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THE DAILY DEMOCRAT
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TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL
TUESDAY, JULY 25
'Go it husband, go it bear!''
"Hear him bray!" says Aaron
Teeple, referring to Senator Alex
ander. Judge Anderson himself
could not have written a sharper
exhortation than this.
Senator Morgan of Alabama
doesn't believe the Democraticparty
should renominate Bryan next year.
Perhaps this means that if presiden
tial lightning wants to strike some
where in Alabama, Senator Morgan
will not try to dodge the bolt.
The local Republican Machine,
directed by Judge Anderson and
Clerk Hershey, has organized to
drive Senator Alexander from the
Republican party. The letters ap
pearing in the local Republican
organ, ana signed "A. leepie, are
only the forerunner of a moro vigor
ous attack to follow later on. But
tho Machine should not make the
mistake of reckoning without its
host. It may be that Senator Alex
ander is not yet ready to retire from
the party ranks. And besides, he
ONE WORTHY ACT.
"Now, Park, I have given you more
attention than you deserve. In clos
ing will you or any of your friends
tell the public of a single act in all of
your service of 30 years or more in
office, that is at present worth repeat
ing?" Teeple's reply to Alexander.
Senator Alexander might remind
his good friend Aaron how he came
near performing one worthy act
once, and would have succeeded but
for the interference of his ancient
enemy, "the courthouse ring." The
Democrat refers to the bill intro
duced in the last Legislature by
Representative Russell, supported by
Representative Kempel and Senator
Alexander and intended to save the
taxpayers of Summit county $30,000
a year in the fees and salaries paid
to their county officers.
It is a notorious fact, that this bill
was defeated by the combined in
fluence of local county officeholders,
who not only contributed money for
its defeat, but sent a committee of
lobbyists to Columbus to work
And how .Senator Alexander
rebuked these lobbyists, who hap
pened to be his fellow Republicans,
telling them that their selfish inter
ference would mean the defeat of the
Republican ticket in Summit county,
is a matter of local history.
Is it surprising, therefore, that
these officials should have retaliated
upon Senator Alexander by bringing
about his defeat at Painesville for
the nomination for a second term?
The fee-grabbers have had their,
innings; now let Senator Alexander
Will Investigate Report Shops Do Not
Close On Time.
The regular meeting of the. Jour
neyman Barbers' union at its rooms
in the Kramer block, Howard St.,
was well attended Monday night.
One new member was received in
to the local union Monday night'.
He is J. W. Kimball, who in a few
days will start a shop on North
It was reported that some shops
are careless in observing the evening
closing hour, 7:80. These shops will
be looked after.
The barbers are arranging to take
active part in the Labor Day picnic
to be held the first Monday in Sep
tember. What, would you do if taken with a
severe attack of jjolic or cholera mor
bus and your physician could not be
readily summoned? Provide your
self with :i bottle of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem
edy and you will then lie prepared
for such an emergency. It always
gives prompt relief. For sale bv all
Excursion rates every Sunday.
Arrested in Pittsburg Charged With
Buncoing Warren Man.
During the races at "Warren John
Wallace of that place was worked for
$500 on the old green goods racket.
One of the parties who worked the
game used the name of a prominent
and respected East Akron business
man. A dispatch from Pittsburg
gives the following information:
"Frank 'Skates' Brehm, of Akron,
O.. and Frank Anderson, this city,
were arrested today.
Brekm is supposed to be James H.
Burns, a member of the 'Bed' Austin
gang. He was arrested on a descrip
tion sent here from Warren, 0.,when
John Wallace of that place was re
cently buncoed out of 500.
The money-back soap is
Fels-Naptha, 5c you wouldn't
take five times your money
Fels & Co, makers, Philadelphia.
ITALIANS N. 6.
Places Being Filled By American La
borers on Erie.
It is said that the Italian section
hands on tho Erie are being found of
little account when it comes to re
pairing tracks. At present they are
being dropped as fast as possible and
their places being filled with home
A gang of the Italians are working
in the Erie' yards at this place clear
ing them up and making other im
provements. At this kind of work
they do very well.
