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' rngr-gjBHjAg FOR SALE. 1 1FOB SALE Five pool tables. Euquire of EdSheehy, 119. S. Howard. " 41-4 FOK SALE Good family horse and bncgy. Enquire Geo. Brodt, 813 E. Market st. l"-" FOB SALE OB TBADE So. 115 Kllng t.. S rooms, furnace, etc. Tel. sis. call on G. W. Grldley. S Central building. a For sale Property on Dayton St., l,10p.; good 7 room house, furnace and barn, only tlOO; line lot on jNorcn iowara si. at sacraflce; No. 115 Crouse st., 6 room house, well and cistern, fine lot, $1,900. on lone time. East Thornton St., near Main and Furnace, only $1,700. Properties in 1J parts of the eity at Brent barpalns. Call and fee them. Monev to loan Tel. 511. (j. Grldley, 43 Central building. BUILDING STONE FOB SALE. Chlce building stone by car load: also brown stone from Warwick quarries. Orders Oiled on short notice. C. II. Jones, 317 South Main st. IF YOU WANT a flrst-class driving horse, finely mated coach or carriage team, call at Btelner's sales barn, 1350 8. Main st. Noth ing but flrst-class horses kept in stock. Tel. IJM. N. B. Steiner, Prop. Johny Martin fc Brother, Managers JunlS FOB SALE 7 choice lots, Miller ave., price $200 to C0; 32 lots in Hnynes allot ment Just off of S. Main St.; prices way down. J.I. Bachtel, Insurance and loans, 188 S. Howaad st. FOR 240 LOTS, SUITABLE FOR RESIDENCE OR GARDENING PURPOSES, ON STREET RAILWAY, NEAR SALT WORKS. EASY TERMS,'FROM$50TO$100,ALOT. SIZE soxnr. CALL ON OR address Ooo. Bread, M. O'NEIL & CO., THIRD FLOOR. We"have a $7,500 home, first-class in every particular to sell at the extreme low figure of $5,000. You can buy It on terms to suit. If you have any money and want a bargain, see this place. Money to loan on terms to suit borrow. P. P. BOCK & CO.. . Tel. 398. K S. Howard St. MONEY TO LOAN. TO LOAN-200. $300, 400, $500 and $1,000. J. I. Bachtel, 183 8. Howard. .SHtf $7,000 to loan Wx. Real estate security. H. O. FEEDEELE. MONEY TO LOAN Graham & Biium. in surance. Booms a, 27, 28, Central Office block. Thone S7!. 4S $1 to $100 on diamonds, watches, house hold goods, planos.'horses, etc. No delay. Terms lowest. Business strictly private. F. H. Caley, room 56, Central office building. Tel. 26.- mar 1 1900 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. Boom 14, Arcade block. Of fice hours, 8:30 to 11:39 a. m.. 1:30 to 5 p. m. L. C. MILLER& IVY MILLER. 309-321tf MONEY TO LOAN On Jewelry, furniture, pianos, horses, wagons, real estate, insur ance policies; payable weekly or monthly Favments; business confidential; evenings to 8. H. Q. Miller. 47 Central office bldg. WANTED. WANTED Boys at Akron District Tele graph Co. 27 tf WANTED Experienced laundry woman. Knqulre 405 K. Exchange t.t. WANTED Ten good plalc moulders. The Stirling Co., Barberton, O. 415-61 WANTED Salesmen to handle builders and hardware supplies; metallc nnd as phaltum paints and other salable articles. Address American Supply Co., 000-980 Second av Pittsburg, Pa. WANTED By a good reliable man, the care of lawn, can devote mornings and even ings'to this work. Address W. C. Dn care Democrat, for further particulars. 46-48 FOUND A bay mare, 10 to 12 years of age, weighing 1000, marked on shoulder, came to J. C. Price, 204 Carroll st. Tuesday night. Owner can have same by calling and paying for this advertisement and feed. 47tf FOREMAN AV ANTED For our new forg ing works now building at Tarentum, Pa. 22 mites from Pittsburg. A young man of ability will find this an opportunity for ad vancement. Also a few more hammermen may be needed. All correspondence confi dential. Address Jas. H. Baker Mfg. Co., Ferguson block, Pittsburg, Pa. 21 e o d WANTED TO LOAN 1 $1,000 to 13,000 at 6 per cent for term of years if security is gilt edge. Inquire at once. Halo &. Coates Everett block. Tel. 1623 FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. FOB SALE A good building lot on Brown av. Will be sold cheap if bought'at once. Address I.G., care Democrat. 1S3 ATT0RNE1T-AT-LAW. STEPHEN C. MILLER, Attorney-at-law. Prompt attention given to collections. Pal mer block, 168 South Main St., Akron, Ohio. Tel. 615. JEWELER. FOB BEPA1BING See George Haneline. Watches, Clocks, all kinds of Jewelry, 133 South Main st.. under red watch sign. 222tf W. F. COLEMAN Justice of the Peace and Notary, 205 Wooster avenue. BEALESTATE AND INSUBANOE. Homes on monthlv DaVments. straleht 7 percent interest. I have homes ranging1 irom ixu to o,uuu. uan Deal an competitors, Telephone 683. MASSILLON COAL CO. We have a large amount of money to loan on good real eatat security .i Low rate of Interest. Terms most reasonable. 