of relia
ble male and female help for the store, of
fice, shop or hotel, may obtain what they
want .FREE of any expense, publicity or
annoyance at the Business Employment
Exchange, 15S S. Main. 25 years before the
TEX GIRLS Wanted at once. Wages
from $3 to $4.50 per week. The ladies' Ex
change does not charge anything to find
relluble girls positions. Places waiting.
Rooms 1 and 2. over 158 8. Main st. 51-53
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE A good building lot on Brown
av. Will be sold cheap if bought at once.
Address I.G., care Democrat. 1S3
STEPHEN C. MILLER, Attorney-at-law.
Prompt attention given to collections. Pal
mer block, 168 South Main St., Akron, Ohio.
FOR REPAIRING See George Hanellne.
Watches, Clocks, all kinds of Jewelry, 183
South Main St., under red watch sign. 222U
W. F. COLEMAN
Justice of the Peace and Notary,
205 Wooster avenue.
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
Homes on monthly payments, straight 7
lercent interest. I have homes ranging
from toou 10 o,uuu. uan neai an competitors.
MASSILLON COAL CO.
We have a large amount of money
to loan on good real eitate security.
Low rate of interest. Terms most
149 S. Howard st, Phones 532 and 593
240 LOTS, SUITABLE FOR RESIDENCE
OR GARDENING PURPOSES, ON STREET
RAILWAY, NEAR SALT WORKS. EASY
TERMS, FROM $50 TO $100, A LOT. SIZE
50x13?. CALL ON OR ADDRESS
Geo. Br-od-t, .
M. O'NEIL & CO., THIRD FLOOR.
If you want a first-class driving
horse, finely mated coach or carriage
team, call at Steiner's Stock. Barn,
No. 1350 South Main st. Nothing but
first-class horses kept in stock.
N. R. STEINER, Prop., Tel. 1734.
John Q. Martin, Mgr. Mch 18, 1900
WANTED TO LOAN
$1,000 to $3,000 at 6 per cent
for term of years if security is
gilt edge. Inquire at once. -
HaJo ' St. Coates
Everett block. Tel. 1523
o,i KOSEU BROS.
New machinery, new location.
We euarantea our wort. THi-h
? gloss or domestic finish. .
Nob. 132-137 North Howard st. 5
NOTICE A meeting of the stockholders
of the Akron Traction & Electric company
Is hereby called .for Wednesday, July 5, 1899,
at 1:30 o'clock p.m. at the office of the com
pany on Howard street, Akron, Ohio. The
objects of the meeting are to take into con
sideration the adoption or rejection of the
agreement of consolidation heretofore en
tered into by and between the Akron Trac
tion & Electric company and the Akron,
Bedford & Cleveland Railroad company un
der date of May 28, 1899, to appoint a time
and place for the election of the directors
and other officers of the Consolidated com-
uray, anu sucn oilier business as may come
eiore tne meeting.
CHARLES F. MOOUE, Secretary.
Akron, O., May 26, 1899. May 29-aot
Notice of Dissolution.
The partnership heretofore existing be
tween Wm. Lenhart and Edwin R. Grant
under the firm name of Win. Lehhnrt it Co.,
Is this day dissolved. "Wm. Lenhart -nith-drnwing
from said partnershlpon account of
HI health. George V. Lenhart has bought
all the interest of said Wm. Lenhnrt
In said partnership nnd has this
day formed a partnership with said
Edwin R. Grant under the firm name of
All accounts payable to the late Iirni of
Wm. Lenhart & Co., are payable to the firm
of Lenhart i Company, which assume all
the Indebtedness of said firm of Win. Len
hart fc Co. WM. LENHART,
E. R. GRANT,
GEO. W. LENHART.
Notice of Appointment.
Estate of Jacob A. Housman, deceased.
Tho undersigned has been nppolnteil by
the probate" court of Summit county, Ohio,
as administrator w. w. a', of the estate of
Jacob A. Housman, deceased. All persons
Indebted to said estate are n'fiuested to
make Immediate payment; and all persons
having claims against said estate are re
quested to present the same for allowance
JULIA E. HOUSMAN.
WM. II. HOUSMAN.
Dated this 131 h'day of Juno A.D. law.