There is more Catarrh lu this section of
the country than nil other diseases put to
gether, and until the lastfeiv years was sup
posed 10 00 lncuraoie. or a great ninny
years doctors pronounced It a local disease,
and prescribed local remedies, and by con
stantly falling to cure with local treatment,
pronounced It incurable. Science has
proven catarrh to be a constitutional dis
ease, and therefore' requires constitutional
treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufac
tured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is
the only constitutional cure on the market.
It Is taken Internally in doses from 10 drops
to a- teaspoonful. It acts directly on the
blood and mucous surfaces of the system.
They offer one hundred dollars for any case
It fulls to cure. Send for circulars and tes
F. J. CHENEY i CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Advance Guard Reaches Randolph
Park Large Tent.
Some of the Seven-Day Adventists
arrived at Randolph park Monday.
They came from various parts of the
The main tent under which the re
ligious meetings will be held, will
accommodate 5,000 people.
Four sessions of service will be
held each day. The first at 5 :30 a.
m.; second 10 a.m.; third 2p.m.;
fourth 7:30 p.m.; kindergarten ser
vices at 10 a.m. Abellrungat 5 a.m.
will be the signal to get-up for ser
vices at 5:30 a.m.
The Adventists will run a grocery
store for their own benefit and also
do all their own cooking.
During the moKths of July, August
and September bowel complaints are
usually most prevalent and at this
season every one should be provided
with a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. The
only remedy that never fails to cure..
For sale by all druggists.
Cause of the Ullndness.
Ethel (on rear seat of tandvm)
We're scorching. Aren't you afraiJ
that policeman will see us?
George (cs Trout seat) lie? No. He
never sees me. He's been owing me
."53 for more than a year. Ch'cago
An Easy Guess.
"No, I dou't think my husband has
ever said a cross word to me."
"Oil! Then you don't play whist at
your house, do you?" Chicago Times
Herald. B0 SLi
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I served from 'til to '61, and was woundedou
Mn-,-10, 1861, in tho Battle of the Wilderness.
! would like to havoiuyold comrades know
lk.i Celery King has done for inc. In ISM
y .iV complaint, chronic, dhirrlircn, came
Tii'i doctors could notstoj-. II, lint C'el-
V i ' ii g has cured mc, and I am once more
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look different, laste different, are diflereitl. It only
takes one loaf, in most rases, to convince tlia'f
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and cure in a few
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to Health end medi
cal advice free.
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Passed by Officers Eighth Regiment
At the nominating convention of
the Eighth Regiment held at the
Empire house Monday afternoon
resolutions were passed to the effect
that promotions below the rank of
colonel, shall be made by seniority
A canvassing board to count the
votes and determine the result of the
election next Friday was elected. It
is as follows: Captains Herman
Werner, F. C. Lee, E. C. Gerlock.
Captain A. B. Critchfield, who was
nominated for lieutenant colonel,
notified Hon. Chas. Dick of his nom
ination for colonel.
Ladies Can Wear Shoes
One size smaller after using Aliens Koot
Ease, a powder to be shaken into the shoes.
It makes tight or new shoes feel easy; gives
instant relief to corns and bunions. It's the
greatest comfort discovery of the age. Cures
swollen feet, blisters or callous spots. Allen's
Foot-Easels a certain cure for Ingrowing
nails, sweating, hot, aching feet. At nil
druggists and shoe stores, 25c. Trial package
FREE by mail. Address, Allen S. Olmsted,
Tit) Roy, N. Y. 2
LEAGUE GAMES YESTERDAY.
At Pittsburg Pittsburg, S runs, 12 hits aui
1 error; Philadelphia, 8 run's. II hits and 1 er
ror. Batteries louver and Schrivor; Frazer,
Bernhardt and McFnrlaud. Uinpires Swart
wood and Hunt. Attendance. 3,200.
Second game Pittsburg, 5' runs, 7 hits and
1 error; Philadelphia, 1 runs, 10 hits and 2 er
rors. Batteries Hoffer and Bowcrman: llagec
and Douglass. Umpires Swartwotxl and
At Chicago Chicago, 4 runs Shits and 1
error; Baltimore, 3 runs, fl hits and 4 errors.
