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f - V .. " - 3 95 E ig Selling: . IN . uu No wonder when you consider the ereat values we have been throwing out. Glance at some of : those stylishwaistsyousee on the street. Lots of them came from our large Wash Goods stock, which we are selling for LESS than makers ask. A variety at this price large enough to stock a good sized wash goods dept., but none too many for us at the rate they aro going at. Qc, lOcs Dainty light Dimities look the coolest these hot days. You will feel cool if you wear one. lOc Organdies in all colors and styles of patterns "in large and small Hgures, lor Jess tnan nan pncfi, for they are just the same as you 1 paid 25c for. So to 33c White India. Linens" in. the very best grades that can be bought. Not a store in the city buys more than we do, which enables us to get the best values in the market. yc, I2c, ISo Black Lace Striped Organdies the best goods for elderly ladies, all fast colors. 19c 40 inch Black Grenadine, in large and small flcures, regular price ' j was 50c, our price 19c. t .-''. lOc to 20o Black Lawns, fast colors, in fine qualities', make cool dresses and waists. SOc, S5o Silk finished BLACK BATISTE, 80inchgB wide, needs little expla nation, for they are just the goods for the hot season, having all the appearance of silks. , lit HEADQUARTERS FOR GLASS, GASOLINE STOVES, REFRIGERATORS, ICE CREAM FREEZERS, LAWN MOWERS, GRASS CATCHER LAWN MOWERS, HOSE AND REELS, SCREEN DOORS, WINDOW SCREENS, WIRE CLOTH, POULTRY NETTING, STOVES, RANGES, SLATE ROOFING, SPOUTING and ROOFING OF ALL KINDS. 216-218 South Main St. Phone 314. s. & o.s pointers "The Success Burner" S Ih something new In lampllghtlng. (S Makes a clear, white light. Con kj sumes less oil and less heat. Success rsurners are nctea on lamps iroin $2.25 to J1.T5, beautiful decorations. Don't Fall to See them. China & Japan Tea Store Tol. 526 I64S. Howard Bt. WWWWWWWWWWWWV y John U. Knrelhart. "Wm. P.- Eokart I Engelhart & Eckart Plumbers, ?!-&. Mire, of the Engelhart Hot Water ? Generator. 5 11113. Mill st. Tel. 45 , Taso Carloads Of "Watermelons and one carload of Bananas at medium prices. We are prepared to furnish festivals with the best of Ice Cream in any quan tity. KM. L.askaris Go. Phone 289. 1C2 S. Howard st. ONLY AKRON. Did Not Estimate Population of the Suburbs. "To the Editor: In making my estimate of the pop ulation of Akron I confined myself solely to this city. The Burch Di rectory company, as it states, took in all the territory that would bo in cluded in Greater Akron. I still maintain that my figures will be found about correct-when -the census is taken. " " - " - "Seewai'.tL'Milijsb."' $19.15 to Mackinac Island and Return, Including meals and berths. For further-information enquire of.C. D. Honodle, Union depot. Tel.42;v. - Pllli! Har fi WILL BE REBUILT. Plant of Rubber Works at New Phita delphia By Akron Man. A special from New Philadelphia savsthat "V. "W. Mcintosh of 209 Yale st., Akron, has purchased the plant of the Valley Rubber Co. at that place, the purchase, price being $1,904. It is said that Mr." Mcintosh will organize a company, with a capital stock of $10,000. The plant will be rebuilt, and good facilities provided for the' manufacture of rubber novel ties. .Dr. L. S. Switzer and S. M. Anderson of this city, will be in the company. Donkey "Ramza" Randolph tonight. Detroit Gasoline stoves the house keepers delight. The Jahant Co., 166 South Howard St. COMES HIGH Cost of Leaving Horse Unhitched Police Court Cases. It cost Louis Rudiininsky $11.35 for leaving his horse unhitched in front of the Empire house Tuesday, Mayor Young fined him $3 and costs, as it was his second offense. Today his brother Benjamin was arrested on the same charge. The case will be heard Monday. The case against Henry Berkdorf , charged with assault and battery, was dismssed. He lives near the Old Maid's Kitchen. Dan. Woods and Thomas McAn drews, drunks, $2 and costs. You can burn Natural gas in the Jahant Hot Blast Furnace. The Jahant Co., 166 South Howard St. Donkey "Ramza" Randolph tonight, If you think of changing your heat ing boiler call on Oberlin ; get prices on the Cottage boiler for soft coal. SPORTS. The Navarre Athletic club of Lex ington, Ky., is making an effort to get Gus Ruhlin and Joe Choynski to gether at that place during August. Choynski has signed articles to meet any heavyweight that the club gets to go against him. Ruhlin has not stated whether he will accept the terms. Overtures have also been made to Peter Maher. If neither Maher or Ruhlin accepts terms. Jack Root will be matched with Choynski. The fight will be pulled off during the Elks carnival and street fair, the biggest event of the "kind in the his tory of Kentucky. Forty thousand visitors are expected in the city. A big purse will be offered for the event. First Start. Byron Hal, a gray horse owned by E. Helmreick, editor of the Ohio Democrat of New -Philadelphia, will make his first start in the 2:30 pace at the races "Wednesday. LEAGUE GAMES YESTERDAY. At Washington-Washington, B runs, 9 hits and 8 errors: Cincinnati. 10 runs, 13 hits and i errors. Batteries Weyhuie, HcFarland and ilcGuire; Huhn and Wood. Umpires Swartwood and Smith. Attendance, 2,487. At Brooklyn Brooklyn, 11 runs, 11 hits and 4 errors ; bt. Louis, 10 runs, 12 hits and 4 errors. Batteries Youug and O'Connor: Maul and Smith. Umpires Enulle anil McDjnald. At tendance, 2,001. At Baltimore Baltimore, 10 runs, 13 hits and 1 error: Louisville, G runs. 11 hits and 1 er ror. B.itteries JMcGinnity, Howell and Eob inson: Douling and Zunmer. Umpires O'Day and JIcGurr. At Philadelphia Philadelphia, 5 runs, 11 hits and 0 errors: Cleveland, 1 run, 7 hits and 0 errors. Batteries Donahue and Douglass; Bats and bugden. Umpires Snyder and Latham. Attendance, 3,593. At New York New York, 11 runs, 11 hits and 2 errors; Pittsburg, 8 runs. 9 hits and 5 er rors. Batteries ileekin, Coakley and Grady; Tanuehill, Leever, Bparks and Schriver. Um pires Hanasau and Hunt. Attendance, 500. At Boston Boston, 6 runs. 12 hits and 4 er rors; Chicago, 10 runs, 13 hits and 6 errors Batteries Willis. Nichols and Clarke; Griffith and Donahue. Umpires Lynch and Connolly. Attendance. 3.00J. Standing of the Clubs. W. I Pc. W. L. Pi-. Brooklyn.. .19 Boston . 44 Chicago ......42 fhua .42 St. Loui-, 41 Baltimore S9 .031 Cincinnati S1 34 .511 -tf.U Pittsburg-,31 M .485 31 .CIS .609 New York-31 39 .44-1 Louisville .27 44 .3) SO .577 Wash'gton.24 49 Ufc9 i9 .574 Cleveland.-!:! 57 .174 (utiles Scheduled for Today. Plttsburs at New York, Chicago at Boston, bt. Louis at Brooklyn, Cleveland at Philadel phia, Louisville at Baltimore and Cincinnati at Washington. Interstate League Games, At Mansfield Hanalield, 3 runs, 7 hits and 8 errors: Fort Wayue, 7 runs, 8 hits and 1 error. Batteries Bosebrough and Belt; Guese and Bergen. fcecond game Mansfield, 6 runs, 8 hits and 1 error; Fort Way no, 2 runs. 7 hits and 3 er rorrs. Batteries Irwin and Belt; Bicman and Bergen. At Toledo Toledo, 12 runs, 16 hits and 3 er rors; Youngstown. 1 run, 7 hits and 7 errors. Batteries Butler and Arthur; Crowe and Trtwt. At Dayton Dayton, 6 runs, 12 hits and 1 error; New Castle, 1 run, 4 hits and 0 er rors. Batteriew Brodie and Donahue: Streit, Wads worth and (J ramus. At Grand Rapids Grand Rapids, 10 runs, 15 hits and 5 errors; Wheeling, 7 runs, 9 hits and 1 error. Batteries Barber and Cote; Miller and Corbett. Interstate League Standing. W. L. Pc. W. L. Pc. Toledo lo2:i 667 yn'gstown-Sl 87 .453 ' Man-meld -!.7 i8 .569 G.Bapide..8J 42 .417 Ft. Wayne.41 SI .i69 Dayton 28 44 .S80 New Cistlej7 "29 .561 Wheeling 27 13 .383 .tinmen Scheduled Ftr Today. Ifew c i-:l at Dayton, Youngstown at To ledo, wl.i-.lin,: t Grand Rapids and Fort Wa ne at 3Ian-ald. For fine plumbing call on C. M. Oberlin for prices. LOCKJAW Caused the Death of Five Persons. They Had Been Celebrating July Fourth. on ILutraBCRG, July 12. Frank Weiss, aged 15 year, was dying at his home in this city as the result of a Fourth of July accident. Young Weiss was in jured in the right hand last Tuesday by the explosion of a lire cracker and lock jaw followed. Wilkesbarre, Pa., July 12. iliss Maggie Jacobs, aged 17, living with her parents in this city, met a horrible death from lockjaw. On the Fourth of July, while