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THE MARON DAILY HIKROft. THUllcJDAt. AUOUflT 8, 1907.
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Conclave of Railroaders
Is Now in Session.
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Conductors, Brakemen, Firemen and
Engineers Meet in Secret Session
at Cambridge Springs, Pa.
Cambridge Spring, Pa.. Aug 0.
Much mystery aurrotinds tho meet
ings ot tho railway representative! nt
the Hotel ItMcr In this place Sen
clone behind closed doom have boon
In progress for nearly n week, but no
quiet have been the meetings and no
successful havo tho members kept
tholr presence a secrot that eou
newspaper men of this place wore not
cognlrant of their presence.
An earnest endeavor has been made
to keep tho matter tinder cover and
hotol attaches havo boon warned not
to offor tho slightest Information So
far ns can bo loarned hero, ofllcora
representing the Pennsylvania, tho
Now York,, New Haven & Hartford,
the Central of New .lornoy. I.uko Brio
& Western, Baltimore & Ohio and
Chcsapeako & Ohio arc piesent.
Committees from the railway con
ductora, telegraphers, yardmen, engi
neers and firemen have beon treating
wJta (Ao members. Thursday tho
Vrasftaen were In session.-
Iftto last night n report gained cir
culation that there had been an un
friendly feeling In the committee
room, but no ono would either conllrm
or deny the rumor. In fact, thoso
who are approached expressed ' sur
prise when nsked if a meeting had
A wholosalo readjustment of wago
scales Is said to be the object of tho
conference and 60.000 railroad work
ers arc Involved in tho controversy.
Orders Company to Resume Work.
Helena, Mont., Aug 0 Judge Bach
In the district court Thursday Issued
a writ of mandamus to compel tho
Itocky Mountain Uell Telephone Co,
whoso operators are on strike, to re
sumo operations. He declared that
the company had a public duty to per
form, Ho aald tho fact that one per
son persuades another not to work
does .not Justify the company's icfiisal
to do Us duty to tho public. It was
Immaterial what It cost to operate ita
lines, was tho reply to tho statement
of counsel that the company had not
Bucceeded In securing help, .ludgo
Ueach said tho company could get all
the assistance needed lf Batlsfactory
pay was offered.
Pittsburg, Aug. 99. At n confer
ence Thursday between officers of
district No. 5, United .Mine Workers,
and officers of tho Plttsbuig Coal Co,
all grievances that thieatcned to
brlns on a strike of 14.UW) men weie
adjusted. Tho company has agreed
to the Htlpulatlona of tho miners and
2,000 men who havo been out at some
of tho company's mines will return to
Tho President Pardons a Woman.
Washington, Aug. D. President
Roospvelt has pardoned Nancy Mlllur.
who was convicted about six ear3
ago In Indian Territory of manslaugh
ter for killing Alice Tlrnko In a dis
pute over n gosling. Tho woman wns
sentenced to pay a flno of $500 and to
servo ton years In the Ohio peniten
tiary. Mado Jailor a Prisoner and Escaped.
Maytleld, Ky Aug. 9. Noah Coffeo
and Don Fraslor, whlfe boys In Jail
hero ' chnrgod with store breaking,
fastened tho keeper In Jail and escap
ed over tho wall. It was an hour bo
foro the jailor was relenbed.
If. Four Trainmen Killed.
Dalton, Ga., Aug. 9. Four train-
men -woro killed aud thieo seriously
Injurpd In a head-on collision between
freight trains on tho Western & At
lantic railroad, one mile north of heio,
Four Men Probably Fatally Burned.
Pittsburg, Aug. u. Six mun woio
hurnecl ly molten motat nt tho Jonea
& Lausfhlln stool plant'ln this city
last fiigbt. Four of 'them aie In a
hospital and nro not expected to re
cover NornlnatecT n Judge fop Governor.
Bait morn. 'Aug. U. At an adjourn
ed )'fln(-' last night tho democratic
Etu'o-' c(in 'ontlon nominated Judgo
i t(ji l I'rothcrs, of Cecil county,
if r rjuveniiT. '
Nlfitorman Killed In a Collision.
t aw York. Aug. 9. A trolley car
w 1 8 woik r ir collided on a curve at
3 niyrook. U I., Thursday, J. V.