Batteries Phyle and Chance: McGinmty and
Robinson. Umpires O'Day and McOarr. At
At Cinciunati Cincinnati, 3 runs, 7 bite
and a errors; Boston," 8 runs lrf1 hits and 2
errors. Batteries Dwyer, Taylor, Peiti and
wood; Nichols and Clarke. Umpires Man
n&ssau and Latham. Attendance,
St. LoUH-New York no game; rain.
Louisville-Brooklyn no game: wet grounds.
standing of the Clnbs.
W. L. Pc. W. I Pc.
Brooklyn.. 33 26 .683 Cincinnati 1J 41 .401
Boston 51 KO .W3 Pittsburg.. 4.1 42 .485
Phila 48 Si .503 New York-i-i 44 .443
St. Louis 47 S3 .iSS Louisville . S3 J6 .418
Chicago 45 U4 .570 Wash'gtou .Ul H .165
Baltimore.45 35 .563 Cleveland.15 C8 .181
ISames Scheduled .For Today.
Philadelphia at Pittsburg. Eoton at Cincin
nati, Brooklyn at Louisville, Baltimore at Chi
cago and New Yoork at St. Louis.
Interstate League Game.
At New Caitlc New Castle, 3 runs, 7 hits
and 5 errors; Fort Wayne. Id runs, 1 1 hits and
4 errors. Batteries Smith, Figgemier and
Graffiui; Swane and Bergen.
At Dayton Dayton, 7 runs, 12 hit and 1 er
ror: Wheeling, 0 runs, 0 hits and 4 errors.
Batteries Wntkins and Donahue; P.irvin and
At Youngstown Youngstown, 4 runs, 8 hits
and 2 errors; Toledo, 5 runs, 11 hits and 5 er
rors. Batteries Carney and Lattimer; But
ler and Arthur.
At Mansfield Mansfield, 8 runs, 8 liits and
3 errors; Columbus, 6 run, 8 hits and 5 errors.
Batteries Miller.and Law; Wolf and Beville.
Interstate league Standing.
W. L. Pc W. I
Toledo 5125 684 Y'n'gstown-35 44
ilanslield 44 33 .571 Dayton ....31 47
Ft. Wayne..." 36 .566 Columbu3....38 49
New Castle40 37 .519 Wheeling.....S0 50
Games Scheduled Cor Todav.
Toledo at Youngstown, Dayton at Wheeling.
Columbus at Mansfield and Fort Wayn" at
Will Keturn to New ork
Washington, July 2o. Hon. Eliliu
Root of New York, who is to succeed
General Alger as secretary of war, ar
rived iu Washington last night aud had
a long conference with the president.
Tociay ilr. Root will again sec tho
president, and probably will return to
New York late in the day.
BEC0IING A MOTHER.
A Suro "Way to Avoid Danger.
Every trne woman wants to be a
mother. A baby is the dream of her life
the crowning glory of womanhood
trne happiness can never be known
without the blessings a child brings.
Yet the ordeal through which all
mothers must pas? is so full of pain,
anxiety and fear, that many a young
life is sacrificed because of the inability
to undergo the struggle of childbirth.
It is not necessary to suffer in bring
ing new life- into tho world. By the
nse of "Mother's Friend," the suffer
ing and danger can bo avoided, and
the hour robbed of itsjdreud and pain.
This remedy is praised by thousands
who have tested it. Every woman is
anxious to learn how to avoid the
pain and suffering which may bo in
storo for her. The little book, "Before
Baby is Born," will be sent free to any
ndiiress upon application to the llrad.
field Kegulator Co., Atlanta, Georgia.
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NEW TREATY WITH FfiANOE
Iteclproclty Treaty of Great Importance
Signed Treaty Work Under Ding
ley Act Closed.
Wafmsgto.v, July 25. The long
penci'JK reciprocity treaty negotiations
lictween the United States and Franco
were lirouglu to a successful close at
the slate detwrtr.it;nt when Aniliussidor
Canibun, hi behalf of France, and Uotn
niibdioucr Kas-on, in fceaalf of tho
United States, anix-.-d their signatures
to the reciprocity treitv.
