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asj3fsg37rTT?:-iwsS TTmrn-rang atea m i Hi- 9 THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Edsv. S. Harier Fred W. Ga)er Editors and Managers. EdH.1Ii La Court, ilgr. Advertising Dep't publish n by TIIK AKRON DKMOGUAT COMPANY OFFICE lleinocnil Block. Nos. 135 and 137 Main LONG DISTAfCE PHONE IS"). orriCKiis President . Vice-President... SV DIKECTOllS. .J AiSEh V. .-.! I A. T. l'All.K -.ecrelnry t KKII W . i A i I- Treasurer ... Wumax T. h eu hi. KlISV. 8. IlAKTEi: JSO.iliiASlAU ' En. II. DkLaCocki. i Entered at the Postofflce at Akron, Ohio, a- , Second-Glass Mall Matter. Delivered Ksery Evening by Carrier I.o 5 CENTS A WEEK lljr Mull &5U - - - Jl.JforSli Jlonth- , Official Paper of the City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL ' NO. 180. WKDXKtsDAY, MxVY -! LT - i Ti.t IT -v liv 1 iu 'iliiitti'l or.-it..v ua...,i .-...,- ... ..-... believe in lKisjsisiii." He knows how to irractice it though for all he is worth. Coi.. Dick predicts that Mr. ISiyan will be the Democratic presidential nominee next year should have added The Colonel ., ,; i- tin- prediction that Mr. JJryau will be ehcled Spv i-iiii: Cinviii.i.'ii of Xi' Humpshiri' thinks that "a little self effacement on the part of Senator Hanna" would unite the (pian-elling ' factions in the Republican party of Ohio. Mr. Hanna is not very clever at taking such delicate hints. , Tin: local Jiepublicau Machine has its proxies in the Council as well as upon the Board of City Commission- t ere. The attempt of this Machine to do avraj with necessary city offices simply because they are held, by Democrats, and as a means of I getting even wilh the Democrats for j abolishing a superfluous office, is n, fair sample of the nanow guage , policy the Mnehine force's its proxies ' to favor. Tiie dog in th never die. A FEEBLE DISCLAIMER. Judge Anderson has declared that Akron's Citv Cominissiners outrht to be allowed to use their own judg- , ment in till mutters of public policy, That'sa queer position for a man to take who, before consenting to the appointment of either of the present Republican Commissioners, com pelled them to enter into a solemn pledge- and some are unkind enough to say it was reduced to writing that they would vote for no measure or make no appointment which did not meet with hisapprovnl. This was government by proxy. It dates trnjn the time the independent Commissioner Hugill was suinmarly dismissed from the service because he would not permit hinisejf to be regaided and used as a chattel by the local Republican Machine. Some- lliing more effective than a mere verbal disclaimer is necessary if the , people are to be convinced Hint i Judge Anderson has decided to go out of the government Jy proxy busi- nesi. A VINDICTIVE MINORITY. Because the Democratic Council nien, with the assistance of Mr. Sor rick, the Republican member from the Second ward, otcd to do nway witn tne omce oi .-superintendent oi Streets thus, according to the esti-, mate of Mr. Paul, saving the city f'J.000 a year the Republican ini- nority. in order to get e en, intro duced ordinances to do away with the ofllces of Police Pioscutor, May or's Clerk. Deputy City Clerk and even that of Police Sergeant. All of these offices, with one exception, were created by Republican Coun cils. While under Republican ad ministration of the lat six or eight ywin, the offices, were filled, for the most part, by favorites of the local Republican Machine, and mi Repub lican Councilman was ever heard to lift his voice in favor ot doing away with them. But now that the citv! has a Democratic administration, the case is dilfeient. Mayor Young issued a sweeping challenge to the Republican Council lilen Monday night, when, after reminding them that the ofllces thev were so aniotisto abolish had been created by a Republican Coun cil, he said: 'Now my friends., one of two things is certain: When these offices wen-created by the Repub lican Cotincilmen. they either thought they were necessar.v atljimcts to theVarryingon of the city government, or else they created them for the purpos iif providing places for political , henchmen, and coiisctiteutly looted and robbed the treasury ' without warrant. If the Hist i's true that is that they wele necessary, it is equally true How undent Democratic administra tion. Tf the second is true that ' is, that they robbed and looted the treasury for the sake of ' political favorites, and they will j here and now acknowledge the J truth of this the Domocr.its'will cheerfully and willingly agree to join tliem in nholiMiiug these. offices." Of course the Republican Couticil-nien-made no attempt to answer this challenge and it will be ignored by their local organ, but until itreceiees, the attention it deserves the Demo cratic Councilinen lire under no obligation to accede to the unieason abledcuiandsof the vindictive minority. "To Do III Costs Mere Tluin To Do Well." This "wise sa.iv" might properly