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? -wjwtaa" -t?l--5-,.'I35? TSpSSJHfiPIIIHI . 4i A-iU ' . .-'. r, ? - AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. SATURDAY DECEMBER 9 THE DAILY DEMOCRAT Edw. S. Karter Frd W, Editors and Manigtn. Gayer Ed H. Di La. COUBT, Met. JLdrrrtltlni; Drpt THE PUBLISHED BT AKBON DEMOCRAT COMPANY OFFIOX Democrat Block, Xoi. lis and UT Haln it, &OXS OISTAJfCX thoxb 180. Freildent . Vice-President, Secretary Treasurer. oniciis aicd siKscroxs. JAXXI V. WlLSH T. PAIQZ lrm Vr f3l wn .....I in .A T . X4A.AA. WITTTiwT OiVTVU Eow. 8. fisTZB. Jho. IIcNailaka ED. 11. 1)E IjA UOUBT. Entered at the Postofflce at Akron, Ohio, as Second-CUu Mall Matter. Delivered Every Erenlnr by Carrier Boy 6 CENTS A WEEK ByilalllSXO - - - 1JS for Blx Months Official Paper of thi City of Akron. TO TELEPHONE THE DEMOCRAT CALL NO. 180. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9. rfp"A>lrgPN'ciL3 IMPUGNING THE METHODS. The Deader of Thursday, in its fulsome praise of Mr. Sullivan, Mark Hanna's new District Attorney, says: "He represented Mr. Hanna as attorney during the life of the con spiracy which had been formed for the purpose of impugning the Senator' method of obtaining his election." As Mr. "Wackford Squeers re marked when he presented the mug of watered milk to the bound-out boy, "here's richness !" "Impugning" is especially good and ought to be copyrighted. Any man who has read the repon of the committee which did thi "impugning," with an honest desin to learn the truth, knows just whai "the Senator's method" was, ana that nothing more disreptuable orei 6mirched the election Henry of B. Payne or Calvin S. Brice disrepu table as these were. "We, however, call attention to th( fact that the services of Mr. HannaV attorney in the "impugning" busi ness, were limited to instructing witnesses, who had been sworn ti tell the whole truth, not to answei questions. Ab a prosecuting officer, chargec with exposing and punishing crime Mr. Sullivan will, no doubt, profi by this valuable experience. O course he will be satisfied when criminal, on the advice of his lawyer refuses to answer, and will pursiu the inquiry no further, butwill agre that the whole thing is nothing bu n "conspiracy," gotten up for th purpose of "impugning" Mr. Bil Smith's peculiar "method" of burg ling or tapping tills. Later on this same experience will perhaps fit him for the duties of hi office in enforcing the federal anti trust laws. Declining to answei questions is right in the trust line, and as Senator Hanna says he nevei has seen a trust, Mr. Sullivan's modi of getting the truth out of witnesse by advising them not to speak it may keep Mr. Hanna from eve getting sight of a trust, a thing greatly to be wished, as the spectack might frighten him. If some poor devil of a striker i; caught talking with his neighbor oj. the street corner, and is "haled before the Judge" for it, and hie attorney tells him to keep mute, ol course Sullivan will agree that silence is not contempt and all at tempts to get the truth outof him are only so many conspiracies "formed for the purpose of impugning" hit "methods" of striking. Seriously, considering Sullivan's known connection with Hanna's election and the "impugning" of the "method" of it, the appointment is one of the most grisly sarcasms upon the administrations of public justice. THE W ,.Z::eii (S.: t T- sr. i- T k-C'C'Vv I SEE THE LITTLE 5 u & ft ft ii i it i itf id) & Hi & Ut iti ft & iS iS iJS :5 i2 - r vS . :i iSt -"i ff The Proper Thin? For Young Ladies. in. jeweuer: 116 South Howard st. m n Senator Thurston, and a host of others are each contending for the honor of having written the gold plank of the St. Louis platform. A trifle more than three years ago these same gentlemen were falling over themselves trying to get out from under the responsibility for the plank. There has been no abatement of the Hon. Cbas. Grosvenor'6 zeal to be recognized as President McKin ley's spokesman in Congress. CAPTAIN Of Next Year's Team. The pie counter continues to lie the center of attraction at "Washington no longer equal to each other, and a "logical" axiom is violated. Since the above was in type wc have learned that at the caucus ol the Ohio Congressional delegation, held Thursday night, E. L. Lampson of Ashtabula county was agreed upon as reading clerk of the House. Lampson is another