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VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 4A
A Candidate For
be Guided by Wishes of Summit
His Candidacy First Suggested by a
Mayor Young May be a Candidate For Attorney
Judge C. R. Grant authorized hib
friends to make a formal announce
ment today that he will be a candi
date for the nomination for Justice
of the Supreme Court, subject"" to the
will of the Democratic state conven- J
More than three month-, ago am
eminent member of the Franklin
countv bar. a man prominent in
lie life at Ohio's capital, well ac-'
quainted with Judge Grant's ,
splendid attainments as a lawyer,
nd his canacitv to grace the su- ,
v. -.i Ji, i,i...ifi
nrpnip bench with credit to liiinselt I
and his constituents, FUggestd to
an Akron friend that the Judge be
urged to enter the race for the nom
ination for Supreme Justice.
When informed of this suggestion
.!. t...i ,.,,, ;u, I fr.fnl.-t. Hin mnt;
lUCJUUgCllU"HOtH .-j,;,.... . S&gn
zv litiflpr- advisement' -witliTilsrt
friendh at Akron and elsewhere, and
received such substantial encour
agement that he concluded to allow
his name to be presented to the con
vention. To a Democrat reporter this
morning he said that if it is the wish
of the Democrats of Summit county
that he 6hould have the honor of a
nomination for Supreme Judge, it is
for them to so express their wish at
the county convention to be held in
the near future. He will cheerfully
abide by the decision of his friends
and neighbors at home, whatever
that decision may be.
Judge Grant is respected by all
who know him as a man of the high
est personal character. His good
repute and practice as a lawyer is not
limited to Ohio. As a citizen he has
a remarkably clear conception of
what is right and what is wrong in
all matters, of public policy, and the
fearless manner in which he has
public expressed his earnest convic
tions touching the great-issues before
the people in 18!X", issues that are
before them for settlement now, lias
, If your blood Is Impure then you
nwi1tiil lanenid: tout aoDetlM
I li poor and your digestion is -weak.
XOU Cannot Bleep ncu auu ujajuu.u-
in. finri. ttm tmtireTiared for the
TOtk of the lay. Yonr cheeks are
pale and yonr complexion is sallow.
Von are troubled withpimples, boils, I
18 or some eruption of the skin, why
M not purify your blood? I
m of ii
will do it. Take it a few days. Ton
iii mm, wl totter In ererv wav.for
I yonr blood will be pure, your appetite
good, and your nerves strong. JUKI.
1 T.vm smhlllnrm. tAlceAver'sFIlls,
I They creatly aid the Sarsaparilla.
They cure constipation, also. Frice,
4U A UVJk. ' "A o w "J TO .
Write the doctor freely all thejarU
nlirt tn our case. Yon lrtll recelTe a i
I ptompt reply, wlibontco Addre..,
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Fair tonight and Sunday.
won for him more than local appro
bation and distiction.
It is with pleasure that Judge
Grant's friends will commend his
candidacv to the consideration of
Summit county's Democracy
pub-(Urged by Friends to Seek Attorney
Generalship Nomination His
A local paper announced last Wed
nesdav that Mayor "W. E. Young
would be a candidate for the Demo
cratic nomination for Attorney Gen
eral. To a Democrat reporter this
morning the Mayor said that he had
never given the matter a thought,
until the article appeared and
yHmts'in the entire .article thejmi.
ly correct statement was that' lie had
been to Cincinnati. The Mayor said
that he was there to take a deposi
tion in a case pending in Common
Pleas court; not on political busi
ness; that he had seen none of the
political leaders of Hamilton county,
and in fact is not personally ac
quainted with them.
"Since the article appeared, how
ever," continued the Mayor, "a great
many of my friends here in Akron
have offered me their support and
urged upon me to become a candi
date for the plare. I have also re
ceived letters from friends in differ
ent parts of the State offering me
their support. While I appreciate
their good will in this matter, and
certainly would not refuse the honor
of a place on the ticket, I feel that I
could not afford to spend the time or
money necessary to make a winning
campaign for the place."
on Glass and Cut
Her Left Leg.
Blood Poisoning Has Developed--Injuries
Readers will reoall that in last
Monday's issue of the Democrat
mention was made of Mrs. H. A.
Barton, of 201 East Quarry st., meet
ing with an accident atSummitLake
Park by falling on some broken glass.
The accident may result very ser
iously, as it is now believed blood
poisoning is developing.
The woman's left leg from below
the knee was badly cut, necessitat
ing many stitches to close up the
wounds. Now the injured member
is badlv swollen, and require the
daily attention of a physician.
