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FOR SALE Good fa Knqulre Geo. Brodt, 8 home nnd baccy. K. Market st. 17-47 fr"OR SAX.K OR TRADE-No. 115 Kllng St.. Brooms, furnace?, etc. Tel. 519. Call on O. W. Grldley, 4S Central building. For sale Property on Dayton t tl.UO; rood 7 room boue, furnace and barn, onlj L0O; tine lot on North Honard st.at a vacrance; No. lloCrouseot., 6 room houe. veil and cistern, fine lot, $l.Kon lone time. East Thornton ut., near Main and Furnace, only $1,709. Properties In all parts of the city at great bargains. Call and see them. Money to loan Tel. 51. G. VT Grldley, 48 Central building, J- E. PETERSON Cement, lit, M Pipe Tel. 124. 128 North Main st. BUILDING STONE FOB SALE uarrles. Orders Chlce bulldlnn stone by car load; also quarries, uratra Jones, Si" South fcrown stone from Warwick tilled on short notice. C. II if aln st. IF YOU WAST a first-class driving horse, finely mated coach or carrlace team, call at Stelner's sales barn, 1350 S. Main st. Noth ing but first-class horses kept In stock. Tel. 17S4. N. R. Steiner, Prop. Johny Martin A Brother. Managers Junl8 20 head of carefully selected horses. Drivers, draft, single and inatched carriage horses at the stable of The Dixon Transfer Co. 116 North High st. " TEACHERS. Continued From First Page. FOR SALE 7 choice lots. Miller ave., price J200 to SKO; 32 lots In Hnynes allot ment Just off of S. Main St.; prices way down. J.I. Bachtel, Insurance and loans, ICS S. Howaad St. F"OF3 SA FOUR ACRES OF LAND, SUITABLE FOR RESIDENCE OR GARDENING PURPOSES, ON STREET RAILWAY, NEAR SALT WORKS. EASY TERMS. CALL ON OR ADDRESS Geo. Brodt, - M. O'NEIL & CO., THIRD FLOOR. SAXON TONIC AND NERVINE Drives away aches, pains, weakness and ailments that make women's lives miserable. The Saxon Tonic and Nervine is a Royal invigorating tonic, a soothing"and strengthening nervine, a perfectly legitimate medi cine, purely vegetable, harmless, compounded and carefully adapted to women's needs. It will not dis appoint or harm. In all cases of nervous exhaustion, inability to sleep, nervous prostration, all harsh medicines for bringing about men struation are dangerous and do the system great injury. The Saxon Tonic and Nervine is the best, safest and most natural way which is regu lating and strengthening the whole system. This medicine is not :i cure all chronic diseases of the sexual system of women. Saxon Medicine Co., room 9 Guth block, Akron, O. ws HAIR DRESSING. LADIES We do nil kinds of hair work at our new parlors. !- Misses Lonqcot A Arnolb, 181 S. Howard St., Up stairs. MONEY TO LOAN. TO IX)AN $2(10, 30O, $400, J500 and 11,000. J. I. Bachtel, 188 S. Howard. 294tf 17,000 to loan 5J. Real estate security. H. O. FEEDERLE. MONEY TO LOAN Graham' & Baum, In surance. Rooms at, 27, 28, Central Office block. Thone279. 43 $1 to $100 on diamonds, watches, house hold goods, pianos, horses, etc. No delay. Terms lowest. Business strictly private. V. H. Caley, room 53, Central office building. Tel. 2. mar 1 1800 ON WATCHES, diamonds. Jewelry, etc.. furniture, pianos, houses, chattels, In sums of $5 up. Business confidential. Akron Se curity and Loan Co., No. 193 South Howard st. First window north of Allen's drug store. Telephone No. 21t MONEY TO LOAN From $5.00 and up ward on household goods or any chattle se curity and allow the goods to remain in your possession. Can repay us In monthly Installments. Room 14, Arcade block. Of fice hours. 8:30 to 11:30 a. m., 1:30 to 5 p. in. L. C. MILLER & IVY MILLER. 