of the steppers isido in favor of the "logical candi Jate," and he too has his reward. But the stoppors from Summi: county stepped earlier and louder, md there are more of them than 'rom all the other counties put to gether. Perhaps they may be taken are of later. Just now, however. Dick seems to be taking care of "for :ign labor," instead of "protecting aome industry." This must be ac counted a sin in McKinley's eyes. But maybe our home talent is no! pressing its claims. Speak up, gen lemen; don't be backward about joining forward; be on hand whou Dick calls "next." LITTLE COMEDY Presented at the Bazaar Made a Hit. Annual Sale of Mary Day Nursery Pretty Articles In Booths. The annual bazaar for the benefit of the Mary Day Kursery opened Friday in Militant hall. It will close Saturday evening. The interior of the hall proper has been artistically decorated. Upon three sides booths have been arranged and many articles, ornamental and use ful, are for sale. At the north side of the hall a stage has been erected and before it Friday evening awaited a large au Jience of Akron's society people 'The Man from Arizona," is the aameofa charming little play pre sented by Fred "Work, "W. B. Doyle Miss Elizabeth Alden and Miss Bes ie Mason. It was well received and trill be repeated tonight. Ralph Chamberlain Was Unanimous Choice. Interest In Athletics High School. at tween the Eureka and Peerless teams. The former won by 1G3 pins. Score Eureka 891; Peerless 725. The Eurekas broke the alley record for five-men teams. It was formerly held by the Peerless club, who bowled 871 last year. "Wolf. of. the Eurekas has the highest individual score in the tournament. He bowled 203 in Friday night's contest. The Tip Top Cycle club bowled a practice game at Berrndin's Friday night. After the game Henry Dech, the prize winner, treated the club to lunch. Great Game. The question of the foot ball cham pionship of the West is being settled to-day on the gridiron at Madison, Wis., where the teams of the Uni versity of Chicago and the Univers ity of "Wisconsin are struggling for the title. Exhibition Bouts Pleased Crowd Friday Night. Alfred Rose Challenged Simms Local Sporting News. 'STEPPERS ASIDE." By the way: Sullivan, as soon as Mr. Korthway was dead, saw in Dick the "logical candidate" for his place. He stepped aside for the "logical candidate," and verily he has his reward. Judge Tibbals of Akron also recog nized Mr. Dick as the "logical candi date," and he too stood to one side, although he inwardly sort of thought he had some claim to the place Since Dick was admitted on all hands to be'the "logical candidate,'' the transaction, put in logical form, would stand thus: Sullivan thought Dick was the "logical candidate." So did Judge Tibbals. Sullivan cheerfully stepped aside. So did the Judge. Sullivan gets a fat job. But the Judge remains, and is likely to, in the outer darkness of non-offlce-holding. Things equal to the same thing are JUDGE TIBBALS HAS THE FLOOR. Speaking of Judge Tibbals, a BatL ownship man told us the other da hat in the campaign of 1896 tht fudge asked him how the Bath folk1 elt on the money question. Tho man replied that they wer iretty much all bi-metallists oi rinciple. , The Judge said he was too: tha he St. Louis platform pledged thi Republican party to that cause, and hat McKinley was the honestes' u-metallist anywhere. Now that the party has throwi side all pretenses of bi-metallism. .nd bills aro before Congress at Mc vinley's instigation, declaring foi singlo gold standard, we wondei .ow the Judge will explain tho thin? o tho Bath man when he meets him Then again, it is not so many yean 'go that Judge Tibbals was praising he Republican party for paying ofi he national debt so rapidly, ano tromising its speedy extinction ii he same party could be continued iii ower a few years. The Bath township man may want o know what he thinks of this same )iil which provides for keeping tht lebt perpetual in the shape of long 'ime bonds, bonds which cannot be redeemed, because they are to re main as a permanent security for the notes of the national banks, in favor of which, and for the profit of which, the government is to abdicate its functions of finance and go out of the banking business by thus furnishing the capital for, .private enterprise to go into the banking business; in othor words, it goes out by forever keeping in. FOUNDATION .ror Immense New Brew House Heavy Sales Reported. "Work of building the foundation or Renner's new brew house hat )een begun. Ten men, are at work hi the foundation. The building vill be completed by next June. Mr. Ernest C. Deibel, superin tendent and brew master at Renner's, -aid 25,000 barrels of beer had been sold during the past year. -.L Police Court. James Simms, assault and battery. 