149 S.- Howard st, Phnnss 582 and 593 F"OR The grocery building and 'house in rear on the n.e. cor. lot Mill and High ets.,are for sale and must be'sold at once. Apply at Nelan Qros. J. E. PETERSON CfiMt, li, sen npe TeL 124. 128 North Main st. AiWkVAv STROBEL BRO Steam Laundry New machinery, new location. We gunrantee our work. High gloss or domestic finish. fhon 1438 - .T. -" "v"uuniuuov. t VWl'VVWWWWW' SAXON TONIC AND NERVINE Drives away aches, pains, weakness and ailments that make women's lives miserable. The Saxon Tonic and Nervine is a Eoyal invigorating tonic, a soothing and strengthening nervine, a perfectly legitimate medi cine, purelv vegetable, nanniess, compounded and carefully adapted to women's needs. It will not dis appoint or harm. In all cases of nervous exhaustion, inabilHy- to sleep, nervous prostration, all harsh medicines for bringing about men struation are dangerous and do the system great injury. The Saxon Tonic ana Nervine is the best, safest and most natural way which is regu lating and strengthening the whole system. Tnis meaicine is not a cure all chronic diseases of the sexual system of women. Saxon Medicine Co, room 9 Guth block, Akron, O. ws HARRY A. HAW, Manager. Week commencing Monday Matinee June 12. The Columbian. Four JACK NORWORTH L0UIS1KERLIN HALiiSTEPHENS POWERS & THEOBALD A cordial invitation is extended to all to CALL AT "Tffe Cottage SJ For MEALS or WET GOODS. Full line of Domestic and Im ported goods. TONY WALDVOGEL, Proprietor. 70S S. IVIaln s-fc. Telephone 1511 ADVANCE TOR HUMANITY. Application of Genera Convention to Xa- vl Warfare- Kecoiniuumlecl to Peace Conference Arbltr.ion. The Hague, June 14. The Red Cross sub-committee of the peace conference reported in favor of applying the Gen eva convention to naval warfare. This is regarded as a highly important ad vance. In view of the statement published in the United States that Mr. Frederick Holls ot the American delegation to the peace conference had cabled to the state department at Washington that Ger many was opposed to .arbitration in principle, a correspondent called upon Mr. Holls, who declared there was ab solutely no foundation for such a state ment. "There is no doubt," said Mr. Holls, "that the Germans, in this respect re sembling the French and some other European nations, aro not as enthnsi ast.o in support of the arbitration prin ciple as are others, which should take the lead in the matter; but the German delegates are co-operating loyally in framing the arbitration schedule and nothing has occurred which would jus tify the publication of any statement as to German hostility to arbitration. "There is another story which is quito as false and which, in the United States, maybe even more mischievious. I mean the absurd story that we have aban doned the American plan for a perman ent arbitration .board. The American plan for a permanent tribunal, which "has been correctly set forth in tho American papers, has been referred, with other similar plans, to the drafting committee. This commit tee will report to the full commission on arbitration the exact text of the American proposals as submitted, and also the exact text of all other proposals submitted, as tho drafting committee shall provisionally recommend. "The commission on arbitration and afterward the conference will then finally pass on the various projects. The fact that in the drafting committee the English proposals have been used as the basis of discussion does not indi cate in 'the least the abandonment of. any other plans. It is not expected that the drafting committee will be ready to report to the commission on arbitration for a week or ten days; and all state ments regarding its work or attitude are mere surmise." Wright's First Wife Dead. PrrrsBrjKci, June 14. Joseph Stadt feld, the attorney for the estato of the late William -J. Wright, who, -it is al leged;' left two wives; in speaking of the case, said in part: "I consider the rumored and published reports about Mr. Wright entirely false. I do not be lieve tnat