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Heal Estate Security, Farms, Houses, Lots, also on Furniture, Pianos,)
Offce Fixtures, Horses, Wagons, Diamonds, Jewelry, Insurance Policies !
Or upon anything of value from $1 to $5,000. I also buy Mortgage Notes.
LOANS MADE THE SAME DAY. ,
BUSINESS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL.
aoom 4V, Central Building. (Old Beacon Block.)
ONE SURREY, cost $225, good
One 1.20O pound mnre.Aell bred.
Pathnnder. Everett Building.
. FOE3 SXL.EI!
FOUR ACRES OF LAND, SUITABLE FOR
RESIDENCE OR GARDENING PURPOSES,
ON STREET RAILWAY, NEAR SALT
WORKS. EASY TERMS. CALL ON OR
M. O'NEIL fc CO., THIRD FLOOR.
Two new houses on North Val
ley. St.. all modern improve
ments; clienp rind easy term1-. Elegant
Bionie on K. Market St.. must heboid. House
and lot Furnace st., 130; other homes mid
vacant lots. Tel. 121. Kdwln Waener, Kver
FOKSALE Good family horse and buggy.
Emjuire Geo. Hrodt. 35 K. Market st. 17-17
I V YOU WANT a tlrst-cliiss driving horse,
flnelr mated coach orcarriago team, call at
Btelner's sales barn. 1330 S. Main st. Noth
ing but tlrst-class horses kept In stock. Tel.
1731. X. It. Stelner, Prop.
Johnv Martin & Brother; Managers. Junlh
FOR SALE Bu-lness property, consist
ing of store room and dwelling, frontline -K
ft.. South Main St.. pavs 12 per cent on In
vestment: will entertain offer. J. I. Bnch
Jcl, s,s S. Hownrd st. Htf
FOK SALE Desirable Jots on Howard
Olive and Second sts. (North Hill) Terms
to suit purchaser. AW P- Davis, 130 North
Summit st. 3QI-17"
BUILDING STONE FOR SALE.
Chlce building stone by car load; also
brown stone from Warwick quarries. Orders
filled on short notice. C. H. Jones, 347 South
For sale Property on Dayton st.. $1,100;
food 7 room house, furnace and barn, only
100; One lot on North Hownrd st. at a
sacraflce; No. 115 Crouse st., 0 room house,
-well and cistern, line. lot, $1,500, on long
time. East Thornton St.. near Main and
Furnace, only JI,7O0. Properties in all
parts of the city at great bargains. Call and
see them. Money to loan Tel. 510. G. W
Gridley, 4$ Central building.
FOR SALE Store room. In lirst class
condition. Bargain for someone. Inquire
rW) Buchtel av. 16-1S
FOR SALE 7 room house. South Main St.,
with furnace and other convenlenlences;
lot 66-140; J1.700. Nearly new 6 room. house,
Wooster arc., $950. A number of lots on
Miller ave.,nt two-thirds their value. J.I.
Bachtel, 1SS S. Howard St.
FOR SALE OR TRADE No. 115 Kling
st.,!) rooms, furnace. etc. Tel. 511). Call on
gTw. Gridley, 4S Central building. Tm
LADIES We do all kinds of hair work at
our new parlors.
16-43 Misses LoSGCOY&AitxoMi,
131 S. Howard St.. Up stairs.
MONEY TO LOAN.
ON AVATCHES, diamonds. Jewelry, etc.,
furniture, pianos, houses, chattels. In sums
or to up. Business confidential. Akron Se
curltvand Loan Co., No. 193 South Howard
et. First window north, ot Allen's drug
store. Telephone No. 21.
TO LOAN $200, $300, $400, $500 and $1,000. J.
I. Bachtel, 183 S. Hownrd. 231tt
MONEY TO LOAN From $3.00 lind up
ward on household goods or any ehattle se
curitv and allow the goods to remain in
vourpossession. Cau repay us in inontkly
installments. Room II, Arcade block. Of
fice hours, K::)) to 11:30 a. m., 1:30 to 5 p. m.
L. C. MILLER & IVY MILLER.
MONEY TO LOAN On Jewelry, furniture,
pianos, horses, wagons, real estate, insur
ance policies; payable weekly or monthly
pavments; business confidential; evenings
7 to 8. H. G. Miller. 47 Central office bldg.
-$2iM0 at C per cent, interest.
H. O. Feederle.
$1 to $100 on diamonds, watches, house
hold goods, pianos, horses, etc. No delay.
Terms lowest. Business strictly private.
K. H. Calev, room 50, Central ofllco lmlldlng.
Tel. SO. mar 11900
FOR RENT Pleasant ofllrf rooms ou si-c-ond
floor. Kubler Beck block. Inquire
150 S. Main st. l-lb
FOR KENT 131 North Howard St., room
20x90, two floors and cellar, newly papered
and luiinted. first-class condition. Inquire
of Jnlianl A Weber. 1S-37
WANTED Good night-boy.
trict Telegraph Co.
3tff WANTED Salesmen to handle builders
and hardwaro supplii-s; metalic and as
phaltum paints and othnr salable articles.
Address American Supply CoM-WO Second
av.. Pittsburg. Pa.
""WANTED Boy to learn the barber
trade. Apply at.135 North Howard st.
WANTED A girl for general housework.
Inquire at HTOakdale. US-IB
WANTED A girl. Mrs. M. O'Neil, 400 AV.
Market St., corner AValnut.
AVANTED Two live salesmen wanted to
travel in this section for a tobacco factory.
Enclose stamp for reply, stating age, ex
fierience and salary expected. Box 902,
Blnghannon, N.Y. 10-18
AVANTED Experienced lnuudry woman.
Enquire 405 E. Exchange St.
AVANTED Some good party to plant 4
good lots on the AVest Hill. Inquire of T. R.
Brennan, 305 Sumner St., Akron, O. 14-10
HELP AVANTED Male U. S. Census.
50,000 positions. Clerks, stenographers,
Itookkccpers, enumerators, etc. Salaries
$540 to $6,001. Address Edward Troau, Madi
son. AS'ls. 14-19
LOST A gold ring with small diamond
setting. Reward will be paid if left at
Democrat olllcu. 1H-1S
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE A good bul ldlng lot on Brown
nv. AViiibesoId cheap if bought at once.
