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THE GEO. K. FOLTZ CO.
Best Spring Blood Purifier
AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT
Jewelers and Opticians
162 S. Main St.
Barky SanaparUIft, taken with Little
Hop puis. For ial at .
No. IOA E. rVInrlco St.
Art Goods & Picture Framing
Formerly Cogswell's Art Store.
VOLUME EJGHT. NUMBER9
AKRON, OHIO, MONDAY EVENING, MAY 1, 1899.
PRICE ONE CENT
Street Railway & lUumina tinjr eoiu
Tn TnqnPon IriO P.OCQ pany. He was a line man and was
I U II ClIIOIwl lllw Uwwt t
Request t)f the Defendant
Was Not Granted.
Affidavits of Prejudice
New Rule Adopted by Sheriff
Frank G. Kelly.
Grand Jury Commenced Ms Regular
Judge Kohler refused to assign the
case of Grafton S. Whittier is. the
A.B.&C. Railroad Company to. fudge
Nye Monday morning. ,.
Attorney Cobbs, lepresenting the
defendant, asked that the transfer
be made. This case grow s out of the
accident which resulted in the death
of Conductor Justus II. Wnlborn. In
the trial or that case the plaintiff re
coveied $10,000. The judgment was
Mil aside by the Ciicuil court. It was
because of this that the defendant
asked for a transfer of the Whittier
case. Judge Kohler -aid he would
hear the case unless an affidavit of
prejudice was filed against him by
Shotifl 1'. G. Kelly lias adopted a
new iiilcwhich will be rigidly en
forced. Heieafter all divorce sum
mons must be paid for before being
served. The sheriff has lost his fees
in these cases many time.".
Cynthia E. -and W. H. Hansard
have tiled an answer in an action
commenced by Geo. J. Renner to
collect tH'i due on a note. They do
not deny the existence of the note.
It is alleged that they were intitni
datciHiito signing it by Attorney A.
J. Wilhelin, who threatened to fore
close a moitgage unless they did so
The regular grand jury began its
session Monday morning. Judge"i
Kohler made no-special mention of
...... ...iWiniit.ip fi?.i ni(iliji.t. f wfniirr
,111 inuiii ii(U iticji 'yi vi(i" wi , .siig i
doing in his charge. The grand jury
is made up as follows: G. W. Grid
ley, foi email, C.Y York, W. N. Haw
kins, George Smith, J. S.'Taggari, G.
Kd?stctter, Samuel Leib, N. S. l'or
ler, G. Iv. "Wilson, Henry Musser,
Elias Rothrock, John II. Williams,
Henry Vmiiy.H. S. Fnlbr and R. F.
Palmer. (). E. Lytic was appointed
bailiff for the grand jury.
Samuel.Rcariek has filed an action
agaiu&l Aila 1j. and Frank Keisler.
He alleges that he purchased a tract
of land in Monroe Falls from the de-c
fondants for $!00. He says the deed
was fraudulently made, leaving out
a large portion of the land in the
E-rery morning I have a bad taste In my
month; my tongue is coated; my head
ar.hr and I of ten f el dlziv. I hare no anno-
lite for breakfast, and -what food I eat il-
tresses mo. I haTe a heavy feelmjr in my
etomich. -I am gettmg Fo weak that some
times I tremble, and my nerves are all nn
ptroiig. I am getting pale and thin. I m
s trred In tbo morning as at nigbt."
Wna i is the trouble ? Impure blood.
What Is bis remedy ?
ci.no bottle. Atalldrngglra.
TSTrrt AnA fT tWIl Of AVeS PUIS
each night. Tou cannot be cured
if troubled with constipation.
Write ui freely all Hl"??J" S.
jmir tut. Vou will foe-e a Inpt-
p$ This YquF
I Story? J
Showds Cooler tonight and Tueri-
I description. He asks that it be cor-
Chark-h McAllister has commenced
' n $5,000 damage ease a garnet the Ak-
injured by being throw u from-a lad-
der on "Woo-ter a v.
W. H. Williamson ha- sued E. H.
j Spicer for $TiiiO alleged to be due on a
i Henrietta Byrider asks for the
foreclosure of a mortgage given to
secure a if 1 JoOO note. The defendants
jare August Kinipilin et al.
' Affidavits of Prejudice.
Allidavits of prejudice againsl
'Judge-J. A. Kolilerhave been filed
in the Kaseh caaes.