Tho concession j-auted by Franco
embrace most of tliu articles ill what is
known as the French ininiiuuai tariff.
This comprises IM4 head.-, the rates
being on au average about JO per cent
below those m the general tariff of
France. Couces.-ions were granted
upon all but -0.
Besides tho reductions given to this
country, the treaty is important in cou
tinning a number of minimum rates
which would have been abolished if the
treaty had not been concluded. Tho
most important of these articles are
petroleum and mineral oils. At pres
ent these oils enter France on the miu
ininui rate, but had the treaty failed a
rate would have been imposed making
a difference of dutv amounting to about
$0,000,000. Had the treaty failed a
heavy duty would have been imposed
upon American cotton. The same is
true of copper, rubber and many classes
France secures important concessions
on over 100 of the chief products sent
by France to this country. The Ding
ley law allows uot to exceed 20 per cent
reduction as a basis of reciprocity, but
the full 'JO per cent is not allowed on all
the art.cles covered by tho treaty. On
some of them the reduction is a per 1
cent, on others 10, others la, and up to
20 per cent.
The treaty will result in placing the
products of tho United States on the
same basis in France as products of
Great Britain and Germany. At pres
ent these countries have the minimum
Ftench rate, while the American goods,
with lew exceptions, have had to pay
the maximum rate.
The French treaty was the last of tho
instruments- of this kind, aud the treaty
work under Ik: Diugley act was
brought to a close. Six treaties were
made, all stive that of France relating
to British West India islands.
IN BEHALF OF PEACE.
Series of Declaration Siguect by Hague
Conference Delegates Tor Submis
sion to Their iiovcrument.
Tin: Haoui;, July 25. The general
act embodying the results of the inter
national peace conference, after enum
erating the names and qualifications of
all the delegates, said:-
"Iu a series ot meetings iu, which the
above delegates participated, inspired
throughout by the desire to realize in
the higuo.it possible measure the gener
ous views of itsuugubt initiator, the
conference has drawn up for the ap
proval of the respective governments
the eries of conventions and declara
"Convention for the pjcirin settlement
of international disputes.
"Convention concerning the laws and
customs oi war on land.
"Convention for the adoption of laws
against the ns-j ot asphyxiating or de
leterious gases from balloon projectiles,
and for the prohibition of the use of
bullets that easily expand in the human
Tho general act contains live expres
sions oi opinion, as follows:
"The conference considers that limita
tions of the military charges which at
present oppress the world aro greatly to
be desired lor the increase ot the ma
terial and moral welfare of mankind.
"The conference expressed tho opin
ion that the question .of the rights and
duties of neutrals should bo inscribed
on the program ot" a conference to be
held at an early date.
"The conference expressed the opin
ion that questions relative to the type
and caliber of rifles and naval artilleryi
as examined by it. should be the sub
ject of stud- by the different govern
ments with a view to arriving at a uni
form solution by a future conference.
"Tho conference expresses the wish
that au early convention bo called to re
vise t..c Geneva convention.
"Tho coufereuce 1ms resolved that
questions relating to tho inviolability of
private property iu war on laud and the
bombardment of towns or villages in
naval war bo reserved for future con
ferences." The convention is signed by all the
NOT AGAINST THE DUM DUM.
United Slate Would Xot Vole For the
Tropical Mvperilueuts Being 31ade.
Washikotux, July 25. The United
States wiil not bo bound by the reported
decision ot The Hague conference to
prohibit thu tue of the dnm dum bullet
in warfaie. So fur we have uot been
obliged to use it, but tho ordnance of
ficers have been making experiments to
secure au iucreased "stopping" effect
for the small caliber ball used iu the
Krag-.'orgeusun, and these experiments
have proceeded somewhat on the hues
of the dnm dnm bullet. The American
delegates voted against the proposal to
piolnbit tite dnm dum because their
general instructions forbade them to
pledge tiiis Koverumeiit to any line of
action that would retard tho develop
ment . inventive genius in warfare.
Adhesion 1 1 the protocols is voluntary.
Great hritaiu, it is understood, also re
fund to piohiliit the use of the dum
.icjiurnig I-ir Iii-ejfu 'Irial.