shooting blank cartridges from a toy pistol, she accidentally shot herself in the index finger of her left haud. PrrrsncKG, July 12. Hugh Savage, 18 years old, of 4221 Calvin street, shot himself in the hand with a pistol July 4, aud the wound developed into acute tetanus. Jir.i. s Sweeney, 14 years old, of Ban ner alley, also shot himself in the hand with a "toy pistol, similar to that used by young Savage. He suffered great agony from the pain. Dr. Ackers was called in and found that the boy was in the first stages of lockjaw. Both boys died. JohnLaug, the 15-year-old son of Joseph Lang, died at McKeesport of lockjaw, the result of being wounded by a toy pistol on the Fourth of July. ON THE WAY. Gen. Wheeler Will Sail For Manila On July 20. Washington, Julv 12. Gen. Joseph E. Wheeler left Washington enroute to the Philippine islands. He will go via Chicago, Omaha, Denver and bait Lake, bnt as he is scheduled to reach Sau Francisco on Saturday, will not stop long at any place ou the way. He will sail for Hamla on the 20th. "I have no plans of campaign," he said, "and shall not know what I am to do until I receive my instructions from General Otis. I should like to have it understood." he continued, "that I go to the Philippines in an entirely sub ordinate cauacity. Not only General Otis, hut Generals Lawton ana 3lac Arthur will rank me, and it is proper that they should, for while Generals Lawtou and MacArthur were my juniors they have been in the field while I have not and deserve to have places superior to any assignment that may be given me." He said he would not resign his seat m the house. MURDER AT ERIE. Chas. A. Swartzfager in Jail For the Crime. Erie, Pa., July 12. O. E. Shattuck was shot Sunday evening on the trestle leading from the grounds of Grove House park, a pleasure resort by Chas. A. Swartzfager, a young man who had been paying attention to Mrs. Shattuck, which were resented by the husband. The body was run over by a trolley car and fearfully mangled,but the coroner's examination showed four bullet wounds in the head. Mrs. Shattuck was ar rested and Monday evening was dis- misseu under surveillance. Later, a friend received a confession from her which implicated Swartz fager, who had not before been sus pected. She was then rearrested and jailed without bail on a charge of mur der. Swartzfager, who is 23 years of age, while his paramour is 35, got wind ot the suspicions of the police and fled. He was arrested at Bradford. STEAMER PARIS Has Been Freed From the Manacles Ready to Sail. London, July 12. The salvagers have moved the American line steamer Paris astern for a distance of 150 yards and have shifted the vessel's position slightly to the eastward. They hope to be able to get the after stokehold fires alight. The Paris was now clear of the rocks. The sea was smooth, but a heavy fog prevailed. The intention of the salvages was simply to slew the stern of the liner so as to facilitate the operations of the divers, but it was found that she moved more freely than was expected. Three salvage boats alone practically removed her from a critical position unaided. She still has a distinct list, however, to the starboard aud cannot be assumed out. of danger. The tugs are preparing to tow her to Falmouth harbor. LIST OF DEAD. Names of Soldiers Who Died in the Foreign Isles. Washington. July 12. The war de partment received the following from General Otis, at Manila, under date of July 9: Following deaths since last weekly report: Typhoid fever, July 2, Charles N. Wilsek, G, First Wyoming infantry; oth, Edward Wcldou, K, Fourteenth infantry; William Miller, K, Fourth iufantry; Oth, ErmerSteveus.G, Twelfth infantry. Dysentery, 4th, William H. lull, hospital corps; utn, Thomas W. Potro, M, Fourth infantry. Drowned, 4th, Charles Hyatt, sergeant, E, Fourth cavalry. General Brooke cabled as follows to the wax department: Havana, JulyUO. Death report, 9th and 10th, Guantau amo, Michael J. Tiernoy, Company H, Fifth infantry, died 10th, acute alco holism; Thomas Killkelly, C, Fifth in fantry, died 1st, yellow fever. General Davis cabled the war don art meut of tho death of Private Frank Blake, Company