309-S21tf Phone 289 for Good Ice Cream. We have a FRENCH CANDY MAKER & MAKER OF ICE CREAM And our cream is second to none. New quarters, everything new. See our California Cherries. IM. Laskaris Co. 162 S. Howard 3-fc. MONEY TO LOAN-On Jewelry, furniture, pianos, horses, wagons, real estate. Insur ance policies; payable weekly or monthly Fayments; business confidential; evenings to 8. H. G. Miller, 47 Central office bldg. FOR RENT. FOR RENT One large furnished room at 105 Ladd st. 37-12 WANTED. WANTED Boys at Akron District Tele- y t-OR... C The Purest and Finest BEER Imported PSCHORR BRAU . . (Maenchen) always on draught. C OAL.L. AT THE ATLANTIC GARDEN J Cor. MIn and E. Market Sts. J? DETTLING BROS., Props. &&&? Beer 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, Mgr. graph Co. 27 tf WANTED Experienced laundry woman. Enquire 405 E. Exchange st. WANTED A girl at Akron Steam Laun dry, cor. College and Market st. 39-41 WANTED Twelve machinists. Tho Sterling Co., Barberton, O. Apply at 40-45 WANTED Experienced binder twine bailers. Morton Wollman, Knnsas City, Mo. 33-43 WANTED Salesmen to handle builders and hardware supplies; metallc'and as phaltum paints and other salable articles. Address American Supply Co., SWO-S80 Second av.. Pittsburg, Pa. WANTED A gentleman of education nnd character, as -district agent for Provident Life & Trust Co. Position should pay $1,500 n year. Address with references, S. S. Saf told. gen. agt., 7U7 Gnrfleld Bldg, Cleveland, Ohio. 37-42 LOST A pocketbook containing over $5, in G.A.R. hnll, Monday, Junes. Please re turn to E. I' Sauraln, 610 S. Main st. and re ceive reward. 40-42 WANTED TO LOAN $1,000 to $3,000 at 6 per cent for term of years if security is gilt edge. Inquire at once. Hale & Everett block. Coa-fces Tel. 1523 FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. FOR HALE A good building lot on Brown av. Will be sold cheap if bought at once. Address I.G., care Democrat. 138 A Beautiful Home For rent cheap to the right party. Money to loan at 6 per cent. P. P. Bock & Co., 209 S.Howard ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. STEPHEN C. MILLER, Attorney-at-law. Prompt attention given to collections. Fal imer block, 168 South Main St., Akron, Ohio. Tel. 615. JEWELER. FOR REPAIRING See George Hanellne. Watches, Clocks, all kinds of Jewelry, 133 South Main St., under red watch sign. 222tf W. F. COLEMAN Justice of the Peace and Notary, aoSWooster avenue. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE. Homes on monthly payments, straight 7 percent Interest. I have homes ranging from (550 to (8,000. Can beat all competitors. Telephone 583. AWAA.'WAywWrWWHfcH. 9 i t-e-tt g3ROS. S-fcoam Laundry 5 New machinery, new location. J We guarantee our work. Hitrh I gloss or domestic finish. $ Nor. l:2-137 North Howard st. j MASSILLON COAL CO. We have a large amount of money to loan on good real estate security. Low rate of Interest. Terms most reasonable. 149 S. Howard st, Phones 582 and 593 FOR The grocery building and house in rear on the n.e. cor. lot Mill and High sts., are for sale and mnst be sold at once. Apply at Nelan E3ros. ftllTOLI In amounts to suit individual on real estate security. S Per Cont. Interest Wall & Hollinger 226 South Main St., Akron, 0. Phone 2 35 A cordial Invitation is extended to all to CAIJJ AT For MEALS or WET GOODS. Full line of Domestic and Im ported goods. TONY WAIiDVOGEL, Proprietor. 