It is feared amputation may be
Jobeph Dangel, superintendent of
the American Hard Rubber com
pany, is cruising on Lake Michigan.
Mrs. Christian Dunn of 140Bartges
st., "who hafr been ill for some time 16
Grounds For Divorce.
Wife a Lunatic for Thirty
Husband Alleges Gross
Neglect of Duty.
Action Filed to Collect On a
Defendant Filed His Affidavit Court
A wife, for 31 years a hopeless luna
tic, is the defendant in a divorce case
heard by Judge Kohler Saturday
The plaintiff, Anthony Rhodes,
beeks the divorce on the ground of
gross neglect of duty. They were
married in 186:!, over 37 years ago.
His wife. Catherine, six years later,
became a raving maniac. For years
she has been an inmate of the County
Infirmary. The plaintiff bases his
allegations of gross neglect on thiin
fact. He says he has been under all
the restrictions and obligations of a
married man, and practically with
out a wife.
The question raibed is one of the
most perplexing and peculiar ever
raised in this county. It is for the
court to decide whether ueglect to
perform household duties, because of .
insanity, can be held to constitute
gross neglect of duty. A decision
will be delivered next week.
Gift -to Buehtel. v. .-',.. ..
A motion, in the case of Buehtel
college vs. Lewis Miller, was heard
Saturday morning in Common Pleas
court. This action recalls the gener
osity of John R. Buehtel. The col
lege sues to collect $38,000 alleged to
be due from the Miller estate. It is
alleged that 15 years ago, Mr. Bueh
tel sold certain shares of Aultman,
Miller & Co. stock to Mr. Miller.
The notes given in payment were, at
the request of the first named made
payable to Buehtel college. These
have never been taken up. The col
lege holds as collateral, the stock
which was transfered by Mr. Bueh
tel to Mr. Miller. It now asks for an
order to sell the stock and apply the
proceeds to the payment of the notes.
Husband's Affidavit. ,
The divorce case of Minuie AVhite
vs. James D. White was heard by
Judge Kohler Saturday. She alleged
that her husband abandoned her
three years ago and that he had
beaten and abused her. During the
time he lived with Mrs. White he
failed to support her. The defendant,
who is now in Pennsylvania, for
warded an affidavit by which he at
tempted to show that she did not
possess a good character.
Motion For Removal.
Cyrus Bowers, an heir, and W. J.
Hosrue. a creditor, of the estate of
Jacob Bowers, have filed a motion
asking for the removal of H. E.
Looinis, the administrator. They
allege that lie has showed gross neg
lect in the management of the estate
and claim that he is incompetont to
carry on the trust. They say lie has
failed to account for $2,000 which was
placed in his hands to pay debts.
Michael Stein vs. Philip Stein,
money ($450). f
Julius Lambert vs. Allen-Clark
Drug Co., money on account (120.92).
The trustees of the Grace M. E.
church ask authority to sell real
Estate Emmett Riley$l,195.
Estate G. W. Harrison $6,324.57.
Estate Konrad Uhl $767.28.
On the motion of the assignor a re-
appraisement of the estate of H. S.
Falor has been ordered.
The bank clearances for the last
week were as follows : Akron, $409,
000; Canton, $296,300; Springfield
$254,257; Youngstown, $332,908.
AKRON, OHIO, SATURDAY
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ft Square Pianos
ffi Second-hand Upright -$
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ft coming: from Chica- &
g go about Tuesday,
Plant For Its Manufac
ture at Barberton.
Lake Anna Will be Drawn OffWant
Barberton men are figuring on the
erection of a factory on the Baugh
man farm, south of the Afagic City,
for the manufacture of soda ash.
W. A. Johnston, 'manager of the
Barberton Land company, is in Pitts
burg on business connected with this
Soda ash is particularly valuable
when used in conjunction with other
It is said that the water will be
drawn off Lake Anna to ascertain
how many springs theie are in the
lakeland wITat. jjuanSty fofStfresk
spring water can be obtained for u-e
in the manufacture of soda ash.
For the Elk's Street Fair to Be Con
sidered. The Elks Friday night talked mat
ters over relative to a place for hold
ing their street fair.
Having obtained consent to hav
Perkins Park it may yet be used, but
the Elks hardly think the space is
Other places considered are Grace
Park, .the property on the north side
of East Market st. near Kirkwood
st. and the lot in the rear of the City
The midway attractions will be the
principal features of the fair.
Splendid Premium Paid By a Cincin
Feder, Holzman & Company of
Cincinnati, purchased refunding
bonds aggregating $13,000 of the city
Saturday morning. A premium of
$650 was paid for the issue. The
bonds were offered at public auction.