read, "It costs ' more to "BE ill than to BE welt." The source of all 1 health is rich, strong Blood. . It is to the body what the mighty streams arc to the earth. If the blood is pure, ' the body thrives; if the blood is weak, or impoverished, then everv Oltlse-beat carries - " " i.muto weakness instead of strength. Why make the cot of living more than it need be? Purify jour blood and gie your constitution a chance to do its leel be-t. The only perfect blood purifier and ugoi-maker in exist ence is the world-famed Hood's Sarsa parilla. It brings good, perfect health. I It necer diwpMHU. Scrofula" When three months old our baby Jtoy wa? covered with itching and burning scrofula sores. The best physicians failed to relieve. Hood's Sarsaparilla saved his life as it made a permanent cure." .Mrs. Ijllie M. Fin, Eat Springport, Mich. Crio " Tliroush the b!-sini of God I il00? ?a.r.sa?.)ar,illa ""4 Hood's I'" cured i m a et orir oti1 lt i. r. "l- """ '"- .- "-:"-". . J e aiier weakness. .y neart anu nerves ere badlv al ecleil. but am now strong and hearty, "doing all my housework. I nave been a walking Hdcr tisement for Hood's among my neighbors." Mrs. Miby M. Messevoee, I'reeliold, Pa. RheiHTiatisni Itlieumatlsiu !s a dis ease of the blood, and the ai id must be neutralized to effett a ture. "las troubled ' with rheumatism so badly thai 1 could not I walk. Hood's Sarsapirilla cured me." Mrs. MrrcIIELL McDtRMorr. Southbridge. Mass. Eczema "My daughter had eczema and It altccled her eyes. Tlie doctor said i it was incurable. Her skin is now smooth anu wiiiie anu an on account oi jioouscar- .sapariUa. I have taken it for weakness and ean now waiK wiree or lour nines easily." . . . r ' . . witbc-atarrii Was e ntirelv de f in one VaV HV'J,,8''"5,.,.,. my hcaring."Mns, AV.Stokfs, Midland, Tex. ...vwu u uu.wiua.xw w.v,v. t u.iu V.Wl Jfeotsj SwuawtlL qid'g THIit cure lUrr-ills. llif imu Irritating and only catlianic to UVe nilh )IihJ' bart-aparill. A DIVERSITY OF TONGUES. riie Mnuy LmiffanKrti 'I'lint re spo ken lit tilt- HritiNli Inlf-H. Perhaiis to manv tieople it will be a manger I great surprise to learn that a very con siderable pelcentage of tlie native born inhabitants f the British isles cannot 1 peak English. Natnrally, the vast majority do i.-c it as the language ot their birth, but in "'" tl'ere are as many as oOS.O.l'J persons who speak onlv Welsh, the mother tongue of the principality. Again, in the highlands of Scotland' Gaelic is the colloquial language of 4a', 738 persons, who are able to speak nothing else. In Iielaud 32, 121 sons of Erin can speak only Erse, the native Irish tongue. That Erse is being displaced by the tongue of the sjster i-le is made evident by the fact that the Rev. Joseph Bos- worth, writing in lS4t, gave Irish as the commonly spoken tongue ot nearly ' 3,000, 0U0 inhabitants. At that time WeMi was spoken by 1,000 ,000 per sons. Strangely enough, while in Wale? fewer people speak both English and Welsh than Welsh alone, in Scotland almost five times as many people use both languages as those who sneak n ,- , , i ti.,,i .i, , t;011 js stiii greater, being 20 speaking ' both to one who is able to speak Irish only. Manx is spoken in the Me 01 Man. The population of the i-land is oo.oOa. i The people are of Celtic extraction, with J an intermixture of Norwegian. The is- land was under the rule of Norwav ! from 870 to 1203 A. D. Both Manx and English are used in the promulgation of any new law in the island. The Channel islands have a popnla- t;on oi aljont .)o000 and the iangnaoe spoken is Fiench. Thus six languages -ire used in the British isles. ' Meillcul Mudeittft Primer. What place is this? This is the Path ological society. How does one know it is the Pathological society? You kno by the specimens and the smells. What docs that gentleman say? He says he has made a post mortem. All the gentlemen make post mortems. They wonM rather make a post mortem than go to a paity. What is that on a plate? That is a tumor. It is a very large tumor. It weigh- 112 pounds. Was the tumor re moved from the patient? No; fhe pa tient wtis removed from the tumor. Did they save the patient? No. but they s;t ed the tumor. What is this in the bottle? It is a tapeworm. It isa long tapewoim; it is tlnee-ipiaiters of a mile long. Is that much for a tapeworm! It is indeed much for -t tapeworm, but -not mnch for the Pathological society. Indiana Medical Join mil. The present printing machinery of the Oxfoid press, if it were all ruining no Tlililp ronld tnrn nnt AX 7."; r.nmea v a.u.v , ......... -.-- ..... ww. w wV,aV.. per minnbj Thin, pale and consump e persons should use 'line constructive tonic that will enrich the blood, in crease the nerve force, and renew wasted tissues. Scott's Emulsion is based upon scientific principles. Wc digest the oil for you by mechanical -processes, thii.s strengthening your di gestive organs by resting them. It stops wasting, ind produces energy, vigor and warmth. The hypo phosphitevsTsin it invigorates the nerves, and brain tissues.. Soc and i.oo, idl druggUts. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, New York. nnwv Timothy Hogan Got Out State Penitentiary. of WAS A OTOHIOUS .MAIL HOHBER. secrrtetl Himself III a IJwx as a M'agou Was About to Leuic the Prison With Load llsi.ti.e.l Man Hail a X.on:r Criini- i i...i , nxl l.e.oad. Coi.umbls. Mav 3. Timothv Hocan. thu "notorious mail robber, and one of ...', ., me Miiooiues; oi cnimuais, escaiieu from the Ohio penitentiary. He-to 1m.h ..iimliivnl .... Hip roKift. (.onh-ior lh.-ciiu.pU.jea on the toluceo contract aud had seereted himself m a box just as tlie wagon was about to leave with a load fiom the penitentiary Xo fracn of him had leeii discovered. Ho'-an luis a lou? eiiminalrecord. and .hnh.l.epolou of keys to' the mail bose inn, ally all the law cities, -onimitted extensive robberies. W. d- lt'e. OFFICIALS RETRENCH. Ilia- i: 1 to I to. Double 1 racked lle- luei'ii stenlifinille and Wheeling. Tdi.kih.. Mav :;. The new officials of rlu Wli.-clni" :.i..l T.ilo. Ki-i.. railmail ,iNcoi.tiimcil the local ti easurership, an ......,..,,,. ,,.. ,-. ,.i.., -m,. ..:.... I.. .1.1 I., If.. IV ... A.m rni, "ii.u m-m u. n. uiici .-iu,wu. .iic I p"lieyuf ivtreiichmentwilllK.' continued througliout tue entire system. The o!llc.-rs will at once hc'iii a series oi improveiiieuis. wnicii win luciuuo a double track Utweeii ritenbenville and Wheeling. Electric lKiwer is to lie em-)loy-d on a -ubmban line at the lower ciidot theimii. Tiie Toledo Belt line will b double-fnieked. l'riiici.i .I Woolen MIllTrn-l. Ci.evi l.vvn. Mav :i. The Litest pro- pu-il combination ot capital is a woolen ni,n tnt r , jolrto all the mills that . innfMeriiis shoddy, probably lo,000,- 00 1 or ? .u.iH-O.Oill capital lliere are i ',lH'Ul il ,w ,miN ,U tllu tinted Stat03 mamitactui-e shoddy and Clevc- . -- . Thence large slmtbly mills in Phila- delpliiaiidotheis m tonnecticut Vex- mout, Ma-sn-lnjsetts and Khode Island. TALK OF STEEL COMBINE. Ni-iv olk Tunes tlnote). Wire Combine l'iei,Ifl.t a1 iiiliilent. Xkw Yoi;k. May a.' The Times said the minors ot an immense combination (.t stvel interests are practically con tirnicd by Jolui W. Gates, prc'siilcut of he Aiiieiit-an Steel and Wire eonipanv. Bislioji .lohn F. Hurst. D. D., of Washington, was in IMttsburg iu the inteifsf of the Peniisyhaniit bttilding ot tin gi-eat American nnhcrsiry, which is e'stabliKhi d in the snburbs "of -the nation's cajiital city. The bishop ar- rived in I'lttslmiglnniiyi-acuse, wliere the semi-annual meetinir of the bishons ot tin- MctlioiU-t Episcopal cliurcll WHS held. lieu sott ar Union station be- 'oil; Hoarding his train for Washington, Bishop Huist sjid that about $73,000 had been raised in Pennsylvania for the 1 bnildiug which is to represent this state. You.MJsiowx, May 3. Members ot i the I!c public Iron and Steel company here siul there was no truth in the story so lur as that company is con cerned. DEFENDED GENERAL ALGEB. Meruit lletlme.l Him 11. e Kest larj or War the World Had liter seen. re- Dl.lKOlT, Mav 3. Tile Michigan So - r.,',.ri- s;,.w .a fi",,, ,,.,n..lt: Clerj , hons of the Ameiic.lt Revolution, cute: tanie.1 the visiting delegates, offi-, ei.ils of the older and distimniisbed L'litstslastniglit bva dinner. The oc- ctsiou was nude notable by the pres- dice of Secretary Alger, Senator Cliaun-' M D.'pew, Alaior Ceuei-al Joe Winder. Major General Weslev Mer- ritt. C.-iii ral Horatio C. King, Inspector Oiici.il Breckinridge and others. Sccretaiy Alger, in his sjtch, pi-used the i oiiduct of the w:ar and at one point said:, .;iip;iosiii til...- 1, i.l it. !.. ltuaF i siwilcd. what of it? If thev had had .... . ii'iu .1 June utW no beet at alt thev would have had "--i""' ". '""8"' "- iiboiu.u moretliaii tJeneral Joe Wheeler and 1 1 Fr.imis L-ttomns a regular Ropubh h.ul in that other war "' ' l"'"' " ltu ollcriug him a bribe of $o,000 Oner.il Merritt 1-JfeiTed to the pres-' '- ,m' "r"1'1, y,,r" ?r J- K'vard Ad ent sevi-et.uv.it wau as the best secre- , J11"'. for L,1,,ted .&t;lte" vnator, was tarvof war tlie u-orld has ever seen, held m general sessions ceinrt here. The He'addetl in part: "No secreMry was I -1ur-v retmnb.- a verdict of not guilty. eer more abused: Seci-etarv Stanton ' ,,- , , ",-.,, , , .. .... , ., , , - , s.m.v Minister Killed lis Ckniievl Heat. stood tlnough his abuse as the most I s , f eailes, secretary that ever lived. We, BoitDr.io'., N. .., May 3. Rev. h.tse now another secretary who has I Thomas U. Cannon died at Bradley in-'de fewer mistake, and lieen more i Bc.icli from the effect of poisoning, ilutsed than anv of his i.iydeee.ssors. i He h is had the eonti. loner, of oil ov.