709 S. IVIj air s-fc- Telephone 1511. Erie Excursions, One Fare Round Trip. 01d Point Com fort, June 10, returning June 16; St. Louis, Mo.. June 19 and 20, returning June 25; Toledo, O., June 7 and 8, returning June 13; Buffalo, N. Y., June 12 and 13, returning June 17; Indianapolis, July 19, 20 and 31, re turning July 24; Cincinnati, June 27, 28,29 and 30, returning July 6; Los Angelis and return, $72.60, Erie K.R. June 24 to July 7 inclusive. Good until Sept. 5. This account National Educational Association. See Agt. Langdon for particulars. $1.10 to Youngstown and return, G. A. R. $1.10, via Erie R. R., June 19, 20 and 21, good until June 24. Account, G. A. R. encampment and B. P. O. E. carnival and street fair. Take the. Erie. The shortest, best and quick est. $1.50 to Wheeling and Return, Via. C, T. & V. R. R., Sunday, June 11th. Special train leaves Howard st. 8:00 a. m.; East Akron 8:10 a. hi. Legal Mice. Notice is hereby given that the under signed has been duly appointed nnd quali fied by the Court of Common Pleas of Sum mit county, Ohio, as a receiver In the matter of the dissolution of The Kleanit company. Creditors nre required to present their claims according to law. And any person holding any open or subsisting contract of said company shall present the same in writing nnd in detail, to the undersigned at theofneo of the Central Savings bank In Akron, Ohio, on or before June 15, A.I). WW. .1. It. N'UTT, Receiver. May 21 31 June 7 WANTED Case of bad health thrt R-I-r-A-N-S will not benefit. Bend 5 cents to Rlpans Chemical Co., New York for 10 samples and 1,000 testimonial!. Stockholders'' Meeting. NOTICE A meeting of the stockholder of the Akron Traction fc Electric company Is hereby called for Wednesday, JulvS, 1S9U, at 1:30 o'clock p.m. at the office of the com pany on Howard street, Akron. Ohio. The objects of the meeting are to take Into con sideration the adoption or rejection of the agreement of consolidation heretofore en tered into by and between the Akron Trac tion & Electric company and the Akron, Bedford & Cleveland K:illroml cnmpnnv un der dato of May 21, lblio, to appoint n'tlme and place for tho election of the directors and other officers of the Consolidated coin- Cany, and such other business as may come eforc tho meeting. CHARLES K. MOOKE, Becrctnrv. Akron, O., May 29, 1899. May 29-3)t Georgia Anderson, 418 Park St., Latin: Katherine Angne, 209 Brown St., English; Lula Bauer, 116 Frank lin st., Latin; John Berk, 211 North Maple St., German; Elizabeth Be- lan, 948 E. Market St., Latin ; Homer Campbell, 716 E. Exchange St., Lat in; Minnie Carlton, 806 E. Exchange St., English; Olive DeLano, 308 Washington st., English: Jessie Durban, Stow, Ohio, Latin; Pearl Ellinwood, 155 N. Broadway, Latin; Elmer Gordon, 155 Benjamin st., English ; Hattie Hammel, 5S7 West Market st., Latin; Gertrude Holder baum, 704 Sumner St., Latin; Louise Horix, 300 Valley st., Latin; Grace McNeil, 142 N. Forge st., Latin; Lawrence Mihills, 133 Brown st., Latin; Elizabeth Roberts, East Ak ron, English; Anna Ross, 504 South High st., Latin; Ernest Schick, 606 Water st., English; "Pearl Shirey, 283 W. Market St., Latin; Bessie Sisler, 233 S. Union st., English; George Thomas, 1106 S .Main st., Lat in; Mollie Wachner, 992 E. Ex change st., English; Benjamin Swihehart, 727 E. Exchange st., English. Enumeration. Clerk Fred Shirer reported the total school enumeration to be 10.226, a gain over 1898 of 211. Contracts Signed. President Inman stated that 98 contracts sent the teachers had been signed and returned. Dr. Reed thereupon made a motion to rescind the former action of the board to re consider the employment of teachers. Prof. Glove;' Salary Restored. Dr. Reed then said that Prof. N. L. Glover's salary had been cut from $1,600 to $1,200. This he said had been the action of the Teachers and Salaries committee. He said it had been the feeling of that committee for a number of years .that lirof. Glover received more money for the amount of work he did than anv other man connected with tho Akron schools, but that the Teachers and Salaries committee had not seen it fit in the past to reduce the salary. He closed his remarks by stating that it was the request of the com mittee that Prof. Glover's salary bo restored. New Teachers. smrare i rnrmi zMf zi i wim The Link that Binds. Jb. 2EI Jackson, Ten?.