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It Was All Illght In
Theory, but Didn't Work In 1'ractlco
Two sailors, Joliimon nnd Marlit, met
nt l'ortauioutli, Kiinhud, for the fint
tlmo In iniinj- yenu. They had forrneily
sailed tojotber nnd were grcnt friends.
Jolnnon, who hnd leeenlly been paid oft
after a long oeenu rojnee, hnd In bl
possession a considerable sum of money
In a leather bag. They went together
to nn Inn In Portsmouth, neni tho wn
ter. much ficir-cated by scafailtic Rieu.
rh room which they occmiled opened
on a gallery nt tho side nf tho building,
rsaehed by on allay lending from tho
treet. When they ietlid for the night,
they wero sober, though thny had drunk
a glnss or two of grog just before.
The next mcrulug nhea tho potboy
vient to call therd he daw spots of blood
on tho stnlm nnd by the door leading
from tho nlloy to tho gsllciy, ind, being
alarmed, tuini'd bach nnd Informed tho
landlord. The landlord, who wna n can
tlotrj man, sent for n eonstnble, mid the
tuo went to the loom oecipltd by the
Iwo-fnllors. The spots of blood wcie dis
tinctly llslble. On trjlng tho door they
found It optn nod entered the mora.
Theio wero more spots of blood upon
the floor. Tl o hand basin was half full
of bloody water, nnd on the irarhstRnd
lay a large knife such ns sailors carried,
nhlch una stained wlih blood. Tinning
lo the. Ud, they saw blond on (he pil
lows nnd tho sheets, nad only one of tho
snllois In bud. Ho wns fast askep. or, ns
they supposed, pretended lo be, nnd
they hid some dllSeiilty In orouslng Mm.
I'lually ho stinted up nad, as he cased
around, manifested sifns of alarm.
"What hato you done with yoar
mnloV" the landlord nsked.
"Why, Isn't he hereT" tho mnn nslted.
"fJet up nnd diess," suld the constable.
"Ynu'ro my prisoner."
Tho mnn seenied peifectly astounded,
nnd begun a i ambling, Incoherent story.
"lletter not talk," the landlord snld.
"It'll be tlnm enough when jou go bo
fore the justice to nusner a chnige of
"Whoro's Johnson?" the mnn (who was
Marflt) nshed, still apparently confused
"You know best," was the nnswer.
Mftidt nioso nnd drcisul. piotestliig
all the time and talking wildly nod unin
telligibly, Tho constable searched tho
bed. Under the pillow on which Slut
fit's bend bad resteil ns a leather bag
containing money. Tho landlord Idinll
fli'd the bag. hating seen It In .lohuson's
possession. MurlH was subsiquenlty held
nnd Indicted for the minder of Johnson.
lll ndmltlcd that the bloody tnlfo ns
his nnd mnde n stntemint of a cry re
markablo nature which was not acdltcd
either by tho magistrate nho lommltlod
him or tho Judge nnd jury befoie whom
he nns tried. He nun contlcted nnd
hanged, protesting his Inuoctnce lo the
last. This Mnn the uccnuut which Mnr-
Ht gnve, eoi'd from tho nncleut lecoid
"I got Into bed first and lay next to
the wall. Just beforo Johnson lay down
"'.MiuHt, I don't fancy this window
here without n eatch to It. Homebudy
mliiht get Into the room mid lob us.
Take my bng and put It under jour pil
low, for a thief would then hnte to tenth
ot er mo to got nt It, nnd that might
"IIo hnuded mu the bng, nnd I put
It under my pillow. I .fell nsleep nnd
nns arciiKcu ny .lonnton getting out of
bed. I said, 'What's up'' nnd he snld,
'My nose Is bidding nud I can't ktop
"'Tiy (old wnter,' I snld, nnd I heard
him soon nfter sdnshlng the wnter,
Afler n tlmo he said!
"'It won't stop. It's bleeding na bad
" 'Take my knife It's on tho chult
nnd put the cold blado on the back ot
jour neck. They say that'll stop noso
"Ill it inluute or two lie said: 'It's no
use. The bleeding won't stop.'
"Then I htnrd him dressing, nnd 1
asked hlin w lint be was going to do.
'"I'm going to tnke n wnlk In the cool
air,' bo snld, 'I'crhnps that may ntnp It.'
" 'That's it gooil idea,' I said. '(!o
down on the pier whtto jou'll catch the
"Then I heard him go out, nnd that Is
nil I know about It."
The theoiy of the prosecution was that
Mniflt hnd stubbed .lohimm In his sleep
nail ruled the body In the dend ot night
donn in lie pier nud thtnwii It into tho
wuler nvd lh.it I he tide hnd carried It out
to te.l Daps of blood nem found nt
Intrriahi ri loin: the alley to the street,
mi! n ).l3 I' s Ilk hnndl uthlef, siuh ns
snllois then wtue. sll bloody nnd toin,
wns ffdiipl oil the pier neni steps lending
to n bna landing.