-onr I a few mahoiitents. Through him has , been -attacked the president of the. I-,ii w, uiiueu stares. kT ".i- Imvti n Tiitm-ki- Y-it T 1in,r i think I'll ever get over it. I'm proud . DirrnoiT, Miry o. llio eongres., of to belong to that iK.litical faith; (a voice: I &0"'- ot thc -V"011". "evolution took 'You're a Republican but don't know ' action towaid conferring medals upon it.') but I hope the time .will come when , nil its inciubei-s who took part, in the theie'll lie no ditlerence lietweeu Demo- Spanish Ani"ric;tii war. cr.it, and Republicans, at least maui- , . ri,77. lested against those who rule the gov- ' A'i"'e.l u"et "' "'"a.i l .Mines, ernment.'' H.M:i:isi.ria..May 3. liosernor Stouo Creneral Joe Wheeler tallied along appointed J.tmes E. Roderick of flalo similar lines. He reviewed thc cirenni- t ton chief of the bureau of mines, vico stauccsol the mobiliz.ition of the army Rohcit Brownlec of Ralston, removed. dining the war. and asserted that his tory w-ill m-oul that the United States' humbling oi Spain was without paral lel. Cicn.i-.il Wheeler asst'ittsl that he had heaid no complaint about rations. TEMPORARY DEMOCRATIC CHAIRMAN lEefnit- l.ea.li.g Tor lauope .Ioi.es l!e .l.ese.l .lolinsot. to Seive. s .smuv.uin, .May ... iJetoie sailing i tor Elll'olH' Senator .Tone, .irlf1ri',il fl.o . AsiiiM.uiN, Mav 3. Betoie sailim 1 - .-.- ww...... ........ .. w..v. ( lollosving letter to Mr. J. ti. Johnson, ' national Committeemaii fiom Kansas, designating him to act for the Demo- cratic national committee during the absence ot the chairman: -jji;iiii its in- rsAllON.sL UOM- iiinri-, Apiil -,'!. lion. . I I! .lolin-oii, Piahods, K'lii reuue 111gtl1.it you shall actus secretary of , the national committee until Mr. , Wal-h'.s return, which 1 understand will be some time next year; and to give such attention to the affairs ot the national committee, the organi.atioii of the patty, etc., as iu your judgment and discretion may be requhed. ' "Very respectfully, "Jmks K. Jones, Chairman." , -Might lie A mil her Horror Ship. , r Hw J cav HK.Por.To Rico, May 3. The pro-Kisition to sond 800 discharged l.vjldieis to New York on board the j Tinted Sf.ncs transport Buford caused gieai iiss.itisi.ictioii liere. Tho shiji ha, a'. ominiHlatious for only 800 and ahcady it has 300 recruits 'on board IhjuikI lor ijautiago. ".VI v JJKU: mk Being "oinpelled bv yOUT appetite, and bring tO -5 '''' eommotit.. good, ti.WajK,; spring the coi.diti.gi ot my health to go abroad ' you sounrJ, refreshing sleep. Z 'ttoiwir' v"ttii.1B): heavy lor some niotiths, and Mr. Walsh, sec- - ?. . . . l . - a'miiiia,.i'5..; .etary of the cmnmittee. being absent 1 3 . S Certainly Worth trying. c.nc.n.s sti. May 2. in Alaska, I take the liberty of request- 1 OU Will not DUV an article a 1 HOUMarket steady t .1.15(ttw.K-.. CATARRH OF THE STOMACH. New Youk, May :!. The spring rush of immigrants into this coniirrv tlirough A Pleasant. Simple but Safe and, the port of Xw York luis liecu tmusu- Effectual Cure fnr H ally great. Since the opening of the ciietiudi cure ior n. !feaou oul! wecks,,gl; there laa Xxen ! Catarrh of the stomach 1'as lo"'-' ' f ' !,VtTa?." ot ' -00 "9,ls.Llu----ad-been considered tlie next thing to in-. "a)' lt:,1':m ;ire -'rnving in extraordi- curable. The iwial symptoms are a uar lmmJt full or bloating sensation after eat- su.ie .mre,, i.j Hanging. I ft I ... n ifii-llltlll It 1 ss-1 1K r .. . - m- -. -.ft. ,,t.T...a ...it .sum u ..! i iiresure on the heart anil IllllLTK. and ilitticult breathing: headache fickle appetite. e appetite, nervousness and a ' gellef ral played out. languid feeling. meieis oiieu .i loin lasie mine in. .. : T.r ...i . it mouth, coated tongue and if the iii - r .!. r. .? l.i i. .-. ri . it.-.., ...,1 :r fcl terior of the toinach could he seen it would show a slimy, inflamed condi- .lion. i ?"'le c',lre fi" tliis cominon and ob- vlinate tumble Is found in : . . .. , : , , 'j nwiuuuuiuaiiK. xnu men uc- S todtt l,Ua''H im Tlr' 1-30 , "-'itiuj, tliorouglil digested be- for common labor ami .-. for iron fore it has tune to ferment and ilri- ,;,.,.. Tlu- .lemaii.l was tiiullv ac- tate the delicate mucous surface of Ll,.a to, and the rate is the highest ever the itomach. To secure prompt and I ,KXk j,,... healthy digestion is tlie one neces-' s:lry thing to do and when normal c iei .i itiii.iv nini. cugfstion is secured tlie catarrhal condiHon ;vill have disawjear "'best tSanS.rtlJ use .! i i i.i . .IIIV1 VilCll lIllTill il l.llflUl. COIIilUseO of Diastase. Aseptic. Pepsin, a little Xun. Golden Seal and fruit aciiU. These tablets can now be round utall drug stores under the name of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets and not being a patent medicine can be used witli perfect safety and assurance U. iii .