Z lttrmotornn of the work car, was
Washington, Aug. 0. Tho long
th-"ntenod Jieup of tho building in
cia'try of Washington reached a crisis
IV urfcday wi-ea the carpenters, brick
Ja p$s and othor titllnn workmen em
ployed on many buildings under con
uf j:lon byj- contractors affiliated
iw htho Emptors' association woro
feu leptl out. '
r A D'oubly Fatal Collapse.
Mjlwtiukco, Aug. 9. Two' carpeu.
to) Were killed Thursday In the col
gafflu 0' n storage shed at tho plant ot
pig IpierndlJdnal Urjeter.Co,
A Dattle with Burglars.
Cleveland, Aug. 9. After being
shot In his left thigh, a burglar who.
was wounded by citizens ot Stronpa
vlllo In a battle early Thursday morn
ing with thrco men who woro trying
to rob tho Farmers' and Merchants'
bank, lies In tho city hospital. Tho
man was wounded In a battlo with
Hurt Uavldson, Grant Atkinson aud
William Fcttorman shortly aftor tho
olectrlc alarm nt tho bank had warn
ed the telophono operator that burg
Inrs were uttompting to rob tho bank.
His pals carried him away nnd de
serted him. Ho was found In a gully
half a mile north of Strongsvlllc.
An Incendiary Confesses.
Gnnonva, O., Aug -9. Aftor being
In tho Mwoat box tvlth Officer Hay
ward nnd FIro Warden Ulmnn, of
AMitahula. Lovl Armstrong, ngedJJ2,
Is mid to have confessed setting his
father's homo on lire last Tuesday
while most of tho citizens of this vll
Uigo were nt tho merchants' plcnlo nt
Wllloughby. AmiBtrong was arraign
ed Thursday boforo .luatlco Adams
nnd entered a plen of guilty to tho
charge ot arson. Hn will bo taken to
Jefferson nnd placed In jail to nwalt
tho action of tho September grand
A Counterfeiter lo Arrested.
Clevoland, Aug. 9. Oliver Turner,
arrested In Youngstown Wednesday
night charged with having brass Imi
tations of $10 gold pieces In his pon
fioMon, went to Ja.ll Thursday, tinnblo
to glvn $1,000 ball. Ho was commit
tal after a hearing ThurHday boforo
Commissioner Walther, to nwalt tho
nctlon df tho grand jury. Turner's
story Is that another man gave him
tho brass discs and gold plating para
phernalia to keep. Government ofll-1
clnls say Tflrnor ban absolutely no
chnnce of escaping tho penitentiary.
Stockholders Will Suffer.
Cleveland. Aug 9. Hundreds of
Clevelanders of moderato means will
suffer thiough tho failure of the
Union Department Stores Co., forced
Into bankruptcy by action of Its ci ed
itors. Trusteo Niman Is preparing to
enforce the liability of the stockhold
ers, nt least for tho unpaid portions
of their stock subscriptions. Theso
are likely to provo tho main sufforors,
as tho creditors hnve, already receiv
ed a iy) per cent, dividend und stand
to get a good bit more.
Hungarians Buy a Mine.
Stoubenvllle. O., Aug. ft. The first
coal company in tho United States to
bo owned by Hungarian miners was
organizod hero Thursday by 40 min
ers of that nationality It la known
ns tho Magyar Coal Co. Tho company
has purchased tho Wnbash Coal Co.
proporty nt Hopedale, COO acres of
coal, t.jplo, store and tenemonts for
$153,000. Nono hut Mngyars will ho
given employment, nnd all must take
M.memap was Electrlcuted.
Akron, O., Aujt. 9. Gcorgo Topo, a
lineman for tho 'Northern Ohio Trac
tion nnd Light Co., whllo nt tho top
of a pole, seized a llvo wlro Thursday
nnd wns oloctiicutod, dying liiBtnntly.
Ho hung for half an hour upon a net
work of wires and tho flro depart
ment had to be called to got tho body
down. Ho formorly lived in Alllanco
Morrison's Parole Is Revoked.
Columbus, O., Aug. 9. ilomer Mor
risen, the Williams county firebug
who was parolod from the Ohio ponl
tontlary March 11, 1907, after sorvlng
ono yoar of a nlno-yoar sentouco. will
havo to sorvo out his full sentence At
a mooting of the pcnltontinry board
of manugors Thursday Morrison's pa-
j role was revoked.
Mother and Son Were Assaulted.