Address I.G., care Democrat. 133
A Beautiful Home
For rent cheap to the right party.
Money to loan at 0 per cent.
P. P. Bock & Co., 209 S. Howard
STEPHEN C. MILLER, Attorney-at-law.
Prompt attention given to collections. Pal
mer block, 103 South Alain St., Akron, Ohio.
FOR REPAIRING See George Hnuellne.
Watches, Clocks, nil kinds of Jewelry, 1.13
South Main st., under red watch sign. 222tf
AGENTS WANTED For "The Lite and
Achievements of Admiral Deuev,"' the
world's greatest naval hero he .Mural llaf
stead. i Inly $1.5i. iiullit free. National
l'ub. Co., Lakeside lildg.. Chicago. eod
WANTED TO LOAN
T1,X) to $3,ni at G per cent
for term of years if security is
gilt edge. Inquire at once.
Halo 3. Coates
Everett block. Tel. 1523
W. F. COLEMAN
Justice of the Pence and Notary,
205 AVooster avenue.
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
Homes on monthly payments, straight 7
percent interest. I have home- ranging
from J550 to 6,000. Can beat all competitors.
BUY YOUR PLANTS.
NOW IS THE TIME Get your Window
Ikixos, Viiv. niul Baskets rilled with choice
and hardy flowers.
E.J. BOLANZ, Florist.
("tit Flower Store 220 !
?. Eain Street. Rose ;
st. Greenhouse. 2l 1
House. S. Arlington
Wonsterae. Tel. 17:
MASSILLON COAL CO.
Wo have a largo amount of money .
to loan on good real estate security.
Low rale of interest. Terms most
143 S. Howard st., Phones 582 and 593
? ,- . a
jF s 4 - n a rjy
5 New machinery, new location. J
S "We guarantee our work. High J
gloss or domestic finish.
Nos. 132-137 North Howard it. J
Manufacturer of all kinds of brushes.
' Orders promptly attended to.
lBtrMILL STREFT. AKRON, O.
Notice is hereby given that on the fith day
of May, lstw, the undersigned, ns adminis
trator the estate of Jacob Foltz, deceased,
(lied his application in the Probate court of
Summit county, Ohio, asking authority to
sell as desperate a claim in favor of said es
tate amounting on the first day of May, 1899,
to $2,097.10, and against one David Stump.
Said claims has as collateral security
therefor, the right to a part of the royalties
arising from certain coal leases growing out ,
oi a contract ociween saia jacoofoitz, ae
ceasexl, and said David Stump. A copy of
the contract between said parties is attach
ed to said application and tiled in the Pro
bate court, and the rights of the decedent to
said royalties growing out of said contract
will also be sold along with said claim.
Said application will bo for hearing on the
3Kt day of May. lSSfl, at 10 a.m.
LEA'I M. KAUFFMAN.
Administrator of the estate ot Jacob Foltz,
deceased, per Otis & Otis, nttornevs.
Minister Hied nT His Injuries.
LvVXCASTEit, P.i.,May 11. Rev. David
Conway, pistbr of the Presbyterian
church of Mf. .Toy, this county, died of
injuries received inji runaway accident.
Conductor Dropped Dead.
GKTTYsnunu, Pa., May 11. Peter A.
Shcad, the oldest and best known pas
senger condnctor on this division of the
Yesteru Maryland railroad, dropped
iloid jus, as his train reached New Ox
ford. Greatly Reduced Rates to Denver.
Via Chicago & North "Western Rail
Avay. On account of the annual
meeting, General Assembly of the
Cumberland Presbyterian church, to
lie hold iu Deirver, May 18-2(i, ISUit,
Excursion tickets Avill bo sold at the
favorable rate of one faro plus $2.00
for the round trip, Avith favorable re
turn limits. Tickets on sale May i5
10, 1890. For rates and other in
formation ask your nearest ticket
agent or apply to D. AV. Aldridge, 127
The Arcade, Cleveland, Ohio.
Grand.. Opora House
"Wilbur F. Stickle, Mgr.
Thursday, May 11, Mrs. Anna E.
George of Canton, O., Avill lecture on
"Woman's Rights." Prices 2."c, ttoc
and 50c .
Saturday, May 13r "The Innocent
Mi. Smith." Mattinee and evening.
THUl BMPIKd Or? Trdb) SOUTH
Booond Edltlou A SsauUfaily
Illustrated Book Fun of Iru
Tha Firsr Edition of the 'Empire
of the South" having betn exhausted,
a. Second Edition ia now ready for
It is a handsome volume of about 209
pages descriptive of the South and its
T38t resources, beautifully illustrated,
and regarded by critics 'bb the most
complete production of its kind that
has ever been published.
Persons wufbiog to riecure this work
will please enclose lo the undersigned
25 cejits pr copy, which amiunr ap
proximates the cost oL delivery. Re
mittances may be made in stamps or
Address all commumuatiotis on this
subject to W. A. TURK, Gens-ral
PaBBenger -Agent, Southern Railway,
Washington, D. C.
The Best Railroad Wlta the best
Trains ' hrough the B. Bt
Country Pullman Oars
The Southern Bail way iu connection
with the Queen & Crescent Route,
forms the great short-line highway
from Louisville and Cincinnati to the
principal points in Tenneesee, Ala
bama, Georgia, Florida, Louieana,
North and South Carolina, with direct
steamer connections for Ha vans.. Cuba.
Nassau, N.P., and Key West. Double
daily trains with through ?Wpr
Only 24 hours toJacksonvilie;5!.tnnirt
All agentB sell tioketB vis the South
ern Railway. Round-trip tickets to
principal Southern resort"
Ask your nearest tirsket agent for
rates and other information, or write
to C. A. Baird, Trav PE&'r Agent.
Louisville, Ky., or J. C. Ream Jr., N.