A, Eleventh infantry, at Ponce, of acute dysentery. Protection Extended to Shipping. "Washington, July 12. An order was issued by the president extending privi leges aud protection of the American flag to the shipping of Porto Rico and the Philippines. Sherman W Much Improved. Mansfield, O., July 12. Hon. John Sherman's condition was much improved. Soecial Noiii to Owners of WehHTeenlarcedourshon to meet the ing this addition we have Improved our facilities so a to be able to furnish at lowest prices the BEST HAND MANUFACTURED HARNESS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. We make a specialty of manufactures SCOT-CM AND IRISH! OOULARS Special attention paid to fitting collars to tore and deformed horses. We also carry a complete line of Robes, Blankets and Horse Furnishing Goods; also Shoe Findings and Leather. Repairing at reasonable prices promptly attended to. Repairing of Irish collars a specialty. RL l. IVIad ' A GOOD THING IS the: fashion Has a good tiling in (he way of HATS, MEN'S FURNISHINGS and GRIPS at a good price for the buyer. ODD LOT SALE OF -AT- apasr Rich Steel Engravings Authentic pictures of the battles of Santiago and Manila ami are the most famous pic tures over engraYed in this country; given FREE with purchases of $5 and upwards. RED) BROS. UP-TO-DATE Shoe and Trunk House 122 S. Howard St. We have MONEY TO LOAN on first-class improved farms a 5 per cent. er 228 South Main si. Akron, O. Six-Horsepower Electric Motor For sale cheap. In good condition, inquire Akron Photo Eng. Co. I A Bicycle Case. TO PROVIDE FOR EMERGENCIES you should carry on your wheeling expeditions a small case of necessi ties; a uuie Dotue oi witcn nazei, a roll of muslin bandages the right thing to soothe a bruise or heal a cut. You want the best on such occasions. Our "best" will bo sure to overcome the bad effects of your ill luck. HI MIM. I Special Drive I ON ALL I IFIH 1 Special bargains for I this week. I 1 1 it Horses erowlns: demand of the business. By mak iVl GOOD ANYTIME I , f BADGER, VAN NESS & CO. I 123 3. Howard. I r THREE HUNDRED Took Advantage of Excursion to Put-In-Bay. Over 300 persons left Akron Wed nesday morning at 6:30 on a special train of six coaches on the C.T. fc V. for Put-in-Bay to be in attendance at the first annual picnic of the Ak ron Hardware and Stove Dealers' association. Good amusements were arranged for the entertainment of the picnickers. The excursion will return at 9 tlii evening. Donkey "Bamza" Randolph tonight. COMBINE Has Been Formed JBy Owners of Threshing Machines. The owners and operator.-, of threshers in this county met at Com et. Monday, for th purpose of or ganizing an association. They adopted a scale of prices for the work during the yo.-r. Donkey "Ramza" Randolph tonight. Athletic Entertainment. The North Hill athletic club gave an entertainment and lawn fete Tuesday evening on its lawn, corner of Tallmadge and N. Howard sts. Seven hundred people attended. The program was: Hazel Williams and Ray Twynham, aged 11, cako walk; Bernie Strapp and Will McGuickan, sack bout; Art Simms and Jack Pal mer, three round bout: three one minute bouts by two 10-year-old boys. Music was furnished by Johnson's orchestra and a grapho phone. Donkey "Ramza" Randolph tonight. Mrs. Marshall's Answer. In the answer filed at Wooster by Mrs. Laura Marshall to the divorce suit of her husband, Jesse Marshall, she denies the allegations made by him. She says she was never inti mate with George W.- or "Jack" Crile. She also prays that in the final hearing in the case, she may be awarded the household goods and other effects. Alimony is also asked. Donkey "Ramza" Randolph tonight. Best dancing floor in the vicinity at the Gorgo. Dancing every week day and evening. tf HATi'iEiiD 1-5 A rEIS0NEE. Gate llituhetf Vp to Gowrn.tr Atklu.ou nuil Guards. Gkay, V. Va., July Id. Governor Atkinson and guards arrived at Gray. Elias Ilatiield immediately approached aud shook luuUt. with the governor and delivered himself up aud will accom pany tho governor and parly to ilnut- lugton. Wliilu tlio friends of the dead deputy, Ellis, aro very bitter, and a number of tht-m mut ou tlio tmiu, no