40 and costs and 30 days. Plaintifi ii. J. Baum. Andrew Lehman, assault in a men icing manner, $5 and costs and 0. lays. Plaintiff, Miss Herman Eber lard. Dan Murray, vagrancy, 20 days and josts. Charge of potit larceny agaiusi Louise Bergman dismissed at cost o plaintiff, Peter Taken. Ernest Kine, accused of driving hrough a funeral procession. Hear ng December 11. Pat Sullivan, intoxication, $2 and josts. Woodmen's Officers. Officers for the coming year have een elected by Seourity camp, M W. of A., as follows: Venerable consul, H. A. Harring ton; worthy adviser, A. A. Replogle: jlerk, H. R. Russell; banker, "Wm. vTcBarnes; escort, E. E. Chilcote. .vatchman, A. Dolphen; sentry, P. oelzer; physician, E. J. Cauffleld; manager, C. E. Halter. Masonic Officers. Washington Chapter, Royal Arch Masons, elected officers as followt Friday night: "W. E. "Waugh. high priest; Judson Thomas, king; Dr. E. Humphrey, scribe; R. B Wilson, captain of the host; Henrj Bonstedt, royal arch captain; A. E. Roach, secretary; W. A. McCellan. treasurer; Harry F. Runyeon, g. in. 3 v.; E. L. Billow, g. m. 2 v.: O. A. Nelson, g. m. 1 v.; J. J. Hunsicker, guard. LEND A HAND. Every citizen of Akron ought to be interested in the address that is now being sent out by the "Executive Committee of the Chamber of Com merce, urging Akron people to a greater degree of sympathy and co operation with the work of the Chamber. "It is our desire," says the Com mittee, "to make the Akron Cham ber of Commerce such an organiza tion as the needs of our city require. It therefore becomes the duty of every business man to loyally support such an' institution as tho Chamber of Commerce, which labors for tho public good." First build up the Chamber of Commerce, then make it an organ ized force in behalf of Akron's wel fare. Tho Executive Committee has therightidea. Its work Bhould meet with liberal encouragement, for never has there been greater need nor greater opportunities for intelli gent and well directed work in Akron's behalf than at the present timo. Editor .Kohlsaat, of the Chicago Times-Herald, Senator Foraker, BIRTHS. Kelly December 7, to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kelly, 605J AV. Exchange st., a son. Gallagher December 6, to Mr. and Mrs. Mike Gallagher, 11G Lods st., a son. WtTIOJt TO OtB HEADERS fn Dojing the remedy "To Cnre n Cold In (In Day," AAA.T1VE BKOMO QUININE TABLETS' e euro the signatures of tho Inventor s$&& ippears on etch packajto. Many worthies Imlta lona aropat np under similar nainea and are "aJcnlated to deceive tbo public Card ot Thanks. We offer our sincerest thanks to all our friends and neighbors for the assistance, love and sympathy which was so freely given during the sick ness and death of our dear and only boy.to all those who sent the beauti ful floral trlbutps; to the singers for their sweet songs and to the pastor for his words of comfort and hope, we can only say we thank you all. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Irvin. Card of Thanks. "We desiro to express our thanks to all our kind friends for sympathy and assistance during the 'sickness niiri Hmlnl nf ntir Holnvro1 tntka.t also to the pastors and Bine-era and Granite Lodge, I.O.O.F.. and Co lumbia Lodge. D. of R. .airs. ii.. wintz ana Family. The athletic committee of the Ak ron High school will meet Tuesday to make arrangements for next year. It is the intention to place a base ball team in the field and to close lates with High school and academy teams in this section of the state. A crack team is also proposed. Annual field day exercises will be ':eld in June 1900, either at Fountain oark or Buchtel field. This event las proved to be a popular one with he pupils, who take an active inter est in all branches of athletics. Ralph Chamberlain has been re jected captain of the foot ball team. Te expressed some doubt as to his attending school next year. If he ioes not, "William "Buck" "Washer .vill direct the plays of the eleven. The