W. Pass'r Agent, 80 Adams Bt, Oni
eago, III , or Wm. H. Tnyloe, AesiBttni
General Passenger Agent, Louisville
tress Atltllloni na to Jsit TVkC
the Remedies Will -Do.
that blB Dyspepsia Gura
rw core laaigeuica ana
all ctomach trouble! ;
that hit Kidner Cora
will cure 90 per cent,
cf all cases of kidney
trouble: that bla Ca
tarrh Cure will era
catarrh no matter bow
Ions ttandlnc; that hla
Headache Cure wULcure
anj kind of beadacbe In
a few mlnutrt; that
hla Cold Our will
quickly break up anx
(ens ef cold aed eo on through the entire Hit of
remedies. At all druggist. 25 cent a rial.
If you neM medical adrlce write rrof. alucyom
UOS Arch at.. Telia. It la aUoJntcIj free.
"We carry the largest and most com
plete line of foreign and domestic
brands of cigars at all prices to be
found in Akron ; also a full line of
smoker's articles. Our goods are the
best to be found in the market.
161 S. Howard St. Arcade Bid?;. Tel. ?68.
Machine & Pattern Works.
Castings of every description in iron and
brass for structural machine or mold work. '
Mnclilnonud pattern work. Phono Bf.l I
Cor Exchange and Water Sts. '
The Dixon Transfer Co.
Coal, Transfer and Livery
Packing, moving and storing of
goods. Coaches, coupes and carriages
for funerals, wedding-;, parties and
23 a.,5 !25(-n!i St. T'' '.
Considered forthcoming- Civil Serrlce Or
der Heard Gouil News From Sjn
Ulna and Philippine.
Hot Sriii.Ntis, Va., May 11. The re
assuring news forwarded from Apia bv
Admiral Kr.utz was a source of relief to
the presid eut.
During the morning Mr. McKinloy
gave some attention to the forthcoming
civil service order. The formal final
, order need not be expected for some
Whether it is the effect of his abso
lute relaxation from duties, the dry
atmosphere, or the result of his medi
cinal bath, or of them all, the president
was recuperating rapidly. A gentle
man who had known him for many
years, after seeing hiui said that he
never knew the president to appear to
be in better health. His color, he ex
plained, was an apparent statement of
Friends of the executivo are. much
annoyed by stories that Mr. McKinley
is smoking excessively and injuriously.
He docs not indulge himself to an ex
tent that is harmful."
A number ot commissions were signed
by the president, most of them being
army promotions. The formal an-"
uouueemonts will be made from Wash
ington. Secretary Gage accompanied the
president fora.stroll through the grounds
late'in the afternoon and last night, as
sisted by his wife and Secretary and
Mrs. Gage, received the guests of The
Homestead iu the commodious parlors,
boing introduced to each by Manager
Fred Sterry. The orchestra played the
President McKinley avsis given The
Associated Press news from Manila, re-
I porting the failure of the Filipino con
gress to act on the cessation ot the war
through a lack of a quorum, but show
ing a stroug peace tendency. The in
formation was most pleasing to him.
Secretary Gage, though he did not
express himself, showed by his smile
ami "brightened countenance that ho
shared the president's feelings.
Praised Tenth ltoys, Amoii Otlierv.
Washington", May 11. The adjutant
genera) received the report of General
R. P. Hughes, provost marshal general
ef Manila, giving an account, of the
tires Avhicii occurred iu Manila, iu the
early days of tho Filipino rebellion. The
report is endorsed by General Otis, Avho
said that it should be stated that Gen
eral Hughes was present in person and
that the tact and A-igilance of General
Hughes saved the city from conflagra
tion. General Hughes commended tho
troops for tho services they performed
and also spoke in liigh terms of the
English volnntecr fire brigade. The
troops were detachments of the Twenty
third infantry, Second Oregon, Thir
teenth Minnesota and Tenth Pennsyl
vania. LOCAL MARKETS.
WHEAT 72 CENTS.
May 11, 3 p.m. Butter, creamery
25c, country 20c, cooking 10c to 122 ,
lard 10c; eggs 13c; chickens, 14c per
Corn, ear 23c to 25c per bushel,
shelled 45c : oats 33c to 37c; hay GOc
to 70c a hundred ; straAv 30c to 40c a
Potatoes 60c per bushel.
Lettuce 12irfc per pound.
New onions, three bunches for 5c.
Asparagus 12c per lb. -
Radishes, thre'e bunches for 10c,
Strawberries, iSc qt.
Cucumbers, 10 to 15c.
Spinach' 25c a peck.
Pie Plant, 3 bnuches for 10c.
Wax Beans 25c a measure.
Wheat 72c; oats 30c to 33c; corn,
ear, 20c; corn, shelled, 40c; hay, $9.50
10.50; rye, 58c.
Butter, creamery, 18 to 19c. country
15 to 16c; lard, 6e; eggs, 9c to 10c;
chickens, live 9c, dressed lie.
Navy beans, $1.34, $1:40; marrowfat
beans $1.50, $1.05.
Potatoes, 40c a bushel.
Cured hides, No. 1, 8K No. 2, 8c,
green,No. 1, 7c, No. 2 OKc, cured
calf skins, No. 1, 10j.c, No. 2, 9o;
green, No. 1, 9c; No. 2, 8c; tallow,
No. 1, 4c; sheep pelts,lainb skins,
Pork, dressed, 4'c, live $3.75 to
$4.00; beef, dressed, 6c to 75c, live
L3cto4c; mutton, live. 4c to 5c;
dressed, be to 7.Jc; Iamb, dressed,
9c live, 5c; spring lamb, 15; pork,
loins, 8c; veal, live z to. 5
Sugar-cured ham, 84c to 9;ac;
shoulder, 5J-(c, 5jc; Califonria ham,
5c to 5c; bacon, 7cto 8,'c; dried
bcof, 10c to 14c; lard, sinion pure,
Gijjcintub; Cc in tiorces; country
kottlo 5r,c; pure lard, Sjjjlc.
REBELS WANT PEACE.
Desire Expressed at Meeting
. of the Congress.
NO ACTION, BEING XO QCOltUJI.
MacArthtir Wji. Aunitin;;
KebvK I'mler MHsrartl
Wine jiim! ISumt'tl m Ii
a I'u til Attack on '"an lVrnautlo.