-. -.. j- i, iat healthy appetite will follow their l egular use after meals. Mr. N. .1. Dooher. of -J710 Dear- born st., Chicago, 111.. sas: '-Ca- tarrh is a local condition resulting ironi a neglected com in tnt neaiit whereby tlie lining membrane of the nose becomes inflamed and the pois onous discharge therefrom passing backward into the thtoat reaches (he stomach, thus producing catarrh of. (he stomach. Medical authorities I prescribed for me for three years for catarrh of the stomach without cure, i lint today I am tile Happiest oi men t after using only one box of Stuarf.s Dyspepsia Tablets. I cannot find appropriate words lo express dis good feelllllg. J lia 3 flesh, appetlt. iniuUoUiul rest from their t.se. .. .. f II.. 1.1 j .1. safe. s as well as the simplest and hnost convenient remedy for any , I form of indigestion, catarrh of the ' i .stomach, biliousness, sour stomach, ' heartburn and bloating after meals.' ai'iiu nr iiuie ihmjk, liianeu jree, on stoiuacii trouuies, ov addressing K. A.' Stuart Co., Marshall, Mich. The (ablets can be found at all drug stores. BIG GIFT FOR A SCHOOL. American I uitersit lieeeiws lion ! sl.o.OIIU. P.risisua., May :. A lon- Pittsburg tiiend ot the 2s.ttiou.il university sit Washington, of which Bishop Hurst of the Methodist Eniscou.ll church is chau- ' cellor, has donated M),000 to 1k used in I the establishment ot u school oi missions in conueetioii with that institution. Xo names are given out lor the proseut, but a full statement of the transaction is promised shortly. "As I hae just leturued from abroad." Mr. Gates explained, "I can not go into into details in this matter, ! bur it is pretly safe to say tirsit the com bination will go through and that its capital will be nearlv $&00,000,000. About an tne ui; r.ii.iri.iii:'"! mrtv oninp I iu, the piiucipd ones of which "will be the Carnegie --ompany. the National Steel lompauy, the American Steel and Wiie company, and probably the bar steel ihteiests as now lepreseuted by the 1 Republic Steel company.'' i resident ll..ek In Wa.lilngton. ... . .. e, , -r , Asiilt;r.i, May 3. President Mo- Kinlev .mil p.uty returned to Washing- ton. Dicre were in the party only the - president. Mrs. Merunley. Assistant' Secrctary Cortelvon and the members "f tlu' White House staft who accompa- men me presmeiu wirouguoiu tne inp. The pre-idcn1-s lirst act alter reaching the executive mansion was to cull on ' Vice President Hobarr. He found him improved. Nllt .im ,.r i:iiiier. Dovi:i;. Del., May 3. The trial of t "cmYmatl,s Ji!ll'c -"s, union -e. ... -.. , t -e. . t- . caus,-u uv eating canned meat about a 111011th ago. He W.ls the pastor of the Methodist Episcopal cl.u-eh at this P""--e. siedai, im-soi.ii.r -iielllb,.r,. Oil, lo Consi.ler II. W.v,iii;ti, May 3. It was stated at the war department lcgarding the Berlin c.tbli about (iermau property at Uoilo said to base been destroyed dur ing the boinliaiilmeiit of that tossn, liiat tlie n.atter had bet'li lett almost oiitiivlv in the hand, of Creiieml Otis. UlHIIIHlllllUlllllflllllllllllllllllllummt- S 3 5 Ma E 5 2 fnBe-STTonic 5 will strengthen your nerves, ' L-,;,1-"-M,l'- w .mt.- eiioiw wether., u.m . i ui j l -"!i-t": g""d ssitl'iTs, l7.V.it.!H), fair mixed. ciuicii yuui uiciuu, anuipcn , Z: I E SeCOnd time Which dOeS not S, henefit vnn ..W. ...... J uw.. Tliis prepa S ration will do j all this for 5 you, as it j has done for others. You will be benefited, and will tell others. Atal! Drue Stores. .tWAUWI niHiiiiiiiniiiHiiiiiiiiiiiimiiuiiiiiiniiiin ar-'3 ilJIJ ferMALTtffif I r""wSv I " KUr au K ft .j ZH Spring IEutli (if Immigrant.., Vv.r-i.- V V At,.,- !! M..vri,. Kel- ! i.. i i.: .... 1 1 ........ "M".....- toxn. ' rf -t i i -, i t- i i arictert charged with hanging Richard Bayl. "s. .rticgru. to make him confess a theft. Bayles wj, sent to jail to await liiv -m;iiit:i ui iuc ji the actum ol the .nrv. navies said ne ,. i .i..r .i.f ;,: i . ,- wc ' tlll-vini IIIU IUU11 111 Villi. lu rnii lilt. 'i:r hie. iiisi 'a;p. iuw, Vru-CisTi k. p.. r:iv :!. Th m. pjovi of the four Wait furnaces of this ..:..'. ..,.'.....:! ti,, ,..., A Bidden- JZ I T?.- BM ' Pnnvor.i.Pii!A, Mav o.- Colonel Alex the lied. lagwiasye-.is. ., , 7 , , .. 7.. .. "l",,rt ,,,,"" ,I,",, '""" Havaw. May :;. Ccrloiiel Duucau ! Hood of tlie Second lnimnnc regiment, "ho had Uicu ill with apieiidicitis, was reported mnch Utter. .. .. ... . ., . IHiiry H. Iliile Ilea. I. . wv OKlc- Miy :i- Henry B. Hydo, president ot the Ivmitablc Life Insnr- ' a,lto company, is dead. NATIONAL LEAGUE GAMES. At PitiImiM 1'itt-lmrg. 1 run-, 11 hits and 0 run-. M Lini,3 ion-. 0 liit-i and 1 error. B.ltiiie( miner, sjuri, ind Bowerman and .-chriMT Jones1 and Cnger. Umpires Bums ami smith. AtreniUracf. iwu. At Wj-i.inat..n-w..M.inBt.m,o run. 4 hits , and 3 mn. ltrookljn, 7 tuns 7 hits and o -errors. isjtt(.'m,-Biker.inaMcGuirc;Hnghes .ma r.irn-ii. i.nipir-s vtiimi.y nuu iiiurt;w. Attendance. l,n 0. At Riltunor. Baltimore. -' rails, 7 hits audi error-: Boton. '. runs. 10 luts .mil 1 error. R.tleriis -Milltr and Kobinsoji; Nichols and i l.irke. I'mni-es Hunt and Connolly. At- teHllanee. J.o7l. ?& J Z U ml(U , r;or,. BaitcruCoakiev and Grady: Fraer and Douglass. CinmreH Emslie and Mi-ll maid. Attendance, I,50J. A. Cleveland-Cleveland, 2 runs. 5 hits and Jtrror-.; LouiNille,-Jruns. 10 hits and l er- ror. li.ittert.