This is a a splendid premium and
a compliment to the city's credit.
Mr. Alfred Holzman, who made the
bid said Akron bonds were eagerly
sought after by buyers.
The other bidders and the amounts
offered were: Seasongood & Mayer,
Cincinnati, $13,612; LamprechtBrosV,
Cleveland, $13,603.50; Hays t Son,
Cleveland, $13,64!); Dennison, Prior
fcCo., Cleveland, $l3,440;-'Mayer &
Keyser, Indianapolis, $13,565.50, F;
E. Smith, Akron, $13,640.
Ernie A. Miller, Barberton . . .22
Nora Kemmerer, Barberton 19
Books now open for collection of
taxes. Please come early.
ij. C. Miles, Treasurer.
A special from Washington says
that Col. Charles JJick has an
nounced that he will take charge of
the campaign for Judge George K
Mr-.aud Mrs. Samuel Richards of
Benton, Holmes county, visited rel
atives hero Thursday "aud Friday.
.Merryll Greenwood has Returned
from Culver Military academy to
spend the summer vacation at home.
EVENING, JUNE 10, 1899.
Awarded to Will S. Voris He's a
Captain Will S. Voris. a -on of
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Voris. has re
turned from Culver Military academy
the happy possess ur of the highest
honor of the school.
He was awarded a beautiful gold
medal for being the model cadet of
the institution. In 1S9S he was
awarded a medal for being the best
drilled of any of the young men. He
i IS years of age. His promotion
from the ranks has been steady.
Gen. A. C. Voris is proud of the
achievements of hi grandson.sagely
remarking. '-Blood tells
speaking of. the young man.
To Take Action on Annexation Before
The annexation meeting at the
Court House, Friday, was not favor
able to thosp i ho favor tin- move.
The ''antis" were out in force and
their arguments weiv evidence of the
fact that a vigorous fight is ahead.
No action can he taken on the
matter before next September by the
County Commissioners. It is neces
sary that an annexation petition be
presented to the Board at a regular
The next regular meeting will not
be held until September. It is then
the duty of the Commissioners to
waitJIO.days, atter giving notice to
the residents in the territory it is
which proposed to annex, before any
action is taken.
' Memorial Services.
Special exercises in honor of the
memory of the late Lewis Miller will
be given by the Chautauqua assooia
tioaatiits twenty-fifth anniversary
Aug. l'and 2.
ThWnext annual convention of the
Suudayschool association will beheld
in tlibTcity in June 180U.
Captain Dyson Asked to Prepare For
"To the Sporting Editor:
"The newspaper men are ready to
meet the bankers on the Buehtel
college grounds next Wednesday
afternoon at 3:30o'clock to play their
annual game of base ball.
The reporters ask the bankers to
acquaint themselves with the rules,
so there will be no kicking when the
umpire gives his decision. It is the
wish of the reporters to have Mike
Hoye umpire the game. Should he
refuse our next choice is "Jim'' Mc
Gowan. Kindly answer.
Hakkis Mrs. Florence B. Harris
of Monroe Falls, aged 30 years, 9
months and 3 days, died Thursday,
June 8, of peritonitis. She had been
ill only four days. Interment in
Cuyahoga Falls. Funeral Saturday
at 1 :30 o'clock at residence.
Story That the Plant Is to Be Aban
A Chicago special bays: "Direc
tors of the Diamond Match Co. are
figuring' on leasing the water" power
capable-of development in the drain
age channel at laickport and Joliet.
If satisfactory terms call be made
with the sanitary iioard the com
pany will ereet immense water pow
er plants at bothof these points and
apply the forco-thus acquired in the
manufacture of its entire output jf
matches. The plan contemplates
the removal of the company's numer
ous plants now located in various
parte of the country to the Chicago
drainage canal, wliero new works, it
is said, will be erected at a cost of
None of the oftioiaU of the com
pany arc in Akron at present and the
above story lacks confirmation.
Drug Store Sold.
J. P. McCann has sold his interest
in the drug store at 400E. Exchange
st. to W. T. Vuusrhiin. Tin store.
will be closed forinvok'c.afterwhu-lr
the stock will be largely increased.
Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Swartzenhouser
left Friday evening for Great Falls,
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Formula-J 1 2
About two-thirds of the street rail
way lines of Cleveland are tied up
on account" of the company's refusal
to recognize the union.
The A. B. C. cars run to Miles ave.
LIQUOR CASE Martin Ander
son, bartender at W. F. Frase's sa
loon and restaurant, 103 East Market
St., was this forenoon arraigned in
Justice Hoffman's court on a charge
of selling liquor on Sunday, May 28.