. Injunction Continued.
The injunction heretofore issued in
the case of Nellie L. Hower et al vs.
the American Cereal company, ha
beeii continued by Judg
George Forbes, Macedol
I Rachel Johnson "
George McCarty, India i
Gcrda Fessenden, Akroi
Terrible plagues, tin
pestering diseases of th
an end to misery. Doat
cures. At any drug sto
If in need of a. pumj
see Cahow Pump Co.. 1 1,
Deserve a Hall
Mr. J. W. Little Suggests
. Will be Popul:
To the Editor of the Dei
Having a matter I w
bring to the thought!!
Summit county, I brinj
the Dijmocbat, thinki
reach more people who
terested than in any o
was one of the men who
new cpurt house at our L
not that I want more lai
possible. But what w
pelled to have, I wan
suitable place, and I
place for all valuable I
must be preserved and a
porta'nt to nearly every
The proposition I wan
all the voters to con
w hen a new court house
a hall be made for the C
with all modern tmprovi
of rental, and for their e
as long as one member
the county and then for
home and for" the safe,
relics and records of
the county, a sacred plai
children can visit in yea
Why do I think this rij
Because the loyal men i
they would remember u
go to the front, which
mot nobly done. Rut
of our old soldiers are i
growing less in every pi
this country, and many i
init county can hardly
the c:penseof rent, etc.
the work for the need
Buckley post of Akron
largest in the state,"does
the needy of their post w
spirit of comradeship
equalled anywhere in th
country of ours. Then 1
.expense of keeping the 1
ben where burdens shoi
What we want is a hou
G. A. R. man in -Sum.,
when his post is closed for. want or
members or otherwise. y j
T am sure that when thqtime"
comes, (as it will), that this thougEt
will meet the approval of all just
people in the-couuty. There are'
others when plans are completed,
who will be also remembered, our.
noble volunteers of 1899.
J. W. Little.
And Its Relations to City Affairs
Rev. C. J. Tannar preached an in
teresting sermon Sunday morning at
the First Church of Christ on "The
Church and the City."
He took his text from the 18th
4 .Revelation, 21-2, which lefers to
the contrast between tw o cities. He
dwelt along the line of the rapid
growth of new cities and rend sta-
tistics showing (he amount of crime
committed in those places.
, Hesaid, among other things, thai
New York city, w hich occupies a
space of HC0 scpiaie miles, bus a pop
ulation as great as (he oiiginal thir
teen colonies. Hi also said that
special etrorts should be made for the
redemption of these wicked cities.
AT THE HOSPITAL
I Miss Eliza Russell Died of Dread j
MissEliza Russell, 104 Wood st..
.ged ;g years, died at the hospital
last night at 12 o'clock of consump-
Sunday afternoon her condition
beeanif very serious," and the doc
tors advised that she be taken to the
hospital where -lie would be able to
lecene piote-sienal care. Parks'
ambulance lemoved her late in the
afternoon, but she continued to grow
weaker and died at midnight.
Funeral services at the residence
May 2nd, at 11 a.m. Interment at
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Conference on the Appointment of a
Mayor Young and Judge Anderson
held a 15 minute conference Monday
afternoon in Mayor Young's office.
No agreement was reached in regard
to the appointment of City Commis
sioners. Progress Club Minstrels.
The Progress club gave, a ministicl
entertainment in Standard hall last
night which w as largely attended.
Harry Polsky made the hit of the
evening. ' His work last night evi
denced the fact that he has no peer
in the field of local miustrilscy.
Among the persons who scored in
dividual hits were Ed Leopold, "Viii.
Levison, .Joe Fleischer and Jo'e Hol
lander. Miss Etta Parks, of Newark, is
visiting her uncle, Dr. T. C. Parks,
. .lHapjm Stopy Qf
: the Beacon-Journal.
Was the New York Correspondent
Guilty of Plagiarism?
David Hannum. the incidents and
experiences of whose life furnished
the basis for the popular novel
"David Hartim," is enjoying as ex
tensie an acquaintanceship as any
living man. The most recent ac
quisition to his long list of fijends
is the Beacon-Journal, whoe ac
quaintance Mr. Hannum must have
uiade simultaneously with (he cot-,
respondent of the New Yoik Com
mercial Adi.crtiser. riw""'asw
or Incomplete material Replaced
jstiunua.v aiternoou m common plead
court with Judge Stone oil" the bench;
May : : :
Under the auspices of the local
lodge of Elks for lh benefit of the
BY THE WORLD FAMOUS
5 a Eminent
F. GIANNINI, Tonor
One of the GREATEST
' GRAMS ever hea.ul
in tin's city.