-s t aree-r anil amnier: enimps and Kittridge. Umpires O'Dny and Brennan. Atttlld m.e 5 II. seeonj gam. Cleveland, V run-, U! hits and - i '. erior; Lonis die. j rnns.ll Iiits and 4 errors. j Batteries fcudhoff and Zimtner! MeGee and - Pimeis. Umpires O'Day and Brennan. standing or the Clubs. 1 w. Vt. im.s in Pe. .7lil .Wi7 .lxl .H)J .jsj vr. l. Ijoiussille.. 7 " Baltimore'-... 7 8 S"cw York... S 8 Washington- 1 11 e.1e eland 8 ! Pittsburg :s V Pc. '.500 .407 .585 .207 .250 run -..iu (liicu'o '.I Brooklx n tl Ciu. mn iti 7 i Boston... ... s flames s4.i,iii.i i',,r Toda. loiuissillu at Pittsburg, Chicago at Cleve lan I. Brookkn at Wa-diiiigton, Boston at Bal timore i.nd Piiil.idelpln.i at New York. Interstate League (lame. At Wlm ling Wheeling. 8 runs, !4 lilts and J enoi s; Xcw Castle, il runs, 17 hits and 4 er rors. Batteries Poole and liatimer; Fige meit r and G rath us. At Toledo Toledo, :i runs, 9 hits and 2 er rois: Tt. Wajne, - ruiis, 8 hits and 1 error. B.itteri,s Fergteson and Arthur: Brodie and Z. nnim. At Dastoii D ii tun, 10 runs, lo lutsand4 errois: Jr..iid K ...ids. I ruiis.O hitand5 er rors. B,ittn.s. Morris and Donahue: Harris and Cote-. At M.insliel.I-Maiislield, 1 run, i) hits and 2 terrors; Yt.ungsto in.J rnns,0 hits and 1 er- ror. Batt. ruBelt and Hnckett. Donavan landniueh . lines s. lie. Inle. I Tor Today. New I'.isil, at Win cling, Youngstown at Manstlet.i. im l 12 ij:d at D.irton ami Ft. Was ne al Toleeo. Interstate League standing. - W. 1.. IV. W. L. Pe. Y'n'jist.mn.. J II KM) Toledo 1 1 -KW ,. C'a,tle 1 1 ran Wheeling 1 1 ."Wll G. Rapids I 1 .-re l't. Was ne... 1 1 ..VJJ Uijton- 1 1 .0 JIansfield 0 2 l THE MARKETS. I'ittsbcki., May '-'. WHEAT No. 2 red. OH a 70c. COIt.V Xo. 2 jellosv shtlled, SeJaWc; high imvcdsbellc-d. liSJfsiiDc; No. 2 yellowtar, UlMfA", high mixed ear, W&Hk. OAT.s Xo. 2 s liite. ol'.j'gol'e: extra No. 8 is liite. SJI4'ie.iee. HAY No. 1 timothv, IU.2oal0.7d: No. 2 do, flHOiMOOJ. o 1 timothy- 0.23(50.75: No. 1 (lover, $9jn.73, Xo. 1 prairie, t3.23g8.75; pielang, 3UI"S.2.): No. 1 timothy, from ssagoil. loose. I1.0oll.-. IUUIiTRY lase Larire ehiekeiis. 7iKa75c I per pair: small. W'Sc: ducks, SOtoSOe per pair, turkes-, Ijllie per pound; geus, 1.00 , rl.r.p-rpair. Dressed-Chickciis. lUc per I iKMiiid; ducks, IJrgltc; turkeys, UglJc: gee-e, .jk.iIo - . liXTSMiJl Klgin print,. I'M; extra cream ery, 17':mlSo. Ohio, fancy ereamery, 13lflo; eountrs rjll, l.'n.l4c: loss grade and cooking, 111" lie. ellEE-K-FulI .-ream. Ohio, ness-, lOJifellci thrts-ipiarters. y.-tle; Ness-York state, full cream, ness-. 11'n.lP.e; Wisconsin, 1.!' ja 14c : 20 Iioniul lirl. kssiss, 1 Knl3's.-; lunlmrger, I1J n I2e. Ei,'(!S-,strn tly fresh P. nn-yls-ania and Ohio, in ess..,, 121.";.;; goosn eBgs,2330o; duel, egs. Ilal.ii' l'l rrsnunu. May 2. OATri.K-H.'ceipts fair on Monday, 08 ears on sat. : mark, t steady em all except best export .attie. s Inch are a shide losver. To dsy uin light: market stciidj: prices un eh.uig.sl. Wo .plot.' : Extra. 5.:M(g3.10: prime, f.iAln.VJi); g.Hxl, -.ixynj.lu. tidy, TJ.7O-J.0s); Tair. 4u)iHii: eoiinnon. $w.5aa.'UI0: lieiters, FS-Syillli i.tni. -ilxa4.1S: bull, and stags, (ialitl. a; (ommon to gissl fat eosrs. $2.25) 4(U: good fn-li eoss, ?4.UWa.ki W: fair, J23.00 -4.IUU, liologn.i. oss-s. J1UIXXJ20.00. IIO'Js n.ci'ipt, on tonduj ssas heas-y; uutiket i ulf-,1 dull and losser.- Toilay the run is l'gltt ..ml mnket steady at jeaterday's pnies. We iiuole: J'rinio Mediums and best heasies. s!r: hi ai.s Yorkers. 3.!1j: liglit Yorkers. !.w:f.S.-: j.i.-,, s.i.cya,'1.7.V roughs. MIEEP AND I.AMHs-.su.iply on Monday fair, 17 ears on sale; market steady on bheep and laml.,.V losser. .sapiils- tinlay fair: mar- .-j,,i.i. ,, f'.Wo 1.50: choieo lambs. HOlls Market steady eA'rrf.E Market ,teady at ?2.7525 Oil. -S"KE1 ANU LAMRS-Markrt for sheep nominal at -sIUOr 1.75 I..1111IH Market quiet it 4..i iiti A) Nf.ss Yoiik. May 2. WHl'AT spot market easy; No. 2 red, Sl?4e r. o. b. afloat to arris o and 7!c in eleva tin: No. 2 northern, lluluth, 81'e f. o. 1. atio.it: No. 1 northern, Ness- York, ttl'jlo afloat, r. us b. COltN spot market steady; No. 2, JJ'iit t l'.je f. o. b. afloat to arrive and sput. OATw spot market quiet ; No, 2, 82c; No. 3, :,le: No. :i sshite, :ilc; track, mixed ss'estern, ll'.ffi lie. a'ATTI.I' Xon.' for sale: feeling sveak; 1 able, , low. MlKEl" AND bAMUw-Mailtet for shcop steads: lamlis neglected: Ki- ears unsold. Wixil.sl sheep, "i U): clipped do, 1.2.1: sonth- eru spring lamb,, --(' per head. Hods .Ifnrket losser HtJKWj if 100 j,unils. I ' I h WOMAN YOU CAN'T SNUB. Drier Trifle ltlt n .skinny Wirainn If Ilrr Kut-e Shine,. Do yon know who is the most exas perating woman in the world? The wo man von can't nnb. She is two kinds the meek and lowly sort, that when you smite her turn's the other cheek un til you're positively too tired to deal her another blow, ami the one whose elf , importance is invulnerable a Achilles' heel. I met one of tlie la-t kind early in . Vae winter. On general principles I tvonld avoid this woman, because she's ikinny