FOB BALE TenR-I-P-A-N-SforB oents
at arutrsl'ti. One glvei relief.
60 Tablets 504
Nothing likeBar-Ben has ever been
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em remedies. The most complicated
and aggravated of cases, heretofore
considered incurable, yield instantly
to the wonderful curative properties
of this newdiscovery. Bar-Ben is as
different from anything and every
thing else as day is from night. The
effects differ from the effects of other
so-called Bexual remedies, in that it (
is not a stimulant, but a BLOOD,
NERVE and BRAIN BUILDER. It
nronfoe cnllll flpsll. lTlUSPle .111(1
strength, and infuses new vigor and
vitalitv into the weak, nervous'
broken-down system, while its ef-i
fects are quickly apparent, and as as
tonishing as they are lasting. The I
testimony of thousands of men and
women whom it nas imeu irom a
helpless condition of long suffering,
tells the tale of the great discovery
more effectually than words can por
tray. Bar-Ben Restorative is prepared in
small sugar-coated tablets, easy to
swallow, a box or m taDiets ou cents,
or six boxes $2.50. Sold by druggists ,
everywhere, or mailed, sealed, on re
ceipt of price.
Bar-Ben for Private Disease, $1.00;
Contagious Blood Poison, $1.00; for
Suppressed Menstruation, 50c. Drs.
Barton and Benson, 31 Bar-Ben
$3.00 Niagara Falls and Return. $3.00
via Erie R. R. 4:25 p.m., June 22.
Tickets good five days. Secure
sleepers of W. E. Laugdon, agent.
AKRON, BEDFORD & CLEVELAND B.R.
Waiting Room, North Howard St.
Time Card. May 27, 1899.
Cars leave Akron 6:30 a.m., every half
hour; 8:30 a.m. until 7 p.m. and at 8, 9 and
Leave Cleveland 5 a.m., every half hour;
0 n.m. until 8 p jn and at 9, 10 and 11:10 p.m.
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We are better prepared than ever before with choice articles
for the June Bride. Elegant new Silver, Rich Cut Glass,
Bric-a-Brac, Hand-painted China, etc. We almost forgot
the Wedding Ring. To get the latest style, come to us.
Frank, Laubach & Clemmer Co. .
I. O. O. F". Templo, IVIairt St.
WE DO IT RIGHT-New
We defy' competition to workman
ship or prices. Painless operating
and extractions guaranteed. Careful
examinations free of charge.
New York Dental Parli
148 South Main Street.
O. W. RENKERT, D.D.S., Manager: Over Standard Hardware
HARRY HAWN, Manager.
MISS SOPHIA BURNHAM
THE KLIESTS BROS
KITTY WOLFE ,
FORRESTER & ELO YD . .. .
Two performances daily, afternoon 2
round trip. Car fare, admission to the
Biiy T"icl3-ts of
Summit Lake Park Theater
Following the great success of tho marvelous Saville Sisters is
another strong bill for the week commencing Monday, June the lit, headed
Jack and MyritoMack in their original creation, entitled
"Tho Cl-sinocs and the Ooon"
, Nichols fc Teed in a strictly up-to-date comedy entitled
"An Emigrants Troubles"
Nellie Clinton, J.he original lady clog dancer, also inttoducing'jig,
buck. and reel dancing. The bill closing with tho sweet voiced tenor
HARRY PRICE, in tho latest ballads of the day.
This show will run the entire week with n Saturday matinee.
On Sunday, June 'the 18, another concert will be given both afternoon
and evening by tho. Summit Lake Orchestra, tho program of which will
Supposed Amigoes Attacked
In Our Rear.
SHAHP ENGAGEMENT OCCURRED.
FIyc Americans Killed and About 35
Wounded I.ipu oT the Rebels Reported
Yrj Heavy cneral Whealon Fired
on :y!i! Hml Ni row Escape.
Manila, June '20. A battaliou of the
Fourth infantry, .which left Imus,
where General Wheatonisin command,
Monday morning, to reconnoiter towards
Peres De Maiinas, where it was be
lieved most of the. rebels who escaped
from Paranaquo and Bacoor had fled,
was attacked in the rear by apparently
BRIGADIER GENERAL TVHEATOH.
friendly natives. This brought ou a
bharp'engagemeut, lasting several hours,
resulting in Ave Americans being killed
aud about 25 being wounded- The lose
of the rebels was very heavy.