Kcx.t:s, July 2j. Now that the date
of the comtmartial for the trial of Cap
tain Dreyfus has been fixed for Aug. 7
there is greater activity in tho prepa
rations for that event. Telegraph and
telephone lines arc beiug constructed,
and officers on furlough have been or
dered to return to their posts by Aug.
i. The gendarmes havo beeu given a
new countersign, aud tho luinister of
war has issued instructions with regard
to possible demonstrations.
NEGOTIATION OVER ALASKA.
Hay and Toner Hopeful No Alar in a
to Laurler's Talk.
Wamiixotox, July 25. Direct negoti
ations rtspettiug tho Alaska boundary
aro in progress between Secretary Hay
aud Mr. Tower, the British charge
here. The principals are not without
hope that success may attend their ef
forts, and thou there is arbitration yet
in reserve in case of failnro on tho pres
Tho oiiieials here aro in uowtso
alarmed at the recent dovelopmeuts ai
Ottawa, tceliiig confident that Sir Wil
frid Umrier's" utterance Saturday, in
which ho mentioned tho word "war" as
Rn alternative to arbitration, was given
a meaning not intended by the Canadian
premier. The strong language attrib
uted to Sir Charles Tapper is not cred
ited to tho Canadian government, aud it
is realizod that great latitude may prop
erly be allowed in viewing tho utter
ance? of members of an. opposition party.
We Arc Making a Run
?5c and 50c
Mens and Boy's
Straw Hats .
$1 and $1.25
Mens' and Boy's
Straw Hats. .
g Mens' Crash Suits at Price 8
$ Boys' Wash Suits Very Cheap $
(j i to
$ Bovs' Waists and iri
9 JL1L WAA sr J& m
V wfr b9 QK Sp mo B
fco Ovners of
We have enlarged our shop to meet tho growing demand of tho business. By mak
ing this addition wo have improved our facilities sons to be able to furnish at lowest
prices the BEST HAND MANUKACTUBK1) HARNESS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
We make a specialty of manufacturing
SCOTCH AND IRISH GOlIARS
Special attention pnid to lilting colhirs to -ore and deformed horses. We also carry
a complete line of Robes, Blankets and Horse Furnishing Goods; also Shoe Findings and
Leather. Repairing at reasonable prices promptly nltended to.
Repairing of Irish collars a specinlty.
One fare plus two dollars for
round trip August 5th, lith
and "th, via Chicago, Union!
Pacific fc 2s orf.h-Western line.
Return limit August 31.
The Colorado Special
One Night to Denver.
Leaves Chicago 10 a.m. every
day. Reaches Denver 2:55 p.
in. next day, aud Colorado
Springs same evening. No
change of cars and all meals
in dining cars. Another first
class train with through ser
vice leaves Chicago 10:30 p.
For particulars apply to
your nearest ticket agent or
Chicago & North-Western Ry.
Chicago, 193 Clark st.
Cleveland, 127 The Arcade
A Safe Prediction.
Diuileigh 1 understand that there is
a skeleton in the closot at your board
Slimldlgh I don't know about that,
but there'll soon be one in a hall bed
room. Town Topics.
An Infer ;iice.
Nodd We've been without
now for a week.
Todd How do you stand it?
Nodd First rate, but I imagine my
wife must be having a hard time.
ii I J NUT.
Wonderful Results Obtained
Here in Ohio.
Another Citizen who Adds His Testi
mony to What Has Been Said.
The people of this State do not hes
itate to add their testimony to that of
other citizens who have used Mor
row's Kid-ne-oids for lame back and
all ailments arising from disordered
kidneys. Kid-ne-oids will cure diz
ziness, sleeplessness, nervousness
and all kindred ailments. Here is
Mrs. Ora Markwith, 108 N. Detroit
St., Bellefontaine, O., says: "About
four years ago I begay to iail in
health. L suffered with kidney and
liver trouble, also bnckache, rheum
atism, nervousness und bud spells of
dizziness. J. was treated by different
doctors, but they gave me no relief.