Tho sequel of thla came to 11, lit more
than a cn,r nfter (ho last sentence of the
Inw wns eseeuted on Mnrlit. Uiixlanil
nt the time nn uugnged In n foreign
war, nad one day .Inl.nson, nllre nnd
hearty, Isnded from a filgsla whlih had
lent nnclmi'fd off Portsmouth, The first
placn ho went to was the inn nt which
lie nnd hiu filend hsd stnpptd, is ulienily
mirintcil. Impih) illscloipd the dread
fnl fate of Mat tit, whiMt story, Johnson
uruwid, wns tiuo la every pullci'ljr.
"When 1 lenched the pier," Johnson
rnld, "I r&fl ntJdeidy polluted upon by a
M. K1IITIT.1 tlOOa.
lief for Women"
r I lis, lln. t.si.i.Uirli.J I
lw aJ TmiiUs ,uli vf Vt, UAJ
French Female Pills.
lrllM br IboilMKj. ol m(i.C1 lUIMrs
Z .. ll.hl'tMl"rtfl,lsi,
S.S VlltC. Ill Nln, W tills .Ml I.t'J TO
Sitoaunia0o,3aia, tu ivstisu, J
" ''f 'rshuu
Tlclmts on sulo Dec. r. and ID, to
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and southwest. Soo W. K, I.imgdon
for routes, rales and any Informa
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lloutti biitweon Akron and Now
ViHt. Oommoiiclng Sinuiny, Dec.
10, tialn loaves Akron 2:27 n.in.. ar
rives Now York 7tSQn.ni. 'l'lumeC.
I), llonodli), t(ckot agent. Union do
pot, agent for sleeping car lesurva-tlon.
t'els-Naptha soafi is better
than anyone can believe, with
out using it : washes clothes
better with half the work : in
cold or warm water : no boil
ing. 5c ; and the 5c back from
the grocer, if you don't find
Tell & Co, mskef , Philadelphia.
press gang from one of ttie men-of-war.
I matto n struggle for It, nnd tho ker
chief round my neck wns ripped off. I
was taken In n boat to a man-of-war In
tl e nDlng. nnd In a few days she soiled
foi tho West Indies ns convoy to n licet
of snllhig vessels. When I landed yes
terday. 1 thought I might ns well find
MmEt If I could nnd g(t my money, ns
I knew lie wns honest and would tako
enre of It for me." 'exchange.
SURPRISED HER HUSBAND.
Whr the Young: Wife Spent am After
noon In II In OlTlee.
Young Mrs Smith, who lives down
on Tralrio uvciine, la very fond of her
husband and also very jealons of him.
Mr. b'mlth knows this und enjoys It Im
mensely lieforo tho 8mlthn wero mnr
rled ho usod. to Imow n Minneapolis gltl
who vl'ltfvl his sister In Chicago Mis.
Euilth know her very well too. Tho Min
neapolis gin came down not long ago,
nud Mrs. Smith called on her. A few
days before the Minneapolis girl went
hack sho culled nn Mrs. Smith, nnd
they had nn enjoyable quarter of an
hour thinking things nlxr.it 0110 another
and talking nbont Mansfield.
When tho Minneapolis girl rose to
go. sho snld sweetly, "Oh. by tho way,
I want lo seo Clinrllo before I go back,
nnd I think I may just drop Into his
office this afternoon."
"Oh. dot Charlie will Is) delighted,'
rctnrncd Mrs Smith. Tho door had
hardly closed on tho guest boforn Mrs
Smith executed a sort of war dnnco
She dressed ns fast as she could, pnt on
her bonnet und announced her Intention
of going down to Mr Smith's ofilco
Iter grandmother remonstrated in villa
Mrs. Smith Is only 18. and she Is jeal
ons. "I thought I'd spend tho afternoon
with yon, " sho announced to the aston
ished Charlie as eho swept into tho
"But. my dear"- ho began, when
Mrs. Smith ensconced herself at tho
side of his drsk and intimated that the
most violent arguments would not
move her She sat there all tho after
noon The Minneapolis girl enjoyed
herself shopping, and forgot to call In
to tell Charlie goodby Mrs Smith broke
down nnd confessed ns soon as sho got
home, and her foolish young husband
told hor to go down next day und bny
herself the prettiest hat sho could find.
Chicago Inter Ocean
JOHN HAY'S DIG APRON.
One of the Cnsea Where lllahirnab
Inir I'rmluoetl a I'oet.