The battaliou soon exhausted its am
munition and about 2:30 in tho after
noon General Wheatou and his staff,
with the Second battalion, two moun
tain guns and one field piece, went to
reinforce the troopa. attacked. General
Wheatou was fired on in a road aud
had a narrow escape.
Later the Third battalion was ordered
to the Iront and formed on tno Las
Manilas road. Heavy firing on both
sides followed, the artillery being freely
The enemy was located in the woods
about four o'clock, showihg signs of
retiring, as the rebels were being pressed
very hard. One gun of the Sixth aatil
lery, in an advantageous position, did'
.The lighting was still in progress about
five' o'clock, at which time the Ameri
cans had secured a quantits of Filipino
arms which hart been abandoned in the
The scene of the fight was over 20
miles from Manila.
Washington-, June 20. General Otis
cabled the war department as follows:
Manila, Jnne 10.
Adjutdiit General, Washington:
Sherman arrived this morning. Cas
ualty, Edwin L. Gavett, "Company I,
Sixtn infantry. Colonel Kellogg and 12
men left Honolulu; sick; 17 cases
typhoid fever euroute. Sixth infantry
leaves for Iloilo to relieve Californians.
at Negios. Transport Indiana, 134
officers and soldiers, discharged as sick,
with civilians, left for San Francisco
via Nagasald yesterday. Hancock and
Sherman, with Nebraska, Pennsyl
vania and Utah, leave for United States
Made of the best material, made sub
stantial, made to ht any mouth,
made to restore natural appearance.
Twenty years written guarantee
with all our work.
Crown and Bridge Work
Examination, estimations and ad
Open dailv 8 to 8. Sundays 10 to 4.
America's Favorite Vocalist
.Vocalist and Harpist
"Down on the Farm."
:30, evening 8:30. 15c car fare,
grounds and free seat in theater.
Wm &k '
letters from women
cured of female
Lucy L. Wilson,
V " I now consider
iiV, nivbcli ell and lo
& P" c . you great
tlmnVs forit; your
cine, Pe-ru-na, has
done me ail the
good. I had tried
a great many
doctors and did
not find any re-
iS- lief from any of
them, but now
-&w I cn 6ay that I
xiJ am well. I feel
like a new person all over. May Cod
bless you and be with you always."
Mrs. A. C. nUdebrand, Milton, !N C.,
" I was very low and pronounced in
curable by two of the best doctors in
this county when I commenced the use
of your medicine. I have used nine
bottles of Pe-ru-na and I think that I
am perfectly, well.
" Of course, Pe-ru-na is what did the
work, and I consider it the grandest
medicine in the world. Mine was a
noted case in thia county and every
body thought I would die. I never
lose an opportunity to praise your
medicine You may use this letter as
a teM inionhil and make it as strong na
as soon as troops can be nlaced in readi
ness. Californians will leave as soon as
collected. Colorado to follow on first
available transport. Otis.
MUSTERING OUT PLACE.
Otis Reported Volunteers Favored San
Francisco Mt May Two or
Thre Weeks There.
Washington-. June 20. A cable mes
sage was received from General Otis re
garding the wishes of the volunteers, in
response to h specific inquiry of the war
department, based upon its , declared
policy of having each volunteer organ
ization elect whether it should be mus
tered out at San Francisco or at its home
station. It appeared from General Otis'
raessage that all the volunteer organiza
tions preferred to disband at San Fran
cisco, in accordauce with the original
arrangements of the war department,
A model catnp lias been established at
San Francisco, provided with every fa
cility for the comfort and convenience
of the returning soldiers. It was
deemed advisable from a sanitary stand
point to keep each organisation id the
camp at lease two or three weeks before
permitting the men to go to their homes
and scatter through the country.
The message read as follows:
Manila, June Is.
Adjutant General, Wahmcton :
. All volunteer organizations, here de
sire muster out at San Francisco.
Memorial to Wikoir Uuveileil.