Mavii.a, Mar 11. Reports received
' front the insurgent lines, which, how
ever, had not been confirmed, .slid tkat
I it meeting of the Filipino congress had
' been held at San Isidro.- There was no
quorum present, but in spite of thi
fact some business was transacted. The
rejiorts added that, although those who
attended were mostly partisans of
Aguiualdo, a strong desire for peace
Major General MaeArthur, it was ex-
liected, would remain at San Fernando
I until fresh troops could be forwarded to
him from this city to replace some of the
( volunteers who hatt become exhausted
from the Jong campaign.
It was reported that Filipino rifle
men to the number of S,000. were en
trenched on three sides of Bacolor. The
Amerii-an-. it was expected, however,
were fully able to hold the city, if Mon
day's attack wits a specimen of the ene
my's lighting ability.
The United States Philippine commis
sion had been considering a provincial
con'stitntinn for the island of Negros,
which was framed by Colonel Smith
and leading natives. It is largely mod
eled after the constitution of California.
While it has many good points, the
commission will probably recommend a
uniform government for all the province-;.
This constitution, it is intended,
Avill give the natives self-government,
co-operating Avith the military regime.
Work upon tho constitution, has been
apportioned to the several members of
the Philippine commission. The report
of President Schunnan Avill give special
attention to national, proA'incial and
municipal government; Colonol Charles
Denby will consider the organization of
courts, and Prof. D. C. Worcester will
investigate tribal, physical and com
mercial features of the islands. All the
members of the commission Averc con
sulting Avith resident experts.
Tho armv tinclad gunboats Laguna
de Bay and Cavedonga, under command
of Captain Grant, steamed up the Rio
Grande Wednesday clearing the entire
country of rebels from the bay upward.
When tho A-essels reached Macabebo
about 1,000 of tho, inhabitants of the
place assembled ou the banks of the
river, cheering the expedition lustily.
Captain Grant was given an ovation
when he went ashore. Many of the
Macabebecs expressed themselves aa
being anxious to enter the American
service for the campaign against the
The United States transports Puebla
and Pennsylvania sailed for home
Wednesday by way -of Nagasako. The
transports Charles Nelson and Cleve
land were expected to leave today or
The Philippine General Maseardo's
army inspired by. wine taken from the
storehouses of Bacolor and by the gen
eral's orators' on Monday evening at
tacked. Sail Fernando. There Avas tre
mendous yelling and a great expendi
ture of cartridges by the rebels but very,
little result. Generrl Mascardo held the
outskii ts of Bacolor, west of the rail
road. Iu front of his positions were
the Kansas and Montana regiments,
which occupied trenches that the Fili
piuos built m anticipation of an attack
from the direction of the sea. During
the afternoon of Monday Maseardo, vnth
a large x-etinue of officers, rode along the
lines frequently stopping to harranguo
his warriors. '
About dusk a detachment of .rebels
rushed toward the outposts of the Mon
tana rcgilncnt. but were met by a hot
fire from the Montana regiments line.
The insurgents, from trenches nearly
three miles long responded. After about
an hour's firing, during which one pri
vate soldier of the Montana regiment
was wounded, the insurgents subsided,
although they kept up a scattering fire
throughout much of the night.
Prisoner.-, avIio were brought into the
American lines said, that General Mas
eardo distributed barrels of wine among
his soldiers, telling them that he ex
pected to capture tiic city of San Fer
nando. Tito ironches undoubted saved
the Americans from heavy loss, the bul
lets falling thick nlont them during the
'engagement . General Luna was mass
ing bis army rust of thcrailway, bring
ing up troops bv- trainloads ill sight of
the Ann ricau lines.
The country lictAve'en San Fernando
and Ualuiiipu was tilling up with na
tives, who professed great friendship
toward tiie Americans, but avIio Averc
suspected by many of sympathizing
with the insurrection.
A Filipino connected witn the Ameri
can hospital corps was killed, it av,is
supposed by Amigo.
SHALL WE DISPUTE
The Opinions of Scores of Our Fcliow Citi
zens. Residents of Akron like other
American citizens, if making an In
A'estment AA-iint to be sure of getting
the Avortli of their mony. They want
to knoAV all the Avhys and Avherefore.s
and in a direct ratio to the value of
the investment they burroAV and fer
ret until satisfied Avith the collater
al. Take an instance in the realm of
proprietary articles. If Ave know of
a friend aa-Iio has been cured, we
haA-e some faith in the preparation ;
if Ave know of tAvo or three our faith
increases. If the cures reach scores
all AA-ell knoAvn citizens, and any
one who still maintains that there is
nothing beyond ordinary merit in
tho said preparation can safely, be
left to tho care of his fellow taxpay
ers. If he Avishes to pick a quarrel
Avith them on the question of their
judgment and veracity, he has am
ple opportunity in kron to do so.
Begin Avith this case:
Mrs. Fred Schwdej-, of 212 Brown
st., says:"! suffered much from
backache Avhich prevented my sleep
ing and I AA-as so lame across the
loins that I could hariUv drasr mvself
around. It seemed as though I
could not positiA-ely do mv house-
AA'ork and IkneAA'.from the kidnev
secretions that my kidneys Avere not
right. Reading about Doan's Kid
ney nils induced me to procure
them from Lamparter & Co.'s ilniir
store and the treatment did me so
much good that. I have had no troif-
Die Avitli my back since. The at
tacks of the backache have been
lessened, Avhile before I had them
nearly all the time. I can assure
you that I have a very high opinion
of Doan's Kidney Pills."
Doan's Kidnev Pills for sale bv all
dealers, price 50 cents. Mailed bv
Foster-Milbuin Co., Bullalo, N. V.
Sole agents for the 17. S. Remember
tho name Doan's and lake no (substitute.
Letter f rem O. S. Mc
Quillan. Sfrinj Hill,
Ja., tc Dr. llartman.
last fall my
to perform its
duties anil I soon
live sieges of the grippe,
period of three rears.
