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k 128 Look For ou Will hnu it on tne wmaows. j tratehtforward Talk Has ahvavs been our greatest friend practical, lionen voicing of practical, honest facts. This week we have a sale It's special and positive in its bargain giving. Men's, Boys' and ..Children's Clothing.. ELEGANT SPRING STYLES. Serges in Blue and Black for Men at bottom prices. Our low prices will astonish you. If you come to the right place you will get right prices. This is the place where you can SAVE MONEY, if you come here and buy your .clothing. We are getting new goods daily. Gome in and be convinced. Akron Clothin Howard st ILLINERY We are srettinsr in new troods every week. If want I LIS! I Of "Ml Place your order with us. Our specialty is to W please all our friends and patrons. jfll Mrs. F. Nelson, 624 S; Main st. 1 m OPEN OO TO New Castle, Pa. Monday, June 5, via. P. & W. RY ...Only $I.OO Train leaves Union Depot 7p.m. Be street fair. Park." -. Lot fi $2.85 sure ana go, you win nave a goou rime. m v. asm Largest dancingpavillion in Pennsylvania at Cascade ISV3. J. EVTcarphy, Liquor Dealer x?x i lies p "C A SPECIALTY lfc " I nil i- I i V S- HWard SU sr0? X AKRON, 0. L g Tomorrow, For a man's serviceable business suit, well tailored, and worth the original price $8 Eo.ot 2 $4.00 Will buy a man's fine black or stylish mixture suit, suitable for dress or business, tailor-made, and really worth $10 Lot 3 $5.50 "Will take a man's fine fancy black, blue or brown suit very best material, strictly all and well worth $15 Ladies' $3.00. . Ladies' $5.00 . Ladies' $7.00 Ladies' $10.00 Choice of any Hat Shape Hadies' Ladies' Trimmed Hat Trimmed Hat Trimmed Hat Trimmed Hat in the Store 75- Shirt Waist $2.00 Skirt $ SATURDAY $1.00. ' SATURDAY $1.75. SATURDAY $2.25. SATURDAY $2.98. SATURDAY 15c. SATURDAY 29c. SATURDAY 79c. SA1 RPTnPmhfT WP fifaVP TTimiQCniiiQ (f IYlllLlilUL-1 YVC IldYL- lllUUddllUo Ul John Mahoney, BVlgr. s Nl!mbcr 128 I ? Co. J12SI 1 vou m just II LATEST STYLE Oil W11 SB RIGHT PRICI EVENINGS Round rnp... a.m., returning leaves New Cabtle "Ill T A 7 TVT ll gggraraiojis J QUAE ANTE ED M- 1- Cahit! -AGENT FOR to i i a Co. Mercer 01 Goi First-Class Plumbing Work a Specialty. Orders Promptly Filled. ReV.Tei-.747. 203 East Market St. REMEMBER NO REASONABLE "x . CLOTH Lot k $6.98 Will buy a man's very fine fashion able clay worsted suit, satin lined, la'test New York style and equal to any tailor-made suit for which you Avould have to pay $20 Lot S OQp Will buy a man's good cassimere pants. Other stores- will charge $2.50 Lot 6 $1.48 made of the wool For a man's very wool pants. All the Cost to make, $4 tme: big clothing failure TALKED HARMONY. Continued From Firbt Page. maiiiig the temporary organization per manent. Among the features of Thursday werse the speeches at the hotels that vrere bitter and defiant, and those at the convention that were all for har mony. The leaders, who joined the chorus at the auditorium from 4 to 6 p. in. in a sort of peace jtfbilee, spent the night, however, in contests and con ferences that were not very harmonious. While the forces of Oox, jJaugherty and Kurtz combined against JSash as the Hannu candidate in all the prelimi nary work, yet this combine can not ap parently get together on any one man tor governor. Cox wants a dark hore, and is grooming bnattuc till lie names his favorite. Foraker wants Jones. Kurtz doesn't vatit Jones or Duugherty if he can get ouieoue he likes better. Meantime, Dau:dierty insists that he has more Mites than Joue.