he ever had two wives living. Mr. Wright told mo wheu he drew up his will before leaving for Europe last summerthat his nrebent wife was tho second one, that "he lived in Chicago with his first wife, and that she had been dead iur a long time. He said he had. one daughter, which was the one mentioned m the will." Canning Season Is in full swing. Strawber ries now at lowest prices. Cherries are commencing. You Need Fruit Jars I handle the bpst Masons. Ge'o.Haas GROCER 12$Ni!Howard. Tel. 478. II A Natural Oakulnd, Ohio, Jan. 14. I suffered with painful menstrua tion, whites and falling of the womb. After using Wine of Cardui 1 was greatly benefitted, and passed my periods without pain. I also took the Wine and Black-Draught dur ing pregnancy, passing through labor quickly' and without much pain. My recovery was also prompt and satisfactery. The midwife says well as I did. Tli0 VUrtlrt IlUiiilLttll. TrttElREE'S tV i- iej Some people look with distrust upon a remedy that Is ad vertised to cure all "female troubles". What answer can they give to the statement of Mrs. Hoffman? Vinc of Cardui is so effective because it b made of the exact herbs that nature provided for the cure of women when their special organs are attacked by disease. Nature, you know, is just and kind. When her laws are disobeyed, her punishment 'is sickness, but she in turn has planted in field and wood certain herbs and roots to overcome the sickness. Man must find those vegetable growths, and put them together in the form of medicine. The Indians originally discovered the formula of Wine of Cardui, and the company LADIES' ADVISORY DEPARTMENT. For advice in case reqninnc ffpo- claldlrection3,nddres.givinE9y:Dp- i toes. Ladies' Adtuorv Department i Tne cnatumf-ocrnaieUEcxneo. Cbattanooga, Tenn. Druggists sell large imvj j i 1 'jmmmatJLj&s k Host daiiciug floor in the vicinity at the Gorge. , Dancing every week day and evening. - tf UMM1T Woolc Commencing June Sf Special, engagement of the Seville Sisters World's greatest fire dancers, introducing fancy contortion and transfor mation dances. The popular comediau and comedienne MULLANEY fc THURLING, in an up-to-date skit entitled "Troubles." The California singing duo, SCANLON& MEREDITH," introducing their latest success "A IMight a-fc -the Club." The petite soubrette, PEARL RICE, a specialty of coon songs. Tiie above grand bill will be presented at this popular resort each oven ing. Curtain rising promptly at 8:10 standard. Take Rapid Transit cars for park; 15 cents round trip, including reserved seat in Casino. To get the best enjoyment of the new r J0' A M rfr m1 i OeveI-Goa The easiest running, cleanest, safest, arid most durable bicycle. E. S. Edwards of the New York Century Wheelmen, rode the same Columbia Bevel-Gear Chainless, 29.000 miles in all sorts of weather and over all sorts of roads. At the end of this remarkable test the running gear, which had never been repaired, was found to be intact, The Columbia Bevel-Gear Chainless also possesses in the highest degree that not easily defined attribute called stylo. Columbia Chain An experience covering 22 years in the application of ,the best methods of cycle building has enabled, us to reach in the 1899 Columbia Models 57 and 58 what we believe to be tho limit "of excellence in bicycles of the chain type. The most thorough laboratory and road tests have proven these ma chines to be the nearest approach to structural perfection in chain wheels. Hartfords arac3 Vedettes In Hartfords, Patterns 19 and 20, the old reliable Hartford quality has been maintained in every particular and the new patternshave radical improvements everywhere. Vedettes, patterns 21 and 22, we offer as the best bicycles obtainable at their price. 