During all this time food was forced
through mv stomach by the use of
cathartics. Large blind piles bid fair
to block ill evacuation. My kid
neys soon became involved, so that the
Bcunt and often painful voidings re
sembled bei-fsgall. With flesh wasted
away, strength exhausted so that it
took all my energy to even get into a
bath tub, hopes all gone, 1 saw l'c-ra-na
advertised in the Iowa State Register
I wrote to Dr. llartman and received
his pamphlets, which convinced mc that
catarrh had jiossessioii of my head,
throat, stomach and kidneys. I began
to take l'c-ni-nn anil Man-a-lin. follow
ing advice ax Inch Dr. llartman gnvemc
free. In a short time I ate nourishing
food, and the piles, kidney trouble and
constipation sill disaj Reared. Klesb,
strength, anil a splendid appetite re
turned, and 1 went to work."'
The foregoing letter shows what
Ic-rii-na will do in cases of indigestion
when used according to directions
Write to l'c-rn-na Medicine Company
Columbus. Ohio, for Dr. Hartman'sfrei
books on Catarrh. These books explain
the nature of catarrh, and make the
action of Pe-ru-na clear to every one.
All druggista sell Pe-ru-na.
llrookc Reported -Tiro Death.
Washington-, May. 11. Gen. Brooke
reported to the Avar department tAVo
deaths in the department ..of Santiago.
They Averc Private JoeW. Bradler, hos
pital corps, abscess of hver, and Cor
poral Edmond T. Mackin, Company L,
Fourth volunteer infantry, consump
tion. A Gnu For Pittsburg.
PiTTSBUKG, May 11. The 5-inch gun,
carriage and sliield from tho Spanish
armored cruiser Viacaya, Avas brought
to this city from Washington OA-er the
Pennsvlvauia road. It will be placed
in Schenley park.
FIND OUT YOURSELF.
Wiry asK a p
whether your kidneys are diseased.
Take a glass tumbler and fill it Avith
urine. If there is a sediment after
standing 24 hours', your kidneys are
sicK. If you have a desire to urinate
often, a pain in the back, or if your
urine stains linen, you should at once
take Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite
Remedy, as delay is dangerous.
There is no question about its being
the best and surest medicine' in the
Avorld for any and all diseases of the
kidneys, liver,- bladder and of the
urinary passages, rheumatism, dys
pepsia or constipation of the bowels.
It quickly relieves inability to hold
urine, and the necessity of getting up
often during the night. It stops that
scalding pain when passing urine and
corrects the bad clfects of Avhisky
It is sold by all druggists at one
dollar a bottle. You can have a rial
bottle and pamphlet of valuable med
ical adA'ice sent free by mail post
paid, by mentioning the Akron
Democrat and sending your address
to the DR. DAVID KENNEDY
CORPORATION, Rondout, N. Y.
The publishers of this paper guaran
tee the genuineness of this liberal
THE WEST WANTS DEWEY,
Asked to t'oine by IVay of San Fran-
eiseo A Fine special Train
CniCAtit), May 11. The Illinois Man
ufacturers' association sent a cablegram
to Admiral DoA-ey, at Manila, urging
him to become the guest of tho associa
tion uihiii his return from the Philip
pines, and suggesting that ho adopt the
San Francisco ronto instead of coming
by Avar, of Ncav York.
Washington, May 11. The effort be
gun iu the west to have Admiral Dewey
return by the Avay of San Francisco is
being supplemented hero. The repre
sentative of one of tho large trans
continental railways called at the mwy
department and stated that if Admiral
DoAvey returned bj- the Avay of San
Francisco this railroad proposed to place
at his service an entire train, the finest
that' eA'cr crossed tho continent and
make it subject to his Avishes as to the
places and " time of "stops on the A-ay
east. it Avas urged also that tins Avould
giA-c practically, the Avhole country an
opportunity to join in the reception to
tne nero ot Manila, instead ol restrict
hig it to the stretch between Ncav York
. END OF STRIKE EXPECTED.
Proposed to Let Bishop Ouigley Appoint
a .Siipeiinlendent at Jlilfl'alo.
Buffalo, May 11. The trouble be
tAveeu' Contractor Connors and the grain
shovelcrs is nearer a settlement than
at any time since the shipping season
opened. The prospects Avero that before
the end of the Aveek the Avhole matter
AA-onld be straightened out, the grain
blockade Avould be raised and tho men
Avould bo at Avork.
A meeting of the grain shovelcrs Avas
held, tit Avhich Bishop Qniglcy sub
mitted his report of the Monday night
conference Avith tho lako carriers.
Last night the leaders Avere prepared
to make terms along the lines laiddoAvn
iu the last proposition made by the lako
carriers, Avhich provided for the appoint
ment of a general superintendent, avIio
should have entire charge of the un
loading of grain at this port and Avho
Avas to Le appointed by Bishop Quigley
and paid by the Lako Carriers.' associa
tion. Mr. Conners, tho present con
tractor, merely to dr.nv his commission
nutil the end of the year Avhcu his con
This change of attitude Avas brought
about by a conference held at Bishop
Quigley 's resilience, at Avhich the bishop,
the Rev. Father O'Counell, President
Keefe of the International Longshore
men's as-o.?iation and tho officers of tho
Grain Shovelcrs' union Avere present.
resilient lloliarl Was Better.
imiton". May II. Vice Presi-
dent Ilobart continued to improA'c slowly
and his family believed he would bo
able to leave tho city for Long Branch
about the end of the mouth. A telo
gram conveying tho compliments of
President and Mrs. McKinley and ex
pressing Iioih: for the vice president's
comfort was received by Mrs. Hobart,
to'Avhieli a suitable reply wasseilt;.
this I had
NATIONAL LEAGUE GAMES.
At PittsburgPittsburg. 5 runs, U bits and 7
error?: Cbiriimati. II run., 13 hits and 2 er
rors. Battcne: Holler and Bowerman; Haw
ley and Peitz. Umpires Hunt and Connolly.
Attendance, 1.0 A).
At Boston Boston. 0 runs. 6 hits and 2 er
rors: Baltimore, 5 runs. 12 hits and 2 errors
Batterie Ki'ibsdanz and Bergen ; Nops and
R tbitisou. ITmpires Gaffiicy and Anllrews.