Eastok, Pa., June 20. A memorial
tablet to General Charles A. Wikoff,
class of '55, who was killed before San
tiago, was unveiled with appropriate
exercises. The memorial is in the main
corridor of Pardee hall and was erected
by the class of '!)!). The address was
delivered by General Joseph O. Breck
inridge, inspector general of tho Ameri
can army, who was-a classmate of Gen
Klondikers "Returned With Gold.
Vaxcouvijr, B. C, June 20. The
steamer Dirigo arrived from Skagnay,
Alaska, with 50 Klondikers. Many'of
them claimed there was'$500,000 worth
of gold dust aboard, but the purser puts
the amount., at $150,000. One of the
p.uneiiKors named Frisenger confirms
previous stories of loss of life on the Ed
Mrs. Harrow's Trial Set.
New York, June 20. Tho trial of
Mrs. Addio Barrow, tho wile of George
Bauregurd Barrnw, convicted of kid
napping the baby Marion Chirk, and
sentenced to 14 years and 10 months in
state prison, was set for Monday,
Madrid, Juno 20: The chamber of
deputies approved tho bill ceding the
Caroli io islands, tho Ladrones and the
Pelow inlands to Germany, In the
course of the debate Seuor Silvela
denied that any exceptional tariff had
been granted to Germany.
FROM A PROMINENT PHYSICIAN
About ihe Treatment of Kidney Disorderes.
Dr. Leopold says that nine-tenths
ot tne Human ailments can no traceu
directly to a disordered condition of
the kidneys. -The kidneys are the
filters of the e"ntire system ; if they
become clogged or in any way do
not perform their natural functions,
the element reaching the kidneys
through some other channel imme
diately returns to that channel which
iK unnatural and causes trouble. A
slight backache, nervousness and
restlessness should not be left to
continue; a mild kidney remedy
should be at once administered.
and the best combination of
remedies is found in Morrow's
Kid-ne-oids. They act gently,
thouirh quickly, removing all
sediment from the kidneys
and urine and set the system in
proper working condition.
Mrs. Mary Farst, !K)1 South High
st.. Akron, Ohio, says: 'T have
nothing but yords of praise for Mor
row's Kid-ne-oids because they re
lieved me of pain across the small of
my duck, wiiicii nau iiimoiuu nie 101
two years. T was also afflicted with
nervousness and rheumatism. I
tried sovqral xiuds of medicines
which were recommended to me, but
none did me as much good as Mor
iow's Kid-ne-oids. They u-lievcd
me in a few days. I faliall continue
to tak- Hit-Hi until T am enliicly
Morrow s Kid ue-oldsaie not pills.
but yellow tablets and sell at fifty
cents a box nt nil drughtoies and nt
John Lnmpnrtcr A- Co.'s drug stoic.
.Mailed on recolpt ot price, ftianu-
fnotured by John Morrow & Co.,
chemists, Springfield, Ohio.
& - iflSS
jr;-1 VL-tMfcj vix
m NIECE GRADUATE
President Attends Mt. Holyoke
HE DELIVERED THE DIPLOMAS.
MI Grace McKInley One of the Beclpl
eats Governor Wolcott Accompanied
the Presidential Party to the College.
Yhlt to Be Made to Springfield.
Holyoke, Mass., June 20. Today
was given up almost exclusively by
the President and party to the com
mencement exercises at. Mt. Holyoke
college. Here the President presented
the diplomas to the graduating class.
Governor Wolcott addressed them, and
Rev. Dr. Justin Smith, president of the
college board of trustees, also made an
address. Miss Grace BlcKinley, niece
of tho President, was one of the graduat
ing class, and this fact, which is the
primary cause of tho President's visit,
I ogether with the fact that the President
of the United States honored the town
aud college by his presence, brought a
Urge crowd and there was much enthu
siasm on the part of the townspeople
and tho college girls.
The party left Holyoke about 9:30,
and mpt Governor Wolcott at the rail
raid station, and he accompanied them
to the college.