Hearing about Morrow's Kid-ne-oids
and Liverlax being so highly recom
mended I decided to try them. T bo
gan to improve at once. T. shall con
tinue to take Morrow's Kid-ne-oids
and Liverlax until I nm satisfied of
iv complete cure."
Morrow's Kid-ne-oids are not pills,
but yellow tablpfs and sell nt fifty
cents n box.
Morrow's Liverlax are small red
granules and sell at twenty-five cents
Both remedies can be bought at all
drug stores, and nt John Lamparter
&, Co.'s Drug Store.
Mailed on receipt of price. Manu
factured by John Morrow fe Co.,
chemists, Springfield, O.
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Sweetens the whole system, with
out good teetli a healthy mouth
is impossible. If your teetli re
quire the services of a dentist see
us at once.
No Charge For Examination
When other teeth are ordered.
Grown and bridge work (or teeth
without plates) our specialty.
All Our Work Guaranteed
Fillings 50c and up
Gold Crowns $5.00
Full Set of Teeth $6.00
148 S. Main st.
Hours S to 8 daily, Sundays i) to 1
Low Rate excursion to Atlantic City, N. J.,
and Other Seaside Resorts, Via the Bal
timore & Ohio Railroad.
In order to give its patrons an op
portunity to visit the seashore at a
nominal cost, the Baltimore & Ohio
railroad will sell low-rato excursion
tickets to Atlantic Cify, Cape May
and Sea Isle City, K. J., and Ocean
Oify, Md., on Thursday, Aug. 3, 1899.
Atlantic City has acquired such
fame as a summer resort that a de
scription of its varied attractions are
superfluous. Thousands aro annually
attracted to this delightful resort for
the enjoyment of magnificent surf
bathing, and to avail themselves of
the unequaled oiportunities for sail
ing, fishing, etc.
Tickets will be availablo on all reg
ular trains, and will be trood for re
turn fifteen days, including date of
sale, thus giving ample time for an
enjoyable "outing. Stop-over not to
exceed ten days within limit of ticket
will be allowed at "Washington, D.C.;
Baltimore, Md., and Philadelphia,
Pa., in either or both directions.
To secure tho stop-over privileges
conductor should be notified prior to
reaching stop-over point and tickets
should bo deposited with depot ticket,
agent immediately upon arrival.
Further information will bo given
upon application to C. I). Honodlc,
ticket agent, union dopot.
An ObIcettnnnll- Anxver.
"Questions as to one's lious-lioM nian
ngoment are always objectionable, unless
they come from intimate friends who are
anxious to ivc or take counsel in tho af
fairs of daily life," says Mrs. Iltiniplirey
in her chat on "Social Blunders und How
to Avoid Thoni" in The Young Woman.
She soes on to say mat she once met nt
lunch n oung lady who annoyed her
hostess very much by answering, when
asked if she would have roast mutton or
boiled fowl, "Whatever you do uot want
to keen for the servants' dinner." Thp
hostess did not concer.l her displeasure at
this apparent reflection on her management.
TTrafSi &Wr fn r f t w Wmf
FOUE KILLED, ONE
Deadly Explosion In a Mine Kt
Urowiisvllle, Pa. Search I-'or
Brow.v.sville, Pa., July 23. Soon
after tho men had commenced going
into the mine of the Rcdston Coal, Oil
aud Coke company, near Grindstone
an explosion occurred by which four
mcu aro known to havo lost their lives
and two are m iridly burned that they
were sent to ..- Cottage hospital at
Couucllsvillo ...it a number less seri
ously. The dead were:
John Yunkora. aged 17, mother in
Stephen Skleauder, aged 40, un
marriid. Joseph Lucas, aged 38, wife and two
children in old country.
George Larvan Hutnick.aged 3G, wife
and two children across the sea.
John Yaukora was making Ins 'first
trip into a mine when he was killed.
Mike Mehslek had not been accounted
for and a new rescue party was organ
ized to co in search of the body.
Gotrox How would you like to be a
rich man like me?
Getsnos I'd like to be rich. In
PlTTSBCHO, July 24.
WHEAT-Xo. 1. (W-pound test. 6970c; No. 2
red. Oi 4o?c.