1899 PRICES: Chainless, $T5; Models 57 and 58, $5of Hart fords, $35; Vedettes, $25 and $26. The most artistic Bicycle Catalogue of tho year free of any Columbia dealer or by mail for one 2-celit stamp. POPE MFG. CO., Hartford, Conn. --The nrtfivri nv ii 1 1 i ii ii lVtVtl Vi HMI Columbia Dealers, Akron, O. aHBHBHHMHHHEHH Don't pfing Ik ill 1 C A TO SATURDAY, JUNE 17th Train leaves Union Depot via. 0.. A. it C, Ry., (! :'0 a.m. Returning leave Springfield 10 p.m. Only $2.00 reexurodi Trip 1! Cure.. WS which makes that medicine to-day, alone knows this.se cret of- Nature. There b noth like it. It is the one natural remedy for women. bottles for $1.00. "We will have to leave our flat." "What for?" "Our baby has got too big to sleep ia the chiffonier." Chicago Record. PARK riding season you should have a Chainless del MO Ml V UVl Forget - - - cursion o. SsBtfaTfea TOWN WIPED OUT Herman, Ueb.. Destroyed by a Tornado. TWELVE BODIES POUND. Ltorms Also Swept Sections of Wisconsin and Illinois. SEW RICHHONK, .WIS., HOKnOlt. At Least 100 rernons Were Killed There ane One Peraou Ksllinated the Death Loss at 400 Out of 500 linlldlngs Fully 300 Were Destroyed The. Catho lic and Congregational Churches Mi raculously Kscapcd Destruction lSraie l'rlest Granted Absolution to Those Who Desired During the Kury or the Monti Catholics and Protestants Alike l'rajed With the Injured. ' Omaha, June 14. A tornado struck the town of Herman, in Washington county, and wiped the placed put of ex istence. Herman is a place of about 300 inhabitants, in tho extreme northern part of Washington comity. It is on the line of the Chicago, St. Paul, Minne apolis and Omaha railway. Twelve bodies were seen in tbe street. The dead as far as known were: Postmaster Richards, apparently died of fright, there bt?mg no marks to show in any way that the cyclone had in jured him. Four members of a family named Hopkins, living on the outskirts of town, were reported dead. Clear Lake, Wis., June 14. A cy clone struck tins vicinity and about three miles north and west several houses aud outbuildings were swept away. Fred Kenuetz was blown sev eral rods aud when found he was dying, his skull beniK fractured. Sam Olson's house was destroyed aud he himself was killed. His wife was fAtally in jured and his son's legs were broken. P. L. Taylor's house was blown to atoms. His ribs were broken and he was internally injured. J. C. Wal worth's house aud barn were swept away. Thi're was great loss of stock and farm implements. At Piuevilio one creamery was par tially destroyed, the schoolhouse was swept away aud a store badly damaged. Cakt. rville, Ills., June 14. tA tor nado struck this city, doing a large amount of damage. A few moments before the storm struck a heavy rain had fallen. This was followed by sud den sunshine and then in the midst of the brightness, a roaring, seething cur rent came lrom the southwest, bringing with it roofs, boards, pieces of telegraph poles and all sorts ot debris, some of it high in the air. Much damage was doue in the business section New Ricilmonu, Wis.,-Juno 141 In describably sad arc the scenes of deso lation wrought by tho tornado that practically swept out of existence the prosperous little city of Now Rich mond. Ont of 50'J houses and store buildingi?, computing tho town, fully 300 were wrecked by the storm or de stroyed by tiro. Almost every family lias one or more members among the dead, injured or missing, and little groups were seen everywhere search ing, ly the light of lantern or torch, for loved ones who may be buried in the piles of debris on every hand. With frantic energy the search had been conducted and 54 bodies had been found, although the number of dead certainly will reach 100 or more. These have, for the most part, been taken to the Catholic and Congregational churches, which, although in the very edge of the storm's path, miraculously escaped its fury. In these temporary morgues, the sights are buch as to touch the hardest heart, as the grief-stricken.living recognize iu bodies, horribly mangled and often dis membered, the remains of missing dear ones. The wounded find temporary asylums iu tho uninjured dwellings on either side of the path of devastation, where doctors and nurses from nearby cities and town arc doing heroic work without sleep or rest. As many as possible of the injured, whose chances for reeovery are considered good, are being sent to the hospitals at St. Paul and Minneapo lis, where they will have better care. Names of Known Dead. William Eixy, undertaker. Mrs. Cora Butl.r. Mrs. Brockbork. Bernard Brockivrk. Josie Brockbark. . Essie Brockbark. Dominick Barrett, farmer. . Carl Brown, aged 14. Harold Bigelow, photographer. William Callahan, fanner. Ed Carey, aged 27, druggist. John Casey, Erin. Mrs. Claude Cameron, Pewakee, "Wis. John Conway, Erin. Mrs. Catherino Cargrove. Henry Dunbar. Mrs. Mary Dunbar. Diniug room girl, name uuknown. Anthony Early. Lizzie Early, age 5. Walter Farrell, age 8. Mrs. John Gillen. Ole Gunderson. Mrs. Sallie Groatou, 03 years. John Henry. Pat Heffron. Mike Hoffron. Mrs. Hawkins. Walter Hawkins. Millie Hawkins. Angie Hawkins. ' Fred Hawkins. Mason Hallcnbcck. Francis Hallenbeck. Hcnnessy, a little girl. J. B. Hicks, grocer. . Mrs. Hurd. J. Eliner Johnson. Patrick Rating, 14 years. Kelly, child. Vinuio Lambdiu. Mrs. Henry Lewis and sou. Antone Legardo. Mrs. John Link. T. P. Martin. Nellie McGwth. Lillied McGrath, aged o. " Kato McKinnou. Thomas McCabc. Russoll McGraw, 4 years. , &SO&Z! Pat McHeury. 