troubln is ex pected. Hat Held is confident ho will bo acquitted ou the ground of self-dofeu.'O. I'utiil Tenement Ituune fire. Nbw Yokk, July 12. Fire in a live btory tenement lionsj, at 101 Monroe street, ca:ie-l tho death of a little girl and injured a dozen other persons, none of whom will die. Kfteeu families lived in tlu house aud the loss of life would luivo Seen largo but for the heroic efforts of the firemen. Rachael bilber, ( years old, was the child killed. I'upliiil of si':.'",oooooo. Trkntox, July 12. The Distillery Company of America, with an author ized capital of ?123,000,000, was incor porated hero to manufacture and deal in whisky spirits, alcohol, gin and all dis tillery products and byproducts. Of tho capital stock $35,000,000 is preferred stock with 7 per ceut cumulative divi dend. .User Not Ttenl.uril. Washington, July 12. It may be authoritatively stated that reports that Secretary Alger has tendered his resig nation are without foundatiou. The secretary has taken no such action nor hds his resignation been asked for. Xlie Chlotio Reached Cape Town. Wasiiixgto.v, July 13. The cruiser Chicago arrived at Cape Town. Ad miral Howison remained inland and was at Johannesburg, whence ho will go to Capo Town to join the cruiser. MRS. SCHULTZ Is Now Asking For a Divorce. Sensational Case at Zanesville Recalled by the Action. Chicago, July 12. A divorce bill filed in the circuit court by Mrs. Lucreria Schultz of 1S-JS Arlington place against her husband, Bernard "Van Horn Schultz of tho Velor Machine company, alleging cruelty and unfaithfulness, re called the sensation in Zanesville (O.) circles in 1893, when it was announced that Bernard Van Horn Shultz, son of Robert D. Schultz, a wealthy soap man ufacturer, had secured a divorce in Dakota from his wife, Mrs. Lucretia Schultz. Mrs. Schultz, formerly Miss Hubbell, whose father was also a wealthy tobacco manufacturer in Zanes ville, had long been one of the society leaders of tlio city, and the divorce was the talk of the town. Subsequent to the entrance of the de cree in Dakota, a reconciliation was ef fected between the couple, and in the fall of 181K5 they were again married, against a protest from his father. In the bill which she filed Mrs. Schultz de clares that she consented to the second marriage after her husband "on bonded knees and with uplifted hands promised and vowed that ho would be a good hus band and live a virtuous life." These promises, she declared, had all been broken by him. 24 Dead of Fever. Wasui.su tox. July 12 Surgeon Gen eral Stcrnbtrir received two cables from Major O'Reilly, chief surgeon at Ha vana, regarding tho yellow fever situa tion. Iu the first ho says: "Havard at Santiago telegraphs re vised list today (Tuesday) showing 123 cases with 21 deaths, including four of-A.n-? "P.ii,-ions Plftnrlftnin. Mclaucrh lin and Heatwole; also 20 civilian cases and five deaths. No cases m camp id last three days Headquarters ordered to interior." Tlio other dispatch reports two addi tional cases of yellow fever at Mauza nillo, live iu nil. G. A. R. Investigating Committee. Washington, July 12. The pension committee of the Grand Army of the Republic which, at the request of Com missioner Eruis, will investigate the workings and administration of the pension bureau, assembled here. The committee, wmcu is neauea Dy uoionei R. V. Brown of Zanesville, O., visited tho pension office and remained some time in consultation with Mr. Evans aud a number of chiefs of divisions. Every faoility was afforded the commit tee, the files being opened for their in vestigation and experts detailed to asin. thpin. Tinplate Wage Conference. Cri'iAUO, July 12. Officials of the American Tinplate company and repre sentatives of the wage committee of the Amalgamated association held another protracted session discussing the difference.- between the operators and employe.