and her face shines. Something ' is all wrong about a skinny woman ; otic wny or another she's dangerons. When a skinny woman's face shines, it means she's above using powder and is sure to make a parade, as a virtne, of the very wrong that is to account for the lack of flesh on her bone". I couldn't help the woman calling on me. and I returned her first call lather than run , the risk ot what she might do to me if I violated, this fundamental principle of right social action a prescribed by ev ery etiquette book in the laud. When she called a second time, slie addressed me as "my goo.1 woman. i can ior givcalmosfanytiiing but being called n 'good woman. Only a menLd or medi ocrity past 40 is properly terTned a good woman. I resolved to sunb this crea ture, and I wanted her to know I was snubbing her. I would never return her visit never. And how- do yon suppose she takes it? Every time she'sees mo she apologizes to me for not having re turned my visit blots my intended neglect of her out of mind and patron izes me with the assumption that it is she who is neglecting me. Mark the wisdom I have uttered. Xever trifle with a skinny woman if her face shines. Washington Star. AT THE BOOK BARGAIN SALE. The Kind of Intelligent Sitlcalndies Tliey lln-sc in Aets V.irk. Mr. B. Wori'u Have you a cheap edition of "The Hind?" Mi-s Jenkins (first saleslady, shift ing gum) Who by? Mr. Worm Homer. Miss, Jenkins We got a cheqp" edi- . tion of "The Idiot" by a man named I Homer, Miss Smithers? Mr. Worm Not "The Idiot" "The T Iliad" IU-ee-ad. Miss Jenkins Qneer name that, heard of the book. The Illy Add." I Don't think I ever Sounds Roosian. 'Bout Roqsia, is it? Mr. Worm No, I think not Greek mostly. Miss Jenkins Oh! It's a Greek storj-, Lizzie. I thinlc I've heard of it. Tells about the war they had between Greece and Japan, I h'lieve. Mis Sniithers (second saleslady) The name of the book yon want is "The Idict. " You want it in paper cover? Mr. Worm No: I'm sure it's "The Iliad." Miss Smithers Well, I think you've got it wrong. It might bo "The Kail yard. " I've iieard of something like that- Who do you say the book's by? Homer? Don't know his full name, do yon ? ' Mr. Worm No: that is. that's all there ia of the name. Miss Smithers Oh, I see ncrme de ploom. I never heaid of him. Mnst'be some new man ain't got his reputation made. We don't beep none but the leal pop'Iar books. Mies Jenkins, s'pose vow j look tlnough that pile in the corner. Miss Jenkins- (after three minutes' " search) No; we ain't got a copy of "The Lizard." New York Sun. Hyes AYhieli cc BIb. The other day a man spoke in my pretence about a certain real or fancied peculiarity of some animals which, he said, caused the eye to dilate when the animal was subject to "ridden fright, thus transforming the pupil of the eye into a magnifying glass of "high power. . "Why." he said, "if a wildcat fright-1 ens a horse, his eyes enlarge so that tlie i wildcat looks to him as big as a tiger." ' I have qnit saying I don't believe a thing just because I never heard of I If Vif.,vrt Iit,. nnii. Tvl.nt- tt win j. iu uwu.i, ui.i, ..v.., ....... .. jv. I think of this? .1 can imagine a man of the stone age telling this sort of tale to his offspring, the while their prehistoric little eyes grew wide with wonder and amaze, and then when they ran out of the cave to play I see him looking over at the old lady and smiling. Forest and Stream. A Modern Kliij.rmcnl. Tlie agitated girl looked back through the cloud of dust that rose in their rear. "Algernon," sho exclaiined.in terror, 'pap is pursuing usl" "Let him pursue!" chuckled Alger non. "The last thing ! did before wo started was to slip out and change his (torago battery. It's only got about one more mile in it, and then it'll stop dead." And even as Algernon spako these words his automobilo drew away from tho pursuer, while from the lagging ma chine far in the rear came faintly to tho car hodrso ciies of impotent rage from the baffled parent. Chicago Trib une Akuo.v, O, April 14, lSSK). Mk. G. W..Tokdan. Dear sir That package of Vitae Ore I bought of you has done me more good than all the medicine T have ever taken. For more than thirty yenrs T have been alllicted with' nervous headaches. For the Iabt six years I have been a great sufferer. For the hibt two yea is T have been obliged to keep the back of my neck blistered most of the time, to partially relieve the terrible pain 111 tlie top and nncK m my nead. Somotiiiies tlie paius would be so severe and I would be so nervou, that I would have to sit down for a time, or lie down for hours, and some 1 times for days at a time. There have been times when I thought 1 should lose niv mind. Some times .sharp, shooting pains would dart through mv hands, arms and feet. For fifteen years. I have been restless and svake "ful nights, and my health has been , very miserable. L have only taken V.