3g$T Mike McHenry. SSHC Tom McNally. C.l Mrs. John McCluro. Trowbridge's Gliocolaie Yelret Chips THt FOR 8ALE BY All First-Class Con fectioners, Druggists 5EST! and Grocers. tfOll BALK Ten K-l-l'-A-N-.-j tort ( Hi aruKKUti. Qno clv reliol. THE OLD WAY. Of Treating Dyspepsia and Indigestion by Dieting a Dangerous and Useless One. We say the old way, but really it is a very common one at the present time and many dyspeptics and physi cians as well consider tne nrst step to take in attempting to cure indiges tion is to diet, either by selecting certain foods and rejectingothers-orto greatlydiminishthe quantity usual ly taken, iu other, words the starva tion plan is supposed by many to be the first essential. The almost certain failure of the starvation cure has been proven time and again, but still the moment dys pepsia makes its appearance a course of dieting is at once advised. All this is radically wrong. It is foolish and unscientific to recom mend dieting to a man suffering from dyspsia, because indigestion it self starves every organ, every nerve and every fibre in the body. What the dyspeptic wants is abun dant nutrition, which means "plenty of good, wholesome well cooked food, nnd something to assist the weak stomach to digest it. This is exactly the purpose for which Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are adapted anu tins is tne metiiou ny which they cure the worst cases of dyspepsia, in other words the patient eats plenty of wholesome food and Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets digests it for him. In this way the system is nourished and the overworked stom ach rested, because the tablets will digest the food whether the stomach works or not. One of these tablets will digest 3,000 grains of meat or eggs. Your druggist will tell you that Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets is the purest safest remedy for stomach troubles and every trial makes one more friend for this ex cellent preparation. Sold at 50 cents for full sized package at all drug stores. A little book on cause and cure of stomach diseases.mailed free by ad dressing F. A. Stuart Co., Marshall, Mich. Tim JSoonan. Pat Newell, farmer. Pat Newell, turner. Henry O'Counell. 2 John PaUcn. Nick Padnen. Dwight Porter, farmer. Thomas Rowe. Gusta Ring. Gjeorge Ring. Alvin Rosebrook. Mrs. Alviu Rosebrook. George Stack. Mrs. Stack. Thomas Stack. Mrs. Shrady. Shrady, infant. Shaw. Charles T. Tallmadge. Mi 3. Abbie Williams. Williams, little girl. Patrick Wells, farmer of Erin. Willard Wells, city marshal. Steve Wells, 14 years. Three unknown men. Nicholas Barton. Katie Early. Mrs. Gillespie. Archibald Halleubeck". William Harrington. Willio Hughes. Hilda Jousou. Fred Kiimutt. Nary Mouaiihau. Charles Morgan, colored. John Ncttg. Edward Olicu. Auton Olson. Ida Olsou. Samuel Olson. Mrs. Samuel Olson and child. Moss Peterson. Mrs. Scatle and three children. Mrs. Margaret Stephenson. Taylor. Sixteen unknown dead. Missing but Probably Dead Walter Brown. ' Paddy Early. Pat Gohten. John Prior. Hazel Marie Williams. The names of 115 injured were given, some of whom were expected to die. A' number were badly hurt." Rev. Dr. Deguan of the Churcn of tho Immaculate Conception, in describ ing tne approaching storm and the im mediate results, said in part: "I was standing on the porch of my house, which is some three blocks west .of tho Omaha station, with my Uttle nephew. Pointing to the threatening clouds I said to himr 'Those clouds are cyclonic' That was about 6:30. Then 1 heard a fearful sound.