-., Nov. 23. I was subject to miscarriage for three years, and suffered constantly with backache. I wrote to you for advice, and after using three bottles of Wine of Cardui, according to your directions, I am strong and well, and the mother of a fine girl baby. Mrs. E. N. TOWERS. -gUREE'4 5 fCara-" ie There is no use talking a baby in tht house is the link that binds husband and wife together. Nothing is sadder than fruitless wedlock. The prattling and cooing of the little one offsets a thousand times the occasional worries and trials of life. When a wife is barren, there is a derangement somewhere in the genital organs, caused by one or more of those common disor ders known as "female troubles". Wine of Cardui b the rem edy. It puts the organs of generation in a strong and healthy condition, fitting the wife for the sacred duty of reproducing her kind. During the period of gestation the entire system of the expectant mother is built up to withstand the ordeal of labor. and when the little one makes LADIES' ADVISORY DEPARTMENT. Kor advice in cases re-niriDg spe cial directlunB, address, 7in symp toms, Ladlcf Advisory .stpartmmt, Tbe Cbattanooca ltj edicine Co. Cnattanooga, Term. its advent it is lusty and strong, well-fitted to grow to maturity in perfect health. The mother, too, passes throuch the trial with little pain and no dread. Wine of Cardui is truly a wonderful medi cine for women. Large Bottles for $1.00 at Druggists. IhUf&'.V x&i&JL siommiK9xnsi Carrie McMillen..., 600 Kent School. I LeeR. Knight $1,200 Margaret Parker 500 Eliza S. Rowles ... . 600 Amanda Bibb 600 Pearl Nunamaker 350 Esther Slabaugh ." 450 Grace I,. Flower 400 KdnaSteenburgh 550 Harriet Hainpson 450 I Myrta G. Stocker .500-550 . Bessie V. Crawford -. 450 Mary E. Myers ... 500 Neva G. Schumaii 5H. John Taylor ... 600 Henry School. .Frances Brown $ 1,000 Charlotte Tennant ... 550 Frederica Crispin 525-550 E.May Tennant 550 EloiseBell 600 Lulu Phelps. . .. .... 450 Nellie Semler 475 Olive S. Taylor 525 Mabel Brookman . 550 Gertrude Clark 525-550 Adelaide McCague ., 500-525 Bryan School. M. Elma Campbell $ . 800 Minnie Dussel 500 MyrtleLeib 500 Nettie McElhinney . 500 Mary Wesener 350 THE MARKETS. Wash once with Fels-Xaptruf soap : 5c If you don't con sider it worth $i a week, your grocer returns your money. FcIs & Co, makers, Philadelphia. ii stub mm. Arbitration Board Acted In the Findlay Trouble. THi: 31 KN HACK AT W0KK TODAY. New teachers presented for elec tion were Miss Eva Nash, $450; Miss Rowe, $500; Mrs Frances Sproul, $600; G. W. Harman, commercial de partment in High school, $1,200; Mrs. Grace Whitman, $550. Mr. Harmau and Mrs. Whitnlan were not elected. The Board will first consider the applications. Col. Gibbon's Remarks. Col. Gibbon's had a little tilt with Prof. Thomas in reference to the em ploying of Miss Cochrane to teach reading in the .High school and also do special teaching in reading in the ward schools. He said he thought it reflected ou the teachers in the ward schools, putting them in the light that they were not competent to teach. Explanation Demanded. Mr. Otis demanded an explanation for cutting the salary of Miss Olive S. Taylor, a Henry school teacher, $25, when nine of the others' salaries were increased. Dr. Reed, of the teachers and salaries committee, said that since she had signed her con tract, the committee deemed it proper to let it go as it was. Mr. Kelley spoke in favor of putting the salary back. It was finally restored -to $525. Misses Baird and Thomas. Mr. Kelley introduced