-O. about two weeks, or about half .of a package, . but T can sleep well till night, and feel refreshed in the morning. I have no more or those terrible1 headaches, , and lam so much better generally, that 1 think there can bo no other remedy equal to V.-O. T unhesitat- ino-lv rWmmend Vitae Ore. and V. ' Pills to the nfllic'ted. Hoping that this may iiilluence .some other poor sulferer to give V.- O. a trial, I am, lours tiuly. Mou T.s 1 Ciiveuvm .silts, pij.-sji.v hn.s.sn., 112 . Ivxchango Sf., Akron, O. I ta. WOMAN KNOWS. WOMAN.. Zubich, Kan. , Jan. 31 I ucd "Wine of Cardui for nervoiiMieiiS and eaknets in the womb After taking one bottle 1 wat welt ajriin. 1 am a midwife, and alnas recommend Wine of Cardui to my ladv friend- duriiitr pregnancy and alter ninn as a ionic, tverv ladr who take it finds that doe? even more than i claimed for it. MRS. V. M. BOISVEKT. ieriaru Nobody knows woman like woman Men 50 to medical colleges, study books and listen to ledjrere. They learn indi rectly of the diseases of women, but they are men and can never fully understand the ailments, the sufferings, the agonies of mothers, wives and sisters. A woman Iviiows. Mrs. Bcisvert knows. She has passed through the trials and tribulations f her sex. She has been near by when her sisters suffered. She has seen them relieved and cured with Wine of Cardui. Is it any wonder she recommends it? Is it any wonder that thousands of other women recommend it. Tliey UDIES' ADVISORY DEPARTMENT. t-nrftdricg in cacc reauirine d. t ssssz'SSmSs: Ca3.tuX,a".Te0na?M'',,C,n't'- girls, helps the weak of all ages, helps and cures every womanly ill. Druggists Sell Large Bottles for $1.00. Don't. Buy 31 Buggy UNTIL YOU GET PRICES FROM Tifft & Vogan, Cuyahoga Falls, 0. Telephone IMo.,3. 127 1SS. oward, PlQlllKlftGltSJII Our designs art very beautiful and prices as low as consistent with tlie best elass of work. Mantels, Grates and Tiling Wood, Carpet and Parquet Floors How shall we treat our floors? This question is brought to every housewife with the return of carpet cleaning: Ask for our booklet on Hardwood Floors.... Tei. s-ys. Plimibiii"; mid Gas Fitting', Bath Tubs. Sinks;, rumps. Etc., . at lowest prices. Open Kve'iiimrs. 204 West Market Street. Telephone 649 'Jorpe.Iolm.il .soiuers llroiiglit Oser. Nr.sv YtutK. May 3. The toriiedobo.it Seiners, ss liicb wasbought by the United States in Cci many previous t.cthewar with Sviiu. arrived liete on IkkuiI the Atlautic transport liner Manhattan. Sanipson s,,uMtif, Arriied. t Ni.sv Youk. May'!. Admiral Sainp- son's sini.t.ltoii of evolution returning tro 11 Km rtise iu the West Indies, ar rived. TrowSrldge's l Chpcola'e Velvet Chips FOR SALE BY f AH FirsUCIass Con fectioners, Druggists arid Grocers. THE BEST! T";-.,i.lr AT dis.!.. Tvnnfoi I riuiti 11. luciii, liwUioiiwi hi Coal, transfer and jreneral teaminjr, rubber tire coaches for funerals, I weaatngs, aances, moving vans, wagonettes, band wagons. 106 Lincoln St., iei. 564. IM. IV1. -WE"VF-2ISK ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Office, Seceind floor, Palmer Block. No. 168 S. Main st. First stairway north of the I.O.O.F. Temple. We cany the largest and most com plete line of-forelgu and domestic brands of cigars at all prices to b. found in Akron; also a full line oi smoker's articles. Our goods aro tin best to be found in tho market. .. . . - ,MM ,61 S- Ilov-i St. Arcade Mdg, Tel. 7hh A. OiCVrVIOIM f ,!! mivir-t,ravf r" VJ KJf Wi B 2 6- V .. Machine & Pattern Works. ..... , ... . Ciibtlngs of every deseriptlon 111 Iron mid brnss for structural ninchliiit or moldssi.rk. Mncliluomul imtternrsork. PlionoftU qot Kvchanco and Water Sts. DO YOU -Toole H ' v IPVUMr VK U v yfttREE'S. tf tf S kinnv. They have actual experience to prompt them. y pd the Mm& from mouth to moilth, telling how Wine of Cardui helps young ei.478 .-& "s anc- 121 lyiri3 Kirkwood Street Cor. Howard and SVlill LAWN DRESSING J. E. PETERSON Tel. 124. 128 Norlh Main st. You are cordially invited to visit... XilS BAMK CA.F--1H: The finest Restaurant In Akron. cllr. ) Fine Imported and i! Ill Domestic Wet Goods hours ) and Cigars... Under Central Savings Bank. JOHN KOERBER, Prop. i- j B11 ? The rich man's whiskey is HAlt-PJ-Hl because it is .supremely deli cious. The poor man's whiskey is HARPI-H., because such good whiskey helps him. The family whiskey is HARPER, because it its pure pleasant and strengthening-. SOLD BY WM. WASHER. 144 South Howard st.. Akron. O. A. D. ELLIS rf" -. -- I moving vans, general ,"stj a . teaming nml trans- leiii... iHireet llninruilKiieiiery.ietsi stable. Pomnt sers lee. oonular urlet,. (ltliee corner C'amil and Cherry street,. .-.i.io.e -iu 1. nerrj sireei- Tol. ZSy v.2 Watch the Bulletin FOR BILL OF FARE DIFFERENT EVERY DAY Remember the 15c Dinner From 1 1 till 2 PACIFIC RESTAURANT OPEN DAY AND NIGHT THE BEST IN THE CITY. J. S. KESLER. Mer Back at the Old Stand No. 203 a. Market St., Everett Block, sslth n nosvltneof Plumbing and Uhs Kivtures. Orders promptly tilled. H. P. CAHILL House Tel. 7 17. Tel lift !2E-K2t! v - Ill -janyszzrzzzs.