- It was like the panting of SO- locomotives on an up grade. T said to tho boy: 'There is the cyclone.' In the'southwest 'was a great whisking black cloud, cpneshaped, tho apex iu the earth, the funnel iu the sky. "Already, far ahead of the center, the air was full of flying splinters, boards, feathers, bedding and everything. I told tho boy to run, and warn the people in the houses between us and the track. From all sides the people were running, crying for assistance. I took them and some people from tho parish schoolhouse and hurried them into the cellar of my house. They begged for absolution and I knelt down and gavejt to them. Even as I prayed, the great black cloud of de struction was upon tho village. Out of the general and terrific roar I could hear tho crashing and hissing sound, as house after honse collapsed. I ran out and was struck twice by pieces of flying plank. Then tho storm was gone. "I immediately began tho work of rescue. It was awful. God keep me from seeing the like again. Everywhere moans, shrieks and calls for help were heard. The wounded cried out for pray ers. I gave them absolution 'while as sisting iu tho work of rescue. Catholics aud Protcstauts proved for thom." It was tho average resident of New Richmond who estimated tho loss of hie moit seriously. They claimed that hundreds were missing wno wero buried in the ruins and there inciner ated. Oue such is C. A. Nelson, who owned the Columbian restaurant, lo cated on Main street. His estimate of loss was 400 dead. THE STBIKEES PEACEFUL. Cars Were Xot Molested at Cleveland. The Men Willing to Make Some Cuuceflilons. Clevelasd, June 14. The officials of the Big Consolidated Railroad company were evidently surprised by tho success which attended tho effort to move their cars. There was no disturbance of any kind. While this was due in part to the vigil.mco of tho police, who pre vented the assembling of crowds, it was mainly attributable to tho fact th.it tho strikers made no offort to in duce non-uuion men to quit. Iu fact tliu strikers rcinuiucd away irom tun cars and they wero operated on olo hue at intervals of about !SU minutes, carrying a tow passengdrs duriug tho latter jart of the day. There is n tccliug on tho part of the members of tho.btuto board of arbitra tion that thuy can bring about' a settle ment of the differences, ia ipito. of the DEMOOBATS CONVENED. Peuiisjltaiiia Democratic Concutlon Met at llarrlsburg Some Probable Points of Platform. Harrisburg, Juno 14. The Demo cratic state coneution was called to or der about noon today ty State Chairman Riliiugand a temporary organization was formed by the selection of William R. Brinton of Lancaster as temporary chairman. Charles J. Reilly of Will .auisport will bj permauent chairman. A loauh tiratt of tho platform was prepared at a meeting of a sub commit tee of the executive committee. -The platform will compliment tho leader Ship of William J. Bryan, reaffirm tho principle of the Chicago platform and probably criticise the management of the war dopaitmeut and tho Philippine campaign. Governor Stone will be con demned for appointing Senator Quay to the United States senate and for mak ing a reduction of 1,000,000 in the pub lic school fund. Tho Republican major ity in the lart legislature will be cen sured for its failure to pass reform leg islation and its efforts to block the in testigation of the allegeu bribery in conneitiou with theseuatorship and tho McCarrell jnry bill. There will proba bly be an anti-trust plank and a minute commending the leadership of Colonel James M. G alley, Pennsylvania mem ber of the national Democratic commit tee. Tha platform will be longer than nsual and will deal largely with state issues. ueciaration ot the directors of the com pany that they would not arbitrate ti.o main question at issue tho recoguiuui. of the umou. It. was stated the strikt 1 1 were willing to waive the two sectiu..a of their x"oposcd agreement with u.e company wUich give the union the right to demand the discharge of men and compel the company to force men to join the union withiu .60 days after .they are employed. It was not ascertained whether the company will consent to arbitrate the other sections of the agree ment. The fact that some of the employes of the Little Consolidated company asked tor a meeting with tho strikers was ac cepted as an indication tha tho former- arc ready to go out on a sympathetic strike if asked to do so. The otticers of the Little Consolidated say, however, that they have no fear of a