a resolution which called for the reinstatement of Miss Mary Baird and Miss Anna Thomas as High school teachers at salaries of $700 each. This was the foundation for arguments which lasted nearly an hour. Dr. Reed said the rules distinctly suited that all teachers must be rec ommended by the superintendent and L teachers and salaries committee. Col. Gibbons made a motion that Superintendent Thomas reoommend the election of Misses Baird and Thomas. Mr. Inman stated that this method conflicted with the rules. Prof. Thomas' Explains. Prof. Thomas said the list of teach ers he recommended for election on May 9, contained the names of Misses Baird and Thomas. He was instructed to revise the list. The re vision resulted in the omission of these names. He failed to state the cause of these teachers being left off the list, but said he was ready to have them re-elected. Will Be Employed. The question then arose, whether or not they could be used. Prof. Eisenhard's place is vacant, but it will require a special teacher to do his work. After considerable discus sion the re-employing of these teach ers was referred back to the commit tee. The Board seems to he unani mously in favor of electing the teachers, if a place can possibly be arranged for them. Prof. Thomas did not say a place could be fixed, however. The Revised List. The revised list of teachers, em- Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment will cure Blind. Iileedui'' and Itchine Luyf ties, ib iioaurLi luu luuiurs. allays the iteliiug at onre, acts .12 a ooultice. ciM instant rn. lie!. Dr. Wiliiams'InrtmnPile Oint ment is nrepared for Piloi and Itch. ing of tho private parts. Hvcrj' bos is warranted, uy aniERits, tiv rami on re ceipt of price. 50 cents and Sl.otl. WILLIAMS MANUFACTURING CD.. Prop-.. Cleveland. Ohir. mm PENNYROYAL PILLS They overcome Weakneea. irrcgu larity and omission ,iucrea?e iror and banish " pains of menstrua tion." Tnoy aie JLtre Silvers" to cirls at womanhood, aldinir ie- velopmcntof ortransund body. to . known remedy for women eqnalp .; tnem. tjannot no narm-iim " y.pomes a nleanre. 1S1 iter box S. lv mnf I. Sold by drujralatft CUMus"unfl,u. 210 W. ployed Tuesday evening on the rec ommendation of the Teachers and Salaries committee, is as follows. Where there are two sums given the first is last years' salary and the last is that recommended for this year. It will be notice'd that Prof. Glover's salary was placed at the old figure again and that Mrs. Frances Sproul is reemployed. Supervisors. Is. L. Glover 1,000 J. F. Barnhart .' 1,100 Grace C. Sylla 0X Mrs. Ida Haushalter r50 BthelM. Foster.- 00-i50 Mrs. F. D. Sproul COO Eva Nash 460 Mrs.JRowe 5K1 High School. E.H, Birney $ 1,5j0 Antoinette Beard 650-700 Ella M. Osgood 850 A. M. Dyer 1,000 Elizabeth Thompson 5)00 S. Emerson Findley 1,0W) Isabel Baird Geo.'B. Eisehhard Ada Stutzman, Harold B. Beed Julia Cochrane Susie C Cole A. H. .Mabley Margare't McCalt Bowcn School. Agnes E. Criswold $ 700 Lucile Petley 450-500 Maude E. Flower .- 400-425 Margaret Davies 425-450 Catherine Stewart 500 Abbie Moatz 500 Carrie Farnam 500-000 Crosby School. Sarah P. Bennett 1,000 600 500 500 350 500 500 500 .500-525 .Iriimu'c of Wjirch Granted KmiiIocs of Mono Cnlii!!;? Work An Agreement Ke.ifhed lo liy 1'or Work Under Dif ferent Ari:itiKtiMuiit. 000 1,000 700 750 750 800 900 550 Blfz&sS iBi MOTT CHEMICAL For snle by J. C. Day & o Market st $1 Columbus AND RETURN Via C, A. & 0. It. 11. Sunday, June Train leaves Akron Union Pepofc 8:30 a.m., Kc turning leaves Columbus 7 p. m. and 12 :35 midnight. llth. For n SUJMJMER CRUISE take tho COAST LINE to MACKINAC Tho Greatest Perfection yet attained In Boat Con struction: Luxurious . . Equipment, Artistic Fur nishing, Decoration and Efficient Service. To Detroit, Mackinac, Georgian Bay, Petoskey, Chicago No ether Line offert m Puotm of 150 mfles of tqml variety and Interest. Foar Trlpi per ITeek Between NEW STEEL PASSENGER STEAMERS. SPEED, COMFORT nd SAFETY. 