-.. Cox and Kurt, can command, that they should tome to him if they ,mt to defeat Xa.sh and thereby indirectly defeat Hanua. It is in. this complication that Neiu is ULelv to lx brought out. The iipw state committee elected Viv ian J. G. Fagm chairman and P. W. Dnrr secretary and ill meet here June 1? for permanent organization. Hon. Cyrus Hulmg, as chairman of the j-tate central committee, called the convention to order Thursday after noon. There were deiuoustatious as Senators Hanua and Foraker entered the hall, and the Glee club commanded such attention as to secure order. Rev. S. S. Palmer oftered prayer, after w hich Chairman Huling in part said: l'lie Republicans of Ohio are deeply in earnest this year. They feel that the prosperity of the country, the ex pansion of our commerce and the honor of the flaff they love depend upon the endorsement of Mr. Mcfimley this year- by the triumphant election ot the can didates nominated at this convention and his reiiouunatiou and re-election next j ear to the high place he now holds." He then plead for harmony. Mr. Huling announced that the state committee had selected the following temper ry organization: Chairman, Hon. W.'S. Kerr of Mansfield; secre tary, Hon. E. Li. Lampsou of Ashtabula; sergcint-at-aniis, Frederick Bader of Cincinnati. On being introduced," Congressman Kerr was heartily cheered. The delegates took up his keynote for h mnony, and proceeded to call on cer tain leaders for speeches. All responded except General Grosvenor, who had left the hall, and ex-Governor Foster was called out in his place. Senator Foraker said there were very many things for Ohio Republicans to talk abont just now, audto think about and to act on isely, and he commended the speech of Mr. Kerr as the true key note tor them. He joined in the plea lor peace. The Threat duty of Ohio Re publicans was to get together. United, they weie iimncible, and divided, they were beaten m advance. They needed not oly a good platform, but also a feiudardbcarer who was the very -tr ngest man, no matter what was his ma e or his past affiliations in the priiy. There has not been in the pres ent inneration such an important elec tion m Ohu none ever more easy for Republicans to carry, and yet never one they could more easily lose. Ohio is the home of McKinley and should head the column for uet year. Senator Hauna made a most vigorous appeal for harmony. He referred to the speeches of Huling, Kerr and Fora ker that had been made forharmoiiy, and urged that it would be necessary for all to work together if the Republi cans won in Ohio this year. He said no man was as great as his party, al though the Democratic papers were now trying to make out a case of some Republicans being greater than their partv. He said: 'The Democratic papers cannot run this coin eutiou. We know our" own business better than they. We have been in politics as long as they. Our experience is better, our motives purer, our aims higher. " Senator Hanua said they would like one auother better the longer they looked into each other's faces, and that they would find out tomorrow (Fri day) that there were no difterences in thii parbv. He urged such harmony and such oigauiAition as would give them the confidence of the president, with an army and navy to back up his policies. t Like all the preceding speakers, he eulo gized President McKinley and pleaded for success this year and his interest next year. Governor Bushnell created quite an amusing stir in following Senator Hanua, aud saying: "There appears to be every evidence of harmony here. That's what we need; that's what we all want." He continued on the keynote for peace aud harmony, as did also ex-Governor , Charles Foster, who followed him in a speech urging tho factious to set to- Lot Lot For boy's are worth Lot fine strictly all latest patterns. (YHlPr ftrOillC in Ladies', Misses' and Children's fine Millinery, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Furnishing Goods, Ladies' Fine Skirts, Capes, Flowers, Ribbons. Hats, etc.. which ULllti Ddl&alllO will co at one quarter of their value. Bear in mind we have evervthinjr we advertise. Also remember this Big Sale. Bankrupt Opening Announcement! A . A M 6 T IVB A BM Has opened a CASH GROCERY -AT- 504 South Main St. You will find here everything NEW and FRESH, and at I.oi est Prices. It will pay you to come; it will avp yon money. Leading Brands.of Flour from 90c up to $1.00 (the best). Rest ..Soap, lo bars -" Rest Coi n, 4 cans -'ro Rest Tomatoes, 3 cans 2oc Be-t Pumpkin, 4 large can- 2Tie BestS vi up "c Be-t Rice, G lbs 2oc Best Farina, 8 lbs . ... i"c Best Primes, 5 lb 25c Extia Large Prunes, 3 lbs 25c Magnolia Salmon, 8 cans 25c Large Sack Salt .. 