COKX Shelled yellow, Xo. 2,3U.!s40c: high
mixed do. 3S.gS.1c: mixed, STiSSHiic; ear No. 2.
yellow. 41(r.i.'e: high mixed, o9340c: mixed. 37
(y3Sc: low mixed, 3ti37e.
OATS Xo. 1 white. Kl&UfJ.c: Xo. 2 white.
31fW2c: extra Xo. 3, Wt&WiBz Xo. 3 recular.
HAY Xo. 1 timothy, -tll.TTi12.0J: Xo. 2
timothy, ilO.5J(211.O0; Xo. 3 timothy. J8.U0S
10.OJ: Xo. 1 clover mixed. J10.OJr311.00: No. 1
clover, J.2j(59.iO: Xo. 1 prairie, iS.sftg3.00;
Xo. 2 prairie, J3.00s3.5J; Xo. 3 prairie, $3.O0
8.5J: Xo. 4 prairie, $T.50(sA00; packing hay.
t8.00S.'.5: Xo. 1 timothy from country
POULTRY Live Large chickens. T5&8JC
per pair; small. 65s75c; spring chickens, 20
50c. as to size: ducks. lOlSJOc per pain turkeys,
rwSo per pound; seeso. POettjtl.OO pr pair.
Dressed Chickens, oid. 12!14e er pound;
spring, lonilTc: dneki, i:i5l5c; turkeys, 13
BUTTER Elgin prints, 214-c; extra' cream
ery, 19' Js20'-"c; .Ohio fancy creamery, 17(6)lSc;
country loli. ll'ftloc; low grade and cooking.
UHEEiE-l'ull cream; Ohio, new, fc?i9c:
three-quarters, 8-SJ.ic; Xew York state, full
cream, new, fJitsOJic: Wisconsin, 1313Kc;
25-pound brick, Swiss. 12i(ml3c: limburger,
EUQS Strictly fresh Pennsylvania and
Ohio, in cases, l-'(sl2ic: southern, HJj&lZc:
Io additional for candling).
PlTTSBCUO, July 24.
CATTLE Receipts light: 70 cars on sale.
mostly medium and common grades; market
active and prices a shade higher. We quote
following prices:" Extra. $5.503.li0: prime,
S.).3U(5.';.4U. good, to.20n5.y0; tidy. $4.9J(s5.1D;
fair, tl.lJ&i.SJ; common. SJJKX34.20: heifers.
S.J.2.VC54.75: oxen, 2-kKS4.75: bulls aud stags,
v2.50&4.v5; common to good fat cows, $2.25(&
4.10: good fresh cows. ?4J.0JS3J.00; fair, t25.00Cs
35.10: bologna cows. tl0.0CKS 20.00.
HOUS Receipts light, about 2S cars; mar
ket ruled active and fully 10c higher. Sales
were in follows: Prime pigs, medium and
best Yorkers, $4.85: common to fair Yorkers.
S4.75'S4.&J; heavy hogs, $4.75OTl.b0; common
roughs, $3.0053.50: good, J.754.I0.
MIEKP AXO LA1IBS Supply light; 15 cars
on sale: prices li)c higher on sneep: lambs
htoady; market steady. We quote: Choice
wethers. .7ftcl.S0; good do. S4.455,4.J; fair
mixed. $j.7ai 4.2U; common, S2.00 SAtX); spring
lambs. $J.7535.75; veal calves. ?6.0g6.5D; heavy
and thin, tl.OOrtw-OJ.
Xew YoitK, July 24.
WHEAT Spot market steady; Xo. 2 red,
7e f. o. b. atloat spot; Xo. 1 northern Dn
luth, 7i'c f. o. b. afloat spot: Xo. 1 bard Du
luth,81J4of. o.b. afloat to arrive: Xo. 2 red,
75c in elevator.
OATS Spot market quiet: Xo.2, 29!ic;Xo. 3
white. 2i!Sc; Xo. 2 white, 30c; track mixed
vestern and track white western, 30S3Ue.