Prices $1, 75c, 50
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, WITH A RUSH
Many Cases .Heard by
Mayor W. E. Young.
General Raid Made by
LTAvoissauJt.and.Batter,yCases4i(w.ls? vou t0 ?et our estimate before making other arrangements.
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OVERSIZED (over 18 wide or
A?DTsfiller and Geo. Stiennick
wero given 2 and costs each for in
toxication. Gertrude Carl.vle was fined $& for
keeping a house of ill fame; Anna
Bnhart, $:t3; Ella J. Roehr, $&, and
Jennie Bennett, $15. The following
were paeh fined $10 ami costs for be
ing inmate of th" same: Anne
May, Elainic Ashton, Jessie An
drews, Myrtle Rogers, BolloRoborts.
Vera Dale, Fern Kemple, Mary
The cases of. Lo vina A. Predinore,
for keeping a house of ill fame, and
Grace Hall, for being an inmate,
were continued until Thursday morn
Will Not Reach Akron Before
nesday or Thursday.
It w ill be Wednesday and perhaps
Thuisday before (he East Ohio Gas
Co. will be ready to supply natural
gas to the residents in Akron. There
remains hut 20 miles of the mains to
be tested, but the uncertain condi
tion of now mains, keeps the gas
company from making any prediction.
We Have Made Provision For Storing Your FURS
During the summer month's, warranting them against mo-fchs,
Fir and -theft, charging you only the exact cost of insurance,
which will be regulated by the value you place on garments. e
havo made unusual preparations for
the re mode I i n g of -f u rs of all description, and would ad-
iniform satisfaction given hundreds of patrons
is a standing guarantee of .the excellence of our
f Rev. Blake.
relied in a body Sun
St. Paul's Episcopal
d bv the Eighth Reg
!he church was not
o accommodate the
ny were compelled to
he eightieth ammer
ir, and the lodges as
ience to the order of
e, which designates a
e appropriately com-
he order in nltend-
iddress was instruct
In his introductory
Mewed the history of
bowed its far-reach-
nd power. In speak-
o-fold intent of this
lat the social feature
.governed, helped to
social elements, and
re considerate of the
His closing w oids
eafnestnebsfliriade. a deep impression
TipouTtn?audiQnce. "Take the name
ftf.lesiis with you, for in Him you
have thcgiealest friend. The most
astounding exhibition of loe that
the world evor saw and the very es
sence of all truth; for He is the Way,
the Truth and the Life."
Addressed the Knights.
Rev. N. .1, Myers delivered a ser
mon lo the Uniformed Rank Knights
of Pythias at St. Paul's Lutheran
church' Sunday morning.
I. 0. 0. F.
Granite Lodge met in usual form
with the respective officers in their
chairs, the third "degree being con
ferred on one candidate.
Summit Lodge met Monday uvuu-i
mgwiiii tnc usual attendance aim i
confened the thiid degree on one I
candidate. There will be work in '
the initiatory degiee. Brother Rob- J
ort Mooie, who was an einployo of
the Erie company, has been heard
fi oni af bis mother's home in Afnus
llold as iinpioving nicely. He has
had quite a siege of sickness.
Nemo lodge met Tuesday evening
with a fair attendance. One candi
date was elected. Thno will be
work Tuesday' e euing.
Akron lodge met Wednesday even
ing Willi n good attendance. Two
O'NEIL & CO.
candidates for the intiatory degiee
j Wednesday evening.
Colfax lodge D. of R. Thursday
I evening had a large attendance and
1 many visitors. Fh e candidates re-
Continued onTiiird Page.
Should .do Some More
Over His Law Books His Interview
Made Laughing Stock.
The article recently printed in the
Beacon, purporting to be an inter
view with Judge G. AL Anderson,
has caused the members of the legal
profession no little amusement.
The stand taken by Judge Ander
son in' reference to the municipal
TrrtiiWui:: 'i'"'-" "--Vi""""s
is entirely different to that taken by
lawyers who are recognized to
be his superior in every way.