Colonel Hay was when n boy a regu
lar uttendant of tho Presbyterian Sun
day school at Warsaw, Ills
The Sunday schwil lessons partly con
sisted of committing to moinory Dlblo
verses, and to attain supremacy In this
created tpaito a rivalry among the schol
ars. John Hay was sure to como out
uhciul from two to (lvo answers, somo
timeo more, cnustng those ot his com
rades wlio were always behind him to
regard him with envy,
Conscimently when some of thoro boys
heard that John hud to wash dishes nud
do tho churning for his mother nnd,
more than all, that ho wore un opron
whllo at these duties his jealons com
rades fairly crowed.
Onu morning it was agreed by his
comrades to got ill in ont of doom whllo
he hud his apron on and humiliate him
tiy having two or three girls whom ho
rather liked ask him questions in re
gard to his liousowork.
Young Hay enmq ont to whero the
boys were und nunwered tho questions
by saying that ho w.iehed dishes as his
mother taught him. and then, with
twinkling eyes he g.ivo tho illslipnn
which ho Inn with lilui 11 tremeudrns
(ling, contents nnd nil, drenching who,
over happened to bo near enough, and,
latighluir loudly, ran into tho kitchen
Huy and IiIh big apron were never mo
lested after th.it. Christian CniUwor
A Kli.tnsr Nnllon.
In no other putt of tho world is kiss
ing so much in vogue as iu Kline In.
From tlmo immemorial it has been tho
national salute. Indued It is more nf a
greeting lli.iu n cures,.
In public nllnlts, ns in 1 rhuto, tlio
kiss Is 1111 established custom, Fatbits
und nous klsH, old genornls with riuty
mustaches Lie-, whulu repimcuts klgs,
Tim omperor klseou hi, ollluors. Ou a
rcviowiug day thorn nro almost asmnuy
IcImcs ns shots exchanged. It 11 lllllpu
Han corps of ntdcts lin 0 earned tho im
perial approval, the imperial salnto ia
bestow id 11; cu tho bend boy, whopnssos
It on with a hearty report to his neigh
bor, he iu his turn to tho next, and to
on, through tho wholo jnvoullo body,
On 11 holiday or fcto day tho young
and dcllcntu ml, tress of 11 houea will
not only kiss all hor maidservant, but
ull her menten unto, too, ami If tho
gcutloiuuu dues not U'nturo nbovo her
hand sbn will stoop und kiss his cliook.
To judge also from tho number of
ealutou thu iiialtlnituiial bond in these
high circles must boune of uninterrupt
ed felicity. Agcutlcmuu scarcely outers
or leaves tho roum without kissing his
wife either on hor forohend, chock or
The Cnnuon Hall Tree.
Among the plunts nf flulno'i one of the
most curious Is the cnnuon bnll tree. It
grows to the height of 00 feet, nnd Its
tinners me lemnrkaUc, not only for
their benuty, but also for their frngrancc.
Its blossoms ore of a beautiful crimson,
appearing In large hunches and exhal
ing a 1 Mi peituiiH'. The tiult lesembles
enormous cannon bulls, hence the unnie.
Howcier. somo sny It has been so cnlhil
because of the poise which the balls
make In bursting. From the skills dr.
inestle utensils are made, and f 10111 the
contents are obtained several kinds of
acids, sugar and gnu, at welt ns the ma
terials foi making un eseelltnt drink In
A Wnr of Ills.
"The photographer! wife Is awfully
Jcnloiis of him,"
"Well, I suppose she kuows that ho
makes a praetleo of fHittcrlne other
Baldy Hank's so called because tho
Illackfeet on a certain occasion lettered
him of his scalp, which loss failed, how
ever, to lucuiii cnleuco htm to nay great
extent w ns ono oRf.10 tirst men to stake
out a claim In Warwboop City, and It
yielded hlin cnouxh pny dirt to keep his
ciedlt good at Red Hoss Chnrley's until
ho finally "kicked over the divide." Ills
taking off was rather sudden, nnd he left
no will. Hut mnny dais after he had
been "planted" his widow arrived from
somewhere no ono knew where and as
sumed charge of the claim. Sho was a
buxom cieature of 40 or thereabout,
and as she asserted herself in a very
businesslike way no one felt called upon
to dispute her lights.
So It happened that beforo long half
the mole population of Worwhoop were
shly casllm; covetous cjcs un the lady
nnd her clnim; but nobody nppenred to
bo able to get Ills courngo up suRlclcutly
to actinlly go a-comtlng. It remained
for Tluee Fingered Stele ono CTcnlng to,
moke a dellbeintc attempt on the wid
ow's lienrt and hand.
When lie nrrlved ot the enjdn, he found
the object of his affection Kitting In tho
doorway smoking her evening pipe nnd
Hppnrcntly feeling at peace with nil tho
"Wldder," said the visitor by way of
Introduction ns ho sidled up to the door
nnd doffed hln sombrero, "my name Is
Tluee Fingered Stove, an I'm a bad man,
"Is thet so?" replied the lady calmly
as she took her clay pipe from her mouth
nnd aired him up tnrcfully.