strike, aiiu some of their men who have been inzc-'-viewed declared that they have nothing to strike for. JThe Big Consolidated officials say they have almost enough new men.to operate the road, and it is certain that nearly 100 non-unionists were brought in from other cities Tuesday. BLAND IS IMPROVED. His Physicians Think lie Ua a Chance to Kecoier llryau to Vl-.it Mm. Lebanon, Mo., June 14. Mr. Bland continued to improve, and his condition inspired his physicians and friends to hope for his ultimate recovery. The announcement of tho proposed visit of Colonel William J. Bryan on Snnday acted as a tonic to his spirits". Dr. Mc Cook, Mr. Bland's family physician, was quite hopaful of his ultimate recov ery, and expected much benefit from the apparent determination of his patient to get well. Dr-Wmia-ns' Indian Pile lOmtment will cure Blind, Bleedlnn and Itchlnc Piles. It absorbs tbe tumors. allays tbe itching at once, acta las a noulticc. circs Instant re lief. Dr. Willlams'IndtanPUeOint ment IsnreDared for Plica and Itch- ing ot the private parts. Every box is warranted. By nmn-Kts. by mail on re ceipt of price. 50 cents and $1.01). WiLLIIMS MANUFACTURING CO. Props.. Cleveland. Ob- MOTT'S PENNYROYAL PILLS They overcome Weakness. irreffT laritraniioiuissionstlncrease vigor and Danish pains of inenatiua tion." They axe 'JLire Surer to girls at womanhood, aidinjuje velopment or organs and body-To known remedy for -women equals them. Cannot do harm life. b- Si comes a pleasure. 1 per hox BSSSS-" rfOTT CHEMICAL C0-CIettfiaiI,a "liv mnii. ?mii ny cruBKin". For sale by J. C. Day & Co.. 210 W. Market st. LOCAL MARKETS. WHEAT 72 CENTS. Retail Prices. June 14, 3 p.m. Butter, creamery 20 to 22c, country-15 to 18c, cookiug 10c lard 10c; eggs 18c; chickens, 15c per lb. dressed Corn, ear 2Hc to 25c perbushel, shelled 45c: oats 33c to 37c; hay 55c to 65c a hundred; straw 30c to 40c a hundred. Potatoes 50c per bushel. Lettuce 8 to 10c per pound. Head New onions, three bunches for 5c. lettuce 12c. Asparagus 8c a bunch. Radishes, two bunches for 5c, Strawberries, 44 to 10c qt. Cucumbers, 5c piece. Spinach 20c a peck. Pie Plant, 8 bunches for 10c. Wax Beans 25c a measure. Tomatoes, 20c per lb. New beets, 5c, 0 for 25c. Slimmer squash, 10c to 15c apiece. New potatoes, 40c a, peck. Peas, 10c a measure. Wholesale Prices. Wheat 72c; oats 30c to 33c; com, ear, 20c; corn, shelled, 40c: liny, $10. to $11; rye, 58c. Butter, creamery, 15 to 17c; country 10c; lard, 6c; eggs, 13 to 14c; cmcKens, live sic, uresseu lie. Navy beans,$1.34, $1.40; marrowfat beans $1.50, $1.65. Potatoes, 25 to 30c a bushel. Cured hides, No. l,8JNo. 2, 8c, green,No. l,7Cc, No. 2 BJc, cured calf skins, No. 1, 10Jc, No. 2, 9Jc; green, No. 1, 0c; No. 2, So; tallow. No. 1, 4c; sheep pelts, Iamb skins. 00c. Pork, dressed, 4Jc, livo $3.50 to $3.75; beef, dressed, 7c to Sfc, live 4c to 5c; mutton, live. 4c to 5c; dressed, flc to 10c; lamb, dressed, Hclive,5to5J;springlamb,14tol5c; Sork, loins, 8c; veal, livo 5c to G ressed, 9Jc. Sugar-cured ham, 9c to 9Jic; shoulder, 5?c; Califonria ham. 6c to GJc; bacon, 7c to Sc; dried beef, lie to 15sc; lard, simon pure, 04c in tub; Gc In tierces; country kottlo 5S.c: puro lard. 5bc. The Key to Health Beecham's Pills A Gentle Cathartic Beecham's Pills For Sick Headache,ctc. ' Beecham's Pills Anmml Kiilir (i ooo.ooo boxGG. 10 cents and 2i ceutJ-DfUgfflsls. miss mm it b HlSL. LIFE SAVED BY SWAMP-ROOT The Wonderful New Discovery In Medical Science:'' SAMPE BOTTLE SENT FREE BY MAIL, Swamp-Root, discovered by the eminent kidney and bladder special ist, is wonderfully successful in promptly curingkidney. bladderand uric acid troubles. Soinp of the early symptoms of weak kidneys are pain or dull ache in the back, rheumatism, dizziness, headache, nervousness, catarrh of tho bladder, gravel or calculi, bloat-, ing, sallow complexion, puffy or dark circles under the eyes, suppres sion of urine or compelled to pass water often day and night. The mild and extraordinary effect of the famous new discovery, Dr. Kilmer's Swam-Root, is soon rea lized. It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distress ing cases. If you need a medicine you should have the best. Sold by druggists in fifty cent and one dollar sizes. You may have a sample bottle of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root