1 s31P Rr V V Toledo, Detroit and Mackinac PET0SKET, "TID! BOO." HiBQUETTZ HO DCLUTH. L01T RATZS U Flrtoretqae aTaeklnM aad rtrtara, iBeladtag Beale aad Oertat. Ipproit mite Ceat frem tleretaad. fl9.S0t Irani Toledo, $IS.i from Detroit, tlS.1t. Send 2c for niuatrated Pamphlet. Address, A. A. 8CHANTZ, O. p. A.. DETROIT, MICH Ijr and Klrht Bert Ire rtetween DETROIT AND CLEVELAND Far, $1.50 Xrh Dlrrcllnn. Trth., 3&c, L. SU(rroom, S1.7S. Connections are made nt Cleveland with Earliest Trains for all point Eait, South and Southwest, and at Detroit for all points North and Nr,rtbBt. Snaday Trip Jnat, Jnlj, iutrutt, fleptemlfcr ana October Onlj. . Deirolt ona Gfeveiana Navigation Gompaoi E?ery Dtr and tight Belxeen Cleveland, Put-in -Bay and Toledo. Mnlana Harris EttaL. Treash Mattie L. Hininan . Clara Vandersall. . . Georgia 'Evans. . . Jessie D. Freeman. Anna M. Tate Mary E. Cryder ... Kate B. Caswall 500-525 Sadie C.Mitchell 550 Hattie M. Jones .- 550 Mary V.Alexander 000 Grace School. Mary P. Lillie $700-fc!00 Jessie B. Waltz (W0 NoraYoutz 100 Sarah Thomas . 450 DeEtta Fisher. . . .' 500 Harrie A. Noyland 450 May tfe Robinson 500 Ella Herberich 500 Maude Winship 450-500 Normal School Elizabeth E. Perry .f InaBlodgett (sub. to assign) . Elizabeth Dwyer F.Grace Stevens(sub. to assign Ella Rogers... Catherine Walter Howe School. F. L. Brown Stella Hangood 525-550 Harriet Brown 500 Laura B. Lane 400 Mary Overholt 150-500 Charlotte Steckhan 400 Louise Haynes 500 Fannie Cook 500 Rda McElhinney 500 Hannah AVatt 500 Blanche Butler 550-600 Flora Freker .' . 500-550 L. D. Slusser GOO Allen -School. Fi.i lay, June V-The strike at the Findlay Stoue Crushing works was set tled at a conference, under the auspices of the t?tato arbitration board. An ad vance of wages was granted and an agreement was made looking to the future establishment of a plan under which quarrying will be paid for by the carload when the quarries have been sufficiently opened. Tho men resumed work this morning. lt.illro.idri Consolidated. Toi,kih. June 7. The consolidation of the Toledo and Ottawa Beach and tho Detroit and Toledo Shore Line rail roads was officially announced. There is no change of management. C. N. Haskell, the projector, stilted that there Wds, nothing out of the usual in the consolidation and that the raid would be pushtd through to completion this summer. PrrrMUTin, Jane 8. WHEAT Xo. I. filMb. test. 773c; No. 2 mi. TtHaTIc CORN Xo. 2 yi-llow- shelled. 7(tJ8c: high mixed do. 3Gyi37r- mixed. SiSSc: ear No. 2 jellow, aTajri-: Inch mixed, st(S37c; mixed, 35VS5--, low mixed. 3.tp.fol.c OATS-No. white. ;tJ;j(5J3c: 'o. i white. 3i'-(si:c; extra No. 3 white, 3131Jic; No. 3 regular. SXaSl'je. " HAY No. 1 timothy. $11 J0.sll.75: No. 2 cio, JllUOijll.OO; No. 3 do. J8.ttXs9.00; No. 1 cover. mixed. 10.0 (311.(0; No. I clover, J9J!5J;0.50: No. I pralrw, $9 50(isl0.00; No. 2 praire, fSUiaOo). N. 3 prairie, J9.0.KS9.50: No. 4 rjraine. 7.iH) 57.50; packing hay, ?9.5010.00; No. 1 timotlivf rom country waKon.?11.5IXS12.l)i. POULTRY Live Large chickens. tiotgTOc per pair; small, ;U3tx)c: duck-. oOfgfiOc per pair, turkey, IftSlD'.cperDound; geese, $1.U0 (51.15 ,vf pair. Dressed Chickens, 13usl5c per pound: dncks. 1315c; turkeys, l4I5c; gee 7itSc. EUTTER Elgin prints. 21c: extra cream ery, 19)5(iUc: Ohio fancy creamery, lG17c; country roll, KWlJc; low grade and cooking, 89c CHEESE Full cream. Ohio, new, 859c; three-quarters. 