High school will lose six of this year's team by graduation. There vere a number of players on this gear's second team who will be cau lidates for the first team next fall. The second team played three games, .vinning all of them. Akron High will have a first class eleven next ear. Pool Tournament. The pool tournament at the KIrfc vood club is exciting much atten tion. The Winners during the past 18 hours were L. B. Lymans, R. J. Jhalmers, G. F."5firestone, B. B. McNeil, F. C. Kasckand C. P. Frain. Two Defeats. The B team won two games from he A team on the Kirkwood alleys 7riday evening., jTe second game vas won by one pinj The score: A 228, 1438, total 2666; B 1257, 1439, oral 2696. Exhibition Bouts. The '"smoker" girn by the North 3nd Athletic club, Friday night, was v success in everyl"fr&y. About 125 sports were present. Several excit ng bouts were pulled off but iuter st centered chiefly in the last one u the program. Art Simms went n against Johnny Dennison of Jleveland. Dennison is the man iimms knocked out at Rockport. The men brushed three rounds, in vhich Simms had clearly the best of he contest. "Art seems to be in the link of condition, and it is expected hat Monday night's meet with Tom ny White will boost him several ounds up the pugilistic ladder. In ntroducing the boxers, Referee Jeorge Touhey, said that White was mdoubtedly the world's champion, ut he saw a new champion in Art simms. As Simms and Dennison stepped into the ring a stranger at he ringside arose and said: "I challenge either of these men to 3ght within four weeks." "Who is the challenger?" inquired ilr. Touhey. "I am Alfred Rose of New York," .vas the reply, and tho referee said tie might be accommodated. The "barrel bout" between George strap and Geo. Jenkins was a laugh able affair with the boys evenly matched. The N. E. A. C. qjartetto jomposed of Fred Shank, Milo Wil liams, Henry Stevens and Frank Seely sang between bouts. Four clever rounds were boxed by George Church, colored, of Chicago, and Jack Palmer, of Akron. Tho rounds were fast and afforded a great deal of genuine amusement. Both men made many excellent plays. Palmer forced the work and the colored lad cleverly blocked most of the blows. Altogether it was one of the best exhibitions of the evening. A "white and black" scrap created plenty of merriment among the spec tators. George Shrader and Heze kiah Alexander, both of Akron, were the actors. The gloves of .one were blackened while the other were white. An exchange of blows left coloring upon tho men and at the close of the contest the honors were about evenly divided. Bill McDetrick and Jim Alexan der, colored, gave a three-round ex hibition. Bowling. The bowling tournament on tho Howard st. alleys stands as follows: Eureka, 5 games, 3781 pins. Crown, 5 games, 3592 pins. Cereal, 4 games, 2929 pins. Summit, 4 games, 2865 pins. Peerless, 4 games, 2857 pins. Each team will play eight games. The contest Friday night was be- Ninetieth Anniversary. The Ninetieth anniversary of the North Springfield Presbytrrian church was celebrated today. It is the oldest church in the county. Jj- Oik-Is' and Boys' $ Wirtr ii it TOES iiv ft ii it ii i 0 $ ii If you want to see just the kind of a shoe you are looking for for the little girl or miss do not fail to see the display in our windows of all kinds of toes, wide and narrow, and of the best money can buy at prices that are just right. Medium $ w ft ii 0 EElb-fcSo Man's Shoos That fit like men's shoes, wear better than men's shoes, and that cost less-than men's shoes. !-See Windows for Saturday and Monday. AN IMPORTANT BASEBALL DEAL. rittibnrjr Iloucht the Tick of LouIbtIHo l'lyers Tor 023,000. New York, Dec. 9. W. W. Kerr and P. L. Auten, owners of the Pitts bargteani, paid to Harry Pulliam, presi dent of the Louisville club, 25,090 for the pick of the Kentucky team. At the conference were P. L. Auten, Barney Dreyfus, W. W. Kerr, Harry Pulliam and Fred Clarke, and two hours wero spent in discussing the de tails. At the conclusion of the confer euco Harry Pulliam was authorized to make a statement to the public. He said: "Mr. Dreyfus, who is not connected with tho Louisville clnb now, has en tered into partnership with Messrs. Kerr and Auten and Fred Clarke has been made manager of the Pittsburg team, which has paid me $25,000 for the pick of my team. I have the check in my pocket and will