"You bet tliet's sol" Steve went on
feiocloiisly. "I'm sed ter be tl.er greatest
livln terror thet ever struik these parts.
I'm so bad, 1 nm, thet I couldn't bo no
wiijs In any wny whntsumever, I'm a
regular avalanche o' destruction, wld
dei!" These terrible words did not appear to
alnim Mrs, Hanks to any visible extent.
Hut she iiiadf no leply to them.
"I've fought heaps o' pilnters nn wild
cats in my time," Steve continued, "an
I've got a private grnvejard up ther
mountain bjer wot's full o' galoots wot
made ther mistake ter look cioss eyed at
me. As for plren, w'y, 1 kin drink more
plzen, wldder, thnn nuy shanghnl thet
ever struck ther dlggln's!"
A look came Into the widow's eyes that
If Stove had known her better lie would
have more fully comprehended.
"Wot do jer want hyer'f" sho In
quired. "Wldder," snld Steve Impressively,
"I've been n-thlnkin fer some time as
how mebbo yer wanted ter git married,
an I Jlst dropped eround hyer ter sny
thet, ther same bein ther case, I wus a
party ns who vvus rensonablo wlllln ter
take yer In out o' ther wetl"
The widow put nsldo her pipe and rose
to her feet.
"Thought I wanted ter git married, did
yer?" she Inquired.
"Yep. th.et's ther Idee!" answered Stove.
"All ther boys up at Ited tloss Charley's
Is n-tnlkln about It."
"So er thought ye'd condescend ter
step eiound nn tako me In, eh?"
"Yer see ther p'lnt, wldder, exactly."
"Wnnl," snld Mrs. Hnnks, "when yer
go bnck ter Ited IIoss Chnrley's Jlst glvo
ther boys my compliments, nn hycr's
Eomcthln fer r trouble" With thnt
she enught Steve, by the bnck of tho neck
and proceeded'tn dust tho neighborhood
with him. Before he realized what had
happened ho was n wreck and ruin nnd
looked llfsc a houso hnd fnllcn on him.
When the cyclone wns over, he fonnd
himrelf on his bnck. as limp as a rag,
with the widow seated on his anatomy,
resting, from her exertions.
"Wldder," snld Steve faintly, "don't
do thet no more" I nln't eknl ter It. My
constitution Is kinder delicate, wldder!"
"Got enough, her yer?" said Mrs,
"I got n-plenty tor do fer ther pres
ent," replied Steve. "Too ranch cxerclso
nt once ain't good fer a feller. Yer ain't
In 110 burly ter git up, nlr yer, wld, lor?"
"Nub; I ain't In no hurry," said Mrs.
Hanks. "I'm veiy comfortable, thankee."
"Say, wldder," said Sieve, after n mo
ment ot pnlnful icHectton, "1 wnnter
apologize ter )cr fer ther wny 1 dono up
Iluldy. I'm dutii sony now I perforated
Mm, an hope yer won't hold notbln agalu
"Wiu It er thet let daylight through
Baldy Hanks?" demanded tho widow In
"I'm ther same Idcntlcnl bad man 1
mean I'm ther guilty wretch," replied
Steve, "Wo wiu ii'playln stub poker an
ll.ildy had two ares moie'n vvus strictly
light nn pioper, so I jlst chawed Mm
up thet Is ter sny, I filled Mm full o' lend
In ther most plzen mean manner. It
winn't right, wldder, on I'm diirn sorry,
I nm! I npolnglzo, wldder, I'm a re
formed man fiom this minute."
Mis. Ilnnks then got up nnd assisted
Steve lo his fret.
"Say," sbu snld, "et It wus really yer
thet rid ther (ill t li 0' thet pesky critter,
durn me ef I ain't sorry I lambasted yer!
When )cr did I bet, yer mado mo yer
friend fer life. Thet llnhly Hanks wilt
ther plxonest lop esred kloto thet ever
run loose, nil I sn) It 11s knows. I sup
ported Mm fer ten yeais, an when he
struik pny dirt hsir ho nover cheeped ter
mo about It. One day I happened out
liver, uu )ci kin Imagine my joy when
I found bin claim Jlst n-wattln fer mo nn
no Bnldy hangln eiound. Come Iu ther
house, Steve, nn I'll patch yer up, I
ruthir like )er now,"
"(Jiiess I won't go In, wldder," nil
Stove weiully. "I kinder think I'l bo
golu back ter ther b-iys"
"Come light along," said Mrs. Hanks
as she pushed him thiough the door,
"I'm mighty sorry 1 lambasted jer llko
thet, though It ain't a maikcr ter ther
wav I used ter lambust Bnldy. I'm
a-tlilnkln I'll accept yor proposal o' mar
ilage. When would jer Hko ter get
"Wnnl, I thet Is 1 nln't III no hur
ry," snld Steve weakly.