Cleveland, Aug. 9. Mrs. Dertha
Karr, a widow, was attacked In her
home last night by a man who cut hor
throat with a razor. Sho may die.
Her son was also ulanlit'd. Kdward
Trohoy, a boarder, is under arrest,
charged with tho crime
( Taft Will 8peak In Columbus.
Columl-ts, O., Aug. 9. Chalrmnn
Allen, of i"ie entertainment commit
tee of tho Uuckoyo club, linn received
from Secretary Taft a letter accept
ing an Invitation to make nn address
In Columbus August 19.
Farmer Killed In a Runaway.
Youngstown, 0 Awe. 9. Arthur,
TJavter, a-farmer of Church Hill, wtis
thrown from the hussy hers Thjlrs
,40 qj)d)Ullfd. Ills neclc waa broknn
Southern Railway Will
Obey Alabama's Law.
THE LOW FARE LAW
And the Act Reducing freight Rates
on 110 Commodities Will Go
Into Effect September 1.
Montgomery, Ala., Aug. 9. Gov.
Comer and tho officials of the South
ern railroad reached 'an agreement
Into last, evening nnd the license of
the railroad In Alabama will bo ro
stored. Heglnnlng September 1 tho i all road
nnd Its allied lines will put Into effect
the two and a half cent passenger
rate and the law reducing freight
tales on 110 commodities. The agree
ment was not luichcl without conces
sions being mado by both sides, but
In the main it Is a victory for the
The laws In question will not bo
put Into effect permanently. Tho
agreement declares that their opera
tion la subject to Judicial determina
tion as to taolr constitutionality and
I'ho tnllroad's ;ounsol agreed thnt
they would ask Judge Jones to modify
tho restraining orders Issued two
months ago ho as to permit of tho
Immediate operation of tho two laws
In question Tho compromise affects
only tho Southern Railway Co. Tho
other railroad systems of tho state
woro not parties to tho conference.
Both Sides Claim to Have Gained.
Denver. Aug. 9. Vlco President
Parker, of tho Colorado & Southern
inllwny, Bays tho compauy hired 25
moro men Thursday and that ho will
soon havo tho road In normal condi
tion. Grand Master Morrisey, of tho
trainmen, bays tho strlkors are con
verting many strike breakers. Thurs
day showed a norlous shortago of coal
In Denver. The coal mines at Lafay
ette are about to close down and 12
metalllfeious mines In Gilpin have
Btoppcd work.(u '
It was Goers' Day to Win.
Buffalo, N.Y., Aug. 9. Ed Geers
won two races and got third money In
another race' at Kenllworth park
Thursday. The featuio of tho day's
card was tho 2:03 pace, valued at
1,000. Hlucklnck did not start and
Geers' Ardelle wont to the wlro a hot
favorite She rewarded her owner by
winning In straight heats. Wilkes
Heart won tho 2:12 trot, taking the
raco In straight heats. Byron Kay,
driven by Gpers. won tho 2:16 pace.
Earnings Were Less Than Dividend.
Now York, Aug. 9.Tho Now York
Central Railroad Co. has not earned
Its dividend for tho six months ended
Juno 30, as shown by tho company's
stateniont Issued Thursday. Tho-sum
avnllnblo for tho dividend for tho half
yoar was $2,927,351. while tho sum re
quited for tho Boml-annual distribu
tion to stockholders at 3 per cent. Is
?5,358.0G0, or $2,411,592 moro than
was earned. The Dig Four .railroad
also earned loss than required for Us
Tunnel's Second Tube Is Completed.
New York, Aug. 9. Tho socond
tube of the Holmont tunnol under tho
East rlvor between Manhattan and
Long Islnnd City wan complotod
Thursday nnd tho accomplishment of
the work was colobralcd by those em
ployed on tho work with aports( toast
ing and Homo ceremony at tho mouth
of tho tunnol at Wejt and. Fourth
streets. Every workman received an
extra day's pay.Slnco the work was
started, a year ago last Octobor, there
huvo beon 18 fulnlltles In tho tunnol.
Williams Is the Nominee.
anckHon. Mlsa, Aug 9 The demo
crat lo Htitto oxoeuilve committee on
Thursday iloolaioil .John wh.lip Will
Umi tho nominee for United State
senator, he having 648 majority ovoi
Famous Sculptor Dies.