3c Xew Potatoes, per pic 40c Lemons, per doz 15c Oranges, good size 20c Also a full line of other fruits at low est prices. Goods delivered to all parts of the city. Do not forget the place, 504 South Main St. Tel. 1633. FOR SATURDAY And every other day in the week Your Meats Should be bought of Ed- Leopold 222 E. Market St. Tel. 139 Beef, Veal, Mutton, Lamb, Pork, Ham, Sausage of all kinds, fresh and smoked; Corned Beef, Dried Beef; Poultry in season. Clioice Tit-bits of every description a specialty. Reasonable Prices. Prompt Delivery. Prompt Service. J"S"!lS"Sd'S'!K';S5f f Atlantic Garden (to ..European Restaurant.. W (J 200-202 E. Market St. fi ;; Refreshments of all kinds. The hi W celebrated An&euser Bnscn Beer .T. y always on dranght. Meals at all SI Vf hours at reasonable prices. .T. V Give us a call Sf We will please you. i.i V DETTLING BROS., Props. j ;yVg'jg.gJJ.;g.ggCi? gether. Under the call of the 21 congressional disuicts the followiug committees were auuounced: IC9liu.ins First district, Oix, Judge Tunis B. swum, nnti (Arc. Charles H. Ste vens, rtcjiid. Cox, fccott Boiilum, anti Cox, .7 -Cliiiidlor Harris: Third, Isaac Hale, Fourth, Robirt U.Bi U'ham, Fifth, H.C-Gl;;iii. fcixth, I, A Edwards; SeMiitli. JlcPherson Bnran Eshth, W. A. Blt. Ninth, Dr. Wnlker, Tenth fcte'he.i Morgan, Eleienth, Otto VhI lciiwindin Twelfth, L O. billnugh; Thir teenth, .1. D rinoli. Fourteenth, W. C. Cnuucr; Fifteenth, II. V. VanVorhis; Six teenth, J. Dunbar, seHntcenth. Judge. M. L Sinjscr, Eighteenth R W. Taj lor. Nine teenth, John J. bullnan. Twentieth. C. A. , the LaSt OFFER REFUSED FOR ANY SUIT ING IN THE HOUSE TOMORROW, "7 $2.25 Will buy a man's very handsome pants, made from plaids, pin chejeks, stripes and neat effects and worth $6 8 $1.90 fine long pants suits and $4.50 & $2.48 Will buy a boy's very neat suit of good- material and neat pattern. Well worth $5.50 RO SALE Store, Judson and George B. B iche , Twenty first, Holcomb delegation, H. E. Hernck: Haun i. E. T. Anderson: McKi.-uon, Harrj Vail. Credentials First district. Cox. August Herman: anti Cox. W. L. Little, fcetond. Cox, Joseph F. Kushman, snti Cox, Ch irle Evan, Third. Dr. J. E. Lowes j Fourth. Trank T. Conkling: Fifth, F. D. Preutis.bixth. Charles H. Eulas: fecTenth, R. H. McCioud. Lightli, Oris H. Kimball, Ninth, Colonel J. C. Bonner: Tenth. Fittlo S. Clark : EIe enth, A. W. Voor hees; Twelfth, A. L Vorys: Thirteenth, W. C. Brdwn; Fourteeeth, Q. il. Skiles;; Fifteenth, &. D. Aldeman : sixteenth. Paul B Worthing ton: Seventeenth. W. B. jloodj: Eightwnth, G. E. Baldwin: Nineteenth. G. VT. Seiber: Twentieth, J. H. Broonerand Alraham Kra mer; Tweniy-llrst, Holcomb delegation, T. J. JVing; Hanna, David Morrison: McKis-Kin, Walter Meal btate central committee First district. Cox. V, J. Fagm: anti Cox, J. L. Steele. Second, Cox, Peter VT. Durr. anti Cox, William Ford; Third. C. A. Craighead: Fourth. S M. Fletch er; Fifth, W. H. MiClmtuck; Sixth, W." H. Walkon Seventh, C C. Chappeilear: Eighth. S. F Daw ol; Ninth Percy White, Ti nth. s. H. Eagle, Eloi enth, J. C. Kellej: Twelfth. Dr. Frank McCifTerty; Thirteenth. P. F. McNeal. Fourteenth, E. M. Pierce; Fifteenth, T. J. Mastersou, sixteenth. J. A. Beal, Setn:ei.nth, George A. Ujj . Eighteenth, M. A. Noma; Nineteenth, C P. sherrj , Twentieth. R. B. Hubbard and Jaeob Beidhr; Twentj -first, Holcomb delegation, B Mallm: Hanna, F. M. Chandlen MtKI-sson, Fred L. Taft. Senator Foraker created a seiKition hy declarations which indicated to dele gates that he was opposing Senator Hanua. V1ipii the members of the McKisou delegation arrived they ser euaded Senator Foraker at the South ern hotel, the headiinartera of the anti Hjiiua and anti-Nash men. The sena tor Laid he joined them m putting on his, fighting clothes and closed his speech thus: "We are ou the eve of a great politi cal battle and Ohio is to play a most im portant part in this battle and I say to ou that she must be right. This con vention is a moist important one and if we are to have right and prestige with us e must let the people of our party have a voice in our councils. 