At Philadelphia Philadelphia. 4 runslS hits
and U err-irs: New York, 3 rails. P hits and 2
errors. Batteries Piatt and McFarland;
Carriek and Warner. Umpires Swartwood
and AYarner. Attendance. 3,115.
At Chte.igi Chicago, 6 runs, 9 hits and S
errors:. lAiuisville. I run. 7 hits and 3 errors.
Batteries Callahan and Chance: Woods and
Kittrcdge. Umpires Burns and Miiith. At-
j tendance, 1.&M.
At Brooklyn Brooklyn. 9 ruu?, 15 hits and !
4 errors: Washington. 7 runs. 13 hits and ii
error.- Batteries Matil. Dunn and Farrell;
Wcyhingaud McGuire. Umpires Enislie and
McDonald. Attendance. 2.S19.
At Cleveland Cleveland, 2 runs. 7 hits and
3 errors: M. I.oui, 12 run.s, 14 hits and I error.
Batteries Hill and Sugden: Jones and Gri
per. Umpires O'D.iy and Brennan.. At
Mantling of the Clubs.
W. L. Pc. W. L. Po
st. Louis 14 5 .737 Baltimore 11 10 .524
Chicago 15 IS .714 New York ! 10 ,47i
Fhila 11 7 Ml Louisville 8 12 .4m
Brooklyn.. 13 s .GUI Pittsburg 7 12 .3
Cincinnati 11 7 .till Washington. 4 17 .191
Boston 1110 .521 Cleveland 3 10 .155
Catncs Sehedilled For Todaj.
Cincinnati at PitUSuirg, Baltimore at Bos
ton, Wa;lii:igton at Brooklyn, New York ai
Philadelphia. St. Louis at L'levelandand Louis
ville at Chicago.
Interstato League Games.
At Wheeling Wheeling. 3 runs. ! hits ano
7 errors. Manslicld.il runs. 13 hits and2er
ror-. Bit Scries Crabill and -Latimer; Hack
ett anil Belt.
At Tolitlo Toledo, 0 runs, lii hits and 1 er
ror: Ft. U ayiic. t runs, 12 hits and 2 errors
Batteries Fs-rguson and Arthur; Kelb ane
At New Catle New Castle, 5 rails. 11 hit)
and J errors: Youngstuwn, 0 rims, 6 hits ant
2errars Batteries Wadsworth and Grafllus
McFai-lau 1, Tro.t anil Donovan. ,
Grand Rapids Dayton game postponed oi
account of rain.
Interstate League Mantling.
Mansfiel 1 - 5
New Castle- 4
L. Pc AV.
2 .818 G.Kapids i
3 .025 Wheeling 3
4 .50J Dayton B
5 .444 Ft. AVayne- 4
Games scheduled .For Today.
New Castle at A'oungstown, AVheehng a'
Mansfield, Grand Rapids at Toledo aid Ft
Wayne at Dayton.
PiTTSBCao, May" 10.
WHEAT No. 1, ilO-lb test, 7172c: No. 2 red
CORN Shelled., yellow. No. 2;4(Xa4UKc; high
mixed do, ;Wt(:cl3c; mixed, 3S3&J4C; car. No.
2 yellow. 42l:';c: high mixed, 40.541c: mixed
:jSt.jlie; low mixed, 3337c.
OATs .No. 1 while, 34ii34Jic; No. 2 white
;E,;4'3:Hc: extra No. 3, 3:3Jje;.No, 3 regu
l.ir. .2ft32'-c: rejected, 31'ip32e.
HAY No. 1 timothy. $11.50(312.0): No. 2
timothy, JlJ.25a.l0.75: No.3tiniotny,$S.OO'fl8.50
No. I clover mixed, $I0.0J(,ltf.25; No.-1 clover
rtUo-rtlj.JI: No. 1 prairie, 8.00S8.50: No. ;
prairie, ?7.uy;n7.5:j: No. 3 prairie, ?7.037.50;
No. 4 prairie, $!i.i07.00; packing hay, 70
8.0J: No. I timothy from country Avagons
POULTRY Live Large chickens. 8090c
per pair; small, tiJiATOc: ducks, SOgdOc per pair;
turkeys. 10sl052e per pound; geests. fl.00Cgl.15
per pair. Dressed Chickens, 13'l4c per
pound: ducks. I3ftl4c: turkeys, lt'slSc; geese.
BUTTEIi Elgin prints. Uc: extra cream
ery K'.-.'ulSe: Ohio fancy creamery, 1516c.
i-ouutrt- roll, liftI4e: low grade and cooking.
EtiGS Strietly fresh Pennsylvania and
Ohio, in cases. ll:.12'-'c: goose eggs, 213 25c;
duck eggs, 14(3 15c.
Pittshurii, May 10.
CATTLE Supply light; market steady.
We quote the following prices: Extra. ti-UOgg
5.35 prime. $5.2O'a5.30: good, $5.tXg5.10: tidy.
Moll" I.1M: t'air.?4.1is4.t'iO: common, ?3.5CV4.00.
heifers. 3.2.W4.r-0; open, 2.50.,a4.15: bulls and
stags. $2.50!t-4.2-": common to good fat cows.
$2.-'5w4.U..: ijood fresh cows, 45.0055.UO; fair,
fZMUx'M: bologna cows, $10.00(3.20.00.
HOGS Receipts fair, about 11 cars, Avith un
favorable reports from other points: the mar
ket lulcd slow and prices 10c lower. AVt
quote: Prime heavy and best mediums, $4.05(3
4.10: heavv hogs. $1.05: good Yorkers, $4.05)
light Yorkers. $3.!).V?4.00; pigs, $3.8X3.a3'
SHEEP AND LAMBS Supply 7 loads;
market lira:. We quote as follows: Choice
weiher.s. $l.!HXo;5.UO: good wethers, ?4.7oM4.85;
fair mixed. $4.104.tJ: common, ?2.503.50;H
choice lamlx. ?0.00(s!).10; common to good.