- in regard to wages and hours of labor. The final result of the confer ence wa, according to some of thoe, taking part in the discussion, rather un certain. Medal Dispatched to Dewey. Wasuinqtos', July 12. The navy de partment dispatched to Admiral Dewey tho medal awarded to him by act of congress to commemorate the battle of Manila bay. The admiral's medal is identical with those sent to each man in the fleet, with the exception of his owu name engraved upon the edge. GIFTS FOR SOLDIERS. Mt. Hunt. College Honored Veterans With Free cholarslil. PrrrbBOKG, Julv 12. A letter from Rogers. O., says: Mt. Hope college h;i granted free scholarships to the follow ingsoMier boys who fought against the Spaniards in our late war: James D. Rogers and W. George Kemp, Buffalo; Thomas S. Richards. Daniel Oollius and Joseph Hanlon, Jh'uw York city; Fred C. Frank and W. P. McJunkiu, Pittsburg; Joseph A. Ir win aud L. J. Roney, Cleveland: Charles E. Mizner and Robert J. Davis, Meadville, Pa., Frank X. Graham, Bennett, Pa.; Fred C. Rod cms, East Palestine, O.; Fred W. Ap pleby, Conneaut, O.; Henry D. King, Cherry Tailey, O.; Thomas Krai, Mt. Pleasant, Pa.: J. O. Shaw, Collins, O.; Byron T. Wherry, Scenery Hill, Pa.; .Noble Ells, Alliance, O., aud Charles M. Clark, Downington, Pa. There are SO free soholarshius yet to be granted. To those who desire to take a complete college education these scholarship are valued at from 4200 to foOO each. Tho soldier boys interested should ad dress President Galbreath, Rogers, O. Tlio scholarship1? will be granted within the next 20 davs. AgHlntt VUy Cir Linen. Cleveland, July 12. Municipal ownership of street car lines received a black eye at tho meeting of tho board of control when Law Director Hogsott sub mitted an adverse report upon-tho reso lution offered iu the city council last Monday night, providing for tho build ing by the city of street car tracks and leasing them to the highest bidder. He declared ho could find no law authoriz ing cities in Ohio to own or operate street railways. WAKD BUSS FOE QUAY. Declared lie Thought the Ex-Scnutor Could He Elected at a Spec ial Session. Pittsburg, July 12. "It is my opinion that if the governor calls a special ses sion of the legislature for tho purpose of electing a United States senator Colonel M. S. Quay would be re-eleoted. His trial and acquittal entitle him to such a vindication, and it is my opinion that he will receive it." The above statement was made by Hon. Ward R. Bliss, member of the house from Delaware county. Mr. Bliss was one of the most active of the insur gents which, as a body, prevented the election of Senator Quay by the last legislature and suaceeded in maintain ing the deadlock until the adjourn ment. He further 6aid he thought Magee would vote for Quay. He called ou some of tho Quay leaders while here. Exceptionally Good Is the Trade in Akron "Air Blast" Furnaces This Year. TiT Rill SLUS-p jhsjj&& OI9jf'VuBHACE. . . s AKF - -- 3 4 sat. MmHOemMtT V S-PCBEGERROHOI!,0. mm May & Fiebeger njwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwn Climax Are IVSacSe En Akron When in want of repairs there are no vexatious delays and no extra expense. Sold by s Jahant Co. 166 South Howard St. HEIR TO SUdalAJ TEROUE. The Czar Nwinnd the Grand Duke Michael, l'resldent 3IcKlnley Seut Mes sage of Condolence. St. Petkrdurg, July 12. The Offi cial Messenger published an imperial manifesto worded as follows: "Our beloved brother and heir to the throno, the Grand Duke George Alex androvitch, died at Abbas Tuman, June 2S (old styL). The illness which at tacked him might, it was hoped, "yield to the treatment initiated and the influ ence of the southern climate. But, God willed otherwise. In submitting with out a murmur to the decree of provi dence, wo call our faithful subjects to share our deep sorrow with us and to ofler fervent prayers for tho reposo of the soul of our departed brother. 