1 say hero and now that I believe jou men to be loj al, legal representatn e of your party and I hope to see you staud in tho convention. Hon. HI M. Daugherty was serenaded and made a speech, wirch some in terpreted in connection with the speech of Senator Foraker as indicating that the field was showing defiance to Sena tor Hanna aud Jndge Nash, ilr. Daugherty said iu closing: "I have no quarrel with any man within or with out the Republican parry uulev, he should by mistake forget that it is with in the pro ince ot the people to make tho caudida t3 forjgoveruor." At the district meetings in the after noon tuo combine, including the Daugh erty, Cox and Kurtz forces, had a bare majority and secured control of the com mittees, including the pivotal point in the organization conceded to be vested in the committee on credentials, but the Hanna and Nash men claimed a ma jority of tho delegates by counties. The nrst and second districts, after affirming their previous action at Cincinuatimet jointly and adopted a resolution author izing Chairman Cox to cast the 80 otes of Hamilton county mi the contention under the unit rule. There was talk among the delegates about presenting ex-Congressman John A. Caldwell ot Cinciuuati for lieutenant goemor, if Congressman Shattuc or no other maii froai Hamilton county got hr-st pla -e. Owing to the inteuse feeling oter tho contested delegations tiom seven coun ties, the slate cotitral committee at tempted lo decide what constituted cause for a i oiitest. The committee de cided in the case of Hamilton county t hat did not constitute cause lor con test by ruling that contests would be decided on ( lie" party law as expounded in the call of tins year and not on the calls tor state conventions in former years. This seated the Cox delegation iu the temporary organization and gives it full representation for the Fn-st aud Second congressional districts ou all the com mittees The action of the state committee showed an alliance of the field against Nash, that the Daugherty, Cox and Kuitztoic-es weie pulling together on the selection ot members of the commit tee on erf dentials and in other pielimi nary tvoik. This would imply the seat ing -of the Holcomb delegations from Cletelaud against both the Hanua and AlcKisson delegations, aud it eliminated Mayor McKisson not only from this con eiitiou, but also from the old combine with Kuitz, Hiishnell aud others. When ir lomos to balloting for gottr l or t!iH notion ol the state committee t.'ill'also have its effect, but the ettcnt of its final influence cannot be pre dicted SESOLUTIONS COMPLETED. ' The Hnliomh Delegation I'rom Cluvelaiiii unit ,ox 3Icn I"roui Ciliuii- natl Scaled. Columw -, June 2. The sub-oonimit-ti e ou resolution-, completed their work. The resolutions commend tho last legis lature for its legislation against trusts, DaV Big Lot IO $3.25 Buys a boy's long pants suit that would be considered a big bargain at $8.50 Lot II $4.50 Will take away a boy's extra fine quality, very stylish long pant suit, well worth $12 Lot 12 rsc Will buy a child's knee pants suit Avhich is well worth $1 .50 of Morris Spero & Co.'s Big Clothing Stock TOMORROW (Saturday). Look for Big Sign. 63-165 go Patent Calf.CIotl Top. Silk "Worked Eyelets, French Heel. ggE3SE:t3JE3t3iE3l; Al f f nf J v esa?sjiy5' Ns r775yf ial0?t A FINAL WIND-UP THIJ LAST SEASON On JUNE is-fc wo began a WINDING-UP SALE. This 3x3 space does not give ns a