$4.7C(u5.!0; .-priiig lambs, $6.0010.00; veal
calve-., $0.OJ(35.75; hea-y and thin, $3.004.0D.
New Y'oitK, May 1'.'.
WHEAT te,t market dull; No. 2 red,
8-5u spot f. o. b. afloat and 79JsC in elevator;
No. 2 rral, 81 sia to arrive f. o. b. afloat; No. I
northern. Dulntli, 81 Jcf. o. b. afloat lo ar
CORN Spot market steady: No. 2, 4J?6c
f. o b. allo-it siMit.
OATS -Siot market steady; No. 3, 3Uc," track
white. 3K .9--
CATTLE Light handy steers flrui: others
steady: bulls higher; cows steady. Common
to choice steer-.. $4.40(35.5); tops, $5.5-"5.70:
fat oxen. $4.I'5SL75.; bulls, ?3.CXKS4.t'5; cow-,,
SHEEP AND LAMBS Market for good
stwk linn : common and medium steadj-. Un
shorn sheep, $5.00(a COO; bucks, $4.O04.50:
clipted sheep, $1.0X155.45; prime wooled lamb-s
?7.2((t7.:J7!e; common to choice clipped do.
$5.5 (aii.C0; culls, $1.50; spring lambs higher at
HOOi Market higher at $4.20(1.40; licut
state pigs, $4.45.
T cure bilious and nervous ills,
sick headache, disordered
j liver and impaired digestion.
n--- jc.r: . i
mi ib m
Blend most softly and
play most effectively over
a festive scene AhentliroAn
by Avaxen candles.
The light that heightens
beauty's charm, lhatgivesthe
finished touch to the drawing
room or dining room, is the
mellow glow of
Sold in all colors and shades
to harmonize with any interior
hangings or decorations.
STANDARD OIL CO.
ror biiio every wiieie. ,oJ
WANTED Case ot bad health thrt
K-l-P-A-N-S will not lienelit. Send 5
cents to Rlpans Chemical Co., Ncav A'ork,
lor 10 samples nuu i,iw lesiiiuoninis.
AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY.
General Howard l.e-llleeted President.
Undenominational Mis-don AA'ork
t'rgetl at the Meeting.
Nkw Yokk, May 11. The seventh
annual meeting of the American Tract
society was held here General O. O.
Howard presided. The society had to
retrench expenses during the past year,
the total disbursements showing -?:iS2,-771
and leaving cash on hand of only
.$o'4:5. General Howard Avas re-elected
president. The Rev. John Wesley
Brown, the Rev. Dr. J. II. .Booth and
David Steele of Philadelphia Avero
elected honorary a ice presidents iu
place of three deceased members. Other
officers and c-imiiiiitteeincn were also
Dr. David .1. Burrell and other
speakers strongly deprecated the custom
of many clergymen in trying to have
the gifts of their congregations go to
denominational societies. They said
that the tract society, which now has
publications in 153 differeut languages
and dialects, does more good than all
the denominational evangelical publica
tion societies together.
speculator Died Suddenly.
Neav Yokk, May 11. William K.
Whit more. o" years old, a speculator in
mines, of Lcadville, Colo;, who has been
stopping at the Astor House, Avcnt into
the i'alm hotel in Brooklyn and ordered
supper. While supper Avas being pre
pared ho Avas taken suddenly ill and ex
pired before medical attendance could
be procured. Heart failure the likely
Favor I-abor OrgaulatiouM.
. Washington", May 11. R. G. Brooks
of Scranton, Pa., and Walter J. Mnllin
of Wooster, O., Avere before the indus;
trial commission, uotn aro nuno oayii-
ers in their respective localities. Both
complained of the discrimination of the
railroads Avhich oavu coal mines and
both spoko favorably of tho labor or
ganizations. TAKES A HIGH PLACE.
Stands Well in the Estimation
Attention is Naturally Excited When
Anything is Praised by People
Whom We Know.
A thing that stands high in the es
timation o"f the public, and which is
especially recommended by Ohio
people, naturally excites our atten
tion more than if our oavu people did
not praise the article. Such a thing
is going on right here in this state
eA-ery day, people are praising- Mor
roAv's Kid-ne-oids because they cure.
There is no deception, no humbug,
they do positively cure, and Ave fur
nish the evidence.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Remby, 534 Short
st., Cambridge, Ohio, says: "Our"
four-year-old son AA'as troubled with
weak kidneys all his life, and Ave
Avere never able to get anything that
AA-onld cure him until AA-e heard about
Morrow's Kid-ne-oids, and they
have completely cured him of his
trouble. Mr. Remby avjis also cured
of kidney disorder by the use of
Morrow's Kid-ne-oids in a very short
MorroAv's Kid-ne-oids are not pills
but YelloAv Tablets and sellatoOca
box at all drug stores and at John
Lamparter & Co's drug store.
Mailed on receiptor price. Manu
factured by John Morrow & Co
chemists, Springfield, Ohio.
l"or This ASggUl
8 lbs. Country Dried Apples .
2 lbs. Dried Peaches
2 lbs. Evaporated Dried Apples
4 lbs. Large Raisins
2H lbs. Seeded Raisins
ljij lbs. Dried Raspberries, Evap.25c
3 lbs Cleaned Currants. . ..25c
Va lbs. Evap. Dried Apricots. .25c
2l lbs. L.L. Raisins .25c
3 lbs. Best Trimes ....25c
4 lbs. Good Primes " , 25c
301 and 303 Mill st., Akron. Tel. 376
Lager Beer Brewery
All Orders by the Barrel or in
Bottles promptly attended to . .
Via. 0.5 A. Se C.Ry.
Train leaves 8:110 a.m., arrives Columbus 1-2 o'clock noon. Ke
turning leave Columbus 7 p.m. and 12 :o iniiliiiidit. Reserve
parlor car seats :2.h' each way.
lor n SZIMnSli CJiUISB take tho
COAST LINE to MAGKINAG
To Detroit, Mackinac, Georgian Bay, Petoskey, Chicago
o other IJnc nfTrrs a l'anorama of 150 inUea of nmI rarlrtf ami lute rot.
lenr Trii lr Wrrt l.rlwem
rolcdo. Detroit and Mackinac
vnu-kii, "TiiK snn." aisiirrrri:
AMI M LUT1I.