Final arrangements for the journey to
Springfield was completed. The main
point at issue was as to whether the
trip will be made on board the little
steamer Mrscot down the Connecticut
river, or whether it -will be made" by
electric cars. This matter will likely "be
decided today. The president announced
definitely that he would remain at
Adams as the guest of W. B. Plunkett
until Wednesday evening, June 28,
when he expected to leave for Washing
ton. HUNGRY, TUENED CANNIBAL
Klondiker Found Partly Kateu and His
Companion Dead llotlles
Cimre City, Alaska, May 29, via
San -Francisco, Jnne 20. Three men
who lett-Dahl river on December 5, for
Jimtown, were not heard of again and
they were supposed to have been lost.
Nothing was heara of them here till the
steamer Ridout arrived today.
Ihe men were Michael Daly, Victor
Bdiar and M. Provost. They were from
Providence, R. I.; Woonsocket, R. I.,
aud Brockton, Mass., respectively.
Their bodies were discovered about 17
miles from the mouth of Old Man creek,
they having lost the trail and become
bewildered. Having left Dahl river
with only three weeks' food, but which
was amply sufficient for tho 150 miles
to Jimtown, ther were soon reducod to
Daly's body was found, partly 'eaten,
ou the stove in the tent. Some scraps
of moose hide and mocassin were found,
of which they were endeavorinc to
make a stew. Daly's body was identi
fied by the clothes. The other two men
"were found dead about five miles away
from the tent. The fact of the tent
flaps being shut down when found
would seem" to preclude the possibility
of Daly's body having been eaten by
animals. The other men doubtless were
driven by hunger to the awful extremity
of cannibalism. Four hundred dollars
were found ou the bodies.
CALIFORNIA SOLDIERS OFFERED.
Seualiirs Cubled That a Itejriineat Was
Willing to Go to Philippines.
Washington, June 20. The follow
ing telegram was received at the War
department from two California sen
ators: San Francisco, Cal., June 17.
Hon. H. C. Corbln. Adjutant General, Wash
ington Southern California supports admin
istration in its efforts to suppress the
Phillipine insurrection, and tenders the
President for immediate service well
organized and thoroughly disciplined
regiment of infantry. Officers and men
ready to embark as soon as necessary
field equipment can be furnished.
George O. Perkins, U. S. S,
Stephen M. White, IT. S. S.
It was stated at the war department
that no action could be taken hi the
matter of the California regiment of
fered by Senators Perkins and White.
The question of calling for volunteers
had uot been determined; besides it was
not intended to organize state troops if
volunteers were called for.
AGAINST FEDERAL STEEL COMPANY.
Temporary Injunction Preventing; Parlngr
Dividends on Conllnon Stock.
Philadelphia, June 20. In Chancery
chambers, at Camden, N. J., attorneys
for Walter R. Kern, of this city, filed a
bill with Vice Chancellor Reed asking
the court to restrain the Federal Steel
company from paying any dividend on
the common stock at present, and' es
pecially to restrin the company from
paying" the quarterly dividend of one
aud a quarter per cent on the common
etock that the directors declared on
June 10, payable July 20. Kern holds
:?2,r00 of preferred stock.
The vice chancellor granted a tempo
rary injunction against the payment of
auy dividends on tho common stock
until the further order of the conrt, and
ordered the Federal. Steol company to
show cause in the court of chancery at
Caniden, ou July 3, why a permanent
injunction should not be issued restraiu
iiiK absolutely the payment of any aud
all dividends on tho common stock until
alter the close of tho present fiscal year.
TRACTION EMPLOYE'S TIED.
Then Kobuers Stole Over 83,000 at
Philadelphia, June 20. A gang of
masked robbers, probably ten in num
ber, raided the receiving office of the
F.iirmbuut Park Transportation com
pany at Belmont in Fairmont park, and
after holding up the receiver and five
other employes .of the railway, blew
opeu the safe, securing $3,3s6.47, the
(.ompany's receipts for two days.
Frank Levau, receiver; Frank Wat
son aud Henry B. Whitehouse, conduc
tors; James C.tranaugh, fireman of the
power house; Philip Eaves, electrician,
and William Cadmus, laborer, were
iHHiud hand and foot with wire. In ad
dition to tho men who actually commit
ted tho robbery others operated milos
iway from tho sceuo by destroying tho
telegraph and telophouo wires connect
ing with tho trolley company's main
oflice. A detective and other officers
went to work on the case.
Paid Almost 2,800 Ctiliaui.