Cornish, x It Aug 5. Augustdt
Pt. Oaudehs. the Bnilltbi, died dt lilt
home In PoiMhII Saturday evohilignt
tr u lou Ulti0ta, Death wd- dm tf
a funeral breakdown ot the system.
A HOLY WAR
Is Being Preached in Mo
rocco by Moslems.
French Consulate at Casa Blanca and
the Custom House Was Looted
Many Buildings Burned.
Paris, Aug. 9. Special dispatches
rocolvcd here from Tangier represent
tho situation ns bolngftnore alarming
on the coast and In tho Interior. Cald
Sale, the administrator! customs nt
Habat, Is said to bo openly preaching
a holy war among tho Mussulmans, as
tho result of which tho French consul
has distributed arms,, to the Euro
peans. In addition n fanatical priest
named Maelnnl, at tho head of a
hordo of followers,- Is traveling
through the littoral lnllamlng tho antl
Ilopotts from Fez say that tho ad
visers of the sultan ate terrified and
havo not yet Informed him of tho
gravity of tho situation.
Tangier, Aug. 9. Tho latest news
received here from Cna lllauca Bays
that calm aud otdcrih"avo been estab
lished. Tho mllllar'yj' governor re
quested permission to'fgo on board n
ship In tho harbor, hilt, was refused.
Ho fears for his personal safety, and
although money has been sent from
here to pay tho troops at Casa Dlmica
and Insure tho performance of their
duties, ho Is unable' to secure n body
guard. It Is feared that tho worst features
of tho massacre In thoOewIsh quarter
havo not jet been' related. Tho
stench from decomposing bodies Is
described as fearful; Hhe air Is thick
with smoke and filled- with flames,
while tho empty looted houses tell
their own tale.
Tho bombardment,.wa8 particularly
heavy .Monday night, when great num
bers of Kabyles attempted to surprise
tho town. Thoy woro. discovered by
tho Bcarchllghts on board the war
ships and mercilessly nionrd down by
the gun lire. It is estimated that
some hundreds wero killed and
wounded by this flro alone.
The landing parties, remained nt
the French nnd Spanish consulates,
firing on tho hordes of natives who
"attacked them from1 tlnjp to time, and
Issuing forth nt Intervals to beat back
tho bands which -surrounded tho
buildings. There weronany sangui
nary encounters. ' ' .
There are many complaints among
tho Europeans thnt Franco faded HI
advisedly at Casa Dlanca in bombard
ing that town boforo protection could
bo arranged for the Jews and Euro
peans thoro and clsewnero on tho
Tho nows from Cnsa Dlanca unites
In showing that tho bombardment
was continued for longer than wns
first supposed and that tho lack of an
adequate French force to! nfford pro
tection resulted in nn opportunity for
barbarous looting, raplno and pillage,
with all the accompaniment of mur
der and horror. '
Mnuy nets of heroism are reported.
For Instance, a rush made by 40
Spanish scamon to rellovQ.tho garri
son nt' tho Spanish consulate In the
course of which they had to mako 'a
way for themselves oj blowing up a
building with dynomlte.
French sailors are guarding tho
British consulate at Cnsa Blanca,
wheio tho conBtihar ngcnftj of tho Uni
ted States, Germany, Austria-Hungary
and Sweden h'avo sought
refuge. Tho Italian and. Portuguese
consuls are at tho French consulate
A minaret from which a heavy Are
was directed against tho French con
Hiilato was demolished by tho guns of
tho French ships nt tho request of tho
Moroccan authorities 4
Tho European shops wero pillaged,
but no Europeans wero killed.
Tho stato bank at Casa Blanca has
been robbed of about $15,000.
Tho French consulate wub attacked
by Moors during tho night of AugtiBt
B. Ono blue Jacket of the guard wna
killed and thiee wero badly wounded
Tho custom hom.o at Casa.Blapca
was looted by natlvos on Tuesday aud
many other buildings were set op ilrq
A Bailor of tho Du Chnyla was killed
and four others weio wounded, three
seriously, during tho recent fighting.
The Du Chnyla sailed Woducsdny
night for Mazngan. where tho popula
tion had risen against tho cald.
Police Raided a Dotrtb Factory.