8Sc- New York state, lull cream, new, Uff'Jjc; Wisconsin. 13!4SUc:20 noundhrick, Swiss, 1313Jc: limburger, new. 8',(cj9c. EGGi Strictly fresh Pennsylvania and Ohio, in caes, U15c Pittsburg, June 6. CATTLE Receipts on Monday fair: about IU cars on sale: market steady on best grade while common grades slow; prices unchanged; supply to-day was light: market steady. We quote: Extra, f 5-o0(5o.G0 ; prime, $5.45(5 5 50: good, ?5.253:40.- tidy 4.005.15: fair, J itt (S-J.80; common. $3.50(34.25 ; heifers. $3.25(84.75: oxen, J2.:0fl4.15: bulls and stags. $2.50S;4.25: common to good fat cows, $i.25.(X); good fr..h rows. $I5.00W-55.U0. fair, $25.uOg40.CC: bo logna cois. ?10.0i(?20..i. HOGS Receipts on Monday were light; mar ket active and higher; supply to-day is very light; pncesshidestronger. We quote :Aj sorted medium-, $4.054.10; heavy hogs, $4.UXs 4.05; bet Yorkers. $4 WS4J)5: light Yorkers. 3.U.7JT40J; pigs. $i.9JI.U5; good roughs JJ.2.VS 3.50: s:ag and piggy sows, $2,50&j.U). SHEEP AND LAMBS Supply on Monday fair 21 cars on sale: market slow on sheep, lower on yearlings: receipts to-day 5 loads: market slow: prices shade lower. Choice wethers. $4 &KS4.55; good wethers. $4.oOC4.40: fair mixed. ?.t80(4.15: common, $i5J30: choice yearlings, $5.25 $5.40; common to good. $0.505.1: spring lambs. fi.UXg-S.S0; -veal calves, $7.0XS7."i0: heavy and thin, $4.005.0J. The Cure thai Oures Qoughss Golds, Grippe, Whooping; Cough, Asthma, Bronchitis fnd Incipient Consumption, Is Ttvs CfERMAH REMEDY" ClTMtttttY'TA Vmn Aicncnc . C Jl - "m j i a --z.-.- k0OHiuua umuss. aci&Utls SHAW'S PURE MALT, always reliable, strictly pure, safe for medi? cinal as well as for social uses. Sold by TO. WASHER, 144 South Howard st., Akron, O. Cincikxati, June 6. HOGS Market active and strong at $3.30 3.90. CATTLE -Market steady at Sl00(s5.15. SHEEP AND LAMBS Market for sheep steady at $i25cnJ4.25. Lambs Market steady at $5.25fa7.U0. New York, June 0. WHEAT Spot market dull: No. 2 red, 82JsC spot and to arrive f. o. b. afloat and 80c in elevator; No. 1 northern Dnluth, 82J4SiiJc f. o. b. alioat to arrive; No. 1 northern Dnlnth, fiiJie f. o. b. nfluat spot. 1 j? Jrafn The Easy Food Easy to Buy, Easy to Cook, Easy to Eat, Easy to Digest. Quaker Oats At all grocer? lb. pkgs. in 2- 1,100 GOO 500 600 roo 500 1,0,'A) flfiEiini HARRY A. HAWN, Manager. Week Commencing Monday Mat inee, June o. DUFFY, SAWTELLE & DUFFY The great comedy trio LOUIS M. GRANAT The world's greatest whistler MAY WENTWORTH New York's great singing and monologue artist EDDIE HORAN Late of Wm. West's Minstrels HADLEY & HART Musical wonders 2 Performances Daily 2 Afternoon 2.30 Evening 8.30 ISc Car Fare, Round Trip Car fare, :.dmission to grounds and v free seat in theater. Buy Tickets of Conductors LOCAL MARKETS. WHEAT 70 CENTS. Retail Prices. June 7, 8 p.m. Butter, creamery 20c, country 15c, cooking 10c lard 10c ; eggs 20c ; chickens, 15c per lb. dressed Corn, car 23c to 25c per bushel. shelled 45c: oats 33c to 37c; hav GOc to 70c a hundred; straw 30c to 40c a hundred. Potatoes 60o per bushel. Lettuce 10c per pound. New onionB, three bunches for 5c. Asparagus 8c a bunch. Radishes, two bunches for 5c, Strawberries, 4)4 to 10c qt. Cucumbers, 7c piece. Spinach 25c a peck. Pie Plant, 2 bunches for 5c. Wax Beans 25c a measure. Tomatoes, 20c per lb. New beets, 6c. Summer squash, 10c to 15c a piece. New potatoes, 18c a measure. 'eas, iic a measure. Wholesale Prices. Wheat 74c; oats 30c to 33c; corn, ear, 20c; corn, shelled, 40c; hay, $10. to $11; rye, 58c. Butter, creamery, 17c; country 10 to 12c; lard, Gjc; eggs, 13 to 14c; chickens, live 9c, dressed lie. Navy beans, $1.34, $1.40; marrowfat beans $1.50, $1.65. Potatoes, 30 to 35c .1 bushel. Cured hides, No. 1, 8 No. 2, 8c, trreen.No. 1. 