A Dkmockat reporter asked Judge
Stuart to give his views on the ques
tion. He said he had not given the
matter any considerable study but
that he felt sure that there was ab
solutely no foundation forjudge An
derson's opinion. He said "In the
alleged interview of Judge Anderson
I believe lie says that bonds for con
duits could be issued or the purpose
of street improvements. T fail to
see where in the work could come
under that head. The interview
was probably written by the Central
Union Telephone company's r-epre-
1 sentalives and authorized by Judge
Cure that ingrown toe nail byusing
"Dr. Ararvel's Ingrown Too Nail
Remedy" price 25c.,, For salo by all
Card of Thanks.
We desiie to express our. deepest
gratitude to the employes of the Good
year Tire and Rubber Co., for their
kindness and generosity shown to us
at the time of my injury by the niit
chinery while at work there.
A. APAJIS AJs'D Wikk.
Coins & Co.'s Special Sale."
Specialsale on Ladies' White and
Utnul Ciiil(ii ITafi 1jwIi- nfrori)nnti
jit ;! oVloi-k- in "con iv enVb. Coons'
Up-to-Date' 5c and 10c Store, 166
Saturday afternoon special Rib
bon sale. Nothing sold over 10 cents.
to Be An Infantry Company
The details for the reorganization
of the Ohio National Guard haVe all
been completed. Orders have been
given for 2,000 new uniforms hich
will be issued as soon as they are re
ceived. Battery F of this city is to
become an infantry company under
Captain Herman Werner. Akron is
to be made headquarters of the
Wakes the food more delicious and wholesome
Bom. mcm rm ., T nm.
during the past three
Whether the Kirkham Tile Works
Will Be Rebuilt.
The tile combine, which is being
engineered by Chicago parties, will
include the Kirkham Art Tile com
pany of Barberton. It is not decid
ed whether the plant will be rebuilt.
FLOWER THIEVES The Mower
j thief has made his appearance again.
Mr. David Hart, residing on East
Market St., had a number of beauti
ful tulips stolen from his yard Sun
day night. The officers wilt keep a
special lookout for this class of offen
ders. BIDS OPENED Bids were open
ed Saturday in Washington for
furniture for the public building at
Akron. The bidders were Sextro
Furniture company, Cincinnati,
$1,(513 fMiddletown (Penn.) Furniture
company, $1937, and Robert Mitchell
Furniture . , eornjMiiiy. .-Cincinnati,
r,sio: ' - -'-
TYPHOID FEVER Miss Mattie
Haberkosr, 137 Ash St., aged 18 years,
is ill with typhoid fever.
BIG SUNDAY BUSINESS The
fine spring weather attracted over 500
people to Randolph Park yesterday.
This popular -tesort will this year
be made more attractive and pleas
ant than in any previous years. The
Walsh Co. did a hustling business
GOOD CATCH Dr. H. W.Cole,
E. A. Heifer and J. H. Gehres caught
21G fish at the Reservoir.
"sewer pipe manufacturers will leave
for New York Wednesday to attend
the meeting for the organization of
the Tederal Sewer Pipe company,
FINE MENU The Sunday din
ners at the Buchtel are meeting with
popular favor. Yesterday an ex
ceptionally fine menu was served.
Slickle's orchestra furnished music.
EXCURSION More than one
hundred and fifty people joined the
first excursion party of the season to
" PRIVATE FUNERAL The pri
vate funeral of Martha L. Haberkost
will take place at the residence May
2 at 2 p.m. Interment in Glendale
FINED IN MEDINA William
Detrick of Akron and Harvey Long
were fined $10 and costs' at Medina
for "ttrespassingand severing crops
from the lands of another." Mr.
Detrick's bond was declared forfeited
and a warrant issued, but the for
feiture was set aide upon hisap
pearance in court.
DIED IN CLEVELAND The re
mains of Gebhard Boss, brothcr-in
law to Father Braun, arrived in Ak
ron Monday from the home, in Cleve
land and was interred in St. Ber
nard's cemetery, in the afternoon.
Air. Boss was oS years of age. 'He
died of cancer of the stomach.
THE PIPE COMBINE The pipe
combine, which includes the Ohio
Tube eq'mpany of Warren, in which
many Akron men are interested, will
be closed in a few days.
FEW APPLICANTS The num
ber of applicants at the recruiting
office is rapidly decreasing. There
ha been but few applicants the last
four days. Curtis A. Rebeaux of
Akron, was the sole applicant today