"How would day after temiotrovY do?"
nsked the widow. "I'm n-lookln fer ther
thlldreii then I've sent fer 'em. Tiler's
eight o' ther pesky little brats, an vvo'll
celebrate thilr eomln with n vvcddln.
What do jer say, Xtevo?"
"Thet Jlst nulls me," snld Steve, moan
ing helpless'). "Thet Is tr say, of ef
I'm nblo ter bo about," Northwest Mng
nrlne, An Odit stnwe Wrnrer,
The late Slgnor Foil, the well known
vocalist, once mnde a .very cm loin
wager with some, of his companion
slntets nt Her Majesty's Opera House,
Some 'M years ngo Meplilatopheles In
(Jomrod's "must" wns among hs fa
vorlte Impersonations. In tho garden
fccuc his strides whon aUemptjng to
avoid tho elderly Martha formed nn
Important feature of tho humorous
One night, the Icugth of his legs be
ing u subject of chaff ns be was stand
lug nt tho wings, he declared his
ability to cross the stage In Uiree
bounds. Tho commetits that ensued re
sulted In n bet.
When tho proper moment for tho ex
pertinent came, he retreated a fow
To love and be loved,
is every -woman's
right. To be beauti
ful is impossible for
some women. To be bright-eyed, clear
skinned, red lipped, vivacious, attractive
is tne privilege
dull eyes, pale
lock the door
In Love's face.
No man ad
mires a sallow,
Pav orlte Pre
cal Discovery ' are benutlfiers because they
arc health makers
The "Pnvotlte Prescription" is designed
to cure nil distinctly feminine ailments. It Is
prescribed forglrlsnboutto become women
and takes from this dangerous period much
of Its discomfort. It is prescribed for
women of all ages who are troubled with
Inflammation, irregularity, debilitating
drains and other symptoms of derangement
of the feminine organism. His a general
tonic for the whole system but when such
a tonic Is needed it is better to take the
"Golden Medical Discovery" In connec
tion with the " Favorite Prescription."
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
Is a medicine for men and children as well
as women. It is a most wonderful blood
purifier nnd flesh builder. Itsearchea out
and kills disease germs in the digestive
system, blood and lungs and puts the
whole body iu a strong, beatthy state.
Before purchasing medicine of any kind
It Is well to write to Dr. R. V. Pierce, at
nufTalo, N. Y stating your symptoms. He
will diagnose your case and prescribe for
you free of charge. It may be that you
need both "Favorite Prescription" and
Golden Medical Discovery," or you may
need only one. PohsIMv your case requires
something entirely different. Whatever
you need Dr. Pierce will tell you without
a cent of cost to you.
paces, and then, to the surprise ot the
audjenco as well ns to the icprcscnta
tlve of Martha, leaped from sldo to
Bide. Tho scene nuver evoked more
laughter, and Foil was acknowledged
to have won the wager.
"Ilurlng thu civil war," says the
Boston Transcript, "tho Law school at
Cambridge was presided over by Pro
fessors Parsons, Parker and Wash
burn. They were divided In their po
litical views, aud each did his best
to maintain bis opinion.
"Professor Paiker was ono day ask
ed, 'How do you got along on politics
at the Law school?'
"'Nicely,' ho nnswered. 'We are
" 'But how can that be?' continued
the Inquirer. 'There are threo of you?"
"'Easy onough replied the profess
or. 'Parsons writes on one sldo and 1
on tho other, and Washburn be speaks
ou one side and votes on the other.' "
Amertean News Via London.
Another case of going abroad to get
tho news. A London paper said the
other day: "New York Is on tho evs
of n tierce social struggle. The per
sistence with which 'Boss' Crokor,
Mayor Van Wyck and the otlier mag
nates: of Tammany havo been Ignored
by tho Vaudcrbllts, the Astors, the
Gerrys, the Goelets, the Llvlugstons
and the other members of New York's
exclusive Four Hundred has so galled
and Irritated the families of the for
mer that they havo resolved upon
founding a new nud still more exclu
sive society of their own, which Is to
tako tho sails out of Its rival."
The Wronsr Tint
The heartless landlord has come to
evict the widow with 18 children,
ninny of whom nro teething.
But nt tho threshold tho woman
waves him back Imperiously.
"Not today!" sho cries.
"Why not?" nsks tho landlord, with
"Because." the woman replied, "no
pitiless Btorm of rain mingled with Icy
sleet rnges without!"
The landlord grinds his teeth in Im
potent ruge. He may tramplo under
foot the promptings of his better na
ture, but not the conventionalities es
tablished by long usage. Detroit Jour
nal. Mot nis Destination,
A steamer vns stopped In the mouth
of tho river owing to a dense sea fog.
An old lady Inquired of the captain tha
cause of the delay.
"Can't seo up tho river," replied tho
"But I can sec tho stnrs overhead,"
continued the old lady.