7l2o.. No. 2 Ur. enrpd calf skins, No."l, 10Jc, No. 2, 9c;' green, jso. 1, ac; jno. 2, Sc; tallow, JNo. 1, 4c; sheep pelts, lamb skins, 90c. Pork, dressed, 43c, live $3.75 to $4.00; beef, dressed, 7c to 8)40, live 4c to 5c; mutton, live. 4Jc to 5c; aresseu, uc to 10c; lamb, ciressea, lie live, 5 to h ; spring lamb, 14 to 15c ; pork, loins, 8c ; veal, live 5)c to 0 dressed, -9 jc. Sugar-cured ham, 8c to OJfe; shoulder, 5c; Calif onria ham, 5c to 6c ; bacon, 7J(c to Sc ; dried beef, lie to 15)c; lard, simon pure, 6c in tub; 6c in tierces; country kettle 6c; pure lard, 6c. Canned Salmon I n Canned Fish i desirable Sardines I Canned Beef arfclcles Baked Beans f for Salad Dressing 1 Catsups I Picnic Olives Lunches GROCI 2X N.Howard st. Tel. 4f8 Scientific Shoeing, The Best of Help, Kind Treatment, A Cool Shop, AT. Prof. Rich's, Phono 832. 411 South Main St. Try Allen's Foot-Ease, A powder to be shaken into the shoes. At ! this season your feet feci swollen, nervous! and hot, nnd get tired ensily. If you have I smarting feet or tight shoes, try Allen's I Foot-Ense. It cools the feet nnd makes walking easy. Cures swollen aad sweating : feet, blisters nnd callous spots. Relieves ' corns and bunions of nil pnlnnnd gives rest nnd comfort. Try it today. Sold by nil ' druggists nnd shoe stores for 2oc. Trial Enckage FREE. Auaress.AllenS.Olmstend ,e Roy, N".Y. 2 Sid Moray's orchestra plays for Dancing afternoon and evening at the Gorge. tf tail lie I We have moved our jg Meat Market -TO- 161. 139 We invite all our former patrons and solicit new cus tomers to call at our new location where we are pre pared to serve you with the best of meats. Edleopold Cor. Mill and Howard st. Telephone 139. S. W. Krull Gertrude Tibbnls Laura E. Waltz ...' Nellio Fayerweather Clarissa Neal , Bell Brannan DeEsta Cook Ella McBurney Anna L. Stein Catherine Graham .. .. Ida Ij. Drake Jennie Froiuid . . Nettie Gladwin Evelyn Cook (Conil.). . Lcggctt School. Elizabeth Camp .... E. May Farwel f Marilla K. Spicer Estelle Schubert R. Bertha Steckhan . Spicer School. Stella 1). San ford Margaret Macreariy Carrie Cowden Amy B. Home Hattie VnnOinimi Frances Hennessev . Elizabeth Brodt. . . Gertrude Etz Ethel Bratton MaryK. NeiT Augusta Wildes Orni'.n X.. firnvnr I Lillian Randolph .$ 1,000 f.00 000 500-550 4C0 475 400 400 500 500 500 (500 450 350 $ S00 150 500 .'.Oil 5H0 f 6U0 000-050 COO 525 450 150 450 175-5W 500-550 175-500 .500-525 500 550 Many Important Improvements of Direct Practical Value to the Rider Are Contained in Hartford and Vedette ( Bicycles Ss No new model of any of our machines is over adopted until it has been ridden thousands of miles on the road by expert riders -employed for the purpose. COLUMBIA BEVEL-GEAR CHAINLESS Easiest running, most durable, safest, cleanest. World's record of 1250 consecutive daily cen turies. Nothing to entangle or soil the clothing. Price $75. HARTFORDS Tho now Hartfords, Pattern!) I!) and 20, have improved design, now crank construction, ntisli joints and internal expanders. Price $35. COLUMBIA CHAIN MODELS Embody tho results of 22 years' experience in the application 6f the best methods of cycle building. Price $50. VEDETTES Vedettes are trim, woll built, serviceable bicy cles especially desirable for tho.-e who want first wear f moderate cost. Price (men's) $25; (ladies) $26. Our artistic catalogue fully describes and illustrates these machines. Bicycle EJEr-g:'r-:s: V have a low Coliiinbias, Model IS (ladies',) $42.50; Models 15 and IS), (men's) $40. Hartfords, Pattern 7 (men's,) $30; Pattern S, (ladies') $31. F0E; IVIF-O. COIVIFaAWY, Hartford, Conn. The Standard Hardware Co. Columbia Dealers, Akron, Ohio.