chance to talk lengthy about prices, but will state that you can buy the BEST OE C400DS for-one-fourth of tho regular price, many goods for much less. $4.00 Hats for $1.00, etc. m Sale Began June 1st. cscssgcstgisgcsgQgcgcscagraSSgraggggggg denounce lynchings, endorse the ad ministrations of President McKinley and Governor Bushnell, recommend a uniform system of selecting delegates from the counties to the state conven tion, also the advancement of the mer chant marine and uniform system of government for municipalities. The committee on credentials seated the Holcomb delegation from Cleveland, which is ditided between Dangherty jind Nash. The other two delegations ot only four votes out of the 21 on tho committee, one of the defeated delega tions being lidded by ex-Mayor McKis soii. The Cox delegates from Hamilton county ts ere seated, as were the Nash delegates from Frauklin. The contests in Allen, Adams, Preble aud Highland counties were decided without making ui.iteiial changes. BABY MAEION CLM.K FOUND. ItrxtniKl'tn Her Par lit .Man uud Wo man Who llnd Hei Arrested at Curiiarillet X. 1. New Yor.K, Juue a. Baby Marion B. Clark has been fouud and restored to her parents and two alfeged kidnapers, a man and a woman, L.ive been placed ruder .ir-e t. Tl.c woman was arrested at Garnenvlle 'the man who was with .. 1 a h i m was allowed to re tain to Jow t.i.. . -i., lut 1 e -.pite himself up at G.iiMieijihe. Attention was fiist attracted to the woman and child when they called at the postoffice, the woman asking for mail for Mrs. .Tevinie Wilson. The postniibstrc-s noticed the resemblance of the child to the pictures of Baby Clark, awljsho notified in officer. The father took the child home. A great crowd uhejred the baby and mother when they were called to a win dow. No reason for the abduction was given. "Whnt nro technicalities, Undo 'Jim?" "Technirahties? Why, they aro what lawyers fight over when the evidence geU too weak or too 'strong." Chicago Record Sale of Morris Spero & OF MEN'S, BOYS" OR CHILDREN'S SATURDAY. 13 $1.23 For a child's fine that is worth $2.75 Lot 14 $1.98 Will buy a boy's very fine knee pants suit made" of 'fine material and handsome pattern. Can't be matched for less than $( . S - Morard St; Akron, O FromtheDaintiest Diess creation to the most substantial outing boot, there is but one price There are many other shoes at tin" price. The difference is in t?tT-T- 'pi... ,i:ir i nui3, me iiiuuiciiwe iui- uutuc 'Queen Quality' Shoes World famous. All styles for dress, for the house, for the promen ade, for outing all at one price, $3. Sold exclusively by I. I) 110 S.Howard St. SMAL! Bl MILLINERY BUSINESS I The1 Jahant Vibratory Grate Is used in J. h. L.ITT Novelties in Millinery We have the largest stock of Trimmed Millinery shown in one storm. Special price Friday and Safurday $1.50, $2, $2.50, $3, $3.50 and $4. They cannot he duplicated for one-half more inonev. They are the newest colorings and trimmings. J. M. LITTLE Where Tliej- riimlly Land. "I see that Burlesnuer Lydia Thomp son, who is going on 70, has just taken a farewell benefit." "What will she do now?" "Oh, 1 suppose she'll have a rest for a year or two and then go into the bal let." Cleveland Plain Dealer. knee pants suit Lot Lot Will pants. English Model and a favorite with fashion able ladies. in II a i the i.. ' SALE ! : I I 1 l I M A V I u V ' 1 I W s S?s $!! OUR &m The Jahant Hot Blast Furnace You can't burn them out. Come in and we will show you why. Stoves .and Ranges ?: The Jahant Co. n. bs. jsi. Eentinl nf Cbeer. "David, here's a" long article which says that good humor makes the ideal home." "That's all right, Harriet. Doesn't itay, too, that good dinners are the basis of good humor?" Chicago Rec ord. Co.'s Stock. Lot 15 - .' 14c For a boy's knee-pants, worth 35c 16 29c For child's knee pants. Other stores will ask you 75c r 43c buy boy's handsome knee Well worth $1 Ladies' $3 Fine Shoes SATURDAY $1.49.