'Henceforward and so long as it may not please God to bless us with a son, the right of succession to the throws de volves, according to the precise defini tion of the law of succession, upon our beloved brother, the Grand Dnko Mich ael Alexandre vitch. Nicholas." "Washington, July 12. The presi dent sent the following message of con dolence upon the occasion of the death of Prince George of Russia: To His Imperial Majesty, Alexander TIL Czar of Kusiut M. Petersburg: I tender to your majesty in my own name and in behalf of the American people, sincere condolences br reason of the affliction that has befallen your majesty and the Busssian nation in the death of your brother, his imperial highness, the Grand Duke George. (Signed) William McKinley St. Petersburg, July 12. Three months court mourning for the death of the czarewitch, Grand Duke George of Rusiia, brother of the czar, who died of consumption at Abbas Tuma, in the Caucasus, was ordered. AGAIN FORMED AN AGREEMENT. Iieport as to tho Compact Between Cal loway and Cassatt. Syracuse, July 12. The statement was made in this city that the reported compact between President Calloway of the New York Central and President Cassatt of the Pennsylvania was in reality a renewal of a former treatv. This agreement was made about the time oi tne lease oi the Home, Water- town and OmlensburB bv the Central when the Pennsylvania was about to fit out its branch called the Northern Cen tral with terminals at Sodus Point, on Lake Ontario. The recent expansion of tho Vander bilts through tho Beech Creek and Fall Brook lines and into Pittsburg was in violation of this agreement. The Herald Kttted that the real significance of the agreement inado in New York was a nuw treaty and division of terri tory which would put an end to the growth of tho Central branches into Pennsylvania. Train Dispatcher Kcinstated. Reading, Pa., Julv 12. Train Dis patcher James J. Rourke of 'the Phila delphia and HeadingRailroad company, who was ouo of tho four employes cen sured by tho coroner's jury which in vestigated the fatal wreck at Exeter in May 12. was reinstated in his former I position by Hie company. Ho was sus pended alter the coroner's verdict was announced. Tho company exonerated him from bl imo. .Delegates Keached Lou Angeles. Los ANdELO, Cal., July 13. The New York delegation to tho National Educational association, the Raymond and Whitcomb party from eastern points, the special with tho Ohio dele gation, tho special bringing tho Penn sylvania contingent, two Philadelphia specials and a special from Vicksburg bringing delegates from southern points arrived. Artillery Ordered to South Africa. London. July 12. The Seventy-third battery of artillery was ordered to South Africa, making the fifth battery of field artillery under orders for the Cape. Washington, July 12. Brigadier General Asa a. uarey, paymaster gen eral of the army, it is expected, will be retired today, h.vviug reached the age of U4 years. Ho will bo succeeded as paymaster geueral by General Alfred E. Bates, recently military attache of the United States embassy at London. fLflf&MlMllflilflgllgllB n tT - nm n r m & uiubia icicivcu up to date indicate it will be almost im possible to supply the demand. If we could get an users of furnaces to try ours one month in zero weather we could sen to all of MANUFACTURERS H2-1I4-II6 Nonti Howard street. Stoves and Ranges mnrrsfPJin Chocolate and Oo The chocolate and cocoa trades of the United States have assumed vast proportions during recent years. There are 11 establishments in the manufacture of various preparations from theso comodities, the capital representing about $3,000,000 and fur nishing emDloyment to 963 hands. The entire product is valued at $4,221,075. The Model Bakery sold over 200 tons of chocolate candies last year, all of which was the best makes of goods, such as Lowney's, Schraft's and the A No. 1 brands. It pays to sell the people good candies. Good candy is consumed and commented on, while the cheap stuff is cast aside. Phone 329. S. B. LAFFERTY. iniiiiiniiuiniimniiiimiuBP OF" Ladies' tan oxfords . . 75C3 s. Ladies' tan shoes $1 and $1.50 5 Ladies' black oxfords -75c Ladies' black shoes ! fSc and $1.50! Men's tan shoes ! $1.25 to $3.50, Men's black shoes. .$1.50! The above are all good'; values and reliable makes, j Special inducements dur- ing July and August on Trunks and Satchels. 110 S.Howard st. aiT',,'''-"""'""J WW Scientific Shoeing, The Best of Help, Kind Treatment, gAT A Cool Shop, iJProf. Rieh PhoneJ832. 411 South Main St. Special JULY 1 1 i 1 1 m i S v "ts V I Ig"0- ' "r T-.-.i-r-T-fr'--ttvm-K-fctrs?."j''i''- -sS&iiSK- iipfw afeghttafrVdnxtnw -? ri -" '-' - .I,.