Mobcow, Aug. 9 Tho pollco on
Thursday searched tho Imperial tech
nical schools and discovered tho cen
tral revolutionary laboratoiy for man
ufacturing bombs of tremendous ox
ploslvo power, regular suppllos of
which wore being shipped to Interior
points. The pollen seized a number
of bombs. fiOO time-fuse appliances, n
tynogruphlc outfit and soma forbid
den Ilteraturo and arrested 20 etu
donts. Steamships Collided Ono. Sank.
rorilnnd, Oro., Aug p.iTTip oteam
or City ot Panama, en 'route' (rdm
Poitland vvlth passongera, on Thure
day collldPd with and sank tho stodm.
or Alliance. Tho collision occunod
near the mouth of tho .Willnmotte
liver. Tho passengers of, tho Alllanco
wore brought to Portland.
A Fatal Mistake.
Wheeling, W Vn , Atlg. 9. Ona
dead aud four djlng Is fhn roattIt of a
fanilly eating toadstool for mush
ooirls at Doep Valley, ty.'Va., vlt'
UBo.lG uillaa Koutueai'ofkenj.
FEUDS IN FAMILIES
QOUnCCO OF EMBARRASSMENT
Temptation to Sympathize- Vvlth Ap
parent Victim Is Something to
I Avoid Where Diplomacy
Is Called For. '
row tningn nro mora.o
man to tityI,onH,861fJUJ;il,
Ono must bo gifted with, wonderful
taot nnd piudonco to bo nhlo lo avoid
taking niihj' and mnklJK rcomrkal
which ombroll ono with nil, parlies for
no matter how much thoy light nmoni!
thomselves they nro coi talp to mako a
Common causo against nu outsider.
Aftor ono has been cut a fow times
they learn not to put their lingers In
botweon tho blndbH ot tho aclssoro.
Yet, how persistent la tho tempta
tion to sympathlzo with an apparent
victim and mlnglo our own Indigna
tion with tho outbursts of which wo
nro mado tho conlldnnt.
It mny bo tho wlfo who Is at odds
by tho conduct ot a sou-ludaw, or tho
younger sister In n jealous rago
against hor Bcnlors.
Almost suroly It In ono of tho worn
on of tho family who pours out nn tic-
I count of hor sufferings In tho gucst'a
Mon nro not nbovo making ti break
fast tabic- hcoiio by n casual uttcranco
of slurring observation upon women
in general, which particular women
nro bound to tako up nnd respond to
with all tho onthuslnsm of sclf-do-fonso.
But theso ciitmtlc rcmarkn nro
uaunlly thrown off carelessly and with
out tho betrayal of wounded feelings,
which characterizes tho Irony of
It is scarcely posslblo to bo an In
mnto of n. woman's family whero sho
Is at varlanco with her husband, nnd
romaln strictly neutral and Impasslvo
Without convincing hor thnt you nro
heartless and nbsolutoly unsympa
thetic. Ono finds It safest to cxpross ad
miration and wonder nt tho patience
und long suffering of tho woman who
thus craves your sympathy, mingled
with doxtroim llttlo compliments for
good qualities In the offending mntt
whom sho would bo ready to tear your
eyes out for abusing.
After nil, diplomacy In tho courso
most nearly approaching justice for
In family fcudn thero )s Invariably
something to bo until in favor ot all
- A NOVEL FAN BAG.
Provides Against Loss of Thla Very"
Tho number of lost and titrayed fans
which uro gcneinily found In tho ball
room after u danco tells Its own tale,
aud surely points a moral for tlio.su
who are anxious not to buy n now fan
after ovory party. Somo such llttlo
fan bug ns tho ono which wo IlItiHtrnto
might savo many a fan from nn un
timely end. It would ho usoful, too,
for tnklng to tho thcutor, or when
traveling by train, In evening dress,
from tho suburbs.
Tho shapo of tho bag Is so slmplo'
thnt tho sketch docs not rcqulro much
In tho way ot explanation. Tho hag
might bo inado in brocade, with a
satin lining, edged with silk cord .In
somo Bbudo to harraonUe', und fln
shod with a long loop 0t aalin rib
bon Which can easily ho tvtlfltcd round
tho wrist, or Bunpondorf front thu
waist. A llttlo sachet powder ecUt
'.orod bctwocn tho broeado rtnd tho
lining -would bo an Impt'ofenfent to a
bag of this descrlptIon,and.wouKlibe
litBt enough to Blvo a dellcato por
tumo to the tan.