tako it to Louisville. In addition to this consideration the Pitts burg club has released to mo the follow ing players: Gould, Dowling, Wilhelm, Chesbro, Magee, pitchers; Fox, Deal, catchers; Wills, first; O'Brien, second; Madison, third; Clingman, short, aud nctcham, Hoy and Dexter. Tho Louisville players selected by Pittsburg are: Waddell, Phillipi, Cun ningham, Flaherty, Doy.d, Woods, pitchers; Zimmer, Lattimer, catchers; Leach, Ritchey, Kelly, infielders; Clarke and Wagner, outfielders. The Mollneux Trial. N-v York, Dec. 9. In connection with the trial of Roland B. Molineux for the murder of Mrs. Katherino J. Ad ams, Mamie Mullands,theyoungwoman who cared fbr Mohneux s rooms at Newark, through a ruse was induced to cross the state line from New JoTsey to Buffalo, and was placed under an-tst and brought to New York city. It is said that she will be compelled to testify that Molineux was accustomed to use the now famous bine paper surmounted by the three interlaced crescents. Dur ing the course of the trial the defense admitted the identity of a certain letter as having been written by the defend ant, written upon blue paper with the crescents. Expert Kinsley testified that in his opinion Molineux wrote the ad dress on the poison package sent to Harry Cornish. Sfannard & Cooper 100 East Market Street. ft ii ii ii iii ii ii 0 0 ii W IT'S HiA-r YOU SAVE That makes you rich, and stylish, well made if you want to wear a SiilL Overcoat, Top Coat, Fancy st and Trousers It's to your interest to leave your order here. You'll find you save money by doing so. The Holidays are fast approaching. Come at once, give us time to be ready for you. No better assortment of Foreign and Domestic Woolens anywhere from which to make your selection. All work guaranteed. s MERCHANT TAILOR. 2 1 9 South Howard st. Lamparter & Pfeiffer's Block opp. Cereal Mills. At -the Akron Dental rlors You can get beautiful teeth that fit, look lifelike and are durable. A good set for $5.00 Bridpe "Wort $3.50 to Jo.00 The best will cost ?S.Q0 Gold Crowns W 50 to $5X0 Fillings 50c up Extracting only 25o Eighteen years of practical experience in the dental art. bills or orders entered Into by Dr. Felfcer. cheerfully guarantee perfect work and satisfaction. We can "Will honor any-due Dr. H. J. Saunders, omce.Hsu,.cB6i3 to Dr. Fclker. cor. Howard t Market Open evenings. Sundays from 10 to 3. EVENTS W BRIEF. Policeman Charles L. Hensle and a young woman said to be Mamie Jack son, were found dead in a room of a Houston street hotel, New York. They had been killed by gas, the two jets in the room beine found turned on. All windows were closed tightly and the transom ever the door was shut. "Whether it was an accident or suicide is not known. A suburban passenger train on the Burlington road ran down a handcar bearing five men, west of the bridge at Alton, Ills., killing two men outright and fatally injuring two. The fifth man escaped by jumping before the collision came. George W. Horton was hanged in the district jail at Washington, D. 0., far the murder of Jane Nicholson. Samuel Johnson, colored, aged 22. was hanged in the jailyard at Hagers town, Md., for rape. He assaulted in Jnly last Annie Kerfoot. tho 14-year-old daughter ol a iarmer living near Wiii iamsport, "Washington county, a few miles from Hagerstovyn. , rormer City Employe Arrested. Clevixaxd, Dec. 9. Samuel G. Brooker, who was a clerk in the city auditor's department during the last city administration, under Mayor Mc Kisson, was arrested on indictments charging him with obtaining moneys from the city upon false bills. This is tne fifth arrest caused by the city coun cil investi gation no w under way. Three secret indictments were returned by tho grand jury. Habeas Corpm Writ For Keesc. St. Louis, Dec. 9. Judge Thayer in tho United States court granted a writ of habeas corpus in the. case of John Reese, one of tho members of tho execu tive council of the United Mine Work ers of Iowa, in jail in Fort Scott. Bour bon county, Kan., for contempt of court. Tho writ vfas made returrable Dec. 27. Bail was fixed at $3,000. Demoustratlon Against Americans. Santiago de Cuba, Dec. 0. A meet ing held at the Antonio Maceo clnb to celebrato the anniversary of the death of Maceo developed a violent demonstra tion agaiust the Americans. Wholesale arte Re-tall AT TOUR SERVICE. Our stock, store, equip ments, attendants; oar Judgment, knowledge and skill in the manufacture of high grade confectionery are at your servlco every week day In the year. You can't get any better candles anywhere it will be difficult to get as good. "Wo can save you-money by buying your Xmas candy of us, as our candy is home made and always fresh and pure. "We Invite you to call and see our display of candy from 10c up to 75c a pound. Special prices to churches and schools. If you want prices phone us and our salesman will call and give you prices. N. LASKARIS CO. Phone 2S9. 