"Yes; but uutll tho boilers bust wo
nln't a-going that way." World's Com
Human hnpplness, nccordlng to tho
must received notions, seems to consist
of tluee Ingredients, uctlon, plenum 0
nnd Indolence. Aud though those In
gredients ought to be mixed Iu differ
ent pioportlous, according to the par
ticular disposition of tho person, yet no
ono Ingredient can be entirely wanting
without destroying In some measuro
tho relish of the whole composition.
A Theory Proved.
Jlci Honesty Is the best policy aftor
"Beiavmber that dog I stole?"
"Well, ' tried two hull days to sell Mm,
an no 0:10 offeied moro'n a hob. Bo I
went an guv Urn to the ole lady what
owned Mm. nn iho guv me 'alt a sover-lng.-Tlt-nitt,
Dangerous Kidney Diseases.
Celery King baa cured mo of kidney dls-
fivio. Thedoclor foarrd Ilrljrlit ' dUente, and
trld many remedies thnt save mono help
LVtery Kltix bad made me as well at over tn
my liro, and It seems almost na though a
in.n.ele hud lioun wrought In wy case. Jen
nie O. Uelchard, Hprlnglown, ra,
Celery Klnjf ourefl Coast lpfttlon and Nerve,
btomuch, LHernnd Kidney rttBoosci, 4
(Correoted December 15, 1800.)
Wheat, per bU. 09o.
Ityo, per bu., 00c.
Oats, per bu 2rto,
Corn, shelled, per bu., 85c.
Ear corn, per bu., 15 to 17c.
Corn, cracked, $15.00 per ton.
Clover (largo), por bu, $3,50 to $4.25
Clover (small), por bu, $3.Mto$4.25
mover, crimson, per mi. ipa.uu
Clover, white, por bu, $7.
Clover, nlslke, $5
Timothy, por bu, $1,00 to $1.25
Mill Feed Chop.
Corn, onts nnd bnrley, per cwt., 85c
Corn nnd oats, per cwt., 80c.
Mlddellngs, per cwt., No. 1, 05o.
Brnn, per cwt, 75o
Snrlmr wheat, ocr sack. 11.25
City brands, por sack, $1.00 to $1.10
xtyu iiour, per buck, ai.ui1
Uralinm flour, por snek, 10-lb, 80o
Timothy, No. 1 baled per ton, $18.00
Timothy, No. 1 bulk per ton, $9.
Clover and timothy, No. 1 bnlod
per ton, O'j' to $10.
Clover nnd timothy, No. 1 bulk per
ton. $10.50 to $11
Clover, No. 1 bnled per ton, $0.00
Clover, No. 1 bulk per ton, $0
Wheat, bnled per ton, $5.
Whont, bulk per ton, $5
Oats, baled per ton, $4.50
Oats, bulk per ton, $4.50
Rye, per ton,$ 0.
Ityo, bundle, $11 per ton
Beef, live por lb, 8 to Co
Beef, dressed per lb, 0 to 8)o
Pork, live per lb BU to 4o
Pork, drossed per lb S to BJo
Mutton, llvo per lb 8 to 4o
Mutton, drossed per lb Co
Lamb, dressed per lb 8Ko
Xamb, llvo per lb i4 to Go
Veal, llvo per lb 4 to 5
Veal, drossed por lb 8to8Jo
Ham, cured por lb 8M to 10o
Shoulder, cured per lb 7o
Bacon, cured per lb 8 to Do
Beef, dried per lb 10 to 10o
Cured, beef No 1, per lb lOJo
Cured, beof No 2, jpor lb 0io
Orocii, beof No 1, per lb 8o
Oreen, beef No 2, per lb 7(o
Cured, cnlf No 1, per lb Ho
Cured, calf No 2, per lb 10c
Green, calf No 1, per lb lOJo
Ureen, cnlf No 2, per lb Ojijo
Sheep pelts, 76o to $1.00
Tallow per lb, 4J to 4Jo
Mutter, Elgin oreamory, por lb, 25o
Butter, country, per lb, 18 to 20o
Butter, cooking, per lb, 12c
Lard, country, por lb, 0 and 0)o
Lnrd, city, per lb, OXo
Eggs, strictly fresh, per doz 23o
Chickens, live, per lb 7 to 8c
Chickens, dressed, per lb 8 to lOo
Turkoys, dressed 10 to 12o
Ducks, drossed 10 to 12c
Potatoes, pur bu 85 to 40o
Nnvy benns, per bu, $2.15
Marrowfat benns, por bit, $2.50
Mnplo syrup, por gal, 70 to 75o
Onions, per bu, 40o
Butter, Elgin creamery, por lb, 82o
Butter, country, per lb, 25o
Buttor. cooking, per lb, 10 to 15o
Buttcrltie, per lb, 18 to 20o
Oleomargarine, per lb, 20c
Lnrd, country, tier lb, lOo
Lard, city, per lb, lOo
Lnrd, compound, per lb, 8o
Eggs, strlctlji. frosh per doz, 28o
ChlckotiB, llvo per lb, 10 to Ho
Chickens, dressed per lb, lBo
Turkey!, drestjed 15o
Ducks, dressed lilo
Potatoes, per bit, OOo
Oats, por bu, 80 to i!2o
Corn, car, per bu, 25o
Corn, shelled, per bu, 40o
Corn, cracked) per Hi, lo
Hay, balled, pqr cwt, 75c
Straw, baled, per cwt, 85o
Onions, per bushol $100
Celory, por bunch lOo
York State, por lb, 18c.