and a pamphlet that tells all about it including many of the thousands of letters received from sufferers cured, both sent free by mail. Write Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, K. Y., and please men tion that you read this generous of fer in the AkkoxDaily Democrat. THE BEST RAILROAD With the Best Trains Through the Best Country Pullman Cars Dining Cars. The Southern railway in connec tion with the Queen & Crescent Route, forms the great short-line highway from Louisville and Cincin nati to -the principal points in Ten nessee, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Louisana, North and South Carolina with direct steamer connections for Havana, Cuba; Nassau, N. P., and Key West. Double daily trains with through sleepers. Only 24 hours to Jacksonville; 54 hours to Havana. All agents sell tickets via tho Southern railway. Round-trip tick ets to principal southern resorts. Ask your nearest ticket agents for rates and other information, or write to C. A. Baird, Trav. Pass'r agent, Louisville, Ky., or J. C. Ream, jr., JT. W. Pass'r agentj 80 Adams st., Chicago, Ill.vor Wm. H. Tayloe, as sistant general passenger agent, Louisville, Ky. x . THE-EMPIRE OF THE SOUTH. Second Edition A Beautifully Illustrated Book Full ol Important Information. The First Edition of the "Empire of the South" havingbeen exhausted, a Second Edition is now ready for -distribution. It is a handsome volume of about 200 pages descriptive of the South and its vast resources, beautifully illus trated, and regarded by critics as.the most complete production of its kind that has ever been published. Persons wishing to secure this work will please enclose to the undersigned 25 cents per copy, which amount ap proximates the cost of delivery. Re mittances may be made in stamps or otherwise. Address all communications 611 this subject to W. A. TURK, General Passenger -A gent. Southern Railway, Washington, D. C. Erie Excursions, One Fare Round Trip. St. Louis. 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 21, re turning July 24; Cincinnati, June 27, 28,29 and 30, returning July GLos Angelis and return, $72.50, Erie R.R. June 24 to July 7 inclusive. Good until Sept. 0. 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. $3.00 to Niagara Falls and Return June 22. The Erie railroad will aflord its patrons an opportunity to visit Niagara Falls, "Nature's Greatest Wonder," 011 Juue 22, ou which date an excursion will be run, train leav ing Akron at 4:25 p.m., tickets good returning on all regular trains for five davs from date of sale. Rate only $3.00 for round trip.- Stop.off at beautiiui unautauqua iaKe is al lowed on return trip. A pleasant outing is assured to all wly join this excursion. Special sleeping cars will be run and s"pace can be reserved iu same upon application to Erie R Jt. ticket agents. G. A. R. Encampment, Youngstown. Only $1.10 round trip June 19, 20 and 21. Erie trains lea-ve Akron 8:54 a.m., 12:50 p.m., 4:25 p.m. and 1:23 a.m. B. P. 0. E. Carnival, Youngstown, 0. On June 19, 20 and 21, tho Erie will sell you tickets to Youngstown and return for $1.10, good until Juno 24. $3.00 Niagara Falls and Return. $3.00 via Erie R. R. 1:25 p.m., Juno 22. Tickets good five days. Secure sleepers of W. 33. Langdon, agent. Lake Brady. Erie trains 12, 4 and 16 stop at Lake Brady daily. 60 cents round trip. Nos. 12 and 3 will make the stop Sun days until Sept. 3. 40 cents round trip Saturday, June 10. Summer Tourist Tickets . Via Great Lakes no on sale. For tickets and full information see C. D. Honodlo, Union depot, agent B. & C. S. N. Co., C. & B. line. Anchor line, Merchants' line, Northern Transit Co., Northern Steamship Co. Knights of Pythias Excursion To Springfield, Ohio, via C, A. & C. Ry. Saturdav, June 17. Only $2 round trip. Train leaves Akron Union de pot 0:30 a.m. Returning leave Springfield 10 p.m. Are You Going to Take a Trip This summer? If so bo sure and call on or address C. 1). Honodlo, agent Union deiot. Information cheerful ly given. Otticial ticket' agent for all lnko St. Lawrence river steam ship lines. Siil Moroy's orchestra plays for Dancing afternoon nnd evening at tho Gorge. tf j m mmmmm I Ii Tm--IPT-m mil WANTKD C-na of bad health th!t U-l-P-A-N-S will not tenant. Bend centi to lllimnj Chomlcul Co., Vaxr Yprfc tor 10 inmplvt nnd fff HtUmvnlitlf.