162 South Howard st, &JS52 S. Howard st., op. city building. I Cold Wave HI -Also the finest line of- Josepu C. Itonclanrt Dead. New York, Dec 9. Joseph O. Hoag laud, the founder aud president of the Koyal Baking Powder company, died in this city from acute luduey trouble, Ioudu Man Confessed Murder. Detroit, Dec. 9. Harry HamberRor, the 20-year-old youth arrested on sus picion of being the murderer of John M. Reiudel, confessed the crime. Lord Salisbury Was Better. London, Pec. 9. The cabinet held a session. Ljrd Salisbury has recovered his health atfflcicntly to preside. SUITS, TOP COATS and OVERCOATS FOR MEN, BOYS and CHILDREN Which we offer at special sacrifice prices for HOLIDAY TRADE Great Bargains in Overcoats. Our $G.-u;d $7 overcoats in black, blue and fancy checks are world beaters. Come and see them, compare them with garments sold elf-uw here, no one barred. Good Values in Men's Suits, serges, single and double breasted at $7.50, $10, $12 and up. Scotch suits, all wool, nice check $5, $6, $7 and $10, best values for the money in the state. "We will sell you a fine suit at $7 and up not a $15 suit for $7; this is not reasonable but we give you more for your moneytlian you would get elsewhere. See Our Boys' and Children's Suits and Overcoats. Eemember John always gives the greatest bargains where the Eeople need them mostin season. "We have an immense line ere. Come in and buy your clothing for the holidays. Big 134 Clothing House HOLDSTEIN & CO. Building Permits. December 4 E. M. Ganyard,frame addition to dwelling in Myrtle place. December 4 Chas. Nelan, frame house, corner of State and Center sts.; also two frame houses on "West State st. ' December 8 "Whitman & Barnes Manufacturing company, brick ad dition to plant on Buchtel ave. J Two Innocent Tenons Killed. Adairsville, Ga., Dec. 9. Lucy Carbon and her child in arms were killed hero by Jim ilayfleid. Frank Bird was also wounded by tho same shot. The murderer escaped. Drs. L. G. and J. M. Thorp Have opened a new DENTAL PARLOR In their new block, Corner Market and Summit streets OVER CLARKE'S GROCERY. Washington, Dec. 9. The cruiser Detroit bailt" from Corthageua for Colou, where sh will await orders, tho revolutionary .iiovomcnt iu Colombia having boeu regarded as at an end. The cuptaiu reported that tho Colom bian goverument was massing troops on tho Venezuelan border and tho uu derstaudiug is that thoy aro about to attack General Castro's forces iu ro veugo for tho assistauce which tho gen eral w-s supposed to have extended to tho Colombian revolutionists. Grocer, Has always ou hand a fine line of GROCERIES, Including Fine Teas, Coffees and Canned Goods at prices that are al- wuys right, see me or can uei. oi. J.M.KLECKNER Cor. Main and Voris Sts. To Cure a Cold In One Day Take Laxative Brorao Quinine Tab lets. All druggists refund the money if 'it falls' to euro. E. "W. Grove's signature is on each box. 25c. Special For This Week. From Friday, Dec. 8 to Dec. 15. Patent A flour $1.00 per sack All country made flour. .93c per sack All package coffee lie per lb. 12 in. bar of castile soap 5o New crop 50c teas 40c per lb. Best canned peas 12c Potatoes 50c per bu Oyster crackers 6c per id. Also a large line of Dry Goods and Gents' Furnishing Goods "Which we are offering at the very lowest prices. John C. Herbruck 186 S. Howard St. Telephone 2S3. BUY YOUR COAL OF Geo. H. Ruggles, -: dealer nr Magnolia Coal. Office: RWjrc St., 3 doors east of R. Howard st.,'near Valley Depot, Salti Made to Order. Satisfaction Guaranteed Frank Ullrich, Tailor Cleaning, Repairing and Pressing; For Ckeap Prices, Come and See He. 240 S. Howard s-t. Over Mrs. Swartz's Clear Store. TRIERISHER HOF, VI. AS EIN, Prop. Ko. 534 South Main Street. Heaitnarters for German Laaiwearvertln. Domestic and Imported Wines, Lienors and Clears. f. :U . "'"1'flU. I!1!'