Black for Summer.
It may comfort women to know who
llvo In this wenther-vuiiol town to
knpw that light colors- for-fotreot wear
won't bo as fashlonablo this Hummor
as In tho laitt heated term. A fash,
lonablo decreo Just Issucd'ln Paris Is
lo tin) effect that black again will
havo JtB Innings, and the thin black
gown will flguro Jargolv In tho Hltm
mer ehow by aou and Biiorp.
Illicit will bo regatded aU "atnartor"
than tho llght-cutuied intuiliroom mil
jlnery, with lt.i bilrdeu of unnatueablo
fioworu.- Chicago Ameilcaii, t
If ' rT 9.
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Viij "O'tt-jPS '
DR. FREDERICK. A. COOK. '
Having won fame by being the Ilrst liuin to Kcnlc Mount McKlnley, the
highest pun. in AmeHcn, Dr. Frederick A. Conk Is plnnnlng nn expedition ton
tho Honth pole. Ho will lie nccompnnletl by Bovernl other scientists nnd ex
poets to ninke use of nn ntitomobllo especially designed for travel over Ice IM.'
tun ijiiv.i 'i u.i Liifu.
UIAMflrM'C UTFAITII l' a,t, ,)C'1U ,Ilc trcallcnt n ol,c0
WlflUfin J WliilLlllflfcoriliii- to plain ditcclioits found
in tho package. Just usk for Zoa-
- I'liuin no other cxnInnntfon
Don't Trifle With it, Dou't .Ncfilect n?wlnl and na mistake will bo
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It Guard it An Your
For Maiden, Wife and Mother.
Watch 1'irat Imlicalioua of Dia
cn3ca or Doii.iflf.iiieu of
tho Dclicat'o Orgi'iit.
Hear daughter, Hislcr, wife
mother, do yon rc.tlfcc (hat hoalt' Mount, ArtdlUon l0 ti,0 city ot Jla
kmurc lo you and your lamily ' , ,, (n ol
tuu. nil other caitl.ly MobbuJ 3 rceU nniI nlloy therein sit
Do yon know fhat to hao perfect inU(1
hcallh and keep it-should bo your ' NoWtt )H hcieby givcn that a petl
jjric.ttcst desiro' (ion lliu. ,,oon nC(i wtn a plat at-
AVhy Hocnusft nun ten, n woiunti'
normal health will ruitblo you lo
be nnd to do nnd lo tcoi ,iust ns
a woman should. That's what you
want, isn't it'
v... iiui..t -a.. ii... iu ,nn,in
for women. It is ' admirably adapt-
ed to assist luiluro in lmifdiu up
Iter dclicato and lxMiiliftilly con
structed muiibtilulion. For tho
well n;id slightly niltnj,' it is a'
norvc-lonio and tisuo-buildor. It
contains n,o opinio or narcotic drug
to injure, tho system and is used
with porieot safety by tho young
dautfhteVwUo or lnothor. For the
moro hOlusIy afflictoil women
surfpijiijr winjiny fou of wo-
mtiuly wcnkntWH: disco Zoa-
Pliorn ii. vvorlli ns,,vviBglit ill
tjold, ah n lihlild by vvoinun o-
orywhetc. Jluudieds of tlieso wo-
men live in your own St.ito muiio
of llicm Tight in your own neigh-
boihoml. Ask llicm nbout Zoa-
n 4i 1 t in10 nf t nw
,vn,,,chp J.',10?-' HluSli50lt
Gnllith ol tfilumhmvillo, Attuh.,
vvrolr, "I will gladly sond my tos-
liiiioinnl lor Aoti-I'hora, n.s the gtenl
est, mo.st strsngllioiiing Ionia I
havo over known for women. I
biiffoiod vvitli loucoulica and pain-
ful nieiihcs for nearly h'K ycais.
1 look diffluent kinds of medicines
nnd doctoicd with three different
Miss Ifclta Onfi'Uli, Ooluinbiiivllle,
doctore; but they did mo no good.
Thoy said I would havo io hiivo
an operation, but thnnkf? to Zm
Pliorn,- it Jias ncaily etopjied Uiq
pain And has entholy cured tlio
diholiargo, I was bo ' woak when I
began taking1 your liiodiciuo tliut
I pould not sit up n wlioJc- day at'
a nine, uut now i am uniuoiy
well." On April 18, 17, Jlios
(iriffith writes "You may lefqr
iiny one to mo and I will still
gladly lecommeid Zou-piiora."