Complaining witness, Samual Man
tel. Time not set forbearing.
BARBER SHOP SOLD "Pete"
Miller and Frank O'Brien havo pur
chased the barber shop in the Cen
tral office building. They will take
August Blessman and family are
visiting in Toledo.
COLONEL PICQUART RELEASED.
lie Was Aiciiseilof Fabricating Kiidence
-Paiiis, June -10. lieutenant Colonel
Picqu.irt has Ijcen provisionally re
leased from custody.
LiemeujufColonelPicmiart was iru
prisonutl in July last, charged with
eonimnmeatiiiK confidential document
and ho h.is since been accused of fabri
eating a do -111110111 intended to compro
mise Major Count Estcrhazy.
. , - llvtlt Killed I'hiii.
Philadelphia, June 0. There were
lour deulhs and an unusually large
number ot postrations direstly due te
FOR 10 CENTS
In liiuip- or coin, up will --ciiil ou li KCLli
PRICr BOX mot n sample) of nnyonoof
I ho now Bar-Doll Voriniilno mlvertiol lioro.
irolilol sou write uh tiofore Juno IS in
closing 10c iiiul the aI. of the particular for
mula miu desire. W'c are making this offer
solely to tost the pulling powers of The
Akron Dallv Democrat, anil at the same
time to quickly introduce our new-cures.
Positlvolv hot more than one remedy will
bo sent to anv one. norwillany money ba
accepted Mint Is mailed later than midnight
of June 17. write at once, as this offer can
not appear ngain. Address Drs. Barton and
Benson.:!! U-ir-!loii Block. Cleveland. O.
Formula T Monthly Iteinilntor "K-
I-'orniula s Tor Painful Terlixls SUM
Formula V l'or T.oucorrhin U
Formula ST l-'or diseased Prostate $UO
Formula 1) For Coughs mid Colds :5c
Formula I For Scir.tli-a "A-
Formula O For Heart Troubles l.i
Formula G G For Private Diseases $1.IK)
Formula If P system Tonic $1.00
Formula 1)V Blood Purliier ate
Formula Q Bladder Disease . $1.J
Formula It Piles ")"c
Of the Wage Question is
Meeting Tonight at Randolph Park
Offer Made to Men.
This evening, according to the ex
pectation of the company and em
ployes, the wage question between
the A. & C. F. R. T. Co. and the
motonnen and conductors will be
The company has given the matter
into the hands of the executive com
mittee and the arbitrator, Lorenzo
Orr, of Detroit, Mich., secretary of
the National Street Railway Em
ployes' association, and will abide by
the decision of the conference. The
members of the executive committee
are Frank E. Welton and John B.
Fitzgerald. The conference will be
held at Randolph park.
The employes tire now getting 14
centfr an hour. Abont a week ago
the company offered to advanc the
pay to 16 conts. This was rejected
by the men. This evening, however,
it is thought the company's offer
willbe accepted. ,
I'hllSchlingmon is again at his old
Stand, 222 E. Market St., with a fluo
line of meats, fish, oysters, game and
I wish to announce
(IV1"V OLD STAND)
Where will be kept nt all times the very best or IVI EATS, P"ISM,
OYSTERS, GAME en-id POULTRY.
I respectfully solicit your patronage
Tel. 629. PHIL. SCHLINGMAN
PRICE ONE CENT
"CHANGE IN SCHEDULE The
summer schedule on the Erie road
will go into effect Sun'day, June 18-
The 8:05 a.m. train leaving here for
Pittsburg will thereafter leave at
7:45. Returning, it- will leave Pitts
burg at 7:15 p.m.. instead of at 7.
This is the only change of importance
G. A. R. ENTERTAINMENT
Mrs. George -W. Weiner and Miss
Cosgrove of Cincinnati and Miss
Mary Fentou of Mogadore, partici
pated in the entertainment at G. A.
R. hall, Friday evening.
ANNUAL PICNIC The -annual
picnic of the Coventry schools jj be
ing held at Lakeside park today.,
IRON WORKERS'' OUTING
An immense crowd from Youngs
town, workers in the tube and iron
plants, are picnicing at Randolph
LAWN PARTY The ladies of
the West Congregational church
gave an enjoyable lawn narty at the
residence of J. B. Wright. Friday
John Akins Did Not Want to Go to
John Akins, adjudged insane Fri
day, was removed to the Newburg
asylum last night. He showed a dis
position to resist Sheriff Kelly and
Deputy Stone and it was only after a
hard struggle that he was removed
from the train.
that I have opened the
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