Havana. Juno 20. General Georgo
M. Randall has returned Irom payto
the Cuban soldiers. lie says
alrnost 2,800 men.
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New York, .Inue 20. Wm. A. Brady
and TomJ O'Kourkc,! representing Jim
Jeffries.aud Tom Sharkey respectively,
met aud Mgned articles of agreement
for a fight between their men. The con
test is to be 25 tonuds for a decision.
I and shall take place on October 23, 1899.
Tne principals agree to accept tne best
inducements offered before midnight,
September 1, 1S99, aud if held in New
York state, tho contest is to be'strictly
under the interpretation of the Horton
law. George Siler was agreed upon as
referee. The winner is to take tho en
l'roiiiincut 3Iaoti Head.
New Yonic, June 20. The death was
annonnecd f Simon Fry, grand com
mander of the Ancient Accopted Scotish
Rite for the United States. He suc
cumbed to an operation for appendicitis
at a hospital.
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Dingley, defeating John Scott of Bath
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Washington, June 20. It is stated
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more, Concord, Raleigh, Petrel and Mc
Oulloch during the battle in Manila
harbor, regardless, of rank or station,
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General Wesley Merritt, is his daughter,
and she, with the General, was at the
Vaie up the Task.
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that Senator Waldeck-Rousseau had.
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Cablegrams Exchanged With the Ameri
can Peace Commissioners.
Boston-, June 20. The following
cablegrams were exchanged:
'fo American Peace Commission, The Hague:
Three millions of Christian Endeav
orers in all lands rejoice in your efforts
and invoke Divine blessing upon them.
Francis E. Clark.
Tq Kev. F. E. Clark, Boston :
American commission sends you and
your great organization cordial thanks
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encouragement. White, President,
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WHEAT 74 CENTS.
June 20, 3 p.m. Butter, creamery
22c, country 16 to 18c, cooking 10c
lard 10c; eggs 18c; chickens, 15c per
Corn, ear 23c to 25c per bushel,
shelled 45c: oats 33c to 37c; hay 55c
to 65c a hundred; straw 30c to 40c a
Potatoes 50c per bushel.
Lettuce 8 to 10c per pound. Head
New onions, three bunches for 5c.
Radishes, two bunches for 5c,
Strawberries, 6 to 15c qt.
Cucumbers, 3 to 6c piece.
Spinach 20c a peck.
Pie Plant, 2 bunches for 5c.
Wax Beans 20c a measure.
Tomatoes, 18c per lt.
New beets, 5c, 6 for 25c.
Summer squash, 10c to 15c a piece.
Now potatoes, 35c a peck.
Peas, 8c a measure.
Raspberries, 12jaqt. '
Gooseberries, 8 to 10c qt.
Home grown cabbage, 10c head.
Pineapples, $1.50 to $1.75 dozen:
extra large. Toe a piece. .
Wheat 70c; oats 30c to 33c; corn,
ear, 20c; corn, shelled, 40c; hay, $10.
to $11; rye, 58c.
Butter, creamery, lUc; country 12 to
14c; lard, (.toGc; eggs. 13 to 14c;
chickens, live 9c, dressed 12c.
Navy beans, $1.34, $1.40; marrowfat
beans $1.50, $1.65.
Potatoes, 25 to 30c a bnshel.
Cured hides, No. 1,8 No. 2, 8c,
green.No. 1, 7Kc 2So. 2s ojc, cured
calf skins, No. 1, 10Jc, No. 2, 9Kc;
green, No. I, 9c; No. 2, 8c; tallow,
No. 1, 4c; sheep pelts,lamb skins,
Pork, dressed, 43 to oc, live $3.50 to
$3.75; beef, dressed, 7c to 8Jc, live
4c to 5c: mutton, live. 4Jc to 5c:
dressed, 9c to lOJsc; lamb, dressed,
lie live, 5 to 5 ; spring lamb, 14 to 15c ;
pork, loins, 8c; veal, live 6c to 6
Sugar-cured ham, 9c to 9c;
shoulder, 5c; Califonria ham,
6c to 6Jc; bacon, 7c to 8 c; dried
beef, lie to 153c; lard, simon pure,
6cin tub; 6c in tierces; country
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