Does this not provo fJUdt Hid re-
fsiilU from llio" use of Zou I'bora
Tbo best' wayvtbibccoino'iisaurcdj
thnt Zon-Phorn, will help you lo pi i
to your (lniL'gist am obtain a hot- '
milllU. 4 I'll M .HWIIU '" lili-ti"- i
cine nlii'iidy iroparcil, coinpoumlcil
in jnsl tlio light ioj)cntions, and
Ikhlrup in sealed, stcrlized, ono
PAYING WOIIIC ro tho nowaboyrt i
Call at ,'JIO East Church fitroct. J
' In re-vacation of a pait of tho Dav
01" Ida'" Aflilltlon and part of Orchard
(ughod thereto, In the Cpmmon Plena I
Court.pt Mai ion County, Ohio, ty tho '
Marlon steam anovoi uompuuy, ui-
IcslmrHmU it Is tlio. owner of all of
tho lain and landa' hereinafter do-
Bi'Ubed'. ultuated In Davids' Addition
" Orchcanl Mound Artdltlon. and
parcoliD. .of . ,an.,.,.?llJaeent "ml COfit'K"
imuij iiirruio," nr
Tho following dchcilbed lots and
real ootate which nro located -In and
aio now a jtart of Davids' Addition to j
Iho City of Marlon, Ohio, viz: Lolo
Mniiilu.r 1 9 :i. t. r,. . 7. s. fl. 10. 11.
io 1n 1t. ir, ir. 17. is. m. 20. 21. 2a.
z: a,1 ar) nn,i f(0.n fect off ot the 1
fe)Uti, e,0 of a1 Nmhcr 43.
Also: Tho rollowlnj? described
,H iiW lva catato which nro locat-
ml In nnd nro now a part of Orchard
Mound Addition to tlio City of Ma-
lion. Ohio, viz Lots Nm'bor 2317,
234S. 210, 2360, iSM, 2353, 23.13, Z3B,
2355, 2-I5C, 2357, 2358, 2359, 23C0, 23(51.
2M2. 2.103, 2,1(11, 2305, 23G0 and 23G7.
Alw! Tlio following tracts or pav-
rcla of land adjacent, nnd contlgu-
tiiiK to K.ilil abovo descilbed lots, viz:
Uhtf- Number 417. containing .fiO
,and lllimbor JI8i c01ltalnlng
As ltt,jd Number ',485. containing
1,215 norcs of land,
Also vvbat Ib known na n pait of the
old right of wuy ot tho Nypauo Rall-
road,; containing. 1.72 acres of land
and marked "A."
Also what Is known na the flat
iron piece nnd nhown on tho plat iib
And further alleging that It will
bo conducive to tho public Interest lo
haVe tho plats or partn of plata of
wild Davlda Addition nnd Orchard
Mound Addition, containing tho above
ilcsciibcd leal rHtuto, vacated or al
tcicd ho nn lo Include all of tho lofs
and lands In ( said petition described
In one tiact or description, lis thoroln
not (or tli, and pinylug that s.ild plat
nnd addition of said pints. o,r paits
of plats Je ho alteied and vacated,
and for mm order certifying tho same
iih piovldod by law.
Said petition will bo for hearing on
and of tor' tho 21st day .of Octobor,
11107, the first day of tho noxt torm
of said court.
Tho 'Miulcm Steam Shovel Co,,
By Fiank A. Cipher. V. P't. & Tiean,
7-20-it ' Polltlonor.
JAPS AND MEXICANS
Ban Antonio, Tex., Atuj. 9. A spe
cial to tho Dxprcss from Mazatlan, '
A toltgraiu recolvod horo last night,
announccH that at Rl Fuoito, a ran
Htructltin camp on tho KuiiBaa City,
Aloxlco and Oilent rallwny, a pltohod
battle took plaeo yestorday botweon
gungs (if Japancso and Moxlcnn woik
meii. In whjeh tlnco Japancso worq
killed, und thieo serloualy, Injured and
hreo Mexicans wero mortally wound
ed jind mo killed. ,
-riit trouble la said to linvo stnrtod
BbvcraJ (lays ago, whott n dlaput nrpsa
between a 'Japanese! and a"iMox!can, 1