Hwiss, per lb, 18o.
Full cream, per lb, ICo
Salt, per bbl, Wadsworth $1.10, N.
Rock salt, por lb, lo
Oil meal, per lb, 2o
Crushed oyster shells, CGo a cwt.
Crushed bono, nor lb, 2Jc
Linseed oil, boiled per gnl, 52c
Unseed oil, raw por gal, 50c.
Turpeiitlno, ppr gal, 75o
White Lead per cwt, $0.
Nails, 8d wlio common per owt,
Nails, 8d stool cut common per cwt
NiiIIh, 8d out common per cvvt,$3.C0
Spring chickens, 7 lo So
Spring chickens 12o lb
Heinlook bill Btutl $10 per m
Norway bill stufl $23 nor m
Yollow plna Biding No. 1 $27 per m
Yellow plno flooring No. 1 common
$25 per ra
Yollow plno celling No. 1 $27 per m
White nine lath No. 1. $0.00 Dor m
White plno lath No. 2 $5.60 per 1000
Clear red oedar shingles $8.60 per
Clear hemlook shingles $2.76 per
DON'T BUY LUMBER
Until you get our prices and see
The Hankey Lumber Co.,
Wholesale and rstnll dealers la
.. E-l-J INIB BPR..
And manufaetur(rs ot
Sasb, Doors, Blinds, Etc.
103o South MxlnSt, .- Akron, O.
A AVell Ilealen rem.
Teacher Can any of the class ex
plain to nievvhy tho way of tho trans
gressor Is hardy
Scholar I guess It's because It's
traveled so much. Ohio 'State Jour
RAILROAD TIME TABLES
f Dally; nil others dally oxoept Sunday.
Central Standard Time.
CI.EVICLAND, AKIION A coLUMnua
Union Depot, Market St.
No. 27t Columbus express flionnra
No. ft! Krom Mlllcrsburg only 10117 nm
No. 8f Columbus fnaji mall siispm
No. Jf OolDln. fast mall...,.,.,., OiSSnm
No.ns ToMlltersburgonly M 4i4ipiu
No. S8 Col.-Ctn. express (t) , J107 pm,
JCBIII RAILROAD CO.
Erls Depot, Mill st.
Tims Card! Deo. II, Uos,
VM IX VW..M..
No 6 Limitod veitlbuftl
.... ", v .k. uu w... j ;.,, ......... ;u ,,,
No 18 Huntington spsolal (Tt).......12:KI pm
No St- Paelfln nr -M p'
NO 87 AnnmmnriMlr,n , M1 a:Q am
No Limited vsstlhula .. li am
No 1 Express ..... S:M am
No 4 New York special .......ISiM pm
No 1st Chautauqua express...,MH 4123 pm
No 88 Accommodation ,.,.......... 4:00 pm
, (tt) Exospt Monday and days lifter holi
days. Kn IX IV. AVrnn nnlv
WHEELING) A LAKE ERIE BT.
Myron T. Herriok, Robert Bllokarudarfsr,
rsoalvsrs. Ttma.eardi Nov. 1T.UM.
Not Nolf Vol
Toledo (Union dspot)Xv Tilt
Lodl ....,. 10!1
mllle ,,, "'la
Mass! Hon .....
.Lv 0:80 am 10:00 am
Massltlon a,fin i,RO
s:oo ix:oo pm
Orrvllla. ......... : 3:1
Crestnn ,,, , Qui 3,40
Lodl ........ 10:00 8:03
Spencer .. 10:15 8:18
Toledo (union depotv...Ar 1:30 pm 0:80
II. L. Booth,
Qsnerat Trafflo Uacager,
Assistant General Passenger Agent,
PlTTSBUItO A WESTERN It. R.
In offect Nov. 10, 1890.
Union Depot, Market street.
Leave for the East.
No. 0 Vestibule limited 1:65 am
No. 4t Pittsburg express.....,. fl:40am
Vn A Pl.l.l.ir. m. I ,.,....
Ho 10 Washington Kxpress from C.
i.oc v. ii.n. liowara si. station tizupm
Arrlvo from the Dast.