II1IT KITFSIa rtrUrtMtao Ha.VUaf mi
KrlHra. IsrliiJInv Xrl. antl Urrlhx. Apprvvl
imrU (n.t rrwm I ll-.rUnd. $19,211; frm
r.lr.l-, 41&Si! fmra llrlroll, ;i3.7i,
h;nd 2C. for Illustrated Pamphlet. Address,
A. A. GCHANTZ, a. p. A., DETROIT, MICH
he Easy Food
Easy to Buy,
'Easy to Cook,
Easy to Eat,
Easy to Digest.
At all grocers
in 2-lb. pkg&
RAILROAD TIME TABLES
f Daily; all others daily exeept Sunday.
Central Standard Time.
CLEVELAND. AKHON COLUMBUS.
Union Depot, Market St.
Columbus express .. i":05 nm
uommuus lust mall....
Col.-Cln. fast mail
To Mlllersburg only
No. 2sff Col.-Cin. express (-f) .
PITTSBUKG .fc AVESTEItN R. It.
Ill effect March 25, 180(1.
Union "Depot, Market street.
Leave for the East.
No. iif Vestibule limited . 1:55 am
No. Iiif Pittsburg express 0:30 am
No. I Pittsburg mail 1:10 pin
Arrive from the East.
No. 3 Western mail...... ..... .12:o5pni
No. !7f Chicago expresss 7:35 pm
No. 5f Vestibule limited 11:59 pm
BALTIMORE A OHIO.
Time earn: Nov.20. isjis.
No. ."if AVstibule limited I2:i5am
No. 7 Akron-Chicago fast mail MSB am
No. ITfChieato express.... ........ 7:55 pin
Arrive from the west.
No. Of A'ostilaile limited l:5nam
No.4jf Pittsburg ex press ...... 6:20 nm
No. S Chicago-Akron fast mail 8:15 pm
ERIE RAILROAD CO.
Erie Depot, Mill st.
Time Card: Dec. 11, IS'.'H.
No If Express x:3s pm
No 5f Limited vestibule ; 7:0rt am
No 15f To Akron only 9:35 am
No 13 Huntington special (ff ) 12:22 pm
No f Paci lie express . Bt52 pm
No 37 Aeeoininixliitlon :ii am
No sf Limited vestibule " l-".iam
No 12f Express S;.1 am
No 4f New Y'ork special 12:50 pm
No 10f Clinntnuqun express 1:25 pm
No 8S Accommodation 4:00 pm
(ff) Except-Monduyaiul ilavs after holidays.
C T. & A". It. R.
How. St. Union East
Depot. Depot. Akron.
No iif ii:15nm r.:.Tnm 0:10nm
No 4f :20am !:05am 9:10 am
No 1:10 pm'. 1:00 pm 12:11 pm
No lOf .5:13 pnv 4:55 pm 4:5s pni
No s 8:25 pm 8:15 pm K:17pm
No 7f 8:I2nm 9:05 nm 9;I'j nm
No 3 12:01pm 2:lSpm 12:27 pm
No 9 2:55 pin 3:05 pm
No Ef 1:10 pm 1:15 pm- 5:07pm
No 47f 7:35 pm 7:50 pm 8:00 pm
WHEELING & LAKE ERIE IVY.
3Iyron T. Herrick, Robert Blickensderfer,
recelA"ers. Time card: Nov. 17. 1S98.
Nol No3f No 3
Toledo (Union depot Lv 7:15 1:20
Spencer 10:15 4:25
Lodi .v 10:31 4:10
Creston 10:49 4:51
Orrville ll:ls 5:19 am
Musslllon .11:50 5:4S 5:50
A'alley Junetion... 12:15 pm rt:40
AVheellng Ar 3:25 9:20
No 4f No 6
Wheeling Lv 5:30 am 10:t am
A'nlley Junction S:m 12:55 pm
Mnssillon 8:511 liSO
Orrville 9:20 2:22
Creston .. 9:43 2:19
Lodi I0:u 3:03
Spencer 10:13 3:1S
Toledo tl'uioii dcpoti.Ar 1:20 pm isJu
General Trntllc Manager.
Assistant General Passenger Agent.
THE NORTHERN OHIO RAILROAD.
Time Card. Dee. 19, 198.
Depot North Main Street.
Depart No. 1 . 7:50 am
No. 11 5:00 pm
Arrive No. 2 1:20 pm
" No. 12. . .10:30 am
AKRON, BEDFORD CLEA'ELAND R.R.
Availing Room. North Howard St.
Time Card. Jan. 1, 1899.
Leave Akron eA-ery hour. 5:30 am until
8:30 pm, Inst car 10:30 pm. Leave Cleveland
eA-ery hour, 5 am until 10:00 pm; theater car.
11:10 pm. -
Notice of Appointment.
Estate of Ephrinm Hirsch. deceased.
The undersigned has been nppointed by
the Probate court ot Summit county. Ohio,
ns executor of the estate of Ephriam
Hirsch, deceased. All persons indebted
to said estate are requested to make im
mediate payment; and all persons having
claimsHigninst said estate are requested to
present the same forailowance or rejection.
Dated this 9th day of May A. D. 15W9.
May 11 18 25
KOR SALE Ten R-I-P-A-N-S for 5 cents
at druggists. Ono gives relief.
TP1 "WT OA Akron,
1 li V P v Ohio.
The Grealeit Perfection
et attained In Boat Con
Equipment, Artistic Fur
nishing, Dacoration and
DETROIT AND CLEVEWND
iW, S1 .50 lk PIrrrilM.
ftrrth. .. 1. SlaterMia, $1.10-
(Vnnrcttons aro maJeat C)vclaiul with
Krttft Train (or all points EU Snitk.
dJ aMHithwt,anIat Detroit for aUpointi
irth and Notthwwt.
MiadiT'Tnp Jn 4aij, Jiaui.
9epleaiher a4 IWafcer 0j.
Deiroii and Gleveiand NaviQQiion Gompiw