CATTLE Market active and firm for steers;
top grades a shade higher: bulls steady to 10c
lower; cows firm: all sold. Steers, $4.70io.73;
oxen and stags. tJ.4030; bulls, t2.arffi3.90;
SHEEP AND LAMBS Market for sheep
quiet but steady; lambs active and top grades
Ann to 15c higher: all sold. Sheep. t3.&0fe
4.50: lambs. fo.0a7.00: choice, t7.25; "culls. M.00
WHEAT 66 CENTS.
July 25, 3 p.m. Butter, creamery
21c, country 20c, cooking 12jc
lard 10c; eggs 17c; chickens, loc per
lb. dressed, spring chicken, 4o to oOc
Corn, ear 25c per bushel,
shelled 48c; oats 35c; hay 65c
to 65o a hundred: straw 35c a
Potatoes 65c per bushel.
Lettuce 8 to 10c per pound. Head
Now onions, three bunches for.5c.
Radishes, two bunches for 5c,
Cucumbers, 3 for 10c.
Celery 3 bunch for 10c.
Wax Beans 15c a measure.
Tomatoes, home grown 10c per tt.
New beets, 4c, 3 for 10c.
Summer squash, 5c to 10c a piece.
New potatoes, 25c to 30c a peck.
Peas, 12c a measure.
Raspberries, 12Jc qt.
Blackberries, 12sc qt.
Huckberries, 12Jfc qt.
Gooseberries, 8 to 10c qt.
Home grown cabbage, 8c head.
Wheat CGc; oats 29c to 30c; corn,
ear, iu;c; corn, Snellen, bsc; nay,
$S.50toll; rye, 5Sc.
Butter, creamory, lflc; country
15c; lard, 0 to GvCc; eggs, 13c:
chickens, live Be, dressed 12c.
Navy beans, $1.34, $1.40; marrowfat
beans $1.50, $1.65.
Potatoes, 40c a bushel.
Cured hides, No. 1, SK Xo- 2, 8c,
green,No. l,7c, No. 2 GKc, cured
calf skins, No. 1, 10Jc, No. 2, 9Jc;
green, No. 1, 9c; No. 2, 8c; tallow,
No. 1, 4c; sheep pelts, Inmb skins
Pork, dressed, o's live 45a to 5o,
beef, dressed, Slie to i'c, live
5ic to fie; mutton, live. 4,Vc to 5c;
dressed, 8c to !)c; spring lamb,
12V,c: nork, loins. So; veal, live
5)Cc to 6, dressed, 10c.
Sugar-cured ham, 10c to Uf-4c;
shoulder, bc; Califonria ham,
7lc ; bacon, 7c; dried beef,
1(5 to 19c; lard, simon pure, 5?&
in tub; 6 to S'-so iu tierces; country
kettle 5iBo; pure lard. 5'Rc.
The Easy Foofl
Easy to Buy,
Easy to Cook,
Easy to Eat,
Easy to Digest.
At all grocers
in 2-lD. pkes.
AVANTK1 Cnse ol bad health thrt
It-I-P-A-N-S will not benoflt. Bend 5
cents to Itipans Chemical Co., New Yori
for 10 nmples and 1,000 testimonials.
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When a mini Iiim-s his vitality be is robbed
of nil interest In things, and soon become
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which are telling on you, your only protec
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The effects differ from the effects of all
other remedies, in that it is not a stimulant
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BAK-RKX creates solid flesh, muscle and
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SOLD AT LESS
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Honduras' Itepoit on Tears Killing.
Washington, July 25. United States
Minister Hunter secured from the gov
ernment of Honduras a full report, from
its point of view, of the circumstances
attending the killing of younp Pears last
spring, which has been made the sub
ject of a ciaim for indemnity by tho
United States. The report will form
the basis of speedy diplomatic action.
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Don't give them tea or coffee.
Havo von tried tha new food drink
c-Jled"GRAIN-0? It is delicious
and nourishing and takes the place
Ibc taoro Grain-0 you give tho
ohtid-ea tho more health you distri
L".::o through their systems.
( . ::::!- O is made of pr.ro grains, and
'.. ::. i;op"riy prepared tastes like
', j ;:ico grades of coffee but costs
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is. 15. :uid25c.
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