No. 8 Westorn mall ...........11:83 am
No. 47 Chicago oxpresss ...... H 7:25 pm
Nn. fit- VeiMhula limited lliHQnm
No. 0Clovo. Hxpress, nr. O. T.A V.
it. uowuru st. Biauou.. v;aj am
BALTIMORE A OHIO.
In c fleet Nov. 10, 1890.
No. 8 Vestibule limited , 11:15pm
No. 7 Akron-ChtrfiiTn fust mnll Tnilnnm
No. 47 Chtcato express.. 7:60 pm
Arrive from tho west.
No. Of Vestibule limited..... l:S0nm
No. 40 Pittsburg express. 0:35 nm
No. 8 Chicago-Akron fast mnll 8:10 pm
O., T. A V. R. R.
uu iliac nuitu.
IIow. St. Union
P: 10 am
,.1 :10 pm
No 7 ...
M 8:42 am 6:05 am
, 12:01 pm 12:94 pm
No 0 .
No 6 .
No 17 ...
m ru.Mpm litiopm 11:20pm
, 7180pm 7iC0pm 8:00pm
r except Sunday from Union Depot
NORTHERN OHIO RAILROAD.
THE NORTHERN OHIO RAILROAD.
Tlmo Card, Deo. 18. 1608.
Depot North Main Street.
Depart-No. !...... ,X..... . 7HS0 am
Nn.ll R.IW nn.
Arrive No. J......
. 4:S0 nm
THE NORTHERN OHIO TRACTION CO.
Tho A., B. A C. Railroad.
Waiting Room, North Howard Bt.
Time Card. Nov. IW, 1809.
Cars for Cleveland leave earner Knwerrt
and Market sis. every hour from 6:30 a.m.
lo 8:80 p.m ana to 10:80 p.m. Saturtlaye and
Sundays 6:80 n.ni. 0:80 A,m and every
linlt hour to 1 p.m., 8 p m., v p.m. and 10:80
FIRE ALARM CALLS.
1 Central Engine Houso
2 Buckeye Works
B Akron Iron Works
4 Diamond Bubber Works
5 Mnlu and Market
6 No 2 Engine House, Sixth ward
7 N Broadway, near Market
8 Buchtel av and Bowery
0 Schnmaoher Mill, Mill it
12 Prospeot, near Mill
18 Furnaco and Broadway
14 Main and ICeck
16 Ash nnd Park Place
10 No 8 Engine House, West Hill
17 Carroll and Exchange
18 Emp re Mower and Iteaper Wki
10 Ak on Rubber Worki
21 Prospeot and Perkins
23 Forge and Market
24 Sherman near Exohanga
25 Main and Exchange
20 North Howard and Tallnindg-
27 W Market and Greene
28 Akron Knife works
29 Washington and Ifopp alley
81 North Howard and North
82 E Market and Spruce
.14 W Market and Valley
85 Carroll and Stiloer
80 Carroll ami Sumner
87 North and Arlington
38 Vine nud Fountain
39 Coburn and Campbell
41 Wooster av and Locust
42 Pearl, near Cistern
43 S Main and Falor
45 College and Mill
48 Arlington and Hatcl
47 Howo and Bowery
48 AVest South
49 Merrill pottery, Stat it
61 Howard and Cherry
62 No. 4 Engine house, Main A Fair
53 Center st. railroad crossing
54 Buchtel av. and Union
60 Akron Stoneware Co., Sixth ward
57 J.oiIh and Turner
68 Perkins and Adolph ave
69 Main, near Odd Fellows Tomplo
01 Case ave and Kent
02 Sioborling Mill, Sixth ward
(CI Johnston and Cbntnplain
04 Akron Sewer Plpa Co. .Black mill
05 Hill Sewer Pipe Co, E. Market
07 Carroll and E. Market
08 Second ave and Valley railroad
CO Johnson aud Wilson
71 Gran and Cross
72 North and Maple
73 Werner Printing Co
71 North Urion, near Bluff
75 Robinson Bros, N Forge at
70 The Whltmore, Boblnson Co
81 Western Linoleum Co
82 Summit Sewer Pipe Co
83 Allyn aud Cross
84 Thorntoi, aud Harvard
85 The J O MoNeal Boiler Worki
01 Cereal Mills, S Howard st
92 Schumacher Cooper Shop, North
121 General Alarm
128 Silver and Hlokory
UW W Mart. and Rhode, av
S3 Bennar-i Brewery, V Tern
241 Sherman and VoVts
251 Cedar and Wabash av
253 W Exobange. near WOlov
812 Cascade dills, N Howard
314 Fire OhUf'a Reatdenoe
821 Adami and Upson
841 Balch and Market
342 Maple, opposite Bnloh
816 Btttman and Crosby
861 Exchange aud Splcer
112 Woostor and St Clair
113 St Clair and Bartgei
116 Water Works, Wooiter nr
111 Kw&rt Til Work T
VAv',rJ'.'U vl,V.W, .j